• Reference code: SOAN-EZ

  • Days: 11

  • Max pax: 2

  • Availability: Nov 21 – Oct 22

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  • Class: Classic

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Experience Southern Africa’s contrasts and diverse African cultures. Encounter abundant Wildlife and the "Big 5" over 4 National Parks and alongside the water-rich water systems of the KAZA Transfrontier Park.

Inclusions

Accommodation: As specified
Meals:
Classic: 10 breakfasts and 4 dinners
Superior: 10 Breakfasts, 4 lunches, and 7
dinners
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General: Tourism levy and government taxes where applicable

Exclusions

All International / Domestic Flights and taxes, Rental Vehicle, Visas, Travel and Personal accident insurance, Personal Expenses, Excursions / Activities not specified, Gratuities

Day 1
CENTRAL NAMIBIA
Your journey takes you into the main agricultural hubs of Namibia the Otavi Mountain range (Classic) / Frans Indongo Farm (Superior), where your accommodation for the night is situated. The rest of the day is spent at leisure. Relax aside the pool in the large garden or take a scenic walk along one of the walking paths. At a frequented waterhole next to the lodge you can observe some of the animals inhabiting the area.
Classic: Ohange Lodge
Superior: Frans Indongo Lodge – Dinner

Day 2
KAVANGO REGION
En route to the Kavango Region, you travel through Grootfontein, where you can visit the nearby situated Hoba Meteorite, the largest known meteorite on Earth. Nearing the Kavango Region, you can pause at several villages to purchase handmade crafts that reflect the uniqueness of this pristine area. Your lodge is situated in Rundu along the banks of the Kavango River where you can observe the typical African way of life on an afternoon boat cruise. Enjoy the rich bird life or take a scenic walk in the area surrounding your lodge.
Classic: Kaisosi River Lodge – Breakfast
Superior: Taranga Safari Lodge – Breakfast, Dinner

Day 3
ZAMBEZI REGION
After breakfast, travel east following the flow of the Kavango River until it turns south to form the Okavango Delta in Botswana. Here, again nestled along the banks of the Kavango River, your lodge lies among huge jackal berry trees in close vicinity to the Popa Falls. In the afternoon you can meander along the river on a sunset cruise.
Classic: Ndhovu Safari Lodge – Breakfast, Dinner
Superior: Divava River Lodge – Breakfast, Dinner

Day 4
MAHANGO NATIONAL PARK
After an early breakfast travel into the Mahango Game Park, Namibia’s smallest, yet one of its most diverse wildlife havens. Predators such as leopard, lion, hyena and even wild dog also inhabit the park. Enjoy the rest of the afternoon at leisure – take in the lush environment beside the pool or relax on the veranda of your room amidst the melodic tune of birds.
Classic: Ndhovu Safari Lodge – Breakfast, Dinner
Superior: Divava River Lodge – Breakfast, Dinner

Day 5
KWANDO RIVER / KAZA TRANSFRONTIER PARK
Travelling further east, you traverse the Bwabwata Game Park, another of Namibia’s wilderness areas that is bordered only by natural river systems and therefore preserves game species their ageless migration routes. Your lodge is situated along the reed-lined Kwando River. An abundance of wildlife lives here, including lion, roan, sable, elephant and buffalo as well as over 450 different bird species. Explore this water-rich area by boat or on a game drive; alternatively, you can visit a traditional village situated close to your lodge.
Classic: Nkasa Lupala Tented Lodge – Breakfast, Dinner
Superior: Nambwa Tented Lodge –Fully Inclusive

Day 6
KAZA TRANSFRONTIER PARK
Spend the day exploring the waterways of the Kwando and Nkasa Lupala National Park. The River systems and National Parks of the Zambezi Region in Namibia form part of the KAZA Transfrontier Park. The KAZA TFCA was established to conserve the shared natural resources and cultural heritage of this vast area. To promote and facilitate the development of a complementary and linked network of protected areas that protects wildlife and restores natural migratory routes.
Classic: Nkasa Lupala Tented Lodge – Breakfast, Dinner
Superior: Nambwa Tented Lodge –Fully Inclusive

Day 7
CHOBE NATIONAL PARK
Travelling along the eastern Zambezi Strip, you cross the border to Botswana. Driving along stretches of towering baobab trees, you will enjoy the Chobe flood plains and Chobe National Park. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure, or participate in the optional activities on offer at your lodge.
Classic: Chobe Safari Lodge – Breakfast
Superior: Chobe Game Lodge – Fully Inclusive

Day 8
CHOBE NATIONAL PARK
The optional lodge activities in and around the Chobe National Park are mainly revolved around the spectacular wildlife. Besides being Botswana’s second largest park, the Chobe National Park boasts the largest elephant concentration on Earth and is the habitat of all large African predators as well as a vast variety of antelope species. With over 500 different bird species, the park is a haven for birders. Use the day to view the wildlife on a game drive in the early morning and with a boat cruise in the late afternoon (excluded on the Classic Tour).
Classic: Chobe Safari Lodge – Breakfast
Superior: Chobe Game Lodge – Fully Inclusive

Day 9
VICTORIA FALLS
After breakfast, you receive a transfer from Kasane to Victoria Falls. Depending on time availability, you have a wide variety of optional activities at our disposal. In the late afternoon, enjoy an optional sunset cruise on the Zambezi River, where you stand a chance to see some of the animals and birds that live in the Victoria Falls National Park while enjoying a sundowner drink.
Classic: Shearwater Explorer Village – Breakfast
Superior: Victoria Falls Hotel – Breakfast

Day 10
VICTORIA FALLS
After breakfast discover why the Victoria Falls is one of the seven natural wonders on Earth as you explore it on foot. This dramatically beautiful event is accompanied by a deafening roar and fine spray that arcs up into the sky, giving the falls its local name: Mosi-oa-Tunya – the “Smoke that Thunders”. Afterwards, visit a craft market, where you can purchase or look at handmade crafts of the local inhabitants (optional). Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure or participate in other optional activities.
Classic: Shearwater Explorer Village – Breakfast
Superior: Victoria Falls Hotel – Breakfast

Day 11
DEPARTURE
Depending on your departure flight you will receive a transfer to the Victoria Falls International Airport or continue with your journey on the “Wetlands & Deserts Tour” via Botswana back to Namibia.
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