6 Day Hwange & Livingstone

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The Makalolo and Linkwasha Concessions in Hwange National Park hold by far the highest densities of large mammals in Hwange as a result of the woodlands being interspersed with productive grassy plains, vleis and fossil river valleys. Shallow depressions hold rainwater into the dry season, attracting larger concentrations of wildlife, while the summer rains transform the plains into one of southern Africa’s most productive summer game viewing areas. 

At 1 708 metres wide, the Victoria Falls is the most expansive curtain of water in the world and drops more than 100 metres into the sheer Zambezi Gorge. Victoria Falls is also home to Wilderness Touring, our touring and transfer business that enhances any visit to the area whether sightseeing, shopping or enjoying cultural activities. 


  • Our concessions in the south-eastern corner of Hwange National Park Park offer some of the best year round wildlife viewing
  • Hwange National Park is home to 100 species of mammals, including one of the largest elephant populations in Africa, and 400 bird species
  • In winter, the Hwange National Park waterholes are magnets for huge herds of plains game, elephant and buffalo
  • Toka Leya is situated just 12 kilometres from the world-renowned Victoria Falls
  • Livingstone offers many activities including safaris, fishing on the Zambezi and adrenalin-pumping adventures

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    Mar 26, 2018

    The cubs of the Kubu Pride are doing really well and were spotted on numerous occasions with guests regularly returning to Vumbura Plains with wide smiles after observing them crossing the water along Channel Road…

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    Mar 23, 2018

    Undeterred by late-season rains, Savuti’s enthusiastic guides tracked the Channel Pride with determination, resulting in a discovery of new nomadic male lions in the area…

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    Feb 17, 2018

    The LTC Pride spent time to the east of Kings Pool this month, and was seen chasing a resident male leopard, treeing him for a while at the staff soccer pitch…

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