|Destinasjoner :||South Africa|
|Aktivitets nivå :||Camping - Kultur & Tema reiser (enkelt) - Natur og dyrereiser - Safari - Villmarks opplevelser|
Explore sand dunes, canyons and waterfalls from South Africa to Zimbabwe through Namibia and Botswana.
Arrive Victoria Falls. Clients not travelling on the group flight will join us during the day.
Today you have a free day and you can choose from scenic flights, white water rafting and game-viewing amongst others. Victoria Falls is a small town on the Zimbabwean side of the glorious Victoria Falls which you can visit (entrance own expense US$ 30).
Today we transfer to Kasane in Botswana, home to huge numbers of elephant and hippo. Optional afternoon game drive. (150km, 1-2hrs plus border crossing 1-2hrs)
Early morning game drive in Chobe National Park and an afternoon boat ride on the Chobe River where it is possible to view huge herds of elephant coming down to drink as well as many other types of game. For bird lovers the river provides a home for the m
We drive through the Caprivi Strip to our camp by the Okavango River. (400km, 5-6hrs plus border crossing 1hr)
We take a mokoro (traditional dug-out canoe) ride from our camp on the Okavango River to a point lower down in the panhandle of the Delta. (Please note that in March/April, the river may be flooded and we may have to substitute our mokoros for a boatride
Today there's a long drive from the Okavango River to Etosha National Park, a huge area of mixed forest and grassland centred around a large salt pan. Etosha is home to a great variety and number of game, which is easy to find as the animals congregate at
Game viewing in Etosha N.P.
We have the next two days to really enjoy this fabulous park, starting with an early morning game drive. While in Etosha we move our camps (between Okaukuejo, Halali or Namutoni) but the itinerary is kept flexible depending on where the game is.
Depart for Twyfelfontein where there are ancient and well-preserved rock-engravings. (300km, 4.5hrs)
We drive towards the Skeleton Coast and the Germanic town of Swakopmund. Overnight in Swakopmund. (400km, 6-7hrs)
A full day in Swakopmund to enjoy some of the optional adventure activities on offer; quad biking, sand boarding, flights over the desert, even a parachute jump is possible. Alternatively explore the town and visit some of the excellent cake shops for whi
Drive via Walvis Bay to Sesriem, through the Namib Desert. This area is home to some of the driest and oldest deserts on earth and some of the finest desert scenery in Africa, if not the world, with towering jagged rock formations and incredible lunar lan
Full day to enjoy the sand dunes of Sossusvlei and the Sesriem Canyon. Sossusvlei dunes are one of the great sights of Africa. We get up early to watch the morning light over the dunes and then have a go at climbing some of the highest dunes in the world!
We'll leave early this morning to drive to Hobas campsite at the Fish River Canyon. (500km, 8.5-9hrs)
Fish River Canyon is the second largest canyon on earth. The views along the canyon rim are spectacular - we take a short walk around the rim before continuing our journey to Orange River. (180kms, 2.5-3hrs plus border crossing 1hr)
Today we head to our final stop before reaching Cape Town as we head to the fertile Olifants River Valley, giving us a glimpse of the agricultural lifestyle of the Western Cape. (about 7hrs drive)
Morning relaxing at Lambertï¿½s Bay. In the afternoon we travel through farmlands of citrus, maize, cattle and sheep before arriving at our destination, Cape Town. (300km, 4.5-5.5hrs)
Activities available in Cape Town on days 18 and 19 (19 and 20 ex-London) are interchangeable depending on the weather, as everything hinges around going up Table Mountain on a clear day. Table Mountain is often the first image that springs to mind whenever one thinks of Cape.
The tour ends today in Cape Town. Those on the group flights will have some free time to do some final shopping or exploring before being taken to the airport for their flight home.
15 nights full-service camping, 2 nights lodge, 2 nights guesthouse
Camping and lodge departures available
Travel in a purpose-built overland truck
Some long drives
All breakfasts, 10 lunches, 12 dinners We suggest you allow about US$150 for meals not included in the itinerary. Camp meals should be wholesome and plentiful, but do not expect cordon bleu cooking. Please note sometimes it is not easy to get fresh meat. However, the general standard of food is good and vegetarians are well catered for. Please notify Exodus of specific dietary requirements.
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