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Selfdrive through fascinating Namibia & Botswana

From 3756/ per person
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You can also end this trip in Kasane or Maun. Ask us for a customized program.

This trip combines two completely different countries. The dry and vast Namibia, with its deserts and sand dunes and the safari paradise Botswana. But a visit to these countries would not be complete without a visit to the largest waterfalls in the world: the Victoria Falls. A stay on the Zimbabwean side of the falls is included


From€ 3756/ per person
Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana
  • 21 overnight stays in mentioned accommodations, or similar.
  • Meals accordingt to program
  • 22 day car rental category BTSC, or similar
  • When staying at Camp Kuzuma, three activities per day are included
  • All prices are based on accommodation in double rooms or equivalent and car rental for two people unless otherwise stated. Are you going with more or fewer people? Then ask about the discount or surcharge.
  • Route description and global map
  • Flights and visa
  • Travel and cancellation insurance
  • Optional excursions, we are happy to reserve these for you
  • Conservation fees and entrance fees
  • Cross border fees car hire
  • Possibly one way fee if you want to end the trip in Kasane or Maun
  • Additional costs car rental
  • GPS Rental
  • Not mentioned meals and drinks
own car
Bed and breakfast
If you travel in the period from 1 March to 30 June 2019, there is a discount on the stay at Camp Kuzuma. Ask us for more information.
Dag 1: Windhoek -

After arriving at Windhoek Airport, pick up your rental car (Toyota Single Cab BTSC, or similar) and drive to your accommodation in Windhoek.

You will immediately notice that the roads are much quieter than we are used to in the Netherlands. Even driving in the capital is a lot easier! Keep in mind that there is a left-hand drive in Namibia. Click here for more information about driving in Namibia.

You stay one night at The Utopia Boutique Hotel, located in Klein Windhoek.

You can explore the city on your own. We recommend having a drink during sunset in the Sky Bar of the Hilton Hotel in the center of Windhoek. Here you can enjoy a beautiful view. If you like meat and can also appreciate a beer, we recommend you have a bite to eat at the iconic Joe’s Beer house, a cozy restaurant with a good atmosphere and a pub-like appearance.

Day 2-3: Windhoek - Sossusvlei (333 km, approx. 4,5 hours drive) -
Day 4-5: Sossusvlei - Swakopmund (346 km, approx. 4 hours and 30 minutes drive) -
Day 6: Swakopmund - Damaraland (308 km, 4 hours) -
Day 7-8: Damaraland - Etosha National Park (247 km, 2 hours and 30 minutes drive) -
Day 9: Etosha National Park - Rundu (435 km, approx. 4 hours and 30 min. drive) -
Day 10: Rundu - Poppa Falls (213 km, approx. 2 hours and 48 min. drive) -
Day 11-12: Popa Falls - Bwabwata National Park (231 km, approx. 2hours and 30 min. drive) -
Day 13: Bwabwata National Park - Chobe River (199 km, approx. 2 hours and 19 min. drive) -
Day 14-15: Chobe River - Victoria Falls (141 km, approx. 2-4 hours drive, depending on border crossing) -
Day 16-17: Victoria Falls - Kuzuma Forest Reserve (148 km,approx . 2,5 depending on border crossing) -
Day 18: Kuzuma Forest Reserve - Nata (240 km, approx. 3 hours drive) -
Day 19-20: Nata - Maun (328 km,approx. 4 hours drive) -
Day 20: Maun - Ghanzi (315 km, approx. 3.5 hours drive) -
Day 21: Ghanzi - Windhoek (485 km, approx. 4 hours and 51 min. drive) -


p.o.a. = Price on request

Prices per person based on 2 travellers

Contact us for a proposal in case you are travelling with more or less travellers and/or kids.

All prices subject to availability and changes.


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