Etosha, Namib Desert, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Windhoek
15 Days

Important Information

Namibia is a destination unlike any other in Africa. With its almost otherworldly dune landscapes, ancient deserts and incredible game viewing opportunities, Namibia is the ultimate African road trip destination for intrepid explorers.

COST & VALIDITY From ZAR 40 640.00
1st March 2021 – 31st October 2021
WHAT TO BRING Comfortable shoes
Warm jackets
Sunhat and sunglasses
Sun cream
Personal belongings
Personal medication
IMPORTANT NOTE  Namibia emergency number: +264 81 127 0564
INCLUDED 14 x Breakfast, 4 x Lunch and 12 x Dinner
Air-Conditionered Rooms/Chalets at Lodges and Hotel
Wine Tour and Tasting with Lunch at Erongo Mountain Winery
Exclusive Sundowner at Waterberg
All camping equipment supplied (Tents, Stretchers, Bedding, Camp Shower, Camp Toilet, Tables and Chairs, Towels, 3 Meals Daily.)
Full Day Excursion in and around Walvis Bay and Swakopmund:  Pelican Point Kayaking Morning Activity, Afternoon Dune Buggy Driving Excursion Namib Desert Coastal Dunes
Evening Sundowner on the Dunes with Wine, Sparkling Wine, Namibian Beers, Soft Drinks & Snacks
All Namib Naukluft Park, Sossusvlei/Sesriem and Etosha National Park Entrance Fees
2% Tourism Levy
15% VAT
NOT INCLUDED Meals not stated as Included in the itinerary
All beverages are for own account, with the following exceptions: Erongo Winery Tasting (7 Products), Swakopmund Dunes Sundowner Activity
All Flights plus Visa Fees if required
Entrance fees and excursions not stated as included in itinerary
Expenses of a personal nature
Travel insurance

Please note

Over two-thirds of Namibian roads are gravel. We recommend renting a 4×4. Because Windhoek – where most rental car companies are situated – is 45 km to the west of Hosea Kutako International Airport, you will need to arrange a transfer from the airport to Windhoek with your rental car company. Alternatively, please speak to us and we will arrange a rental car and transfer for you. Rates on request.


Day 1

Meet-and-Greet at Hosea Kutako International Airport – Windhoek Outskirts ( 40 km)

On arrival at the Hosea Kutako International Airport situated just 40 kms outside Windhoek, you are met by your English-speaking Transfer Service before you proceed on the short journey to the Rental Vehicle Depot.
At the Depot you will receive a comprehensive vehicle handover with safety and operating instructions.

Thereafter you set off on the first leg of your Namibian Safari, heading towards the mountain encircled City of Windhoek and turning off to your Lodge for the first night’s stay just outside the city limits. You are almost certain to see a variety of bird and wildlife on this short jurney already!

Arrive at the lodge, check in and relax after your long flight. Your comfortable and cool rooms, the vast deck, pool area and bar plus the spacious indoor lounge all offer space to rejuvenate and a truly incredible view. On three sides there are mountains and valleys, while the distant mountains in the west flank the city limits. At night, the city lights twinkling in the distance will compete with the bright night sky abve Windhoek – even above the largest city in the country, the stars are clearly visible and a truly awesome sight to behold.

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast, River Crossing Lodge


Day 2

Windhoek – Omaruru – Waterberg Region ( 350 km)

Following your first night in Namibia, wake up to enjoy a delicious, leisurely breakfast in the cool morning. Thereafter you bid your friendly hosts farewell and set off on your journey.
Travel through the historically significant town of Okahandja, and then on until you reach Wilhelmstal and the turn-off towards the north-west. 67 km along a gravel road you will reach Omaruru, where a superb treat awaits you at the Erongo Mountain Winery. An informative Wine Tour and Tasting is complimented by a light lunch at „The Jewel“ famed Gourmet Restaurant.
Travel on thereafter, sated by your delicious and interesting experience, until shortly outside Otjiwarongo you turn off towards the Waterberg Region. Not too far along this scenic route (28 km) you will reach the Lodge, located on a hill overlooking the wide valley and the red cliffs of the Waterberg Plateau. Check in and relax whilst you observe the panoramic view and enjoy the sounds of the African bush all around you.

In the late afternoon and accompanied by a Guide, you are driven to a secluded spot with a wonderful view, where you will enjoy an exclusive sundowner experience – what better way to celebrate Namibia than this! Finally you return to the lodge for dinner and another night under starry Namibian skies.

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast, Waterberg Valley Lodge


Day 3

Waterberg Region – Etosha National Park Region West( 240 km)

Sleep on peacefully this morning, until the birdsong awakens you and the sunshine lures you outdoors. Breakfast can be enjoyed at leisure, as the journey today is not far – travelling via Otjiwarongo and Outjo, you will reach your next destination around midday, the renowned Etosha National Park Region.
Check-in at your beautiful, comfortable Lodge built around lucious green gardens and offering an extraordinary contrast to the bush savannah of this area. You can remain and relax at the Lodge, or undertake an optional excursion (Park Entrance on this day is optional and fees are not included,) in the form of a short journey into the Etosha National Park for the afternoon: take a while to observe the game from your Vehicle, or from the comfortable shady benches overlooking the Okaukuejo Camp waterhole. Leave the Park before sunset and spend the early evening at leisure, enjoying a swim in the cool sparkling pool or drinking sundowners as you watch the sun sink in the west.

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast, Toshari Lodge


Day 4

Etosha National Park Region West

After breakfast you board your vehicle once more and journey into the Etosha National Park, travelling as far you wish through the vast Park. Marvel at the vastly differing landscape and vegetative areas you will travel through, with the variety of fascinating wildlife that inhabits each area as observed from your vehicle.

The Etosha National Park, consisting of 22 270 sq km of saline desert, savannah and woodlands, is one of the largest parks in Africa. Its definitive feature is the Etosha Pan, a vast, shallow depression of approximately 5000 sq km. For the greater part of the year, the pan is a bleak expanse of white cracked mud which shimmers with mirages on most days. Seeing vast herds of game with this eerie „great white place of dry water“ as a backdrop makes the Etosha experience unique. Approximately 114 mammal species are found in the park, including several rare and endangered animals such as black rhino and black-faced impala. Many bird species occur in the park too, of which approximately one third are migratory, including the European bee-eater and several species of waders.

Lunch can be enjoyed en-route in the form of a hearty Lunch Pack picnic ordered from the Lodge before departure, or at one of the Camps restaurants. Follow up with a cooling swim in the pool before you exit the Park and return to your comfortable and welcoming Lodge.

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast, Toshari Lodge

5, 6, 7 & 8

Day 5 - 8

Days 5, 6, 7 & 8: Guided Wild Camping Safari „Off the Beaten Track“ (Total for 4 days 700 km)

o Day 5: Drive to Outjo where you will meet your Guide. He will install a 2-Way Radio in your vehicle before you set off, following your Guide in his own vehicle equipped with everything you will need for the next four days. In the early afternoon you reach the beautifully maintained Ongongo Hot Springs Camp Site. Here, each secluded site offers hot showers and a private ablution block in a wonderful setting next to Hot Springs, a picturesque waterfall and natural rock swimming pool.

o Day 6: Break up camp, load the Guide vehicle and your luggage, then depart from Ongongo and
travel towards Twyfelfontein. Journey through wild, ever-changing landscapes which offer unequalled views stretching to the horizon in every direction. Set up your wild camp in this region and enjoy nature, solitude and surprising comfort in a truly unique and exceptional setting.

o Day 7: Breakfast precedes your departure, along a route where you search for the elusive and
renowned Desert Elephants and Lions. In the afternoon you once again set up a wild camp in the Gai-As area of Namibia’s Desolation Valley.

o Day 8: Depart from your wild camp site and travel on to the coastal Dorob National Park. Stop on a wild and windswept beach to see the wreck of the Zelia, where history hangs from the broken beams and the desolate, rusted hull. Finally, you continue your journey until you reach Swakopmund where you bid farewell to your Guide, he builds out the radios and returns to his home in Walvis Bay. Check in to your luxurious hotel on the beachfront and relax in cool comfort, following a dusty day on sun-baked sandy roads and the windy beach.
Dinner can be enjoyed at any of the in-house Restaurants.

3 Nights Full Board excluding Drinks

Bed and Breakfast, Strand Hotel Swakopmund


Day 9

Swakopmund (km optional)

Today is set aside for leisure, relaxation and rejuvenation. Spend time getting to know this quaint and lovely town on foot, or enjoy coffee breaks or a refreshing drink and delicious meal (not included) in one of Swakopmund’s fine Restaurants as you wander through town. Your Hotel has a Spa which offers a wonderful selection of fine treatments, or a beach day will beckon if the weather is fine.
In Swakopmund there are many activities to choose from, such as a Catamaran cruise in the Walvis Bay Lagoon with oysters and sparkling wine served underway, the famous ‘Living Desert tour’, or a Quad Bike excursion into the dunes. Alternately, visit the Crystal Gallery to see the largest crystals in the world, or join a guided Fatbike Tour through town or into the dunes.

Swakopmund is much loved by Namibians as a welcome respite from the inland heat. It is also popular amongst visitors for its old-world charm and relaxed atmosphere. Founded in 1892 during the period of German colonial rule, it served as the territory’s main harbour for many years. The distinct German colonial character has been well preserved and today many of the old buildings serve a useful purpose.
The Woermann House (1905) now houses an art gallery and the Woermann Tower was used in earlier times to watch ships entering the harbour. Other old interesting buildings include „Die Alte Kaserne“, the „Hohenzollern Haus” and the Railway Station Building.

Dinner can once again be enjoyed at any one of Swakopmund’s renowned and very popular Restaurants (not included.)

Bed and Breakfast, Strand Hotel Swakopmund


Day 10

Swakopmund – Walvis Bay (approximately 120 km)

Today after breakfast you drive along the coastal road that is flanked on one side by the dunes of the Namib Desert, and on the other by the rolling waves of the cold Benguela current which flows along the Namibia coastline, to Walvis Bay.
At the Yacht Club your vehicle is safely parked and you board the vehicle which will drive you out to the lonely, windswept Pelican Point, home to large colonies of Cape Fur Seals. Stop along the way to take pictures of countless Flamingos, Pelicans, large flocks of Cormorants and a great variety of other birds and wildlife. After approximately one hour you reach Pelican Point where you will be greeted by thousands of seals. Within a few minutes, you’ll have received your waterproof trousers and jackets to wear over your own clothing if you wish, plus Life Jackets. Climb into your very stable double (2 person) kayaks and you are ready to paddle. The seals are very friendly and playful and not scared of the Kayaks, even when you paddle right next to them. They are inquisitive and often come within touching distance of your oars. You do not need to be fit or experienced to enjoy a morning of kayaking, and you will stay on the protected side of the peninsula where the sea is very calm.

Spend around 1.5 hours on the water, depending on general weather conditions. The guide will use a waterproof camera for some photos which will be emailed to you within a few days, so you don’t have to get your own camera wet. Thereafter, recharge on the beach with fresh rolls and hot coffee and tea, before heading back to Walvis Bay between 12h00 and 13h00 pm. Once at your vehicle, you can return to Swakopmund, or enjoy lunch in Walvis Bay before driving back to Swakopmund.
In the afternoon, drive in your own vehicle to a location midway between Walvis Bay and Swakopmund, where you will undertake a Dune Buggy Driving excursion. (Those not wishing to join can either accompany the others and relax in the garden with a cool drink of coffee from the Kiosk, alternately they can remain in Swakopmund for some TLC in the Hotel Spa or some shopping along safe streets lined with interesting shops and numerous café’s and coffee shops.) With an experienced DriverGuide accompanying you on a Quad Bike, enjoy a 2 hour activity driving on the rolling dunes that flank the coastline between Walvis Bay and Swakopmund.

The final activity is planned for this evening: You will be collected at the Hotel by your Guide who will drive with you in his vehicle to a location high up on the dune face, during the early evening. There you will enjoy Sparkling Wine, Namibia Beers, Softdrinks and Wines while you watch the sun set on the horizon over the ocean. When the final flash of the sun sinks into the sea and while the sky is still light and beautiful, your Guide will return you to the Hotel once more.

Bed and Breakfast, Strand Hotel Swakopmund


Day 11

Swakopmund – Namib Desert (350 km)

Depart from Swakopmund via Walvis Bay and turn inland, away from the coast and heading into the vast Namib Desert. You will drive through the Namib Naukluft Park via Solitaire, the perfect stop-over to break the journey between the Sesreim and Sossusvlei area and Swakopmund.

Solitaire refers to a single solitaire diamond, the other being the solitude or loneliness of the area and the two meanings combined create the image of a distinctive, precious and solitary place. This small settlement features a gas station, post office, shop and a restaurant which is widely known for its delicious apple pie.

Continue the last leg of todays journey, finally arriving at the entrance gate to the magnificent Desert Hills Lodge. From the long, straight gravel road hewn into the rocky plain, you will see the sun reflecting on the large, panoramic windows of the lodge and slowly, the softly rounded thatched chalets will emerge from the landscape. You are welcomed and shown to your spacious, uniquely crafted chalets and it will be a difficult decision, whether to relax on your private, shaded balcony or on the shaded or sun-baked decks of the sparkling pool.
While the sun sets, enjoy a drink from the bar on the upstairs deck and balcony, or take an easy 5 minute walk up the pathway to the View Point above the lodge for sundowners (optional, cost not included.)

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast, Desert Hills Lodge


Day 12

Namib Desert , Sossusvlei and Sesriem Canyon (200 km in total)

This morning you rise very early for coffee/tea before embarking on a pre-dawn journey towards the sand sea that is Sossusvlei. Entering the Park as it opens at dawn, you will see and have the opportunity to climb some of the highest sand dunes in the world. Rest in the shade of the trees that magically survive on the edge of the dry Vlei and enjoy a delicious picnic breakfast packed by the lodge, before you tackle the 1.1 km walk to see the famous and eerily beautiful Dead Vlei. Finally as you exit the dune landscape you visit Sesriem Canyon. Here you can quite easily climb down into the depths of the canyon and wander along the winding water and wind eroded channels. Perhaps you will even still find water, in some of the deeper pools.

Once back at the lodge, enjoy a siesta or gaze at the panoramic view of the plains and far-off mountains, while you sink into the cooling depths of the pool. Finally, enjoy a cold drink and watch the burning sun sinking in the west before dinner.

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast, Desert Hills Lodge


Day 13

Namib Desert (km optional)

This day is yours to spend at your leisure, in appreciation of the beauty and splendour of your surroundings and this wonderful lodge. Desert Hills lies on a vast swathe of arid earth including a stretch of the Tsauchab River, plus the ever-shifting, land-altering Hebron Vault. This was the stage for the ancient SAN people who danced about their adventures together within the glow of their evening fired, surrounded by their yellowed grass huts. These resilient hunter-gatherers etched out a living on the plains and mountains where Desert Hills Lodge rests today and the lodge is inspired by the huts of these fascinating, gentle people.
The afternoon lends itself to a Nature Drive on a nearby property, to observe the Southern White Rhino Project underway in this area. Observing the late afternoon Rhino feed and watching them roll in the mud pool created in front of the lodge for their pleasure. The visit culminates in a drive on the property to see the ‚family‘ Zebras and their ‚adopted‘ orphan calf, plus many other interesting animals including Jackal, Bat-Eared Foxes and numerous antelope and bird species (Optional excursion, not included in cost.)

Finally, return to Desert Hills for your last night in this wonderful location.

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast, Desert Hills Lodge


Day 14

Namib Desert – Windhoek (315 km)

Enjoy breakfast with this wonderful view one last time, before departing. Driving along the gravel roads, you will observe the landscape morphing fluidly from grassy plains to spectacular valley views. And once you reach the peak of the Zaris Pass (1,672m above Sea Level,) you find yourself in spectacular scenery amidst rocky valleys flanked by flat-topped mountains.
Upon reaching Maltahöhe you reconnect with asphalt roads, before continuing on via Mariental and Rehoboth until you finally reach Windhoek once more.
You are welcomed back to River Crossing as old friends, and the sunset-bathed deck beckons for a last sundowner in the fresh, clean air and balmy evening light. Tonight after dinner, reminisce over the memories you have made on your journey through Namibia – we hope, that they will last you for a lifetime.

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast, River Crossing Lodge


Day 15

Windhoek – Hosea Kutako International Airport, Windhoek (575 km)

Enjoy breakfast and the first hours of the early morning followed by any last souvenir shopping in this vibrant city, time permitting. Finally you drive out to return your rental vehicle at the Depot, then transfer to the Hosea Kutako International Airport outside Windhoek. Once there, check in for your onward-bound flight.

We hope that this will be just one of many visits to our vastly contrasting, exceptionally fascinating and beautiful land!

We wish you Bon Voyage!

River Crossing Lodge

Location: River Crossing Lodge offers a serene marriage of blissful, undisturbed nature and comfortable modern amenities. The lodge is located on a pristine 6500 hectare reserve which is home to 19 different species of game, while being only a 5-minute drive from the heart of Windhoek.

Rooms: 20 chalets with en-suite bathrooms.

Facilities: All rooms are equipped with TV, Mini Fridge with complementary water, a small balcony with a beautiful view, coffee station, air conditioning and a shower and wc.
Meals are a rather splendid and delicious affair; at dinner, the sun sets over the horizon and candles light the dining room. In winter, the central fire place radiates warmth like a heart. During summer, watch the day settle as you dine out on the deck.
The main lodge also offers a stunning swimming pool, an extensive raised deck and a comfortable Bar. The view from every room is exceptional.

Special feature: Take an engaging morning or afternoon game drive through the reserve. The views are superb, the flora varied and the game abundant. Nineteen different species roam the reserve, including Oryx, Kudu, Giraffe and Wildebeest. Leopard and Cheetah are also seen from time to time. The drives last 2 – 3 hours and include some drinks and snacks.
The reserve can also be explored on foot in the company of a guide, or on your own. Walks with an experienced and knowledgeable guide will last up to 2 hours.

Distance to Airport: App. 40 km from Hosea Kutako International Airport Windhoek, travelling time is app. 45 minutes

Waterberg Valley Lodge

Location: Situated on a hill in a wide valley of the Waterberg mountain range, the Waterberg Valley Lodge overlooks the green valley and the red mountain cliffs of the Waterberg Plateau.

Rooms: 9 double room chalets with canvas walls and brick bathrooms

Facilities: All rooms have toilets, showers and basins and their own private balcony. The restaurant dining room also has a Bar and Fireplace and is the perfect setting in which one can relax after a long day outdoors. The main lodge offers a lovely swimming pool and for those enjoying a 2-night stay, a laundry service is available.

Special feature: Game on the property includes giraffe, hartebeest, zebra, blue wildebeest, eland antelope and even white rhinos. The funds for this private nature reserve are generated by the hospitality business, which is run as environmentally friendly as possible. The lodges and campsites run on solar power which is an eco-friendly alternative to power generated by coal-fired power stations in South Africa or even hydropower stations in Namibia. Additionally, high-voltage power lines disturb the landscape and are a death trap for large birds.
Hot water for the bathroom is supplied by “donkeys”, wood-fired geysers. The fire wood is a product of debushing, which is necessary to keep the grass planes open. The water in the lodges and at the watering holes comes from the strong spring at the end of the valley. Activities include visits to a Plateau Hike, exclusive “Honeymoon” Sundowner and Rhino Tracking.

Distance to Airport: App. 335 km from Hosea Kutako International Airport Windhoek, travelling time is app. 4.5 hours

Toshari Lodge

Location: Nestled on an outcrop of dolomite rocks and under a forest of Mopani and White Seringa trees, at Toshari you will find the ideal tranquil atmosphere to relax in. Situated only 25 km from the entrance to the Etosha National Park, it is an ideal base from where to explore this Animal Kingdom.

Rooms: 38 rooms (27 standard, 5 luxury, 3 honeymoon, 3 family units)

Facilities: Facilities at the lodge include a restaurant, bar and swimming pool. All rooms include air-conditioning, en-suite bathrooms, mosquito nets, coffee bar and small patio.

Special feature: Its proximity to Etosha National Park, as well as a homely and family-friendly atmosphere ensure that you will leave Namibia inspired to return.

Distance to Airport: Situated approximately 435 km’s from Hosea Kutako International Airport which is near Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. Driving time at least 5 – 6 hours.

Ongongo Waterfall Camp Site

Location: Ongongo means “magical” in the Herero language and it is indeed a truly magical, if not spectacular place. It is set in a small canyon in the far northwest of Namibia, in a virtually barren landscape. The Ongongo Waterfall Campsite is situated 6 km from Warmquelle, which is app. 90 km north of Palmwag.

Rooms: 10 luxury campsites including private ablution facilities per site.

Facilities: Facilities at each camp site include hot showers and a shaded area with washbasin.

Special feature: At Ongongo you will find permanent water simply seeping out of the mountain. The water is relatively warm which allows for swimming year-round.

Distance to Airport: Situated approximately 725 km’s from Hosea Kutako International Airport which is near Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. Driving time at least 10 hours.

Strand Hotel Swakopmund

Location: Located at the ‘Mole’ promenade on the beachfront, with views of the Atlantic Ocean.

Rooms: 125 Rooms

Facilities: Elegantly furnished, the luxurious rooms are equipped with air conditioning, minibar and TV and guests can enjoy sea or garden views. The bathrooms are spacious, comfortable and fitted with a hair dryer. The hotel has a popular Deli Restaurant, a renowned Seafood Restaurant and a small Craft Brewery which also specializes in Namibian and German meat dishes.

Special feature: Here you will find lovely beach areas, the nearby Palm Alley to wander along at your leisure, a tour desk and luggage storage. The spa offers a variety of massages and treatments and also features a rooftop garden with water features. Guests can work out for no additional charge, in the hotel fitness center.

Distance to Airport: Situated approximately 40km’s from the nearest airport, Walvis Bay International. Driving time approximately 50 minutes.

Desert Hills Lodge

Location: Desert Hills lies on a vast swathe of arid earth including a stretch of the Tsauchab River, plus the ever-shifting, land-altering Hebron Vault. This was the stage for the ancient SAN people who danced about their adventures together within the glow of their evening fired, surrounded by their yellowed grass huts. These resilient hunter-gatherers etched out a living on the plains and mountains where Desert Hills Lodge rests today. The property is a mere 30km from the Entrance Gate to the Namib Naukluft Park and the fascinating Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei.
This incredible lodge is inspired by the huts of the ancient peoples of the Namib and offers organic surfaces, gently rounded dome roofs and luxurious comfort within.

Rooms: 18 Individual luxury Chalets.

Facilities: Each chalet provides large spaces with beautifully designed and elegant seating, 100% cotton towels and luxurious bed linen on the large high quality beds. A state-of-the-art Air-conditioner, mini bar and coffee/tea station compliment the rooms, while the bathrooms offer a spacious shower, luxurious bathtub and twin basins. Built in such a way as to ensure total privacy and tranquillity for each and every guest, the uninterrupted sweeping view of the Namib Desert from your private patio, or even from your bed through the glass-front of your chalet is simply breath-taking. Fine cuisine is served in the restaurant and the main lodge offers a fully licenced bar, wine cellar, library and a deck pool with an outside barbeque area and fire pit. Guests can relax around the bar, refresh themselves at the pool or on the expansive shaded and sun-baked decks, all overlooking the magnificent vastness.

Special feature: Every moment of your stay at Desert Hills will be a visual delight. You can book a three hour nature drive including refreshments, to look at the unique fauna and flora adapted to desert life in the area, sun-downers to greet yet another spectacularly full day or even just hiking along the mountain trails cut into the mountains by zebras over centuries.

Distance to Airport: Situated approximately 355 km’s from Hosea Kutako International Airport which is near Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. Driving time at least 4.5 hours.

Payment Terms

  • 20% pre-payment at time of booking.
  • Balance to be settled 60 days prior to travel.
  • Payment to be made in ZAR (South African Rands).
  • The customer is liable for any bank charges.
  • Should the booking be cancelled due to Covid-19 Regulations or Infection , the full amount will be refunded less a Handling Fee of 8%

Banking Details

Account holder: Africa Focus Tours Namibia (Pty) ltd
Bank: Nedbank Namibia
Account number: 11000070752
Branch code: 461 617
Swift code: NEDSNANX

Cancellation Policy

  • Special cancellation terms may apply for certain products and services.

Terms & Conditions

General Terms

  • Minimum Age of 8 (eight) years old for children
  • Families with children younger than 8 years of age are welcome to request the tour as a Private Safari Option
  • Final Bookings and Rooming Lists to be supplied 35 days prior to the commencement date of the tour
  • The accommodation establishments offered in the itinerary will depend on availability at the time of making the booking and all alternatives will be of an equivalent or better standard and will be within the same region.
  • This is merely a quotation – no bookings have been made
  • Price quoted per person sharing and including accommodation and meals for Guide and Driver.


Please see your doctor for advice regarding vaccinations and malaria prophylaxis.

Travelling with Children

  • Parents travelling with children must provide an unabridged birth certificate which includes details of the child’s father as well as the mother for all travelling children. This applies even when both parents are travelling with their children.
  • When children are travelling with guardians, these adults are required to produce affidavits from the children’s parents proving permission for the children to travel.The above applies to foreigners and South Africans travelling to or from South Africa as well as travellers in transit.
  • Please note that the child must be the appropriate age (according to accommodation stipulated) at the time of travel.
    Unless otherwise specified, children under 12 years of age qualify as a child rate and over 12 years of age as an adult rate.
    Rates and policies for children under 12 years of age on request.
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