A „three-country nature travel“, taking you to Namibia's wildlife rich Etosha National Park, to the Mahango Game Reserve and the Mudumu National Park.
This "three-country nature travel" takes you to Namibia's wildlife rich Etosha National Park and the Mahango Game Reserve on the Kavango River in the western Bwabwata National Park and to Mudumu National Park on Linyati River in eastern Caprivi Strip (the Linyati is known in Angola as Kwando and in Botswana as Chobe).
Wildlife observations are then continued in the adjacent Chobe National Park in Botswana. Wildlife watching also from boats. A visit to the Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe is the culmination of the journey.
Experience up close the culture and way of life of the local living San (Bushmen). Learn more about the history, take a bushwalk. Learn interesting things about making weapons, jewelry, and tools, how the San ignite a fire, or which plants they use to healing.
Small Group or Private Safari
English- and German- speaking tour guide
Duration: 14 Days
Etosha National Park • Full Day Experience with the San(Bushmen) Tripe • Caprivi • Mahango and Mudume (Namibia) • Chobe National Park (Botswana) • Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)
- Accommodation in double rooms and double tents of hotels, lodges, camps
- All transfers
- All entrance fees
- Excursions according to the program
- Additional meals
- Visa fee
- International flights
Photo Gallery: Namibia - Zimbabwe - Botswana • Self-drive - Safari
Daily Details for: Namibia - Zimbabwe - Botswana • Self-drive - Safari
Day 1: Windhoek
Arrival in Windhoek and transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon, city tour through the capital of the country.
Day 2: Windhoek - Etosha National Park
Drive north with a stop at the craft market of Okahandja, then continue to the Etosha National Park. Evening observation of plains zebra, blue wildebeest, elephants and rhinos at a floodlit waterhole in the immediate vicinity of the rest camp.
Day 3: Etosha National Park
Early departure for game viewing. In the bush savanna, the observation of numerous birds is possible, including red-bellied shrikes. Common occurrences of spring and oryx antelopes, elephants and giraffes, and lions; with a little luck also from brown hyena or cheetah.
Day 4 - 5: Etosha - Fiume Bush Camp
In the morning we depart Etosha and drive to Fiume Bush Camp. Spend two nights here and experience first-hand the culture and way of life of the living San. You will learn more about the history of this ancient people and go on a bushwalk together. You learn interesting things about the manufacture of their weapons, jewelry and tools. Show how the San ignite a fire, or which plants you use to heal.
Day 6: Fiume Bush Camp - Mahango National Park
On the way to the Caprivi peak, round mud huts line the roadside. On the way there are street markets where traditional wood carvings are offered for sale. Visit the Popa Falls. Continue to the Mahango Game Reserve, which is located in Bwabwata National Park.
Day 7: Mahango Game Reserve
Observations of a lively game change, as the animals from the hinterland visit the Okavango River to the potions. In the river occurrence of hippos and crocodiles.
Day 8: Mahango - Mudumu National Park
Short drive to Mudumu National Park bounded on the west by the Linyati River. The dry bush savannah with mopane trees in the northeast of the park is in contrast to the Linyati marshland in the southwest. This labyrinth of waterways, reef islands and swamps is also known as the "Little Okavango Delta". Afternoon sighting of kudus, bushbucks and marsh antelopes.
Day 9: Mudumu National Park
On game drives encounters with elephants and buffaloes as well as bird and vegetation-related walks and boat trips. At night, hyena howls and lion roars are heard.
Day 10: Mudumu - Chobe National Park
Drive to the lush Chobe River lodge in Chobe National Park, Botswana. Afternoon game drive in the National Park, famous for its elephant herds and sable antelopes.
Day 11: Chobe National Park
Tours for sightings of lions, spotted hyenas and black-backed jackals. Particularly impressive is a river crossing of elephants.
Day 12: Chobe National Park - Victoria Falls
Drive to Zimbabwe. Lodge in close proximity to the Victoria Falls.
Day 13: Victoria Falls
Hike to viewpoints at the waterfalls. The crowning end of the day is a boat trip with twilight puffs on the Zambezi River.
Day 14: Victoria Falls - return flight