- Experience the Okavango Delta & Kahali Desert
- Game Safari in the Mahango National Park & Mahango Game Reserve
- Climb the Tsodilo Hills and see 20, 000-year old cave tribal paintings
- Visit Victoria Falls & Raft on the Zambezi River
- Game viewing in Etosha National Park & African Wild Cat Safari
|Day 1||Windhoek sightseeing||Windhoek|
|Day 2||Ghanzi - Kalahari Desert - Botswana||Ghanzi|
|Day 3||Okavango Delta - Guma Lagoon - Okavango Panhandle||Okavango Delta|
|Day 4||Okavango Delta - Guma Lagoon - Okavango Panhandle||Okavango Delta|
|Day 5||Okavango Delta - Namibia - Mahango Game Reserve||Caprivi|
|Day 6||Mahango - Katima Mulilo - Botswana - Kasane - Chobe River Front||Kasane|
|Day 7||A'Zambezi River - Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe||Victoria Falls|
|Day 8||Zambezi River - Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe||Victoria Falls|
|Day 9||Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls – Namibia, Caprivi Kwando Area||Caprivi|
|Day 10||Kwando - Rundu||Rundu|
|Day 11||Rundu – East Etosha National Park||Namutoni|
|Day 12||Etosha National Park full day game drive & Etosha salt pans||Etosha National Park|
|Day 13||Etosha Park - Okonjima Nature Reserve & Wild Cat Safari||Etosha National Park|
|Day 14||Otjiwarongo - Greater Windhoek - Na'an Ku se||Windhoek|
|Day 15||Depart Namibia|
Day 1: Windhoek sightseeing
Welcome to Windhoek! Today, you'll arrive at Windhoek International Airport and transfer to Windhoek. Situated in central Namibia, the city serves as the capital of the country. It is described as a place with a “continental" atmosphere due to its architecture with historical buildings dating back to German colonial rule, as well as its cuisine, culture, dress codes, and educational institutions.
Day 2: Ghanzi - Kalahari Desert - Botswana
This morning, after breakfast, you'll leave Windhoek and head to Botswana. You'll be taking the Trans-Kalahari-Highway, which is a relatively new road with the invaluable communication link between Namibia, Botswana, and South Africa. Your route will first take you to the small town of Gobabis—one of the leading livestock farming centers of Namibia, and then on to the border. You'll then continue driving to the town of Ghanzi, located in the center of Botswana.
As a celebration of San culture, the community delight in sharing their culture and extraordinary knowledge of the Kalahari with guests through bush walks, traditional dancing, fire making, craft making, trapping and storytelling, or experience everything and more, over a full day Bushman Experience.
Day 3: Okavango Delta - Guma Lagoon - Okavango Panhandle
Today, get an early start and jump into your car and head to some of the fascinating places in Southern Africa! You'll drive across the linear dunes of the stunning Kalahari while passing through small towns. As you witness the change in vegetation, you'll know that you've arrived on the very western edge of a natural wonder of the world—the Okavango Delta.
You will reach the Okavango Panhandle, which is a stretch of the Okavango River, situated in the northwestern area of the delta. It flows for approximately 43 miles (70 km) before entering the wetland, and this deep channel serves as the primary water source feeding the delta. It offers excellent tiger and bream fishing, while the surrounding woodlands and the river’s shallow waters teem with a myriad of birds.
Enjoy excellent fishing, first-class birding, boating on the Okavango River, and experience game viewing in the Mahango National Park. Guma offers a lot of exciting activities, such as overnight camping trips into the Okavango Delta on mokoros (dugout canoe) or boats and night exploration on the backwaters. If you want to add to the adventure, you can see the majestic delta from above in an R44 helicopter.
Driving distance: 233 miles (375 km)
Day 4: Okavango Delta - Guma Lagoon - Okavango Panhandle
Today, the excitement happens on the water. This morning you'll leave your vehicle behind and travel first by motor-boat and then by traditional mokoro, deep into the Delta. The mokoro will be your main form of transport during the day These fantastic traditional crafts are specially designed for the narrow waterways of the Okavango and allow for you to travel further into the Delta than if you were using more modern forms of transport.
Day 5: Okavango Delta - Namibia - Mahango Game Reserve
Back on the road today, your next destination is Namibia. After passport control, you'll head directly into the Mahango Game Reserve, which is a small but beautiful park right on the edge of the Okavango River. Your game drives your way through Mahango and has the chance to spot unique Namibian species such as the roan antelope and the majestic sable antelope.
Bordering Botswana, the Mahango Game Park provides a convenient stopover between Katima Mulilo and Rundu. It also forms part of the beautiful Bwabwata National Park. The park's landscape is characterized by woodlands, vast floodplains of the Okavango River basin known as omurambas and the Kavango River.
Driving distance: 83 miles (133 km)
Day 6: Mahango - Katima Mulilo - Botswana - Kasane - Chobe River Front
Today, you'll depart Mahango and drive towards Katima Mulilo, before crossing back across the border into Botswana on the road that will bring you straight to the world-famous Chobe National Park. Chobe has the world’s largest population of African elephants, and the chance of seeing big games is excellent as you'll transit through from the park to the small town of Kasane.
The Chobe River flows through the northern part of the Chobe National Park and makes a proud statement with its abundant and diverse game viewing opportunities. This part of the park is best known for its dense concentration of wildlife, including elephant and hippo populations. The waters attract a wide range of games, including large packs of buffalo and lions that prey on them.
Suggested activities include:
Chobe Safari Game Drive
On a game safari in Chobe, you will have the opportunity to view abundant species of animal life up-close. You'll have a high chance of encountering a large predator during your drive. There are usually three different times during the day for your safari drive, with the evening experience being one of a kind. You can choose either a half or full-day trip with a picnic lunch.
Chobe Safari Boat Cruises
Going on a boat cruise in Chobe is an excellent way to experience the Chobe National Park, and it's common to witness herds of elephants crossing the Chobe river into the island. Other animal species such as crocodiles and hippos can be seen lounging in the sun by the riverside.
There are three main types of boat cruises that offer three different experiences. The standard cruise boards approximately 30-40 people, and the bigger boat features a bar on board for refreshments.
Day 7: Zambezi River - Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Today, enjoy a hot drink in the morning, and head on a leisurely game drive to explore the Chobe National Park by road. With the opportunity to view an abundance of elephant and other big game species up close, you'll surely encounter one of the large predators.
Driving distance: 51 miles (82 km)
Day 8: Zambezi River - Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
This day, you'll have the whole day to explore the area and take part in optional activities. It is an excellent opportunity to either relax after your trip or get active. You can enjoy adventures such as helicopter flights, micro lighting, walking with Lions, and elephant rides.
In the afternoon, visit the majestic Victoria Falls, locally called “Mosi-oa-Tunya”—the smoke that thunders. The falls constitute one of the most spectacular natural wonders of the world.
Suggested activities include:
Wild Horizons Sundowner Cruise The Zambezi River cruise is a great way to relax and enjoy the beauty of the River. You'll see a large variety of games, including hippo, crocodile, and elephant, as well as enjoy the many unique bird species. The Sunset cruise is a popular activity with great photo opportunities against often spectacular African sunsets. Flocks of birds skim the waterline while the sun sets behind the African skyline.
Duration: 2 hours
You can enjoy this tour in the morning or afternoon. En route, you'll have the option to stop at the "Big Tree" and take photos. A guide will accompany you through the rainforest, who will give a brief history of the falls and tell you about the flora, fauna, bird & wildlife, as well as other points of interest.
Duration: 2 hours
Wild Horizons White Water Rafting (Low)
Wild Horizons Helicopter Flight
The short, but wild horizon helicopter flights depart regularly throughout the day and offer spectacular photographic opportunities. You will b picked up from your hotel and transferred to the Helipad, where you'll be taking off in a helicopter with panoramic views of Victoria Falls. A trip upriver and back over the Zambezi National Park will complete your flight.
Day 9: Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls – Namibia, Caprivi Kwando Area
Early this morning, depart Zimbabwe and continue to Kwando of Namibia, via Katima Mulilo. The Kwando-Linyanti river system is known for its exotic animal species and luxury safari options. Once you arrive, you'll notice the abundant wildlife which roams freely between the woodland habitats, ancient floodplains, and forests in these unfenced reserves.
Driving distance: 193 miles (311 km)
Day 10: Kwando - Rundu
Rise and shine! Today, you'll head to the small town of Rundu in northern Namibia. The place is so unspoiled that while you are here, you will experience nature as it was first created. Bordering Angola, in the north of Namibia, the town of Rundu serves as the capital of the eastern Kavango region.
Driving distance: 251 miles (404 km)
Day 11: Rundu – East Etosha National Park
It's time to rise early once again and drive south towards Etosha National Park. This way, you'll arrive in the early afternoon with enough time to enjoy some game drive activities. Announced as Namibia’s first conservation area in 1907 by the German government at the time, it is one of the most accessible and most significant game reserves in Africa.
Driving distance: 487 miles (463 km)
Day 12: Etosha National Park full day Game Drive & Etosha Salt Pans
Today, a full day’s worth of game driving awaits you. You'll leave early to enjoy the fresh morning air, before making your way to Halali Camp, situated in the middle of the Etosha National Park. By noon, you can enjoy lunch at Halali and visit the surroundings of Halali before continuing driving to the Okaukuejo.
After your evening meal, there are still more chances to see Etosha’s big game at a floodlit waterhole, situated on the boundary of our camp and easily reachable within a minute or two on foot. The waterhole has been described as one of the best game viewing opportunities in Southern Africa and the ideal venue to witness peculiar animal politics.
Located just south of the boundary of Etosha National Park in northwestern Namibia, Etosha South makes up the southern region of this wild paradise. Ongava Private Game Reserve shares the south border with Etosha National Park and offers an array of luxury lodges overlooking picturesque landscapes dotted with abundant wildlife.
Years ago, Etosha Pan was the bed of a vast lake; today, what remains is a glittering, silvery-green salt pan that stretches across roughly 1930 mi2 (5000 km2). Etosha is protected by the Etosha Pan National Park, surrounded by savannah plains and woodlands supporting vast herds of elephants.
Day 13: Etosha Park - Okonjima Nature Reserve & Wild Cat Safari
It's time for one more morning game drive before you leave Etosha, but this will not be the only one today. After the game drive, head to Okonjima and the well-known Okonjima Nature Reserve for a unique safari experience. The reserve lies midway between Etosha National Park and Windhoek, and you should aim to arrive in the mid-afternoon.
Driving distance: 157 miles (253 km)
Day 14: Okonjima - Greater Windhoek - Na'an Ku se
It's time for more personal interaction with Africa's Wild Cats. This morning, enjoy a tour where you'll get to meet and get a close-up with some of the cheetahs that are going through the African rehabilitation program. After the tour, return to Windhoek, via Okahandja where you can stopover at the Wooden Craft Market before driving to the N/a’an Ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary located just a twenty-minute drive from Windhoek.
Driving distance: 218 miles (351 km)
Day 15: Depart Namibia
Depending on your flight departure time, you can still do some optional activities in the morning. Depart from the lodge and continue to the Airport in time for checking in for your flight back home.