Nairobi to Cape Town Adventure Kenia · Tansania · Botswana u. a.

Nairobi to Cape Town Adventure

  • Safari in der Serengeti & dem Tierparadies Ngorongoro Krater
  • Ausflug in das tropische Strandparadies Sansibar im Indischen Ozean
  • Entspannung am wunderschönen Malawi See
  • Naturwunder Victoria Fälle
  • Panoramablick auf den Fish River Canyon - der größte Canyon Afrikas
  • Safarierlebnisse im tierreichen Etosha Nationalpark
  • Abenteuer-Aktivitäten der Küstenstadt Swkopmund
  • Höchste Sanddünen der Welt im Sossusvlei
  • Exkursion in das artenreiche Okavango Delta
  • Kapstadt - die charmante Stadt unter dem Tafelberg
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
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40 Tage Kenia · Tansania · Botswana · Südafrika · Malawi · Namibia · Sambia

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Lasst den Blick über die weltweit höchsten Sanddünen der Welt im Sossusvlei schweifen, gleitet per Mokoro (Einbaumboot) durch die verschlungenen Wasserwege des Okavango Deltas und trefft die San (Buschmänner) der Kalahari auf dieser erlebnisreichen Overland Tour durch Afrika. Haltet Ausschau nach den "Big Five" in der Serengeti und dem Tierparadies Ngorongoro Krater und entspannt an den tropischen Stränden des Inselparadieses Sansibar. Die donnernden Wassermassen der Victoria Fälle werden euch ebenso begeistern wie das einzigartige Panorama des gigantischen Fish River Canyon und die Abenteuer-Aktivitäten der charmanten Küstenstadt Swakopmund. Genießt spektakuläre Safarierlebnisse im tierreichen Etosha Nationalpark, verbringt die Nächte in der Wildnis und lauscht den zahlreichen Geräuschen der afrikanischen Nacht, bevor ihr euer vielseitiges Abenteuer im malerischen Kapstadt ausklingen lassen.

1. Tag: Nairobi
Anreise.

2. Tag: Arusha
Durchquert die halbtrockene Heimat der Massai auf dem Weg nach Arusha.

3. Tag: Serengeti Nationalpark
Steigt in Allrad-Safarifahrzeug um und genießt eine Pirschfahrt auf dem Weg zu unserem Lager im Herzen der Serengeti.

4.-5. Tag: Serengeti Nationalpark
Haltet im Krater nach Wildtieren Ausschau, bevor es nach Marangu geht, einem der beliebtesten Startpunkte für jene, die den Kilimanjaro erklimmen möchten.

6.-9. Tag: Dar Es Salaam/Sansibar
Es geht weiter zum Indischen Ozean. Begebt euch auf eine geführte Besichtigung einer Gewürzplantage. Ihr könnt arabische Anwesen, Paläste, Museen oder historische Stätten besichtigen, schnorcheln oder tauchen gehen und am Strand entspannen.

10.-11. Tag: Baobab Valley
Fähre nach Dar es Salaam. Weiter geht es nach Iringa.

12.-14. Tag: Malawisee
Entspannt an den Ufern des "Sternensees" und besucht verschiedene Lager entlang des Ufers. Ihr könnt Spaziergänge machen, schnorcheln gehen, Dörfer besichtigen oder einen Angelausflug machen.

15.-17. Tag: Chipata/South Luangwa Nationalpark/Lusaka
Erlebt einen weiteren Grenzübertritt und die grenzenlose Weite Afrikas. Beobachtet Zebras und Giraffen, während einer optionalen Wild life Safari.

19.-21. Tag: Victora Falls
Weiter nach Simbabwe. Ihr könnt die majestätischen Victoria Fälle besichtigen und Wildwasser-Raften, Kanufahren, eine Safari auf dem Rücken eines Elefanten, einen Rundflug über die Wasserfälle und vieles mehr genießen!

22.-23. Tag: Kasane/ Gweta
Camping unter uralten Affenbrotbäumen. Ihr könnt auch eine Bootsfahrt oder eine Pirschfahrt im Chobe Nationalpark machen.

24.-25. Tag: Maun/Okavango Delta
Genießt Spaziergänge mit Tierbeobachtung, Ausflüge auf einem Mokoro (traditioneller Einbaum) und Vogelbeobachtung. Lernt von den örtlichen Bootslenkern die Geheimnisse des Busches kennen.

26.-27. Tag: Ghanzi/Windhoek
Besucht die Wüste Kalahari, lernt die einheimischen San Buschmänner kennen und unternehmt mit ihnen einen Spaziergang, auf dem ihr erfahrt, wie sie in der Wüste überleben. Ihr könnt optional auch das Stadtzentrum von Windhoek erkunden.

28.-30. Tag: Etosha Nationalpark/Damaraland
Pirschfahrten im Etosha Nationalpark im Overland Truck.

31. Tag: Damaraland/Spitzkoppe
Besuche das Damaraland Living Museum und erkunde die spitzen Gipfel der Spitzkoppe.

32.-33. Tag: Swakopmund
Ihr habt die Auswahl aus Sandboarden, einem Bootsausflug zu den Delfinen, Fallschirmspringen, Quadfahrten, einer Living Desert Tour und anderen optionalen Aktivitäten.

34.-37. Tag: Wüste Namib/Fish River Canyon/Gariep
Erkundet die Sossusvlei-Dünen. Optional könnt ihr auch die spektakuläre Düne 45 erklimmen. Genießt den Sonnenuntergang am Fish River Canyon. Ihr könnt auch in einem Kanu den malerischen Gariep befahren.

38.-39. Tag: Cederberg/Kapstadt
Durch Teeplantagen erreicht ihr Kapstadt. Erkundet das pulsierende Cape Town bei Nacht und probiert eines der zahlreichen Restaurants an der V&A Waterfront aus.

40. Tag: Kapstadt
Abreise.

Leistungen enthalten

  • Afrika Rundreise gemäß Programm
  • Transport, Unterkunft und Mahlzeiten wie angegeben
  • Besichtigungen, Ausflüge und Aktivitäten gemäß Tourverlauf:
    • Eintritt und Pirschfahrten im Serengeti Nationalpark, im Etosha-Nationalpark und im Ngorongoro Krater
    • Eintritt und geführte Besichtigung einer Gewürzplantage
    • 3-tägiger Ausflug nach Sansibar
    • Zweitägiger Ausflug im Okavango-Delta mit Busch-Camping
    • Lokales Abendessen am Malawi See
    • Damaraland Living Museum Besuch
    • Eintritt Sossusvlei Dünen, Fischfluss Canyon und Spitzkoppe
    • Penduka Village Restaurant & Shop
    • Besuch !Khwa ttu San Culture and Education Centre

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
  • Trinkgelder, persönliche Ausgaben
  • Reiseversicherungen & Flughafensteuern

Unterbringung

27x Camping
4x Standard-Hotel
2x Camping ohne Mithilfe (Full Service Camping)
2x Pension (Mehrbett)
2x einfaches Busch-Camping
1x permanentes Zeltlager
1x Hostel (Mehrbettzimmer)

Die Unterbringung erfolgt im Doppelzimmer/-zelt sowie Mehrbettzimmer (Swakopmund). Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer/Zelt mit Reiseteilnehmer/in gleichen Geschlechts. Gegen Aufpreis ist auch die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer/-zelt möglich (vorbehaltlich Verfügbarkeit, keine Einzelunterbringung in den Nächten 32-33 und 39 möglich). EZ-Zuschlag: 419 Euro.

Camping: Die Campingausrüstung wird euch zur Verfügung gestellt. Alles, was ihr benötigt ist ein eigener Schlafsack und ggf. ein Kissen. Ihr übernachtet in Domzelten, die leicht und schnell auf- bzw. abzubauen sind. Alle Zelte sind mit Moskitonetzen ausgestattet. Warme, ca. 4cm dicke Matratzen sind ebenfalls vorhanden.

Verpflegung

37x Frühstück
32x Mittagessen
25x Abendessen

Weitere Mahlzeiten sind nicht enthalten. Dies soll euch die größtmögliche Flexibilität bei der Wahl der Mahlzeiten ermöglichen. Nutzt die Gelegenheit, um die einheimische Küche des jeweiligen Landes kennenzulernen. Ihr solltet ca. USD 225-295 für nicht eingeschlossene Mahlzeiten und Getränke einplanen.

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter/Koch und Fahrer

Transportarten

LKW / Truck, Fähre, Spezial-Safarifahrzeug, Minibus, Einbaumboot (Mokoro)

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

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Flughafentransfer

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Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

Folgenden Ausflug kannst du gegen Aufpreis direkt zusammen mit der Tour buchen:

Bootsfahrt auf dem Fluss Chobe: Ab 34 Euro
Auf einer Bootsfahrt bei Sonnenuntergang auf dem Fluss Chobe erwartet dich eine fantastische Aussicht auf einen der Nationalparks von Botswana und die tausenden dort lebenden Elefanten, Krokodile und Flusspferde. Rüste dich mit ein paar Drinks und einer Kamera, lehne dich zurück und genieße die Aussicht.

Helikopterflug über die Victoriafälle - 25 Minuten: Ab 253 Euro
Die Gelegenheit, die Victoriafälle von oben zu sehen solltest du dir nicht entgehen lassen. Der tosende Fluss Sambesi bahnt sich den Weg in Richtung der Schlucht, die größten Wasserfall der Welt bildet. Genieße auf diesem 25-minütigen Flug die unglaubliche Aussicht und mach so viele Fotos wie du möchtest. Mit etwas Glück siehst du vielleicht ein paar Giraffen und Elefanten in der umliegenden Landschaft und einen Regenbogen über den Wasserfällen.

Bootsfahrt auf dem Sambesi bei Sonnenuntergang: Ab 45 Euro
Unternimm eine Bootsfahrt auf dem malerischen Sambesi. Genieße einige Snacks, Getränke, eine fröhliche Atmosphäre und natürlich die wunderschöne Aussicht auf den Sonnenuntergang. Der ideale Weg, um einen aufregenden Tag in Victoria Falls zu beschließen.

Fallschirmspringen: Ab 174 Euro
Schnall dir deinen Gurt an, übe den Ausstieg und begib dich in einem ein Flugzeug hoch und über den Dünen der Namib-Wüste. Nimm einen tiefen Atemzug und wage mit deinem Kursleiter den Sprung in den freien Fall, bevor er den Fallschirm öffnet. Genieße die Aussicht über die Dünen, während du hinabgleitest und schließlich wieder sicher am Boden landest. Wow!

Helikopterflug über die Victoriafälle - 15 Minuten Ab 144 Euro
Die Gelegenheit, die Victoriafälle von oben zu sehen solltest du dir nicht entgehen lassen. Der tosende Fluss Sambesi bahnt sich den Weg in Richtung der Schlucht, die größten Wasserfall der Welt bildet. Genieße auf diesem 15-minütigen Flug die unglaubliche Aussicht und mach so viele Fotos wie du möchtest. Mit etwas Glück siehst du vielleicht ein paar Giraffen und Elefanten in der umliegenden Landschaft und einen Regenbogen über den Wasserfällen.

Serengeti-Ballonsafari: Ab 437 Euro
Hoch oben in einem Heißluftballon wirst du die Tierwelt und Landschaft der Serengeti aus einer Perspektive erleben, die sonst nur den Vögeln vorbehalten ist. Genieße ein Champagner-Frühstück und lade deine Kamera auf – du wirst sie im Laufe deiner Stunde in der Luft reichlich benutzen.

Rundflug über das Okavango-Delta: Ab 107 Euro
Erlebe die enorme Wildnis Afrikas aus einer einmaligen, neuen Perspektive, die nur sehr wenige jemals genießen können. Beobachte die Flusspferde im Wasser und Elefanten und Büffel zwischen den Bäumen. Lasse deinen Blick über die verschlungenen Wasserwege auf ihrem Weg durch das Delta streifen.

Rafting bei den Victoriafällen: Ab 135 Euro
Nutze die Gelegenheit zum Wildwasser-Rafting auf dem Sambesi, während die Victoriafälle über dir toben. Nach der Abfahrt am Morgen begibst du dich auf den Fluss und navigierst den Vormittag über durch die Schlucht, die die berühmten Wasserfälle bildet. Die spektakulären Stromschnellen werden deinen Puls zum Rasen bringen und dein Erlebnis hier komplett machen. Ganztägiges Rafting auf Stromschnellen Grad 5, Transfers und Mittagessen sind inbegriffen. Bitte beachte: Die Bedingungen am Fluss und die Preise für die Aktivität variieren je nach Saison. Hochwasserzeit ist von Februar bis Juli. Niedrigwasser herrscht in der Regel von August bis Januar – dann ist der Sambesi am wildesten. Je nach Stärke der Niederschläge ist der Sambesi gewöhnlich zwischen März und April „geschlossen“ und Rafting am Fluss verboten. Teilnehmer an dieser Aktivität müssen die tiefe Batoka-Schlucht hinab- und anschließend wieder hochsteigen, um zum Fluss zu gelangen. Dafür solltest du einigermaßen fit sein. Im Preis der Aktivität nicht enthalten sind $10 Eintrittsgebühr für den Park.

Bitte beachte, dass sich die Preise/Aktivitäten jederzeit ändern können.
Day 1: Nairobi
Arrive at any time. Please make sure you have all of the necessary visas for this tour by the time of the welcome meeting. It is very important to read the visa section in our trip details to know which visas you will need, if any. Please note that not all nationalities are able to obtain a visa on arrival at the border.
The adventure begins tonight. Feel free to explore before your welcome meeting, but make sure you’re back in time to meet the group. After introductions, your CEO will review the details of your tour. Please note that normal check-in times apply at our start hotels, but you can usually store your luggage for the day if you arrive early.

Optional Activities:
- David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage Visit
26-65USD per person. Established in memory of the founder of Kenya's giant Tsavo East National Park, David Sheldrick, this organization strives to help save the lives of orphaned elephants and rhinos before they are released back into the wild. Entrance fees assist in feeding and nurturing the animals.

- Karen Blixen Museum
34-73USD per person. Converted from the former home of pioneer coffee farmer and acclaimed writer Karen Blixen, this museum provides visitors insight into life of a Danish settler in pre-Independence Kenya. Take a walk through the home, and magnificent gardens that provide a stunning view of the Ngong hills. Hotel pick-up and entrance fee included.

- Railway Museum
6USD per person. Adjacent to the Nairobi railway station, this museum contains exhibits from the East African Railways opened in 1971.

- National Museum
21-33USD per person. Take a stroll through this museum to get a better understanding of Kenya's rich heritage through a range of cultural and natural-history exhibits. Learn more about the region's bird population at the Birds of East Africa exhibit, a huge gallery of at least 900 stuffed specimens. Get a refreshing take on Kenyan history counterpoint to colonial historiographies at the Historia Ya Kenya display. Entrance fee and hotel pick-up included.

- The Carnivore Restaurant
51-82USD per person. Feast on a range of familiar and exotic meats roasted over an open flame barbecue pit. Ever wanted to try ostrich or crocodile? Here's your chance to do so (at a world-renowned restaurant, at that). Price includes the price of a meal (without a beverage) and hotel pick-up.

Accommodation: Hotel Boulevard (or similar)

Day 2: Nairobi/Arusha

Cross through the semi-arid lands of the Maasai people to Arusha.

Accommodation: Meserani Snake Park (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Arusha/Serengeti National Park

Enjoy a wildlife safari drive en route to the camp site in the central Serengeti.
After breakfast, begin the 3-day and 2-night excursion to Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater, two of Africa’s premier wildlife areas.
Changing to specialized 4x4 7-seater safari vehicles, meet experienced safari driver/guides, who will ensure wonderful wildlife encounters. The safari vehicles each have sliding windows and a large pop-up roof, perfect for viewing animals and scenery. They are smaller than the overland adventure vehicle (OAV) and will allow the group to maneuver easily through the wildlife areas. As the vehicles are smaller than the overland adventure vehicle (OAV), the group will split up among several vehicles.

Included Activity:
- Serengeti National Park Safari
This is the reason you came to Africa. Charge your camera, grab your binoculars, and set out on safari. Your eagle-eyed driver will keep an eye out for wildlife – buffaloes, elephants, lions, wildebeests, zebras, and more. Tanzania’s Serengeti tends to be less crowded than some of Kenya’s reserves, so enjoy the scenery, the vast expanse of the grasslands, the play of light and shadow, and the up-close look at wild Africa.

Accommodation: Seronera Campsite (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast,  Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Serengeti National Park/Ngorongoro

Enjoy a wildlife safari drive in the Serengeti during the day, and finish the evening camping at the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater.
Before leaving the Serengeti, enjoy one last morning safari drive to see the animal kingdom come to life in this incredible expanse of grassland savannah. Then return and break camp, and journey to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, famous for Africa's best wildlife viewing. The views from the Ngorongoro Crater rim are stunning, and there is an ever-present abundance of wildlife, due to the permanent water supply on the crater floor. Arrive at the campsite at the crater rim in the late afternoon.
Please note: if you have pre-booked the Serengeti Balloon Safari, today's likely the day for this activity! The CEO will give the final confirmation when it will take place, as it is subject to change. You will miss the included morning wildlife safari drive with the group, but you will have a much better view from above!
Please note that due to the high-altitude location of our camp, temperatures can drop at night. We recommend bringing extra layers to wear during the evening and following morning.

Included Activity:
- Serengeti National Park Safari
This is the reason you came to Africa. Charge your camera, grab your binoculars, and set out on safari. Your eagle-eyed driver will keep an eye out for wildlife – buffaloes, elephants, lions, wildebeests, zebras, and more. Tanzania’s Serengeti tends to be less crowded than some of Kenya’s reserves, so enjoy the scenery, the vast expanse of the grasslands, the play of light and shadow, and the up-close look at wild Africa.

Optional Activities:
- Serengeti Balloon Safari
539USD per person. Spirited aloft in a hot-air balloon, view the wildlife and terrain of the Serengeti that only the birds see. Enjoy a champagne breakfast and keep that shutter-finger good and limber—you’ll be using it plenty over the course of your hour in the air.

Accommodation: Simba Campsite (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Ngorongoro/Arusha
Venture down to the crater floor, and take in a final safari experience viewing the high concentration of wildlife bound by the crater walls.
Exit the crater late in the morning and travel back to Arusha.
If you have booked the Zanzibar Express, you will part from the group in Arusha and be transferred to your Arusha hotel for the night. The following morning you will fly to Zanzibar. Included: transfers, flights, one night Arusha (Outpost Lodge, or similar) and one night Stone Town (Mazsons Hotel, or similar). Only breakfast included.

Included Activity:
- Ngorongoro Crater Wildlife Safari Drive
Set the alarm and prepare for an early start to see the wonders of the Ngorongoro Crater. Here you’ll see Maasai herdsmen in the morning mist. Your driver/guide will take you down into the crater and to all the best spots to view wildlife. Spot zebra, gazelles, buffaloes, and warthogs. The swamp and forest are home to hippos, rhinos, elephants, baboons, and monkeys. Keep your eyes peeled and camera ready to capture a pride of lions or a lone leopard walking along the crater floor.

Accommodation: Meserani Snake Park (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Arusha/Bagamoyo
Hit the road, and enjoy the varied landscapes on the way to the Indian Ocean coast.
Leave Arusha early and be on the lookout for the majestic Mt Kilimanjaro, on the road towards Bagamoyo. This town, which was recently named a World Heritage Site, was one of the most important trading ports of the central east African coast in the late 19th century.
Zanzibar Express; transfer this morning from your Arusha hotel to the airport for a scenic flight to Zanzibar. Arrive in Stone Town and spend the afternoon exploring on your own. Enjoy an extra night in Stone Town and meet back up with the group the following day. Only breakfast included.

Accommodation: Firefly Bagamoyo Campsite (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 7: Bagamoyo/Nungwi
Drive to Dar es Salaam, then hop on a ferry to Zanzibar. Travel north to Nungwi Beach, and bliss out beachside on Zanzibar's northern coast.
After arriving on Zanzibar, transfer to Nungwi Beach. Relax on the idyllic white-sand beaches, wander through the village of Nungwi or opt to go snorkelling or diving.
Zanzibar is a Muslim society. Immodestly dressed women or men in shorts will get harassed and cause great offense in Stone Town. In Nungwi, customs are a little more relaxed, but travellers are encouraged to be respectful of the island's culture and cover up when walking around. Never try to take a photograph without asking permission.

Optional Activities:
- Snorkelling
35-60USD per person. Enjoy a day of snorkelling in the safety of an experienced snorkel guide in the area of one of Zanzibar's most well-known reefs surrounding Mnemba island. Lifejackets, short wetsuits and buoyancy aids available. Lunch is included. Price is dependent on pick-up location.

- Scuba Diving
60USD per person. Take a boat to Mnemba, a small island surrounded by a circular reef boasting an an abundance of colourful coral and marine life. Suit up and enjoy the excellent visibility allowed by the turquoise waters of this region. If you are lucky, you just might be able to spot the bottlenose dolphins that are known to visit this area.

Accommodation: Amaan Bungalows (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 8: Nungwi
Take the day to enjoy paradise. Opt to go diving, snorkelling, take a sailing trip, or just sit back and relax.

Optional Activities:
- Safari Blue - Sailing Day Trip
75-100USD per person. Enjoy a full day of sailing on a dhow, including opportunities to snorkel in the clear blue waters. Dock on a remote sandbank and enjoy a traditional dish made with the catch of the day. Later, glide out on the waters in a canoe carved of a single mango tree and opt to swim, snorkel, or just relax. Snorkelling equipment is included.

- Nungwi Village Tour
48-170USD per person. Explore the traditional fishing village of Nungwi. Get an early start to experience the fish market in full swing. Take a tour of the local boatyard where fishermen's dhows are made the traditional way. Tour a Portugese settlement dating back to 1497, to get a better understanding of the Portuguese conquest of Zanzibar. End the day with a visit the Mnarani Aquarium.

- Swahili Cultural Tour
70USD per person. Take a couple of hours to get to know the life of a Zanzibarian by being immersed in the local culture. Follow a guide through a rural village to see elements of day to day life, sit with men of the village to see how they weave palm fronds to make the thatch roofs for their huts, opt to play a game of Bao (Zanzibar favorite game past time), and enjoy a traditional dance performance.

- Jozani Forest Tour
24-80USD per person. Known for the red colobus monkeys, a visit Jozani forest is a highlight when in Zanzibar. Explore the nature trails while following in the footsteps of a guide who will inform about the impressive flora and fauna surrounding you.

Accommodation: Amaan Bungalows (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 9: Nungwi/Stone Town
Travel back to Stone Town for a final night on this enchanting island.
Explore Stone Town, the heart of the island. It has an intriguing maze of narrow, cobbled lanes hemmed in by Arabic buildings. The best way to see Stone Town is, literally, to get lost. One can spend hours just wandering the alleys and squares, drinking potent coffee from pavement vendors, or buying sweetmeats from scores of tiny cafes. Look out for tinga-tinga paintings, antique shops, beautifully printed cloths (kangas and kikois worn by local people), little carved chests with copper inlays and spices – all beautiful presents or memories to take home.

Included Activity:
- Spice Plantation Tour
No visit to Zanzibar would be complete without a visit to the spice plantations. Your senses will be aroused as you will receive a detailed description on the assortment of spices (black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, nutmeg, breadfruit, jackfruit, vanilla, lemon grass) and their various uses. It was the spice plantations that brought the beginnings of Zanzibar’s infamous slave trade that dates back to the 1840’s.

Optional Activities:

- Stone Town Walking Tour
Free. Enjoy a walking tour along the bustling narrow streets of Stone Town and admire the historical old buildings and homes that are part of a preservation program funded by UNESCO and the Aga Khan Foundation. Also, visit the historical site of the slave market and learn about this dark aspect of history. Continue to the local fruits and vegetable market, fish market, Tip tipu house, and National Museum.

Accommodation: Tausi Palace Hotel (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 10: Stone Town/Baobab Valley

Ferry to Dar es Salaam then continue to Baobab Valley. Catch the ferry back to Dar Es Salaam and continuing travelling west to the campsite in the Baobab Valley on the banks of the Ruaha River. The camp is on the edge of the Udzwungwa Mountains National Park.

Accommodation: Tanswiss Campsite (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 11: Baobab Valley/Iringa
Spend another day on the road, and journey south to Iringa. Visit a crafts centre that supports the local community.

Included Activity:
- Iringa Craft Centre
Stop by a crafts centre that employs local artists with disabilities. Grab a coffee at the café or pick up a souvenir to bring home.

Accommodation: Kisolanza Farm (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 12: Iringa/Chitimba
Cross into Malawi and travel to beautiful Lake Malawi. Chitimba Beach has beautiful views of mountains in the background and Tanzania across the lake.

Accommodation: Chitimba Beach Lodge & Camp (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 13: Chitimba/Kande Beach
Travel to another beautiful beach area on Lake Malawi. Leave Chitimba in the morning and drive south along Lake Malawi to Kande Beach.

Accommodation: Kande Beach Lodge & Campsite (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 14: Kande Beach
Enjoy a traditional dinner in a local home, and opt to explore by foot, go snorkelling, or take a village tour.

Optional Activity:
- Snorkelling
Discover some of the best freshwater snorkelling in Africa at Lake Malawi, which generally has clear visibility and boasts a plethora of brightly coloured fish. Don a snorkel and hop in!

- Village Walk
Set off on a village walk to visit a nearby traditional Tonga village to learn more about daily village life in the area.

- Swimming
Grab your bathing suit and go for a refreshing swim.

Accommodation: Kande Beach Lodge & Campsite (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 15: Kande Beach/Chipata

Cross the border into Zambia. Cross the border from Malawi to Zambia, then continue to the capital of the Eastern Province, Chipata. Previously known as Fort Jameson, Chipata is a popular refuelling station for overlanders heading to South Luangwa National Park.

Accommodation: Mama Rula's Camp (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 16: Chipata/South Luangwa

Arrive late morning at camp. Opt to go on a wildlife safari drive in South Luangwa National Park, or visit a nearby local village.

Optional Activities:
- South Luangwa Wildlife Safari Drive
Have the opportunity to experience one of the true hidden gems in Southern Africa. Opt for a morning or evening wildlife safari drive through South Luangwa National Park. Home to large populations of the Thornicroft's Giraffe, elephants and Cape buffalo.

- South Luangwa Walking Safari
South Luangwa National Park is known as the birth place of walking safaris in Africa. Opt to take a guided walk through the park and experience the wildlife.

- Tribal Textile and Village Tour
Opt to visit a local village and popular textile market. A great place to purchase handcrafted fabrics and souvenirs.

Accommodation: Wildlife Camp (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 17: South Luangwa
Enjoy a free day to explore South Luangwa NP, a wildlife haven. Opt to go on a walking safari (seasonal), night drive, or visit a nearby local village.

Accommodation: Wildlife Camp (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 18: South Luangwa/Lusaka
Sit back and enjoy a day of driving, taking in the scenery. Set off early and arrive late in the afternoon. The long journey across rough and bumpy roads takes us to a private farm 29km (18 mi) outside the capital of Zambia. Marvel at the zebras, buffaloes, and the bok that roam the property, or relax by the pool or at the camp’s bar.
This is an overnight stop in between driving days, so we will not have time to explore Lusaka.

Accommodation: Eureka Camping Park (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 19: Lusaka/Victoria Falls
Continue travelling across Zambia, cross the border into Zimbabwe and finish at the lovely town of Victoria Falls.
Your accommodation is in Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) and NOT Livingstone (Zambia). Please make sure you have the necessary visa.

Optional Activities:
- Victoria Falls Visit
Take in the natural splendour of thundering Victoria Falls while viewing the massive falls from the Zimbabwean side.

Accommodation: Explorers Village Camping (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 20: Victoria Falls
Spend the day exploring your beautiful surroundings. Opt to visit Victoria Falls, go whitewater rafting, or take a helicopter flight over the falls.
The town of Victoria Falls is a great base to see both natural wonders and take part in some exciting activities. Get up close (and wet from the spray) while awing at the immense Victoria Falls, raft the whitewater of the mighty Zambezi, and for the more adventurous, bungee jump with Victoria Falls in view.
Today, new travellers may join you for the rest of your adventure. You are welcome to join them at a group meeting this evening, followed by an optional dinner.
Want to do more with your tour? Pre-book any two of the following activities: Zambezi Whitewater Rafting, Victoria Falls Helicopter Ride, or the Zambezi River Sunset Cruise.
Any optional activities listed on this day can also be booked upon arrival in Victoria Falls.

Optional Activities:
- Victoria Falls Visit
Take in the natural splendour of thundering Victoria Falls while viewing the massive falls from the Zimbabwean side.

- Zambezi Bungee Jump
160USD per person. Get the adrenaline pumping with a bungee jump from the Victoria Falls Bridge over the Zambezi River. Hear the rush of Victoria Falls as you enjoy this once in a lifetime experience.

- Zipline over the Zambezi
45USD per person. Glide along a zipline track for 300 metres over the rapids of the Batoka Gorge below. Take in incredible views of the Victoria Falls along the way.

- Bridge Swing over the Zambezi
160USD per person. Get strapped up, step over the Victoria Falls Bridge and free fall for 80 meters into the Batoka Gorge. Enjoy the views as you swing back and forth over the roaring Zambezi river, with cascading waterfalls at your side. Don't think you can hack it alone? Swing with a partner.

- Zambezi River Sunset Cruise
58USD per person. Climb aboard and cruise along the beautiful Zambezi River. Enjoy some snacks, drinks, a festive atmosphere, and gorgeous views of the sunset. It's the ideal way to end an eventful day in Victoria Falls.

- Victoria Falls Helicopter Ride - 15min
160USD per person. You don't want to miss the opportunity to see Victoria Falls from above. Watch the Zambezi River make its way toward the gorge and form the largest waterfall in the world. During your 15-minute ride, you will have time to take in the incredible views over the falls, Livingstone Island, and Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park while snapping as many pictures as you like. You may be lucky enough to see some giraffes and elephants in the surrounding landscape and even catch a rainbow over the falls. Includes pick-up and drop-off from hotel and a 12-15min flight.
Please note there is a cost for an additional park fee paid for on-site at time of the activity.

- Victoria Falls Helicopter Ride - 25min
330USD per person. You don't want to miss the opportunity to see Victoria Falls from above. Watch the Zambezi River make its way toward the gorge and form the largest waterfall in the world. During your 25 minute ride, you will have time to take in the incredible views over the falls, Livingstone Island, and Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park while snapping as many pictures as you like. This extended ride also includes time flying over the vast and towering walls of the Batoka Gorge. You may be lucky enough to see some giraffes and elephants in the surrounding landscape and even catch a rainbow over the falls. Includes pick-up and drop-off from hotel and a 25min flight.
Please note there is a cost for an additional park fee paid for on-site at time of the activity.

- Victoria Falls Whitewater Rafting
150-160USD per person. Take the opportunity to go whitewater rafting on the Zambezi River while Victoria Falls roars above. Depart in the morning and navigate through the canyon that forms the famous falls. The dramatic rapids will fill you with excitement and complete your experience. Includes a full-day of rafting on class III-V rapids, transfers, and lunch.
Please note: River conditions and activity pricing vary depending on the seasons. High water season is from about February to July. Low water season generally runs from August to January each year - this is when the Zambezi is at its very wildest. The "closed season" is dependent on the season’s rains, and usually is from March to April; during this time rafting on the river is not permitted. Additionally, this activity requires passengers to hike down and up the Batoka Gorge (approx. 45 minutes each way) to access the river; an average level of fitness is required.
This activity price excludes a $10 park entrance fee.

- Chobe National Park Day Trip
170USD per person. Depart Victoria Falls in the morning for a full-day guided tour of Chobe National Park in Botswana - a wildlife-abundant region covering about 11,700km² of the Northern Kalahari. Begin your adventure with a cruise down the Chobe River, taking in the sweeping views and witnessing the wildlife grazing along the riverbank. Enjoy an included lunch on land before boarding 4x4 safari vehicles for an afternoon wildlife safari drive with an expert guide. Keep an eye out for lions, elephants, and buffalos. Transfer back to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, arriving in the early evening. Please note that this activity includes two border crossings between Zimbabwe and Botswana. The ordering of activities are susceptible to change.

Accommodation: Explorers Village Camping (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 21: Victoria Falls
Opt to visit Victoria Falls, go whitewater rafting, or take a helicopter flight over the falls.
Victoria Falls is a great base to see both natural wonders and take part in some exciting activities. Get up close (and wet from the spray) to the awesome Victoria Falls, opt to raft the whitewater of the mighty Zambezi, or bungee jump (with Victoria Falls in sight).
Want to do more with your tour? Pre-book any two of the following activities: Zambezi Whitewater Rafting, Victoria Falls Helicopter Ride, or the Zambezi River Sunset Cruise.
Any optional activities listed on this day can also be booked upon arrival in Victoria Falls.

Optional Activities:
- Victoria Falls Whitewater Rafting
150-160USD per person. Take the opportunity to go whitewater rafting on the Zambezi River while Victoria Falls roars above. Depart in the morning and navigate through the canyon that forms the famous falls. The dramatic rapids will fill you with excitement and complete your experience. Includes a full-day of rafting on class III-V rapids, transfers, and lunch.
Please note: River conditions and activity pricing vary depending on the seasons. High water season is from about February to July. Low water season generally runs from August to January each year - this is when the Zambezi is at its very wildest. The "closed season" is dependent on the season’s rains, and usually is from March to April; during this time rafting on the river is not permitted. Additionally, this activity requires passengers to hike down and up the Batoka Gorge (approx. 45 minutes each way) to access the river; an average level of fitness is required.
This activity price excludes a $10 park entrance fee.

- Zambezi River Sunset Cruise
58USD per person. Climb aboard and cruise along the beautiful Zambezi River. Enjoy some snacks, drinks, a festive atmosphere, and gorgeous views of the sunset. It's the ideal way to end an eventful day in Victoria Falls.

- Victoria Falls Helicopter Ride - 15min
160USD per person. You don't want to miss the opportunity to see Victoria Falls from above. Watch the Zambezi River make its way toward the gorge and form the largest waterfall in the world. During your 15-minute ride, you will have time to take in the incredible views over the falls, Livingstone Island, and Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park while snapping as many pictures as you like. You may be lucky enough to see some giraffes and elephants in the surrounding landscape and even catch a rainbow over the falls. Includes pick-up and drop-off from hotel and a 12-15min flight.
Please note there is a cost for an additional park fee paid for on-site at time of the activity.

- Victoria Falls Visit
Take in the natural splendour of thundering Victoria Falls while viewing the massive falls from the Zimbabwean side.

- Zambezi Bungee Jump
160USD per person. Get the adrenaline pumping with a bungee jump from the Victoria Falls Bridge over the Zambezi River. Hear the rush of Victoria Falls as you enjoy this once in a lifetime experience.

Accommodation: Explorers Village Camping (or similar)

Day 22: Victoria Falls/Kasane
Cross the border from Zimbabwe into Botswana. Opt to take a wildlife viewing boat cruise on the Chobe River or a wildlife safari drive in an open safari vehicle in Chobe National Park.
You will stay over just outside of the park near the town of Kasane. This afternoon, take an optional wildlife safari drive in the park or an afternoon sunset boat cruise along the Chobe River - it's your best opportunity to view hippos, crocodiles, and many elephants wallowing in the water.

Optional Activities:
- Chobe River Sunset Boat Cruise
40USD per person. Get a fantastic perspective of one of Botswana's national parks and its thousands of resident elephants, crocodiles, and hippos on a sunset boat cruise on the Chobe River. Bring a few drinks and a camera, sit back, and enjoy the view.

- Chobe River Drive
Enjoy a drive along routes that overlook this beautiful river. Keep an eye out for the remarkable variety of animals that are drawn to this permanent water source.

- Photo Safari on the Chobe River
130USD per person. The Chobe River is home to incredible wildlife, and there is no better way to spot (and photograph) it. Climb aboard a custom designed boat equipped with mounted DSLR cameras. During this three-hour safari, instructors help you capture the perfect wildlife shots, with chances to spot elephants, hippos, crocodiles, and birds. This tour includes transfers, park fees, refreshments, camera usage (DSLR cameras with zoom lens), 8G photo memory card and an exclusive seat on the eight-seat photo boat.

Accommodation: Thebe River Safaris Camping (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 23: Kasane/Gweta
Opt to do a morning safari drive before travelling south to Gweta. Camp under ancient baobab trees.
When the rain comes, it brings life to the pans, awakening the dormant fish and aquatic shrimps from the mud. The surrounding grasslands also teem with life and are home to many antelope, which attract a wide variety of predators.

Optional Activities:
- Chobe River Drive
Enjoy a drive along routes that overlook this beautiful river. Keep an eye out for the remarkable variety of animals that are drawn to this permanent water source.

Accommodation: Planet Baobab (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 24: Gweta/Maun
Opt to catch a bird's-eye view of the delta on a scenic flight.
Please note: if you have pre-booked the Okavango Delta Flight, today is likely the day for this activity! Your CEO will give you final confirmation when it will take place, as it is subject to change.

Optional Activities:
- Okavango Delta Flight
120USD per person. Get a fresh perspective on the vast wilderness of Africa with a once-in-a-lifetime view only a select few will ever see. Enjoy the hippos in the waterways and elephants and buffalo in the tree line. Gaze at the winding water channels as they make their way through the Delta.

Accommodation: Sedia Riverside Camping (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 25: Maun/Okavango Delta
Enjoy a wildlife walk, a traditional mokoro (dugout canoe) excursion, and birding. After leaving some of our luggage in Maun, we begin our exciting excursion into the delta as we drive about 1-2 hrs (depending on which dock we go to) to the "dock". Here, we hop into a mokoro, a traditional dugout canoe, which will take us deep into the delta. After a couple hours in a mokoro, we arrive to our basic bush camp.
Please note that there will be no shower tonight, as our camp is very basic in the wild - you will be compensated by the incredible landscape and wildlife!
Once we are in Maun, you can pick up any supplies and prepare for our excursion into the Okavango Delta. We recommend you buy a 5 litre bottle of water to take with you into the Delta; this should be sufficient to use for drinking and cleaning purposes.

Included Activity:
- Okavango Delta Excursion
Enjoy wildlife walks and viewing, mokoro trips (occasionally unavailable due to seasonality), and birdwatching in the pristine wilderness area of the Okavango Delta, the world's largest inland delta. In the evening, count the shooting stars, sing with the locals, or simply unwind with a sundowner (cheers!) around the campfire.

Accommodation: Okavango Delta Camping (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 26: Maun/Ghanzi
Visit the Kalahari Desert and meet the local San Bushmen. Enjoy an optional walk to learn survival skills from the locals.
We continue through the western part of Botswana, the heart of the Kalahari, to Ghanzi. Get a glimpse of how the San adapted to the Kalahari Desert. Learn fascinating wilderness survival skills by local Bushmen on an optional Bushman walk.

Optional Activities:
- San/Bushmen Walk
10USD per person. Get a glimpse of how the San tribe adapted to the Kalahari Desert and learn about their fascinating wilderness survival skills. The gatherer life of the San/Bushmen has all but disappeared; there are few remaining who retain the survival skills of their ancient way of life.? During the walk, San/Bushmen guides will share their knowledge on mastering this harsh environment, helping us learn about the botany of our surroundings.

- Traditional San/Bushmen Dancing
10USD per person. Around the campfire at night, you can experience the ancient dance rituals of the San/Bushmen. 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. The dances have changed minimally in the last 20 000 years of San/Bushmen culture. These dances are not only a celebration of life but are also a means of passing on historic folklore from generation to generation.

Accommodation: Ghanzi Trailblazers Camp (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 27: Ghanzi/Windhoek
Opt to explore the city centre of Windhoek after a long drive and a border crossing.

Accommodation: Urban Camp (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 28: Windhoek/Etosha National Park
Visit the supported Penduka Village Restaurant & Shop, just outside of Windhoek, to pick up a tasty packed lunch, then continue up to Etosha National Park. Enjoy a wildlife safari drive in the overland vehicle, then opt to take an open vehicle wildlife safari night drive.

Included Activity:
- Etosha National Park Wildlife Safari Drive (Overland Vehicle)
Set off into the wilds of Etosha National Park in search of a wide variety of wildlife. More than 100 species of mammals call Etosha home, including lions, rhinos, elephants, giraffes, blue wildebeest, springbok, zebra, and hyenas. As for birds, the salt pan attracts pelicans, flamingos, and many other winged wonders. Bring your camera and go wild!

Optional Activities:
- Etosha Open Vehicle Wildlife Safari Drive
660NAD per person. Set off in an open 4x4 safari vehicle with a naturalist guide in search of the stunning wildlife in the park. Wildlife often come to the many watering holes to drink, so keep your eyes peeled for many animals on the move.

Accommodation: Etosha NP Okaukuejo Restcamp (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 29: Etosha National Park
Enjoy a full-day wildlife safari drive in Etosha National Park.

Accommodation: Etosha NP Okaukuejo Restcamp (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 30: Etosha National Park/Damaraland
Morning wildlife safari drive in the overland vehicle. Travel to Damaraland through beautiful desert landscapes.

Optional Activities:
- Prehistoric Rock Engravings Guided Tour
70NAD per person. Step back in time to see prehistoric rock engravings made during the early Stone Age. Their exact origin is uncertain, but these works depicting animals and hunters are probably the work of Bushmen or Nama artists estimated to have lived near Twyfelfontein at least 5,000 years ago. Marvel at the more than 2,500 rock carvings and paintings and understand why this is Namibia's first UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Accommodation: Aba-Huab Camp (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 31: Damaraland/Spitzkoppe
Visit the Damaraland Living Museum to learn more about the lost culture of the Damara people, then travel south and enjoy the granite peaks of Spitzkoppe.
Explore on your own by foot, and be sure to check out the night sky—it's great for star-gazing!
Our basic bush camp will have long-drop toilets and no running water.

Included Activity:
- Damaraland Living Museum
Step into the past and learn about the lost culture of the Damara people at this museum depicting the life and customs of one of the oldest nations in Namibia.

Accommodation: Spitzkoppe Camp (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 32: Spitzkoppe/Swakopmund

Travel through the coastal region to the adrenaline capital of Swakopmund. We will spend two nights in Swakopmund, here you can explore this historical town or try some of the numerous activities available.

Accommodation: Amanpuri Lodge (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 33: Swakopmund
Fill free time with sandboarding, skydiving, quad-biking, or a living desert tour.

Optional Activities:
- Sandboarding in the Namib Desert
400-500NAD per person. Head out into the desert, grab a board, and surf the sand dunes. Choose to lie down headfirst, or stand up, surfer-style.

- Skydiving
2500NAD per person. Buckle up your harness, practice your exit, then take a plane up and over the dunes of the Namib Desert. Take a deep breath, leap out and freefall with an instructor before he opens the parachute. Admire the view over the dunes as you descend and land safely back on the ground. Wow!

- Quad Biking
600NAD per person. Hop on a quad bike and enjoy a guided off-road tour of this desert landscape. Follow a winding 55-60km route across the plains, and through the dune fields. Don't forget to take in the amazing scenery along the way.

- Swakopmund Guided Cultural Tour
400NAD per person. Explore the back streets and local culture on a guided interpretive walk. ???Learn about the history of Swakopmund, its housing and other various topics to get a better understanding of local life. Visit a woman from the Herero ethnic group and also a Nama Medicine Woman, who will host a 'click' lesson in the local Daman language. Finish at a local pub called a 'shebeen' with the opportunity to try the local bush delicacy of Mopani worms and a drink.

- Skeleton Coast Scenic Flight
3500NAD per person. Take in amazing views of bird life, shipwrecks, and one of the largest seal colonies in the world over the northern coastline. On the way back, see the Namibia's highest mountain, Damaraland, and the picturesque Spitzkoppe rock formations from above.

Accommodation: Amanpuri Lodge (or similar)

Day 34: Swakopmund/Namib Desert

Arrive in the area in the afternoon where we will be camping on the edge of the Namib Desert. Opt to walk with a local expert who will explain the desert and its mysteries.

Accommodation: Namib Desert Camp Boesman (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 35: Namib Desert
Explore the Sesriem Canyon, a small canyon typical of the area. Then continue on to the Sossusvlei Dunes and climb up breathtaking Dune 45.
We will leave early morning towards Sossuvlei campsite, where the towering red sand dunes of Sossusvlei form the gateway into the Namib Desert. Here you will really feel as though you’re in the middle of nowhere.
The afternoon is spent exploring the natural wonders of this bizarre environment. Visit Sossusvlei - a clay pan, enclosed by the world’s largest sand dunes, up to 300m (984 ft) high. Here, opt to take a guided walk in the sands dunes, or enjoy some free time to explore on your own.

Included Activity:

- Sesriem Canyon Visit
Enjoy a short stop at Sesriem Canyon, a small canyon typical of the area. The Tsauchab River flows through the canyon every five to ten years, and this creates the nearby salt and clay pan of Sossusvlei.

- Dune 45 Visit
Set off for a climb of the mighty Dune 45. Look out and view the surrounding desert displaying their amazing orange and yellow hues. Magic!

Optional Activities:
- Sossusvlei Desert Walk
10USD per person. Visit Sossusvlei, a clay pan enclosed by the world’s largest sand dunes and enclosing ancient dead trees.

- Namib Desert Walk
30USD per person. Enjoy a walk amongst the dunes, learning about the surrounding Namib Desert as well as the survival strategies of Bushmen who live in the area.

Accommodation: Sossus Oasis Campsite (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 36: Namib Desert/Fish River Canyon
Enjoy the sunset at Fish River Canyon. Journey to Fish River Canyon, the largest canyon in Africa, and arguably the second largest in the world. Spend some time here taking in the majestic beauty of the canyon, watch as a spectacular sunset slips over the canyon's rim.

Included Activity:
- Fish River Canyon Visit at Sunset
Visit Fish River Canyon, the largest canyon in Africa and, arguably, the second largest in the world. Watch as a stunning sunset slips over the canyon's rim in the early evening. We will only have access to the rim, but the views are spectacular.

Accommodation: Hobas Campsite (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 37: Fish River Canyon/Gariep (Orange) River
Head to the border and cross into South Africa. Camp at the scenic Gariep River and opt to go canoeing.
Set up camp on the banks of Gariep River for the night. After, enjoy a late afternoon of swimming, relaxing, or possibly even canoeing on the river.

Optional Activities:
- Canoeing on Orange River
350ZAR per person. Grab a paddle and hop in a canoe. Be sure to wave at the locals from Namibia and South Africa on either side of the river.

- Swimming
Grab your bathing suit and go for a refreshing swim.

Accommodation: Fiddlers Creek Rest Camp (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 38: Orange River/Cederberg
Travel past large plantations of rooibos tea and view dramatic Western Cape scenery. Head south through the Western Cape to the area of the Cederberg Mountains, where we spend the evening camping on a local farm. Explore the area, sip local wine, and sit back and enjoy the dramatic scenery.

Optional Activities:
- Wine Tasting
100ZAR per person. Visit a wine cellar cooperative to taste a selection of local wines. Enjoy the experience while looking out over a beautiful view of South African winelands.

Accommodation: Highlanders Campsite (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 39: Cederberg/Cape Town

Visit the supported !Khwa ttu San Culture and Education Centre, before arriving in vibrant Cape Town. Enjoy beautiful views of Table Mountain, and opt for a final night out with the group.
For our final travel day, journey to the cosmopolitan city of Cape Town. Please note that we arrive in Cape Town in the early afternoon, you might not have time to participate in lengthy activities or see many sights. If you would like to see or do anything, we recommend booking an extra night or two before your return flight home.

Accommodation: Once in Cape Town (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 40: Cape Town
Depart at any time. We highly recommend booking an extra night in Cape Town to explore all that this area has to offer.

Optional Activities:

- Wine Tour and Tasting
750ZAR per person. Take a day trip into the wine lands of South Africa with an expert guide. Visit iconic estates and lesser-visited farms only known to locals, in areas such as Stellenbosch and Paarl. Indulge in tastings and pairings with cheeses, chocolate, and local delicacies such as Biltong (salted meat). Walk through vineyards and cellars for an all encompassing look at wine production, and learn about the history of this region. Gesondheid!

- Boulders Beach Visit
Visit Boulders Beach, a beautiful sandy beach dotted with massive granite boulders. Since 1982 it has been the home of over 3,000 tunnel nesting African Black footed penguins who cling to viability in a small breeding colony that is heavily protected.

- Cape Point National Park Hike
Start at the northernmost point and continue all the way down to False Bay. Cape Point National Park is filled with varied wildlife. Many different kinds of birdlife, from sea birds to giant raptors wheeling overheard, can be easily seen. In the summer months (July- September) keep an eye out for southern right whales out to sea.

- Table Mountain Visit
240ZAR per person. Take the five-minute cable car trip to the top of Table Mountain, 1,085m (3,562ft) above Cape Town, and explore the summit. This is a great spot to sit and soak up the commanding 360-degree views of Cape Town, Table Bay, the peaks of surrounding mountains, and the rest of Table Mountain National Park. The visit up the mountain is weather dependent.
Please note that the cable car is closed every year for a 2 week period between July and August for annual maintenance.

- Table Mountain Hike
550-1400ZAR per person. Hike up one of the world's most recognizable mountains, Table Mountain, along the Platteklip Gorge route. Rise early to meet your guide for a transfer to the start of the hike. Wind your way up the front of the mountain, stopping regularly to take in the surrounding views of the city and Table Bay. Take note of the changing vegetation up the mountain - a highlight of this trek. Once reaching the summit there are stunning panoramic views. Make your way down to the base of the mountain via the cable way. Ascent: 700m (2,297 ft), Descent: 700m (2,297 ft)

- Two Oceans Aquarium
135ZAR per person. Stay dry while exploring the incredible diversity of marine life that dwells in and around the Indian and Atlantic Oceans.

Meals: Breakfast
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    • Mo, 15.07.2019 - Fr, 23.08.2019 Freie Plätze Start garantiert 4.399 € anfragen buchen
  • August 2019

    • Mo, 05.08.2019 - Fr, 13.09.2019 Freie Plätze Start garantiert 4.399 € anfragen buchen
    • Mo, 26.08.2019 - Fr, 04.10.2019 Freie Plätze Start garantiert 4.399 € anfragen buchen
  • September 2019

    • Mo, 23.09.2019 - Fr, 01.11.2019 Freie Plätze Start garantiert 4.399 € anfragen buchen
  • Oktober 2019

    • Mo, 14.10.2019 - Fr, 22.11.2019 Freie Plätze Start garantiert 4.259 € anfragen buchen
  • Dezember 2019

    • Mo, 09.12.2019 - Fr, 17.01.2020 Freie Plätze Start garantiert 4.259 € anfragen buchen
    • Mo, 16.12.2019 - Fr, 24.01.2020 Freie Plätze Start garantiert 4.259 € anfragen buchen
    • Mo, 30.12.2019 - Fr, 07.02.2020 Freie Plätze Start garantiert 4.259 € anfragen buchen
Mithilfe
Mithilfe ist essenzieller Bestandteil eurer Safari. Ihr werdet in der Regel in kleinere Gruppen aufgeteilt und mit täglich wechselnden Aufgaben betreut, darunter beispielsweise Kochen oder Saubermachen. Bei dieser Tour seid nicht nur Zuschauer, sondern ein aktives Mitglied der Gruppe.

Kombireise
Diese Tour setzt sich aus verschiedenen Tourabschnitten zusammen, daher kann sich die Gruppenzusammensetzung und Reiseleitung während der Tour ändern.

Teilnehmer
Diese Tour ist konzipiert für Reisende zwischen 18-39, die gerne mit anderen Travellern in einer kleinen internationalen Reisegruppe und ganz viel Spass & Freiheit die Welt entdecken möchten.