- The price is calculated for double rooms/tents. Singles paid extra.
- At campsites the food (mainly delicious meat) is served from the grill, at hotels and lodges we dine in restaurants.
The price includes:
- Accommodation + meals throughout the trip (breakfast & dinners)
- Entrance to all parks ( Etosha, Sossusvlei, Cape Cross, Twylfontein, Mahango, Victoria Falls) and Himba and Damara villages.
- All transfers
- Polish or English speaking guide + local driver/guide
- medical aid and accident insurance
- Water during car tranfers
- Boat trip in Walvis Bay
- Boat trip in Chobe Mokoro on the Kavango River (Ngepi) or the Kwando River.
The price does not include:
- International flights
- Additional attractions in Swakopmund (Crystal Gallery, Museum, Cultural trip) and Victoria Falls
- Visa to Namibia (to be done before the trip) and to Zimbabwe (purchased at the border)
- Drinks during meals
- Common tipping for guides
Welcome to Windhoek. After a long flight we are transferred to a comfortable hotel.
Once we’ve eaten breakfast we move toward the Sesriem Campsite. Today we will visit Sesriem Canyon.
We wake up very early to witness the sunrise and its beautiful colours at the world highest Dune 45. Then we eat breakfast and head to Sossusvlei, the place known for beautiful red dunes surrounding dry treas. Next destination is Walvis Bay. We will take gravel roads through the Namib Desert and admire fauna and flora of Namib Naukluft National Park. Then we head to the Tropic of Capricorn. The name derives from the fact that 2000 years ago the sun at the moment of winter solstice was in the Capricornus Constellation. We spend the night in Walvis Bay.
At 8 am we sail out in search of dolphins, seals, pelicans and if we’re lucky also wales. We have a snack (mainly sea food) and champagne on the boat. For fishing lovers there is also a possibility of tuna fishing (paid extra). Once we’re back we take a walk along Walvis Bay Lagoon and then move to Swakopmund to visit a very original African town with buildings in German style. We spend the night in Swakopmund.
After breakfast we visit Cape Cross – a seal colony. Then we go through Damaraland region, named after the Damara tribe who lives there. We stay in Twylfefontein overnight.
Departuringafter breakfast we go for a trip to see beautiful rock formations with thousands of prehistoric Bushmen wall paintings, inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Then we head to Opuwo to visit picturesque villages of Herero people. We spend the night in Opuwo.
In the morning accompanied by a local guide we pay a visit to Himba village. Then we head to a cheetah farm to experience unique close encounters with these beautiful animals. We spend the night there.
DAY 9 & 10
After breakfast we set off to Etosha National Park, the biggest wildlife reserve up to 1960. The park is the home of 114 mammals, 340 bird, 110 reptiles and also 14 amphibious animals species. It covers the area of 22 000 km2. The first night we spend inside the park, which gives us the opportunity to hear all the animals. For the second one we choose a nice lodge at the park borders.
We head in the direction of Tsumeb. It is the moment when we start to experience a completely different Namibia – the density of forest cover and beautiful settlements increases. We spend the night at the Ngepi Campsite, at the bank of the Kavango River, accompanied by the sounds of surrounding hippos.
After breakfast we visit Mahango Game Reserve where besides beautiful animals (especially antelopes) we can admire huge baobabs. In the afternoon we relax at the riverbank. We spend the night at the Ngepi Campsite.
Today we cross Caprivi Strip and Bwabwata National Park (the main migration route for the biggest population of elephants going from Chobe to Zambezi). We reach the Cuando River and set off for a nice boat trip. We spend the night at the Kvando Camp Lodge.
Once we’ve eaten breakfast we go to Katima Mulilo, the capital of Caprivi and then cross the border to Botswana. We spend the night in Kasane, the biggest town in the region as well as the gate to Chobe National Park. But before that we plan a boat trip to see the sunset.
Today we go to Victoria Falls, which means we cross the border to Zimbabwe. In the afternoon we take a hike along the falls. We stay in Victoria Falls overnight.
We devote the whole day to resting and enjoying additional attractions: rafting, a walk with lions or elephant ride (paid extra).