An elephant back safari from Livingstone is not just a ride on the largest animal in Africa, it's an unforgettable experience where clients get to interact with the elephants as well as enjoy a ride through wilderness areas and beautiful riverine scenery.
Guests are transferred from Livingstone hotel jetty to the island by a speedboat tracing the route in a dugout canoe (aka mokolo) to the Devils pool, a natural plunge pool on the brink of the Falls.
Namibia is incomplete without making the long trek into Sossusvlei, climbing Big Daddy and sitting atop the world's tallest dune looking out over a sea of equally big dunes disappearing into the western horizon.
The guests will then be walked to an isolated area in the bush where they will be introduced to the lion cubs and their handlers. On meeting the lion cubs, the Encounter begins. Each lion is under the charge of a handler a safari experience of a lifetime.
The impressive Fish River Canyon, situated in the south of Namibia, is the second largest canyon in the world, and the largest in Africa. The Fish River, the longest interior river in Namibia, cuts deep into the dry and stony plateau, which is covered with sparse, highly specialised drought-resistant plants.
A scenic drive that combines beautiful landscapes, magical colours and the unbelievable life of animals and the Topnaar people and their survival in the desert. wildlife (such as the small five: lizard, geckos, scorpions, snakes and spiders) and the Topnaar tribe. “Devils Dip and Table Top” a great dune that offers a spectacular view of the sea.
You don’t have to be a certified diver to enjoy this incredible experience. In fact, you don’t even need to cage dive if you don’t want to. You can view the sharks from the comfort of our boat deck and photograph them as they glide gracefully just below the surface or when they leap up out of the water and breach.
Table Mountain, which has become the symbol of Cape Town, and other places of interest such as: Cape Town Stadium, Green Market Square, House of Parliament, Cape Town City Hall, St Georges Cathedral, The Castle, Slave Lodge and the stunning colourful “Bo Kaap” district!
Victoria Falls Bridge, in front of the majestic Victoria Falls, the 111m free fall from Victoria Falls Bridge has become one of the most trilling activities in Victoria Falls and the world around. Challenge the limits of the mind and test the edge of fear by leaping off the impressive bridge, with the Falls behind and the mighty Zambezi below.
a huge collection of wildlife regions and game parks - both public and private - encompassing every possible landscape from deserts to forests, mountains to coast, teeming with wildlife species - including Africa’s Big 5: Leopard, Lion, Buffalo, Elephant and Rhinoceros. (See African Wildlife and Birdlife).
The river itself divides Namibia’s Caprivi Strip from Botswana’s Chobe National Park and wildlife spotting opportunities abound here. The boat departs from Walvis Bay harbor and cruises past. The cruise returns via Bird Island to the harbour. A variety of birds such as pelicans, flamingos, cormorant and many more can be seen.
Southern Africa is known the world around for its abundance of wildlife, not least of all its many birds. The sheer variety of birdlife in Namibia, Botswana, South Africa is impressive; made up of typical African birds, migrants, and Endemic Birds. Enjoy the antics of feeding the seals and pelicans on board. You will more than likely catch a glimpse of playful dolphins and with a possibility of a whale.