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This stunning self-drive allows you to experience various highlights of Namibia and Botswana at your own pace! This is a comfort tour that brings you spectacular wildlife viewing along the watery channels of the Okavango Delta which all activities are optional, whereby you will enjoy close encounters with hippo, giraffe, and many other animals that you might not have seen before. This exclusive tour also takes you in Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls town, where you can see one of the Seven Wonders of the World Mighty waterfalls.
Drivers: A valid and unendorsed license must be produced by all drivers. The minimum age for authorized drivers is 23 years.
Fuel: The renter will receive the vehicle with a full tank of fuel. Upon the return of the vehicle/termination of the hire, the vehicle will be refilled at the renter’s expense.
Insurances: The rental vehicle includes Zero Excess
Rental Agreement: Upon renting the vehicle the renter and additional drivers will be required to complete a standard rental agreement with the car rental company. A valid credit card is required for the rental deposit.
Health: It is the client’s responsibility to ensure that he/she is medically fit and able to embark on the tour.
Force Majeure: We do our utmost to conduct the tour as described in the program; however, we cannot guarantee it. Unfavorable weather conditions, rivers in flood, organizational problems, unforeseen events, or other factors may force us to change the course of the tour. We apologize for the inconvenience.
After your arrival at the Hosea Kutako International Airport approx. 45 km east of Windhoek, you will be welcomed by the car rental company and taken to Windhoek where you will take over your vehicle with all the necessary instructions and information. Afterwards you will drive to your accommodation where you are able to freshen up and rest. In the afternoon you will have time to do some shopping for the next couple of days during the drive you can also get to know historical buildings. In the evening you can go out for a relaxing dinner. We can recommend Joe’s Beerhouse, Cape Town Fish Market or The Stellenbosch
Today your self drive journey starts! Drive towards Okonjima Nature Reserve and camp your first night in the African bush.
Halfway between Windhoek and Etosha lies the well-known Okonjima Nature Reserve. The 22 000 ha Nature Reserve is surrounded by 96 km of fence and was finally completed in 2010. Okonjima is home to AFRICAT, a Carnivore Conservation, which gives the captive carnivores a second chance to be released back into the wild and to take the time it needs, to become a completely independent hunter in a protected area right in the middle of commercial farmland!
Enjoy an early breakfast and continue touring the Okonjima Nature Reserve you have the full day to join some activities of your choice.
Have breakfast and drive early towards Etosha South Explore Etosha with your own rental vehicle and drive from waterhole to waterhole. The animals are most active during early morning and late afternoon hours.
You could book a safari with a guide through the lodge.
The morning and afternoons you will spend exploring the park always on the lookout for the wild animals of Namibia. The Etosha National Park hosts more than 110 mammals, some of which are elephants, white and black rhino, lion, leopard, hyena, several smaller predators, giraffe, zebra and uncountable antelopes. Furthermore more than 340 different bird species are found here. During the hot midday you can relax in the rest camp or return to your accommodation.
A stop at the Pan’s edge is as recommendable as exploring the different waterholes in the area. Especially during the dry season, which is from May to November/December, large herds of game gather at the waterholes to quench their thirst. In the visitor’s books at the restcamp receptions one can sometimes find hints about interesting sightings of rather rare species like leopards and predator kills.
Depending on the season one should focus on the central parts of the Etosha National Park around Okaukuejo or the eastern area around Namutoni, as the larger herds and with them the predators move between the areas during the course of the year.
The surrounding landscape is characterised by low-lying hills, and vast dry desert plains inhabited by a wealth of desert-adapted wildlife. It serves as the central hub for the Himba culture. The town provides a perfect base for visitors wishing to explore the Kaokoland area and visit the local villages of the itinerant Himba people.
One of just five perennial rivers in Namibia, the Kunene is an invaluable source of water for the local Himba people, and it has been the mainstay of their existence for hundreds of years. For travellers, the river’s most striking feature is the Epupa Falls, which cascade over a distance of more than a kilometre downstream, with a total vertical drop of around 60 metres.
You have an early breakfast than continue with the tour, today you have the full day enjoying the natural attractions around Epupa Falls.
Have early breakfast and drive towards Ongula Village.
Have breakfast and continue with the activities that you did not get to do.
Early Breakfast and then depart to The Okavango River .A visit to the Mahango Game Reserve Park, where, apart from animals, you will see huge baobabs.Today’s episode is not too long and you should be there in the early afternoon. The whole road leads through Caprivi and the area of the Bwabata National Park. The route is decorated with road signs “beware of elephants”. This is the route of the largest population of elephants migrating from Chobe to Zambezi.
Early Breakfast and then depart to The Okavango River .A visit to the Mahango Game Reserve Park, where, apart from animals, we will see huge baobabs.Today’s episode is not too long and we should be there in the early afternoon. The whole road leads through Caprivi and the area of the Bwabata National Park. The route is decorated with road signs “beware of elephants”. This is the route of the largest population of elephants migrating from Chobe to Zambezi.
Have breakfast and then depart to Kwando the area has great wildlife spotting.
Have breakfast and continue enjoying the activities
You wake up early get breakfast than depart to Victoria Falls crossing the border. It is the largest water Fall in the world Resting on the southern banks of the Zambezi River at the western end of the eponymous falls, this popular tourist town is compact enough to walk around and makes an ideal base for travellers exploring the seventh wonder of the world, it will be a long drive so make sure you get all necessary needs for the road.
Have breakfast, here you will have a full day to do the activities you did not get time to do yesterday.
You wake up get breakfast than depart to Savuti Campsite This route is only suitable for 4×4 experienced drivers. Enjoy the Botswana wilderness and camp inside the National Park.
Have breakfast and depart to Moremi.
Have breakfast and enjoy the day exploring one of the best wildlife areas in the world.
Have breakfast then drive enjoying your game drive towards Maun.
Have breakfast and drive towards Ghanzi, home of the San people.
Drive back into Namibia. Again a long drive. We recommend to spend the night at a place in or near Windhoek to rest some before you start your journey home.
Drive towards the airport/car depot and hand in your vehicle. Time to fly home. We hope you enjoyed your trip.