Botswana, Namibia and Victoria falls Zimbabwe
Botswana is an exceptional and unique wild land for wildlife observation, too often reserved for elite tourism!
I suggest you make accessible the must of the animal safari... Aboard our specially equipped 4x4, this route will give you access to the large animal concentrations of the National Parks of Chobe and Moremi, but also to the spectacular landscapes of Tsodilo, the Okavango River in Namibia and the Victoria Falls with a small foray into Zimbabwe.
Botswana, Namibia and Victoria Falls
All year long
14 days - 3850€/pp if you are 3, 4700€/pp if you are 2 (excluding flight)
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An extraordinary program
Total immersion in the wild nature thanks to a circuit in complete freedom alternating, nights in bivouacs (sleeping under the stars, hearing the fire crackle in the heart of the African night, waking up alone in the world in front of a breathtaking nature ...) and bungalows to rediscover the pleasure of a cozy bed.
Aboard our specially equipped 4x4, this route will give you access to the large animal concentrations of the National Parks of Chobe and Moremi, but also to the spectacular landscapes of Tsodilo, the Okavango River in Namibia and the Victoria Falls with a small foray into Zimbabwe.
Nothing like the autonomy of a fully equipped 4x4 when you want to explore the wild territories of Botswana. What a feeling of freedom!
A tent on the roof of the 4x4 unfolds in a few seconds and provides a welcome feeling of security (insects, reptiles and any large beasties are kept away) and better comfort, being further from the ground. Authenticity and direct contact with nature as well!
For those who are afraid to sleep in the tent, here a small video to see its editing.
These are tents for two people (mattress 140 x 210), no need to tidy up every morning, we leave in place sheet, pillows and sleeping bags.
Day 1 and 2 Maun
Tourist capital of Botswana.
Located about a hundred kilometers south of the country's main parks, Maun enjoys a prime location for going on safari.
We stay there one more day, in order to carry out our supply in water, food and fuel. Overnight at your ideally located lodge on the banks of the Thamalakane River
Day 3 & 4 Tsodilo
Camping on the edge of the sacred mountains of the Koysan, the first people of Southern Africa, with one of the highest concentrations of rock art in the world, Tsodilo is sometimes called the 'Louvre of the Desert'. More than 4,500 paintings are preserved in an area of just 10km2 in the Kalahari Desert. The site contains the memory of human and environmental evolution over a period of at least 100,000 years. The communities that still live in this hostile environment respect Tsodilo as a place of worship populated by ancestral spirits.
day 5 Okavango River
There is so much to do and see. Visit the hippos on a morning river cruise, watch and listen to birds you have never encountered before, meet the Hambukushu people in the village close by
day 6 Mudumu National park
There are corners that we would like to keep secret. Mudumu remains a destination of choice for nature and wild camping lovers. The park has three campsites, along the river
Day 7 and 8 Kazane
Accommodation in a Lodge, then transfer to Zimbabwe for a day dedicated to the majestic Victoria Falls. The place where the Zambezi rises into the void. Nearly 100 m drop over more than a kilometer and a half wide!
day 9 and 10 Chobe River
Chobe National Park. Gathers over 11,700 km² all the landscapes of Botswana composed of shrubby savannah, forests along rivers and large marshes covered with reeds sheltering hippopotamuses, buffaloes, crocodiles, giraffes, zebras, lions, leopards as well as a large concentration of elephants that made the park famous!
Considered the most populated place of elephants on the planet, it is not uncommon to observe herds of 300 to 400 pachyderms!
Day 11 and 12 Savuti
An emblematic destination of Botswana, both for the beauty of its landscapes and for the wildlife it shelters. Absent for many years, the water has returned to supply the canal via the Linyanti River, allowing Savuti to find its marshes and thus attract a fauna as rich as it is varied. Between grassy plains, sandy desert, marshes, semi-permanent river and standing dead trees, Savuti is one of the essential stages of a safari in Botswana.
day 13 and 14 Khway - Okavango Delta
This reserve is managed by the inhabitants of the eponymous village who share their territory with a rich wildlife. On this territory of floodplains, the dense forests are populated by immense acacias and large leadwoods. This unique experience allows both to observe the animals and to discover the local life of a bush village.
Day 15 Maun
Possibility of flying over the Delta in a small plane or helicopter (not included in the package)