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KAZA Wildlife Experience – Self Drive or Guided Safari

Tour Details

This unforgettable trip invites wildlife enthusiasts and passionate bird watchers to fall in love with the truly amazing wildlife conservation areas of Southern Africa and their untamed beauty. At Okonjima you will be introduced to their rehabilitation programs for cheetahs, leopards, wild dogs, and hyenas. The Etosha National Park offers excellent viewing opportunities for lions, elephants and various species of antelope, while in the Bwabwata National Park you come to meet animals that inhabit the river landscapes, such as crocodiles, hippos and fascinating birdlife. The Chobe National Park is known for its large buffalo and elephant herds, which you encounter during game viewing excursions on land and on water. To top off this truly magnificent trip you visit the Victoria Falls, which are among the world’s seven natural wonders.
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Prices available on request

Included are accommodation and meals as listed (please refer to attached price list) and the rental car. Not included are activities, excursions and park entrance fees, personal expenses (tips, souvenirs, medication, telephone calls etc.), meals and beverages not itemized or excluded from the itinerary, airport taxes, visa costs all scheduled flights and bank charges.

* This Tour can also be booked as Guided Tour

Why you choose this package!

  • amazing wildlife conservation areas of Southern Africa
  • rehabilitation programs for cheetahs, leopards, wild dogs
  • large buffalo and elephant herds
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Day 1,Olive Grove Guesthouse, Windhoek

Arrival at the Windhoek International Airport where you will be met by your English speaking tour guide. During the short trip to Windhoek you will receive useful information about the customs and ways of the country and get a first impression of the African landscape.
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Day 2,Okonjima Luxury Bush Camp

Today you travel north to Okonjima, situated within a private nature reserve just south of Otjiwarongo. What started off as a sanctuary for cheetahs and leopards that have been rescued from irate livestock farmers has since become a professionally run institution committed to the protection and long-term conservation of Namibia’s large predators.
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Day 3,Onguma Tented Camp, Onguma Game Reserve

The Etosha National Park is waiting for you. In the afternoon you explore the eastern part of the park, searching for lions, elephants, the eland (the largest antelope), the damara dik-dik (the smallest antelope), giraffes and more.
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Day 4,Onguma Tented Camp, Onguma Game Reserve

You can look forward to a day of exciting game viewing. Etosha is Namibia's most famous national park and one of the highlights of the country. The Etosha Pan and the area that would later become the Etosha National Park was first discovered by the European explorers Charles Andersson and Sir Francis Galton in 1851. Today the park covers an area of 22 270 km2. The appeal of the Etosha National Park lies its contrast of wide open grasslands mixed with woodlands of Camelthorn and Mopani trees. This diverse vegetation accounts for the abundance of wildlife that thrives in the park.
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Day 5,Wildacker Guestfarm, Northern Namibia

Today you embark on a journey into the past. An early start takes you into the northern Kalahari to the Historic Living Village / XAO-O JU / Hoansi GA. This unpronouncable name with the typical Khoisan click sounds means "the life of the Ju / Hoansi San". The historic San settlement has been built next to the present day village and offers visitors an authentic insight into the traditional culture and the original way of living of the San. The Ju / Hoansi demonstrate their desert survival secrets with great dedication and invite you to sit down and interact. After this cultural exchange you proceed to your destination for tonight.
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Day 6,River Dance Lodge, Kavango

Continue your journey to the Kavango Region. En route you pass a veterinary check point, the so-called "red line" which separates the commercial farmlands from the communal lands of the Kavango. Here the picture changes abruptly: suddenly you can see tall trees, the traditional huts and villages are built right next to the road, free-roaming cattle and goats pose a danger to traffic and along the road side souvenirs and piles of firewood are for sale.
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Day 7,River Dance Lodge, Okavango River

Time for an excursion to Popa Falls and to the small Mahango Game Park, a protected area within the Bwabwata National Park. It is situated at the country's eastern border with Botswana in the flood plains of the Okavango River basin. This small game park has a very rich diversity of mammal species including elephants and buffaloes, the rare sable antelope and lechwes.
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Day 8,Nambwa Tented Lodge, Kwando River

Meandering through the spectacular Caprivi Strip in northwest Namibia, the Kwando River rises from the central Angolan highlands forming the boundary between Namibia, Zambia and Angola. The area surrounding the Kwando River is known for its protected game reserves, national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. It offers excellent game viewing with the perennial waters of the river attracting plentiful wildlife including large herds of elephant, hippos, crocodiles, red lechwe, zebra, impala, spotted-necked otters and over 400 species of bird. Visitors can enjoy a relaxing stay at one of the many lodges set on the banks of the river and soak up the spectacular views of wild Africa.
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Day 9,Nambwa Tented Lodge, Zambezi Region

Enjoy your stay at Nambwa Tented Lodge. Whether you explore the park on water or on land – every excursion will offer a very different picture with new experiences. In between relax on the sun deck or in the cozy lounge, or enjoy the unique Eastern Caprivi atmosphere from the privacy of your tree house deck.
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Day 10,Chobe Bush Lodge, Chobe River Front

The Chobe National Park in Botswana, widely known for its spectacular elephant population, is waiting to impress you. This section of the park is best known for its elephant and hippo populations but the waters attract all manner of game including large herds of buffalo and the lions that prey on them.
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Day 11,Chobe Bush Lodge, Chobe River Front

Today you explore the Chobe National Park. In the morning you go on a game drive in an open 4x4 safari vehicle. This is the best time to see most antelopes, predators and the rich birdlife. After a comfortable siesta you enjoy a boat cruise on the Chobe River. Hippos and crocodiles are fairly easy to track in the open river landscape. In the late afternoon many antelopes come down to the river to quench their thirst and the elephants come to take a bath. Even from the boat a variety of large and small birds can be observed - especially the african fish eagle with its distinctive cry.
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Day 12,Ilala Lodge, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Off to the next country. In the late afternoon you visit the magnificent Victoria Waterfalls to view them in the best light for photography. Perhaps the spray is large enough to form rainbow?
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Day 13,Ilala Lodge, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Today offers a variety of optional activities in Victoria Falls to choose from, for example a scenic helicopter flight over the falls, a sunset river cruise on the Ra-Ikane cruiser or white water rafting on the Zambezi, an exciting ride on an elephant or even a walk with lions. For adrenalin addicts there is bungee jumping or a "Bridge-Swing". A visit to a museum or traditional village is something for history and culture enthusiasts. Your guide will help you choose the right one and assist with the booking.

Day 14,Departure

After a leisurely breakfast your guide will bring you to the Victoria Falls Airport for departure to Windhoek with connecting flight home. Self-drive version: After breakfast transfer to the Victoria Falls Airport.

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