Hwange National Park Day Trip

Hwange National Park Day Trip

$259 (Per Adult)

$150 (Per Child)

$259 (Per Adult) / Day

$150 (Per Child) / Day

(Includes)

  • Meals
  • Transport
  • Sightseeing

Duration1 day(s)

LocationZimbabwe

Start PointVictoria Falls

End PointVictoria Falls

AvailabilityJul 16 , 2018 to Dec 30 , 2050

Summary

Departure from Victoria Falls Daily to Hwange National Park Hwange National Park is Zimbabwe’s largest and most historic game reserve. Just two hours drive from Victoria Falls, this park (about the size of Belgium) is home to more than 100 species of mammals and some 400 different types of birds, making it one of the most diverse game parks in the world. Packs of painted wild hunting dogs, buffalo, lions and leopards call Hwange home, as well as one of the largest elephant herds on earth.

Activities

  • Bird Photography
  • General Photography
  • Landscape photography
  • Scenic Drive
  • Wilderness Trail
  • Wildlife Photography
  • Game drive
  • Bird Watching
  • Culture
  • Photo-safari

Places

  • Victoria Falls
  • Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Physical Condition

  • Normal Physical Condition

Connectivity

  • WiFi and phone coverage at most lodges

Day-by-day Description

Day 1Activity Day

Activities Included

Animal Tracking Bird Photography Morning Drives Wildlife Photography Game drive Bird Watching Photo-safari

06h30 Transfer from Hotel to the Hwange National Park main camp 08h30 Check in and administration at the gate 09h00 We embark on the open air 4x4 vehicles (Closed vehicle by request) 12h00 Picnic lunch (starch, protein, vegetable and beverages cold or hot) 13h00 Game Drive to finish 17h00 Transfer back to Victoria Falls 1 hour 40 minutes oneway transfer

Other Benefits (On Arrival)

  • Transfer

Location

Hwange

Travel Time: 12 hrs

Offical Visa Regulations and Health Requirements

For personalized details on health and visa requirements please check the IATA travel centre here

https://www.iatatravelcentre.com

https://www.iatatravelcentre.com Zimbabwe Visa Requirements If you are staying for less than six months, you can enter Zimbabwe with a minimum of formalities. A Visa to enter Zimbabwe is required by several nationalities; please read the full details listed below. NEW UNI-VISA Zimbabwe Zambia There are 3 categories: Category A: Countries whose nationals do NOT require a Visa. No action required, you will be granted easy entry at any border post on production of a valid passport. Category B: Countries whose nationals are granted a Zimbabwe visa at port of entry on payment of requisite visa fees. These visas are easiest obtained on your arrival at the Airport or border post. If you get them done via an agency in your home country they will often cost you quite a bit more and be a lot more hassle. Category C: Countries whose nationals are required to apply for and obtain a Zimbabwe visa prior to travelling. You can apply through a Zimbabwe High Commission in your home or neighboring country. Find out the Category of your country in the tables below. All Categories need:- Passport valid for a least 6 months from your date of entry. Return ticket to your country (or enough money to buy one) Sufficient funds to cover your stay in Zimbabwe. Enough blank pages in your passport to fit the required entry visa. A UniVisa is now available for most Category B countries. This means you can travel as frequently as you like between the two countries for a standard fee of $50. This will save considerable time, money and space in your passport. If you are not visiting both countries then cheaper to just get the single entry visa. You have the choice. NB – Multiple Entry Visas – cannot be obtained at the port of entry into Zimbabwe. You may enter Zimbabwe on a single entry visa and then obtain a Multiple Entry Visa from the town office – but this may take up to 7 working days to be issued. Alternatively a multiple entry visa can be obtained from the Zimbabwe Embassy in your country prior to departure for Zimbabwe. Children – As of June 2012 – Zimbabwe will now be charging FULL VISA fees for any individual who is required to have a VISA despite their age. This includes infants and children who were previously being exempted from this. This has been imposed with immediate effect. CATEGORY A: Countries whose nationals do NOT require a Zimbabwe Visa. 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This can be obtained from the Zimbabwe Embassy in London or on arrival in Zimbabwe. To be honest it is easier and in most cases cheaper just to get one at the port of entry. The current charge for a single entry Zimbabwe visa issued on arrival is US$ 55 and US$ 70 for a Double Entry Zimbabwe visa, although this could change at any stage. If you have not obtained a Zimbabwe visa before travelling, you should bring enough cash with you to pay for your visa on arrival – (no credit/debit cards or cheques). Visitors are currently being given entry permission for anything up to 90 days but you are strongly advised to check that the number of days given at the port of entry covers your intended period of stay, although you can apply to have this period renewed and extended if required. USA Passport Holders You need a Zimbabwe visa to visit Zimbabwe; this can be obtained from the Zimbabwe Embassy in the United States or on arrival in Zimbabwe. To be honest it is easier and in most cases cheaper just to get one at the port of entry. The current charge for a single entry Zimbabwe visa issued on arrival is US$ 30 and US$ 45 for a Double Entry Zimbabwe visa, although this could change at any stage. If you have not obtained a Zimbabwe visa before travelling, you should bring enough cash with you to pay for your visa on arrival – (no credit/debit cards or cheques).

Strict Cancelation Policy 50% - 50%

50% is due and non-refundable upon booking. A full 100% of the total cost is due 90 days before start of the booking.

The amount is paid to Safarisource and, minus commission and transaction fees is transferred to the tour operator within a few days.

If the traveler selects wire transfer, the full amount is paid to Safarisource at point of booking and the payment is released to the tour operator according to the 50% immediately, 100% within 90% logic.

If PayPal or Credit Card is selected the full amount is collected automatically and then transferred to the tour operator according to the 50% -100% logic.

In near future for your comfort we will collect with split payments and then if a trip is booked more than 90 days before start of trip only 50% is due immediately and the full 100% collected automatically 90 days before start of tour.

All refunds due to cancelation by tourist are minus the Safarisource commission (9%) and minus the banking and transaction costs charged by the banks to refund (roughly 3% but may be higher).

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