Amarri Safaris

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Namibia Safari Tour

US$2,000.00

per person

Locals US$300 per person

16 Days  15 Nights
Excluding Flight

itinerary

Early departure from Cape Town. Our first stop will be Travelers Rest from where we will do the Sevilla hike to view the Bushmen paintings. Accommodation: Namaqua Lodge –
Accommodated (B, P-L, D)

We cross the Orange River at Vioolsdrif border post on the South African side of the border and enter Namibia at Noordoewer border post. Our camp will be on the Orange River bank. 

Accommodation: Felix Unit – Accommodated
(B, P-L, D)

Today we visit the largest canyon in Africa and the second largest canyon in the world; the impressive Fish River canyon. We can only stand in awe at the natures beautiful creation that has taken millions of years to form.
Activities: Fish River Canyon
Accommodation: Canon Road House – Accommodated
(B, P-L, D)

Even though most of Namibia is desert, it has so many different shades and vistas of ‘desert’. There is so much to see, so much to absorb. And you find yourself in thevastness of space, that the drive of today’s journey has
to offer.
Activities: Sesriem Canyon
Accommodation: Desert Lodge – Accommodated (B, PL, D)

In the morning we will make our way into Sossusvlei. The sunrise over the dunes are out of this world. The sand dunes themselves are some of the highest in the world and Dead
Sossusvlei is ‘breathtaking’. To enjoy this you are required to do a bit of a challenging walk, depending on your fitness level. In the afternoon we will visit the Sesriem Canyon.
Activities: Dune 45, Dead Sossusvlei
Accommodation: Desert Lodge – Accommodated (B, P-L, D)

Our journey will continue to Swakopmund, with stops along the way at places of interest, like Solitaire and the Tropic of Capricorn Accommodation: Swakopmund
Sands Hotel or similar – Accommodated (B, P-L)

Enjoy this day at your leisure. Swakopmund has a rich German history where many people still speak German and some German festivals are still celebrated. Take some time to explore the town. Activities: There is the option to visit the moon landscape in the morning. Accommodation: Swakopmund Sands Hotel or similar – Accommodated (B)

This day will be a long day’s drive, however, the destination is worth it. The mopane trees herald our arrival at the Anderson entrance gate at Etosha National Park. Let your first experience of Etosha be the waterhole at Okaukuejo camp. It is one of Etosha’s most memorable experiences.
Accommodation Okaukuejo camp – Accommodated (B,
P-L)

Etosha National Park is a true Namibian jewel. It is also one of the largest national parks in Africa. The white
gravel roads and extensive salt pans makes for a unique
wildlife experience. The animals are either covered in the
ghostly white powder of the earth or contrast so strongly to it, as to create a vivid picture, on this vast flat and often dramatic landscape. On this day, we will spend a full day exploring this magnificent place. Activities: Full day Game drive Accommodation: Namutoni camp – Accommodated (B, P-L)

We leave etosha national park and drive to Tsumkwe bushman village and we spend the day learning the culture of the San people. After a wonderful experience with these awesome people doing the bushman village tour we have our picnic lunch there and then we later depart and drive to our rustic lodge called Roy’s camp. We will check-in our rooms and have dinner in the restaurant.

After breakfast at Roy’s camp we pack up and leave for the border town of Rundu. It lies on the banks of the kavango River at the border between Namibia and Angola. Here there are optional activities to do: village tour/boat cruise. We will have our picnic lunch and then have dinner at the lodge restaurant at personal cost.

(B,L.)

We continue our trip through the Caprivi Strip and to our border crossing into Botswana. Once in Botswana, we travel through a national park to the town of Kasane and onto the bank of the Chobe River.
Accommodation: Thebe River Lodge or similar – Accommodated (B, P-L, D)

We start our day with an early morning game drive and end the day with a sunset game viewing on the Chobe River. As your boat floats down the river, game viewing takes on a whole new perspective, as your encounter with elephants, hippos and crocs, rather seem a lot more personal. Then the sun starts to set and the scenery takes on a whole new beauty, as the sky is painted in vivid colors of red and orange hues. A perfect ending to the day. 

Activities: Morning game drive & Sunset river game viewing Accommodation: Thebe River Lodge or similar –
Accommodated (B, P-L, D)

This morning we cross into Zimbabwe for our visit to the famous Victoria Falls. The through the park to the viewing point of the falls is pretty and can get very wet, even before the falls comes into view. There can be a constant fine rain, depending on the amount of water in the falls. As with Cape Point, watch out for the baboons. They are as much a constant and infamous here as they are in our own home territory. 

Activities: Victoria Waterfalls Accommodation: SAzambezi River Lodge or similar – Accommodated (B, P-L )

Enjoy this day at leisure and explore other activities that are on offer Accommodation: Azambezi River Lodge or similar – 

Accommodated (B)

We fly back from Vic Falls/Livingstone (own account)

Explore hidden and untouched natural beauties in Botswana

Fresh food for your meal, picked by you, cooked by our chefs.