Islands of Siankaba

Trips to Islands of Siankaba

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Siankaba Add-on

Siankaba Add-on

| 3 days|Individual trip Add to my wish list
US$1,032-1,165
This is a 2-night trip to stay on an island in the Zambezi River, staying at the Islands of Siankaba, upstream of Victoria Falls. It is under an hours’ drive from Siankaba to the great waterfall, and a guided trip here by 4WD is included in your stay. More about Siankaba Add-on

3 great extras, day-trips & excursions whilst you're staying in Islands of Siankaba

Many of the places that we feature in Africa include a full range of activities, but sometimes optional extras are possible – day-trips and excursions which are worth adding into your stay and are best arranged before you go.

Talk to us about anything which interests you before you finalise your trip with us. Meanwhile, just 3 of the possibilities from Islands of Siankaba are noted below; we hope they help to give you some inspiration.

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Chobe Day Trip

Chobe Day Trip

Full Day

For a top safari experience while visiting the Victoria Falls, don’t miss a day trip to Botswana’s Chobe National Park. Easily reachable from Livingstone, Chobe boasts some of the best wildlife densities in southern Africa, with exceptional numbers of elephant drawn by the permanent waters of the Chobe River. More about Chobe Day Trip

Rhino Walk

Rhino Walk

Half day

Spend an unforgettable morning on a walking safari tracking Mosi-oa-Tunya’s small population of white rhino, with a strong chance of being able to approach these endangered creatures on foot. More about Rhino Walk

The Elephant Café

The Elephant Café

4 hours

Visiting The Elephant Café is a great combination of a magical elephant encounter and fine dining. Spend time getting to know the elephants, some of them rescued from the wild many years ago, and others born into the herd. Then sit down and enjoy a delicious meal overlooking the Zambezi. More about The Elephant Café

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