Zambezi Park AM/PM Game Drive

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Zambezi Park Game Drive – AM/PM

Highlights & General Information:

Morning or Afternoon Game Drive

Exploring the vast genuine wilderness of the Zambezi National Park, these drives set off either in the early morning or mid-afternoon. Using an open four-wheel drive vehicle, the game drive allows the guests to discover many interpretations of the bush and all its inhabitants, related to them by our suitable trained and qualified guides. This is an contrived bush experience, covering a genuinely wild, unfenced wilderness area. *Please note that the Zambezi National Park is only a five-minute drive from Victoria Falls town, so there are no lengthy transfers involved.

Morning Game drive A light breakfast (Cereals bars, yoghurt fruits, cookies, biscuits, tea and coffee) will be served.

Afternoon game drive  Beers, soft drinks, mineral water and snacks will be served

08h30 – 16h30 Daily
Departures: Daily, year round

Minimum / Maximum participants

Minimum: 1

Maximum: 2

Private Safari Min charge/ pax number: 6

Times: Morning Game Drive – Pick up between 06:00 and 06:30  Afternoon Game Drive – Pick up between 14:50 and 15:00

Duration: 3 Hours

Age Restrictions:

Minimum age: Children aged 2 and older can participate if accompanied by a parent. Management retains the right to refuse a child, whom they feel is unsuitable for the activity, for any reason.

Maximum age: There is no maximum age limit.

Language: English

Transfers: Included

Inclusions: Scheduled transfers from / to Vic Falls Town / Hotels

Excluded: Excludes Park Entry Fee which is currently US$15.00


Wild Horizons Tel: +263(13) 44571/ 44426 Cell +263 712 213 721   Email: Web:

What to Bring
Clients are advised to bring the following with:

Comfortable attire that provides sun protection

  • Sunscreen
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Hiking/running shoes
  • Hair ties (for longer hair – if needed)
  • Warm clothing in winter (April to August)

November to April are the summer months (which is also the rainy season), while winter is from May to August (which usually brings dry weather). September and October are very hot and very dry. The winter months from May to August inclusive, can bring freezing temperatures (below 0°C sometimes) in the early morning and evenings.
Respecting Wildlife & Safety

Wild Horizons Tel: +263(13) 44571/ 44426 Cell +263 712 213 721   Email: Web:

• Guests must please adhere to the guides safety briefings.

• Guests must never walk on their own without a guide.

• Guests must observe animals silently and with as little noise and movement as possible to their natural activities.  • Guests must not imitate animal sounds, clap hands, pound the vehicle or throw objects.

• Guests must not litter.

• Guests may never feed or approach any wild animal on foot. This is particularly important near campsites where animals may have become familiar to human visitors.

Medical Conditions
Guests must ensure that Wild Horizons is aware of any medical condition they may have before their arrival. This includes any allergies e.g. bee stings, nuts, shell fish etc. If a guest is at risk of anaphylactic shock, they must please ensure that they carry an EpiPen with them.

It is very important that guests drink plenty of water especially during the warmer months. It is generally recommended that guests drink at least 2 to 3 litres of water per day to limit the effects of dehydration. This excludes tea, coffee and alcoholic beverages, which act as diuretics and can therefore, actually contribute to dehydration.
Generally, water throughout southern Africa is safe to drink directly from the tap. However, bottled or filtered water is readily available.

Tipping is not compulsory. If, however, guests would like to leave a token of their thanks, the following are guidelines:

Guide: US$10 per guest per day.

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