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10 Day African Wildlife Extravaganza

Experience the very best of Zambia, Botswana, Namibia and South Africa on this adventurous 10 Day African Wildlife Extravaganza. The 10 Day 4 African Extravaganza showcases some of the very best Game reserves on the African continent such as the Chobe National Park in Botswana.

The safari starts in Livingstone Zambia and ends in Johannesburg South Africa and focuses on some of the best game viewing possible added with a touch of landscape and cultural exposure.

Included:

  • Professional Guide
  • Comfortable air conditioned 4×4 Safari vehicle
  • Accommodation as per Itinerary
  • 2 man dome tents and mattresses
  • Meals as per Itinerary – (B = Breakfast : L = Lunch : D = Dinner)
  • Park Entrance Fees

Excluded:

  • Restaurant Meals as indicated
  • Visa’s, Airport Transfers, Curios and Tips
  • Optional Excursions as indicated
  • Beverages
  • Sleeping Bags

*Please note: This safari requires re-entry Visa’s to Botswana

Day 01 & 02: Livingstone (D) (Waterfront Lodge – Zambia)

After arrival in Livingstone, you will be transferred to your lodge on the banks of the Zambezi River where you will meet your guide for the duration of your safari. The day is spent at leisure or participate in any of the late afternoon activities on offer.

A full day of activities is on offer for Day 02 where you may participate on any of the many activities or spend the day soaking in the warm African sky at your lodge.

  • Victoria Falls
  • White River Rafting
  • River Cruise
  • Bungee Jumping

Day 03: Kasane (B, D) (Thebe River Camping – Botswana) (80km)

The Adventure starts today as we make our way over the border and into Botswana to the small touristy town of Kasane. It’s a short trip, but make time at the border post for Passport formalities *(Please enquire on Visa requirements and apply for re-entry Visas for Botswana)

The rest of the morning is spent in the Chobe National Park in search of the Big 5. The Chobe National Park is the third largest game park in Botswana and has one of the highest concentrations of wildlife in Africa and is undoubtedly famous for its large herds of Elephant and Buffalo.

An afternoon river cruise is welcomed on the Chobe River soaking in the last of the sun rays before settling into camp on the banks of the Chobe River.

Day 04: Nambwa Camp – Namibia (B, D) (Camping – Namibia) (260km)

Waking up to the sounds of Africa, breakfast is enjoyed in camp before packing up and heading through the Chobe National Park to Namibia. We once again pass through passport formalities at Ngoma Bridge heading west through the Caprivi Strip.

Arriving at our camp mid-afternoon, we have time to set up camp and take an afternoon game drive in the local game reserve in search of more of the Big 5 and not to mention a wealth of Wetland birdlife. A truly spectacular and typical African safari experience.

Day 05: Swamp Stop – Botswana (B, L, D) (Camping – Botswana) (320km)

Continuing along the Caprivi Strip early morning towards Divundu, we head south and enter Botswana once again through Mahango Game Reserve (Botswana Re-Entry Visa required) A short drive through the game reserve, we may encounter Sable, Elephant and Red Lechwe along the river banks.

Heading south along the Okavango Pan-handle, we make our way to our next overnight camp at Swamp Stop. Situated on the banks of the flood plain, there are many activities to do: These are:

  1. Pepere island Game viewing
  2. Pepere island Mokoro rides
  3. Okavango Delta Scenic Boat Cruises

Day 06 & 07: Gweta (B, D) (Chalets)(530km)

A lengthy drive this morning, so an early breakfast. We head south further along the Okavango Delta Pan Handle towards the travel capital of Botswana – Maun. A short stopover in Maun to do a little shopping before continuing to Gweta.

Gweta is situated a short distance away from the Makgadikgadi salt pans where we can explore the area in search of the African Meerkat, the great Baobab and see how the way in which the locals live.

Spend the full day on day 07 (Own cost) exploring the vast expanse of the Makgadikgadi pans or relax at the pool at the lodge.

Day 08: Elephant Sands (B, D) (Camping)(160km)

A short distance drive arriving at Elephants Sands is a surprisingly and yet wonderful treat after 7 days on safari and yet at the same time – an adventurous experience creating lasting memories.

Elephant Sands is home to herds of Elephant that roam freely through the Lodge area situated in 16000ha unfenced private wildlife conservancy. The lack of fences allows all wildlife to wander freely through the conservancy. A truly exceptional experience to any intrepid traveller.

Day 09: Kwa Nonkeng (B, D) (Chalet)(510km)

Another lengthy drive heading south via Nata and Francistown towards the border to South Africa. Arriving late afternoon at our lodge at Kwa Nonkeng, we settle in for a cool dip in the pool before enjoying our last dinner together.

Day 10: Johannesburg (B)(420km)

An early morning starts today for border formalities into South Africa where we head south towards Johannesburg. Arriving late afternoon in Johannesburg, we arrive at your place of accommodation where we bid you farewell.

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Botswana

BotswanaBotswana gained its Independence from colonial British Power in 1966 and has since become one of the most visited African countries. The government has in recent years been trying to move its economical dependencies from diamond mines to tourism. Botswana boasts some of the most pristine and well protected reserves in Africa and some of Read more