Namibia and Botswana Safari and Walking Grade: Leisurely
Join Jenny from Sense Earth for this incredible exploration of the sights and sounds of Africa. Highlights of the trip include the sheer variety of wildlife, the extraordinary scenery as we travel through each country and the unique accommodation sourced by your guide. You can’t fail to be impressed by the salt pans of Etosha National Park in Namibia, the elephants in Chobe National Park (Botswana’s oldest National Park with the greatest abundance of wildlife) and the enchanting and impressive Zambezi River with its hippos and a myriad of birds.
The sights and smells in Namibia are an unforgettable experience. The oldest desert in the world, the highest dunes in the world, one of the world’s largest game reserves. All these and much more make up Namibia, the last true wilderness of Africa.
Botswana is one of the most wildlife rich countries in Africa. Its diversity ranges from the unique flood plains of the Okavango Delta and the surrounding area of Moremi to the true wilderness of Chobe National Park. It is a wildlife enthusiasts ultimate dream location.
Itinerary in Brief
Day 1: Depart UK for overnight flight to Namibia
Day 2: Villa Vista. Windhoek, Namibia’s capital city.
Days 3 -4: Ai-Aiba Lodge. Erongo Mountains.
Days 5 – 6: Etendeka Mountain Lodge. Delights of Damaraland.
Days 7 – 8: Safarihoek Lodge. Explore Etosha National Park.
Day 9: Onguma Bush Camp. Etosha waterhole.
Day 10: Hakusembe River Lodge. Kavango River views.
Days 11 – 12: Namushasha River Lodge. Mighty Zambezi River.
Days 13 – 14: Chobe Safari Lodge. Chobe National Park.
Day 15: Depart on overnight flight to UK
Day 16: Arrive UK
This holiday is run by Sense Earth and your booking will be directly with them. Sense Earth’s terms and conditions will apply and they will be sent to you in advance of booking.
For a full itinerary, further information or to book please contact Jenny Bowen: firstname.lastname@example.org Please mention Her on a Hill when booking. Thank you.