Botswana & Zimbabwe Lodge Safari

Botswana & Zimbabwe Lodge Safari
Wild dog pup in Zimbabwe
Botswana & Zimbabwe Lodge Safari
Botswana & Zimbabwe Lodge Safari
Botswana & Zimbabwe Lodge Safari
Become a TourHound member today to access personalised recommendations and bucket lists to help plan your trips. You’ll also receive rebates on selected tours. It’s free to become a member, sign up here.
  • Overview
  • Itinerary
  • What's Included
  • FAQ
  • Reviews
  • Dates
  • Exodus

From the cascading Victoria Falls to the meandering waterways of the Okavango Delta, this safari visits the best destinations in Zimbabwe and Botswana. Encounter Chobe’s huge elephant herds, search for rhinos and leopards in Matopos and spot Wild dogs in Hwange. Starry skies and burnished sunsets complete the adventure and where better for a sundowner than the shimmering Magkadigkadi Pans.

Highlights
  • Large populations of elephant, Wild dog and rhino
  • Diverse ecosystems and changing scenery
  • Fantastic wildlife encounters
  • Two natural wonders: Victoria Falls and the Okavango Delta
Food

13 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 8 dinners Whilst we will be staying in lodges most nights, included meals are, non-the-less, prepared by our crew. Breakfast is generally cereal or toast with tea and coffee with the occasional fried breakfast/brunch. Lunch is normally a simple pic-nic of cheese, cold meats, salads, bread or rolls. Dinners are cooked meals such as potjies (stew), braais (barbecue), stir-fries… etc. The trip leaders do all the shopping and meal planning for each group. They will always try to obtain fresh produce wherever possible. Each tour has 1 cool box for the meats and the fresh produce only and 1 cool box for cold drinks. We will supply the following drinks: squash, tea or coffee served with meals. All other beverages will be at your own expense. We do not supply bottled drinking water although it is available at many shops on tour if you want to buy it yourself. Please note that on some days where early morning game drives are included lunch may be substituted for a large brunch on return from the game drive - this is customary. We will always ensure that the number of meals detailed in the trip notes are provided. Please be aware that we need at least two weeks notice to deal with special dietary requirements (e.g. vegetarian or allergies.) For this reason if you did not indicate these on your booking form please advise the Exodus office as soon as possible. The water provided on this trip is safe and clean drinking water, normally coming from bore-holes. It is not bottled water, however. If you would rather have bottled water then this will be at your expense, though we would encourage you to make use of the safe drinking water provided as this helps diminish plastic consumption.

Destinations
  • Africa
  • Chobe National Park
  • Okavango Delta
  • Victoria Falls
  • Botswana
  • Kasane
  • Livingstone
  • Victoria
  • Zimbabwe
Tour Types
  • Family-Kids
  • Singles
  • Family
  • Active
  • Adventure
  • Safaris
  • Scenic
  • Sightseeing
  • Photography
  • Wildlife

Location: Victoria Falls

The group flights normally arrive at Victoria Falls Airport and land only passengers can either be picked up here or at the Rainbow Hotel in Victoria Falls town. If the group flights land in Livingstone (Zambia), land only passengers can still be picked up at the Rainbow Hotel in Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe). We then transfer 120kms to Kasane in Botswana. The drive from Victoria Falls takes a little over two hours but there can be delays crossing the border. Once we are settled into our chalets we will gather for a full tour briefing.

Accommodation: ,Kwalape Lodge or similar

Meals: ,Dinner,

Location: Chobe National Park

Chobe National Park is best known for its huge populations of elephant and buffalo. With an estimated 40,000 to 60,000 elephants, this is, undoubtedly the best place to see these pachyderms. The park is also home to Wild dogs, lions, leopards and various other African wildlife. We start the day by going on a game drive in one of the lodge’s open game-drive vehicles. It will be an early start as we aim to get to the park gates as they open. We spend about three hours on safari before returning to the lodge in time for some brunch. There is time to relax at the lodge during the hottest part of the day or exploring the town of Kasane before heading out again, this time to go on a boat-safari on the Chobe River. After a short transfer to the jetty we board the boat for a three-hour safari. This is a great opportunity to view the vast herds of elephant and other wildlife from the perspective of the water.

Accommodation: ,Kwalape Lodge or similar

Meals: ,Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner,

Location: Maun

Today is a long drive as we transfer the 600kms between Kasane and Maun, the town on the edge of the Okavango Delta. We’ll make a stop en route for lunch at the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pan before arriving in Maun mid-afternoon. We spend a bit of time in town getting supplies for the delta (this is a chance for you to get any extra drinks or snacks you may want whilst in the delta). From here it’s only a short drive out of town to our lodge.

Accommodation: ,Camp,

Accommodation Name: Crocodile Camp or similar

Meals: ,Breakfast,

Location: Okavango Delta

After travelling 1,600kms from the highlands of Angola, the Okavango River reaches the Kalahari and spreads into a large swamp area where the water eventually transpires into the plant-life and evaporates, never reaching the sea. This makes the Okavango Delta, as this swamp is known, one of the largest inland deltas on Earth and a true natural wonder. Year-round the delta’s islands are home to a vast array of wildlife including all the usual suspects though numbers reach their peak during the dryer winter months when animals, including many of the larger ones, migrate into the delta. We head into the delta in Mokoro dugout canoes poled by local villagers who have grown up here. When we arrive in the delta we will find our camp already set up, waiting for us. The camp is made up of tents fitted with camp beds topped by mattresses along with two communal bush-showers, two communal bush-toilets and a gazebo/mess tent. Here we will get to experience African wilderness at its fullest, not least at night when the milky-way can be seen spreading across the sky with a billion twinkling stars. We spend the next two days exploring the waterways and islands by Mokoro canoe and on foot looking for wildlife and enjoying this amazing part of Africa.

Accommodation: ,Camp,

Accommodation Name: Wild Camping

Meals: ,Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner,

Location: Okavango Delta

Location: Maun

This morning we have our last Mokoro ride as we return to the edge of the delta before returning to Maun. The afternoon is free to relax by the pool or take an optional flight over the delta.

Accommodation: ,Camp,

Accommodation Name: Rivernest Cottages* or similar

Meals: ,Breakfast,

Location: Nata

After a brief stop in Maun to resupply we transfer 300kms to Nata arriving mid-afternoon. In the late afternoon we head to the Nata Sanctuary to watch the sunset on the Makgadikgadi Pan. The Makgadikgadi Pan covers over 16,000 square kilometres and forms the bed of an ancient lake, now dried up, which once spread as far as the Okavango Delta. Sunsets on the pan are some of the best on the continent.

Accommodation: ,Nata Lodge or similar

Meals: ,Breakfast,

Location: Matobo National Park

Today we continue our journey back towards Zimbabwe. We go via Francistown and Bulawayo on our way to Matobo National Park. The journey is about 380kms and driving time shouldn’t be much more than about 5hrs, however the border crossing can be busy and may take between two and three hours. We stay in chalets just outside the park and enjoy sundowners from the granite ridge overlooking the park.

Accommodation: ,Hermits Peak Lodge or similar

Meals: ,Breakfast,Dinner,

Location: Matobo National Park

Matobo National Park (also known as Matopos National Park) is an area known for its kopjes, giant boulders which seem to be precariously balanced on top of one-another, and wildlife. The park is one of the best places to see both Black and White rhinos and has a very dense population of leopards (though these predators are still elusive). It also counts amongst its inhabitants a third of all species of eagle. These hills were, once, home to San Bushmen who have left their mark with rock-paintings depicting giraffes, elands and kudu. It was also the colonialist Cecil Rhodes’ favourite place and where he asked to be buried. We enter Matobo National Park early in the morning and go on a game drive followed by a game walk where we can hope to see rhino on foot. We visit World’s End, where Cecil Rhodes is buried and see some of the granite formations and rock-paintings. We spend most of the day inside the park returning to the lodge in the afternoon.

Accommodation: ,Hermits Peak Lodge or similar

Meals: ,Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner,

Location: Hwange

After a leisurely breakfast we make a quick stop in Bulawayo this morning to resupply before driving north 335kms to Hwange National Park. Zimbabwe’s largest National Park, Hwange covers 14,600 square kilometres of mopane and teak woodlands and grasslands. The park is home to over 100 mammal species and 400 bird species including all of Zimbabwe’s specially protected animals. Its most famous inhabitants are the elephants and Wild dogs, and it is the only place where gemsbok and Brown hyena can be found in reasonable numbers in Zimbabwe. We stay in a property situated within a game-management area which abuts the park.

Accommodation: ,Miobo Lodge or similar

Meals: ,Breakfast,Dinner,

Location: Hwange

We spend all day on a 4WD open-game drive in search of Hwange wildlife.

Accommodation: ,Miobo Lodge or similar

Meals: ,Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner,

Location: Victoria Falls

After a relaxed start we take a short, final drive back to Victoria Falls, arriving at Victoria Falls town around lunch time. In the afternoon we head out towards the mighty falls themselves. Measuring 1,700 meters wide and 100 meters high, Victoria Falls are the largest waterfall in the World and one of the most famous highlights of Africa. The volume of water changes with the seasons but when full the spray rises into the sky – a phenomenon which has given the falls their local name Mosi o Tunya, the Smoke that Thunders. They are a site to behold and one which impressed Dr. David Livingstone so much that he commented that ‘’ scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight.’’

Accommodation: ,Hotel,

Accommodation Name: The Rainbow Hotel or similar

Meals: ,Breakfast,

Location: Victoria Falls

Today is a free day to enjoy the many activities on offer in the area such as white-water rafting, taking a flight over the falls, going on a sunset cruise or crossing into neighbouring Zambia to see the falls from that side. *The Rainbow Hotel or similar*

Accommodation: ,

Meals: ,Breakfast,

Location: Victoria Falls

Those on the group flights will be transferred to the airport in time for their flight. Those who do not have a transfer included, the trip ends after breakfast.

Accommodation: ,

Meals: ,Breakfast,

Included
  • All accommodation (see below)
  • All transport and listed activities
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
  • Tour leader throughout
  • 13 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 8 dinners

Not Included
  • Single accommodation (available on request)
    -
  • Travel insurance
    -
  • Visas or vaccinations
    -
Minimum 16 years age people can go on this tour.
Vaccination against Yellow Fever is necessary if you are coming from a country with Yellow Fever, and you must bring a valid certificate of vaccination. Recommended vaccinations are: Polio, Tetanus, Diphtheria, Typhoid, Hepatitis A. Malaria prophylaxis is essential and we suggest that you seek advice from your GP or travel health clinic about which malaria tablets to take.
5* One of the best African experiences!
I am an experienced Exodus/Africa client as I love both the continent and the Exodus tours I have completed there. This present tour was outstanding in the scope, the experiences and the group: all influenced by our excellent leader Rowan. The itinerary encompasses game drives and walking drives which were very productive. We saw all the usual big 5 but had some special experiences- a leopard up a tree in full camera view with its fresh impala breakfast, wild dogs [our guides said we were VERY lucky] and a rare as hen's teeth caracal in the light of day begging from a parking attendant. WOW!The combination of two countries in one tour encompasses some amazing scenery, including the majestic Victoria Falls. Wild camping on the extraordinary Okovango Delta is a once in a lifetime experience. Our group shared interests and enthusiasms and we became addicted to the Millionaire Quiz app to which our leader introduced. Who thought we could be so competitive in such a jolly way!
Added By:
Date:

5* Botswana and Zimbabwe
An amazing adventure through two beautiful countries, experiencing the amazing scenery and local wildlife. This was all made even better by the tour guides amazing organisation and knowledge.
Added By:
Date:

5* Unforgettable Trip
First time to Africa, didn’t know what to expect, but loved every minute, honestly cannot recommend enough. These are two very beautiful countries with such contrasting scenery.It was great to explore whilst still having the comfort of staying in beautiful lodges. Each one bought its own quirks, character and wildlife and I really liked being able to relax by the pool or at the bar in-between activities and in the evenings.
Added By:
Date:

5* Botswana & Zimbabwe Lodge Safari
This was a fantastic trip, helped by a great group of people. Both the guide and driver were very knowledable and we all learnt a lot. The long drives were helped by Rowan our guide reading out who wants to be a millionaire from his phone and after several attempts we beat the odds!Some of the group were nervous about camping in the Okovango delta but it was glamping rather than camping and this proved to be one of the most enjoyable 2 days the trip. Mornings were chilly but we all layered up and with the help of blankets on the game vehicals managed to keep warm. The trip notes were inaccurate in the meals we had provided by the guide which worked out in our favour. Most of us felt that all evening meals with the exception of Victoria falls should be included.Rowan provided good meals and there was plenty to eat.We missed out on seeing lions and leopards but did see the most difficult cat to spot the cheeteh so that more than made up for it and as it is wildlife there are never any guarntees. When I booked this trip it was the animals I was most interested in but this has lit in me an interest in birds that I never knew I had and I hope to continue spotting and photographing bird in future.Victoria falls were amazing and I would recommend both the sunset dinner cruise and the helicopter flight over the falls both were superb.
Added By:
Date:

5* Great Holiday
A most interesting and enjoyable trip with good company and plenty of wildlife to see. The safaris enabled us to see lions on 3 separate occasions, a leopard up a tree and a 'crash' of 5 white rhinoceros asleep under a tree as well as elephants on land and swimming. We stayed under canvas but with en-suite facilities except at the Okavango Delta. The visit to Victoria Falls at the end of the trip was impressive the scale of them is huge.
Added By:
Date:

5* Amazing Adventure
It’s hard to put into words how amazing the Exodus’ Botswana & Zimbabwe Lodge Safari experience is. I knew this would be a trip with a difference, but this African adventure went beyond my wildest dreams.
Added By:
Date:

5* Magical From Start To Finish
Every day on this trip was like a dream come true. Over the two weeks we saw over 100 different wildlife species.
Added By:
Date:

5* It is an awesome trip with lots of memories
As mentioned in previous reviews it is a full on but very worthwhile trip. From start to finish there are so many experiences. It is a trip for you if you want to see wildlife but have a bit of comfort.The camping trip was fabulous - not roughing it too much - everything is done for you - you just have to sit back and enjoy - Rowan even bakes a cake. I was a bit apprehensive about the bush toilet - but its was no problem and the bush shower quite fun.We didn't manage to see any lions - but that is the luck of a safari - you are venturing into their habitat so nothing can be guaranteed.There is not much down time - except during the long travel between places but that is undertaken in a very comfortable mini bus. Plus there is always something to look at - or playing who wants to be a millionaire! We didn't win a lot!The group of people we were with were great company and thus also helped to make it a great trip.
Added By:
Date:

5* Eletastic -more elephants than you can count.
If you love seeing wildlife up close and personal then this trip is for you. It visits some of the best national parks in two amazing countries with a bit of added comfort. Each park has its own special characteristics - being in Botswana is like being on a permanent safari, animals can be seen on the side of the road as you travel from A to B; there is nothing more bizarre than having to slow down for a family of elephants or a herd of zebra - beats a flock of sheep!Any preconceived ideas you may have about Zimbabwe will prove to be wrong. It is one of the most beautiful countries I have travelled in - the parks are spectacular, from the rugged beauty of the Motopos to the sweeping plains of Hwange and the people amazing. It completely exceeded my expectations and I would love to return one day.
Added By:
Date:

5* Wonderful trip
When the tour leader dropped us off at Livingstone airport I really could have stayed on the bus and done the whole thing again
Added By:
Date:

5* Full on every fay
A full on safari/trip through Botswana and Zimbabwe - not for you if you need 10 hours sleep every night.The highlight without doubt is the trip via Mokorro canoe and camping trip into the Otovango delta.Some long days travelling in the mini bus but all very worthwhile.
Added By:
Date:

5* Botswana & Zimbabwe Lodge Safari
This was our first trip to Africa and it far exceeded expectations. The itinerary was balanced and very well organised and we were fortunate to see a huge variety of wildlife - including four of the 'big five' on the first day! Although there were (by necessity) some long drives, the vehicle was comfortable and well-driven by Sofiso. Our guide Rowan both entertained us and still continued to point out interesting features and wildlife all along the way, making sure we didn't miss a thing! There was a variety of accommodation and even the tents in the Delta were comfortable.Our focus was the wildlife and the amount and variety were superlative.
Added By:
Date:

5* A trip of a lifetime
this was such a good trip - different experiences the whole time and everything seem to fit together like clockwork
Added By:
Date:

5* Safari at it's absolute best
Travelling with a group of friends who met in Botswana on a camping trip 7 years ago, and had so much fun and friendship that we decided to reunite the Botties for a rerun with a bit of Zimbabwe added on!Were slightly concerned that the lodges would lack the intimacy of the wild camping, however this trip was absolutely perfect for us and Exodus helped us fine tune the experience by switching a day in Vic Falls for an extra day in Hwange for our party of 6. And actually that was probably the highlight of the trip in the end, one of the greatest 24hrs safari experience of my life (and I've had a few)!I was in serious need of a break, but I came home from Africa a different and better person after one of the most amazing trips ever! I am an Exodus veteran but this had to be the best yet! Thank-you.
Added By:
Date:

5* A fabulous African experience
A wonderfully varied trip which combines the comforts from home whilst giving you a real wildlife experience. The lodges were each unique in character and all very comfortable, most of them with swimming pools, and the camping in the Okavango Delta was much more comfortable than anyone had expected! You get to see a good part of two quite different but equally friendly and welcoming countries and because the places you visit are so quiet you never feel that you are on a tourist trail.
Added By:
Date:

5* Memorable
Fantastic trip with great contrasts not just of scenery but also animals and experiencesOne of the top exodus trips taken over the last 12 years and highly recommendedWild camping on the delta was an unforgettable experienceGreat guides!!!
Added By:
Date:

5* Beautiful Botswana and Zimbabwe Lodges
A truly awesome holiday! I can't stop telling people about it! We saw so many animals in the wild with memorable sights, noises and smells. We were the 'lucky lion group' witnessing lions feasting on a putrid smelling kill in Chobe in the morning and then seeing a prowling lioness on the banks of the river in the evening. Then while camping in the Okavango Delta, on our sunset walk return to camp, we came across 5 lions within 400 meters of our campsite! We also heard them roar later that night while we were sitting around the campfire and taking photos of the Milky Way...sweet dreams!
Added By:
Date:

5* Brilliant Safari
Botswana & Zimbabwe Lodge Safari is a brilliant holiday.Exodus have put together a great itinerary. The game walks and drives in Okavango Delta, Chobe, Matopo & Hwange National Parks are well organised and we saw loads of animals including 4 of the big 5. The variety of lodges and the delta camping were all comfortable.We had an excellent holiday and would definitely recommend it.
Added By:
Date:

5* realise your wildlife dreams
This tour is where you realise your every wildlife dream. This is where dreaming stops and reality takes over. From the beginning to the end, it is a non stop thrilling adventure. Poling past grumpy Hippos, listening to Lions roar while wild camping, seeing giant elephants wade across the water in front of you, Seeing the same cross a deep river with just their trunks showing. That's just for starters. No need to imagine standing just five meters away from a grazing white Rhino with her baby, it happened, with a few more sitting behind. Horn bills, Kingfishers and a variety of other water birds. As you drive along the road between stops view the Giraffes, Zebra, Elephants, the list goes on. Most nights "we" gather around a roaring fire to eat lovely cooked food, compliments of our tour guides (Marco & Mira) so knowledgeable, really in safe hands. You don't really want to sleep, because closing your eyes means that you will miss something. Just when you think its all over and the last day arrives, there are still some amazing opportunities to experience. Victoria Falls, just amazing. Try the optional safari, with luck you can view close up Black Rhino, again mother with baby. Mother walked right up to the jeep to check us out. Great photo opportunities. Last but not least, don't miss the optional sunset cruise, it is just simply an amazing sight.
Added By:
Date:

5* Botswana & Zimbabwe Lodge Safari WZA170312
Great holiday - lots of different experiences and magical moments
Added By:
Date:

5* Botswana and Zimbabwe Lodge Safari
The fantastic experiences just kept coming! Each day felt as if it couldn't be bettered -- and then it was!
Added By:
Date:

5* Beautiful Africa.
Safari means journey. This really was an intense journey through Botswana & Zimbabwe. But a journey with the added bonus of sightings along the way, magical birds at the side of the road and on one occasion slowing down the bus to see a bull elephant only to be gobsmacked by a pack of 10 wild-dog just a couple of trees away! Journeys don`t have to be boring; long bus rides are often part of the adventure. On this holiday we had the added bonus of River safari`s and, in the Okavango Delta, Mokoro rides with only the gentle sound of water lapping by your side, damsel flies and giant hawker dragon-flies buzzing around your ears and in the evening a gigantic frog chorus like something from a Fairy-Tale.Of course Safari is all about the animals but on this holiday I became more aware of the rich variety of people that helped us along the way. Kaiser the leader of the Polers in the Delta, Rowan our Tour Guide, his trusty driver Siwasu and the dozens of others who did their bloody best to give us the holiday of a lifetime.
Added By:
Date:

5* Great Holiday
A most interesting and enjoyable trip with good company and plenty of wildlife to see. The safaris enabled us to see lions on 3 separate occasions, a leopard up a tree and a 'crash' of 5 white rhinoceros asleep under a tree as well as elephants on land and swimming. We stayed under canvas but with en-suite facilities except at the Okavango Delta. The visit to Victoria Falls at the end of the trip was impressive the scale of them is huge.
Added By:
Date:

5* Botswana and Zimbabwe lodge safari
This trip for us was truly amazing. Good food, good views, lovely people. We look forward to going on another trip with Exodus. Which ever trip you choose enjoy every moment.
Added By:
Date:

5* Swimming in the cool pools of the Okavango Delta
It was hot and sticky. But swimming in the Okavango Delta, cruising on the Chobe River, seeing a multitude of birds and hearing hippos in the distance made up for the mild discomfort. We travel to get under a country's skin, experience the culture and local hospitality. Our trip to Matabeleland and visiting Cecil Rhodes' memorial was captivating; there in the wild, silent, rocky countryside, with lizards scurrying around and baboons barking in the distance was inspiring.
Added By:
Date:

You will have the option to book your own flights independently with the operator.

Dates Price Single Availability
06-Nov-2021
13 Nights
Twin Share Flight Included View live deal View live deal
07-Nov-2021
13 Nights
Twin Share View live deal View live deal
Dates Price Single Availability
12-Mar-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share Flight Included View live deal View live deal
13-Mar-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share View live deal View live deal
Dates Price Single Availability
09-Apr-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share Flight Included View live deal View live deal
10-Apr-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share View live deal View live deal
Dates Price Single Availability
07-May-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share Flight Included View live deal View live deal
08-May-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share View live deal View live deal
21-May-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share Flight Included View live deal View live deal
22-May-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share View live deal View live deal
Dates Price Single Availability
18-Jun-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share Flight Included View live deal View live deal
19-Jun-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share View live deal View live deal
Dates Price Single Availability
30-Jul-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share Flight Included View live deal View live deal
31-Jul-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share View live deal View live deal
Dates Price Single Availability
13-Aug-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share Flight Included View live deal View live deal
14-Aug-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share View live deal View live deal
27-Aug-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share Flight Included View live deal View live deal
28-Aug-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share View live deal View live deal
Dates Price Single Availability
10-Sep-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share Flight Included View live deal View live deal
11-Sep-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share View live deal View live deal
24-Sep-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share Flight Included View live deal View live deal
25-Sep-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share View live deal View live deal
Dates Price Single Availability
08-Oct-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share Flight Included View live deal View live deal
09-Oct-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share View live deal View live deal
Dates Price Single Availability
05-Nov-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share Flight Included View live deal View live deal
06-Nov-2022
13 Nights
Twin Share View live deal View live deal

Touring with Exodus

With over 45 years’ experience of taking people on amazing adventure holidays, Exodus can help you reach some of the most incredible destinations on 500 itineraries across more than 90 countries around the world. All staff at Exodus have a passion for travel and adventure, and some team members have been professional archaeologists, wildlife guides, overland drivers, mountain leaders, diving and ski specialists and mountain bike gurus. But that’s not all. This reputable company is a Which? recommended escorted tour provider and has won many prestigious awards, including Best Activity and Sports Holiday Company at the 2018 British Travel Awards.

Exodus is all about adventure and helping others to achieve their travel dreams by offering a fantastic range of guided group holidays, self-guided trips, tailor-made getaways and escorted tours. So, if you’re looking to discover different countries, cultures, environments, cities, mountain ranges, deserts, coasts or even jungles, the expert team at Exodus can help you plan an unforgettable solo, group or family adventure.

Each tour and adventure has been created to give you maximum value for money, often including authentic activities, as well as flights, accommodation and a tour guide. And as the team has developed one of the very best and most exciting collections of guided-group tours and self-guided holidays, you’re guaranteed the adventure holiday of a lifetime, no matter which one you pick. Trips include everything from family adventure holidays and walking and cycling tours to mixed-activity tours and seasonal getaways. You can also ask Exodus to plan a tailored itinerary from scratch or tweak an existing one, which means you can book a bespoke holiday that is designed just for you.

Need some inspiration? You can enjoy varied walks in the stunning Spanish mountains, experience the magic of Italy in Tuscany or explore the rich Sri Lankan history and culture by bike. Try a host of different activities in glorious Turkish surroundings, ski through the magnificent Norwegian wilderness or embark on a journey through India’s tropical south. Visit Iceland and East Greenland, see the spectacular marine wildlife in the Maldives or cruise along the mighty Amazon River in Peru – the options are endless!

When it comes to travelling together as a family with Exodus, all family holidays are specifically designed to offer a mix of education and exploration, with plenty of downtime. Each adventure and tour has been created with one of three age ranges in mind, but children outside of the 5-8, 9-12 and 13-16 age bracket are welcome to travel too. Plus, the price for children up to the age of 16 is 25% lower than the adult cost for Exodus guided holidays to help make your trip more affordable. From canoeing and cycling in the Dordogne to safari tours in Africa and dolphin watching in Costa Rica, Exodus offer family adventures all over the world.

Something that makes this adventure holiday and escorted tour operator unique is the loyalty scheme, the Exodus Collective. When you book your second trip, you’ll join the Collective and be given access to exclusive discounts, sales previews and special travel benefits. The more you travel with Exodus the more you’ll be entitled to, and your membership also grants you special access to exclusive travel content.

At Exodus, they make sure that everyone travels respectfully and courteously in a small group to minimise their impact and to ensure each holiday is a beneficial experience for all those involved. Where possible, they believe in putting money directly into the communities they visit by eating locally produced food and using locally owned and run accommodation. They also strive to provide as much flexibility and choice as possible to make it simple for you to experience a memorable holiday, your way.

{{shortLabel}}

tour details

This tour is operated by Exodus

13 nights from pp exc.flights; per Night
compare Compare tour Add this tour to the comparison list. compare Compare tour This tour has been added to the comparison list. Cick here to view.
View live deal View live deal Exodus is where Adventure begins!
Start:Victoria Falls
Finish:Victoria Falls
Group size:4 - 12
Suitable for: 16 to 99
Physical rating:Leisurely
Meals:12 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 7 dinners.
Diets:Please inform Exodus of specific dietary requirements
Tour operated in: English
tourhound promise
tourhound promise
TourHound Promise
  • I compare from the largest selection of touring companies available.
  • It doesn’t cost you a penny to use me, or to book a tour through TourHound.
  • I never favour one operator over another and provide a totally neutral comparison.
View live deal View live deal View live deal View live deal
tour hound
Why TourHound?