Chobe National Park, in the northeast of Botswana, is the country’s second largest national park and is blessed with one of the highest concentrations of wildlife in Africa. With an elephant population numbering close to 30 000, nowhere else in Africa has more of the iconic animal and you are all but guaranteed some amazing elephant sightings. Chobe is also the scene of the annual zebra migration - a truly moving spectacle to witness - which brings the whole park to life. Nearby to both the Okavango Delta and Victoria Falls, a visit to Chobe National Park works well when combined with the two and is sure to provide a truly memorable safari experience.
John’s Camp is a semi-permanent tented camp set right on the banks of the Zambezi River in the Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe. This remote and secluded camp is perfect to experience an authentic private safari surrounded by raw nature in this World Heritage Site, and in the care of Zimbabwe’s best local guides. Enjoy game drives, guided walking safaris, catch & release fishing expeditions and visits to a local village.
The landlocked Southern African country of Zimbabwe has been in the news for all the wrong reasons of late but, while we do not condone the current political climate, the fact remains that it is a perfectly safe and viable option for tourists, with a wide range of natural attractions. From the thundering smoke of the majestic Victoria Falls – a wonder of the natural world - and the game rich plains of the Hwange and Mana Pools National Parks to sunset houseboat cruises on Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe offers great value and a friendly, welcoming smile.