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African Wonders

9 Days

Windhoek to Windhoek


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Experience traditional African tribes, and diverse, abundant wildlife along the three river systems of the KAZA Transfrontier Park. Explore the world-renowned water wonderland of the Okavango Delta.

African Wonders
Languages English. German available on request.
Departure days Mondays
Classification Superior
Aircraft Cessna 210 / Caravan / Cessna 404
Group size 2-8 guests
Please note
Due to safety reasons, STRICTLY 10kg per person in soft luggage is allowed. (Safe storage for any excess luggage can be provided in Windhoek; on request)
Travelling guests are required to indicate their weight.
Any luggage or persons above the restricted weight may require the use of an additional aircraft – which may lead to rate increases.
Accommodation As specified
Meals 8 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 8 dinners
Entrance fees
Etosha National Park, Victoria Falls, Chobe National Park, Moremi Game Reserve
As specified
Optional extras
Additional excursions / activities on request
Excluded: all international / domestic flights and taxes • visas • travel and personal accident insurance • personal expenses • excursions / activities not specified • gratuities

English Departure Dates  

Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct
12,26 10 14,28 11,25 11,25 15,29 13,27 10,24 15,29 12,26 9,23 7,21
Special Discount / No Single Supplement

Day 1 | Monday


We are picked up at our accommodation and transfer to the Eros Airport situated in Windhoek. Leaving Windhoek behind us, we fly to the eastern side of world-renowned Etosha National Park. Our lodge is situated directly at the entrance gate. In the afternoon we enter the park for our first game drive in an open vehicle.

Overnight at Onguma Game Reserve – Dinner.

Day 2 | Tuesday


In the early morning we travel by open vehicle into the Etosha National Park. The Etosha Pan, a vast saline desert that shimmers with terrestrial heat during the day, is surrounded by a number of waterholes that sustain over 114 different game as well as 340 different bird species. We may encounter four of the ‘Big 5’, as well as rare and endangered animals such as cheetah, sable, and the Damara dik-dik, Namibia’s smallest antelope.

Overnight at Onguma Game Reserve – Breakfast and dinner.

Day 3 | Wednesday


Departing the Etosha National Park after breakfast, we fly north into Namibia’s lush Caprivi Region, reputed as southern Africa’s most celebrated birding hot spot. Our lodge lies on one of the shady banks of the Okavango River among tall and ancient African ebony and marula trees and promises us an exceptional and unforgettable nature experience. In the late afternoon we navigate the lush channels of the Okavango River on a boat cruise to experience the Caprivi’s natural fauna and flora.

Overnight at Divava Okavango Lodge & Spa – Breakfast and dinner.

Day 4 | Thursday


Our flight takes to the Chobe National Park, from where we get transferred to Victoria Falls. It is the widest waterfall in the world, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. This dramatically beautiful event is accompanied by a deafening roar and fine spray that arcs up into the sky, giving the falls its local name: Mosi-oa-Tunya – the “Smoke that Thunders”. We explore the falls on a guided excursion to experience this natural phenomenon with its lush rain forest inhabited by a rich variety of birds and animal species such as bushbuck and monkeys.

Overnight at Ilala Lodge – Breakfast and dinner.

Day 5 | Friday


The day is at leisure and we have the option of either walking through the streets of the historic town, or participating in optional activities that Victoria Falls is so famous for. Some of these consist of helicopter flights over the falls, wildlife experiences on foot, or on water. For the more adventurous, Victoria Falls is a haven for whitewater rafting, bungee jumping, or abseiling, to name a few.

Overnight at Ilala Lodge – Breakfast and dinner.

Day 6 | Saturday


We travel to Kasane and to the Chobe National Park. Its riverine forests and floodplains support a multitude of game species, which in turn attract predators such as lion, leopard and hyena. It is home to the largest concentration of elephant in Africa and during the dry season the herds congregate along the fertile flood plains of the Chobe River. Some of the other game species found within the park and along the banks of the river consist of large herds of buffalo, puku, lechwe, bushbuck, and kudu. This afternoon experience the Chobe River with its magnificent animals and birds while enjoying a sundowner boat trip.

Overnight at Chobe Marina Lodge – Breakfast and dinner.

Day 7 | Sunday


After an early morning game drive in the Chobe National Park, our flight takes us over the Okavango Delta. Its crystal clear waters spread across the Kalahari Desert, forming the world’s largest wetland delta and one of the most celebrated wildlife areas in the world. Its waterways are a mesh of meandering and intercepting channels, creating a haven for a myriad of animals and birds. Explore this natural environment and its amazing fauna and flora on a game drive, boat cruise, guided walk or mokoro.

Overnight at Moremi Crossing or similar – Fully inclusive.

Day 8 | Monday


Enjoy morning and afternoon activities in the Moremi Game Reserve with your lodge that will bring you closer to this amazing water wonderland. The area is a birders paradise with over 240 different species inhabiting the delta. Activities are land or water borne, and depend on the seasons within the Okavango Delta.

Overnight at Moremi Crossing or similar – Fully inclusive.

Day 9 | Tuesday


After breakfast you fly over the Okavango Delta and the parallel red dunes of the Kalahari Desert back to Namibia. Your pilot will either drop you off at the international airport for your outward flight, or at the Eros Airport in Windhoek where you transfer to your separately booked hotel.


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