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Looking for the ultimate safari adventure through Africa? This one doesn’t just explore the gorgeous city of Cape Town and thundering might of Victoria Falls – it also takes a wild safari through iconic Kruger, before exploring the breathtaking landscapes of Botswana and Namibia, with heaps of included game drives, luxe lodges with swimming pools, opportunities for helicopter wildlife spotting and interactions with indigenous communities. This is the ultimate African adventure, unfiltered, and once you’ve made memories like these under African skies, your life will never be the same.


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Südliches Afrika Safari – Südafrika | Botswana | Namibia Reise für junge Leute & junge Alleinreisende

Südliches Afrika Safari Reisen für junge Leute

The one that delivers a spectacular safari adventure through Africa featuring Cape Town, Victoria Falls and the breath-taking landscapes of Botswana and Namibia

Looking for the ultimate safari adventure through Africa? This one doesn’t just explore the gorgeous city of Cape Town and thundering might of Victoria Falls – it also takes a wild safari through iconic Kruger, before exploring the breathtaking landscapes of Botswana and Namibia, with heaps of included game drives, luxe lodges with swimming pools, opportunities for helicopter wildlife spotting and interactions with indigenous communities. This is the ultimate African adventure, unfiltered, and once you’ve made memories like these under African skies, your life will never be the same.

„70 percent join our trips solo“

„70% of our travellers join our trips solo, so you’ll travel with like-minded young people who want to make friends, experience new things and create lifelong memories. This is the best way to turn solo travel into the most social travel imaginable.“ (Zitiert vom sehr erfahrenen und international beliebten Anbieter dieser Reise für junge Leute. Für die neuesten Infos und etwaige Änderungen siehe hier)

„Most popular youth travel company in the world“

Infos vom sehr erfahrenen und international beliebten Anbieter dieser Reise für junge Leute („Most popular youth travel company in the world“, Wikipedia): „Our trips are exclusively for 18-35s, and whether you join us solo or in a group, our trips are designed so you can share incredible experiences with young travellers just like you.“

Bewertungen durch Reiseteilnehmer/-innen:

4.9 von 5 Sternen (17 Bewertungen)* (alle Bewertungen und etwaige Änderungen findest du auf der Detailseite)

Alterszielgruppe:

18 bis 35 (35 bis 45 bei „Reunion Trips“)

Reisedauer und Preis:

21 Tage, 4 Länder ab ca. € 4.576* (finale Preise je nach Reisedatum, Zimmer und Extras findest du auf der Buchungsseite)

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Reiseziele:

Afrika > Südafrika | Botswana | Namibia

Für alle Details und etwaige Änderungen siehe die Detailseite

Geplanter Reiseverlauf:

Day 1: Cape Town

Day 2: Cape Town

Day 3: Cape Town

Day 4: Cape Town

Johannesburg

Kruger National Park

Day 5: Kruger National Park

Day 6: Kruger National Park

Johannesburg

Day 7: Johannesburg

Victoria Falls

Day 8: Victoria Falls

Day 9: Victoria Falls

Chobe National Park

Day 10: Chobe National Park

Day 11: Chobe National Park

Makgadikgadi Salt Pans

Day 12: Makgadikgadi Salt Pans

Okavango Delta

Day 13: Okavango Delta

Day 14: Okavango Delta

Maun

Day 15: Maun

Windhoek

Day 16: Windhoek

Sossusvlei

Day 17: Sossusvlei

Swakopmund

Day 18: Swakopmund

Day 19: Swakopmund

Etosha National Park

Day 20: Etosha National Park

Day 21: Etosha National Park

Windhoek

Day 1: Start Cape Town

Cape Town

The adventure begins. Drop off your bags at the hotel and meet your Trip Manager and new Contiki fam in the lobby. We’ll all share a meal tonight along with some drinks to get to know each other.

Waterfront Breakwater Lodge (or similar)Day 2: Cape TownMake Travel Matter®

Cape Town

Our time in Cape Town is dedicated to sightseeing and today is no exception! We’ll start at the very top with a cable car ride up Table Mountain, followed by a city tour of Cape Town’s key sights and historical attractions. After that, the rest of the day is yours. We recommend the V&A Waterfront (SA’s most visited attraction). You’ll also have the option to join our Township Tour & Amy Foundation Lunch, which gives you a locally guided insight into life during Apartheid. Tonight, you’ll get to know your new pals in the best way possible – with food, drinks and music in our MasterChef-style cooking class.

Waterfront Breakwater Lodge (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Included ExperienceVisit the V&A WaterfrontStroll around the scenic harbour and enjoy some Insta-worthy views, at South Africa’s most-visited attraction. Included ExperienceTake a Cable Car up Table MountainCable the Table! Take a scenic ride to the top of one of the ‘New Seven Wonders of Nature’ for 360° views of Cape Town.
Included ExperienceCape Town City TourBo-Kaap. The City Centre. V&A Waterfront. This tour takes in all the historical sites & attractions of the Mother City.
Make Travel Matter®Take a Township Tour (MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience)Walk the streets. Meet the locals. See their homes. Get an inside scoop of the effects of Apartheid in this locally-guided Township tour. Enjoy a traditional lunch served up by a chef educated by the Amy Foundation – who will receive some of the proceeds from our excursion. You nourish, they flourish!
Additional costs apply

Cape Town Cooking Class & DinnerAlways fancied yourself as a culinary champion? Now’s your time to show off your skills with a MasterChef-inspired African cooking class. With tunes flowing (and cocktails too), we’ll break into groups to assemble an array of African specialities, getting back together again in the evening to gobble up our work.
Additional costs apply

Day 3: Cape TownMake Travel Matter®

Cape Town

This is your day to take advantage of Cape Town’s myriad local excursions – after breakfast of course. Our fav is a scenic drive along the cliffs of Chapman’s Peak and down to Cape Point – the South-Western tip of Africa. In the afternoon, we’ll stop off at Boulders Beach to admire a colony of adorable African penguins – with a chance to go kayaking with them too! What next? Well, you can’t go wrong with wine tasting (and a view) to round off an incredible day touring the „fairest Cape in all the world.“

Waterfront Breakwater Lodge (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Make Travel Matter®Peninsula and Penguins MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® ExperienceOpt for a full day excursion along the Cape’s beautiful coastline with a drive along Chapman’s Peak down to Cape Point National Park – the most South Western tip of Africa with some wildlife to spot along the way. Then we head to Boulders Beach where we’ll kayak with everyone’s favourite seabird! Even better, proceeds go towards conserving marine life. Don’t feel like kayaking on the day? No worries. You can instead walk the boardwalks of Boulders Beach to view penguins on land.
Additional costs apply

Vineyards and ViewsThe Cape is famous for its wine, so we finish off our last day here at Cape Point Vineyards with spectacular views of the ocean. All to be enjoyed with a selection of the estate’s finest wines.
Additional costs apply

Day 4: Cape Town to Kruger National ParkMake Travel Matter®

Cape Town
Rise and shine. Today, we have a (very early) flight to Johannesburg, the city of Gold, where our first port of call will be the Kruger National Park.

JohannesburgThe Savannah is calling. We’ve got no time to waste! We’ll hop straight into our overland safari truck (with large windows for the perfect safari views) and begin our journey through South Africa’s country side to Kruger.Kruger National ParkYup, it’s safari time! We’ll enter this wildlife Eden (the size of a small country) in the afternoon for a sunset game drive, and then make our way to the exclusive Contiki Safari Camp on the banks of the Sabie River. This Special Stay includes canvas tents, mattresses and linens – all set up in time for our arrival! We’ll spend tonight gathered round the open campfire, gazing up at the stars and listening to lions in the distance. 5 star accommodation? More like 5000 star accommodation.

Contiki Safari Camp (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Make Travel Matter®Take a Sunset Game Drive in Kruger We’ll head into Kruger National Park, one of the most famous wildlife parks in the whole of Africa, to witness wildlife in their natural habitat.

Day 5: Kruger National ParkMake Travel Matter®

Kruger National Park

Today we’re up bright and early for our first taste of the fresh morning air. We’ll start with a sunrise safari – just in time to catch Africa’s elusive predators finishing off their nocturnal hunt. At midday, you’ll have the chance to relax back at the camp: you can visit the local shop, take a dip in the pool or visit the nearby restaurant where you can look out over the Sabie River and watch as the animals come to quench their thirst (yup, it’s preddy special.) This afternoon, it’s back to the safari vehicles for a sunset game drive and another chance to see the Big Five and more. Tonight back at camp, we’ll tuck into a traditional South African braai or BBQ, complete with local sides and desserts.

Contiki Safari Camp (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Make Travel Matter®Join an Anti-Poaching Experience (MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience) Meet some of the locals who work tirelessly to keep wildlife safe from poachers. We’ll listen to their stories, find out how they work and much more.

Sunrise and Sunset Game Drives in KrugerWe’ll head out bright and early this morning in 9-seater game viewer vehicles, with locals guides, to catch even more wildlife. Later, as the sun lowers and the weather cools, we’ll head out once again to do what we do best – search for Africa’s iconic wildlife. This is gonna be a special day in Kruger!
Additional costs apply

Enjoy a Traditional African Feast Don’t miss your chance to enjoy a South African braai or BBQ, complete with traditional sides and local desserts – enjoyed by the campfire under the stars with your Contiki crew.
Additional costs apply

Day 6: Kruger National Park to Johannesburg

Kruger National ParkThe game of hide and seek continues as we head back into the park, keeping our eyes open for any wildlife that evaded us yesterday including giraffes, hyenas, antelope… and even cheetahs! Next, we’ll stop off at a traditional village to learn more about life outside the big cities in Africa. With a local guide, we’ll discover the customs and traditions of the village, and partake in some of their popular activities.JohannesburgWe’ll head off to Johannesburg this afternoon. Order of business? Crash at the hotel before we fly to Victoria Falls in the morning!

Sunrock Guesthouse (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Included ExperienceTake a Sunrise Game Drive at KrugerKeep your eyes peeled for more magnificent wildlife, including giraffes, hyenas and even cheetahs!

Discover a Traditional South African VillageWander through the village. Interact with the locals. Watch them prepare inviting dishes. Learn about their ancient crafts and daily village life. And to top if all off, you’ll gorge on a delicious buffet lunch of locally sourced fruits and veggies – prepared in a traditional way.
Additional costs apply

Day 7: Johannesburg to Victoria Falls

Johannesburg
This morning we’ll drive to the airport to catch our flight up to Victoria Falls.
Victoria Falls

We start off with the number one attraction around – the Falls themselves! Hike along the Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders and the largest waterfall in the world. You might want to pack your raincoat, as during certain times of the year you can get drenched from the rising spray, giving the falls its local name: ‚The smoke that thunders‘. This afternoon, you’ll have the chance to jump, zipline or swing off the famous bridge connecting Zimbabwe and Zambia over the Zambezi River.

Please note: From January to June this trip puts you in the Victoria Falls Waterfront Hotel, Zambia, with a riverside deck and bar that overlooks the spray of the thunderous falls. Travelling from July to December? Don’t worry, you’re not missing out: we’ll put you up in the Shearwater Explorers Village, Zimbabwe, just 400m from the falls – with bohemian cafes, curio markets and swimming pools to explore. It’s a win win, basically.

Shearwater Explorer’s Village (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Included ExperienceMarvel at Victoria FallsSee the epic waterfall of your Insta dreams. Take a stroll along the edge and see this ‘the smoke that thunders’ in all its glory.

Bungee JumpLocated on the Victoria Falls Bridge, you will get to experience 111 meters of sheer adrenalin as you plummet towards the mighty Zambezi. This is without a doubt one of the most spectacular jumps in the world, with 4 seconds of freefall – definitely for the true Adrenalin seeker.
Additional costs apply

Gorge SlideFor the less adrenaline seeking junkies that still want the thrill. Take a seated ride in the zip line as you slide across the gorge from Zambia to Zimbabwe. The more scenic option that provides incredible views of the gorge, the river below & the falls on the other side of the bridge to be enjoyed as you glide along.
Additional costs apply

Take the Gorge Slide with a PartnerPrefer not to zip alone? You can do it with a mate if you’d prefer. Someone to admire those beaut views with, after all.
Additional costs apply

Bridge SwingSwing off the Victoria Falls Bridge, high above the mighty Zambezi River.
Additional costs apply

Bridge Swing Tandem Want to jump off the 115 year old Victoria Falls bridge feet-first? Then the 80 meter freefall bridge swing is for you, ideally placed between two countries in the middle of no-mans land – it’s a one of a kind thrill seeking activity.
Please note: Tandem has a max combined weight of 160kg
Additional costs apply

Adrenaline Combo (Bungee, Swing & Zipline)Take the plunge! Zip, swing and bungee over the Zambezi River’s flowing rapids for the ultimate thrill seeking afternoon in Victoria Falls.
Additional costs apply

Watch an African Drum Show with DinnerWe hope you’re hungry – it’s time to sample a smorgasbord of delicious African delights, all cooked over an open flame! You’ll dine on a buffet of smoked crocodile tail, warthog steak, kudu meatballs and even sautéed mopane worms (with sausages, salads and veggies available too). And for our evening’s entertainment, there’ll be a traditional drum show. What more could you want?

Please note: this activity is only available on the Zimbabwean side of Victoria Falls between July and December. The costs may also change depending on the season.
Additional costs apply

Day 8: Victoria FallsMake Travel Matter®

Victoria FallsToday you’ll have the chance to jump, zipline or swing off the famous bridge connecting Zimbabwe and Zambia over the Zambezi River. There’s also a locally guided village tour, where you’ll get to know the locals and experience their way of life. The evening will end off with a magnificent sunset cruise on the Zambezi including drinks and dinner.

Shearwater Explorer’s Village (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Zambezi River RaftingRated as the Greatest One-Day White Water Rafting experience in the world! Get ready for a wet & adrenaline-filled day on the mighty Zambezi river. View the spectacular scenery of the gorge & learn about the vegetation & wildlife as you raft your way down the world’s wildest river rapids, powered by millions of litres of water thundering down the Victoria Falls.
Additional costs apply

Make Travel Matter®Visit a Local Village (MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience) With the help of a local guide, we’ll take a tour of a nearby village – meeting the people and getting to know their culture, language and customs.
Additional costs apply

Sunset CruiseSip on a Gin & Tonic (yip, its an open bar) while watching the sunset over the Zambezi River. But don’t forget to look out for Croc’s, Hippo’s and Ele’s along the way!
Additional costs apply

Day 9: Victoria Falls to ChobeMake Travel Matter®

Victoria Falls
We start today on foot, to literally ‘walk on the wild side’ with a guided walking safari along the Zambezi’s National Park. This is a unique way to track wildlife on foot while learning about some of the smaller animals – plus plants and just generally anything we come across. Afterwards, we go from foot mode to flight mode with a helicopter ride above the thunderous waters below – the best way to see the falls in all their glory. Then it’s across the border to Botswana for more of what we love. I.e., safaris! This time, it’s the world-famous Chobe National Park, known for its huge elephant population.
Chobe National ParkTonight, you’ll truly experience the wilderness with a night out in the middle of the African bush. We have a private Contiki site just for us, with our own guides, cooks and a bonfire – all set under the stars. After dinner, you’ll get the chance to fall asleep to the sounds of Africa: a jackal calling in the distance, the loud whoop of a hyena, perhaps the roar of lions as they wake from a daytime slumber. Catch you later, city life!

Please note: due to the rainy season, overnight camping in Chobe is not available from October to March. Instead, you’ll spend two nights in Chobe at a lodge with afternoon and morning game drives still included, plus a buffet dinner.

Contiki Safari Camp (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Dinner

Make Travel Matter®Take an Afternoon Game Drive in Chobe (MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience)Coast along the banks of the Chobe River in search of thirsty wildlife coming down to drink. Falls Helicopter Flight (12min)Experience the unrivalled view of the majestic Victoria Falls with this flight over the falls. You can’t quite appreciate the magnitude of the falls until you see it from the sky.
Additional costs apply

Falls Helicopter Flight (25min)Experience the unrivalled view of the majestic Victoria Falls and the Mighty Zambezi with this flight over the falls. You can’t quite appreciate the magnitude of the falls until you see it from the sky. If you have never done a helicopter flight, you might as well do one of the best as this one also takes you over the gorge or surrounding nature reserves.
Additional costs apply

Make Travel Matter®Walking Safari (MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience)Stroll through the wild side with a walking safari – guided by an expert! It’s not just walking in a wildlife reserve. You’ll learn about tracking, medicinal plants and smaller creatures (and really, anything else we stumble upon).
Additional costs apply

Day 10: ChobeMake Travel Matter®

Chobe National ParkThis morning we’ll wake up to watch the sunrise over the African bush with a light breakfast, before departing on a morning game drive to hopefully see some of the wildlife we may have heard the night before. We will arrive late morning to check into our new lodge and spend the rest of the day relaxing around the pool and swapping stories from the night before. On our last evening together you can opt for a wildlife cruise on the Chobe river. Surrounded by pods of hippos, crocs basking on the banks and all forms of African animals coming down to drink, this is truly one African sunset you’ll never forget followed by a buffet dinner tonight.

Kwalape Safari Lodge (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Make Travel Matter®Take a Morning Game Drive in Chobe (MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience)Be on the lookout for any wildlife we may have heard the night before! Wildlife Cruise & DinnerCruise along the Chobe River on the look out for wildlife coming down to quench their thirst. Enjoy the sunset with hippo’s, croc’s (and sometimes elephants) in the river, plus a sundowner drink in hand. And finally, end the night with a buffet dinner back at the lodge.
Additional costs apply

Day 11: Chobe to Makgadikgadi Salt Pans

Chobe National ParkDumela Botswana! We’ll head south today from Kasane to Gweta Lodge on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt pans.Makgadikgadi Salt PansOpt to cruise the salt pans in open safari vehicles in search of a meerkat colony while getting some funky perspective photos in one of the largest salt flats in the world. Tonights treat is sundower drinks under an icon of Botswana before retiring to the lodge for dinner and drinks at the bar.

Gweta Lodge (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Meerkats & Salt PansGet close to a colony of meerkats (Hey Timon!) as they go about their daily routines and take the opportunity to get those classic perspective photos out on the Makgadikgadi Salt Pan followed by a sunset drive to the lodge.
Additional costs apply

Day 12: Makgadikgadi Salt Pans to Okavango DeltaMake Travel Matter®

Makgadikgadi Salt PansWe will say goodbye to the pans (for now) and head on to the wildlife haven that is the Okavango DeltaOkavango Delta
Our minds already blown by this unique natural landscape, it’s off to the Okavango Delta, where we’ll take an awe-inspiring game drive before settling into our exclusive Contiki Safari Camp. We’ll be greeted with luxe two person dome tents – pre-erected of course – with stretchers, mattresses and linen. Dinner? How about a campfire meal as we swap tales under a starswept sky?

Contiki Safari Camp (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Dinner

Make Travel Matter®Take an afternoon Game Drive in the Okavango Delta (MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience) Our first taste of the Okavango Delta, as we head to our Contiki Safari Camp. Hopefully spotting some of the ‘Big Five’ on our way.

Day 13: Okavango DeltaMake Travel Matter®

Okavango Delta

Get your David Attenborough voice on, we are in the heart of Africa’s iconic wildlife filming paradise. This sprawling wetland is home to some of Africa’s most incredible species and we will start searching for them after a quick bite to eat and we’re off on an early morning game drive in the Okavango Delta in hopes of spotting elephants, hippos and if we’re lucky, some predators. We’ll head back to camp for a tasty lunch and siesta. Chill in the camp or opt for a Mokoro boat trip along the gorgeous waterways of the delta. In the afternoon we’re back on another jaw-dropping game drive before our traditional campfire dinner. The day isn’t over, though – not even close. This evening we have a once in a lifetime opportunity – a night drive in the bush with spotlights seeking out elusive nocturnal animals you can’t find during the day.

Contiki Safari Camp (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Make Travel Matter®Take a morning Game Drive in the Okavango Delta (MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience)Get up with the sun in search of the amazing wildlife in this garden of Eden. Make Travel Matter®Take an Afternoon Game Drive in the Okavango Delta (MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience)Enjoy another taste of wildlife spotting this afternoon.Make Travel Matter®Take a night Game Drive in the Okavango Delta (MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience)Enjoy a sunset trip along the waterways of the Khwai River, looking out for the incredible animals that live here. Mokoro Boat SafariJump into a Mokoro, a traditional boat, and let a guide pole you down the Delta in search of wildlife. Its an incredibly relaxing journey and gets you close to wildlife coming down to drink for unique photographic opportunities.
Additional costs apply

Day 14: Okavango Delta to MaunMake Travel Matter®

Okavango DeltaAnother morning at the Delta (the struggle is real.) After coffee and breakfast at sunrise, it’s time for another morning game drive – eyes peeled for elephants – as we make our way out of this wildlife paradise.MaunCheck into the lodge, chill by the pool and then take to the skies in an optional Okavango Delta helicopter flight. Hover just meters above the waterways or fly high for stunning views of this unique inland delta and of course, don’t forget your binocs for some wildlife spotting from the air. If you’ve got a head for heights, you won’t find views more spectacular than this anywhere in the world. Tonight, you’ll polish off your last night in Botswana with a night in the town. The Okavango Delta Brewery calls, offering a tour, tasting and dinner for you to enjoy.

Island Safari Lodge (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Make Travel Matter®Take a dawn Game Drive in the Okavango Delta (MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience) It’s our last drive in the Delta! And our last chance to see any wildlife that eluded us on previous jaunts. Spot Wildlife on a Helicopter RideGet unbeatable wetland views from way up high. Whether you hover metres above the waterways or you soar above the plains looking for wildlife, this is your chance to get some truly amazing snaps from the sky.
Additional costs apply

Make Travel Matter®Craft Brewery for Conservation MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® ExperienceA great venue for a night in town in Maun, supporting local farmers who harvest sustainably in areas where elephant/human conflict is high. We’ll start with the brewery tour and end with dinner and drinks.
Additional costs apply

Day 15: Maun to Windhoek

Maun

We’ve got a long day ahead of us. Today we’ll traverse two countries as we leave Botswana and head into Namibia. After crossing the border, we’ll arrive in Windhoek this evening. Keep your cameras ready for stunning Savanna scenery along the way

WindhoekTonight we’ll check out the famous Joe’s Beerhouse – an (eccentric) cattle ranch style restaurant. There’s lots to choose from. But there’s nothing better than some earthy Namibian game meat to kick off our time in Namibia.

Town Lodge, Windhoek (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Day 16: Windhoek to Sossusvlei

Windhoek

After breakfast, we’ll hit the road together to admire the beautiful countryside. Namibia’s main attractions are spaced far apart so expect some long drives with jaw-dropping views along the way. Beautiful desert scenery, as well as historical and cultural stops on the route – we promise the drives won’t be a bore. Our first stop will be for lunch near the Nauklauft Mountain Range on a vineyard, in the middle of the desert. Wine tasting anyone?

SossusvleiThis evening, we arrive at our accommodation near one of Namibia’s most iconic attractions: Sossusvlei, a huge salt and clay pan framed by enormous dunes (some of the highest in the world). We’ll check in to our lodge and then get ready for a morning’s exploration with a big ol’ buffet dinner.

Weltevrede Guesthouse (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Dinner

Day 17: Sossusvlei to Swakopmund

Sossusvlei

We’re up early today – let’s get exploring the desert before it’s too hot!
We start out at the Namib-Naukluft National Park, keeping our eyes open for Oyrx and other desert-dwelling wildlife. Wandering along Big Daddy sand dune and down into Deadvlei, admiring the views, you’ll finally realise where your desktop background images come from.

Swakopmund

We’ll hit the road again, admiring more scenery on our way to the coastal town of Swakopmund. After checking into our hotel take yourself for a sunset stroll and enjoy some of the local delicacies here.

Prost Hotel (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Included ExperienceSee Deadvlei and Big Daddy Sand DuneExplore Sossusvlei, snap shots of Deadvlei and wander around Big Daddy sand dune

Day 18: Swakopmund

Swakopmund

Swakopmund is our adventurer’s paradise as we explore the ocean and the surrounding desert. Fancy a seal kayaking experience at Pelican point? You can catch glimpses of dolphins, whales, seals (of course) and other fascinating marine life. Then opt into hitting the Namib Desert for a spot of quad biking or sand boarding in the oldest dunes. If you’d prefer to keep things chilled then take a historic and cultural tour of Mondesa Township, meeting the locals and learning about the different ethnic groups followed by a home-made dinner in a traditional restaurant.

Prost Hotel (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Namib Desert Quad Bike & Sandboarding ComboExperience the joy of an hours’ worth of cruising the dunes on a guided quad bike tour of the Namib desert. Afterwards, enjoy the thrill of lying-down sandboarding down some massive dunes with the crew.
Additional costs apply

Namib Desert Quad BikingYou will be taken on a quad bike tour through the desert to explore the Namib Desert. There will be a few stops on the way where the guide will tell about the desert, its creatures and to see the magnificent views of the desert and the Atlantic Ocean.
Additional costs apply

Seal Kayaking at Pelican PointDrive through wetlands and dunes up to the Pelican Point – home to over 50,000 Cape Fur Seals. Hop in the kayaks and enjoy paddling next to these inquisitive creatures. Keep an eye out for a mystical myriad of marine birds, dolphins and whales along the way!
Additional costs apply

Swakopmund Township Tour & Traditional DinnerTake a historic and cultural tour of Mondesa Township, meeting the locals and learning about the different ethnic groups followed by a home-made dinner in a traditional restaurant.
Additional costs apply

Day 19: Swakopmund to Etosha

Swakopmund

Today we head back inland for our Namibian safari destination of choice – Etosha. Before we arrive, we’ll stop off in the Erongo Mountains to visit the San Bushmen of Omandumba. Here, we’ll learn some of their language and be wowed at their skills and crafts as they educate us on how to survive and thrive in harsh desert conditions.

Etosha National ParkThen we’re headed to our accommodation near Etosha (a pan so large it can be seen from space!). But it’s the natural waterholes lining the edge that interests the wildlife, and that’s why it interests us. Enjoy sundowners and an included dinner at the lodge while the excitement builds for tomorrow’s game drive.

Ljaba Lodge (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Dinner

Day 20: EtoshaMake Travel Matter®

Etosha National ParkWe’re up early for our first Namibian game drive in Etosha! From big cats to desert-savvy antelope, the wildlife viewing experience here is like nowhere else on Earth. At midday we’ll head back to the lodge for lunch and siesta by the pool before choosing to visit a Himba Village in the afternoon. Tonight, on our last night together, we’ll treat ourselves to one last buffet dinner.

Ljaba Lodge (or similar)

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Dinner

Make Travel Matter®Etosha Half Day Game Drive MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® ExperienceThe Etosha pan can be seen from space, but you’ll see it from close up – cruising from waterhole to waterhole in search of lions, elephants, giraffes and rhinos (if we’re lucky).
Additional costs apply

Visit a Himba VillageTake a guided tour through a Himba Village. Known for their traditional red body paint and deeply rooted cultural beliefs, find out about their relationship with nature and learn their cultural traditions.
Additional costs apply

Day 21: Etosha to Windhoek

Etosha National Park
After breakfast, we drive back down to Windhoek to catch the afternoon flights back home.
WindhoekWe’ll say goodbye to new friends but cherish our lifelong memories.

Please Note: Do not book flights that depart before 14:30pm on the last day of the trip.

Included Meals:

Breakfast

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Ein paar der Highlights:

Included Experience
Take a Cable Car up Table Mountain

Cable the Table! Take a scenic ride to the top of one of the ‘New Seven Wonders of Nature’ for 360° views of Cape Town.

INCLUDED

Included Experience
Marvel at Victoria Falls

See the epic waterfall of your Insta dreams. Take a stroll along the edge and see this ‘the smoke that thunders’ in all its glory.

INCLUDED

Make Travel Matter®
Take a morning Game Drive in the Okavango Delta (MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience)

Get up with the sun in search of the amazing wildlife in this garden of Eden.

INCLUDED

Trip Highlights

The must do experiences that you can cross off your bucket list

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Inkludierte Kulinarik:

20 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 6 Dinners

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Transfers:

Coach, Safari Truck and Safari Vehicles

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Gruppengröße:

Maximum 26 people

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Team:

Expert Trip Manager + Driver Team + Local Guides

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Weitere Details:

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