Himba People, Etosha , Victoria Falls, Chobe & Okavango Delta - Nambia, Zimababwe, Bostwana

A pinch of past in the form of Bushmen rock engravings at Twyfelfontein; to the intersting present of semi-nomadic Himba People, a dash of wildlife at Etosha National Park and the large portion of Hoba Meteorite. Garnished with Divundu and Popa Fall. Head to Botswana where the Okavango Delta, Moremi and Chobe National Parks are waiting but don't forget Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.
Duration: 12 Days
This vacation offers the best of Botswana, Zimbabwe and Namibia. The rich diversity of fauna in Chobe and Moremi National parks, the beautiful and enigmatic Himba, the mysterious past in the rock engravings at Twyfelfontein, the geologically stunning Hoba Meteorite, and the breath taking sheerness of Victoria falls will leave you speechless.

1 Nights in Windhoek, Namibia

Begin your vacation learning more about diamond polishing at Windhoek.
Day 1

Your holiday begins as we pick you up from Windhoek, with a city orientation trip and a visit to the diamond polishing plant. You will stay at a guest house and dine at a local restaurant.

Accommodation at Tamboti Guesthouse, River Crossing Lodge or Hilton Hotel Meals: Dinner at a local restaurant

1 Nights in Twyfelfontein, Namibia

Twyfelfontein has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list for the rock paintings. Engravings depict scenes from day-to-day life, hunting and animal migration.
Day 2

After breakfast depart at leisure to Damaraland via the scenic route. You will arrive at the intended lodge at the foot of rusty-orange mountains around afternoon. Opt for a visit to the Living Village museum of the Damara people and learn about their culture and traditions.

Accommodation at Twyfelfontein Lodge Meals: breakfast and dinner served at the Lodge. Lunch at your cost

1 Nights in Kaokoland, Namibia

Beautiful in their appearance and their traditions, the Himba people are rich in their culture and lifestyle. Visit them to know more.
Day 3

Visit the largest concentration of Bushmen rock engravings in Africa at Twyfelfontein. Make your way to Kaokoland later and visit the last pastoralist tribes on earth-Himba. They have a brilliant and unparalled way of life, which has not changed for hundreds of years. Arrive at the lodge late afternoon.

Accommodation at Opuwo Country Hotel Meals: breakfast and dinner served at the Lodge. Lunch at your cost

2 Nights in Etosha National Park, Namibia

Open spaces and incredible landscape along with impressive number of animal such as an estimated number of 250 lions, 300 rhinos, 2500 giraffes, 6000 zebras and more than 2000 elephants makes Etosha National Park one of the most-loved national parks of Africa.
Day 4

An experienced guide will walk you through the village and explain their culture and traditions. It is once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be able to photograph them. It is now time to head to Etosha National Park. Upon arrival at the lodge, rest awhile and then visit one of the several waterholes and you are sure to get lucky. 

Day 5

Etosha National Park has high concentration of animals and birds and some of them endangered. You can spend an entire day spotting these animals on a game drive, with a break at one of the camps for lunch. Be back at the lodge before the gate closes.

Accommodation at Namutoni, Halali or Okaukuejo Meals: breakfast and dinner served at the Lodge. Lunch at your cost

1 Nights in Caprivi Strip, Namibia

Caprivi strip shares its border with four countries, is surrounded by four perennial rivers and has four National Parks. A meteor 200 to 400 million years old landed on earth 80,000 years ago, in the present day Hoba farm and got its name Hoba Meteorite
Day 6

Bid farewell to Etosha as you make your way north-east to Divundu in the Caprivi Region. On the way visit the largest iron meteorite on earth - Hoba Meteorite. you will ariive at the lodge on the banks of Okavango River late in the afternoon.

Accommodation at Kaisosi River Lodge Meals: breakfast and dinner served at the Lodge. Lunch at your cost

2 Nights in Maun, Botswana

The Okavango Delta is one of Africa's prime safari destinations. Its seasonal flooding brings a cycle of life and growth, and a bounty of wildlife and birds. The delta supports both resident and floating population of wildlife.
Day 7

A game drive in itself as you continue your travel to Maun, located in the outskirts of Okavango Delta. You will see African bush elephant, African Buffalo, hippopotamus, lechwe, tsessebe, sitatunga, Blue Wildebeest, giraffe, Nile Crocodile, lion, cheetah, leopard, brown and spotted hyena, springbok, greater kudu, springbok, sable antelope, black rhino, white rhino, plains zebra, warthog and chacma baboon

You will arrive at the lodge late afternoon with some time to rest or opt for a sunset scenic flight over delta in a Cessna craft. 

Day 8

You have a tough choice to make with opting for a whole-day Mokoro adventure (dough-gout canoe) in the Okavango Delta or game drive viewing wildlife at the Moremi National Park in an open vehicle.

Accommodation at Maun Meals: breakfast and dinner served at the Lodge. Lunch at your cost

1 Nights in Chobe National Park, Botswana

Chobe is the site of a spectacular yearly zebra migration, a must see for safari-goers. It boasts one of the highest concentrations of wildlife in Southern Africa.
Day 9

Head to Chobe National Park after breakfast, a destination with the largest concentration of African elephants in the world. Cruise down the Chobe river in the afternoon and see it join the Zambezi. It is whole new game viewing experience from the water. Relax and view wildlife simultaneously. 

Accommodation at Kasane Meals: breakfast and dinner served at the Lodge. Lunch at your cost

2 Nights in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls is a must-see for people touring Southern Africa. It is considered one of the natural wonders of the world, the waters of the Upper Zambezi plummet over cliffs into the fast-flowing rapids of the Lower Zambezi.
Day 10

Begin your day with an optional game drive in a open vehicle at the Chobe National Park. Cross the border into Zimbabwe and arrive at the small town, Victoria Falls. After check-in and lunch at the lodge, visit the Victoria Falls and marvel at its sheerness.

Day 11

Visit the local craft market and shop for last minute souvenirs and admire the falls for the last time this vacation from Zimbabwean side, which is supposed to have the most spectacular views. After lunch you can relax or opt for the below mentioned activities:

Helicopter flight over the falls 
Visit at the traditional village
White-water rafting on the Zambezi
Visit at the falls from Zambian side
Bush walk with lions
Sunset boat cruise on the Zambezi River

Day 12

Saying goodbye to Victoria, we have sufficient time for some last minute shopping and scenic photography. We then depart to the airport and bid you farewell on your journey home. 

Accommodation at Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe Meals on Day 10 & Day 11: breakfast and dinner served at the Lodge. Lunch at your cost On Day 12 Breakfast served at the Lodge

Himba People, Etosha , Victoria Falls, Chobe & Okavango Delta - Nambia, Zimababwe, Bostwana Information

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