Namibia, Botswana & Victoria Falls

  • days: 24
  • from $15,995

Flights Included

Types of travel:

Countries Visited:

  • Namibia
  • Botswana
  • Zimbabwe

Description

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3 countries
13 game drives

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3 UNESCO World 
Heritage-listed sites

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African lodges | Private camping tent, Moremi Game Reserve 

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Experience the wilds of Africa on this amazing adventure. Witness spectacular wildlife and natural beauty as we visit places like the Okavango Delta, the salt pans of Etosha National Park, elephant-rich Chobe National Park and the splendour of Victoria Falls.

Discover the vast Namib Desert

The Namib Desert is the oldest, driest desert in the world and home to the world’s highest dunes and incredible granite rock formations. In Namibia’s north we experience Etosha National Park which is one of Africa’s most diverse wildlife reserves, and the Kavango region with its broadflood plains and teeming birdlife.

Breathtaking wildlife

We then journey to landlocked Botswana and its natural wonderland with 38% of land devoted to national parks, reserves and wildlife management areas. Enjoy breathtaking views of the world’s largest inland delta as we fly over the Okavango and explore Chobe National Park, home to the highest concentration of elephants on earth.

Spectacular Victoria Falls

Our grand finale is the amazing Victoria Falls. Located on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, these spectacular falls are considered the largest waterfall in the world. Known as “Mosi-o-Tunya” or “the smoke that thunders”, its mist can be seen from up to 40 kilometres away!

Itinerary

Abbreviation: [B,L,D] Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 1. Depart Australia

Day 2. Arrive Windhoek

Welcome to diverse Namibia! Enjoy a group welcome dinner this evening. [D]

Day 3. Windhoek

Today we’ll take a city tour of the capital, including a visit to the Old Brewery Craft Centre - a great place for souvenirs! [B]

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Special Experience: This afternoon we’ll visit Na’ankuse Lodge for a carnivore feeding tour. 

 

Day 4. Windhoek - Sossusvlei

We travel west through the vast Namib Desert to Sossusvlei. [B,D]

Day 5. Sossusvlei

An incredible day! As the sun rises we’ll travel to the highest dunes on earth at Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei, and visit Sesriem Canyon.

Enjoy a walk through the dunes, past white claypan trees estimated to be around 900 years old. 

We’ll then take an evening sundowner drive to view the local flora and fauna and enjoy a spectacular sunset. [B,D]

Day 6. Sossusvlei - Swakopmund

This morning we make our way to Swakopmund, a German colonial town on the west African coast. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure or take an optional scenic flight over the Swakopmund coastline. [B]

Day 7. Swakopmund

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Special Experience: Indulge in fresh local oysters and snacks on a scenic cruise of Walvis Bay, searching for dolphins, seals and pelicans. [B,L]

Day 8. Swakopmund - Damaraland

We head north to Damaraland via Brandberg, Namibia’s highest mountain. Later this afternoon we’ll head out in search of the area’s famous desert-adapted elephants. [B,D]

Day 9. Damaraland - Etosha National Park

This morning we visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Twyfelfontein, where we see the rock art on a Zieben Plate walk.

Next we'll visit the Petrified Forest and a typical Himba village on our way to Etosha National Park, one of Africa’s most diverse wildlife reserves. [B,D]

Day 10. Etosha National Park

We continue our journey to the other side of Etosha National Park by 4WD safari vehicle, heading eastward towards Botswana’s Okavango Delta. The fascinating landscapes and wide variety of wildlife will offer a great day of game and scenery viewing. [B,D]

Day 11. Etosha National Park

Our day is devoted to viewing the abundant array of wildlife found in the park on morning and late-afternoon game drives. [B,D]

Day 12. Etosha National Park - Kavango Region

We travel north to the Kavango region.

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Special Experience: Visit a San village run by the Ombili Foundation. Here 350 San people live on a farm where market crafts are made by the community.

As the sun begins to set, we’ll cruise the Kavango River, observing daily life over sundowners. [B,D]

Day 13. Kavango region - Caprivi Strip

We venture deep into the Divindu region. Its three distinct habitats make it a haven for wildlife. This afternoon we’ll enjoy a cruise and sundowner on the Kavango River. [B,D]

Day 14. Caprivi Strip

An early start for wildlife spotting on a morning game drive. We’ll then return to the lodge for lunch and time to relax. [B,D]

Day 15. Caprivi Strip - Maun

We cross the border and travel to the southern edge of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Okavango Delta, the largest inland delta on earth. [B,D]

Day 16. Maun - Moremi Game Reserve

We venture into the heart of the delta to Moremi Game Reserve. For the next two nights, we’ll camp out in the reserve and experience the real Africa. [B,L,D]

Day 17. Moremi Game Reserve

Moremi is one of Africa’s most beautiful reserves and boasts one of the world’s most rich and diverse ecosystems. Today we’ll spot the plentiful fauna on morning and afternoon game drives and a motorboat cruise through the lagoons of the delta. [B,L,D]

Day 18. Moremi Game Reserve - Nata

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Special Experience: Take a scenic flight over the incredible Okavango Delta. During the short flight to Maun, enjoy breathtaking views of the delta's expanded waterways, white claypans and palm-lined lagoons.

Our afternoon is at leisure. [B,D]

Day 19. Nata - Chobe

This morning we explore the fascinating Makgadikgadi Pans before travelling to Chobe, one of the largest parks in Botswana and home to the greatest concentration of elephants on earth! [B,D]

Day 20. Chobe National Park

We explore Chobe National Park on a morning game drive and an afternoon river safari along the Chobe River, with time to relax in between. [B,D]

Day 21. Chobe - Victoria Falls

We cross the border and travel to Victoria Falls, the world’s largest waterfall. Tonight we’ll relax on a sunset cruise of the Zambezi River. [B]

Day 22. Victoria Falls

A morning guided walk takes us through lush rainforest to the spectacular thundering falls. Explore the trails and take in the amazing view from the 16 viewing points! [B,D]
 

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Special Experience: Enjoy a boma dinner, with traditional dancing and drumming, our farewell to Africa.

Day 23. Victoria Falls

Today we begin our journey home. [B]

Day 24. Arrive Australia

Inclusions

Travel

  • Return economy-class flights from Australia to Africa. Taxes included
  • Scenic flight over the Okavango Delta in a small aircraft
  • Airport transfers on the first and last day of tour
  • All touring in air-conditioned vehicles (excluding open safari 4WD)
  • Tipping Made Easy, $270pp pre-paid

Accommodation & Meals

  • 7 nights in good quality hotels (3-4½ star)
  • 12 nights in African lodges (4 star)
  • 2 nights camping in Moremi Game Reserve (tents are basic with private outdoor bathroom facilities)
  • 21 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 17 dinners, including group welcome and farewell dinners

Tour Guides

  • English-speaking locally based national driver/guide throughout
  • English-speaking locally based guides

Porterage

  • Porterage is included where available

Entrance Fees & Permits

  • Entrance fees to all national parks and reserves are included

Sightseeing

Discover the incredible dunes and deserts of Namibia

  • Tour the Diamond Works and Old Brewery Craft Centre, a great place for souvenir shopping!
  • Visit the local Bishop Kameeta Kindergarten and day care centre.
  • Enjoy a carnivore feeding tour at Na'ankuse Lodge.
  • Travel into the heart of the vast Namib Desert en route to Sossusvlei.
  • Witness the highest dunes on earth at Sossusvlei and the amazing scenery of Dead Vlei, a white clay pan dotted with trees estimated to be around 900 years old.
  • Visit Sesriem Canyon, a geological phenomenon carved over the centuries by the Tsauchab River.
  • Enjoy a sundowner drive and watch the sun set over the vast expanses of the Namib Desert.
  • Cruise on Walvis Bay and the shallow lagoon to view the masses of birds that live here in one of the southern hemisphere's largest natural wetlands.
  • Explore Damaraland in search of the area’s famous desert-adapted elephants.
  • Visit Twyfelfontein where Bushman communities engraved and painted more than 2,500 pictures some 6,000 years ago.
  • Discover the age-old Petrified Forest in Damaraland, a national monument where an accumulation of fossilised tree trunks about 280 million years old can be found.
  • Visit a typical Himba Village.
  • Game drive through Etosha National Park, one of Africa’s most diverse and well known wildlife reserves.
  • Visit the San village run by the Ombili Foundation. Here 350 San people live on a farm where market crafts are made by the community.
  • Enjoy a sundowner cruise on the Kavango River and observe the local wildlife in the evening light.
  • Travel through the Caprivi Strip and cruise along the Kavango River with a sundowner.
  • Explore Mahango National Park on morning and afternoon game drives.

Breathtaking Botswana

  • Explore the magnificent Okavango Delta, the largest inland delta on earth, and view the giant Mopane forests and the Kwai floodplains.
  • Experience game drives in world-renowned Moremi Game Reserve and camp out for 2 nights in the heart of the reserve.
  • Take a scenic flight over the incredible Okavango Delta and enjoy breathtaking views of the expanded waterways, white claypans and palm-lined lagoons.
  • Travel to the stunning Makgadikgadi Pans, one of the largest salt flats in the world, offering spectacular scenery during the wet and dry seasons.
  • Game drive through Chobe National Park in search of wildlife, including the majestic elephants the park is famous for.
  • Enjoy a river safari on the Chobe River observing life along the riverbanks.

The smoke that thunders

  • Spend 2 nights at amazing Victoria Falls with plenty of free time to relax and explore the local surrounds.
  • Take a sundowner cruise along the Zambezi River.
  • Enjoy a guided excursion of the Falls including all 16 view points to see this natural phenomenon.
  • Experience a traditional Boma Dinner, complete with dancing, singing and drumming!

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Fitness to Travel

Let's Talk Fitness

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At Bunnik Tours we don’t put specific age limits on our tours, but we also recognise some travellers may find our itineraries challenging.
We have a duty of care to all tour participants and the tour guides, so we do impose a firm policy on the level of fitness required by all our clients to attempt to ensure your safety and the safety of other travellers on our tours.
At Bunnik Tours our goal is for all our travellers to enjoy their tour, not struggle through it! Which is why we want to work with you to ensure you are on the best possible trip for your fitness level. We do reserve the right to refuse bookings if we feel that the requirements of the tour are too demanding.
Bunnik Tours are for independently minded travellers with good levels of mobility.

Our tours include:
1. Generous amounts of free time
2. Lots of walking
3. Local and authentic experiences including various modes of transport and accommodation

In some regions travellers can also expect:
1. Long days of travelling, at times on dirt and gravel roads in Africa
2. Extended periods at high altitude (3,000-4,000 metres) in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Ethiopia
3. Extended periods of walking/hiking through humid forest areas in Rwanda, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Mexico and Costa Rica
4. Limited medical facilities in remote areas

Bunnik Tours travellers are required to at least:
1. Be able to walk 2-3 hours on uneven surfaces
2. Walk up multiple flights of stairs and short, steep hills
3. Stand for 20 minutes without needing to sit down, often in hot/humid climates
4. Carry their own luggage
5. Get on and off various modes of transport without assistance, including small boats

Accommodation

Accommodation

Accommodation is subject to change and every effort is made to avoid this. However if a change does become necessary, accommodation of a similar standard will be used.

Hotel Thule, Windhoek

Centrally located in Windhoek, the hotel Thule is located on a hillside with magnificent views over Windhoek.  All rooms have A/C, minibar, electric kettle and hairdryer.  Hotel facilities include an outdoor pool, restaurant and gift shop. WiFi is available in the public areas only.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; safe deposit box; fridge/minibar; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Sossusvlei Lodge, Sossusvlei

Shaded by camel thorn trees, the individual luxurious accommodation units at Sossusvlei Lodge are uniquely designed to blend in with the natural environment and bears testament to its eco-friendly design. Each unit has its own patio from where magnificent views can be enjoyed. The spacious and fully air-conditioned bedrooms under canvas really allow you to feel connected to the beauty outside.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi (public areas); safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Swakopmund Hotel, Swakopmund

The centrally located Swakopmund Hotel boast beautiful Victorian-style architecture. The property features a health club, an outdoor pool, a gym and casino. Dining options include a restaurant, coffee shop and a poolside bar.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge/minibar; safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Twyfelfontein Country Lodge, Damaraland

Located in the Huab Valley in Namibia’s Kunene region, the lodge was built to blend in with the natural environment. Along with spacious guest rooms, the hotel offers a lounge area, open dining room and a bar.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; outdoor swimming pool

Etosha Safari Lodge, Western Etosha

Etosha Safari Lodge offers lavish views, a deck and dining area and airy rooms with your own verandah. Here you can open doors to the mystery and magic of Etosha. All rooms have air conditioning and mosquito nets, and a choice of three swimming pools between them. Apart from the restaurant and bar there is also a wooden platform from which you can enjoy sundowners high above the Mopani bush.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi (public areas); safe deposit box (at reception); outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Mokuti Etosha Lodge, Eastern Etosha

The Mokuti Lodge is only four minutes-drive from the Von Lindequist Gate near Fort Namutoni and is located on its own private 4,000 hectare nature reserve, sharing a common border with Etosha Wildlife Reserve. All rooms combine European luxury with traditional African charm, flaunted as thatched roof chalets.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge/minibar; safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Hakusembe River Lodge, Kavango Region

Situated 15km west of Rundu, the Hakusembe River Lodge offers thatched style accommodation along with a pool, bar/lounge and restaurant. The property boasts lush gardens for guests to enjoy and beautiful river views.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi (public areas); safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Shametu River Lodge, Caprivi Strip

Shametu River Lodge is located in close proximity to the Botswana Mohembo border which is the gateway to the well-known Chobe Game Reserve in Botswana. The thatched-roof luxury chalets lend themselves to privacy and peaceful surroundings and feature en-suite bathrooms with excellent views of the river.

Facilities: En-suite Bathrooms, Private braai (BBQ), Built–In Fire Pit, Pool, Restaurant, Bar/Lounge

Maun Lodge, Maun

Maun Lodge is situated on the banks of the Thamalakane River about 2 ½ km from the centre of Maun. The lodge has an in-house restaurant offering international and traditional cuisine as well as a bar to relax and unwind in after a day of sightseeing.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge (on request); safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Private Campsite, Moremi National Park

Private campsites within the National Park are equipped with Bow or Wilderness tents and all bedding including camp bed, mattress, duvet, blankets, pillows, towels, bedside table and paraffin lamp. Each tent also includes a private bucket shower and box toilet. All meals are prepared by a competent bush chef and served in the dining tent. An authentic African camping experience!

Nata Lodge, Makgadikgadi Pans

An oasis set among the Mokolwane palms on the edge of the pans, Nata Lodge is ideally situated close to the entrance of the Nata Sanctuary and is just off the main road, 10 km from Nata village. Nata Lodge offers luxury African-style chalets each with an en-suite bathroom including an indoor bath and outdoor shower. Amenities include an la carte restaurant, bar/lounge area and a stunning swimming pool.

Facilities: air-conditioning; wifi available; outdoor swimming pool

Chobe Safari Lodge, Chobe

Chobe Safari Lodge is situated in Kasane on the banks of the Chobe River and shares a border with Chobe National Park. On its doorstep is the meeting of four African countries: Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia. The restaurant offers a la carte lunch and scrumptious buffet dinners and there are two cocktail bars to choose from, one offering stunning sunset views and the other overlooking the flood plains.

Facilities: air-conditioning; wifi available; safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool

The Victoria Falls Hotel, Victoria Falls

One of the world’s classic hotels, The Victoria Falls Hotel commands prime location overlooking Victoria Falls, an acclaimed Natural Wonder of the World. A proud member of the Leading Hotels of the World, the Edwardian-style hotel, built in 1904, combines its traditional majesty with modern sophistication. For more than 110 years The Victoria Falls Hotel has been a luxury icon in Africa. Graced with traditional colours and fine-wood furnishings that provide an elegant and comfortable finish.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Weather

Weather

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Currency

Currency

Namibian Dollar

The local currency in Namibia is the Namibian Dollar (NAD; N$).

  • It is linked to the South African Rand (R) on a 1:1 basis (South African Rand = 100 cents)
  • Note denominations of N$200, 100, 50, 20 and 10
  • Coins are in denominations of N$5, N$1, and 50, 10 and 5 cents

 Please Note: The South African Rand is also acceptable as currency in Namibia.

Pula

The official currency of Botswana is the Pula (BWP, symbol P).

  • 1 Pula = 100 thebe
  • Notes are in denominations of P200, 100, 50, 20 and 10
  • Coins are in denominations of P5, 2 and 1, and 50, 25, 10 and 5 thebe

US Dollar

The official currency of the United States, Ecuador and Zimbabwe is the US Dollar (US$).

  • 1 US Dollar = 100 cents
  • Notes are in denominations of $100, 50, 20, 10, 5 and 1
  • Coins are in denominations of $1, 50 cents, 25 cents (Quarter), 10 cents (Dime), 5 cents (Nickel) and 1 cent (Penny)
  • Please ensure that you carry USD cash as there is limited access to ATM's 

Optional Excursions

Namibia

Swakopmund Scenic Flight (Cessna 210 Craft) – 2hrs, 15mins (610km) - $300pp US

(minimum 3 participants)
Often described as 'the flight of a life time', we take you from the Swakopmund airfield along the Kuiseb River bed, the natural border of the dune formations.  Forward onto Gogabeb, the desert research station.  Although the Namib is just as dry as the Sahara, it has a much richer fauna and flora, attracting researchers worldwide.  We continue our flight over Tsondabvlei. Shortly the awe-inspiring dunes at Sossusvlei will come into sight.  The colour and shadows of these gigantic mountains of sand change by the hour from beige to rust-red to purple, dazzling the eye.  With Sossusvlei lingering in your mind’s eye, we overfly the forbidden diamond area where remains of old diamond camps can still be seen. Our flight continues over the ‘sea of sand’, approaching the shore at Conception Bay.  Soaring along the coastline we fly over the shipwreck of a German passenger liner, Eduard Bohlen.  Stranded in 1909, she now lies inland, for the entire world as if she were sailing through the desert.  Forthwith the shipwreck of the fishing trawler, Shaunee, comes into sight.  As we continue northward we see the never-ending battle for supremacy between the sand and the sea, as we pass the 'Lange Wand', a 500 feet high dune rising from the waters edge.

Nearing Sandwich Harbour, your pilot will ascend to 1500 feet.  Sandwich Harbour is a large saltwater lagoon and home to an incredible variety of bird life and one of southern Africa’s greatest natural bird sanctuaries.  From Sandwich Harbour our flight takes us over the salt mines and Namibia’s major harbour, Walvis Bay.  Next we fly over the guano-collecting wooden platform, where thousands of seabirds settle and leave their droppings. Periodically these are scraped up and fertilizer results.  The recreational resorts Dolphin Beach and Longbeach are our next destination.  As the town of Swakopmund comes into sight, your pilot will prepare for landing. 

Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls Helicopter Tour - 15mins - $150pp US (minimum 3 participants)
After take-off you will fly out over the Victoria Falls where your pilot will fly left and right hand circuits over the falls in both directions. Continuing the flight downstream over the Batoka Gorge, experience the natural beauty of this awe-inspiring dramatic feature, following the mighty Zambezi as it carves its way between steep cliffs. Includes return transfers from your Victoria Falls hotel. Excludes Park Fees and Government Fees of USD$14pp, which are to be paid locally to the operator.

Please Note: All tours are based on minimum 3 participants (unless otherwise stated) and are subject to availability and weather dependent. The length of tours and price are a guide only and are subject to change without notice. Optional tours should be booked directly with your Tour Director whilst on tour.

Visa Information

Visa Requirements

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Please note, Australian passport holders need to obtain a visa for this tour. A Tourism Development Levy is also payable upon arrival in Botswana. Please check with your travel agent for further details.

  • Australian passport holders
    • A Botswana Tourism Development Levy of $30pp US is payable upon arrival. Payments are made at ports of entry through electronic payment machines that accept both US dollars and credit cards.
    • A visa for Zimbabwe needs to be purchased upon arrival in Victoria Falls for approx $30pp US.
  • Non-Australian passport holders
    • Please check with your travel agent on visa requirements.

The following government websites are also a handy source of general information.

Luggage Info

Luggage Information

Africa-Luggage

Because of the limited storage space in light aircraft and safari vehicles in Africa, please note the following luggage restrictions for this tour.

  • A soft bag is required

If you have any other questions about luggage requirements, please feel free to call one of our consultants on 1800 286 645 or email us.

Tour Extensions

These optional extras can be included in your tour.

Reviews for Namibia, Botswana & Victoria Falls

This tour has a rating of 5 stars based on 5 reviews.

Here's what others have had to say about this tour.

Namibia, Botswana & Victoria Falls Nature Lovers Delight 5
A tough but enjoyable tour - dirt roads and potholes but with a competent tour guide. The numerous game drives were a highlight and the variety of animals was a photographers dream. We were a small group of seven. Can't wait for our next Bunnik Tour Lorix Bertling - April 2018
Namibia, Botswana & Victoria Falls small group, varied experiences, amount of game viewing, cultural. 5
Highlights: Namibian dunes, scenic flights, varied games safaris, camping. Allan Armstrong - July 2017
Namibia, Botswana & Victoria Falls An amazing experience. 5
Magnificent and varied landscapes, fantastic accommodation, fascinating cultures and a wonderful guide in Wimpie made this tour exceptional. Every day was a highlight. We saw a wide range of animals and birds on game drives/cruises and beside the road, with plenty of photo opportunities. The full day game drive through Etosha, exploring the lesser known reserves in the Zambezi Region and flying over the Sossusvlei dunes, the Okavango Delta and Victoria Falls were among the most memorable moments. Penny Trumble - July 2017
Namibia, Botswana & Victoria Falls We got to see the real Africa 5
Everyday was worthwhile - animals, birds, landscape, local people. The accommodation was very good- comfortable, varied. Our tour guide was great - always cheerful, helpful and knowledgeable. A very memorable trip. Kym Dixon - May 2017
Namibia, Botswana & Victoria Falls Reggie was a great tour guide keeping us busy and informed. 5
Highlights: The desert formations around Sossulsvlei Tent accommodation on Kvango River Etosha National Park The visits to Darama, Himba and San Bushmen Chris Morrow - May 2017

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Special Experiences!

  • Visit Na’ankuse Lodge for a carnivore feeding tour.
  • Indulge in fresh local oysters and snacks on a scenic cruise of Walvis Bay, searching for dolphins, seals and pelicans.
  • Visit a San village run by the Ombili Foundation. Here 350 San people live on a farm where market crafts are made by the community.
  • Take a scenic flight over the Okavango Delta, one of the most unique ecosystems in Africa, with breath-taking views of the expanded waterways, white claypans and palm-lined lagoons of the delta.
  • Enjoy a typical African boma dinner with traditional dancing and drumming in Victoria Falls.

Trip Info

Group Size

Min: 4 | Max: 12

Transportation

Coach, 4WD safari vehicle, catamaran, boat & light aircraft

Tips

Total cost includes – Tipping Made Easy, $270pp pre-paid

Tour Highlights

• Jaw-dropping Sossusvlei Sand Dunes • Cruise on Walvis Bay • World Heritage-listed Twyfelfontein • Stunning Okavango Delta by light plane • The ‘Big 5’ in Chobe National Park • Spectacular Victoria Falls

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Bunnik Tours Reviews for Namibia, Botswana & Victoria Falls

This tour has a rating of 5 stars based on 5 reviews.