Pride & Purpose Safari

7 Days / 6 Nights

Tourism plays an important role for people and wildlife in Africa. This itinerary is your opportunity to experience some of the most spectacular destinations (Victoria Falls and Bwabwata National Park in the heart of KAZA, and get involved in some of the projects operated in the area. From wildlife conservation at Victoria Falls National Park to learning about recycling, gardening, and jewelry making by the uplifting Sijwa project – the purpose of this tour is indeed to leave Africa fulfilled. Your holiday in Africa has indeed made a difference – both to you and to the places you have visited.

Itinerary overview

Your Journey Begins

Days 1 - 3

Victoria Falls

The Wallow Lodge

Set within the dappled shade of ancient riverine trees, The Wallow is located in the Wild Horizons Wildlife Sanctuary, a private concession in the Victoria Falls National Park. Panoramic views of the Masuwe River form the backdrop of the main area, with a swimming pool and sunken fireplace on the expansive deck. Victoria Falls is a short twenty-minute transfer from the camp, giving guests the freedom to find a balance between the exclusivity of the bush and the excitement of Africa’s Adventure Capital.

Days 4 - 7

Bwabwata National Park

Kazile Tented Camp

Kazile Island Lodge is situated on a private island on the banks of the Kwando River, within the heart of KAZA. Kazile together with its sister lodge Nambwa are the only lodges to be uniquely situated within the Bwabwata National Park. Kazile Island is a special paradise that can only be reached by boat. Here, herds of buffalo and elephant traverse the wet Zambezi landscape. Sitatunga, an elusive aquatic antelope, are often spotted along the floodplains and marshes.

Day 8

End of Itinerary

Check out of your lodge after a final morning activity and breakfast at leisure .

Board your boat transfer back to Kazile Boat station where you will be met by your driver for the transfer back across the Ngoma borderpost into Botswana and on to Kasane Airport for your onward flight.

Transfers can also be arranged to Katima Mulilo Mpacha Airport for an onward journey to Windhoek.

Why we Recommend



Road Transportation

Included Extras

Total cost per couple : USD 8,640.00
Valid until 22 December 2022 I Last costed on 08th Feb 2022

Seasonal & tactical offers exist at most of the properties we represent. We have not included these into the calculations for now and will apply them according to the dates and season during which you wish to travel.  Please enquire for exact pricing for your intended travel dates. 

Days 1 – 3

Victoria Falls


The Wallow Lodge

Days 4 – 7

Bwabwata National Park


Kazile Tented Camp


We can’t wait to create timeless memories for you!

Enquire now and our Travel Managers – Billy or Ingo – will
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Frequently Asked Questions

The Sijwa Project is a community project that was created by African Monarch Lodges as part of their continued endeavour to create a sustainalbe tourism brand and to give back to the community that they operate in. It’s the re-purposing and re-inventing of all recyclable waste from the African Monarch Lodges and from the local community, into exquisite saleable craft and art.. It is here where guests will be entertained and enriched with local culture and can interact with the local communities while they practise their artisan skills taught at the project. Sijwa is a holistic balance between conservation, community, culture and commerce.

Days are planned with a mixture of sightseeing, safari and interactive experiences.

There are no other vaccination requirements, unless you are arriving from a Yellow Fever risk country. Then you would need a yellow fever vaccination certificate. All other vaccinations are a personal choice. Malaria is prevalent in both areas however and so the taking of malaria prophylactics is highly recommended.

The Wallow is operated and owned by Wild Horizons who represent the sharp edge of transformative, sustainable travel that demonstrates the value of protected wilderness areas. Sustainable technology such as solar power, environmentally friendly decking, and non-disposable products ensure that every journey leaves a light footprint on the land. At the same time, the activities they operate create synergy between guests and the environment. For example, guests are invited to tour The Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust, located in the Wild Horizons Wildlife Sanctuary. This gives them an insiders perspective on the innovative conservation initiatives that help mitigate human-wildlife conflict, further our knowledge of keystone species, and safely rehabilitate injured wildlife.

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