Namibia Caprivi Tour (13 days)

Day 1-2:

Arrival in Windhoek. Sightseeing tour in Windhoek – possibility of shopping. Tour to a lodge or farm in the Waterberg Mountain’s region. There you can relax from the journey or take part in first safari or hiking tours.

Day 3-4:

Tour to the famous Etosha National Park. During the following days, you go on long safari tours in this game reserve with a total surface of 22,000 square kilometers. Observe closely giraffes, zebras, antelopes, rhinos, elephants, lions, leopards and many more wild animals.

Day 5:

Tour to a “Historic Village” of the San ("Bushmen"). Visit a traditional village near Grashoek in the “Bushmen Land”. Possible activities:

Day 6-7:

Tour to the Popa Falls and to the Mahango Game Park in the West of the Caprivi Region. Marshland, reed, green fields, palm trees, huge Baobab trees and papyrus. The Okavango River coins the image of the landscape. Elephants, buffaloes, antelopes, baboons, guenons, hippos, crocodiles, lions and other predators live there. Experience this landscape and its animals during a boat trip or safari and visit the Popa Falls’ rapids. You can go angling from a boat here as well (for example fishing for the tiger fish).

Day 8-9:

Tour further into the Caprivi to the Kwando River. You see many huge herds of elephants (up to 200 animals) here. Go on safaris in the Bwabwata and Mudumu Park. On boat safaris through the network of river arms you can watch animals in this quite tropical area. You also visit the “Historic Mafwe Village”, an indigene tribe of the Caprivi. There you gain insight of the traditional and today’s life of the Mafwe. The focus is set on learning about their original way of living and pre-colonial culture. The Mafwe are very lively and it is fun not only to watch them but also to join them. For example to dance or to mash millet with them. You can go fishing here as well (for tiger fish for example).

Day 10-11:

Tour crossing the border to Botswana to the game reserve with the greatest animal polulation of the country, the Chobe National Park. The park is the home of 60,000 elephants (the world’s biggest population) and of thousands of buffaloes, giraffes, zebras, rhinos, rare antelope species, guenons, baboons, hippos, crocodiles, lions, leopards and many other animals. You go on boat safaris on the Chobe River and on safaris in an off-road vehicle.

Day 12:

Tour to the famous Victoria Falls of the Zambezi Rivers in Zimbabwe (distance: only about 80 kilometers). With a height of 110 meters on a width of 1.7 kilometers, they are the biggest falls of Africa and are among the biggest of the planet as well. Apart from the possibility to visit the falls, there is a great deal of other activities: helicopter flights over the falls, elephant riding, guided “lion walks”, boat trip on the Zambezi River, bungee jumping from the bridge over the falls, wild water rafting, safaris in the Victoria Falls National Park and many more. Furthermore the arts and craft market in the next town is worth visiting.

Day 13:

Trip to the airport of Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) or Livingstone (Zambia). You can fly back or extend your stay: from Victoria Falls through Botswana to Windhoek or flight to Cape Town

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