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Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe Ultimate Safari Tour

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We give travelers a platform to customize their tour ,and do allow them to do their optional activities (but only at their expenses)for example flight scenery of Victoria Falls ,Okavango .

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Day 1 Windhoek

Stop At: Windhoek

Your adventure experience begins in Namibia’s capital city-Windhoek. Meet your driver and guide and have some time to spend exploring the beautiful town.

Duration: 1 hour

Day 2 Sesriem ,Namibia

Stop At: Sesriem

Day 2-3 After a hearty breakfast, we rock the road to the edge of the Namib Desert. You will have a chance to experience the amazing colour changes of the world’s highest sand dunes. A 5km walk will take us to Sossusvlei and Deadvlei. Then in the afternoon we hike through the Sesriem Canyon.

Duration: 7 hour

Day 3 Swakopmund,Namibia

Stop At: Swakopmund

Today we reach Walvis Bay where we sit and view the flamingos feeding, while we too enjoy our lunch together. The afternoon is spent in Swakopmund where we can walk around this German colonial town or partake in one of the optional excursions such as dolphin cruises or scenic flights over the Namib. Dinner is on your own expense.

Duration: 5 hour

Day 4 Damaraland

Stop At: Damaraland

Damaraland, Namibia The name ‘Damara’ was given to the north-central portion of Namibia and inhabited by the Damara people, an ethnic group that forms 8.5% of the population in Namibia. The area is an enormous and jagged landscape with mountain ranges interrupted by broad gravel plains which transform into sandy, vegetated riverbeds and hot, arid valleys. Our lodge is located on the top of a mountain giving us a bird’s eye view of the area. Enjoy an afternoon relaxing by the pool. Accommodation: Ugab Terrace Lodge (or similar accommodation) Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Duration: 24 hour

Day 5 Etosha National Park

Stop At: Etosha National Park

We continue on to the infamous Etosha National Park where we will take game drives and relax by the waterholes that are illuminated at night. The salt pan here is so large that it can be seen from space! The wildlife here is abundant and you will have plenty of photo opportunities. This evening, you can look forward to a game drive from our lodge. Accommodation: Etosha Village (or similar accommodation) Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Duration: 10 hour

Day 6 Etosha Day 2

Stop At: Etosha National Park

We make our way into Etosha National Park which was first formed in 1907 when Namibia was a German colony referred to as ‘South West Africa’. The park is one of the most crucial reserves and game havens in Africa, and is home to countless wildlife including the likes of blue wildebeest, springbok, zebra, kudu, giraffe, cheetah, leopard, lion and elephant. Our day is spent game driving through the reserve from west to east where we will look out for these animals and take short breaks to stretch our legs and enjoy the surroundings. Accommodation: Mokuti Lodge (or similar accommodation) Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Duration: 7 hour

Day 7 Okavango River ,Namibia

Stop At: Okavango Delta

Okavango River, Namibia Departing from Etosha we make our way into the Caprivi, occasionally referred to as the Caprivi Strip, Caprivi Panhandle or the Okavango Strip, and previously known as Itenge. It is a thin protrusion of Namibia in the east that is around 450 kilometres long, between Botswana in the south, Angola and Zambia in the north, and the Okavango area to the west. You have the option of going on a boat cruise (own expense) where you can calmly observe the wildlife and bird life that surrounds you on every turn. Accommodation: Hakusembe River Lodge (or similar accommodation) Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 8 Okavango Delta

Stop At: Okavango Delta

Today we continue travelling to the road at the edge of the Okavango Delta. The next morning we enjoy a 30 minute boat trip into the delta. Enjoy a mokoro ride as well as game walks on the island. Be sure to enjoy the activities available to partake in. Accommodation: Swampstop Chalets Meals: Breakfast x 2, Lunch x 2, Dinner x 2

Duration: 8 hour

Day 9 Kwando River

Stop At: Kwando Concession NG20

Kwando River, Namibia Leaving the Delta behind we make our way back to our vehicle and cross into Namibia once again. We journey to the East making our way to the Caprivi Strip and arrive at our lodge that overlooks the Kwando River. Upon arrival you see the flood plains of the Kwando River. Accommodation: Namushasha River Lodge (or similar accommodation) Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 10 Chobe Front ,Botswana

Stop At: Chobe National Park

Making our way into Botswana through the Chobe NP, we spend an evening on the Chobe Riverbanks. Chobe is renowned for its stunning landscapes, incredible sunsets and wealth of wildlife. Chobe National Park was officially named a National Park in 1967. The Park is most likely most famous for its massive elephant herds which can reach numbers of up to 50,000. The Park is dominated by the beautiful Chobe River, which flows through the reserve and where wildlife is frequently seen wandering down for a drink. The different habitats in the Chobe National Park include floodplains, Mopani trees, baobab trees, acacia woodlands, and lush flood grasslands and thickets lining the Chobe River. Before the sun sets we will cruise along the river for some more game viewing. There is also an optional morning game drive (own expense). Accommodation: Chobe Safari Lodge (or similar accommodation) Meals: Breakfast x 2, Dinner x 2

Duration: 24 hour

Day 11 Victoria Falls ,Zimbabwe

Stop At: Mosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria Falls National Park

Mosi Oa Tunya National Park (‘the smoke that thunders’), more famously known as Victoria Falls, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Park spreads over 66 kilometres from the Songwe Gorge beneath the Falls in a northwest arc along approximately 20 kilometres of the banks of the Zambian River. Both Zambia and Zimbabwe share the majestic Falls. Witnessing the magnificent ‘smoke that thunders’ for the first time is a truly unforgettable experience. We take the route across the Zimbabwean border to the Falls. Days here can be spent browsing through the local markets or taking part in the activities such as elephant-back safaris, rhino walks, picturesque microlight/helicopter flights, white water rafting or bungee jumping from a spectacular height of 111 metres. Visiting the falls will be at your own expense. Accommodation:A’ Zambezi Hotel (or similar accommodation). Meals: Breakfast

Day 12 Departure

Stop At: Mosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria Falls National Park

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe Our magnificent journey comes to an end after breakfast. Meals: Breakfast Onward Travel Plans Due to circumstances beyond our control while on tour (such as border crossings, traffic, breakdowns and delays, etc), the end time on the last day cannot be guaranteed. Therefore we strongly recommend you stay the night and fly out the next day. *You have an option of adding Hwange National Park and Matobo National Park which is an extra 3 nights. These incur an additional cost.