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special Victoria Falls - Zambia & Zimbabwe
special Sunset Cruise Chobe National Park
special Okavango Delta Overnight Experience
Join me on one of the most magnificent bucket-list experiences through Southern Africa’s most beautiful landscapes where 4 countries meet in search of a wealth of wildlife, rich culture, amazing food, and the most spectacular sunsets you’ll ever set eyes on! From the spectacular Victoria Falls to the breathtaking Okavango Delta via the lush landscapes of the Caprivi.

I'm an adventure enthusiast who loves to travel and explore different countries, cultures, cuisines as well as spending time enjoying nature while searching for wildlife. I've been in the industry for more than 20 years and enjoy sharing the knowledge and experience I've gained over the years while traveling with like-minded people who ejoy the outdoors as much as I do.

We will be staying in a variety of accommodation types ranging from 3 - 4 star Lodges and Bush Camps. Safari tents (2 single beds) Rooms (2 single beds) Bush Camp (2 single stretcher beds) Based on 2 people sharing (Single supplement or Double bed on request) Requests to be submitted when booking your trip.

What's included?
Accommodation while on tour
14 Breakfasts, 13 Lunches, 13 Dinners
Transfers to and from activities
10 Activities
Park Entry Fees
Government Bed Levy
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Trip Itinerary

Holiday Inn Johannesburg - Rosebank, an IHG Hotel

Day 1-2
Welcome to beautiful South Africa and the start of our Adventure We'll kick off with an important trip briefing at 18:00 followed by an (optional) group dinner at the hotel restaurant to welcome our fellow travelers.


Day 2-3
Beautiful stop-over before we head into Botswana tomorrow. We will depart 6am and travel to VoëlParadys (Birds Paradise) We will stop in Lephalale for shopping to get any essentials or items you may have forgotten, then head to our lodge and spend the afternoon at leisure enjoying the views and local wildlife on your doorstep.

Elephant Sands Lodge

Day 3-4
This morning we leave South Africa behind and make our way through the border and onto Elephant Sands, a Botswana citizen-owned conservancy on privately owned land. Here you can get up close to the elephants drinking just a few meters away, a unique experience! There are no fences around the accommodation, so other wild animals also roam freely.

Zambezi Waterfront

Day 4-7
“Mosi-oa-Tunya“ -The Smoke That Thunders Today we travel to Victoria Falls in Livingston, Zambia. After breakfast we'll do a quick shop stop before heading to the border where we will cross into Zambia. NOTE: This is one of the busiest border crossings in Africa. A lot of patience, bright smiles, and an ice cold drink which we’ll buy from the local vendors and we’re A-for-away! Thereafter we will travel just over 70 kilometers to Zambezi Waterfront where we’ll be stationed for the next 3 nights. One of my favorite spots in Africa! Once we've settled and freshened up, we will hop onto the Mv Makumbi for a sunset boat cruise. We will spend the morning of day 2 at the Victoria Falls on the Zambian side. You have the option to visit the Zimbabwean side this afternoon or join one of the optional activities listed below. Day 3 - List of optional activities available: * Enjoy the magnificent beauty of the Batoka Gorge by rafting the most exciting and challenging rapids on the planet with White Water Rafting Victoria Falls. * Loads of fun things to do from microlights to helicopter flights over Victoria Falls Still unsure…..or want to do something more mellow? Explore the spectacular landscapes surrounding Livingstone and Batoka Gorge on an all-terrain quad bikes. * Enjoy glorious scenery and birding on the Zambezi River in a canoe. Or simply relax next to the pool and take a stroll through the markets in town.

Chobe Safari Lodge

Day 7-9
Today we head back to Kasane where we'll spend two nights at Chobe Safaris Lodge, bordering Chobe National Park. Be on the lookout for Ellies, Giraffes, Southern Ground Hornbills (currently on the endangered species list), and much more. We will stop in town for some shopping, ATMs, and Bureau de Change, then head to our oasis for the night. Don't be surprised to see some wildlife roaming the streets and or taking a nap in front of the bank. We'll then freshen up and head out for a sunset cruise, exploring and taking in the most breathtaking sunset while spotting wild animals and an abundance of birdlife and end the night off with a delicious dinner and some“bush tv” Chobe National Park is unlike any other Park that you can tour in Africa. It is home to one of the largest concentrations of elephants on the continent and is at the epicenter of Botswana's great zebra migration, which is why you will have one of the best safari experiences on an early morning game drive on day two of our stay. Upon return, we’ll have a hearty brunch waiting and you can spend the rest of the afternoon at leisure in the pool overlooking the river.

White Sands Lodge and Camping

Day 9-10
Our next destination is White Sands, the only Lodge situated within the Bwabwata National Park directly at the Popa Falls which is one of the main attractions in the area. A family-run community project providing fun and entertainment for both adults and kids. One of the most amazing cultural experiences as we meet the Khoisan people for a short walk where we can test our skills forging an arrow or braiding a bracelet from papyrus or simply learn about the traditions of the local tribe.

Swamp Stop, Okavango River Camp

Day 10-11
Once again we cross into Botswana where we’ll stay at Swampstop conveniently located 350 km from Maun where we’ll enter the Okavango Delta. Although just a stop-over, our camp for tonight boasts with a raised bird viewing deck where guests can enjoy serene River front days and evenings watching the resident otters, crocodiles and abundant bird life. Relax, regroup as the next few days will be full of surprise and excitement.

Sitatunga Camp

Day 11-12
Get ready for a bumpy ride as we travel to Maun, gateway to the Okavango Delta. Although it retains a rural atmosphere and local tribesmen continue to bring their cattle to Maun to sell. The community is distributed along the wide banks of the Thamalakane where red lechwe can still be seen grazing next to local donkeys, goats and cattle. We’ll arrive in town around lunch time, do a full shop and fuel up in the adventure capital of Botswana before heading back to Sitatunga Camp where we’ll be based for the next 3 nights.

Okavango Delta

Day 12-13
An early start as we get onto our 4x4 vehicles which will drive us to the Mokoro (dug out canoe) Station. We will then hop into a mokoro then make our way through the narrow waterways of the Okavango Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and witness a combination of aquatic game, amazing bird species and breathtaking landscapes. Tonight we will truly be in the wild, where our host Polers/Guides will host us to amazing stories, song and dance around our campfire.

Sitatunga Camp

Day 13-14
After a beautiful early morning walk in the Okavango Delta, we'll have a delicious breakfast then pack up and head back to Sitatunga for a well deserved hot bush shower. We will have lunch at camp, then head into town for shopping and quick stop at the markets for some gift shopping. You also have the option to hop onto a 5 or 7 seater Cessna for the most spectacular views of the Okavango Delta from the air.  You might also be treated to viewings of large fields of buffalo, roaming elephants, a journey of giraffe, and wallowing hippos. 

Khama Rhino Sanctuary

Day 14-15
With a long drive day ahead, we set out early towards Khama Rhino Sanctuary where we’ll spend our last afternoon searching for rhinos. Established in 1989 due to growing concern over the then escalating prevalence of rhino poaching in Botswana. Khama Rhino Sanctuary offers prime habitat for endangered white and black rhino as well as over 30 diverse animal species and more than 230 species of birds. Once abundant in Botswana, these peaceful giants were on the brink of local extinction in the early 1980s, despite being granted protected status since 1922.

Holiday Inn Johannesburg - Rosebank, an IHG Hotel

Day 15
After a magical trip crossing between 4 countries, our African adventure comes to an end. Early start as we cross the border at Maartin’s drift into South Africa and on to Or Thambo International Airport where we unfortunately have to part ways. If you're wanting to catch an outgoing international flight, it's important to book it for early evening or later, to allow for delays that we may encounter. Until our next adventure. Safari Njema! (Travel Safe)
Trip Summary
Bed & Breakfast & Hotel & Other
15 days trip
Holiday Inn Johannesburg - Rosebank, an IHG Hotel, Voëlparadys & 10 more
What's excluded?
All Local & International Flights
All Visa Fees
Inoculations, Immunization & Medication
1 Breakfast, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners
Airport Transfers
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