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Wild Namibia

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Wilderness, woodlands and wildlife are the backdrop for this superb safari, from Namibia’s famous National Parks to its lush, less travelled Zambezi strip, to huge herds of elephants by Botswana’s Chobe River, and the fabulous finale of Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls

Wildlife-watching by road, river and rough tracks, and bringing a whole new perspective to Namibian discovery, this eye-opening journey begins in the 13,000 hectares of wilderness of Kifaru Reserve. A private retreat, committed to rhino conservation, its name means ‘Rhino’ in Swahili – and the conservation of these critically endangered animals is at the heart of the Kifaru ethos.

With everything from lions and leopards to rhinos and flocks of flamingos, Etosha National Park boasts birds and beasts in abundance. And then the road takes you to the incomparable Zambezi strip. Now known as the Zambezi region, this is Namibia’s remote northern reaches, running eastward to, and beyond, the Botswana border; where flood plains and waterfalls punctuate the snaking flows of the Kwando and Okavango rivers; hippos and crocs rendezvous at Rundu; Mahango is home to magnificent baobabs; and the region is renowned for its birdlife, with clustered colonies of carmine bee-eaters among the 500+ indigenous and migratory species

Claiming the world’s largest population of elephants, the award-winning Chobe National Park is known as ‘the land of giants’ – and is aptly followed on this tour by a giant among natural wonders, the breathtaking cascade of Victoria Falls.

Overview

  • Flight  - 1 night
  • Outjo  - 2 nights
  • Etosha National Park  - 2 nights
  • Rundu  - 1 night
  • Mahango National Park  - 2 nights
  • Kwando River  - 2 nights
  • Chobe National Park  - 2 nights
  • Victoria Falls  - 2 nights
  • Return flight  - 1 night
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Tour Highlights

  • Wildlife & Natural Wonders
  • Jules Verne Sightseeing
  • 5-Star Historic Hotels
  • Local Expert Guides 

Wilderness, woodlands and wildlife are the backdrop for this superb safari, from Namibia’s famous National Parks to its lush, less travelled Zambezi strip, to huge herds of elephants by Botswana’s Chobe River, and the fabulous finale of Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls

Notes:

The group is led by a driver/guide and while distances are long, road conditions are a little bumpy and dusty but generally good.

Travel and game drives by 4x4 land cruiser with an open-top option exclusive to Jules Verne for a maximum of 6 guests (Windhoek to Chobe).

Accommodation

Kifaru Luxury Tented Lodge - Outjo

An idyllic retreat at a protected reserve with a prolific number of species and rhino conservation project. Restaurant, bar, pool, WiFi (free). 6 air-conditioned rooms with balcony, hairdryer, safe, mini-fridge and tea/coffee making facilities.

Etosha King Nehale - Etosha National Park

Strikingly set on the Andoni plains, one kilometre from Etosha National Park’s King Nehale gate and with its private access to a secluded waterhole reserved for Etosha King Nehale guests. Restaurants, bar, pool and WiFi (free). 40 air-conditioned rooms with private plunge pool, hairdryer, safe and tea/coffee making facilities.

Taranga Safari Lodge - Rundu

Located in Rundu, this bush camp is perched on the edge of the Okavango River, situated on stilts amongst tall riverine trees creating great vantage points to experience the sights and sounds of the African bush and views across the river. Restaurant, bar, pool, WiFi (free) and 8 air-conditioned chalets with private wooden deck.

Shametu River Lodge - Mahango Reserve

Located on the Okavango river, below the Popa rapids offering stunning views of the rapids. Restaurant, bar, pool and 15 tented rooms with balcony and tea/coffee making facilities.

Namushasha River Lodge - Kwando River

Namushasha River Lodge is situated on the banks of the Kwando River in eastern Zambezi strip and in close proximity of Mudumu National Park. Restaurant, bar, pool, WiFi (free) and 24 chalets with safe and hairdryer.

Chobe Safari Lodge - Chobe National Park

Chobe Safari Lodge is situated in Kasane on the banks of the Chobe River, adjoining and sharing facilities with Chobe Bush Lodge. Restaurant, bar, pool and 76 air-conditioned rooms with safe and satellite TV.

Victoria Falls Hotel - Victoria Falls

One of the world’s great hotels, known as ‘The Grand Old Lady of the Falls’ and a member of the exclusive ‘Leading Hotels of the World’, this 5-star hotel is steeped in history and tradition. Fine dining and casual restaurants, afternoon teas on the terrace, pool and gardens, a short walk to the falls and WiFi (free). 161 air-conditioned rooms with hairdryer, safe and satellite TV.
Notes:

On occasion, alternative hotels/lodges on the same standard may be substituted.

Extension Options

Hwange Extension

Stay inside Hwange National Park at Hwange Safari Lodge overlooking a waterhole. Includes game drive, meals and drinks. The largest and most prolific game reserve in Zimbabwe. Hwange is a few hours drive from Victoria Falls. It boasts a variety of landscapes and wildlife such as lion, elephant, giraffe, wildebeest and numerous bird species.

Hwange Safari Lodge - Hwange National Park

An older style, 3-star lodge. Restaurant, bar, pool, shop and WiFi (free). 100 air-conditioned rooms with views of the pool, the savannah or the watering hole. All rooms have private facilities, mosquito nets, hairdryer, fan and tea/coffee making facilities. Includes half board and a game drive each day. Upgraded accommodation will receive a suite room.

Extra Nights

Stay in Victoria Falls before flying back to the UK

Extra nights are on request, please call to discuss your requirements

Victoria Falls Hotel (per night) £295
Single supplement £240
Departure transfer add £20

Victoria Falls Hotel - Victoria Falls

One of the world’s great hotels, known as ‘The Grand Old Lady of the Falls’ and a member of the exclusive ‘Leading Hotels of the World’, this 5-star hotel is steeped in history and tradition. Fine dining and casual restaurants, afternoon teas on the terrace, pool and gardens, a short walk to the falls and WiFi (free). 161 air-conditioned rooms with hairdryer, safe and satellite TV.

Departures & Prices

per person in a twin/double room
British Airways from Heathrow

September
September 7 (Saturday)
  • 4 Places Remaining
  • Spring Sale

Was £8695

£ 8395

November
November 9 (Saturday)
  • 4 Places Remaining
Price Includes:

Air travel and taxes, transfers, 13 nights’ accommodation, breakfast daily, 11 dinners, itinerary as described, services of driver/guide and local representatives. If our specially negotiated airfares are unavailable at the time of booking, a supplement may apply.

Not Included:

Travel insurance, overseas airport taxes, optional excursions, visa procurement, tipping, any government taxes or compulsory charges introduced after publication.

Supplements per person

Single Supplement
  • 2024: Sep, Nov
  • £1195
  • 2025: Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov
  • £1145
Privately Guided
  • Privately guided options available, £995 per person (based on 2 people)
  • On request, please call
Tour Only
  • Arrival transfer
  • £185
  • Departure transfer
  • £20
Extension Options
  • Hwange Extension - Wild Namibia (2 nights)
  • 2024: Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
  • £895
  • 2025: Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov
  • £945
  • Single Supplement
  • 2024: Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
  • £175
  • 2025: Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov
  • £185

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