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Group tour through Adventurous Botswana for the ‘Young at Heart’ traveler

From 1934/ per person
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An adventurous trip for the 40+ active and healthy traveler who loves the nature and wildlife of Africa. During this trip you will visit a variety of national parks in Botswana including the vast Makgadikgadi Pans, the water-rich Okavango Delta and wildlife parks such as Moremi, Chobe, Khama Rhino and the Tuli Block. You also cross the border for two days to Zimbabwe to view the huge Victoria Falls. During this trip you mainly sleep in (dome) tents with stretchers, but these are stored for you by the camp management. The guides also ensure that meals are prepared and the camp is tidy. So you only have to enjoy!

The travel schedule below is for travel in 2020. If you travel in 2019, this trip will count for 14 days (the first night in Johannesburg is not part of the travel program).

Specifications

7968
From€ 1934/ per person
15days
Zimbabwe, South Africa, Botswana
Johannesburg
Johannesburg
  • 11 nights fully catered camping, 3 nights hotel
  • 13x breakfast, 10x lunch and 11x dinner
  • Entrance fees and activities as described
  • Transport in adventure truck with professional driver, guide and camp management
  • Flights and possibly visa
  • Travel and cancellation insurance
  • Any overnight stays before and after the trip
  • Local payment of USD 200 per person which is used for cash payments during the trip
  • Optional activities/excursions
  • Not mentioned meals and drinks
  • Personal expenses and fees (including for the guides)
Adventure truck
bed and breakfast, full board
Camping, 2 nights hotel
Budget
Yes
No
You stay 11 nights in double dome tents (stretcher, mattress, sleeping bag and pillow included). The camp management sets up the tents for you and prepares all meals, you do not have to do anything yourself. Two nights in a hotel in Victoria Falls on a bed and breakfast basis.

Overige informatie

yes, Yes
Minimum 4 and maximum 16 participants.
Extra activities are possible in some places (see day program)
English
English
Yes
No
Yes
No
Dagprogramma
Day 1: Johannesburg -

You will be taken from the airport by bus to the hotel. Depending on your arrival time, you will have the opportunity to see something of Johannesburg today. For example, a visit to the Apartheid Museum, excursion with local guide to the township of Soweto or a city tour through Johannesburg. But just relaxing after a long flight is also a great idea. The hotel is part of Emperor’s Palace, an entertainment resort near the airport.

Here you will find many restaurants (from fast food to very luxurious), casinos and theaters. Your hotel has a swimming pool, bar and WiFi.

You are expected at the hotel reception at 18:00. Here you will meet the guide and your fellow travelers. You can now pay the local payment of 200 USD per person to the guide. This contribution is used to make cash payments during the trip (such as entrance fees to game reserves). After a short introduction and the opportunity to ask questions, you can dine at a restaurant. If you only arrive late in the evening, you will meet the tour group and the guide the next morning. In that case you can also choose to stay an extra night at the hotel before the journey starts.

Accommodation: Peermont Metcourt Hotel (or equivalent) in a double room with en-suite bathroom
Included: transfer from the airport to the hotel
Day 2: Johannesburg - Khama Rhino Sanctuary -
Day 3: Khama Rhino - Maun -
Day 4-5: Moremi Game Reserve, Kwai region -
Day 6: Maun -
Day 7: Okavango Delta - Maun -
Day 8-9: Chobe Rivier, Kasane -
Day 10-11: Victoria Falls -
Day 12: Makgadikgadi salt pans -
Day 13-14: Tuli Wilderness Camp -
Day 15: return Johannesburg -
Departure dates -
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Prices per person based on 2 travellers

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All prices subject to availability and changes.

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