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INFO

Price Per Person valid until October 2017

CAMPING:                 USD 1 666.00 per person

single supplement:  USD 90.00

ACCOMMODATED:      USD 2 250.000 per person 

single supplement:  USD 300.00

Number of People Need For Departure

MINIMUM: Camping 3 x clients / Accommodated 2 x clients

MAXIMUM: Camping 12 x clients / Accommodated 12 x clients

Transport

Transport for 2 -3 clients will be in Toyota 4x4 or Mercedes Benz Sprinter

3 and more clients, transport will be either in Mercedes Benz Sprinter or Custom Build Safari Truck.

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TOUR MAP

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13 DAY WINDHOEK TO LIVINGSTONE

WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA TO LIVINGSTONE, ZAMBIA

 

CAMPING OR ACCOMMODATED

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

HIGHLIGHTS:  Namib Naukluft Park, Dune 45 & Hiddenvlei, Swakopmund, Windhoek, Etosha National Park, Local Bushman Tribe in Namibia, Okavango Delta Panhandle mokorro excursion and village walk, early morning game drive and afternoon sunset cruise in Chobe National Park in Botswana, ending the tour in Livingstone, Zambia.

 

ITINERARY:

 

 

DAY 1:

WINDHOEK TO NAMIB NAUKLUFT PARK  

We depart towards the Namib Naukluft Park, travelling over the Khomas Hochland and down the steep gradients of the Gamsberg Pass, sometimes called as “Namibia’s Garden Route”. We should begin to see the first of our game species like springbok, ostrich and Oryx on the way to our campsite on the outskirts of the Namib Desert.

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MEALS Incl:

Lunch & Dinner

 

DAY 2:

DUNE 45 AND SOSSUSVLEI

Pre-dawn departure, we traveling 70km towards Sossusvlei gates. A climb up the sand dunes will give a superb view up and down of the Tsaucab River Canyon which forms the valley between the famous sand dunes. Guides prepare breakfast at the bottom of the dune. After breakfast we take a 2 hour walk through to the beautiful Hiddenvlei in the Sossusvlei Area. We return to Sesriem, enjoy lunch and a cool down in the swimming pool. Afternoon we explore the Sesriem canyon on foot, returning back to our campsite.                          

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MEALS Incl:

Breakfast & Dinner

(Lunch can be enjoyed at Sesriem’s restaurant)

 

DAY 3:

NAMIB NAUKLUFT TO SWAKOPMUND

Some scientists regard the Namib Desert as the oldest in the world. We will travel via the Kuiseb Canyon, home to two Germans and their dog for two years during World War 2. We include a visit to the Walvis Bay lagoon, famous for its large numbers of flamingos. It’s a 5 hour scenic drive to the coast, arriving in Swakopmund for the next 2 nights.                                                                                                                                                                                                        

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MEALS Incl:

Breakfast

(Lunch can be enjoyed at a coffee shop in the town of Swakopmund and dinner at a wide range of restaurants to choose from.)

 

DAY 4:

SWAKOPMUND

Optional Activity day. This day is a free day, opportunity to partake in optional adventure activities like Quad Biking, Sand Boarding, Sky diving and Dolphin Cruise.  If you do not feel adventurous you can do shopping or visit the Crystal Gallery, Museums or the Aquarium by foot.                                                                                                                                                                                       

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MEALS Incl:

Breakfast

(Lunch can be enjoyed at a coffee shop in the town of Swakopmund and dinner at a wide range of restaurants to choose from.)

 

DAY 5:

SWAKOPMUND TO ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK

We head towards Etosha National Park for 2 days of game viewing. Our first overnight stop in Etosha will be either at Okaukuejo or Halali, both with a floodlit waterhole allows for 24-hour game viewing. Elephant and black rhinoceros are seen daily during the dry winter months & numerous other game species are also found here, including lion and leopard.

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MEALS Incl:

Breakfast & Dinner

(Lunch can be enjoyed at local bakery in the town of Outjo on the way to Etosha National Park.)

 

DAY 6:

ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK

Game driving slowly through the park we gaze in awe at the vast expanse of the Etosha Pan, itself shimmering in the midday heat. Ostrich appear like moving black dots as they wander around miles out on the salt pan. We overnight either at Okaukuejo or Halali an excellent area for seeing game of all types.

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MEALS Incl:

Breakfast & Lunch

(Dinner can be enjoyed at the restaurant in Etosha National Park.)

 

DAY 7:

ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK TO TSINTSABIS

We pack-up camp and have a short game drive towards the exit gate of the Park. Our next campsite in the bush nearby the village of Tsintsabis, which is a community based and sustainable tourism project with a strong focus on the culture of the Bushman (San) people, the first inhabitants of Southern Africa. The afternoon we will conduct a bushwalk to get a deeper understanding of the relationship that the Bushman people used to have (and still have sometimes) with nature. You will learn about edible, poisonous and medicinal plants, see how they used to hunt animals, set up traps and made fire. The bushwalk is ideal for learning about the traditional way of life of the Bushmen.

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MEALS Incl:

Breakfast & Lunch & Dinner

 

DAY 8:

TSINTSABIS TO DELTA PANHANDLE

Today we head more north towards the Kavango River, stopping in the dusty town of Rundu to stock up with fresh supplies. Our next camp is situated on the Kavango River; this is the panhandle of the Okavango Delta on the Namibian side. The afternoon you can relax, take a dip in the world’s only crocodile swimming cage or play some Frisbee golf. Enjoy a sundowner watching the hippos swimming in the river. 

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MEALS Incl:

Breakfast  & Dinner

(Lunch can be bought on the way at town of Rundu)

 

DAY 9:

DELTA PANHANDLE

After breakfast you will have a whole day off exploring the Okavango Delta Panhandle on a Mokoro/Watu. The excursion takes place on the river and into the Bwabwata National Park on a mokoro which can seat two people. The Head Mokoro Poler will give you a detailed speech on safety and what to expect on your trip. You will be poled through the tranquil channels on the river. You will undertake a return game drive back to camp. Plenty of game, bird life as well a cultural experience to experience on this day

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MEALS Incl:

Breakfast & Dinner

(Lunch can be enjoyed at the campsite’s restaurant.)

 

DAY 10:

DELTA PANHANDLE TO KASANE, BOTSWANA

After breakfast we continue through the Caprivi Strip, stopping in the town of Katima Mulilo. We will cross the border over to Botswana heading to the town of Kasane which is the “gate way” to the famous Chobe National Park. Our camp is on the river bed of the Chobe River.

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MEALS Incl:

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

 

DAY 11:

KASANE, BOTSWANA

Pre-dawn wake up, with a quick coffee, before jumping on an open game drive vehicle which will take you into the Chobe National Park for a 2hour game drive, spotting big herds of elephants, lions, antelopes and lost more, before heading back to camp for brunch prepared by your guide. The rest of the day you can relax around the pool, before undertaking a 2hour sunset cruise on the Chobe River

 

MEALS Incl:

Breakfast & Dinner

(Lunch can be enjoyed in town of Kasane at local coffee shop or Campsite’s restaurant)

 

DAY 12:

KASANE TO LIVINGSTONE, ZAMBIA

After a relaxing start and breakfast we will pack up and have short drive towards the ferry which will take you over to Zambia where a private transfer will drop you off at your accommodation in the capitol adventure town of Zambia, Livingstone. Afternoon visit to the magnificent Victoria Falls – optional payment of USD 25.00 for entrance.

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MEALS Incl:

Breakfast

(Lunch & Dinner can be enjoyed at Zambezi Waterfront’s restaurant or at local restaurants in town of Livingstone.)

 

DAY 13:

LIVINGSTONE, ZAMBIA

Relaxing day or an Optional activity day – activities to choose from – White water rafting, helicopter ride over the Victoria Falls, elephant back safari, walking with lions or bungee jumping is a few activities to choose from. Extra night in Livingstone can be booked or evening fly out.

 

MEALS Incl:

Breakfast

 

 

NOTE

USD 40.00 per person to hand over to tour guide for private transfer from Zambia border to town of Livingstone. Your tour vehicle and guide will not be going over to Zambia with you, but a safe and reliable transfer is organised to drop you off at either choice of your accommodation or at the Zambezi Waterfront. Post Tour accommodation can be arranged: Standard Room B&B: 

USD 85.00 per person sharing. Single Rate: USD 130.00 
Adventure Tent (no bfst) 
USD25.00 per person sharing 
Single Rate: USD 35.00

 

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WHAT'S INCLUDED

All safaris are sold as fully inclusive packages and include the following:

  • All Transport, Accommodation (Camping or Lodging) and National Park Entranse fees.
  • Meals as stated on the itinerary as above. (Meals that is not included are on clients own expense)
  • Meals can either be in Restaurants or your Tour Guide make meals on the fire or gas stove.
  • The service of a trained Safari Guide. - Cordial Juice, Coffee and Tea with meals

WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED

Flights, Visas and Insurance Alcohol,

Soft Drinks and Bottled Water

Tips, Gratuities and Porters Spending money and all other items of a personal nature.

Anything else that is not stated as included.