You love adventure, fascinating wildlife encounters, scenic landscapes and flexibility? Then this adventure vacation is the right experience for you. Picture this: Elephants crossing the highways. Giraffes having right of way in Chobe National Park. And a thrilling border crossing. Explore the unique Caprivi Strip in Namibia and get a true glimpse of local village life. Explore amazing wetlands on your boat cruises and mokoro trips and wander through the fascinating ‘Louvre of the Desert’. This adventure vacation will stimulate all your senses and leave you with memories lasting a lifetime…
Adventure Vacation Botswana & Namibia
Chobe River Front
Khwai Community Area
VICTORIA FALLS – 2 NIGHTS
The highlight of your adventure vacation are the mighty thundering Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Wonders in the World! You have no shortage of exciting activities to do. Bungee jump of the Victoria Falls Bridge. Go an a sunset cruise on the mighty Zambezi. Embark on the ‘Flight of Angels’ to marvel at Southern Africa’s most spectacular tourist attracting from above.
CHOBE NATIONAL PARK – 3 NIGHTS
You will love the abundance of wildlife in this truly enchanting area of Botswana during your adventure vacation. Cruise along the Chobe River and hold your breath when elephants are taking a bath right next to you. Watch this spectacle when the sun is about to set and be mesmerized by the most beautiful sunset. Come across huge herds of elephant, buffalo and Burchell’s zebra and predators such as lion, leopard, spotted hyena and cheetah on your game drives through Chobe National Park.
CAPRIVI STRIP – 2 NIGHTS
The Caprivi Strip is a unique corner of Namibia with a lush green vegetation and dense population. It is a lovely place for you to get a true glimpse of African village life and have some colorful encounters with the locals: Goat herding children crossing the road. Women selling fruits, pots and pants from little colorful road-side stalls. We are sure you feel welcomed wherever you go. Explore the Naksa Lupala or Mudumu National Parks or the Wuparo Conservancy. You can also join a mokoro trip or boat cruise.
TSODILO HILLS – 1 NIGHT
The spiritual home of the San and Bantu people is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and nearby (50km) from Drotsky’s Cabin. Tsodilo Hills is also called the ‘Louvre of the Desert’ as it has the highest concentrations of rock art in the world. Imagine over 4.500 paintings are preserved in an area of only 10 km2 of the Kalahari Desert. What a fascinating account of human activities over at least 100.0000 years.
OKAVANGO PANHANDLE – 2 NIGHTS
Karoo means “land of thirst” in the Khoe-San language. You explore this magical place during your game drives. Don’t expect Big Five sightings; rather enjoy the amazing landscape ranging from dense thicket to sweeping vista of high-plateau grassland, most beautiful sunsets and star-filled night skies. You also have the opportunity to study the finer things of nature on your walking safari – no vehicles, no noise, no rush.
MAUN – 1 NIGHT
Maun means “the place of reeds” in the San language. It is a buzzing place that retains much of its traditional village-like character. Thamalakane River Lodge is situated on the banks of the Thamalakane River and a lovely spot for a stop-over. Relax at the pool and enjoy a 180 degree view of the riverbanks, lined with reeds and often visited by water fowl and birds.
KHWAI COMMUNITY AREA – 2 NIGHTS
The Khwai area is officially not part of the Moremi Game Reserve but as there are no fences, animals are free to roam. For your adventure vacation, we recommend you to stay in this private reserve. It gives you the freedom to participate in walking safaris, off-road driving and night drives. This is not allowed in the public Moremi Game Reserve. Sango Safari Camp also offers mokoro trips in case you are completely hooked by this fascinating experience.
MAUN – 1 NIGHT
Your adventure vacation ends in Maun. Maun means “the place of reeds” in the San language. It is a buzzing place that retains much of its traditional village-like character. Thamalakane River Lodge is situated on the banks of the Thamalakane River and a lovely spot for a stop-over. Relax at the pool and enjoy a 180 degree view of the riverbanks, lined with reeds and often visited by water fowl and birds.