Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls also known as Mosi oa Thunya (meaning “The Smoke that Thunders”) is one of beautiful, exciting day trip destinations offered by Migratory Safaris. Just under 82 kilometers from Kasane, Botswana, you can enjoy the splendor of this natural wonder and other thrilling activities available in the vicinity of the falls in Zimbabwe. It is the largest waterfall in the world, twice as long as the Niagra falls. Named after Queen Victoria by explorer David Livingstone, the falls are located smack in between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Its hammering waters create a mist that can be seen for miles hence the name Mosi-oa-Thunya.

Benefit the most out of our specials:

Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Moremi Game Reserve, Nxai/Makgadikgadi Pans, Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park & Chobe River and Victoria Falls


The swampy. The Delta is a very large, inland swamp in the central part of the basin of the Kalahari. All the water reaching the delta is ultimately evaporated and transpired, and does not flow into any sea or ocean. The Delta was named one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa on February 11. It’s popular for its extensive grassy plains, which flood seasonally, becoming a flourishing animal habitat. It is home to some of the most endangered species of wildlife, such as the cheetah, white rhinoceros, and black rhinoceros. We offer with a scenic flight or mokoro ride.


The wildly diverse. Proclaimed as a reserve in 1961 the Chobe National Park now is home to the largest concentration of elephants on the planet. As of 2012 more than 165 000 elephants are alleged to live in the northern regions of Botswana.

Chobe River is the central point for wildlife in the northern part of the Chobe National Park. A great many safari companies are based in the small town of Kasane which is the northern gateway of the Chobe. Many people visit the Chobe National Park from neighboring Zimbabwe, Namibia and Zambia as well as international tourists.


The eminent. The Central Kalahari Game Reserve covers a large section of central Botswana. t’s also commonly known, is the ultimate in ‘remote’ safari destinations. s the second largest game reserve in the world,It covers over 50,000km², Its harsh, sprawling terrain is dominated by grasslands, home to wildlife such as giraffes, cheetahs, hyenas and wild dogs. There are several fossilized river valleys, including Deception Valley and Passarge Valley, which offer basic campsites. Dirt tracks wind south through the reserve’s remote landscapes to the Piper’s Pan area.

There are only two private, permanent camps inside the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, though mobile safaris are also a fantastic way to explore the reserve. Typically a 3 night stay at either of the permanent camps is perfect. Longer stays are definitely recommended when on a mobile safari as this will give you time to explore the vast area further afield.


The lush. It lies on the eastern side of the Okavango Delta and was named after Chief Moremi of the BaTawana tribe. Hough not one of the largest parks, presents insights and views even for the most experienced of travelers. It is home to nearly 500 species of bird (from water birds to forest dwellers), and a vast array of other species of wildlife including Cape buffalo, Angolan giraffe, black rhinoceros, lion, elephant, hippopotamus, zebra, cheetah, hyena, jackal, impala, and red lechwe. Cape wild dogs inhabit this reserve and have been the subject of a project run in the area since 1989; thus this species is often seen wearing collars emplaced by researchers.


The salty. A salt pan situated in the middle of the dry savanna of north-eastern Botswana, is one of the largest salt flats in the world. The pan is all that remains of the formerly enormous Lake Makgadikgadi, which once covered an area larger than Switzerland, but dried up several thousand years ago. The name Makgadikgadi is derived from the same root as the name for the desert Kalahari, meaning a dry thirsty place in the languages of the San people. Lying southeast of the Okavango Delta and surrounded by the Kalahari Desert, Makgadikgadi is technically not a single pan, but many pans with sandy desert in between, the largest being the Sua (Sowa), Nwetwe and Nxai Pans. The lowest place in the basin is Sua Pan with an elevation of 2,920 feet.

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