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07 Day Windhoek, Delta, Chobe to Victoria Falls Scheduled Safari (North)

This scheduled, fast–paced Namibian safari starts in Windhoek and finishes in Victoria Falls travelling via Botswana to experience the San culture, the tranquility of the Okavango Delta before continuing to Chobe National Park and great wildlife sightings in particular huge elephant herds, before finishing at the spectacular Victoria Fall.   The route can also be reversed and runs from Victoria Falls to Windhoek – contact us for further details

Safari Highlights

Bushman interaction with dancing and walks; Okavango Delta for waterways and mokoro experience; Chobe National Park and sunset boat cruise; Victoria Falls and tour

Safari Accommodation Options

Type Group Safari;
Length 07 days
Countries Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe
Accommodation Camping or Accommodated Option
Departures Scheduled Departures
Group size Min: 4/ Max: Camping tour: 24 Accommodated tour: 20 Small group:12
Single Supplement Yes
Minimum Age 10 years
younger on request
Safari Options 2023: Green seat ZAR140
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Camping Option
Day 1 Ghanzi Trail Blazers Campsite Ghanzi
Day 2&3 Magotho Campsite Delta
Day 4&5 Thebe River Lodge Campsite Chobe
Day 6 Shearwater Explorer Village Victoria Falls
Day 7 End of tour
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Accommodated Option
Day 1 Ghanzi Trail Blazers Ghanzi
Day 2&3 Magotho Camp
Day 4&5 Thebe River Lodge  Chobe
Day 6 Shearwater Explorer Village Victoria Falls
Day 7 End of tour
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Price Per Person (based on twin share)
Camping ZAR24,650 Same price all year
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Accommodated ZAR31,000 Same price all year
Please Note: Price for 2023
Single Supplement Yes - Accommodated: ZAR1850 Camping: ZAR550
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Day 1 Ghanzi for San community

Depart from Windhoek and drive east to Botswana and into the Kalahari Desert, later we experience a traditional dance evening from the local San community and find out about their culture of song, dance and story–telling.

Day 2 Okavango Delta

We join a guided walk with the San and find out how they would have hunted in yesteryear, then leave for Maun known as the gateway to the Okavango Delta. We spend the night here and the afternoon is spent relaxing, and preparing for our adventure into the Okavango. Perhaps enjoy a scenic flight later in the afternoon over the Delta.

Day 3 Okavango Delta

Heading out early, we meet the polers who will be escorting us into the Delta, they’ll steer us through the serene area of narrow, reed–lined channels, which open out onto beautiful lagoons. Reaching one of the many islands, we enjoy a nature walk experiencing the tranquil area then slowly return via mokoro to our start point. Though this should not be viewed as a game viewing activity, a variety of game may be spotted in this pristine wilderness area, including elephant, giraffe, kudu, impala and zebra. A further upgrade is available should you wish

Day 4 Chobe National Park

today is a long day, as we spend most of the day traveling with our 4x4 vehicles through the wilderness area of the Savuti Game Reserve, in sear of the species that roam the plains. In the afternoon we reach the banks of the Chobe River and meet our safari truck in the town of Kasane. 

Day 5 Chobe National Park

For those wishing to koin an optional game drive, you will be picked up from camp early and venture out in safari-style open 4x4 vehicles. Chobe is home to the largest population of elephants in southern Africa but also look out for predators such as lion, and water–loving species such as hippos and crocs. The afternoon ends with a leisurely boat cruise exploring the Chobe National Park along the river and the chance for further wildlife encounters.

Day 6 Victoria Falls

We cross the border into Zimbabwe and travel the short distance to Victoria Falls town, visit the spectacular Victoria Falls, also known by the local name of ’’Mosi–oa Tunja" (the smoke that thunders). Experience and enjoy the mighty Zambezi River and the many optional activities centred around the Falls, or for the more relaxed traveller there are craft markets and coffee shops on offer. David Livingstone, is believed to have been the first European (explorer) to view the Victoria Falls, and wrote: "It has never been seen before by European eyes, but scenes so wonderful must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight– it’s no surprise it has been listed as one of the Natural Wonders of the World

Day 7 End of tour

Your tour finishes after breakfast though we can recommend a further night to give you the chance to enjoy optional activities on offer and an adventure that most suits your style. Whether rafting the mighty Zambezi River or enjoying a flight scenic over the Falls, or more leisurely styled excursions this destination is worth the time spent here and will be ingrained in your memory.

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