10 Days Best of Zimbabwe Tour

Zimbabwe at its finest. Nothing else but 10 Days of the very Best of Zimbabwe Tour

Overview

 

Enjoy the best of Zimbabwe in our Best Seller 10 Day Overland Camping Safari. From Sunshine City of Harare and The Eastern Highlands which is arguably the most beautiful part of Zimbabwe. Eastern Highlands boasts of the highest Mountain in the country the famous Mystique Mount Nyanga.

The 2 UNESCO World Heritage Sites namely Great Zimbabwe and Matobo Hills are a must see for anyone touring the country. The mysterious Stone Kingdom where the country’s name emanates is quite breathtaking while Matobo Hills is home to the World’s View where Cecil John Rhodes’ grave is.

Hwange National Park is the largest Natural Game Reserve in Zimbabwe where the Big 5 is guaranteed with ample time. The Majestic Victoria Falls and its wide variety of activities on offer becomes the epitome of the Tour.
At least once in a lifetime one must take an overland safari!!!!!

 

 

 

AccommodationDestinationNightsBasisRoom Type
Victoria Falls Rest CampVictoria Falls, Zimbabwe2D, B&B
Hwange Camp ChaletsHwange National Park2FB
Big Cave CampsiteMatobo National Park2FB
Kyle Recreational ParkGreat Zimbabwe Ruins1FB
Musangano LodgeEastern Highlands1D, B&B
Bronte Garden HotelHarare1D, B&B

 

Key
B&B: Bed and breakfast
D, B&B: Dinner, bed and breakfast
FB: Dinner, bed, breakfast and lunch

 

For a Detailed itinerary Overland Itinerary 

 

For Set Departure Dates Set Departure dates

Day 1:           Victoria Falls Rest Camp, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

 

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Resting on the southern banks of the Zambezi River at the western end of the eponymous falls, this popular tourist town is compact enough to walk around and makes an ideal base for travellers exploring the seventh wonder of the world, the unfathomably vast Victoria Falls. About two thirds of the falls can be viewed from the Zimbabwean side and, while the falls are undoubtedly the star attraction, the area provides both adventure seekers and sightseers with plenty of opportunities to warrant a longer stay. Popular activities include scenic flights over the falls in helicopters or micro lights, bungee jumping off the Victoria Falls Bridge, white-water rafting (seasonal), and day trips to Chobe National Park. The town itself offers some excellent accommodation and restaurant options as well as an eclectic variety of African curios and authentic art sold by friendly Zimbabwean locals who are wonderfully welcoming and eager to help you enjoy your stay.

 

Day Itinerary

Arrival at Victoria Falls Airport.  Guests arrive in Victoria Falls in preparation for a 3pm predeparture meeting with their guide and fellow travellers. There the guide will do a briefing of the itinerary as well as provide any need to know information. This will also be an opportunity for the guests to ask any questions they may have about their upcoming safari. Dinner will be held at one of the fine restaurants in Victoria Falls

 

Travel distance: 23km

ACCOMMODATION: Camping in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Consultant Notes

Check with guide for all optional activities and any additional information the you require

Overnight: Victoria Falls Rest Camp

Victoria Falls Self Catering and Camping Accommodation at the Vic Falls Restcamp is the best budget accommodation available in the Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. The Rest Camp is situated right in the middle of Victoria Falls town in Zimbabwe making it a perfect place to be based with all amenities within walking distance. The Restcamp is only 2 km from the falls making it the closest campsite to the Victoria Falls.
The security around the camp is a top priority with high stainless steel fences and electric fences making it first-class. The rest camp boasts numerous well maintained grass areas and an abundance of different varieties of trees making the surroundings in the camp very enjoyable.  It makes this restcamp very popular for families as children have a safe and secure scenic environment to play in.

 

Activities

Zambezi Reflections

 

Zambezi Reflections

Zambezi Reflections is a dedicated floating restaurant offering gourmet meals on the mighty Zambezi River above the Victoria Falls. Similar to is sister vessel, The Zambezi Explorer, it is quickly gaining the reputation as the premier dining experience on the river and is perfect for either group bookings or individual travelers. The Dinner Cruise, which combines a Sunset Cruise with dinner, has proved to be a popular option among guests due it its great value for money.

 

Included

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

 

 

Day 2:           Victoria Falls Rest Camp, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

 

Day Itinerary

After breakfast you will be met by the guide at the Reception area.  He will give a briefing of the day’s activities and you depart to spend at least 3 hours at the Victoria Falls. Lunch is at your own expense in one of the many restaurant in town.  Afternoon is spent on the so many optional activities in Victoria Falls.  Dinner is at the famous Boma Restaurant

ACCOMMODATION: Camping in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Activities

Victoria Falls Guided Tour
Afternoon on optional activities
The Boma Restaurant

 

Victoria Falls Guided Tour

A view of the Victoria Falls is something you will never forget and the best way to see them is on a guided tour. Discover how the Falls were formed and what local customs and traditions surround them. These tours are extremely informative and end with a visit to the local art and crafts centre.

The Boma Restaurant

The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show is a “must do” Victoria Falls dining and entertainment experience, specializing in traditional African food, drumming and dancing. The food is cooked and served in the style and quantity of a lavish feast, including irresistible desserts.

On arrival, you are dressed in a chitenge (traditional sarong) and welcomed into a vibrant atmosphere in which the tantalizing aromas of local dishes and game meat on the braai (barbecue) fill the restaurant, which is partially open to the star-filled African sky.

Your meal begins with a mouth-watering platter of starters whilst the buffet includes soup from the campfire, a range of salads, game meat cooked on a braai (barbecue), followed by desserts.  Vegetarian options are also available, as well as local dishes such as peanut butter spinach
.
You can also look forward to outstanding performances by traditional singers and dancers, and enjoy an energizing interactive drumming show. A face painter, storyteller, hair braider and fortune teller also form part of this festive evening.

 

Included

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

 

 

Day 3:            Hwange Camp Chalets, Hwange National Park

 

Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is Zimbabwe’s biggest reserve, home to a profusion of wildlife, including giraffe, lion, zebra and approximately 40 000 elephants. It provides sanctuary for all the country’s endangered species, including a population of wild dogs thought to be among the most sizeable surviving groups on the continent. Terrain ranges from desert dunes and savannah lands to rocky outcrops and sparse forests, and visitors have the choice of game drives, guided walks or horseback safaris as a means of experiencing the park and its creatures.

 

Day Itinerary

Departure is soon after breakfast for one of the largest national park in the country, Hwange National Park.  You arrive in time for lunch.  After lunch you will depart for an afternoon game drive.  Dinner is served around the fire

Travel distance: 200km

ACCOMMODATION: Camping in Hwange National Park

Overnight: Hwange Main Camp Chalets

These are units with 1 or 2 bedrooms, and a verandah. Cooking facilities are available on wood or charcoal braais. Electric refrigerator and sink are provided in each unit. Ablution and toilet facilites are provided in a communal block.

 

Activities

Hwange Game Drives

 

 

Hwange Game Drives

No Description Available

 

Included

Full Board

 

 

Day 4:           Hwange Camp Chalets, Hwange National Park

 

Day Itinerary

Depart for an early morning game drive.  Breakfast is served afterward and there is time for siesta.  Lunch is served and you depart for an afternoon game driver.  Dinner in camp

ACCOMMODATION: Camping in Hwange National Park

Activities

Hwange Game Drives
Hwange Game Drives

 

 

Hwange Game Drives

No Description Available

 

Included

Full Board

 

Day 5:           Big Cave Campsite, Matobo National Park

 

Matobo National Park

Idyllically located in the spectacular Matobo Hills, the renowned Matobo National Park is known for its rich human history, its remarkably diverse flora and fauna and its magnificent rugged terrain. This unspoiled natural wilderness features a range of massive red-tinged, granite boulders interspersed with gorgeous wooded valleys making it a dream destination for hikers, climbers and nature lovers alike. The reserve is compact, easily accessible and is home to an impressive range of African wildlife including the highly endangered black and white rhinoceros, zebra, wildebeest, giraffe, cheetah, hippo, warthog and crocodile as well as Africa’s largest concentration of leopard and black eagles. This unforgettable national park serves as an ideal stopover for travellers heading to the popular tourist sites of Hwange and the majestic Victoria Falls.

 

Day Itinerary

Early morning departure for Matopo National Park.  Stopover in Bulawayo for a light lunch.  Arrive at the lodge in time for afternoon Rhino tracking.  Dinner is around the campfire

Travel Distance:  350km

ACCOMMODATION: Camping in Matopo National Park

Overnight: Big Cave Campsite

Big Cave Camp is pleased to be able to offer a range of campsites for both the 4 x 4 outdoor enthusiast as well as over land truck companies. The Big Cave campsite is situated only 3 km off the main tarmac road, and is easily accessible (including large camper vans as well as 4 x 4 caravans). The camp site is divided into specific sites designed for the overland trucks, as well as a number of private sites for the 4 x 4 enthusiast. Park fees need not be paid to access the camp site. The campsite is 105 km’s from the Plumtree border, and 370 km’s from the Beitbridge border. This beautiful camp site is located 2 km from the National Park boundary, with wonderful views down the valley into the National Park. Access is through a separate gate which can accommodate large vehicles.

 

Activities

Matobos Rhino Tracking

 

 

Matobos Rhino Tracking

No Description Available

 

Included

Full Board

 

 

Day 6:           Big Cave Campsite, Matobo National Park

 

Day Itinerary

After breakfast you depart for a tour of the grave of Cecil John Rhodes.  Lunch back in camp then you depart for an afternoon local village tour.  Dinner around the campfire

ACCOMMODATION: Camping in Matopo National Park

 

Activities

Grave of Cecil John Rhodes
Matobo local village

 

 

Grave of Cecil John Rhodes

On the 26 March 1902 at the age of 49 Cecil John Rhodes died in Muizenberg, Cape Town.  Despite the fact that the Boer War still raged, his body was sent on an epic railway journey through war torn South Africa to Rhodesia to be laid to rest at this spot.

 

Included

Full Board

 

Day 7:           Kyle Recreational Park, Great Zimbabwe Ruins

 

Great Zimbabwe Ruins

Once Zimbabwe’s capital, the ancient city of Great Zimbabwe is the biggest and most significant stone archaeological complex in sub-Saharan Africa. It is also one of its oldest – thought to date back to the 11th century and second only to South Africa’s Mapungwe. Composed entirely of rectangular granite blocks stacked on top of one another without the use of mortar, the walls and towers of the city measure up to 12 metres in places, and it is unsurprising that Great Zimbabwe was designated a World Heritage Site in 1986.

 

Day Itinerary

Today you depart early morning for Great Zimbabwe and get there in time for lunch.  After lunch you depart for a tour of the Great Zimbabwe.  Dinner around the campfire.

Travel Distance:  300km

ACCOMMODATION: Camping in Kyle Recreational Park

 

Overnight: Kyle Recreational Park

Kyle Recreational Park is 16 900 hectares in extent and is home to more than 25 species of wildlife. A wide variety of fish can be found in the dam.
There is a wide variety of self-catering lodges available, all named after species of wildlife, such as Waterbuck, Elephant, Hippo, and so on.  There are 23 camping sites in two locations with ablutions consisting of toilets and hot showers, and there are 5 caravan sites of which 4 have electric power. There are also picnic sites, mainly for day use, which have ablution facilities and fireplaces.

 

Activities

Great Zimbabwe Ruins

 

Great Zimbabwe Ruins

Once Zimbabwe’s capital, the ancient city of Great Zimbabwe is the biggest and most significant stone archaeological complex in sub-Saharan Africa. It is also one of its oldest – thought to date back to the 11th century and second only to South Africa’s Mapungwe. Composed entirely of rectangular granite blocks stacked on top of one another without the use of mortar, the walls and towers of the city measure up to 12 metres in places, and it is unsurprising that Great Zimbabwe was designated a World Heritage Site in 1986.

 

Included

Full Board

 

Day 8:            Musangano Lodge, Eastern Highlands

 

Eastern Highlands

Zimbabwe’s eastern border with Mozambique is defined by the Eastern Highlands, comprised of three ranges of hills and mountains featuring the lush rolling hills and endless tea plantations of the Nyanga Range, the soaring granite peaks of the Chimanimani Mountains, and the fertile meadows and rich coffee plantations of the Bvumba Range. These breathtakingly scenic mountains serve as an ideal backdrop for the wide variety of outdoor pursuits on offer such as hiking, horse riding, golfing, and trout fishing. The northern reaches of this remarkable wilderness features predominantly rolling heathland which reminded European Settlers of Scotland leading them to create lakes, plant forests and fill the streams with trout. Once the private estate of Cecil John Rhodes, this northernmost area is now known as the Nyanga National Park. From the gorgeous pine forests and trout lakes of this extraordinary park to the yellowwood trees, protea shrubs and refreshing mountain pools of Chimanimani in the south, the Eastern Highlands is the perfect destination for travellers looking to unwind in the tranquillity of nature.

 

Day Itinerary

Depart early morning for the Eastern Highlands, passing through the famous Birchenough Bridge with a stopover. Arrive at Musangano around lunch time.  Lunch at clients’ own expense.  After lunch there is time for optional activities.  Dinner around the campfire.

Travel Distance:  300km

ACCOMMODATION: Camping at Musangano Lodge

Overnight: Musangano Lodge

If you are looking for the ultimate getaway in the Eastern Highlands, with the promise of complete tranquillity and spectacular scenery, Musangano Lodge is the ideal location. Visitors soon fall under its spell because of its serene and peaceful atmosphere, charming accommodation, superb cuisine and stunning views, which invite to linger and unwind.

Spaced well apart for privacy, our tastefully furnished, very comfortable and spacious units are set on the lower slopes of a tree-covered hillside, blending well into the surrounding Miombo mountain woodland and offering magnificent views into valleys and towards mountains. Guests may choose between the larger, fully equipped self catering lodges for families and friends or smaller chalets for two with kitchenette and kettle.

Our PaMuchakata Restaurant has acquired an enviable reputation for serving delicious food, a blend of Central European and Southern African cooking  –  the best of the culinary arts of two worlds.

Musangano Lodge is ideally located for exploring the attractions of the Eastern Highlands like the Vumba Mountains, Nyanga National Park and Honde Valley. When you feel like stretching your legs, there are a variety of activities at hand on site and nearby to suit all ages and interests.
Our outreach community project ‘Nurturing Communities. Shaping Lives’ offers exciting insights into the lives of ordinary – and not so ordinary Zimbabweans with the rare opportunity of first hand experiences and lasting memories to take home.

Last but not least we are proud to announce that Cuckoo Nature Camp is finally open. The picturesque campsite is an ideal stopover en route to Mozambique, Masvingo, Gonarezhou, the Save Conservancy. Embedded in miombo woodlands and surrounded by lovely views towards hilly mountains, this rustic camp guarantees a true bush experience for all outdoor lovers. There are 4 sites available for individual campers as well as a larger site with space for more than 8 tents. Our solar powered thatched ablution blocks are spacious, light and airy. We furthermore offer a separate wash basin for dishes as well as braai facilities and a campfire setup for the cooler evenings.

Finally – referring to the meaning of Musangano Lodge and our vision of ‘the place where people meet’ – we would be very happy to welcome you at our little paradise.

 

Activities

Optional activities available at the lodge

 

 

Included

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

 

 

Day 9:            Bronte Garden Hotel, Harare

 

Harare

Zimbabwe’s capital city is the country’s most cosmopolitan and contemporary destination, dotted with restaurants and bars, shops and markets. Its proud historical and cultural heritage is reflected in several well-preserved old buildings and informative museums, while its many parks and gardens provide a pleasant contrast to the bustling urban sectors. Located within easy reach of the city centre are the Mukuvisi Woodlands, comprising over 250 hectares of natural wilderness, while The Kopje – a rocky hill to the southwest of Harare – offers great views over the city.

 

Day Itinerary

Departure for the capital city, Harare is soon after breakfast.  Arrival at the hotel is around midday.  Lunch is a own expense.  After lunch depart for Mbare Musika which is the first black township.  Also visit the Museum, close to the high court.  Dinner at the hotel.

Travel Distance:  300km

ACCOMMODATION: Standard Room at Harare

Overnight: Bronte Garden Hotel

The Bronte Hotel is an oasis of tranquillity, renowned for its beautiful gardens and collection of fine Shona Sculptures. Centrally located in the Avenues, within walking distance of downtown Harare,  The Bronte offers well appointed rooms and executive suites in an idyllic garden setting. Designed for both the business and leisure traveler alike; our amenities include complimentary wifi, two swimming pools, a fitness centre, a complimentary breakfast buffet, secure on-site parking, and fine dining at Emmanuel’s Restaurant. It is the ideal Harare conference venue, with three function rooms and two boardrooms available.

 

Activities

Mbare Musika Market
Queen Victoria Museum – Harare

 

 

Mbare Musika Market

Harare is Zimbawe’s Capital City and is typical of many African cities having a blend of modern high rise buildings – leafy well spaced residential areas with shopping centres – industrial manufacturing and then the over populated and run down poor residential areas that have interesting street side markets. The city is home to approximately 2 million people and dates back to 1890 when it was established as the capital by the early British colonists of Zimbabwe and originally called Salisbury. During your time here you can visit the city centre – Mbare Musika Market – Harare Art Gallery and one of the Shopping Centres in the suburbs of Harare to give you a good all round picture of life in Harare. Harare has the largest farm produce market in Zimbabwe called the Mbare Musika Market..

Farmers deliver their fresh crops every morning and some travel from far away places like Mutare, Masvingo and Kariba to sell their produce. There are also secondary market places in Mbare. The first is Mupedza Nhamo a Shona word loosely meaning The finisher of quandaries . This is a market for cheap clothing where you can purchase a shirt for a little as $1 U.S or a second hand pair of shoes for $5 US This market does not serve only the people from Mbare but all the surrounding suburbs. The second market is Magaba loosely translated to mean tins as in metal containers, this is a market place for metal work and other craftsmanship. This is a hub for budding entrepreneurs and artists where affordable products for the residents of Mbare are made. They make products such as cooking pots, cups, bathing basins and carpentry work such as tables, beds, chairs, display cabinets and even coffins. These create a livelihood for a substantial portion of the

 

Included

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

 

 

Day 10:         Departure

 

Day Itinerary

This is the day of departure and the guide will drop you off at the airport for the different flights

 

Included

Airport transfers

 

Price

Tour Price                           USD1830.00 per person

Local Payment:                 USD190.00 per person

 

 

SET SAFARI DEPARTURE DATES

 

Departure DateEnd Date 
04 April 201814 April 2018VIC FALLS – HARARE
16 April 201826 April 2018HARARE – VIC FALLS
03 May 201813 May 2018VIC FALLS – HARARE
15 May 201825 May 2018HARARE – VIC FALLS
06 June 201816 June 2018VIC FALLS – HARARE
18 June 201828 June 2018HARARE – VIC FALLS
04 July 201814 July 2018VIC FALLS – HARARE
16 July 201826 July 2018HARARE – VIC FALLS
06 August 201816 August 2018VIC FALLS – HARARE
18 August 201828 August 2018HARARE – VIC FALLS
05 September 201815 September 2018VIC FALLS – HARARE
17 September 201827 September 2018HARARE – VIC FALLS
04 October 201814 October 2018VIC FALLS – HARARE
16 October 201826 October 2018HARARE – VIC FALLS
07 November 201817 November 2018VIC FALLS – HARARE
19 November 201829 November 2018HARARE – VIC FALLS
05 December 201815 December 2018VIC FALLS – HARARE
17 December 201827 December 2018HARARE – VIC FALLS
07 January 201917 January 2019VIC FALLS – HARARE
19 January 201929 January 2019HARARE – VIC FALLS
05 February 201915 February 2019VIC FALLS – HARARE
17 February 201927 February 2019HARARE – VIC FALLS
06 March 201916 March 2019VIC FALLS – HARARE
18 March 201928 March 2019HARARE – VIC FALLS
04 April 201914 April 2019VIC FALLS – HARARE
16 April 201916 April 2019HARARE – VIC FALLS
03 May 201913 May 2019VIC FALLS – HARARE
15 May 201925 May 2019HARARE – VIC FALLS
05 June 201915 June 2019VIC FALLS – HARARE
17 June 201927 June 2019HARARE – VIC FALLS
04 July 201914 July 2019VIC FALLS – HARARE
16 July 201926 July 2019HARARE – VIC FALLS
06 August 201916 August 2019VIC FALLS – HARARE
18 August 201928 August 2019HARARE – VIC FALLS
05 September 201915 September 2019VIC FALLS – HARARE
17 September 201927 September 2019HARARE – VIC FALLS
07 October 201917 October 2019VIC FALLS – HARARE
19 October 201929 October 2019HARARE – VIC FALLS
06 November 201916 November 2019VIC FALLS – HARARE
18 November 201928 November 2019HARARE – VIC FALLS
04 December 201914 December 2019VIC FALLS – HARARE
16 December 201926 December 2019HARARE – VIC FALLS
INFORMATION
  • Minimum PAX number we require to operate the safari is 4
  • Maximum PAX number we can cater for on the safari is 16

 

Our Trucks

At Falcon Overland Safaris, we’re extremely passionate about what we do, therefore it is our top priority to ensure that our Truck is always in a better shape. We have always been at the cutting edge of adventure vehicle design and our truck is constantly being upgraded and renovated to ensure they remain the best on the road.

 

  • Make: Leyland/DAF
  • Model: FM14-213/CLA 15-220
  • Year Range: 2006 – 2014
  • Seating Capacity: 16 Passengers, 3 Crew
  • Layout: Kitchen storage and cooking area at the side
  • Windows: Large down-sliding windows, small window at top
  • Capabilities: 4×4 Off Road

Equipment

Each truck is fitted with:

  • Freezers to keep food fresh in the African heat.
  • Individual seats with seat belts and leg room
  • Overhead luggage racks.
  • Lockers for your backpacks
  • A safe for your valuables.
  • A well-stocked first aid kit for emergencies.
  • Reading material and games
  • Charging facilities for batteries
  • PA System
  • Kitchen and stove
  • Water tank and cooler box
  • Table for food preparation
  • Hand-dishwashing facilities

Transport

Day 1 & 2

The Overland members of the Tour arrives from their respective countries.  Transfers from the airport and boarder post will be by minibus only to those who have booked for the transfers. Bookings can be done through info@falconsafaris.com

 

Day 3 & 10

From day 3 up to the last day (day 10) members of the tour will be using the Overland Truck as stated in the Itinerary.

 

Transfers

DayCompanyPick UpDrop OffTimeVehicle
Day1 & 2Victoria Falls International Airport [VFA]Victoria Falls Rest CampMinibus
Day 3Victoria Falls Rest CampHwange Camp ChaletsOverland Truck
Day 4 & 5Hwange Camp ChaletsBig Cave CampsiteOverland Truck
Day 6 & 7Big Cave CampsiteKyle Recreational ParkOverland Truck
Day 8Kyle Recreational ParkMusangano LodgeOverland Truck
Day 9Musangano LodgeBronte Garden HotelOverland Truck
Day 10Bronte Garden HotelHarare International Airport [HRE]Overland Truck

Booking Terms and Conditions

Falcon Safaris is a trading name of Falcon Safaris, Ltd., a corporation registered in Zimbabwe, Zambia and South Africa. The following terms as used in these Booking Terms and Conditions shall be considered synonymous: safari, tour, and trip, all of which refer to the travel arrangements being booked with Falcon Safaris. Additionally, the following terms: client, guest, participant, member, passenger, and traveler all refer to you, as the traveler.

Acceptance (required at or before final payment due date)

 

  1. RESERVATIONS AND PAYMENTS:

Standard policy for the majority of Falcon Safaris’ third part suppliers is that a provisional booking will be held for a period of 21 days only, after which a response is required on whether to confirm or release the space. Payment of a non-refundable deposit of 30% of the total travel quotation is required in order to confirm your reservation. After receipt of your deposit, we will, subject to availability, make reservation for your trip. The balance of the trip is due not later than 42 days prior to date of travel.

Upon receipt of your full payment, we will send travel vouchers, safari information, clothing lists, etc. All prices are quoted in U.S. dollars and must be paid in U.S. dollars or the equivalence in Rands.

 

  1. CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY:

Cancellations made after confirmation email & deposits are subject to the following cancellation fees:

57+ days prior to date of travel – Deposit is forfeited

29 – 56 days prior to date of travel – 45% is forfeited

22 – 28 days prior to date of travel – 50% is forfeited

15 – 21 days prior to date of travel – 60% is forfeited

0 – 14 days prior to date of travel – 100% is forfeited

No shows will be charged in full

 

If a guest is sick and can provide a valid Doctor’s Note a 100% refund will be given on transfers and activities by Falcon Safaris. In all cases where subcontracted services are booked, the supplier’s cancellation terms will apply. We will advise you of third party cancellation policies but in most cases they are similar to the ones above.

Should you fail to travel on scheduled dates or reduce your travel days no refund will be made. There will be no refunds from Falcon Safaris for any unused portions of your travel. The above policy applies to all travel arrangements made via Falcon Safaris.

 

  1. INSURANCE:

It is a condition of booking that the sole responsibility lies with the guest to ensure that they carry the correct comprehensive travel and medical insurance to cover themselves, and traveling companions for the duration of their tour. This insurance should include coverage in respect of, but not limited to, the following eventualities: cancellation or curtailment of the safari, emergency evacuation expenses, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, damage, theft or loss of personal baggage, money and goods.

Falcon Safaris will take no responsibility for any costs for losses incurred or suffered by the guest, or traveling companions, with regards to, but not limited to, any of the above mentioned eventualities.

Guests will be charged directly by the relevant service providers for any emergency services they may require, and may find themselves in a position unable to access such services should they not be carrying the relevant insurance coverage.

 

  1. MEDICAL INFORMATION / LIABILITY RELEASE:

Participation on a safari or tour to requires that you be in generally good health. All guests must understand that while a high level of fitness is not required, a measure of physical activity is involved in all African safaris and tours. It is essential that persons with any medical problems and/or related dietary restrictions make them known to us well before departure. Anti-malaria precautions should be taken, and these are the sole responsibility of the client. Any required inoculations must be recorded by the client’s health practitioner on a valid vaccination certificate which the client must carry in his/her possession throughout the tour. Falcon Safaris will not assume responsibility for the accuracy of any medical information. You should consult your doctor or pharmacist for up to date requirements and personal recommendations. By forwarding the tour deposit, the guest certifies that he/she does not knowingly have any physical or other conditions of disability that would create a risk for him/her or other tour participants. A Liability Release and Assumption of Risk Agreement must be signed by each tour participant prior to commencement of a tour. Participation by any tour participant will be declined in the absence of the signed Liability Release Form, with no tour fee refund.

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