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 & VALIDITYFrom ZAR 66 520.00
1. January 2022 – 31. October 2022
WHAT TO BRING Comfortable shoes
Warm jackets
Sunhat and sunglasses
Sun cream
Personal belongings
Personal medication
IMPORTANT NOTENamibia emergency number: +264 81 127 0564
INCLUDED Accommodation and
meals as per itinerary
Short walking tour
with San (Kalahari)
Dunes excursion and
Sesriem canyon
Scenic flight from
Sossusvlei to Swakopmund
Walvis Bay Cruise
to Pelican’s Point
Sandwich Harbour
(dune drive)
Twyfelfontein Rock Art
entrance fees
Petrified Forest
entrance fees
Visit to Himba
Half-day Etosha
from a tour vehicle
Full day Etosha
Etosha National
Park Entrances
Non-alcoholic beverages at
Nxamaseri Island Lodge
Okavango Full day
safari (Canoe and walking safari)
Park entrance
Tsodilo Hills
Visit to Victoria
Picnic lunch and soft drinks
Nxamaseri Island Lodge during guided trip to Tsodilo Hills
Helicopter tour in
Vic Falls (12/13 minutes)
English speaking
Free of charge for
Overseas Tour leader
Comfortable recommended vehicle
(with AC) for the Tour according to Namibian Standards
15% VAT
Info Pack
The price includes a service fee for the configuration of the requested Tour Package / Services according to your specifications.
Travel insurance
Optional and recommended Excursions
Expenses of a personal nature
Visa fees (where applicable)
Airport taxes
Hot Air Ballooning
Elephant Back Safari
Zambezi River Cruise

Please note

Over two thirds of Namibian roads are gravel roads. We recommend renting a 4 × 4. Since Windhoek – where most rental car companies are located – is 45 km 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 contact us and we will arrange a rental car and transfer for you. Price on request.


Day 1

Intu Afrika Kalahari Game Reserve

Arrive at Hosea Kutako International Airport. Meet and greet with your guide, he or she will then assist you with your luggage before driving via Windhoek, Rehoboth and Kalkrand to the simply stunning and elegant Zebra Kalahari Lodge.
After a short drive through the contrasting Kalahari Desert, where game languishes under trees or in pans, you will be greeted with a much-needed refreshing drink and a smile as warm as the desert sun.

Lunch is served on arrival.

Optional activities include a sundowner drive, quad biking and of course you can relax in the lodge’s spa facilities (extra charge).

Overnight on a fully inclusive basis at Zebra Kalahari Lodge.

Travel distance: 231.4 km


  • Excluded: Sundowner Drive
  • Quad Biking
  • Spa treatments

Day 2

Intu Afrika Kalahari Game Reserve to Sesriem

After an early breakfast at our extraordinary lodge, we will walk with the San (Bushmen) to learn about their culture, as they know the Kalahari Desert better than any other people and have survived the arid conditions for generations. They are hunter-gatherers, hunting with bows and arrows, catching small animals and eating edible roots and berries, and they eagerly demonstrate this to guests.

What makes this experience so phenomenal is the click language the San use to express themselves, and with the use of dramatic illustrations we will be able to communicate with the San and understand the interesting information.

We will now turn our focus to another change of scenery as we will continue south via Maltahöhe to our gorgeously situated lodge within the Namib Naukluft Park.

Arrive in time for lunch and spend the rest of the afternoon by the lodge’s lovely bubbling pool.

Overnight on a fully inclusive basis at Dead Valley Lodge.

Travel distance: 347.3 km


Walk with the San!


Day 3


Today you will head to Sossusvlei before dawn, driving the last 5 km in 4×4 vehicles.  At the Vlei you have the opportunity to climb one of the highest sand dunes in the world.

We then drive to Sesriem Canyon at the entrance to the Sossusvlei area, where we explore for a while before returning to our lodge for a delicious lunch.

Enjoy a pleasant siesta, or spend the afternoon by the swimming pool and relax after an extraordinary day.

Overnight on a fully inclusive basis at Dead Valley Lodge.


  • Dunes excursion
  • Sesriem canyon

Day 4

Sesriem to Swakopmund

After breakfast, before we head towards Swakopmund, you can decide on the following optional activities (not included in the price) before experiencing the Atlantic Ocean on the scenic flight to Swakopmund.

Hot air balloon ride: At sunrise, in the oldest desert in the world, witness a spectacular hot air balloon inflation and embark on the flight of your life…. From the best platform, in the most romantic way, you float with the winds for an hour, over oceans of sand and mountains, endless views of shadows and lights. Your destination? The Sossusvlei dunes or the magnificence of the desert. Upon landing, you’ll come back to earth with a champagne breakfast, “Out of Africa” style, set up in the middle of nowhere. Your pilot will present you with a certificate of flight before you take a leisurely nature drive back to the pick-up point. It is an experience like no other, the experience of a lifetime.

From Sossusvlei, we pass over the diamond restricted area, where three old diamond camps can still be found, before reaching Conception Bay. After passing colonies of Cape fur seals, we see shipwrecks of the Eduard Bohlen (1909) 500m from shore and the Shawnee(1976) along the coast. We pass the Longwall (Namib Dunes) before reaching Sandwich Harbour, a wetland of international importance and protected by the Ramsar Convention. We pass the coastal salt mines south of Walvis Bay, which attract thousands of birds. Walvis Bay, Namibia’s main port city, is our next destination. Halfway between Walvis Bay and Swakopmund, we pass the Langstrand Holiday Resort and the Dolphin Park Resort on our way back to Swakopmund.

We arrive in Swakopmund in time for a sumptuous lunch and an afternoon city tour.

Dinner is served at one of the three popular restaurants in Swakopmund at our hotel.  All three restaurants can be reached directly from the Mole without having to enter the hotel itself.

Overnight on a bed and breakfast basis at the Strand Hotel.

Travel distance: 347.4 km


  • Scenic flight to Sossusvlei – Swakopmund


  • Hot Air Ballooning

Day 5


Breakfast and departure for Walvis Bay. Spend the morning on the water, sipping champagne, eating oysters and other delicious treats while watching out for porpoises and dolphins. See Pelican Point, Bird Island, seal colonies, bird nests and much more.
In the afternoon we continue our adventure, encountering a beautiful lagoon and salt pans full of pink flamingos, before beginning the amazing drive to Sandwich Harbour through the arid Kuiseb Delta. Experience the crashing waves of the sea on one side and the soaring heights of the sand dunes on the other. Should the tides be against us and the sea cut us off from the lagoon, we will instead climb the mighty dunes and drive to a viewpoint. Included in this tour are some delicious platters, soft drinks, Namibian beer, juice and real filter coffee. A day to remember!
You can walk on the beach until you get back to your room to get ready for dinner:) Dinner is served either at the hotel or at a restaurant of your choice in Swakopmund, e.g. Jetty 1905 or The Tug.

Bed and breakfast at the Strand Hotel.


  • Cruise to Pelican Point
  • Dune Drive (Sandwich harbour)

Day 6

Swakopmund to Twyfelfontein

Early breakfast before our departure into the ancient Damaraland to the beautifully situated Mowani Mountain Camp.

We will visit the engravings at Twyfelfontein before driving on to visit the Petrified Forest.

Lunch is served en route.

Our journey continues to Mowani Mountain Camp, on arrival we check into our lodge.

Wash off the dust of the long drive, relax by the swimming pool.

Overnight on a fully inclusive basis at Mowani Mountain Camp.

Travel distance: 325.5 km


  • Twyfelfontein Rock engravings
  • Petrified Forest

Day 7

Twyfelfontein to Etosha South

After a leisurely breakfast this morning, we drive via Khorixas and Kamanjab to the Himba village.  We will have the opportunity to see the Himba people in their natural environment as well as observe their culture. Excellent photo opportunities are also available.

Lunch en route.

Our drive continues towards the southern border of Etosha National Park. We reach the park in the afternoon and enjoy our first game drive from the comfort of our touring vehicle. We visit various waterholes where we hope to see abundant wildlife such as lions, elephants, black rhinos and giraffes. We also hope to see a variety of antelope, smaller mammals such as jackals and honey badgers, as well as extensive birdlife.

In the late afternoon we will leave the park through Anderson Gate. It is a National Park policy that we leave the park before sunset. After the magic of Etosha, we drive to the newly built Etosha Oberland Lodge to relax, soak in the cool waters of the pools or indulge in good food and wine.

Overnight on a fully-inclusive basis at Etosha Oberland Lodge.

Travel distance: 321.5 km


  • Himba village visit
  • Half-day Etosha Game drive (from tour vehicle)

Day 8

Etosha South to Etosha East

Today we are enjoying a full day game safari in open 4×4 vehicles in Etosha National Park.  We will venture to different waterholes and areas of the park than the ones we visited yesterday and leave the park in the late afternoon proceed to our lodge, which is only 2 km from the Von Lindequist Gate.

Lunch will be enjoyed en-route within the park.

Overnight on a fully inclusive basis at Mokuti Etosha Lodge.

Travel distance: 175.8 km


  • Full day Etosha Game Drive in open vehicles

Day 9

Etosha East to Rundu

This morning we set off early to drive from Etosha via Tsumeb to Rundu.

On the way you can visit the Tsumeb Museum, which is located on the main road next to the Lutheran Church and faces the park. This museum houses excellent displays on the rare minerals and mining history of the area, as well as Bushman and Himba artefacts and details of the history of German colonial power in the area (optional).

The optional boat cruise is offered at the lodge.

On the border with Angola, on the banks of the Okavango River in northern Namibia, the town of Rundu serves as the capital of the eastern Kavango region. Rundu is known for its local woodcarvers’ market as well as the numerous woodcarvers’ huts that line the roadside. The town offers a great stopover to refuel visitors on their way to Katima Mulilo as well as an excellent base to explore the beautiful surroundings. Visitors to Rundu can enjoy the beautiful surroundings, including the magnificent Popa Falls and Mahangu Game Reserve. Other popular activities include great game viewing, excellent birding and kayaking on the spectacular Kavango River.

Overnight full board at Hakusembe River Lodge.

Travel distance: 424.0 km


  • Boatcruise on Okavango River

Day 10

Rundu to Okavango Panhandle

Early breakfast and departure to Shakawe for a border crossing to Nxamaseri Island Lodge.

Our lodge is situated on an island in the panhandle of the Okavango Delta, where you can enjoy a unique island experience in the permanent waters of the spectacular Okavango Delta. Nxamaseri Lodge is designed to showcase the stunning scenery of the region. Handcrafted by local artisans, the furnishings and original Botswana artwork give the lodge a rustic, natural charm that is enhanced by the warm hospitality of our hosts.

Overnight on a fully inclusive basis at Nxamaseri Island Lodge.

Travel distance: 299.2 km


Day 11

Okavango Panhandle

Today is devoted to a full-day safari that includes a visit to the Tsodilo Hills, canoeing in mokoros and a walking safari. During the full day excursion you will have the opportunity to observe a wide variety of bird species and see landscapes.

Lunch is served at the lodge.

Overnight on a fully-inclusive basis at Nxamaseri Island Lodge.


  • Tsodilo Hills
  • Mokoro trip
  • Walking safaris

Day 12

Okavango Panhandle to Kwando River

After a leisurely breakfast we are transferred to our meeting point in Shakawe where we drive back to Namibia and continue our journey towards the Caprivi.

On the way we stop in Divundu for a delicious snack before driving through the Caprivi Strip to our beautiful lodge.

Recommended: Game Drive in Bwabwata National Park: Stretching over 6200 square kilometres in northeast Namibia, the Bwabwata National Park includes the Caprivi Game Park and the Mahango Game Reserve which extends along the narrow Caprivi Strip. The park functions as a wildlife sanctuary and practices community-engaged conservation, which visitors can take part in. It has been dubbed the ‘People’s Park’, as the local Caprivian people live in harmony with the land and the animals. With an ever-growing wildlife population, the park is home to many animals including elephant, leopard, lion, buffalo, wildebeest, crocodile, and red lechwe. Avid birdwatchers will be thrilled to find over 330 bird species in the area. Visitors can look forward to excellent game viewing, boat safaris, nature walks and camping under the brilliantly clear Namibian night sky.

Overnight and breakfast at Namushasha River Lodge.

Travel distance: 315.6 km


  • Game Drive in Bwabwata N.P.

Day 13

Kwando River to Kasane

After breakfast, we travel via Katima Mulilo, the Ngoma Bridge and Kasane to the Chobe National Park in Botswana.

Well over 400 of Namibia’s bird species are found in this part of the country and the region is gaining a reputation as a retreat for birdwatchers, nature lovers and specialist travellers. It is also of growing interest to scientists studying the wetland system and its flora and fauna. Sunset river cruises, photo safaris, swamp safaris, boat trips, a trip in a mokoro or dugout canoe and game viewing either in 4×4 vehicles or by boat are all available to holidaymakers in this region.

We will hopefully arrive in time to join our first game drive in Chobe National Park in the afternoon.

Overnight on a fully inclusive basis at Cresta Mowana Safari Lodge.

Travel distance: 257.7 km


  • Afternoon game drive

Day 14

Kasane to Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)

Hearty breakfast at our lodge and before departure we join the morning safari before crossing the border into Zimbabwe.

We drive via Kazangula to the mighty Victoria Falls, located in Zimbabwe.

Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is the largest waterfall in the world. At full flood, some 500 million litres of water plunge down at a rate of 100 metres per minute, causing a thunderous roar and huge columns of spray, hence the local name “mosi – u – tunya”, meaning “the thundering smoke”.

Lunch will be served at the hotel.

Dinner, overnight and breakfast at the Victoria Falls Hotel.

Travel distance: 84.5 km


  • Morning safari

Day 15

Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)

After breakfast, you will be picked up at the hotel to take a 12/13 minute helicopter flight over Vic Falls.

In the afternoon you can optionally join an elephant back safari, a Zambezi cruise or a folkloric show.

Lunch is served at the hotel or a nearby restaurant.

Dinner, overnight and breakfast at the Victoria Falls Hotel.


Day 16


Unfortunately, your unique African adventure has come to an end.

After breakfast, depending on your flight, you will be transferred to Victoria Falls International Airport.

Check-in for your departure flight and bid farewell to your tour guide.

We look forward to welcoming you back to Southern Africa!

Travel distance: 21.2 km

Zebra Kalahari Lodge & Spa

Simply stylish and elegant, the Zebra Kalahari Lodge is the most decadent of the 3 lodges on the Intu Afrika Private Game Reserve. Guests are welcomed with a much-needed refreshing drink and a smile as warm as the desert sun on arrival. The gurgling fish pond and the beautiful stone and wood buildings immediately soothe one’s soul and guests are ushered into the coolness of the lounge area overlooking a waterhole and swimming pool.
The rooms area are huge and the walls are decorated with ancient African masks and ebony furnishings and are fitted with air conditioners, a mini bar, a hairdryer and a coffee and tea station with a very large bathroom leading out to an outside shower.

Dead Valley Lodge

Dead Valley Lodge is situated next to the main entrance gate to the Namib-Naukluft National Park, between the Sesriem campsite and Elim Dune on the way to the world famous Sossusvlei and the Dead Vlei. This oasis offers a panoramic view of the Namib Desert, with towering red sand dunes, rugged mountain ranges and arid desert savannahs.
Each of the 20 free-standing luxury tented chalets is climate controlled and equipped with double bed units, electric plugs, private patios, a kitchenette, and free-standing bathrooms stocked with toiletries. Guests can enjoy the top-class restaurant that serves delicious Namibian-style cuisine, relax in the picturesque bar with a cold drink after a day of activities, or cool off in the open-air swimming pool overlooking the Elim Dune.

Strand Hotel Swakopmund

This hotel offers extensive, unique and creatively entertaining Restaurants, Bars, Deli, Lobby-Lounge, Sea Facing Terraces, Beach Kiosk and state of the art Conference & Banqueting Center. It is situated on the Mole, a historic and iconic site surrounded by Ocean on three sides. The décor is warm and comfortable, and as they say in German: “gemütlich” providing a genuine “sense-of-place” atmosphere adding to any Namibian visit. Arriving at the Strand is a dramatic experience as one passes through its 13m high and 9m wide Ocean View Atrium which travels right through the Hotel offering sea views at either end. Off this Atrium Lobby is the Reception, with an inviting open fireplace to compliment the residential feel and warm welcome.

Mowani Mountain Camp

Mowani Mountain Camp offers luxury tented accommodation with magnificent desert views. Open air en-suite bathrooms and private decks give you great views of Damaraland and the reliability of nearby Twyfelfontein with its San engravings and paintings is contrasted by the elusive desert adapted elephants.
The Twyfelfontein conservancy has been protecting the southern most roaming ground of the black rhino and elusive desert elephant. Sustainable eco-tourism and community upliftment is of the utmost importance at Mowani. Guides from the local tribes compliment day-time game drives to track mountain zebra, kudu, springbok, klipspringer and if you are fortunate enough… the leopard! The adventurer in me took over at Mowani. Days were filled with game drives, hot air balloon trips over the Aba-Huab Valley, champagne breakfasts and al fresco meals amidst the dusky landscape beneath Mopani trees.

Etosha Oberland Lodge

The Etosha Oberland Lodge, 10km away from the southern gate of Etosha National Park opened in March 2020 and is nestled in a private nature park adjacent to the park. The lodge offers an inviting lobby with restaurant and a bar with adjoining lounge with fire pit. To enhance the experience, guests are invited to enjoy a viewing deck and swimming pool as well as free wifi in communal areas.

The accommodation comprises of 18 beautifully appointed premium chalets that offer comfortable amenities such as an en-suite bathroom, an outdoor shower, private sun terrace, which is equipped with comfortable chairs. Further facilities include air conditioning, a tea and coffee station with fridge, mosquito nets, a hairdryer and a safe.

Mokuti Etosha Lodge

Mokuti Etosha Lodge is the perfect venue for travellers wanting to explore the famous eastern side of Etosha National Park and is located on its own private 4 000 hectare nature reserve, which shares a common border with this impressive wildlife reserve. Known for its excellent and diverse wildlife encounters, it has become a popular venue for meetings, incentives, weddings and honeymoons. This intimate lodge has 90 rooms and 16 luxury rooms. Recently refurbished, they are all air conditioned and come equipped with satellite TV, a mini-fridge, safes, free Wi-Fi, tea/coffee-making facilities and en-suite bathrooms. The lodge also offers the Tambuti Dining Room and Marula Bar, the Pool Bar and Terrace, two tennis courts, a spa, a gym and the only open air African Boma in the area.

Hakusembe River Lodge

Hakusembe River Lodge is located 16 km west of Rundu on the B 10 (Okavango). A lush green oasis on the banks of the Okavango River. Absorb river peace from one of the 20 chalets, hop aboard the Hakusembe River Queen, stroll to the cultural village or just relax on the deck listening to the soft symphony of feathered friends.

Nxamaseri Island Lodge

Nxamaseri Island Lodge is an exclusive lodge, set on an island in the panhandle of the Okavango Delta, one of the most breathtakingly beautiful areas in the world. As one of the oldest lodges in the Delta, it has a unique charm and atmosphere. The lodge has 7 double chalets and 2 family chalets. Being owner-run Nxamaseri prides itself on creating an experience that is personal and intimate. The lodge offers water-based activities, including boating and mekoro trips among the network of channels that make up the area. Nxamaseri is one of the top bird-watching and fishing destinations in the country and specialises in both, with expert and enthusiastic guides guaranteed to make your experience a memorable one. Nxamaseri is also close to the magical Tsodilo Hills, a world heritage site and one of Botswana’s greatest treasures. The lodge offers guided day trips to Tsodilo Hills, where one can view some of the 2000 ancient San paintings.

Namushasha River Lodge

Namushasha River Lodge is located 24 km south of Kongola on the C 49 (Zambezi / Caprivi). Experience this Zambezi kingdom from 24 chalets dotted along the leafy river bank. Join the Caprivians in song and dance at the traditional heritage centre, salute wizened elephant giants in the Bwabwata National Park and glide through wild waterways. Revel in Namushasha gold.

Cresta Mowana Safari Resort & Spa

Cresta Mowana Safari Resort & Spa is located on the banks of the mighty Chobe River. In the tranquil surroundings, guests can experience authentic African comfort, spacious accommodations and delectable cuisine. Take full advantage of a wealth of wildlife and embark upon an exhilarating game drive in the Chobe National Park. The national park is famed for it’s large elephant herds, and has some of the largest concentrations of game on the African continent. For a more laid back holiday, tackle 9 holes on the popular golf course, or simply interact with the spectacular, natural surrounds on a slow walk along the river. Guests can also enjoy bird watching from the Mokoro, or a leisurely canoe trail on the waters of the Chobe. The onsite spa offers an opportunity for relaxation and recuperation with a range of treatments. The resort also features air conditioned guest accommodations, decorated in an Afro-centric style that adds to the natural ambiance.

Victoria Falls Hotel

The Victoria Falls Hotel, popularly known as “the grand old lady of the Falls”, is situated in the Victoria Falls National Park, a world heritage site, and is a member of the exclusive Leading Hotels of the World group. It is one of only three IS0-accredited hotels in Zimbabwe. The Edwardian-style five-star hotel, built in 1904, combines the charm of the old with the convenience of the new. Set in lush tropical gardens with lily ponds, palm trees and semi-tropical shrubs, it provides the tranquillity and seclusion that many guests seek. The famous Victoria Falls are just a ten-minute walk away using the hotel’s private pathway, and “the smoke that thunders” or “Mosi-O-Tunya” in the local dialect, is clearly audible and visible from this luxurious landmark. World-class service, and food and beverage choice and preparation second to none, make the hotel a magnet for international visitors and locals alike. The opulent Livingstone Room for fine dining and dancing, the Jungle Junction with its famous breakfast and dinner buffets and ethnic entertainment in the evenings, offer variety and wide choice. Stanley’s Terrace, with its clear view of the Victoria Falls Bridge, connecting Zimbabwe and Zambia, is renowned for its cocktails and afternoon teas. The Terrace has been a rendezvous for adventurers in Africa for over a century. The ambience of the hotel is steeped in that history with all suites decorated in the gracious Edwardian style of Zimbabwe’s colonial era. Small executive meetings and private dining facilities are easily arranged for those who wish to combine a little business with a lot of pleasure, and all in a secluded and discreet environment. It is the Victoria Falls Hotel that remains the major attraction for visitors. Waking up to the sound of “the smoke that thunders”, seeing the sun rise beneath the mist of one of the seven natural wonders of the world and the lunar rainbow at night, all the while soaking up the history and ambience of a bygone era, is more than unforgettable – it is unique.

Banking Details

Account holder: Africa Focus Tours Namibia (Pty) ltd
Bank: Nedbank Namibia
Account number: 1100 0070 752
Branch code: 461 696
Swift code: NEDSNANX

Payment Terms

  • 20% Prepayment at time of booking.
  • Balance to be paid 60 days prior to travel.

Cancellation Terms

  • 90 – 45 days prior to travel: 20% (forfeit the deposit paid)
  • 44 – 30 days prior to travel: 30%
  • 29 – 15 days prior to travel: 40%
  • 14 – 08 days prior to travel: 60%
  • 07 days – NO SHOW: 100%
  • Special cancellation terms may apply for certain products and services.

Cancellation Policy Namibia

  • 90 – 45 days prior to travel: 20% (forfeit the deposit paid)
  • 44 – 30 days prior to travel: 30%
  • 29 – 15 days prior to travel: 40%
  • 14 – 08 days prior to travel: 60%
  • 07 days – NO SHOW: 100%
    Special cancellation terms may apply for certain products and services.

Cancellation Policy Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Mozambique

  • Date of booking – 61 days prior to travel: 20%
  • 60 – 31 days prior to travel: 50%
  • 30 days – NO SHOW: 100%
  • Special cancellation terms may apply for certain products and services.

Terms & Conditions

General Terms

  • The hotels mentioned in the itinerary will depend on availability at the time of making the booking. Should alternatives be used it would be of similar standard.


See your doctor for advice in regards to vaccinations and malaria prophylaxis.

Travelling with children

  • Parents travelling with children will be requested to provide an unabridged birth certificate (including the details of the child’s father as well as the mother) of 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 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 travelers 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.

Recommended driver/guide per vehicle guidance:

  • 1 – 9 pax:        DriverGuide
  • 10 + pax:         Driver and Guide


Travel and safety information and advice is based on information received from the various Southern African tourism boards of the countries we trade and operate in, and is deemed as correct and up to date at the time of publish. A guarantee of accurate and complete information, as well as a liability for any occurring damages and / or changes cannot be applied.