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Experience the very best sides of Botswana and Namibia! Namibia and Botswana are destinations filled with breathtaking scenery and rewarding wildlife encounters. The scenery, the wildlife, the dunes, and the smell of the bush will seep into your soul and make you find missing it with an almost physical longing. The specially chosen accommodations will also allow you to have an incredible experience without added strain.
During this safari, you will stay at various chalets, lodges, guesthouses, and camps. If you require your own room, you can add a single supplement at the cost of 695 EUR. Below is the list of the accommodations' names:
Before beginning the tour, you will have a departure meeting at 14:00. After that, you will have 2 days to explore the area of Victoria Falls, one of the natural wonders of the world.
Crossing out of Zambia, you will go to the Caprivi strip and spend the two days by traveling through this game rich area. You will also explore the Cuando River by boat and enjoy a game drive into the Mahango Game Park.
After having a breakfast, you will enjoy the abundant birdlife that surrounds the camp and along the Okavango River. Villages of grass huts, local wooden crafts, and carvings are a common sight. In the evening, you will stop for the night at the riverside lodge in Rundu and enjoy a spectacular sunset.
You will enjoy 2 daily game drives in Etosha National Park. The national park surrounds the Etosha Pan and is locally named “the great white place of dry water” and is known for great sightings of elephant, antelopes, and lions. The game drives will be conducted in the mornings and afternoons.
The journey covers some beautiful desert landscapes as you move south towards the Brandberg Mountain. The lodge is situated in the dry Ugab River which is home to the rare desert elephants. You will visit The Petrified Forest and take a walk with a local guide to see the famous White Lady rock painting in the area.
You will cross flat open plains past the Spitzkoppe to the coast and visit the Cape Cross seal colony. In the coastal town of Swakopmund, you will have a free day to explore the town.
You will visit the lunar landscapes that surround the town of Swakopmund and head into the Namib Desert with its towering red sand dunes. You will walk to Sossusvlei, explore Sesriem Canyon, and from the comfort of your lodge outside the national park watch a dramatic sunset over the world’s highest sand dunes.
You will explore the city of Windhoek. Windhoek is the capital and largest city in Namibia. Its charms lie in its harmonious blend of African and European cultures, the friendliness of its people, and an interesting mix of modern and German colonial era influenced architecture.
Crossing into Botswana, you will stay overnight in the heart of the Kalahari. You will take a walk with the local San Bushmen to learn fascinating bush skills and get an insight into how these incredible people survive in this desert environment.
An annual flood of fresh water spreads into the Kalahari Desert creating the reed-lined channels of the Okavango Delta. Your first night is spent in Maun in preparation before traveling deep into the delta on mokoros (dugouts). You will spend 2 nights in the tented camp on a remote island and enjoy game walks, swimming, and enjoying the birdlife in this pristine wilderness area.
On this day, you will feel the vastness of Africa under a big sky sunset. After the rain, the pans are filled with water and attract thousands of water birds, herds of zebra, wildebeests, and springboks.
You will turn north through the Chobe Forest Reserve to Kasane where you settle into our lodge. Chobe National Park is famous for large herds of elephant and buffalo. You will spend the afternoon on an exciting wildlife boat cruise in the Chobe National Park.
In the morning, you will transfer across the Zambezi River on the Kazangula ferry to Livingstone where the tour ends at 12:00.
This safari will take place in Zambia, Namibia, and Botswana.
Zambia gives one a taste of the essence of Africa's beautiful, unpredictable, unspoiled vibrancy and color. The landscapes are dramatic and interspersed with the life-giving waters. There are plains, forests, rivers, lakes, and abundant wildlife. All of these make Zambia an unforgettable destination. In Zambia, you will visit Victoria Falls. Roughly 1200 kilometers (750 miles) long, two and a half million gallons of water fall over a 300-foot drop in a matter of seconds and makes a continuous falling curtain of water. A path leads alongside this gorge to provide viewpoint after viewpoint of this breathtaking splendor.
Namibia has endless horizons and huge untamed wilderness areas. It has the oldest desert in the world, a magnificent coastline and one of the greatest game parks. Etosha National Park has incredible waterholes where the animals migrate and make the game viewing excellent.
Botswana is an untamed wilderness of Africa. The country has a very small population and the government has designated nearly 17% of the country to National Parks and a further 20% to protected wilderness areas. The world famous Okavango Delta is one of the last great wetlands in the world and all of these factors combination ensures that Botswana has s game, birdlife, and incredible floral kingdoms.
You will also visit Chobe National Park. The national park is home to a population of nearly 120,000 elephants and other large herds of buffalo, antelope, lion, and other predators.
During the safari, daily breakfast will be served for you. 16 lunches and 8 dinners will also be provided for you.