Acacia Africa is putting a greater focus on Zimbabwe in 2016. Three of its small group safaris including the 14 day Southern Africa Magic, seven day Kruger & Victoria Falls and 11 day Delta and Chobe Waterways will now make several stops in the country.
All of the itineraries will visit the Victoria Falls, Bulawayo and the Matobo National Park - one of the best places to view rhino in Africa.
Arno Delport, Sales & Marketing Manager at Acacia Africa comments “Zimbabwe is a riding star on the Africa travel circuit and based on the increasing number of enquiries for the destination we decided to reroute several of our small group tours.”
A further change, Acacia’s seven day Okavango Wilderness Trails will also start at the Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.
14 day Southern Africa Magic (from £1,395pp (two sharing) + Safari Pass from £870pp including transport, accommodation (twin share chalets and guest houses with en-suite facilities 12 nights, pre-erected tent with en-suite facilities one night), most meals and services of as tour leader/driver.
Zimbabwe’s new $150 million dollar Victoria Falls International Airport terminal officially opened in December 2015 and the possibility of new direct flights is expected to be a “game changer” for Southern Africa as a region.
Acacia Africa (0207 706 4700; acacia-africa.com)