Namibia, Botswana & Victoria Falls

Namibia, Botswana & Victoria Falls

This fantastic trip is aimed at adventurous and active travelers over the age of 40. You will be able to walk on the ocher-red dunes in the world’s oldest desert, the Namib Desert, discover the coastal city of Swakopmund and join an exciting safari in the Etosha National Park. We spend our time on the bird-rich Okavango and Kwando rivers in Botswana. In Zimbabwe, we look out over the world’s largest waterfall, the mighty Victoria Falls. Short for NA by Abbreviationfinder, Namibia is a country starting with N defined by Countryaah.

The group consists of mixed nationalities, minimum 4 and maximum 16 participants. The trip is for 16 days / 15 nights and we are happy to help with extra arrangements in connection with the trip.

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Highlights:
Sossusvlei, Etosha National Park, Okavango Delta and Victoria

Falls The following are included in the trip:

  • 1 night at Safari Court Hotel incl . breakfast
  • 2 nights at Desert Quiver Camp breakfast and dinner
  • 2 nights at The Delight incl . breakfast
  • 1 night at Ugab Terrace Lodge breakfast and dinner
  • 1 night at Okakeujo Restcamp breakfast and dinner
  • 1 night at Mokuti Lodgebreakfast and dinner
  • 1 night at Hakusembe River Lodge breakfast and dinner
  • 2 nights on Pepere Island breakfast and dinner and 1 lunch day 11
  • 1 night at Namushasha River Lodge breakfast and dinner
  • 2 nights at C hobe Safari Lodge breakfast and dinner
  • 1 night at Sprayview Hotel breakfast and dinner
  • Meals according to program
  • Activities according to program
  • Guided by a professional and English-speaking guide
  • Transport between the places according to the program with an overland truck, a kind of safari bus

Price from: SEK 33,395 per person
For more detailed information, see program and travel facts / price

Day 1. Windhoek

This afternoon is spent in Windhoek on your own. Take the opportunity to discover Namibia’s capital, which has a mix of German historic buildings and modern office complexes. Overnight at Safari Court Hotel.

Day 2-3. Sesriem

In the morning it carries off towards the desert, where our accommodation in the small community Semsriem, is located right on the border of the Namib Desert. The next morning we get up early to go into Sossusvlei, which has the famous ocher red dunes that can not be seen anywhere else in the world. We stop at the far end of the road to see the changing warm colors of apricot, orange, red and maroon on the cushions during sunrise. The walk to Dead Vlei, 5 km, which is a dry clay smoke in the middle of the sand dunes where dead acacia trees remain as a skeleton against the blue sky, is 5 km. In the afternoon we take a short walk through Sesriem Canyon, one of the few places in the area that has water all year round. Overnight at Desert Quiver Camp.
Meals. Breakfast and dinner

Day 4-5. Swakopmund

We reach the coast at Walvis Bay and during lunch we may see beautiful flamingos searching for food in the streams. We continue towards Swakopmund and spend the afternoon there. The next day we discover on our own this German colonial city, popular with both tourists and locals. It is also possible to book one of the extra excursions, such as a boat trip with a chance to see dolphins or why not look out over the huge Namib desert from the air? Overnight at The Delight.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 6. Damaraland

We drive inland to Damaraland which with its beautiful desert landscape, different wildlife and incredible rock formations can make even the most experienced traveler lose his breath. Here the mountains are broken into plains, dried up river beds and warm, dry valleys. Our lodge is located on top of a mountain, with spectacular views. Spend the afternoon just enjoying the incredible environment or relaxing by the pool. Overnight at Ugab Terrace Lodge.
Meals: Breakfast and dinner

Day 7. Etosha National Park

Today we continue towards Etosha National Park where we get to experience our first game drive. The park is known for its arid salt desert, which can be seen from space. Lots of animals gather at the water holes and it is a good place to see animals that have specially adapted to the desert climate. The national park is i.a. home to the endangered cheetah and the rhinoceros. Overnight at our lodge just outside the park entrance. Overnight at Etosha Village.
Meals. Breakfast and dinner

Day 8. Etosha National Park

This park is one of the most important reserves in Africa and thousands of wild animals such as streaked wildebeest, springbok, zebra, kudu, giraffe, cheetah, leopard, lion and elephant call this their home. The day is spent on a game drive through the park, from west to east. Overnight at Mokoti Lodge.
Meals. Breakfast and dinner

Day 9: Okavango River

We leave Etosha and drive into the Caprivi strip, here we spend the night in lush greenery overlooking the Okavango River and on the other side of the river, the country of Angola. In the afternoon there is the possibility of a boat trip on the river (at extra cost). Overnight at Hakumse River Lodge.
Meals. Breakfast and dinner

Day 10-11: Okavango Delta

We continue into Caprivi and cross the border into Botswana. We travel by car to the outskirts of the world’s largest inland delta, Okavango. The next day we travel into the delta, about 30 minutes by boat, before we reach the Nxamasire area where we spend the day with mokoro and boat excursions on the canals in the area. Hiking safaris can also be done depending on the water level in the area. Overnight at Swampstop chalets.
Meals: Breakfast and dinner

Day 12: Kwando rivers

We leave the delta and travel back into Namibia. We continue through to the east side of the Caprivi Strip and come to our lodge which is located overlooking the Kwando River. This area is home to many animals and birds. Take advantage and join a game drive in the afternoon (at extra cost). Overnight at Namushasha River Lodge.
Meals: Breakfast and dinner

Day 13-14: Chobefloden

We leave Namibia and cross the border into Botswana via Chobe National Park. We spend the night at our lodge, which is located right on the edge of the Chobe River. Chobe is known for its beautiful scenery, magnificent sunsets and incredible numbers of animals and birds. We get to partake of this beautiful area on a sunset kiss, with the chance to see animals coming down to the river bank to drink. Possibility of a game drive is available (at extra cost). Overnight at Chobe Safari Lodge.
Meals: Breakfast and dinner

Day 15. Victoria Falls

We travel across the border to Zimbabwe and Victoria Falls – without a doubt one of the most amazing and spectacular places in Africa. Own time to shop at the local markets or join one of the extra assets offered in Africa’s adrenaline capital, such as rafting, bungee jumping or helicopter flying over the falls, hiking with rhinos or visiting the falls from the ground. Overnight at the Zambezi River. Overnight at Cresta Sprayview Hotel.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 16. Victoria Falls

The tour ends after breakfast. You travel home with lots of experiences and memories in your luggage. If you want to extend the trip, we can help you with an arrangement.
Meals: Breakfast

The itinerary can be changed due to local conditions. The trip is also in reverse order and with an extension with South Africa. Feel free to contact us for dates!

Price from: SEK 33,395 per person, part in a double room / tent excluding flights and local payment ZAR2000 which is paid to the guide on site
(The price is based on departure during January-March)

Price from: SEK 34,650 per person, part in a double room / tent excluding flights and local payment ZAR2000 which is paid to the guide on site
(The price is based on departure during April-June, November-December)

Price from: SEK 37,415 per person, part in a double room / tent excluding flights and local payment ZAR2000 which is paid to the guide on site
(The price is based on departure during July-October)

Single room supplement from: SEK 7,925.

This trip is also available in reverse order, and in combination with a variant with start or end in Cape Town. Contact us for more information, as well as more dates if desired.

This is included in the price:

  • 1 night at Safari Court Hotelincl . breakfast
  • 2 nights at Desert Quiver Camp breakfast and dinner
  • 2 nights at the Delight incl . breakfast
  • 1 night at Ugab Terrace Lodgebreakfast and dinner
  • 1 night at Etosha Village breakfast and dinner
  • 1 night at Mokuti Lodgebreakfast and dinner
  • 1 night at Hakusembe River Lodge breakfast and dinner
  • 2 nights at Swampstop Chaletsbreakfast, lunch and dinner
  • 1 night at Namushasha River Lodge breakfast and dinner
  • 2 nights at C hobe Safari Lodge breakfast and dinner
  • 1 night at Sprayview Hotel breakfast
  • Meals according to program.
  • Activities according to program
  • Guided by a professional and English-speaking guide
  • Transport between the places according to the program with an overland truck, a kind of safari bus

This is not included in the price:

  • Flights to and from Sweden, price from approx. 8,500 kr
  • Luncher
  • Drink
  • Extra booked excursions
  • Tips for guides and other staff
  • Admission to parks and other attractions, provided the first day to the guide, ZAR 2000 per person.
  • Visa to Zimbabwe, USD 30
  • Cancellation insurance taken out before the first payment
  • Travel insurance can also be purchased as a supplement to home insurance
  • Necessary vaccinations, contact your local vaccination clinic for advice

Good to know:

  • Group size: 4-16 participants
  • Participants can be from all corners of the world
  • The language of the trip is English

Namibia, Botswana & Victoria Falls

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