Event Price 
Starting at approximately $6,495 – air inclusive from Boston, New York (per person, double occupancy)

Glimpse a world primeval on this singular 14-day safari through some of Southern Africa's great wildlife sanctuaries in Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Zambia. The small group adventure begins with a day's sightseeing in Johannesburg, South Africa. Spend three nights in Zambezi National Park at a deluxe lodge, viewing spectacular Victoria Falls, embarking on a "Sundowner" Zambezi cruise, and taking a game drive in search of the elusive black rhino. Continue to Chobe National Park, boasting one of Africa's largest concentrations of wildlife, for a three-night stay with sensational game drives and boat safaris. Take a private flight to Zambia for a tour highlight: unparalleled wildlife viewing at Lower Zambezi National Park - UNESCO site and one of Africa's last pristine wildernesses - and a relaxing three-night stay at the intimate Royal Zambezi Lodge.

Event Itinerary 

Day 1: Depart US for Johannesburg, South Africa
Day 2: Arrive Johannesburg
Day 3: Johannesburg / Soweto
Day 4: Johannesburg / Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Day 5: Victoria Falls
Day 6: Victoria Falls
Day 7: Victoria Falls / Chobe National Park, Bostwana
Day 8: Chobe National Park
Day 9: Chobe National Park
Day 10: Chobe National Park / Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia
Day 11: Lower Zambezi National Park
Day 12: Lower Zambezi National Park
Day 13: Lower Zambezi National Park / Lusaka / Depart for US
Day 14: Arrive US

Optional three night post-tour: Cape Town, South Africa

**Itinerary and pricing subject to change up until date of brochure publication**

Number enrolled 
18
Enrollment Max 
24
Region 
Season 
Type of activity 

Faculty

Diederik (Dirk) Vandewalle

Diederik (Dirk) Vandewalle is Associate Professor of Government at Dartmouth College, former chair of its Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Program, and Adjunct Associate Professor at the Tuck School of
Business. His research and teaching focuses on comparative economic development in emerging economies and economic reform. He is editor of several books and edited volumes on Libya and North Africa, and has written numerous articles on economic development issues in the Arab world. He has led over a dozen Dartmouth Alumni trips to destinations including India, China and Tibet, Myanmar, and South and Western Africa.

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Odysseys Unlimited, Inc.