Your journey starts in Cape Town. Experience breath-taking sand dunes in Sossusvlei and continue to Etosha for wonderful game viewing. Practice your wildlife spotting in the outstanding Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park in Botswana, before ending your safari at Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.

Day 1: Cape Town

On arrival in Cape Town, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. You have the remainder of the day at leisure to explore the city. This evening you will meet your guide and the rest of the group for your pre-departure meeting at 18h00.

Day 2: Cape Town

This morning you will be collected and taken by cable car, up the legendary Table Mountain for spectacular views of the Mother City and the surrounding peninsula (weather dependent). Back to the city, you will join a half day scheduled walking city tour and the Company Gardens, Greenmarket Square, the SA Museum and colourful and picturesque Malay Quarter known Bo-Kaap. We also suggest a visit to the V&A Waterfront, situated in the heart of Cape Town’s working harbour, offering an abundance of indoor shopping and entertainment.

Day 3: Cape Town

Today you will join a scheduled Cape Peninsular tour, where you will explore the Cape Peninsula. Travelling along the Atlantic Seaboard via Sea Point, Clifton and Camps Bay, you will stop at Maiden Cove look-out point before continuing to Hout Bay. You’ll carry on over Chapman’s Peak, one of the world’s most breath-taking coastal drives, to Cape Point and the Good Hope Nature Reserve. In the afternoon you will travel on to Simon’s Town, a village with charming Victorian architecture, a naval base and a large penguin colony at the beautiful Boulders Beach. Kindly note the reserve entrance fee at Boulders Beach carries an additional cost.

Day 4: Swakopmund

After breakfast, you will be transferred to Cape Town International Airport, where you board your flight to Walvis Bay. Here you will be transferred to your accommodation in Swakopmund and spend afternoon at leisure to partake in optional activities or alternatively just soak up the atmosphere of this little quaint German town and enjoy its beauty and beaches.

Day 5 - 6: Sesriem

Moving inland we make our way towards the Namib Naukluft National Park, where we meet the rest of the group. The next morning, we need to wake up early to visit the world’s highest sand dunes at Sossusvlei and Deadvlei. These dunes, which can reach heights of over 300 m, are absolutely spectacular and provide for a fantastic photo opportunity. With luck, there may even be water in the vlei (lake). We also stop to view the Sesriem Canyon, which was carved millions of years ago by the Tsauchab River.

Day 7: Swakopmund

The day is spent driving through the Namib Naukluft National Park on our way to Swakopmund.  The Namib-Naukluft Desert is an ancient land with an ageless spirit. It is home to some of the rarest plant and animal species in the world and sightings of this flora and fauna on a Namibian safari are a must. The animals of this harsh landscape include the oryx, springbok and Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra. We arrive into the charming coastal town of Swakopmund, an oasis set between the expanse of the desert and the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean.

Day 8: Swakopmund

Today is spent at leisure to partake in optional activities or alternatively just soak up the atmosphere of this little quaint German town and enjoy its beauty and beaches.

Day 9: Omaruru

Leaving the cold Atlantic coastline behind us, we then head inland across the desert plains to Spitzkoppe, an iconic group of curved granite mountains with vivid colours. After a walk amongst the boulders to view the ancient Bushmen paintings and engravings, we continue on to the town of Omaruru where we overnight. In the afternoon we will stop at local distillery and small wine cellar in Omaruru to taste some of its home-grown produce. Once a mission station, the settlement has great historic significance and has evolved into an artistic hub for local crafts and small industries.

Day 10: Kamanjab

On our journey today we then head off towards Kamanjab where we explore a Himba village in the afternoon. This will be a journey of culture exchange, learning and understanding the ways of the last traditional tribe in Namibia, the Ova-Himba.

Day 11: Etosha

After our cultural experience in Kamanjab, we head to Etosha National Park. Etosha Game Park was declared a National Park in 1907 and it is home to approx. 114 mammal species, 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species and, surprisingly, one species of fish.

Day 12: Etosha

We fill the day with game drives in the hopes of spotting lion, leopard, elephant and rhino as well as cheetah, giraffe, zebra and the numerous different types of antelope the park has to offer. Our nights are spent at the flood lit waterholes encountering the park’s various nocturnal animals as they come to drink.

Day 13: Etosha

Another day spent exploring Etosha National Park on game drives.  We move to Namutoni Restcamp tonight.

Day 14: Kavango

Our journey continues east as we drive along the Caprivi Strip to the town of Rundu. We make our way to Kaisosi River Lodge and spend a relaxing afternoon at our lodge on the banks of the Kavango River. Optional activities such as a visit to the Mbunza Living Museum, a traditional cultural school and communal business for the local Kavango people, or a sunset cruise are available. Alternatively just relax by the pool with a sundowner listening to the sounds of Mother Nature.

Day 15 - 16: Okavango

We leave Namibia for Etsha13, on the western border of the Okavango Delta in Botswana. Unlike other deltas, it flows into the Kalahari Desert without reaching the coast, which makes it unique. The next day is spent exploring the network of water pathways floating through thick vegetation in mokoros (traditional dugout canoes), discovering a variety of birds and wildlife. We stop at a secluded island to take a 1½ hour guided walk hoping to spot elephants, waterbuck or other animals living in this water filled paradise.

Day 17: Kwando River

Leaving Botswana, we drive up the western border of the Okavango Delta before crossing back into Namibia and driving through the Caprivi to our camp on the banks of the Kwando River. Enroute to camp you will go on a game drive to the Mahangu National Park which is rich in fauna and flora. In the park you have the chance of spotting game such as sable and roan, elephants, hippos, buffalos, and many types of antelope. For bird watchers the Mahangu National Park offers more than 420 different bird species.

Day 18: Chobe

This morning we head along the Caprivi and cross the border back into Botswana to Kasane, the gateway to the Chobe National Park, which is the second largest national park in Botswana covering 10,566 km2. After settling in to our lodge, you will have the remainder of the day at leisure or to partake in optional activities.

Day 19: Chobe

We rise early for a morning game drive in the Chobe National Park, which has one of the greatest concentrations of elephant found on the African continent. In the afternoon we go on a cruise on the Chobe River, a truly unforgettable experience and one of the best ways to view the wildlife and the spectacular sunset.

Day 20: Victoria Falls

Continuing our trip we leave Botswana and drive to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. Your guide will take you on a tour of the mighty Victoria Falls, known by the local Kololo tribe as Mosi oa Tunya- “the Smoke that thunders”. We will make our way to the Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust I1 hour visit to this high-care laboratory and research facility. Witness their passion and commitment to wildlife rescue and rehabilitation. In the afternoon we have a relaxing sunset cruise on the mighty Zambezi River, basking in the afterglow of the day. The rest of the day may be spent at leisure or partaking in one of the many activities on offer (at own expense).

Departure Day

Our safari ends after breakfast, when you will be transferred to Victoria Falls Airport. We hope to welcome you again one day on another of our African adventures.

Start Date:End Date:Price Sharing:Single Add:Park Fees:
18 Jan 202107 Feb 2021 USD $4685 USD $1135 USD $200
01 Feb 202121 Feb 2021 USD $4685 USD $1135 USD $200
15 Feb 202107 Mar 2021 USD $4685 USD $1135 USD $200
08 Mar 202128 Mar 2021 USD $4685 USD $1135 USD $200
06 Apr 202126 Apr 2021 USD $4685 USD $1135 USD $200
16 May 202105 Jun 2021 USD $4685 USD $1135 USD $200
07 Jun 202127 Jun 2021 USD $4685 USD $1135 USD $200
04 Jul 202124 Jul 2021 USD $4685 USD $1135 USD $200
26 Jul 202115 Aug 2021 USD $4685 USD $1135 USD $200
24 Aug 202113 Sep 2021 USD $5030 USD $1150 USD $220
08 Sep 202128 Sep 2021 USD $5030 USD $1150 USD $220
11 Sep 202101 Oct 2021 USD $5030 USD $1150 USD $220
05 Oct 202125 Oct 2021 USD $5030 USD $1150 USD $220
12 Oct 202101 Nov 2021 USD $5030 USD $1150 USD $220
15 Nov 202105 Dec 2021 USD $5030 USD $1150 USD $220
14 Dec 202103 Jan 2022 USD $5030 USD $1150 USD $220

Price Includes:

Accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary, all transport in appropriate vehicle, game drives as mentioned, meals and activities as mentioned in itinerary, park entrance fees, experienced local guide.

Price Excludes:

Flights, airport taxes, visa costs, all lunches & dinners where not specified, optional excursions, drinks, mineral water, gratuities and personal expenses.

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Covid-19 Flexible Booking – Jenman Safaris

Discount Information: COVID-19 Flexible Policy
Conditions: Book with confidence!
This trip features flexible COVID19 cancelation terms that can allow for a full future travel credit up to 30 days before your trip departure date should you experience COVID19 related travel issues.
You will be covered by this policy should one or more of the following conditions apply:
• The World Health Organization has not revised the Pandemic status.
• The government in the guest’s country of residence restricts all but essential travel.
• The destinations the guest is travelling to are under official government sanctioned lockdown that prohibits guest from traveling.
• If some but not all of the destinations are impacted the guest will be offered the option to re-route into other destinations, refunded or held as a credit according to the revised policy.
• The destinations have no formal lock-down but have closed their border either to international travellers or to travellers from the guest’s country of residence.
• International flights are cancelled with no alternative routing available for guest to use to reach the destinations in the itinerary.
• A mandatory quarantine period is imposed by your destination(s), or on return to the guest’s country of residence.
• If the guest has contracted COVID-19, and is in quarantine or under medical treatment, up to 48 hours prior to travel.
• If the guest has been subject to contact tracing and has been asked to self-isolate by officials for a period which extends into their travel plans.
• Supportive documentation to one of the conditions above may be required in order to process your refund.
Please note this policy does not apply in the event a client does not feel comfortable traveling in the absence of any of the above conditions.
This policy applies to new bookings only.

Covid-19 Flexible Booking – Jenman Safaris

Discount Information: COVID-19 Flexible Policy
Conditions: Book with confidence!
This trip features flexible COVID19 cancelation terms that can allow for a full future travel credit up to 30 days before your trip departure date should you experience COVID19 related travel issues.
You will be covered by this policy should one or more of the following conditions apply:
• The World Health Organization has not revised the Pandemic status.
• The government in the guest’s country of residence restricts all but essential travel.
• The destinations the guest is travelling to are under official government sanctioned lockdown that prohibits guest from traveling.
• If some but not all of the destinations are impacted the guest will be offered the option to re-route into other destinations, refunded or held as a credit according to the revised policy.
• The destinations have no formal lock-down but have closed their border either to international travellers or to travellers from the guest’s country of residence.
• International flights are cancelled with no alternative routing available for guest to use to reach the destinations in the itinerary.
• A mandatory quarantine period is imposed by your destination(s), or on return to the guest’s country of residence.
• If the guest has contracted COVID-19, and is in quarantine or under medical treatment, up to 48 hours prior to travel.
• If the guest has been subject to contact tracing and has been asked to self-isolate by officials for a period which extends into their travel plans.
• Supportive documentation to one of the conditions above may be required in order to process your refund.
Please note this policy does not apply in the event a client does not feel comfortable traveling in the absence of any of the above conditions.
This policy applies to new bookings only.