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Duration: 14 Days
Location: Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe
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• Namib Naukluft Park
• Sesriem Canyon
• Sossusvlei
• Swakopmund
• Twyfelfontein Rock Engravings
• Petrified Forest
• Rock Finger
• Etosha National Park
• Okavango River
• Kavango Traditional Village
• Mokoro Safari
• Sunset Boat Cruise on Chobe River
• Open vehicle Safari in Chobe National Park
• Victoria Falls
• Excellent photographic opportunities



After completing the formalities at customs, you will be met by your guide. Windhoek is a city that is bordered by Eros and Aus Mountain and towards the west stretches the Khomas Hochland. Windhoek is very clean and has a cosmopolitan flair. The German influence in the language and culture is still very much present.

Overnight at a hotel in Windhoek.


DAY 2       SESRIEM       345km

After breakfast, leave Windhoek, travelling through Rehoboth and Remhoogte Pass, on way to the Namib Naukluft Park, which is Namibia’s largest Nature Reserve of about 50,000sqkm, consisting of gravel plains, mountains and dune area. In the afternoon visit Sesriem Canyon, which is situated about 5km from the campsite and is in the upper Tsauchab River.

Overnight at Sesriem Camp.

Guide experience: “What astounds me, of this Sossusvlei area, is that every time you arrive in the vicinity of the majestic red sand dunes, you feel the smallness of man. Standing on the ridge of the dune, looking onto the white clay pan with the dead camel thorn trees, one can only marvel at the breathtaking view of the contrast of the different colours of the landscape.”


DAY 3       SESRIEM       135km

Leave camp very early to travel a short distance to view the spectacular sunrise at Sossusvlei. These magnificent red coloured sand dunes are a photographer’s dream. Some of these dunes are 300m (the highest in the world).

Overnight at Sesriem Camp.


DAY 4       SWAKOPMUND       355km

Depart from Sesriem to Swakopmund. On the way, stop at Walvis Bay to view the birdlife, like pelicans and flamingos, on the lagoon. Thereafter travel only 35km to Swakopmund, the Adventure Capital of Namibia. Sandboarding, horse riding, parasailing, ballooning, kayaking, camel rides, scenic flights, quad biking and fishing are only some of the large number of activities on offer.

Overnight at a lodge in the vicinity of Swakopmund for two nights.

Guide experience: “I can still not believe that the earlier Pioneers could travel by ox wagons through this vast area where surface water is not available except in good rainy years.  One always has this notion that around the next bend, you could stumble on a camel-train with their Arabian masters. Till today it is unbelievable to me that wildlife can adapt to this vast and rough terrain and seeing the oryx gazelle running up the side of the red sand dune in a healthy condition, leave me in absolute amazement of the adaptability of the plant and wildlife of this country of contrast.” 



Today you can enjoy a full day of adventurous excursions or do some relaxing. A visit to the town centre is also a wonderful experience. The German influence is very remarkable.

Guide experience: “Swakopmund always reminds me of all the adventurous times that we spend on the dunes: Sandboarding, quad biking, dune driving (for which not all has the courage), and surfing and fishing.  In the evening after the day’s exploration, when the mist roll in from the sea, and you are sitting in one of the Bauhaus’s enjoying an excellent meal and German beer, you have the feeling that you could just as well be somewhere in Europe.”


DAY 6       TWYFELFONTEIN       350km

Travel from Swakopmund via Henties Bay, Uis, through the Namib Desert, to Twyfelfontein. Visit the renowned rock engravings at Twyfelfontein, which is an extensive gallery of rock engravings consisting of about 2,000 petroglyphs, and the Petrified Forest with its 300 million-year-old tree trunks.

Guide experience: “Moving into Damaraland, we experience the wide openness of this rocky and unforgiving area, which can be transformed from a completely desert area into a green landscape if only the rain will come.”


DAY 7       ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK       380km

Depart from Twyfelfontein Camp to Etosha National Park, passing through the towns of Khorixas and Outjo on the way, visiting the Rock Finger in the Uchab Valley. Etosha National Park was established in 1907 by the German Colonial Administration. The park covers an area of more than 22,000sqkm and represents almost all African animal species.

Overnight at Okaukeujo Camp.

Guide experience: “Visiting Okaukuejo will always remind me of an incident years ago while sleeping in my tent during one of my numerous visits. During the night my wife woke me to tell me that the lions were roaring at the floodlit waterhole. I wasn’t fully awake and told her that it was the neighbour campers that were snoring, only to find out the next morning, that it wasn’t our neighbour snoring, but a lion that caught a kudu at the waterhole during the night.”


DAY 8       ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK       140km  

After breakfast travel through Etosha to Namutoni Camp, doing game viewing en route. Visit Halali camp to have lunch.

Overnight at Namutoni Camp.

DAY 9       RUNDU       375km  

Travel from Etosha to Rundu, that lies on the bank of the Okavango River, bordering Angola. Rundu is the Capital of the Kavango Region.

Overnight at a Lodge in the vicinity of Rundu.

Guide experience: “Leaving the Etosha National Park, always leaves one with a little feeling of sadness, but with a lot of wonderful memories and moments to remember forever. What I will always remember about Rundu, is the early morning singing of the woman, while doing the washing of the family’s clothes and the children cheerfully playing on the sand of the Okavango River.”


DAY 10       NGEPI       215km 

Departing from Rundu, travel to Bagani where you will overnight at Ngepi Camp. Ngepi Camp is situated in the upper part of the Okavango Delta Panhandle.

Overnight at Ngepi Camp.

Guide experience: “Ngepi Camp has a very relaxed atmosphere with friendly people and the view at the campsite is something to experience.”


DAY 11       NGEPI       100 km

Today you will have the opportunity to visit a Kavango Village to learn more about their culture. You will also spend the day exploring the Okavango River on Mokoro (dug-out canoe).

Overnight at Ngepi Camp.


DAY 12       KASANE       466km

Travel from Ngepi through the Caprivi Strip to Kasane in Botswana, which lies on the bank of the Zambezi River and this is where Four Countries meet (Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe). Pass through the Ngoma Border post into Botswana. At your lodge in Kasane, the vehicles will be returned to the Vehicle Rental Company.

Overnight at a Lodge in Kasane.


DAY 13       KASANE 

Early morning, enjoy some wildlife viewing in an open safari vehicle, into the well known Chobe National Park with its spectacular wildlife. In the late afternoon, take a Sunset Boat Cruise on the Chobe River. This is the highlight of the game viewing experience.

Overnight at a Lodge in Kasane.

Guide experience: “The boat cruise on the Chobe River is not only a highlight for me but also for anybody else that has ever done a safari here. Never before have I seen so many different species of birds, especially rare specimens, in one area. Anything from the majestic African fish eagle to the smallest of kingfishers including the malachite kingfisher, with its multitude of colours. The two biggest killers in Africa, crocodiles and hippos, are readily on display for you to take the perfect pictures. My personal highlight on the boat cruise is watching the elephant herds crossing the Chobe River, sometimes only their trunks being visible above the water, working as a snorkel to breathe. Sipping on my drink, having a heard of elephant passing through my view of the red setting sun, WHAT TRANQUILLITY!!!!”


DAY 14       VICTORIA FALLS       100km  

Today you will be transferred through the Kazangula Border Post into Zimbabwe, on way to Victoria Falls. Arriving at Vic Falls, visit the world-renowned Victoria Falls, as well as an African Market. Thereafter you will be transferred to the Airport for your flight back to Johannesburg.

Guide experience: “The Victoria Waterfall always reminds me of how small man is against the might of nature. This is the only place where you can get completely wet without a rain cloud in the sky. On this last day there is a sombre feeling and a lot of thoughts that pass through your mind. All the experiences of the past days, all the lasting friendships that were forged around the campfires, all these things fill your mind and the longing to return to this very special part of Africa, occupies the time spent travelling back to modern civilization and the rat race. When meeting people for the first time at the airport they are clients, and on the day of their departure they have become friends of mine.”

During the writing of this itinerary and putting down some of the experiences that we had on all our travels through Botswana and Namibia, we relived it all with smiles and laughs. Sometimes we had the smell of the dust and the bush in our noses; felt the vibration and the sound of our 4×4 vehicle’s engine groaning as we climbed the sand ridges of Botswana, experienced the diversity of Namibia, and viewed the spectacular Victoria Falls!

Total Distance on this Safari is approximately 3000km


• Fully equipped 4×4 Vehicle with camping equipment and two rooftop tents
• Vehicle Collection Fee
• Radio communication between vehicles
• Lodge and Hotel accommodation
• Park / Camping / Vehicle Entry Fees
• Fuel
• Guide and Cook
• Vehicle Permits and Border Surcharges
• Transfer from Hosea Kutako Airport to Hotel in Windhoek
• Transfer from Kasane in Botswana to Victoria Falls, and Airport in Zimbabwe
• Recovery vehicle
• Mineral Water

Accommodation – Included
• 1 Night Hotel accommodation in Windhoek
• 2 Night’s camping at Sesriem Canyon
• 2 Night’s Lodge accommodation in Swakopmund
• 1 Night camping at Twyfelfontein
• 2 Night’s camping at Etosha Nat. Park
• 1 Night Lodge accommodation at Rundu
• 2 Night’s camping at Ngepi Camp
• 2 Night’s Lodge accommodation at Kasane
Accommodation is subject to change due to availability

Excursions – Included
• Sesriem Canyon
• Sossusvlei
• Twyfelfontein Rock Engravings and Petrified Forest
• Rock Finger
• Mokoro Safari and Kavango Village visit
• Game Drive in Chobe National Park
• Sunset Boat Cruise on Chobe River

Optional Excursions, At own account
• All Excursions in and around Swakopmund
• Night Game drives in Etosha National Park
• Visit to Victoria Falls


• Visas

• All Flights to and from Namibia, Zimbabwe and South Africa

• Items of personal nature

• Alcohol and Cold Drinks

• Gratuities

• Meals not specified

• All excursions which are not included

• All Vaccinations and Medicine

• Personal & Medical & Travel Insurance

•  Vehicle Excess as determined by Rental Company


Travel  documents:

  • Valid Passport
  • National & International Drivers License
  • Visas
  • Personal, Medical & Travel Insurance


Should your driver’s license not be issued in ENGLISH, the NATIONAL and the INTERNATIONAL drivers licenses have to be presented. The INTERNATIONAL driver’s license is ONLY valid in conjunction with the NATIONAL driver’s license. Kindly make sure to abide to the above, in order to ensure that the insurance takes effect in terms of the rental agreement.