Namibia and Botswana Fly-in Safari - 3-15 August 2018
A twelve night self-guided safari exploring the highlights of Namibia and Botswana.
This itinerary is designed to integrate with and run directly after your safari in East Africa.
Your Namibia safari starts at a lodge that looks as if it was built for a Sultan in Northern Africa. But the luxurious air-conditioned rooms tell you this is a recent build. Being very close to the gate to the Etosha park, the focus here is the plentiful wildlife in the challenging environment of Etosha.
From Etosha you move to Damaraland Camp. From this lovely camp set in the iconic boulders of Damaraland you may visit the petroglyphs that record the life of the ancients; drive along the dry river bed in search of desert-adapted elephants and visit the wonderful Damara Living Museum where enthusiastic young Damara people will introduce you to their culture.
Next stop is the Sossusvlei Desert Camp. The images of dead trees standing in the stark white clay pan, with bright orange sand dunes towering 400 meters above them are possibly the most-seen from Namibia. You have the opportunity to walk amongst the trees and explore further into the dune system for some truly remarkable vistas.
After an overnight stop in Windhoek you will take a charter flight direct to Maun in Botswana.
You then have four nights at the fabulous Kwetsani Camp in the Okavango Delta.
Located in the centre of the Jao Concession, Kwetsani Camp is situated on an elongated island covered with palm, mangosteen and fig trees. The surrounding floodplains are home to a number of “Delta specials” – species that are found in few other places on Earth. Some of these may even be seen from the privacy of one of the five “tree-house” chalets, beautifully furnished en-suite units each comprising a bedroom and lounge, and made of canvas, wood and glass.
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