Overland von Kapstadt nach Sansibar

  • Von Kapstadts Tafelberg zu Sansibars sonnenverwöhnten Stränden
  • Kapstadt Township Tour
  • Grandiose Ausblicke am Fish River Canyon
  • Sonnenaufgang über dem Dünenmeer der Namib Wüste
  • Freizeitaktivitäten in der Küstenstadt Swakopmund
  • Spitzkoppe - Bizarre Felsformationen und antike Felsmalereien
  • Wildbeobachtung im Etosha Nationalpark
  • Naturwanderung mit den Buschmännern der Kalahari
  • Entdecke zu Fuß & per Mokoro die Wildnis des Okavango Deltas
  • Elephant Sands
  • Pirschfahrt im tierreichen Chobe Nationalpark
  • Bootstour auf dem Chobe River
  • Naturerlebnis Victoria Wasserfälle
  • Lusaka - Samibas quirlige Hauptstadt
  • Entspannung & Freizeit am herrlichen Lake Malawi
  • Sonne, Strand und Meer auf der Gewürzinsel Sansibar
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen

35 Tage Südafrika · Botswana · Malawi · Tansania · Namibia · Sambia

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Diese intensive Afrika Overland Campingtour führt euch vom Tafelberg in Kapstadt, zu den riesige Sanddünen in der ältesten Wüste der Erde zu den sonnenverwöhnten Stränden des tropischen Sansibar. Diese Campingsafari vom Südlichen ins Östliche Afrika beinhaltet zahlreiche Höhepunkte wie die Victoria Wasserfälle, den Chobe River, den Malawi See mit seinen Stränden sowie den wildreichen Etosha Nationalparks und das Okavango Delta. Viele weitere große und kleine Abenteuer erwarten Euch auf dieser Erlebnisreise in Afrika!

1. Tag: Kapstadt - Western Cape, South Africa
2. Tag: Western Cape - Gariep (Orange) River
3. Tag: Gariep (Orange) River - Fish River Canyon, Namibia
4. Tag: Fish River Canyon - Sesriem Area
5. Tag: Namib Naukluft Nationalpark - Sossus on foot Camp
6. Tag: Sossus on foot Camp - Swakopmund
7. Tag: Swakopmund
8. Tag: Swakopmund - Spitzkoppe
9. Tag: Spitzkoppe - Etosha Nationalpark
10. Tag: Etosha Nationalpark
11. Tag: Etosha - Windhoek
12. Tag: Windhoek - Ghanzi, Botswana
13. Tag: Ghanzi - Maun
14. Tag: Maun - Okavango Delta
15. Tag: Okavango Delta - Maun
16. Tag: Maun - Elephant Sands, Nata
17. Tag: Elephant Sands, Nata - Kasane
18. Tag: Kasane - Livingstone, Victoria Falls, Sambia
19. Tag: Livingstone
20. Tag: Livingstone
21. Tag: Livingstone - Lusaka
22. Tag: Lusaka - South Luangwa
23. Tag: South Luangwa Nationalpark
24. Tag: South Luangwa Nationalpark - Kande Beach, Malawi
25. Tag: Kande Beach / Lake Malawi
26. Tag: Kande Beach - Chitimba Beach
27. Tag: Chitimba Beach / Lake Malawi
28. Tag: Chitimba Beach - Iringa, Tansania
29. Tag: Iringa - Mikumi Nationalpark
30. Tag: Mikumi Nationalpark Area - Dar es Salaam
31. Tag: Sansibar
32. Tag: Sansibar
33. Tag: Sansibar
34. Tag: Sansibar
35. Tag: Sansibar - Dar es Salaam

Leistungen enthalten

  • Afrika Overlandtour gemäß Programm
  • Transport in voll ausgerüstetem Overland-Truck
  • Komplette Camping- und Kochausrüstung (außer Schlafsack)
  • Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen gemäß Reiseverlauf
  • Kapstadt Township Tour
  • Besuch des Sesriem Canyons
  • 4x4 Transfer nach Sossusvlei und geführte Wanderung
  • Besuch der Düne 45
  • Spitzkoppe Felsmalereien
  • Pirschfahrten im Etosha Nationalpark
  • Kalahari Bushman Walk
  • Okavango Delta Exkursion mit Mokoro und Walking Safari
  • Chobe Nationalpark: Bootstour und Pirschfahrt
  • Eintrittsgebühr Victoria Falls Nationalpark
  • Pirschfahrt im South Luangwa Nationalpark
  • Fährüberfahrt zur/von der Insel Sansibar

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
  • Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgelder
  • Flughafentransfers

Unterbringung

26x Campingplatz
2x Mittelklasse-Lodge
1x Zelt-Lodge
1x Buschcamp
1x Standard-Hotel
3x Chalet / Bungalow
Die Übernachtung auf den Campingplätzen erfolgt in großen 2-Personen-Kuppelzelten mit Überzelt, eingenähtem Boden, Eingang mit Insektenschutzgitter und Schaumstoffmatratzen. Wir verwenden hauptsächlich Campingplätze, die in der Regel vernünftige Wasch-und Duschmöglichkeiten, Strom und möglichst auch einen kleinen Laden, Bar und Swimmingpool bieten. Die Austattung der Campingplätze ist unterschiedlich und hängt von der besuchten Region ab.

Verpflegung

34x Frühstück, 24x Mittagessen, 24x Abendessen
Das Kochen wird zusammen vom Tourguide und den Teilnehmern übernommen. Es sind 3 herzhafte Mahlzeiten pro Tag mit eingeschlossen (sofern nicht anders angegeben). Der Guide vollbringt wahre Wunder auf dem Campingkocher! Jeder Teilnehmer hilft bei der Zubereitung der Mahlzeit mit. Vegetarier können problemlos verköstigt werden und werden von unseren Kochkünsten begeistert sein. Bei Bedarf können spezielle Ernährungs- und Diätanforderungen berücksichtigt werden. Diese sollten jedoch frühzeitig angemeldet werden.

Tourbegleitung

2 erfahrene englischsprachige Tourbegleiter (geschulter Fahrer und Reiseleiter)

Transportarten

Overland-Truck, Fähre, Spezial-Safarifahrzeug, Boot, Einbaumboot (Mokoro)

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Kapstadt
Ashanti Lodge Gardens
Verpflegung: Frühstück
Doppelzimmer: 42 EUR p.P.
Einzelzimmer: 58 EUR
Mehrbettzimmer: 30 EUR
Die Zimmer teilen sich gemeinschaftliche sanitäre Einrichtungen.

Ashanti Lodge Guest House
Verpflegung: Frühstück
Doppelzimmer mit privatem Bad: 54 EUR

Dar es Salaam
Kipepeo Village
Doppelzimmer: 39 EUR p.P.
Einzelzimmer: 57 EUR

Bitte beachte, dass sich die Preise jedezeit ändern können.

Flughafentransfer

Kapstadt
26 EUR p.P.

Dar es Salaam
42 EUR pro Fahrzeug (max. 4 Pers.)

Bitte beachte, dass sich die Preise jedezeit ändern können.

Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

Sansibar
Gewürztour USD35
Arabisches Fort USD5
Palastmuseum USD10
Tauchgang USD130
Ehemalige Sklavenmärkte USD10
Yachttrips USD120
Dhow Schnorcheltour ab USD40
Massagen ab USD20

Mikumi Nationalpark
Pirschfahrt USD150

Südafrika
Weinverkostung USD10
Kanumiete USD40

Malawi
Reiten USD50
Dorfspaziergang USD10
Tageswanderung Livingstonia USD10
Schnorcheltagesausflug ab USD15
Tauchgänge ab USD45
Kanumiete ab USD10

Livingstone
Bungee jumping USD160
Abseil (ganztägig) USD190
Mosi Oa Tunya Nationalpark Fußpirsch USD110
Chief Mukumi Dorfour USD50
Gorge swing USD95
Jet boat auf dem Sambesi und Cable car ab USD120
Halbtägige Kanusafari USD110
Zambezi Sunset Cruise USD75
Full day White Water Rafting USD160
Helikopter/ Microlight Flüge ab USD185
Halbtägigie Angeltour USD145
Bridge Tour USD65

Okavango Delta
Rundflug über das Delta (5-Sitzer-Flugzeug, 45 min) ab USD560
Reiten in Maun (2 Std.) USD50

Ghanzi
Traditionelle Tänze USD15

Swakopmund
Sandboarding USD40-50
Quad Biking USD55
Skydiving USD200
Tiefseeangeln USD120
Rundflug USD360
Swakopmund Township Tour USD40
Delfin und Seerobben-Bootstour USD60
Kajak fahren USD60

South Luangwa Nationalpark
Dorfrundgang USD35
Fußpirsch USD60
Pirschfahrten ab USD55

Bitte beachte, dass sich die Preise jederzeit ändern können.

1. Tag: Kapstadt - Western Cape, South Africa

Our overland safari begins in cosmopolitan Cape Town, overlooked by Table Mountain and bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, one of the world’s most picturesque cities. Before we leave the city, we take a tour of the Cape Flats, at one of Cape Town’s intriguing townships, visiting some of the local people and community projects in the area. The townships illustrate both South Africa’s tumultuous history and its hope for the future which makes for a fascinating visit. From here we head north through South Africa’s Western Cape and through the fruit growing regions of Citrusdal. Our campsite is located near the Olifants River overlooking the stunning Cederberg Mountains. After setting up camp there is an option to sample some of the local wines of the region, properly meet the rest of the group and enjoy our first night under the African sky.

Optional Activities:
Wine Tasting USD10

Fahrzeit: ca. 4.5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 260 km

Unterkunft: Highlanders Campsite, Trawal, Vredendal

Verpflegung: 1x Abendessen

2. Tag: Western Cape - Gariep (Orange) River

Continuing north, the landscape gradually turns drier and rockier as we head towards the Namibian border crossing at Vioolsdrift. We set up camp tonight on the Namibian side of the Gariep (Orange) River, a stunning backdrop. Our camp provides you with the necessary comforts like hot showers, flush toilets, grassy campsites, swimming pool, bar facilities and the Orange River is safe for swimming! You will be briefed on an optional Orange River canoe safari for later this afternoon or the following morning. The camp by night is showered with stars of the Richtersveld – a truly peaceful and tranquil experience.

Optional Activities:
Canoe Safari USD40

Fahrzeit: ca. 8 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 400 km

Unterkunft: Campingplatz beim Felix Unite

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

3. Tag: Gariep (Orange) River - Fish River Canyon, Namibia

This morning we have the opportunity to partake in an optional canoe safari on the river, or simply relax on the water’s edge before making our way to the majestic Fish River Canyon. One of the natural wonders of Africa, the canyon is some 500m deep and over 160km long and often referred to as the second largest canyon in the world. There are plenty of opportunities for keen photographers this afternoon especially at the canyons infamous sharp river bend known as ‘Hells Corner’. A great opportunity to find a quiet spot and marvel at the sheer beauty of the Fish River Canyon.

Fahrzeit: ca. 3.5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 180 km

Unterkunft: Campingplatz beim Canyon Roadhouse, Fish River Canyon

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

4. Tag: Fish River Canyon - Sesriem Area

After a night near the canyon we continue north to the Sesriem Area, the gateway to the Namib Naukluft National Park, containing the world’s oldest desert and highest sand dunes. The Namib-Naukluft National Park contains part of the Namib Desert and the Naukluft mountain range. With an overall area of 49.768 km2 it’s larger than Switzerland and is the second largest game park in Africa and the fourth largest in the world. Here we set up camp for the evening under the starry Namibian sky.

Fahrzeit: ca. 10 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 600 km

Unterkunft: Little Sossus Camp, Sesriem

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

5. Tag: Namib Naukluft Nationalpark - Sossus on foot Camp

This morning we enter the National Park to trek to the top of famous Dune 45. A spectacular sight but be warned, it’s not an easy feat to reach the top as some dunes are over 300m high! After a well-deserved breakfast we continue deeper into the park for a short shuttle ride and nature walk to ‘Dead Vlei’, amidst the giant sand dunes – a real glimpse of Namibia’s unspoilt natural environment. Bring your camera – the shifting colours of the desert as the sun climbs throughout the mid/late morning offer some brilliant photographic opportunities. Departing from the dunes, we stop off at the smaller Sesriem Canyon where the multiple layers of rock and pebbles make for an interesting insight to what lies beneath the mountains of sand. Thereafter we make our way via Namibia’s smallest town, Solitaire to our camp for the night.

Optional Activities:
Desert Experience USD25

Fahrzeit: ca. 5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 240 km

Unterkunft: Sossus on Foot Camp, Namib Naukluft Park

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

6. Tag: Sossus on foot Camp - Swakopmund

Leaving our desert camp, we head for the Atlantic coast for the next two nights, crossing over the Tropic of Capricorn, and stopping for a photo opportunity en route. Swakopmund makes for a refreshing change with cooler Atlantic sea air, a taste of civilization and a swathe of exciting things to do and places to explore Be daring and try some desert-based adventure activities – quad biking, sand boarding, skydiving (weather permitting) and more! For those not seeking adventure enjoy what the town has to offer: shopping, restaurants, museums, aquarium, art galleries – or else simply walk along the promenade admiring the ocean, the quaint German-style architecture and indulge in the town’s café culture.

N.B: For the sake of practicality, meals in Swakopmund are restricted to breakfasts. This allows you to take on half day or full day activities (some of which include lunch) without having to be back for meal times. Swakopmund town offers a variety of bakeries and cafes with a selection of reasonably priced meals (allow ZAR 80-150 per meal). Relax and enjoy these days at your own leisure.

Fahrzeit: ca. 4.5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 260 km

Unterkunft: Amanpuri Travellers Lodge, Swakopmund

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück

7. Tag: Swakopmund

Today is a free day to enjoy all this quaint seaside town has to offer - from the many optional activities to the German patisseries, cafés and restaurants.

Optional Activities:
Sandboarding - Stand Up USD50
Sandboarding - Lay down USD40
Quad Biking USD55
Skydiving USD200
Deep Sea Fishing USD120
Scenic Flights USD360
Swakopmund Township Tour USD40
Dolphin and Seal Cruise USD60
Kayaking USD60

Unterkunft: Amanpuri Travellers Lodge, Swakopmund

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück

8. Tag: Swakopmund - Spitzkoppe

Leaving the coast, we turn inland to the beautiful Damaraland region and explore Spitzkoppe where we admire ancient bushman paintings still visible on peculiar rock formations. The giant boulder-like rock formations peak at approx 1800m above sea level and form a spectacular view. Take your time to explore the area and its delightful calmness. Keep an eye on the ever-changing colour of the rock, especially during sunrise and sunset, when they acquire intense red shades. The most impressive rock painting is “Bushman Paradise” and the natural rock bridge is a favourite viewpoint.

The Spitzkoppe Rest camp lies at the base of the mountain and is owned and maintained by the local community. All proceeds from our visit go directly to this community.
Please note that some group members may be starting their tour on this day.

Fahrzeit: ca. 3 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 150 km

Unterkunft: Spitzkoppe Community Camp, Spitzkoppe, Hentiesbaai

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

9. Tag: Spitzkoppe - Etosha Nationalpark

From Spitzkoppe we turn north again making our way to Etosha National Park, a vast reserve of over 20,000 sq km surrounding a central salt depression or ‘pan.’ The pan is seasonally full of water but specially managed waterholes sustain some 114 mammal and 340 bird species. We spend two nights here, usually making camp near a floodlit waterhole. Observers frequently see a range of night visitors including elephant, giraffe, zebra, even lion and hyena, making it one of the most memorable wildlife encounters in Namibia - a truly African experience and a highlight of any trip to Namibia. We have a short afternoon game drive on entering the park and heading to the camp.

Fahrzeit: ca. 6 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 420 km

Unterkunft: Okaukuejo / Halali / Namutoni Camp, Etosha Nationalpark

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

10. Tag: Etosha Nationalpark

Today, we enjoy a full day game driving in this magnificent animal kingdom - taking in the park’s main characteristic, the salt pan which can be seen from space - in search of elephant, rhino, zebra, giraffes and the numerous grazing animals frequently spotted around the water holes. Despite the dry nature of the terrain, the park sustains a wide variety of bird species including the large Kori Bustard, Secretary Bird and many other seed & insect eaters, as well as birds of prey.
After a full day game driving we return to camp, or onto the next camp and enjoy our last evening around the floodlit watering holes, observing natural animal behaviour at its best.

Fahrstrecke: ca. 250 km

Unterkunft: Okaukuejo / Halali / Namutoni Camp, Etosha Nationalpark

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

11. Tag: Etosha - Windhoek

Heading south, we arrive in Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, which is located in a basin between the Khomas Highland, Auas and Eros Mountains. Windhoek (Windy-corner in English) is home to approximately two hundred thousand people, an extremely small capital by global standards. The city center is characterized by a proliferation of German style buildings, a lasting reminder of Namibia's early colonial history and atmosphere. Take the opportunity to enjoy a night out at one of the local restaurants.

Please note that some group members may be ending or starting their tour in Windhoek. Both old and new are invited to join for the group outing.

Fahrzeit: ca. 8.5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 420 km

Unterkunft: Urban Camp, Windhoek

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen

12. Tag: Windhoek - Ghanzi, Botswana

Leaving Windhoek, we travel east into the Kalahari region and cross into Botswana. Our first stop is at the town of Ghanzi. Here, in this midst of (seemingly) barren terrain we meet the San/Bushman and have a guided bush walk for a cultural experience and insight into these ancient people’s way of life. We learn how they work with nature and manage the renewable resources found in their natural surroundings without damaging the fragile balance found in this ecosystem. Something we can all learn from. Your support of this ecotourism venture gives the San/Bushman a sustainable income and helps keep their culture alive.
Around the campfire at night, you can experience the ancient dance rituals of the San/Bushman. On special occasions this could be a healing or trance dance, which can continue all night, and is an intense spiritual experience for both participants and visitors alike.

Optional Activities:
Traditional Dancing USD15

Fahrzeit: ca. 10 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 530 km

Unterkunft: Ghanzi Trailblazers Camp, Ghanzi

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

13. Tag: Ghanzi - Maun

Maun is the fifth largest town in Botswana and is an eclectic mix of modern buildings and native dwellings. Although officially still a village, Maun has developed rapidly from a rural frontier town to a community that has distributed along the wide banks of the Thamalakane River where red lechwe antelope can still be seen grazing next to local donkeys, goats and cattle. Since Maun's founding in 1915 it has had a reputation as a hard-living 'Wild West' town helping the local cattle ranching and hunting operations. Maun today is a thriving tourist town famous for its donkey population and to a lesser extent, goats. These animals can be seen standing around town as they are used by local traders and farmers alike to transport their wares to sell on the curb side.

NB: If time allows, we have the opportunity to take an optional scenic flight over the Okavango Delta, either this afternoon or on day 15 on our return from the Delta excursion.

Optional Activities:
Okavango Delta Scenic Flight per 5-seater plane – 45 min flight time from USD650
Maun Horse Riding (2 Hours) USD50

Fahrzeit: ca. 5.5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 280 km

Unterkunft: Sitatunga Camp, Maun

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

14. Tag: Maun - Okavango Delta

Leaving the campsite in Maun we begin our excursion into the Okavango Delta by an open 4x4 truck to the mokoro station. Here we will be introduced to the local Tswana Polers that will be guiding us on this expedition. We travel by mokoro (dugout canoe) amongst the giant lily pads, tall grasses and labyrinthine channels in search of resident wildlife and a variety of birds, to our tented camp from which we can explore the area on a walking safari. The Okavango is a natural wetland spreading over some 1,600,000ha of northern Botswana that offers a perfect habitat for the many species of wildlife that roam here freely. The Okavango River rises in Angola (farther to the north) and flows south dividing repeatedly after crossing into Botswana to form an intricate floodplain of channels and which spreads out into a broad flat inland delta – the only one of its kind in the world. We enjoy the afternoon wilderness experience and overnight listening to the sounds of the African night - an unforgettable experience!

Fahrzeit: ca. 2 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 50 km

Unterkunft: Elephant Camp, Okavango Delta

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

15. Tag: Okavango Delta - Maun

This morning we take an easy paced mokoro ride out of the Okavango Delta back to the polers station from where we will drive back to Maun, our overnight stop. We aim to get back to camp around lunch time to allow for the opportunity to enjoy an optional scenic flight over this spectacular UNESCO world heritage site. Alternatively, the afternoon can be spent at leisure at the camp’s pool.

Fahrzeit: ca. 2 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 50 km

Unterkunft: Sitatunga Camp, Maun

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

16. Tag: Maun - Elephant Sands, Nata

Today, we make our way towards Nata travelling through a wide-open wildlife corridor between the Nxai and the Makgadikgadi Pans. We stop off to see one of Africa’s most iconic trees - the Baobab along the way and arrive at the Elephant Sands Lodge during the late afternoon. The camp has no fences, so all wildlife can roam freely from one waterhole to another and one can expect to see a variety of antelope and other wildlife during your stay at Elephant Sands. It is one of the most unique and amazing experiences to watch wild elephants and their behaviour at such close proximity.

Optional Activities:
Morning Bush Walk USD20
Evening Game Drive USD25

Fahrzeit: ca. 5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 380 km

Unterkunft: Campingplatz bei der Elephant Sands Lodge, Nata

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

17. Tag: Elephant Sands, Nata - Kasane

We make our way to the northern corner of Botswana to Kasane, the gateway to Chobe National Park. By size, it is the third largest park in the country and is the most diverse; home to elephant, lion, buffalo, hippo and abundant birdlife, including the famous African fish eagle. We take a ‘Fish Eagle’ cruise on the Chobe River – a great opportunity to see hippo and perhaps elephant or buffalo coming to the river to bathe and drink.
The Chobe River is a major watering spot for large breeding herds of elephants, as well as families of giraffe, sable and cape buffalo. The flood plains are the only place in Botswana where the puku antelope can be seen. Birding is also excellent here. When in flood spoonbills, ibis, various species of stork and other waterfowl flock to the area.

Fahrzeit: ca. 5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 270 km

Unterkunft: Campingplatz bei der Thebe River Lodge, Kasane

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

18. Tag: Kasane - Livingstone, Victoria Falls, Sambia

This morning we head out to explore the Chobe National Park on an open vehicle game drive where we have the opportunity to spot not only elephant that are so prolific in the park, but also lion, and different antelope species. Moving on from Kasane we take the ferry across the confluence of the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers into Zambia. Zambia, formerly known as Northern Rhodesia took its name from the Zambezi River at independence in 1964. The Zambezi River is the fourth longest in Africa (after the Nile, Congo and Niger) and the largest flowing into the Indian Ocean. Home to one of the world’s largest waterfalls, we visit Victoria Falls and try to take in the immensity of one of nature’s Wonders of the World. At various times of year, the spray from the Falls can be seen from up to 20 or 30 kilometres away, hence the local name ‘Mosi oa Tunya’ – the ‘Smoke that Thunders’.

We set up camp at the Waterfront campsite on the banks of the Zambezi, just a few kilometers from the Victoria Falls and the small town of Livingstone. We will give a full briefing on the various optional activities available in the area (typically these include rafting, canoeing, bungee, abseiling, gorge swinging, horse riding, scenic flights and river cruises), allowing you to plan your time accordingly.

NB: For the sake of practicality, meals in the Livingstone/Victoria Falls area are restricted to breakfasts. This allows you to take on half day or full day activities (some of which include lunch) without having to be back with the group at mealtimes. The Waterfront camp restaurant overlooks the Zambezi River and offers a good selection of reasonably priced meals and snacks throughout the day (allow US$15 -$30 per meal). Relax and enjoy these few days at your own leisure. Alternatively, take a taxi into Livingstone to try local fare.

Fahrzeit: ca. 1.5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 80 km

Unterkunft: Campingplatz beim Victoria Falls Waterfront, Livingstone

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück

19. Tag: Livingstone

We have a free day in Livingstone today to explore the town, pop over to neighbouring Zimbabwe or enjoy the many optional activities on offer such as rafting, bungee jumping, river cruises, flights over the falls, just to name a few.
Please note that some group members may be finishing their tour in Livingstone today.

Optional Activities:
Bungee Jumping USD160
Full Day Abseil USD190
Mosi Oa Tunya National Park Game Walk USD110
Chief Mukumi Village Tour USD50
Gorge Swing USD95
Zambezi Jet Boat & Cable Car from USD120
Half Day Canoe USD110,
Zambezi Sunset Cruise USD75
Full Day White-water Rafting USD160
Helicopter/Microlight Flights from USD185
Half Day Fishing USD145
Bridge Tour USD65

Unterkunft: Campingplatz beim Victoria Falls Waterfront, Livingstone

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück

20. Tag: Livingstone

Spend your leisure day in Livingstone exploring the activities, town and markets or simply relax poolside at the Waterfront. The perfect time to catch up on your social media and share your experiences before heading off into the East Africa part of your holiday in the morning.

Unterkunft: Campingplatz beim Victoria Falls Waterfront, Livingstone

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück

21. Tag: Livingstone - Lusaka

Relaxed and revitalized from the wonderful stay in Livingstone, we head through lush country and small villages to Lusaka, Zambia’s Capital city. Lusaka is Southern Africa’s fastest growing city with approx 1.7 million people and is located on the southern plateau at an elevation of 1300m with four main highways running north, south, east and west to different parts of Africa. This city is the commercial hub as well as the centre for the government. Our campsite for the evening is set in a tranquil and relaxing setting on a farm.

Please note that some group members may be starting their tour in Livingstone today.

Fahrzeit: ca. 9 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 450 km

Unterkunft: Eureka Camp

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

22. Tag: Lusaka - South Luangwa

We leave early and take the Great Eastern Road through lush countryside and small villages, crossing the Luangwa River to the South Luangwa National Park, which is known to be one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. The concentration of animals around the Luangwa River, and its oxbow lagoons, is among the most intense in Africa. There are 60 different animal species and over 400 different bird species inhabiting the area. Hippo’s, elephants, lions, leopards, buffalo, giraffe with many other species flourish in the 20,000 sq miles of savannah woodland watered by this 500 mile–long river. The river itself is the most intact and unaltered major river system in Africa and covers 9059 km2. The changing seasons add to the Park’s richness, ranging from; dry, bare bushveld in the winter, to lush green lands in the summer months. On arrival we set up camp and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure to enjoy the many optional activities from walking safaris and village walks.

Driving times vary dependent on the number of stops en route. While we try to get to the camp in daylight, today is a long day on the road and we may arrive in the early evening.

Fahrzeit: ca. 12 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 600 km

Unterkunft: Wildlife Camp

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

23. Tag: South Luangwa Nationalpark

Relax around the pools edge, which is the best place to be in the hot hours of the day. Later that afternoon we embark on an open vehicle game drive with a local ranger along the river’s edge to see the abundance of animal and birdlife inhabiting the area. Your tour includes one guided game drive during our stay. Additional walks and drives can be booked on arrival.

Optional Activities:
Village Tour USD35
Walking Safari USD60
Game Drives from USD55

Unterkunft: Wildlilfe Camp

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

24. Tag: South Luangwa Nationalpark - Kande Beach, Malawi

Leaving Zambia behind, we cross the border to Malawi. Please be patient as the official’s process the group’s visas as this may take some time to complete. Lake Malawi formerly ‘Lake Nyasa’, covers almost a fifth of the country’s area and provides the source of livelihood for many of the Malawian people. Fishermen, fish traders, canoe and net makers all ply their trade, and a common sight is that of a fisherman in his Bwato, (dugout canoe made from hollowed out tree trunk) fishing on the lake at the break of day or with lanterns by night
The lake also has the highest number of endemic freshwater fish species of any in the world and attracts divers globally to seek out the many colourful Cichlid species. We arrive at camp on the lake’s shore in the afternoon and have the rest of the day to swim and explore the beach and surrounding area.

NB: Although it is our intention to adhere to the campsites described, a certain amount of flexibility is built into our time in Malawi and the crew may make alterations to the published itinerary. Please therefore treat the Malawi section of the dossier as a guideline only.

Fahrzeit: ca. 8 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 420 km

Unterkunft: Kande Beach Camp, Kande

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

25. Tag: Kande Beach / Lake Malawi

Today you’ll have some free time to try some of the water sports available including diving and snorkeling, take a horse ride along the beach or simply relax and enjoy the warm fresh waters of Lake Malawi. There is the opportunity to meet the local people, generally known as amongst the friendliest in Africa, to gain insight into their way of life on an optional guided Village Walk, or you can simply head out and explore the lakeside, craft market and meet some of the locals.

Optional Activities:
Horse Riding USD55
Village Walk USD10
Snorkelling Day Trip from USD15
Fresh Water Scuba Diving From USD45
Canoe Hire from USD10

Unterkunft: Kande Beach Camp, Kande

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

26. Tag: Kande Beach - Chitimba Beach

Taking a nice scenic drive through rubber plantations to Mzuzu – the capital of the northern region and the third largest town in Malawi, where we stop for a short while to grab supplies and check out the markets before arriving to Chitimba Beach where time is at leisure in the afternoon to enjoy a game of beach volleyball or relax in the various lounge areas at this beach-side camp.

Fahrzeit: ca. 5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 240 km

Unterkunft: Chitimba Beach Camp, Chitimba

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

27. Tag: Chitimba Beach / Lake Malawi

Relax on the beach, take a leisurely village walk or do the full day trip to Manchewe Falls where after 11km of hiking you can cool off in a natural bath. The surrounding hills are home to the Livingstonia Mission where David Livingstone worked from for a time while staying in Malawi. The views from here are simply magnificent and well worth the effort of hiking to. For those staying at the campsite, there is a local craft market where you can enjoy learning the ins and outs of the game of Bao, haggle for some souvenirs or enjoy a relaxing day admiring the shimmering waters on the beach.

Optional Activities:
Livingstonia Day Hike USD10

Unterkunft: Chitimba Beach Camp, Chitimba

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

28. Tag: Chitimba Beach - Iringa, Tansania

Leaving Chitimba Beach, we travel the short distance north to cross the border into Tanzania. We steadily climb in altitude through Tanzania’s Southern Highlands all the way to Kisolanza Farm House. This farm is at an altitude of 1600m ensuring a pleasant fresh climate in one of the most scenic areas of Tanzania. Home to the Ghaui family for over 70 years, Kisolanza remains a working farm providing organic meat (beef, lamb and chicken) and vegetables to the surrounding markets as well as further afield in Dar es Salaam.

Fahrzeit: ca. 11 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 550 km

Unterkunft: Campingplatz bei der Kisolanza Farm

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

29. Tag: Iringa - Mikumi Nationalpark

Leaving the Southern Highlands, we make our way east to Mikumi National Park. Our campsite is located a short stone’s throw from the park and we enjoy sundowners at the local bar/ restaurant followed by the evening around the open fire under the blanket of stars.
If time allows we can go on an optional game drive in the afternoon to explore the magnificent park – Tanzania’s 5th largest. Expect to see Elephant, hippo, crocodiles, antelope and with some luck some buffalo or lion.

Optional Activities:
Mikumi Game Dive USD150

Fahrzeit: ca. 5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 200 km

Unterkunft: Campingplatz bei der Tan-Swiss Lodge

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

30. Tag: Mikumi Nationalpark Area - Dar es Salaam

We continue towards the Indian Ocean coast and the port city of Dar es Salaam (‘Haven of Peace’). This route runs through the Mikumi National Park and we may, with luck, spot forest elephant or giraffe feeding near the side of the road. ‘Dar’ is Tanzania’s hub of commerce and industry – a hot, humid and bustling seaport city of high rises, colourful markets and Arab influenced architecture on the coast accessing one of the most important sea routes on earth (with an interesting history too). To a majority of travelers, this city is the port of call to the more exotic Zanzibar and the remaining of the Archipelago islands. We set up camp at our campsite on the beach just outside of the city center, usually having time to browse curio markets - best known for ebony wood - and prepare for our trip to Zanzibar.

Fahrzeit: ca. 8 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 300 km

Unterkunft: Campingplatz beim Kipepeo Beach Village

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

31. Tag: Sansibar

Evocative and exotic, Zanzibar conjures up images of idyllic, sandy, palm fringe beaches; romantic winding cobbled alleys and lush tropical forests. You will find all of these here – and an intriguing history. Zanzibar was the base of the great 19th century explorers such as John Hanning Speke, Richard Burton and David Livingstone and once was a major trading center of spices. Indeed, the spice trade is centuries old: Zanzibaris have traded with the people of the Arabian Peninsula for generations, plying the ocean in simple dhow sailboats relying on the annual trade winds for passage. The Arab influence is evident in the architecture and diverse street stall offerings of the capital, Stone Town This influence can be seen right along the Eastern coast – the Swahili language itself is a result of the mixing of Arab and African languages and cultures over many centuries.
Zanzibar’s other history is not romantic. The island was also a staging post for slaves bought from the African interior being held before shipping to slave owners in the Middle East. You can still see the places where these men and woman were held – and even a short visit is enough to convey the appalling conditions they had to endure.

Our time on the island over the next 4 nights is not structured and your time is at leisure. Perhaps the best way to see Stone Town is on foot: explore the bazaars for old maritime trinkets, cloths, wooden carvings, visit mosques, palaces, courtyards and alleyways of the old town. Spices are grown in plantations nearby and you can take day tours to visit some and have your senses dazzled by the tastes and scents experienced. If it’s white sand, sparkling ocean and hot sun you prefer – head to the northern beaches and enjoy the Indian Ocean at its best. Try snorkeling and diving, indulge in some sumptuous seafood, or simply relax beneath a coconut palm with a cocktail and a good book.

NB: As we leave the truck on the mainland, basic tourist class accommodation and breakfast on Zanzibar are included in the tour price, but for the sake of flexibility other meals are left for your own account. Typically, we spend one night in Stone Town and the next three nights in the north of the island at one of the beaches. Your tour leader will be available to assist if you if you have any questions or need activities arranged.

century explorers such as John Hanning Speke, Richard Burton and David Livingstone and once was a major trading center of spices. Indeed, the spice trade is centuries old: Zanzibaris have traded with the people of the Arabian Peninsula for generations, plying the ocean in simple dhow sailboats relying on the annual trade winds for passage. The Arab influence is evident in the architecture and diverse street stall offerings of the capital, Stone Town This influence can be seen right along the Eastern coast – the Swahili language itself is a result of the mixing of Arab and African languages and cultures over many centuries.
Zanzibar’s other history is not romantic. The island was also a staging post for slaves bought from the African interior being held before shipping to slave owners in the Middle East. You can still see the places where these men and woman were held – and even a short visit is enough to convey the appalling conditions they had to endure.

Our time on the island over the next 4 nights is not structured and your time is at leisure. Perhaps the best way to see Stone Town is on foot: explore the bazaars for old maritime trinkets, cloths, wooden carvings, visit mosques, palaces, courtyards and alleyways of the old town. Spices are grown in plantations nearby and you can take day tours to visit some and have your senses dazzled by the tastes and scents experienced. If it’s white sand, sparkling ocean and hot sun you prefer – head to the northern beaches and enjoy the Indian Ocean at its best. Try snorkeling and diving, indulge in some sumptuous seafood, or simply relax beneath a coconut palm with a cocktail and a good book.

NB: As we leave the truck on the mainland, basic tourist class accommodation and breakfast on Zanzibar are included in the tour price, but for the sake of flexibility other meals are left for your own account. Typically, we spend one night in Stone Town and the next three nights in the north of the island at one of the beaches. Your tour leader will be available to assist if you if you have any questions or need activities arranged.

Please note that some group members may be starting their tour in Dar es Salaam today.

Optional Activities:
Spice Tour USD35
Slave Markets USD15
Arabic Fort USD5
Palace Museum USD10

Unterkunft: Safari Lodge, Stonetown

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück

32. Tag: Sansibar

Enjoy free time on Zanzibar and transfer to the northern beaches from Stone Town. Relax on the sun kissed beaches of Kendwa, northwest part of the island, take an optional diving trip to the rich colourful reefs or grab a snorkel and goggles to explore these from above.

Optional Activities:
Scuba Diving local USD150
Yacht Trip USD120
Snorkeling Safaris from USD40
Massages from USD20

Unterkunft: Sunset Kendwa, Kendwa

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück

33. Tag: Sansibar

Browse markets or enjoy hanging in a hammock with a cocktail and a good book. The beach is a great place to catch up with the locals who will pass by selling their wares, offering henna tattoos and inexpensive massages. Round the day off with a sunset dhow cruise or chilling to the tunes from the nearby beach bars.

Unterkunft: Sunset Kendwa, Kendwa

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück

34. Tag: Sansibar

Adjusting to the lazy ways of the northern beaches is easy to do in such picturesque surroundings. Enjoy your last day on the island swimming in the warm ocean, snorkeling in the crystal turquoise waters and enjoy time at leisure in this tropical haven.

Unterkunft: Sunset Kendwa, Kendwa

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück

35. Tag: Sansibar - Dar es Salaam

We have the morning to do any last-minute shopping or enjoy one last swim before catching the ferry back to the African mainland to Dar es Salaam where our tour ends.

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück

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