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 
Flight - 1 night

Wild Namibia

Wilderness, woodlands and wildlife are the backdrop for this superb safari, from Namibia’s famous National Parks to its lush, less travelled Caprivi 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 Caprivi 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.

Key Features

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

Day 1 Fly overnight from London Heathrow via Johannesburg to Windhoek.

Day 2 Transfer to Kifaru Luxury Tented Lodge for two nights, a natural idyll enhanced by its ethos of eco-tourism. Afternoon at leisure. (D)

Day 3 Morning Rhino Tracking to introduce you to the protected wildlife of the reserve, where rhinos are the focus of conservation projects. Afternoon at leisure or optional activities can be booked locally. (B, D)

Day 4 Travel to the southern gate of Etosha National Park, and traverse through the park on a game drive to Etosha King Nehale Lodge for two nights. (B, D)

Day 5 Morning Game drive through the park in open game drive vehicles. Afternoon Game drive to the private waterhole of King Nehale Lodge situated in the Etosha National Park. (B, D)

Day 6 A 4-hour road trip to Rundu marks your entry to the long pan-handle of the lush Caprivi Strip. Take to the water for an afternoon cruise on the Okavango, sharing the river with hippos and crocodiles. Overnight at Taranga Safari Lodge. (B, D)

Day 7 Continue eastward to Mahango National Park, where wetlands and riverine forests give refuge to water-loving species which could not survive elsewhere in Namibia. A sundowner river cruise makes a leisurely end to the day. Two nights at Shametu River Lodge. (B, D)

Day 8 A morning game drive within Mahango, perhaps spotting cranes, kingfishers and African fish eagles among the myriad birdlife; and buffalo, wildebeest and impala on the plains. Afternoon visit to Popa Falls on the Okavango River, where rocky rapids form a series of cascades. (B, D)

Day 9 Visit a traditional village and enter Bwabwata National Park, its broad savannah, lily- studded wetlands, and ancient Kalahari woodland lining the riverbanks. Afternoon boat cruise on the Kwando River. Two nights at Nkasa Lupala Lodge. (B, D)

Day 10 Morning Game Drive with the Lodge in the Nkasa Lupala National Park and Wuparo Conservancy.  Afternoon we undertake a relaxing cruise through the Kwando-Linyanti system. (B, D)

Day 11 Travel (3 hours) to Chobe, Botswana’s first National Park; considered to be one of Africa’s great wildlife parks for its concentration of game and unrivalled population of elephants. Afternoon at leisure. Two nights at Chobe Safari Lodge (B, D)

Day 12 Spread around the banks of the Chobe River, the park’s floodplains and mahogany forests are home to waterbuck, zebra herds and 450 species of birds. An early morning, open-vehicle game drive is followed by an afternoon river cruise. (B, D)

Day 13 The last leg of this awe-inspiring safari takes you to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Zambezi River’s 110m high cataract which forms the fantastic Victoria Falls. Two nights at the 5-star Victoria Falls Hotel, a member of the exclusive ‘Leading Hotels of the World’. (B)

Day 14 More evocatively known as Mosi-oa-Tunya – ‘the smoke that thunders’, this is the widest cascade of water on earth; its constant spray creating a thriving rainforest. With a morning guided walk of the Falls and a sunset Zambezi River cruise, there is also a bird’s-eye-view option of a helicopter flight (12 minutes, £150). (B)

Day 15 Transfer to Victoria Falls airport for your overnight return flight to London via Johannesburg. (B)

Day 16 Arrive London Heathrow.

  • B - Breakfast
  • L - Lunch
  • D - Dinner


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 open-top option exclusive to Jules Verne for a maximum of 6 guests (Windhoek to Chobe)


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


per person in a twin/double room
Lufthansa/Airlink from Heathrow

Date Price
August 19 £6145
September 16 £6145
October 21 £6195
November 11 £6295

Supplements per person

Single Supplement

Single supplement £695

Optional Excursions

Helicopter flight over Victoria Falls £150

Extension Options

Extension – Hwange
2 nights £395
Single supplement £125

Extra nights – Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls Hotel
(per night) £245
Single supplement £195
Departure transfer add £20

Privately Guided

Add £995 per person

Tour Only

Save £900
Arrival transfer add £145
Departure transfer add £20

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.

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