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Tour Duration: 25 - 28 day(s)
Group Size: 2 - 15 people
Destination(s): Namibia Zambia Botswana
Specialty Categories: Wildlife Viewing Cultural Journey
Season: January - December
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 34550 South Africa Rand (ZAR)
Maximum Per Person Price: 77550 South Africa Rand (ZAR)
Day 1: Your guide at the International Airport will meet you. Windhoek lies 40 kilometers from the Airport. From here, you will go first to your guesthouse. After settle in you will go out on a city tour of Windhoek: The Christuskerk, Alte Feste, Tintenpalast, any many more.
Day 2: After breakfast, we will make our way southeast direction to the Kalahari Desert. Here you will be able to explore the first desert of Namibia.
Day 3: When breakfast we will start make our way to the Namib Naukluft Park, where we will find the second desert in Namibia, the Namib Desert.
Day 4: Today we have a very early start, to go into the dunes. Here you will have the opportunity to experience the different from the Kalahari to the Namib Desert. After the day that you had spent in Sossusvlei you will also will visit Sesriem Canyon, it is small, but worth a visit.
Day 5: After yesterday experience in the dunes, you will start at an easy past towards to the coast, Swakopmund. However, before reaching Swakopmund we will stop at Solitaire for coffee and apple pie from Moose.
Day 6: Today you are free to explore the town Swakopmund on your own. There are many actives that you are welcome to do, like Marine Cruise, quad bikes, a trip in to the Moon landscape and much more. Alternatively, just to enjoy the “little Germany” in Namibia.
Day 7: After a good breakfast, we will make our way along the Atlantic Ocean north to Cape Cross, where you have the time to see one of the Cape Fure Seal colonies. From here on, we will make our way to Twyfelfontein, where a you can see same of the rock engraving from the Bushman’s that where living there. There is also Burn Mountain and Organ Pipes to see.
Day 8: After breakfast, we will make our way to Kamanjab area where we will visit later the day a Himba Village. On our way, we will stop at the Petrified Forest, long forgotten trees from the copper fields of Zambia.
Day 9: Today we will make the last part to Etosha National Park, for the next few days. Here we are hoping to see the elephants, lions and much more animals.
Day 10: Spent the day in the park.
Day 11: Tsumeb-Grootfontein-Rundu, on our way to Botswana. We will stop at the Otjikoto Lake where a lot of the war machines lies before moving to the Hoba Meteorite, largest in the world.
Day 12: From Rundu, through the Caprivi towards the Botswana boarder. We will stop first at the Popa Falls before crossing over to Botswana to visit the Okavango Delta.
Day 13: Today you have the opportunity to go out on a boat trip on the Okavango Delta. We will spend the whole day around here.
Day 14: We will go back into Namibia to the Kwando River for the next two nights. Here you are welcome to take part in same of the activities that they offer. Go for a visit to one of the village or much more.
Day 15: Activity options available.
Day 16: We will make our way back to the main road to Katima Mulilo and then over the Ngoma bridge to the Chobe National Park for the next two days
Day 17: Chobe National Park, here you have the opportunity to see the Buffalo, hippos, elephants and much more animals.
Day 18: To day, we will leave the Chobe National Park behind us and will go over the Zambezi River with the ferry in to Zambia, for the Victoria Falls. We will stay near Livingstone. The first night we will go out to one of the local restaurants for dinner.
Day 19: Here you can do bungee jumping the ones how always wanted to do this in their life of just enjoy the wonder of the Vic Falls.
Day 20: We will leave the Vic Falls – Zambia behind us, back into Botswana, make our way to the Nata Pans.
Day 21: In the morning, you will visit the Makgadikgadi saltpans, before making our way to Maun, the bottom of the Okavango Delta.
Day 22: Today you will can spend time on the Okavango Delta on a Mokoro, the locals transport on the Delta.
Day 23: We will start early that we can make our way back to Namibia; we will stay near Gobabis toning.
Day 24: Today we take the last shift on to Windhoek. In the afternoon, you are welcome to go in to the city and find the last minute shopping or there is still tomorrow morning before your flight back home. Tonight we say almost good-bye to each other.
Day 25: We need to be at the airport 2 hours before your leaves.
Airfare is not included in the tour price.
- Extra activities and tips
- Local guides tip
- Meals as shown.
- All the tours can be done by camping or lodging, price may differ.
- Cost can change if diesel price or accommodation increases in Southern Africa.
- Prices available till November 2009.