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Desert to Delta: The Best of Namibia & Botswana

Trip Length 15 days

From $10,095

  • Explore the surreal desert landscapes of Sossusvlei and Damaraland, accompanied by one of Namibia’s best-known naturalist guides
  • Take boat excursions, game drives, and walking safaris in the Okavango Delta, called “Africa’s last Eden” for its abundant wildlife
  • See the extraordinary collection of prehistoric rock engravings at UNESCO-listed Twyfelfontein and experience the energy of the famous Victoria Falls!

Discover two of southern Africa’s most distinctive and fascinating destinations— ageless, hauntingly beautiful Namibia, and Botswana’s celebrated Okavango Delta— on this privately guided, fly-in safari. You’ll climb the towering, apricot-hued dunes at Sossusvlei, and search for desert-adapted black rhino and elephant in the dramatic red hills of Damaraland. You’ll track leopards and cheetah at the AfriCat foundation, sip drinks near the thundering spray of Victoria Falls, and tour the shallow, silent waters of the Okavango Delta by dugout canoe, feasting your eyes on an enormous variety of bird and animal life. Flying between venues lets you spend more time exploring these iconic regions, and our expert guides will ensure a journey tailored to your interests and etched forever in your memories.
 

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Day 1: Welcome to Namibia!

Arrive at Windhoek’s international airport and transfer to the elegant Galton House, named after the famous explorer Sir Francis Galton. En route, pause to briefly explore Windhoek’s modern, colonial, and traditional contrasts and browse the craft market, if desired. Galton House is located in an affluent suburb just outside central Windhoek. You’ll have time to enjoy its tranquil atmosphere before dinner with your private naturalist guide.

  • Dinner
  • Accommodation:Galton House

Day 2: Explore the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve

Return to the airport and fly to Kulala Desert Lodge, tucked away in the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve. With décor inspired by its surroundings and spectacular views of the nearby dunes, this luxurious lodge offers unrivalled access to the wonders of Sossusvlei. This afternoon, choose from the many activities available, including eco-friendly quad biking and horse riding.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Kulala Desert Lodge

Day 3: Take a trip to the dunes of Namib Naukluft National Park

Rise early for a magical excursion into Namib Naukluft National Park. You’ll arrive at the apricot-hued, star-shaped dunes at sunrise, when the soft light accentuates their towering curves. Soaring nearly 1,000 feet above the surrounding plains, these dunes are among the tallest on earth. After an exhilarating morning exploring the dune fields, return to the lodge for an afternoon at leisure.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Kulala Desert Lodge

Day 4: Marvel at Twyfelfontein’s prehistoric rock engravings

Transfer to the airstrip for your flight to Damaraland. En route to camp, visit the prehistoric Twyfelfontein rock engravings, recently declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With some 2,500 carvings of abstract motifs and a variety of wildlife, this is perhaps the finest collection of petroglyphs in Africa. A local guide will offer insights into Twyfelfontein’s fascinating history. Continue on to your well-appointed mobile camp in time for sundowners.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Damaraland Mobile Camp

Days 5-6: Search for desert-adapted rhino in the heart of Damaraland

Damaraland is a place of stark beauty and splendor—a colorful landscape of tabletop mountains, rolling hills, and bizarre-looking vegetation, shaped by centuries of wind and water. For two days you’ll explore the remarkable Damaraland region with your guide, searching for specially adapted species of desert black rhinoceros and desert elephant along with a variety of other wildlife. In the evenings, return to the blissful solitude of your camp.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Damaraland Mobile Camp

Day 7: Learn about big cat rescue at the AfriCat Foundation

Today, you’ll visit the world-renowned AfriCat foundation, home to a large number of rescued cheetahs, leopards, and other predators. As you tour the research and rehabilitation centers, you’ll learn how the foundation is helping ensure the survival of big cats in Namibia. Overnight at Okonjima Bush Camp, a collection of exclusive chalets set amid grassy plains and rolling hills at the base of the Omboroko Mountains.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Okonjima Bush Camp

Day 8: Rise early for a walk in the bush at Okonjima Bush Camp

This morning, enjoy an early bush walk or bird-watching excursion, making use of the camp’s two spacious hides to spot some of the 300 bird species that have been identified here. Depart mid-morning for Windhoek and overnight at Galton House.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Galton House

Day 9: See the legendary Victoria Falls

After a morning at leisure, transfer to the airport for your flight to Zimbabwe and Victoria Falls. You’ll have ample time to explore the famous falls and the legendary, colonial-style Victoria Falls Hotel, known as “the grand old lady of the falls.” A stay here isn’t complete without afternoon tea or cocktails at Stanley’s Terrace, overlooking the Victoria Falls Bridge—the Terrace has been a rendezvous for adventurers in Africa for over a century.

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT BETWEEN WINDHOEK AND VICTORIA FALLS- On Day 9 of your itinerary there is an international flight from Windhoek (WDH), Namibia to Victoria Falls (VFA), Zimbabwe that you are required to book yourself. The ideal flight is South African Airways Flight No. 73, which departs from Windhoek (WDH) at 6:00am and arrives in Johannesburg (JNB) at 8:40am. Then South African Airways Flight No. 40, which departs from Johannesburg (JNB) at 10:50am and arrives in Victoria Falls (VFA) at 12:30pm.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Victoria Falls Hotel

Day 10: Explore the last Eden of Chobe

This morning, travel to Kasane, where you’ll be met and transferred to the privately owned and operated Muchenje Safari Lodge. Located in the Chobe Forest Reserve, known as “the last Eden of Chobe,” this is the only lodge on the western side of Chobe National Park. Your excursions here will show you a rarely visited section of the park, which boasts an unparalleled concentration of game, including one of Africa’s largest elephant populations. After discussing your preference with your personal and local guides, join an adventurous afternoon game drive, followed by an exciting night drive, where you can spot the many nocturnal animals that call this area home.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Muchenje Safari Lodge

Day 11: Choose your adventure in Chobe National Park

Today, choose from a wide range of activities, including guided game drives or nature walks in Chobe National Park, visits to a nearby local community, and boat cruises on the Chobe River.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Muchenje Safari Lodge

Day 12: Fly to Shinde Camp in the Okavango Delta

After a leisurely breakfast, transfer to Kasane airport and fly to Shinde Camp, nestled on a lush island in the heart of the Okavango Delta. This intimate escape offers some of the most luxurious accommodations in the Delta, and all activities are exclusive to Shinde guests.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Shinde Camp

Days 13-14: Discover wildlife of the Okavango

Over the next two days, discover the abundant bird, plant, and animal life of the Delta. Shinde's location affords water and land access throughout the year, providing a diverse range of activities. Cruise the silent waters by mokoro (dugout canoe), visiting breeding colonies of herons, egrets, pelicans, and storks. Explore the island on game drives or on foot, watching for the Sitatunga antelope, uniquely adapted to the wetland habitat. Try your hand at fishing for local tilapia or tiger fish. Your guides will ensure this is a rare and unforgettable experience, personally tailored to your interests.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Shinde Camp

Day 15: Bid farewell to Botswana

Transfer to the airstrip for your flight to Maun International Airport and onward.

  • Breakfast

Apr 17, 2018 - May 01, 2018 Low Season

Aug 05 - 19, 2018 High Season

pricing

2017 Prices, per person
High Season (August)
$ 11,395(4-6 members)
$1,600 internal air
$ 2,500 single supplement

2018 Prices, per person
Low Season (April)
$ 10,095(4-6 members)
$1,600 internal air
$ 2,200 single supplement

High Season (August)
$ 11,495(4-6 members)
$1,600 internal air
$ 2,500 single supplement

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT BETWEEN WINDHOEK AND VICTORIA FALLS

On Day 9 of your itinerary there is an international flight from Windhoek (WDH), Namibia to Victoria Falls (VFA), Zimbabwe that you are required to book yourself. The ideal flight is South African Airways Flight No. 73, which departs from Windhoek (WDH) at 6:00am and arrives in Johannesburg (JNB) at 8:40am. Then South African Airways Flight No. 40, which departs from Johannesburg (JNB) at 10:50am and arrives in Victoria Falls (VFA) at 12:30pm.

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Damaraland Mobile Camp — Damaraland, Namibia

Our mobile camps are non-participatory and serviced to ensure that guests are extremely comfortable while out in the less developed and remote wilderness areas. We use 10ft x10f x 7ft igloo tents with built-in groundsheet and mosquito screens on all doors and windows. Each tent is equipped with bedside tables, camp beds, a bed roll contianing a mattress, duvet, pillow, sheet and towel. Ablutions, with flush toilet and running water in the showers, are shared among guests.

Galton House — Windhoek, Namiba

Galton House is one of Windhoek's newest accommodation establishments. The seven rooms are all equipped with internet connectivity, satelite television, coffee/tea station and general guest amenities. The communal areas consist of a large lounge, dining room, swimming pool and garden. There is also delightful al fresco dining area by the pool, serving freshly prepared and very tasty meals. There are also a number shops, restarants and supermarkets within easy walking distance.

Kulala Desert Lodge — Sossusvlei Kulala Wilderness Reserve, Namibia

Kulala literally means "to sleep" in Oshiwambo and Kulala Desert Lodge offers one of closest views of the Sossusvlei dune corridor, as well providing magnificent views of mountainous scenery and vast open plains. The camp comprises 23 thatched and canvas “kulalas” (including 3 family units) with en-suite bathrooms and verandas. Each unit is built on a wooden platform to catch the cooling breezes and has a deck on the flat rooftop where bedrolls are placed for guests to sleep under the stars. The main area, with northern African-inspired décor, has a lounge, dining area, plunge pool, and wrap-around veranda overlooking the Namib Desert. Activities on offer include morning tours to Sossusvlei, scenic nature walks and drives to view the desert's fascinating flora and fauna.

Muchenje Safari Lodge — Chobe National Park

Muchenje Safari Lodge is situated in one of the world’s great wildlife sanctuaries on Botswana’s northern border. This exclusive lodge is privately owned and run, accommodating just 20 guests in en-suite chalets with their own private decks. Be pampered with warm and friendly hospitality under the African skies and enjoy exciting wild life encounters, bush and river adventures. Muchenje is aptly referred to as the last Eden of Chobe!

Okonjima Bush Camp — Okonjima, Namibia

Okonjima Bush Camp is in charming thatched African style chalets linked by walkways to a main Lapa area shaped like a camelthorn pod where meals are taken and activities begin. Each exclusive en suite chalet is completely private and the green canvas 'walls' can be rolled up to give you an 180 degree view so you can lie in bed and watch life in the bush going on around you whilst you relax in total comfort.

Shinde Camp — Okavango Delta

Shinde Camp lies nestled on a lush palm-dotted island in the heart of the northern Okavango Delta. Located at the edge of a lagoon, it is surrounded by clear waterways flowing over yellow sands and past palm-fringed islands teeming with birdlife and game. Comfort and exclusivity best describe the accommodations at Shinde and the service of the staff is impeccable, courteous and inviting. Plus the campe accommodates only 16 guests, ensuring that yours is an intimate escape! There are eight, large and private, safari-style tents with modern en suite bathrooms with hot running water in ample supply. Each of the lodge’s structures has incredible views of both worlds of the grasslands and the delta. This full-service tented camp features fantastic cuisine and dining in the Tree house is a special experience.

As part of the Shinde private concession, all game activities are exclusive to guests of Shinde. A senior guide will escort guests on private game activities: morning, afternoon and evening game drives, game walks, mokoros, motor boats and excellent fishing. The island is especially favored by members of the antelope family, including the sitatunga whose elongated splayed hooves enable it to walk on the unstable beds of reeds floating on the water. Well-equipped delta craft may take you to see fascinating breeding colonies of herons, egrets, pelicans and storks. Your guide will arrange walks to show you insects as well as a wide variety of bird life and game. Shinde’s abundant wildlife and the silent waters of the Okavango combine to make your stay a rare experience.

Victoria Falls Hotel — Victoria Falls

Zimbabwe's oldest hotel is also its grandest. With a distinctly Edwardian-style design and decor, the 1904 Victoria Falls Hotel offers stunning views both inside and out—it is situated on a natural heritage site and overlooks breathtaking Victoria Falls. Style and glamour inform every aspect of the hotel, from the 180 rooms' four-poster or canopied beds and antique furniture to the elegant dining room's opulent décor and cheerful staff. All of this five-star luxury is set in lush tropical gardens, and is only a 10-minute walk to the roaring falls, which can be heard—if not seen—from every corner of the grounds.

  • Explore the surreal desert landscapes of Sossusvlei and Damaraland, accompanied by one of Namibia’s best-known naturalist guides
  • Take boat excursions, game drives, and walking safaris in the Okavango Delta, called “Africa’s last Eden” for its abundant wildlife
  • See the extraordinary collection of prehistoric rock engravings at UNESCO-listed Twyfelfontein and experience the energy of the famous Victoria Falls!

Discover two of southern Africa’s most distinctive and fascinating destinations— ageless, hauntingly beautiful Namibia, and Botswana’s celebrated Okavango Delta— on this privately guided, fly-in safari. You’ll climb the towering, apricot-hued dunes at Sossusvlei, and search for desert-adapted black rhino and elephant in the dramatic red hills of Damaraland. You’ll track leopards and cheetah at the AfriCat foundation, sip drinks near the thundering spray of Victoria Falls, and tour the shallow, silent waters of the Okavango Delta by dugout canoe, feasting your eyes on an enormous variety of bird and animal life. Flying between venues lets you spend more time exploring these iconic regions, and our expert guides will ensure a journey tailored to your interests and etched forever in your memories.
 

View the Webinar!

DAILY itinerary

Day 1: Welcome to Namibia!

Arrive at Windhoek’s international airport and transfer to the elegant Galton House, named after the famous explorer Sir Francis Galton. En route, pause to briefly explore Windhoek’s modern, colonial, and traditional contrasts and browse the craft market, if desired. Galton House is located in an affluent suburb just outside central Windhoek. You’ll have time to enjoy its tranquil atmosphere before dinner with your private naturalist guide.

  • Dinner
  • Accommodation:Galton House

Day 2: Explore the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve

Return to the airport and fly to Kulala Desert Lodge, tucked away in the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve. With décor inspired by its surroundings and spectacular views of the nearby dunes, this luxurious lodge offers unrivalled access to the wonders of Sossusvlei. This afternoon, choose from the many activities available, including eco-friendly quad biking and horse riding.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Kulala Desert Lodge

Day 3: Take a trip to the dunes of Namib Naukluft National Park

Rise early for a magical excursion into Namib Naukluft National Park. You’ll arrive at the apricot-hued, star-shaped dunes at sunrise, when the soft light accentuates their towering curves. Soaring nearly 1,000 feet above the surrounding plains, these dunes are among the tallest on earth. After an exhilarating morning exploring the dune fields, return to the lodge for an afternoon at leisure.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Kulala Desert Lodge

Day 4: Marvel at Twyfelfontein’s prehistoric rock engravings

Transfer to the airstrip for your flight to Damaraland. En route to camp, visit the prehistoric Twyfelfontein rock engravings, recently declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With some 2,500 carvings of abstract motifs and a variety of wildlife, this is perhaps the finest collection of petroglyphs in Africa. A local guide will offer insights into Twyfelfontein’s fascinating history. Continue on to your well-appointed mobile camp in time for sundowners.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Damaraland Mobile Camp

Days 5-6: Search for desert-adapted rhino in the heart of Damaraland

Damaraland is a place of stark beauty and splendor—a colorful landscape of tabletop mountains, rolling hills, and bizarre-looking vegetation, shaped by centuries of wind and water. For two days you’ll explore the remarkable Damaraland region with your guide, searching for specially adapted species of desert black rhinoceros and desert elephant along with a variety of other wildlife. In the evenings, return to the blissful solitude of your camp.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Damaraland Mobile Camp

Day 7: Learn about big cat rescue at the AfriCat Foundation

Today, you’ll visit the world-renowned AfriCat foundation, home to a large number of rescued cheetahs, leopards, and other predators. As you tour the research and rehabilitation centers, you’ll learn how the foundation is helping ensure the survival of big cats in Namibia. Overnight at Okonjima Bush Camp, a collection of exclusive chalets set amid grassy plains and rolling hills at the base of the Omboroko Mountains.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Okonjima Bush Camp

Day 8: Rise early for a walk in the bush at Okonjima Bush Camp

This morning, enjoy an early bush walk or bird-watching excursion, making use of the camp’s two spacious hides to spot some of the 300 bird species that have been identified here. Depart mid-morning for Windhoek and overnight at Galton House.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Galton House

Day 9: See the legendary Victoria Falls

After a morning at leisure, transfer to the airport for your flight to Zimbabwe and Victoria Falls. You’ll have ample time to explore the famous falls and the legendary, colonial-style Victoria Falls Hotel, known as “the grand old lady of the falls.” A stay here isn’t complete without afternoon tea or cocktails at Stanley’s Terrace, overlooking the Victoria Falls Bridge—the Terrace has been a rendezvous for adventurers in Africa for over a century.

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT BETWEEN WINDHOEK AND VICTORIA FALLS- On Day 9 of your itinerary there is an international flight from Windhoek (WDH), Namibia to Victoria Falls (VFA), Zimbabwe that you are required to book yourself. The ideal flight is South African Airways Flight No. 73, which departs from Windhoek (WDH) at 6:00am and arrives in Johannesburg (JNB) at 8:40am. Then South African Airways Flight No. 40, which departs from Johannesburg (JNB) at 10:50am and arrives in Victoria Falls (VFA) at 12:30pm.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Victoria Falls Hotel

Day 10: Explore the last Eden of Chobe

This morning, travel to Kasane, where you’ll be met and transferred to the privately owned and operated Muchenje Safari Lodge. Located in the Chobe Forest Reserve, known as “the last Eden of Chobe,” this is the only lodge on the western side of Chobe National Park. Your excursions here will show you a rarely visited section of the park, which boasts an unparalleled concentration of game, including one of Africa’s largest elephant populations. After discussing your preference with your personal and local guides, join an adventurous afternoon game drive, followed by an exciting night drive, where you can spot the many nocturnal animals that call this area home.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Muchenje Safari Lodge

Day 11: Choose your adventure in Chobe National Park

Today, choose from a wide range of activities, including guided game drives or nature walks in Chobe National Park, visits to a nearby local community, and boat cruises on the Chobe River.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Muchenje Safari Lodge

Day 12: Fly to Shinde Camp in the Okavango Delta

After a leisurely breakfast, transfer to Kasane airport and fly to Shinde Camp, nestled on a lush island in the heart of the Okavango Delta. This intimate escape offers some of the most luxurious accommodations in the Delta, and all activities are exclusive to Shinde guests.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Shinde Camp

Days 13-14: Discover wildlife of the Okavango

Over the next two days, discover the abundant bird, plant, and animal life of the Delta. Shinde's location affords water and land access throughout the year, providing a diverse range of activities. Cruise the silent waters by mokoro (dugout canoe), visiting breeding colonies of herons, egrets, pelicans, and storks. Explore the island on game drives or on foot, watching for the Sitatunga antelope, uniquely adapted to the wetland habitat. Try your hand at fishing for local tilapia or tiger fish. Your guides will ensure this is a rare and unforgettable experience, personally tailored to your interests.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Shinde Camp

Day 15: Bid farewell to Botswana

Transfer to the airstrip for your flight to Maun International Airport and onward.

  • Breakfast
lodgings

Damaraland Mobile Camp — Damaraland, Namibia

Our mobile camps are non-participatory and serviced to ensure that guests are extremely comfortable while out in the less developed and remote wilderness areas. We use 10ft x10f x 7ft igloo tents with built-in groundsheet and mosquito screens on all doors and windows. Each tent is equipped with bedside tables, camp beds, a bed roll contianing a mattress, duvet, pillow, sheet and towel. Ablutions, with flush toilet and running water in the showers, are shared among guests.

Galton House — Windhoek, Namiba

Galton House is one of Windhoek's newest accommodation establishments. The seven rooms are all equipped with internet connectivity, satelite television, coffee/tea station and general guest amenities. The communal areas consist of a large lounge, dining room, swimming pool and garden. There is also delightful al fresco dining area by the pool, serving freshly prepared and very tasty meals. There are also a number shops, restarants and supermarkets within easy walking distance.

Kulala Desert Lodge — Sossusvlei Kulala Wilderness Reserve, Namibia

Kulala literally means "to sleep" in Oshiwambo and Kulala Desert Lodge offers one of closest views of the Sossusvlei dune corridor, as well providing magnificent views of mountainous scenery and vast open plains. The camp comprises 23 thatched and canvas “kulalas” (including 3 family units) with en-suite bathrooms and verandas. Each unit is built on a wooden platform to catch the cooling breezes and has a deck on the flat rooftop where bedrolls are placed for guests to sleep under the stars. The main area, with northern African-inspired décor, has a lounge, dining area, plunge pool, and wrap-around veranda overlooking the Namib Desert. Activities on offer include morning tours to Sossusvlei, scenic nature walks and drives to view the desert's fascinating flora and fauna.

Muchenje Safari Lodge — Chobe National Park

Muchenje Safari Lodge is situated in one of the world’s great wildlife sanctuaries on Botswana’s northern border. This exclusive lodge is privately owned and run, accommodating just 20 guests in en-suite chalets with their own private decks. Be pampered with warm and friendly hospitality under the African skies and enjoy exciting wild life encounters, bush and river adventures. Muchenje is aptly referred to as the last Eden of Chobe!

Okonjima Bush Camp — Okonjima, Namibia

Okonjima Bush Camp is in charming thatched African style chalets linked by walkways to a main Lapa area shaped like a camelthorn pod where meals are taken and activities begin. Each exclusive en suite chalet is completely private and the green canvas 'walls' can be rolled up to give you an 180 degree view so you can lie in bed and watch life in the bush going on around you whilst you relax in total comfort.

Shinde Camp — Okavango Delta

Shinde Camp lies nestled on a lush palm-dotted island in the heart of the northern Okavango Delta. Located at the edge of a lagoon, it is surrounded by clear waterways flowing over yellow sands and past palm-fringed islands teeming with birdlife and game. Comfort and exclusivity best describe the accommodations at Shinde and the service of the staff is impeccable, courteous and inviting. Plus the campe accommodates only 16 guests, ensuring that yours is an intimate escape! There are eight, large and private, safari-style tents with modern en suite bathrooms with hot running water in ample supply. Each of the lodge’s structures has incredible views of both worlds of the grasslands and the delta. This full-service tented camp features fantastic cuisine and dining in the Tree house is a special experience.

As part of the Shinde private concession, all game activities are exclusive to guests of Shinde. A senior guide will escort guests on private game activities: morning, afternoon and evening game drives, game walks, mokoros, motor boats and excellent fishing. The island is especially favored by members of the antelope family, including the sitatunga whose elongated splayed hooves enable it to walk on the unstable beds of reeds floating on the water. Well-equipped delta craft may take you to see fascinating breeding colonies of herons, egrets, pelicans and storks. Your guide will arrange walks to show you insects as well as a wide variety of bird life and game. Shinde’s abundant wildlife and the silent waters of the Okavango combine to make your stay a rare experience.

Victoria Falls Hotel — Victoria Falls

Zimbabwe's oldest hotel is also its grandest. With a distinctly Edwardian-style design and decor, the 1904 Victoria Falls Hotel offers stunning views both inside and out—it is situated on a natural heritage site and overlooks breathtaking Victoria Falls. Style and glamour inform every aspect of the hotel, from the 180 rooms' four-poster or canopied beds and antique furniture to the elegant dining room's opulent décor and cheerful staff. All of this five-star luxury is set in lush tropical gardens, and is only a 10-minute walk to the roaring falls, which can be heard—if not seen—from every corner of the grounds.

Dates and Pricing

Apr 17, 2018 - May 01, 2018 Low Season

Aug 05 - 19, 2018 High Season

pricing

2017 Prices, per person
High Season (August)
$ 11,395(4-6 members)
$1,600 internal air
$ 2,500 single supplement

2018 Prices, per person
Low Season (April)
$ 10,095(4-6 members)
$1,600 internal air
$ 2,200 single supplement

High Season (August)
$ 11,495(4-6 members)
$1,600 internal air
$ 2,500 single supplement

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT BETWEEN WINDHOEK AND VICTORIA FALLS

On Day 9 of your itinerary there is an international flight from Windhoek (WDH), Namibia to Victoria Falls (VFA), Zimbabwe that you are required to book yourself. The ideal flight is South African Airways Flight No. 73, which departs from Windhoek (WDH) at 6:00am and arrives in Johannesburg (JNB) at 8:40am. Then South African Airways Flight No. 40, which departs from Johannesburg (JNB) at 10:50am and arrives in Victoria Falls (VFA) at 12:30pm.

Activity Level Easy to Moderate
Trip Length 15 days

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