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15-Day Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe Trip from Windhoek

2 Weeks 1 Day

Highlights

Bush Man - First inhabitant of Namibia

Dune 45, Sossusvlei, Deadvlei, Sesriem Canyon, Namib Naukluft

Walvis Bay, Swakopmund, Etosha National Park, Chobe National Park

Twyfelfontein: burnt mountain and the Basalt organ pipes

Himba tribe and village

Mahango Park: mokoro (traditional canoe)

Victoria Falls

Description

The 15 Days Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe tour puts together unique diversification and from an animal safari to wonder-filled landscapes taking great safari snapshots from Botswana's great game reserve and the great Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.

Itinerary
  • Day 1: Travel from Windhoek to Marientalexpand_more

    At Windhoek Airport or your place of accommodation, discover the caring smile of your guide. He will quickly take you to the heights of the capital—departure towards Rehoboth and Mariental.   


    Activities: Bush Man - First inhabitant of Namibia.  

    Accommodation: Mariental Area  

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (drinks not included) 

    Stay: 1 Night   

  • Day 2: Enter the Namib Desertexpand_more

    Today after breakfast, you will continue the road to the south, in Naukluft Park. Cross the Kuiseb Pass and the Tropic of Capricorn. Namib is one of the oldest and driest deserts in the world, covering more than 15% of the country on the Atlantic. The accumulation of sand and the formation of the dunes spread between 40 and 15 million years. 


    Activities: Kuiseb Pass, Gaub Passage, Tropic of Capricorn. 

    Accommodation: Sossusvlei Area  

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included (Drinks not included) 

    Stay: 2 Nights   

  • Day 3: Explore the Wonders of the Namib Naukluft Desertexpand_more

    After breakfast, today will be all about forms and colours. The Sossusvlei Dunes rise more than 375 meters above the Tsauchab River that flows from east to west in the desert, just a few kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean. They are among the highest dunes in the world. These dunes are located above an ancient petrified desert that forms a basement of sandstone.

    Optional Activities: Balloon or helicopter flights over the dunes. We can make the reservation for you for these activities, and you can pay on the spot. 


    Activities: Dune 45, Sossusvlei, Deadvlei, Sesriem Canyon, Namib Naukluft 

    Accommodation: Sossusvlei Area  

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included    

  • Day 4: Continue to Walvis Bay & Swakopmundexpand_more

    Departure to Walvis Bay, the harbour town. 

    Cross the Kuiseb Pass and Tropic of Capricorn heading to Swakopmund. Swakopmund is a small oceanfront town, bordered on the south by Swakop west and coastal dunes.  


    Activities: Kuiseb Pass, Gaub Passage, Tropic of Capricorn. 

    Accommodation: Swakopmund area 

    Meals: Breakfast
    Stay: 2 Nights  

  • Day 5: Take a Boat Ride on the Lagoonexpand_more

    Early departure to Walvis Bay, to the main port of Namibia. A boat trip on the lagoon leads you to search for dolphins and sea lions- not private Early morning trip on the Atlantic Ocean by boat, looking for sea lions, dolphins, pelicans, cormorants and possibly the rare fish "Mola-Mola". This sea adventure allows you to discover the aquatic life of the coast in the best possible conditions, on a comfortable and spacious boat, usually a catamaran with a maximum capacity of 25 people.

    Optional Activities: Flight over the Namib Desert, 4X4 in the Dunes Sandwich harbour, and Quad bikes. We can make the reservation for you for these activities, and you can pay on the spot. 


    Activities: Boat trip 

    Accommodation: Swakopmund Area  

    Meals: Breakfast    

  • Day 6: Visit Twyfelfontein, Burnt Mountain and Basalt Organ Pipesexpand_more

    After a tasty breakfast, you will take the road to the Twyfelfontein (Damaraland) region, a guided tour of the Twyfelfontein site, which has one of the largest concentrations of rock engravings in Africa. Most of these works, well preserved, represent rhinos, elephants, ostriches and giraffes, as well as footprints of men and animals. 

    Then, visit the burnt mountain and the Basalt organ pipes. 


    Activities: Rupestral engraving, Burnt Mountain, Basaltic Organ Pipe 

    Accommodation: Damaraland or Kaokoland Area  

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner (drinks not included) 

    Stay: 1 Night  

  • Day 7: Meet the Himba Tribeexpand_more

    After breakfast, today you will visit the village of the Himba people. The Himba are a tribe of nomadic pastoralists who live in the Kaokoland region of Namibia. The Himba are actually descendants of a group of Herero shepherds who fled to the north-west after being displaced by the Nama.


    Activities: Himbas  

    Accommodation: Damaraland or Kaokoland Area  

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner (drinks not included) 

    Stay: 1Night    

  • Day 8: Examine the Animals of Etosha National Parkexpand_more

    After breakfast, depart with your guide north to Okaukueyo. It is in the animal park of Etosha that your stilt continues. We offer you time to observe the animals! Photo enthusiasts will have to bring along their equipment and patience to capture the unusual encounters with wildlife.


    Activities: Etosha National Park – Game drive  

    Accommodation: Etosha Area  

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner (drinks not included) 

    Stay: 2 Nights

     

  • Day 9: Enjoy a Etosha National Park Game Drive expand_more

    After a tasty breakfast at the lodge, it is in the animal park of Etosha that we will continue our day. You will discover abundant wildlife that you can observe on the "pan" or around the many water points of the reserve. Your guide will give you information on the species encountered.  


    Activities: Etosha National Park – Game drive  

    Accommodation: Etosha Area  

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner (drinks not included)  

  • Day 10: Proceed to Runduexpand_more

    Today you will take the road towards the city of Rundu, which is located on the banks of the Okavango, in northern Namibia, on the border with Angola. With around 45,000 inhabitants, this small town, capital of local crafts (basketry, wood carvings, pottery), seems always more animated than the capital in the center! There are lush green lodges, offering a relaxing setting along the river, to admire a rich birdlife, including fish eagles but also crocodiles or hippos.  


    Activities: Free Time 

    Accommodation: Rundu Area 

    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included. 

    Stay: 1 Night  

  • Day 11: Ride a Mokoro in Mahango Parkexpand_more

    In the afternoon, departure for a photo safari on a mokoro (traditional canoe) to explore the countless wonders of the region and enjoy the lush landscapes. 


    Activities: Safari in Mahango Park 

    Accommodation: Mahango Area  

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included. 

    Stay: 1 Nights   

  • Day 12: Come to Chobe National Park of Botswanaexpand_more

    Botswana has the largest inland delta in the world, the Okavango Delta, with an area of about 15,000 square kilometres. Chobe National Park is home to the largest elephant population in Africa. 

    NB: Visa granted to French for free. 

    Optional: Cruise in Chobe National Park. We reserve for you, and you paid on the spot. 


    Activities: Free Time 

    Accommodation: Chobe Area 

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included. 

    Stay: 2 Nights  

  • Day 13: Board a Motorboat on the Chobe Riverexpand_more

    In the afternoon, it's from a motorboat, on the rich waters of Chobe. Attentive to the slightest movement, listening to your guide, you still hope today to fill up with unique situations. In Chobe, you will find the most essential elephant and predator gatherings in all of Africa. 


    Activities: Safari and Cruise in Chobe National Park 

    Accommodation: Chobe Area 

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included. 

  • Day 14: Admire the Famous Victoria Fallsexpand_more

    Today, we will leave Botswana to reach Zimbabwe. We will cross Zimbabwe's Zambezi Park before arriving in the city of Victoria Falls. 

    Visit the falls in the Park. Victoria Falls is one of the most spectacular waterfalls. They are located on the Zambezi River, which at this point forms the border between Zambia, near the city of Livingstone, and Zimbabwe.


    NB: Zimbabwe Single Entry USD 30. 

    Activities: Visit the falls in the Park. 

    Accommodation: Victoria Falls Area 

    Meal: Bed and Breakfast 

    Stay: 1 Night    

  • Day 15: Transfer to the Airportexpand_more

    Eat a quiet breakfast at the lodge, and then drive to the airport. Note that you must be at the airport 2 hours before take-off time.   

What's Included

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Parking fees

Fuel surcharge

What's Excluded

Gratuities

Airport/Departure tax

GST (Goods and Services Tax)

WiFi on board

Restroom on board

Know before you go

Not wheelchair accessible

Not stroller accessible

Not suitable for pets

No public transportation nearby

Infants must not sit on laps. 

Not recommended for people with back problems

We pick-up from any hotel around Windhoek and at Hosea Kutako International Airport. 

Meeting Point

Pick up options can be selected at check out.

Language

English

Activity Level

Easy

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