Forever African Safaris
Hwange National Park
About Forever African Safaris
Forever African Safaris is a luxury mobile tented and walking safari specialist, operating in Hwange National Park and throughout Zimbabwe’s wildlife and conservation areas. Join us on a luxury mobile safari for the ultimate African experience.
Reminiscent of the age of discovery when explorers roamed Africa in tents, mobile tented safaris offer the modern explorer at heart a true African bush adventure with the benefit of comfort and convenience in fully furnished, private, luxury mobile tented camps. Arguably the most romantic way to get you up close and personal with wildest Africa, mobiles will afford you the chance to discover Africa for yourself in the sanctuary of Hwange’s pristine Big 5 wilderness.
Our guests can look forward to an exclusive, private camp and the services of experienced, professional private guides with private game drive vehicle, as well as flexibility of itinerary to include as much or as little walking, game driving or just relaxing in camp as desired.
We tailor safaris to suit individual preference of activity and personalize safaris around specific interests, which means that we can accommodate anyone, from families with children, to romantic getaways and honeymoons, to professional photographers and adventure enthusiasts. Operating both on private concession and at National Parks sites throughout the Park, mobiles afford you unparalleled opportunity to see the very best of the wilds of Hwange.
We offer two types of mobile camps, namely Executive Safari and Explorer Safari. Both safari-styles offer intimate 12-bed camps, or more by special arrangement, private guide and game drive vehicle, unlimited game drives and bush walks, great food with the option of authentic African cuisine, interactive guides and friendly staff.
Activities include bush walks, animal tracking, game drives, hiking, tours of the Mtoa Ruins and tours of the world-renowned wild dog centre.
Single supplements apply for guests occupying a tent alone. Executive Safari requires a minimum of two guests.
Rates include vehicle transfer to camp from Hwange Main Airport or Hwange Main Camp, all meals and local alcoholic beverages (Explorer Safaris include soft drinks, beers and wines), all game drives and bush walks, services of... Single supplements apply for guests occupying a tent alone. Executive Safari requires a minimum of two guests.
Rates include vehicle transfer to camp from Hwange Main Airport or Hwange Main Camp, all meals and local alcoholic beverages (Explorer Safaris include soft drinks, beers and wines), all game drives and bush walks, services of camp staff;
2% Government Levy, National Park fees.
Rates exclude chartered flights (light aircraft air transfers within Zimbabwe), international flights and departure taxes, vehicle transfers outside the remit of your quoted Executive/Explorer safari package, premium brand alcohols (Explorer Safaris include beers and wines, but exclude spirits, gratuities, VAT for Zimbabwe residents. VAT for SADC residents exempt.
2014 Rates – we will hold 2013 rates for 2014 safari’s with a 50% deposit payable at time of booking to secure reservation and full payment is due by the 31st March 2014. If full payment is not received by 31st March 2014 regardless of the deposit paid, 2014 rates will then be applicable. see more
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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