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Safari through Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe

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Film images and inspiring stories about Africa come to life on this journey. This trip is an impossible to describe experience. But once infected with the Africa virus, it will not let you go. You will always look back and long for the beautiful national parks of Zimbabwe, Botswana en Namibia. Wildlife parks where you will have spectacular encounters with wildlife (the famous Big Five of Africa) on foot and from a safari vehicle. You travel with a 4×4 vehicle in a small group. This trip will be a wonderful, precious memory!


From€ 3104/ per person
Caprivi Strip, Okavango Delta, Moremi Game Reserve, Makgadikgadi and Nxai Pans National Park, Chobe National Park, Victoria Falls National Park, Hwange National Park
Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana
Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls
  • Transport by 4x4 vehicle (2x4 van for transfers)
  • Accommodation in guesthouses / lodges / permanent tented camp
  • 14x breakfast, 11x lunch, 11x dinner
  • Mentioned activities
  • Entrance fees parks
  • Flights
  • Travel and cancellation insurance (required)
  • Possibly visa
  • Optional activity
  • Meals and drinks not mentioned
  • Personal expenses and fees
Adventure truck, minibus with driver
Full board including activities
Lodge, Permanent Tented Camp
From 12 years
Travel schedule -

Meals that are included are mentioned per day: B= Breakfast, L = lunch, D = dinner.

Day 1: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Upon arrival at the airport of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe You will be picked up and taken to your guesthouse. The rest of the day is at your leisure. At 18:00 there will be a group meeting at the accommodation, where you will receive important information and instructions about the trip.

Overnight at A’Zambezi River Lodge (or similar). Rooms with bathrooms en-suite, swimming pool, bar and restaurant.

Day 2: Victoria Falls (B)
Today you can own the Victoria Waterfalls if you have not done this yesterday. Other activities that are possible are: rafting, helicopter flight above the waterfall, bungee jump, bridge swing and more adrenaline-raising activities (for your own account). If you want to take it easy, you can also go for a drink on a terrace, visit the market or take a dip in the pool at your accommodation.

Day 3: Caprivi, Namibië (B, L, D)
After the breakfast you dive to Kazangula border post from where you enter Namibia. You drive through the Caprivi Strip and stops en route for lunch (prepared by your guide). This part of Namibia is rich in water, unlike the rest of the country. You will find lots of greenery, birds and wildlife here. In the afternoon you will arrive at Camp Kwando where you will spend the night. Enjoy a beautiful sunset along the Kwando River with the chance to see crocodiles or hippos.

Accommodation in chalets at Camp Kwando (or similar). Swimming pool, bar and restaurant. Day distance 345 km.

Day 4 – 5: Greater Bwabwata N.P. – Okavango Delta (2x B, 2x L, 2x D)
Today you get up early to make a game drive in the Greater Bwabwata National Park. Here you can see elephants, buffalo, kudus and many birds. From here you cross the border again Botswana and drives to Etosha on the western edge of the Okavango Delta, the largest inland delta in the world.

On day five you go the Okavango Delta explore further by mokoro (traditional canoe). You will be guided through the ‘water maze’ by local guides, a unique experience. Along the way you will dock at an island where you can take a 1.5-hour walk with a guide. It is possible to spot elephants, waterbucks or other game during this walk. A special experience to watch wildlife on foot.

Optionally you can make a helicopter flight above the Delta, advance reservation required.

The accommodation for the next two nights is located on the northwestern side of the Okavango River: 

Guma Lagoon Camp (or similar). You spend the night in permanent tents with en-suite bathrooms, there is a bar in the camp.

Lunch is made by the guide on the way, breakfast and dinner are at the accommodations. Day distance day four: 415 km.

Day 6: Khwai River Area (B, L, D)
After an early breakfast, travel south via Maun to the Kwai River region. This area is wild and you can see many different animals during game drives. Which animals you can encounter depends on the season.The best time to spot wild animals is at the end of the dry season in the African spring, these are the months of August to November.

Accommodation at Khwai Bedoin Camp (or similar) in a permanent tented camp with en-suite bathrooms. Breakfast and dinner are in the camp and lunch is provided by the guide. This is a special camp with beautiful Bedoin-style tents in the middle of nature. The camp uses solar energy. The tents are equipped with two single beds and an en-suite bathroom with shower and toilet. Day distance 420 km.

Day 7: Khwai River, Botwana (B, L, D)
Today is all about safari! With the open 4×4 safari vehicle you make a morning and an afternoon game drive in the Greater Moremi area In the evening after dinner you will again make a game drive with your guide, this time looking for nocturnal animals.

Overnight at Khwai Bedoin Camp (or similar). Meals in the camp. Day distance 150 km.

Day 8: Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana (B, L, D)
Today you also get up early to get the most out of the day. After exploring the Kwai area yesterday, it is now the turn of the Moremi game reserve.

One of the most beautiful and varied reserves in Africa, with an unprecedented amount of wild animals. Moremi is a combination of permanent water surfaces and dry areas that produces beautiful contrasts. There are also densely wooded areas where you might encounter the timid and rare leopard. With more than 500 different species of birds and animals such as buffalo, giraffe, lion cheetah, jackal and hyena, the park will not disappoint you. Wild Dogs are also regularly spotted and have since become part of a protection project. Day distance ± 150 km.

Overnight at Khwai Bedoin Camp (or similar).

Day 9: Nata – Makgadikgadi Pans (B, L)
After breakfast you leave the camp on the way to Nata and the Makgadikgadi salt plains. This was once a large salt water lake that was fed by a river. Today a large dry salt plain with here and there grass and ‘islands’ with baobab trees. Makgadikgadi is the largest salt pan in the world with an area of 37,000 square kilometers. Lunch is provided on the way by your guide. Day distance 430 km.

You will arrive late in the afternoon Nata Lodge (or similar).

Accommodation in permanent safari tents with en-suite bathroom. Swimming pool and bar available, dinner for own account.

Day 10 – 11: Chobe National Park (2x B, 1x L, 2x D)
You leave the lodge with a breakfast package. This morning you can visit Nata Bird Sanctuary where you have a beautiful view over the Sowa pan, part of the Makgadikgadi Pans (visit to the park depends on the condition of the roads and time-dependent). Then the journey continues to Kasane, also called the gateway to Chobe. Chobe National Park is the second largest wildlife park in Botswana and has a huge population of elephants. In the afternoon you can participate in an optional (safari) activity or relax at the accommodation.

On day 11 you start with a, hopefully spectacular, game drive in Chobe. This game drive leaves again early in the morning to have a better chance of spotting wild conductors. Upon your return to the camp, a breakfast / brunch will be ready for you. Like most wild animals, you probably want to be in the shade in the heat of the day. Take a cooling dip in the pool or take a nap in your room. Around three you will depart for a cruise on the Chobe River. During this peaceful cruise you can see elephants, hippos, crocodiles and a large amount of birds.

Two nights at Chobe Safari lodge (or similar) in en-suite rooms with bathrooms. Swimming pool, restaurant and bar.

Day 12 – 14: Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe (3x B, 3x L, 3x D)
Today you leave early for it Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. You will explore this wild area in the coming days during game drives. If time permits, you can optionally participate in an afternoon game drive on open day 12 per 4×4 safari vehicle (not included). Hwange is particularly known for the large herds of elephants, buffalo, zebras and giraffes that live here. You will be looking for these and other animals in the coming days. You will also visit the Painted Dog Conservation Center where you will receive more information about endangered species in this area and what is being done to protect them.

Three nights at Sable Sands (or similar), in chalets with bathroom en-suite. Swimming pool and bar.

Day 15: Victoria Falls (B)
This wonderful group trip ends after breakfast at your accommodation. You will be transferred to Victoria Falls airport for your return flight.

It is of course also possible to extend your stay for a few more days, ask us about the possibilities. Day distance 190 km.

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