Bushman and Delta Safari

Windhoek to Livingstone

       

Bushman and Delta Safari

Safari Quick Facts

Safari Price: N$ 10 600 + US$ 500 Email: Bookings & Enquiries Email

Safari Starts: Windhoek

Safari Ends: Livingstone Number of Days: 8
Countries visited: Namibia, Botswana, Zambia
Click here for Departure Dates Vehicles, Guides & Equipment Booking Code: CBD1

Safari Price Includes:

3 Meals a day (unless differently specified)
Vehicle
Trailer
Camping fees
Professional guide

Safari Price Excludes:

International airfares
Arrival and departure transfers
Travel and medical insurance
Personal spending money
Visas, passports, vaccinations
Personal taxes
All optional activities unscheduled or optional National Parks entrance fees
Gratuities
Restaurant meals and all other items of a personal nature.
All drinks, even on days with full board basis.

Bushman and Delta Safari

A safari combining superb game viewing in Etosha National Park, a visit to the local Bushman tribe, the roars of the hippos at Ngepi Camp situated on the banks of the Okavango River, the tranquility of the Okavango Delta, spotting buffaloes at Nambwa, Susuwe - a remote game park in the Caprivi area where we utilize a local community campsite before finishing in Livingstone, Zambia home to the Victoria Falls.

Bushman and Delta Safari Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Windhoek - Okaukeujo Camping Lunch, Dinner

We collect you from your accommodation and depart from Windhoek at 8.00am. After stopping briefly at Otjiwarongo for fresh supplies we have lunch at the entrance to the Etosha National Park, Namibia’s prime game viewing destination. We game drive to camp and if time permits game drive before sunset. Overnight camping. Dinner prepared by the Guide with your help and evening is spent around the campfire or at the floodlit waterhole by the camp which is often visited by endangered black rhinos coming to quench their thirst after sunset


Day 2: Namutoni - Etosha National Park Camping Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Early morning and late afternoon game drives seeking the many species of animals found in this huge park including elephant, lion, leopard, endangered cheetah, black and white rhino as well as many antelope and over 340 species of bird, plenty for all wildlife enthusiasts to enjoy. We spend the hottest part of the day at camp either by the waterhole or the swimming pool before heading to Etosha Pan, one of the translations meaning “Great, White Place” to marvel at the size of the pan that disappears into the horizon. Overnight camping. Dinner prepared by Guide with your help and evening spent around the campfire.


Day 3: Roy's Camp Camping Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After a short game drive we enjoy breakfast before we travel down to Roy's Camp where we will overnight. We stop briefly at Lake Otjikoto and continue to Tsumeb to get our fresh supplies. A short lunch is taken at Hoba Meteorite – the world’s largest single meteorite and we continue through to Grootfontein to refuel before entering the Kalahari. We arrive at our camp just after lunch.This afternoon we drive down to the Bushman village where we will be sharing the most wonderful experience of our trip with the Bushman people. You will have a chance to also get some original craft made by the Bushman at the village. Some of the highlights will be going out with a San tracker to collect bush food, experiencing how the traditional San lived - generally a fascinating experience for westerners where they have an opportunity to find out on how they still survive in today's modern world. We return late afternoon to our camp. Overnight camping. Dinner prepared by your guide with your help.


Day 4: Ngepi Camp - Okavango River Camping Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast we depart for the Okavango town of Rundu for fresh supplies. We will have time to see the local market in Rundu before heading to our camp on the banks of Okavango River, Ngepi Camp. This afternoon you have time to relax on the wooden deck or go for optional activities offered by Ngepi Camp like water rafting, boat cruise, canoeing etc. Overnight camping and evening meal prepared by the Guide with your help.


Day 5: Gama Lagoon Camp - Botswana Camping Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning just after breakfast we drive to Mahango Game Reserve. This little jewel of a game reserve is home to many unusual species such as Roan and Sable antelope, Buffalo, large herds of Elephants, Hippo and many aquatic birds not found in many areas of Namibia. We arrive at our camp just in time for lunch. After setting up the camp we can enjoy our free time at the camp deck overlooking the beautiful lagoon of the Okavango Delta, a very lovely place for birders. Overnight camping and evening meal prepared by your guide with your help.


Day 6: Gama Lagoon Camp - Botswana Camping Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After early breakfast we have the chance to visit the Delta on Mokoro. Each of our guest can take only 1 small day pack and depart early morning initially in a motor boat before transfering to our mokoro ( dug out canoe), we relax while our polers push through this beautiful and serene area enjoying the tranquility of the Okavango Delta. We'll have the opportunity to game walk and learn about this fragile and unique ecosystem. We enjoy more game walks and mokoro trails before we return to the luxury of our camp early afternoon. Overnight camping and evening meal prepared by the guide with your help.


Day 7: Nambwa, Susuwe National Park Camping Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Early start to cross the border back into Namibia and on to Mahango Game Reserve. We leave the park and have lunch overlooking Popa Falls before continuing through the Caprivi Strip to Susuwe National Park. This is a wild park where we camp without fences and spend an exhilarating night listening to the night sounds of the animals and maybe get the chance to enjoy “close up” encounters. Overnight camping and evening meal prepared by the Guide with your help.


Day 8: Livingstone - Zambia Accommodation Type Breakfast, Lunch

Enjoy breakfast and short game drive before heading through to Katima Mulilo. This busy and bustling town is the last frontier of Namibia and we glimpse our first sight of the mighty Zambezi River. We cross the border into Zambia and have lunch at a scenic location along the roadside. We arrive at Livingstone mid afternoon and we drop you at your accommodation in Livingstone.

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Bushman and Delta Safari Departure Dates

2010 Safari Departures

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Jun Departures

1 January 2010
15 January 2010
29 January 2010

12 February 2010
26 February 2010

12 March 2010
26 March 2010

2 April 2010
9 April 2010
23 April 2010

7 May 2010
21 May 2010

4 June 2010
18 June 2010

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Dec Departures

2 July 2010
16 July 2010
30 July 2010

13 August 2010
27 August 2010

10 September 2010
24 September 2010

8 October 2010
22 October 2010

5 November 2010
19 November 2010

3 December 2010
17 December 2010
31 December 2010

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