This slow relaxed game drive offers guests the opportunity to track down and spend more time watching each of the animals as they meander through their day. A fantastic bush breakfast on the banks of the river and then National parks supervised trip to the Rhino form part of this excellent Livingstone safari game drive. What a relaxed way to spend the morning! At Bongwe we do not subscribe to the “tick all the boxes” speed-safari like some of our competitors do. The bush and its wildlife are not there to cater to our needs and, sometimes, they just do not want to be found. Fair enough. It is therefore a pointless exercise in trying to find everything in a few short hours. Instead, we like to take our time, spend more hours in the bush and enjoy the sightings we do come across. Invariably, we end up seeing more and spending more time taking in the experience by doing it this way. A Bongwe Safari is not just a safari, it is an experience to remember.
- You will be picked up and dropped off at your Livingstone accommodation. Please see pick up times. Transfers between the starting point and your accommodation vary between 10 and 20 minutes depending on where you are located within Livingstone.
- Maximum group size is 10 people. Please contact us if you have a larger group.
- Approximately 6 hours
- Elephant, hippo, crocodile, buffalo, giraffe, zebra, warthog, impala, puku, kudu, fish eagle, vultures, kingfishers plus hundreds of other bird species.
- Game drive, Rhino encounter, experienced and qualified guide, water on game drive, bush breakfast, tea/coffee.
- Park entry fees ($10 International, $5 SADC, $2.50 Zambian Residents) payable on the day of the safari.
- Whilst Bongwe have public liability and emergency medical cover, all clients should have their own medical cover should anything, in the unlikely event, go wrong.
- Minimum 5 years old.
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