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Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana Sightseeing Cost Breakdown

If you’ve been reading about my adventures in Africa in the South America & Africa Points Heist Trip Report, you’ll notice an underlying theme: tourism ain’t cheap.

Here is the cost breakdown of the major activities in each locale:

Bungee Jumping: $210/person and an additional $65/person for the videos and photos
Victoria Falls: $30/person
Total: $305‎, $610 for twotrees and trees by a waterfalla large waterfall with trees and grassa group of people standing on a bridgea person on a rope in a rivera group of men standing on a bridge a person from a ropea large waterfall with trees and bushes a large waterfall with trees and grass

Devil’s Pool: $20 for the transport to Zambia from Zimbabwe to the Falls for two people. $100/person for the pool, breakfast included.
Total $120‎, $220 for twoa rainbow over a waterfall a man sitting on a rock with a waterfall in the background two men sitting on a rock next to a waterfall

$150 for Chobe Park tour including transport to and from Zambia, lunch included.
Total: $150, $300 for two.a crocodile lying on grass near water an elephant walking on grass by water a group of elephants standing in watera dirt field with trees and water in the background a couple of birds walking on dirt

Total: $575, $1130
Africa has not been cheap but the pictures allow me to rationalize the expense.



  1. Thanks for the info. And yes, South Africa can be cheaper compare to this. I also noticed that in Kenya fees in national parks are much higher versus SA parks – even thou they provide less service and less desirable road condition.
    The poorer the country, the more it wants to take from visitors…

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