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Three Country African Adventure

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  • 3 countries in one African adventure
  • Namibia, Botswana and Zambia
  • Cruise Okavango Delta waterways
  • Wildlife of Chobe National Park
  • The mighty Victoria Falls

Three Country African Adventure


Quick facts

Price from £2033
Duration 12 days
Max group size 14 persons
Single supplement none

Main areas visited

Summary of day-by-day itinerary

Day 1 Scheduled overnight flight from London to Johannesburg and on to Windhoek with South African Airways.
Day 2 An afternoon to explore Windhoek city or relax by the guesthouse pool before your African camping safari begins.
Day 3 Drive east along the Trans-Kalahari Highway and cross into Botswana where you'll camp on remote farm.
Day 4 Traverse typical Kalahari landscapes to reach the Okavango Delta and your picturesque campsite by Guma Lagoon.
Day 5 Navigate papyrus channels in a motorboat and glide through waterlily lined waterways in a mokoro (dug-out canoe).
Day 6 Enter Namibia and Mahango Game Reserve with possible sightings of rare roan and sable antelope.
Day 7 Head east through Namibia's Caprivi Strip and into Botswana where your campsite is on the banks of the Chobe River.
Day 8 Game drive in Chobe National Park before an unforgettable river cruise to see countless animals and bird species.
Day 9 Ferry across the Zambezi and Chobe Rivers to Zambia before an afternoon visit to the Victoria Falls.
Day 10 Choose from a variety of adventure activities in Livingstone including white-water rafting or more sedate boat trips.
Day 11 Leisure time overlooking the Zambezi River before your scheduled flight from Africa back to London, via Johannesburg.
Day 12 Arrive in the UK after a memorable African camping safari adventure to Namibia, Botswana and Zambia.

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