Great Trans – African Lodge Safari – 21 days



Spend 3 weeks exploring Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe, experiencing the wildlife, culture and scenery only Africa can deliver. From marvelling at the Victoria Falls to the breathtaking magnitude of Namibia’s dunes and big game encounters – this tour combines all the comforts of lodge accommodation with an unforgettable safari experience.

Country(s): Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe
Duration: 2 – 3 weeks
Type: Small Group Lodge Safaris

This is a small-group guided trans-African lodge safari through Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe.  The tour starts in Windhoek and ends in Victoria Falls. 21 days of great game viewing and culture with an Okavango Delta safari. Park fees and all accommodation included.


This is the cultural, social, political and economic capital city of Namibia. Windhoek was found almost right in the centre of the country making it a perfect entry point for visitors with a well-serviced international airport. The city is impressively clean and calm for a capital and it’s a good place to get your bearings before venturing further into Namibia on your safari. Beer lovers are in for a treat as there are many good breweries and German style pubs.

Home to towering red sand dunes that are the highest in the world Sossusvlei is always a highlight of any vacation to Namibia. Deep in the heart of the Namib Desert the area is fed by a river called the Tsuachab River – and the towering dunes actually prevent the entire pathway of this river. It only flows through Sossusvlei every 5 to 10 years, making it a rare sight to see. The Sossusvlei dunes are about 60km from the Sesriem gate which takes you into the Namib Nauklut National Park. At just under 50 000 sq km – this is the largest park in Africa!

Swakopmund is a coastal city in Namibia with a very strong German heritage, it’s sandy beaches face the Atlantic Ocean. The city’s colonial landmarks include the Swakopmund lighthouse and the Mole (an old sea wall). It is the adventure center of Namibia with many operators offering a wide range of activities from sandboarding to quad bike rides.

Etosha means ‘huge white area’ or ‘place of dry water’, and the National Park certainly lives up to this description! The massive salt pan can be seen from space. Its a big park with big elephants – the biggest in Africa. We will do a number of game drives and safaris whilst in Etosha.

The largest national park in Africa! On our Namibia Trans-African Lodge safari, you’ll be able to journey deep into the Namib-Naukluft National Park, the land of bright gold and magical red sand dunes. The Namib Desert which makes up a large part of the park is a truly fascinating place to visit on your safari in Namibia.

The unique system of waterways which is known as the Okavango Delta in the Republic of Botswana is a large wetland area surrounded by the Kalahari desert. Thousands of years ago tectonic activity and faulting interrupted the flow of the river causing it to backup and form this unique ecosystem of waterways and countless islands. Its a haven for wildlife and you will explore this wonderland by mokoro dugout canoes.

It has become a special Botswana safari stop, and one of the flattest places on earth! The Makgadikgadi Pans is an area visited more for its solitude than big Africa game. But as the rain arrives, herds of zebra, wildebeest and other antelope make their way northwards to the Nxai Pan. Its the second largest migration in Africa after Tanzania and as the herds move they are followed closely by the migration of predators, such as lion, cheetah and hyena.

Chobe National Park is one of the best known parks in Africa and famous for its massive elephant herds. We go on safari in this pristine wilderness by boat and by vehicle. There’s some of the best game viewing in Africa to enjoy at Chobe. The park is the most biologically diverse in Botswana and is also well known for its elephant-eating lions. They hunt and kill elephant calves and sometimes even sub adults!

Hwange boasts Africa’s big five and there are plenty of them in the park. There are literally thousands of buffalos and elephant to see. Lion sightings are common and you may be lucky enough to spot an elusive leopard on a night drive in Hwange.  There are a number of flat pans scattered throughout the park and these assist dry season game viewing immensely. Just two hours from Vic Falls makes the park easily accessible on your Zimbabwe safari.

More than five million cubic meters of water plunges into the gorge below the Victoria Falls. At almost 2 kilometers wide and 100 meters high this is a spectacle to witness and is a once in a lifetime destination.  You will enjoy panoramic views from the various vantage points and your hotel is situated within walking distance of the falls. The perfect end to your Namibia and Botswana safari at Vic Falls.

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