Small groups lodge safari through Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe. Start in Windhoek and end in Victoria Falls – 20 days
Namib-Naukluft National Park – On our Namibian safaris you travel through the land of glittering gold and magical sand dunes as you soak in the spectacular scenery of the Namib-Naukluft National Park, which is Namibia’s largest national park.
Swakopmund – This coastal town in Namibia offers beautiful sandy beaches on the Atlantic Ocean. The sights are still from colonial times, visit the lighthouse and the pier (an old seawall)
Waterberg Plateau – This national park is a sanctuary for many endangered species that are native to Namibia. These rare and beautiful animals, such as white rhinoceros, black rhino, African buffalo, giraffe, leopard, cheetah, jackal, wild dog and the only chwarm of Cape birds in the area.
Etosha National Park – Etosha means „big, white region“ or „place of dry water“, which describes the national park appropriately. It is a wide, flat plain that shines brightly under the African sun, due to the crystallized salt of the surface.
Okavango Delta – This unique network of waterways in Botswana is a large wetland area surrounded by the Kalahari Desert. Thousands of years ago, tectonic activity and disruption disrupted the flow of the river, resulting in this unique ecosystem of waterways and countless islands.
Chobe National Park – Chobe National Park is known for the beautiful Savuti region, one of the highlights on our safari through Botswana. On our safari through the Chobe National Park, you will see some natural phenomena, such as the largest herd of elephants in the world or, possibly, the annual migration of zebras.
Hwange National Park – Located on Haups Road between Bulawayo and the world-famous Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park boasts a vast selection of wildlife and over 100 species of birds. Hwange is also home to 105 mammal species, including 19 large herbivores and 8 large carnivores. The Big 5 also live in the national park, as well as other predators.
Victoria Falls – Victoria Falls is known as the „Greatest Waterfall“ – it really is a spectacular place to visit. The Victoria Falls borders Zambia as well as Zimbabwe and can be seen from both countries. You can still feel the spray for miles, as 546 million cubic meters of water per minute flow over the slope.
Windhoek – Visit the Heroes Acre War Memorial in the south of the capital of Namibia. On a hill in the city center is the Old Fortress of 1890 (a former military base) and the Independance Memorial Museum.
Sossusvlei – The Sossusvlei region is fed by the Tsuachab River – The dunes The Sossusvlei area is fed by a river called the Tsuachab River – but the dunes of the region prevent the entire path of the river. The Tsuachab River flows through Sossusvlei only every 5 to 10 years, making it a rare sight. The dunes of Sossusvlei are approximately 60km from the Sesriem Gate, which is about an hour’s drive.
Walvis Bay – This port city on the Namibian coast is protected by the Pelican Point Sand Pit, whose natural waterhole is home to a lush bird population.
Makgadikgadi Pans – They became a very special must-see in Bostwana. With the rain, the zebra, gnu and antelope herds come to the Nxai pans and are accompanied by predators, such as the lion, cheetah and hyena.