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Etosha National Park – Caprivi –Chobe National Park – Victoria Falls

WindhoekDay 1: Arrival Windhoek
On your arrival at the Windhoek International Airport you will be met and transferred into town for the handover of your rental vehicle.
Windhoek is the capital city of the Republic of Namibia and is located in the central Khomas Region, with about 350 000 inhabitants. The hot springs in the area attracted early settlers to Windhoek, then known as Ai//Gams (fire water). Windhoek was founded on 18 October 1890, by Curt Von François.
Today Windhoek is a bustling city featuring modern multiple story buildings next to historical buildings from the early 1900.
Excellent restaurants and shopping malls offer an insight to the multi-culture of Namibia.
Overnight at the Casa Piccolo, situated in a quiet suburb of Windhoek.
Situated in the Klein Windhoek Valley, the tastefully furnished Casa Piccolo offers comfortable rooms surrounded by a big and well maintained garden. Relax at the sparkling pool after your flight.

Bed/Breakfast
Casa Piccolo

Etosha National ParkDay 2: Windhoek – Etosha Nationalpark
Depart from Windhoek to the North towards the Etosha National Park and the Vreugde Guestfarm,
meaning joy or happiness and that is exactly what the owners of the Vreugde Guestfarm strive to offer their guests.
Comfortable and carefully decorated rooms look out onto a tranquil and shady garden.
Home-cooked meals are served either in the farm house or in the garden, while your hosts pamper you.

Dinner/Bed/Breakfast
Vreugde Guestfarm

Day 3: Etosha Nationalpark
Enjoy game viewing on drives in the park on well maintained and marked roads. Located on the eastern boundary of the Etosha National Park, close to the Von Lindequist entrance gate you will find the Mushara Bush Camp.
Mushara Bush Camp offers a down-to-earth tented bush camp experience which is well suited as an exceptionally affordable base for independent travelers exploring the Etosha National Park. The main Bush Camp area is thatched and has a true bush camp feel to it. Meals are served on the thatched verandah with the bush being a mere step away. The spacious custom made en-suite tents are built from a combination of canvas and local limestone.

Dinner/Bed/Breakfast
Mushara Bush Camp

Day 4: Etosha National Park
Etosha was first established in 1907, when Namibia was a German colony known as South West Africa. At the time, the park’s original 100,000 km² (38,500 mile²) made it the largest game reserve in the world. Due to political changes since its original establishment, the park is now slightly less than a quarter of its original size, reaching its current surface area of 22 912 km², but still remains a very large and significant area in which wildlife is protected.
Enjoy game viewing in the park

Dinner/Bed/Breakfast
Mushara Bush Camp

GrootfonteinDay 5: Etosha Nationalpark – Grootfontein
On your way to Grootfontein you have the opportunity to visit the Hoba Meteorite near Grootfontein.
Situated just North of Grootfontein the Fiume Lodge offers the ideal stop-over on your way into the Caprivi and the Victoria Falls.
The Lodge is part of a private game farm and active cattle farm.
A large and well maintained garden is the centerpiece of the lodge, with all rooms facing out onto the green lawns.
In front of the restaurant a waterhole attracts many game species found on the farm.

Dinner/Bed/Breakfast
Fiume Lodge

Grootfontein MahanguDay 6: Grootfontein – Mahangu
Proceed North towards Rundu and Bagani/Divundu. As you pass the veterinary fence a different Namiba will be presented to you. Cattle herds graze along the side of the road, pottery and carvings are sold along the road and cattle drawn sledges transport water, wood etc.
The Nunda Lodge is situated on the Kavango River close to the Popa Falls, the Mahango-, Buffalo Park and the Bwabwata National Park.
The lodge offers accommodation in spacious bungalows or comfortable safari tents overlooking the Kavongo River as it crosses Namibia on its way to the Okavango Delta in Botswana.
Meals are served in the spacious restaurant or on the large deck on the river banks.
Activities offered at Nunda River Lodge include game drives, boat trips and fishing, makoro (Canoe) trips as well as traditional village walks.

Dinner/Bed/Breakfast
Nunda Safari Lodge

Mahangu National ParkDay 7: Mahangu Nationalpark
In terms of habitat and game and bird species the Mahango Game Reserve on the western banks of the Okavango River is one of Namibia’s most captivating and species-rich conservation areas. Main features of the Mahango are enormous baobab trees, flood plains and large herds of elephant, buffalo and red lechwe, many different antelopes with lion and leopard always close by. More than 400 bird species are found in this area.
Enjoy game viewing on your own or join the optional activities of the lodge.

Dinner/Bed/Breakfast
Nunda Safari Lodge

Divindu Chobe National ParkDay 8: Divindu – Chobe National Park – Impalila Island
Travel through the Bwabwata National Park to Katima Mulilo and cross the boarder at Ngoma into Botswana, passing the Chobe National Park on your way to Kasane from where you are transferred by boat to the Impalila Island. Secure parking for your car will be pointed out to you.
The Ichingo Chobe River Lodge is situated on the eastern tip of Namibia, the Impalila Island, where the two major rivers – Chobe and Zambezi – and four countries meet, opposite the Botswana town of Kasane.
Ichingo Chobe River Lodge, a true tented camp offering a real African experience, offers large double Meru tents with thatched en-suite bathrooms, overlooking the Chobe River Rapids. The main lodge buildings are built over the river and consists of a lounge and bar with a separate dining room, all under thatch and situated under large shady trees

Fully Inclusive
Ichingo Chobe River Lodge

Day 9: Chobe National Park
From Ichingo Chobe River Lodge you can enjoy the abundant wildlife of the Chobe National Park. Game viewing is by boat and being on the river allows you to get closer to the large variety of game including elephant, buffalo, giraffe, kudu, waterbuck and the shy Chobe bushbuck. Entertainment on the riverbanks is provided by large troops of baboons. Within the river itself, there are numerous hippos and crocodiles to add to the unending display of profuse wildlife and bird life that this region offers.The big herds of buffalo are closely followed by lion.
In the dry season (May to September), incredible herds of elephant can be viewed – in fact the largest concentration in Africa.

Fully Inclusive
Ichingo Chobe River Lodge

Chobe National ParkDay 10: Chobe Nationalpark – Victoria Falls
For today we have included a tour to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.
The Victoria Falls or Mosi-oa-Tunya (the Smoke that Thunders) is a waterfall situated in southern Africa on the Zambezi River between the countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe. The Falls are, by some measures, the most enormous waterfall in the world.
Return to Kasane in the early afternoon for your transfer back to the Impalila Island.

Fully Inclusive
Ichingo Chobe River Lodge

Chobe National Park Kwando riverDay 11: Chobe National Park – Kwando River
Pick- up your car in the morning and return to Katima Mulilo and Kongolo where the Namushasha Lodge situated on the banks of the Kwando River.
All rooms are river facing, comfortably furnished and equipped with mosquito nets.
Enjoy the view over the Kwando River from the spacious living area and deck.
Buffet meals are served in the spacious restaurant.

Dinner/Bed/Breakfast
Namushasha Country Lodge

Day 12: Kwando River – Rundu
Travel through the Bwabwata National Park to Rundu and the Hakusembe River Lodge on the Kavango River. The en-suite chalets are mosquito proof, air-conditioned and river-facing.
Meals are served mainly on a terrace overlooking the Kavango River.

Dinner/Bed/Breakfast
Hakusembe River Lodge

Rundu Otavi GerglandDay 13: Rundu – Otavi Bergland
Return to Grootfontein and Otavi to the Gabus Game Ranch, situated just ten kilometers outside the town Otavi at the foot of the Uiseb Mountains.
The cozy rooms are surrounded by a lush and tranquil garden, looking out onto a waterhole.
The waterhole is illuminated at night.
Delicious home-cooked meals are served either in the lapa or in the dining area of the farm house.

Dinner/Bed/Breakfast
Gabus Game Ranch

Day 14: Otavi – Windhoek
Return to Windhoek via Otjiwarongo and Okahandja.

Bed/Breakfast
Casa Piccolo

Day 15: Departure
Spend the day in Windhoek until it is time for to return your rental car and your transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

RATES Low Season High Season
01.11. 2014- 30.06.2015 01.07.2015 – 31.10.2015
Per person sharing N$ 23 105.00 N$ 26 400.00
Single Supplement N$ 5 315.00 N$ 5 800.00

Included

  • 14x bed/breakfast at hotels/lodges/guest houses
  • 12x dinner
  • activities as per itinerary
  • transfers as per itinerary

Excluded:

  • flight from/to Windhoek
  • tips
  • personal items and purchases
  • additional meals
  • optional activities

For your trip we recommend the following cars:

RATES Low Season High Season
01.11. 2014 – 28.02.2015 01.03.2015 – 29.02.2016
Toyota/Nissan Double Cab 4×4 N$ 24 470.00 N$ 216 175.00
Daihatsu Terios N$ 21 210.00 N$ 22 725.00

Included:

  • zero excess
  • tyre and glass insurance
  • unlimited kilometers

Excluded:

  • fuel
  • additional equipment
  • cross boarder permits

Above rates are all subject to availability.
Terms and Conditions apply.