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Tag 1 Kapstadt

Ankunft zu jeder Zeit möglich. Wir empfehlen dringend, vor dem Trip eine Unterkunft hier zu buchen, um diese einmalige Stadt richtig zu genießen.

Arrive to Cape Town at any time. There are no activities planned on Day 1 until a Welcome Meeting with your CEO (tour leader) and fellow travellers scheduled for the evening. There will be more information on this meeting at check-in. *Please note: if you have pre-booked the Okavango Delta Flight, the Chobe Photo River Safari and the Photo Game Drive and Victoria Falls Helicopter Ride your CEO will inform you when you will do the activity throughout your tour, days are subject to change: Okavango Delta Flight (Day 13 - Okavango Delta), Photo Safari (Day 16 - Chobe National Park) and Helicopter Ride (Day 17 - Livingstone). For more information on the Extra see the Optional Activities section. Cape Town has many different options should you arrive early. Visit Robben Island, Table Mountain, explore Cape Point (Cape of Good Hope) or join a wine tour in and around Stellenbosch (45 min drive). Visit the old French Huguenot town of Franschoek and surroundings (1 hr drive). For the truly adventurous there are numerous adrenaline activities in the surrounding areas, from skydiving to abseiling to cage diving for a close encounter with the great white sharks. Opt t wander through the city centre with some of the oldest buildings and gardens in South Africa (Botanical Gardens and Parliament Gardens) or visit the Cultural Historical Museum, Planetarium and numerous other small museums and theaters. Our joining hotel is in a neighbourhood called Gardens and is walking distance to some popular streets for cafés and shopping. There is free wi-fi in the lobby.

Tage 2-4 Lamberts Bay/Gariep (Oranje)/Fischfluss-Canyon (3F)

Am Gariep kannst du am Ufer relaxen, schwimmen gehen oder eine Kanufahrt machen. Genieße die Schönheit des Fischfluss-Canyons.

Travelling from Cape Town, stop along the way at a wine farm for the opportunity for one last wine tasting. Continue north towards Namaqualand where you might be able to see fields of Namaqualand daisies in season (August and September). At Clanwilliam we head towards the coast again and on to Lambert's Bay, a picturesque town on the west coast of South Africa. In the afternoon opt to visit the well known “Bird Island” where you can find more than 25,000 blue-eyed gannets at certain times of the year. Penguins also gather on this island for breeding between August and October. Opt to stroll through this lovely town visiting unique artisan shops and boutiques. Our accommodation here is small guesthouse with en-suite bathrooms. There is air-con, laundry and internet access available. Approximate distance: 350 km Estimated travel time: 5.5 hrs (including lunch stop)

Tage 5-6 Wüste Namib (2F, 2A)

Optional kannst du die atemberaubende Düne 45 erklimmen. Besuch der Sossusvlei-Dünen und des Sesriem-Canyon.

Travelling north, it's a good day's travel through this dry and remote part of South Africa. In the mid-afternoon, we cross Namibia into a more arid region and stop at scenic Gariep (Orange) River for the evening. After getting settled near the banks of the Gariep River, enjoy the late afternoon with swimming, relaxing or canoeing on the river. The Gariep River, sometimes known as the Orange River or the Grootrivier, is the major river of South Africa. The river was first discovered by indigenous people but only explored by Europeans in 1760 and named after the House of Orange, which was the Stadhouder of Holland between 1777 and 1779. Accommodation here is a lodge with en-suite bathrooms, restaurant and bar, pool and internet access. Approximate distance: 450km Estimated travel time: 7 hrs (depending on border crossing)

Tage 7-8 Swakopmund (1F)

Erkunde die geschichtsträchtige Stadt Swakopmund. Zu den optionalen Aktivitäten gehören Sandboarden, eine Bootsfahrt zu den Delfinen, Fallschirmspringen, Quadfahren und eine Living Desert Tour.

Continue on to Fish River Canyon, the largest canyon in Africa, and take in the majestic beauty. The canyon was formed by the Fish River, which, at 650 kilometres in length, is Namibia's longest river. The canyon itself is situated along the lower reaches of the Fish River and is one of the most impressive natural formations of southern African. It is approximately 161 km long, 27km wide at its widest point and 550m deep. It is the oldest canyon in the world, formed about 500 million years ago. Accommodation here is a hotel with en-suite bathrooms, a pool and bar area. Approximate distance: 300 km Estimated travel time: 5.5 hours (including stops)

Tage 9-10 Etosha-Nationalpark

Pirschfahrt in deinem eigenen Reisemobil. Optional kannst du auch eine Pirschfahrt in einem offenen Safariwagen machen.

We continue north through Namaland en route to the Namib Desert. We arrive in the area in the late afternoon, where the towering red sand dunes of Sossusvlei form the gateway into the Namib Desert. Here you will really feel as though you're in the middle of nowhere. Day 6 is spent exploring the natural wonders of this bizarre environment. Enjoy a visit to Sossusvlei, a clay pan enclosed by the world's largest sand dunes, up to 300m high. Here you will have some free time to enjoy the sand dunes on your own. We will also make a stop at Sesriem Canyon, a small canyon typical of the area. Accommodation here is a campsite. The nights of Days 5 and 6 will be spent in pitched dome tents with shared ablution (bathrooms). All camping equipment (with the exception of your sleeping bag and pillow) is supplied. Assembly and disassembly of the tents takes only 5 minutes (your CEO will show you how to erect your tent). All tents have built-in insect nets. Mattresses are also available (approximately 4cm thick) and are warm and comfortable. Your CEOs will do all the meal preparation but we do ask our travellers to help with the preparation and washing up. Team spirit is part of the fun! At the campgrounds there are sites with their own shared ablution block including toilets, sinks, hot and cold showers, barbecues, kitchen facilities and electricity. There's a shaded vernada and swimming pool to relax in. There is an internet café adjacent to the campgrounds. Approximate distance: 400 km Estimated travel time: 5.5 hrs

Tage 11-12 Windhoek/Kalahari (Ghanzi) (2F)

Erkunde Windhoek und besichtige die Wüste Kalahari. Lerne die faszinierenden Überlebenskünste der örtlichen San-Buschmänner auf einem optionalen Spaziergang kennen. Am Abend kannst du traditionelle Buschmann-Tänze erleben.

Today you will really get a feeling for the Namib Desert as we spend hours crossing this void region along with a few dry mountain passes. En route to the Namibian coast, we'll take a coffee break in Solitaire, a mystical village consisting of a filling station, general dealer/coffee shop and small mechanical workshop. Before arriving to Swakopmund, we drive through Walvis Bay, the only town on the Namibian coastline that hosts a deep-sea harbor. We spend two nights in the area, where you can explore this historical town or try some of the numerous activities available, such as dune boarding or embarking on a dolphin cruise. Swakopmund has bizarre lunar landscapes, unforgettable sunsets and prehistoric Welwitchia plants. Accommodation here is a lodge with en-suite bathrooms. It's in walking distance to shops, restaurants, beaches and dunes. The lodge offers laundry serves, wifi and a restaurant/bar. Approximate distance: 260 km Estimated travel time: 4.5 hrs

Tage 13-14 Maun/Okavango-Delta (2F,1M,1A)

Bereite dich auf eine 2-tägige Reise mit Übernachtung in das Delta vor. Genieße Pirschgänge, Ausflüge im traditionellen Mokoro, Vogelbeobachtung und eine Bootsfahrt bei Sonnenuntergang in Maun. Lerne von den örtlichen Bootslenkern die Geheimnisse des Busc

Looking out over the beautiful desert landscapes we begin moving east into the interior of Namibia. On this route we pass through a moon landscape and see the imposing Spitzkoppe, also known as the “Matterhorn” of Namibia in the distance. Etosha in waMbo means "the great white place of dry water". As one of Africa's highlights, the Etosha National Park offers a variety of wildlife and phenomenal natural beauty. Explore the pans and the park on game drives, with excellent opportunities to spot lion, giraffe, elephant, rhino, and antelope. Depending on our arrival time to the park, we continue on a game drive around the huge dry pan to find the elephants, herds of antelope and lions around the waterholes. After sunset you can watch some animals at the watering holes near the camping area, which is safe, being well lit with flood lights. Game drives are done in our air-conditioned touring vehicle. Night/Day game drives can be done in open vehicles (optional, at extra cost). The following day, enjoy another game drive in the park. Accommodation here is camping in Etosha National Park. It will be similar to the camping on Days 5 and 6 though no meals will be provided. The campground offers a restaurant and shop which are great places to grab a meal. The CEO will provide options for campfires and barbecues (braais) under the stars with the whole group, splitting the cost of food between everyone. This campsite also offers a swimming pool to relax in after your days exploring the area. Approximate distance: 610 km Estimated travel time: 7.5 hrs

Tag 15 Umgebung von Nata (1F,1A)

In der Trockenzeit kannst du die Salzpfannen von Makgadikgadi bei Sonnenuntergang besichtigen. Beobachte bei Nacht die Elefanten beim Trinken am Wasserloch des Camps.

Leave Etosha National Park and head south through the Namibian countryside to Windhoek. The capital of Namibia has a population of 230,000, an altitude of 1654m and heavy German influence. Windhoek was originally the centre of a Nama leader, Jan Jonker Afrikaner, who defeated the Herero inhabitants of the region in the mid-19th century. Windhoek became the seat of colonial rule in 1892, as the capital of the colony of South-West Africa (Deutsch-Südwestafrika). They built a fort that eventually spanned a town that grew under its protection. During World War I, Windhoek was captured by South African troops and became a British dominion. Until the independence of Namibia was inaugurated in 1990, Windhoek was recognized as the capital of South West Africa as administered by the South African government. Accommodation here is a hotel with en-suite bathrooms. The hotel offers air-con, swimming pool, internet access and a restaurant. Approximate distance: 450 km Estimated travel time: 5.5 hrs

Tag 16 Umgebung von Chobe (1F)

Du kannst eine Bootsfahrt auf dem Chobe bei Sonnenuntergang machen oder eine Pirschfahrt im offenen Safariwagen.

Today we continue through the eastern part of Namibia and cross into Botswana before travelling into the heart of the Kalahari. Here, we stay at a campsite close to Ghanzi, arriving in later afternoon. Opt for a “bushman walk” after getting settled. Get a glimpse of how the San tribe adapted to the Kalahari Desert and learn some fascinating wilderness survival skills from these local bushmen. The hunter-gatherer life of the San bushmen has all but disappeared. There are few remaining who still retain the survival skills of their ancient way of life.? During the walk, your local San guides, through an interpreter, will share their rich heritage of accumulated knowledge that makes them masters of this harsh environment. The walk is a slow meander through the bushveld, for about an hour and a half, of not more than four kilometers. In the evening, opt to experience the ancient dance rituals of the San bushmen around the campfire. On special occasions this could be a healing or trance dance, which can continue all night, and is an intense spiritual experience for both participants and visitors alike. Accommodation here is in traditional-style bushmen huts, made to similar specifications of the real thing. In each hut there are cots with mattresses, lights and mosquito nets. The campground has shared ablutions with flush toilets and note showers. There is also a gift shop and bar area. There is no internet access here. Approximate distance: 470 km Estimated travel time: 5 hrs

Tag 17 Livingstone (1F)

Überfahrt mit der Fähre nach Sambia. Du kannst die Victoriafälle besuchen, Raften gehen, Kanu fahren oder einen Rundflug über die Wasserfälle machen.

Today we travel along the northern portions of the Kalahari Desert throughout the day - this is a severely arid and barren landscapes, though completely beautiful. After arrival in Maun, the biggest town in the Okavango Delta area, you can pick up any supplies and prepare for your 2-day/1-night journey into the Okavango Delta. Maun is the gateway to the Okavango Delta and enjoys the reputation of being Botswana's frontier town. Today it is one of the fastest growing towns in Africa. Enjoy a guided afternoon on a birdwatching walk through the peaceful hotel grounds, covering 7 hectares and stretches down to the Thamalakane River. Enjoy a beverage will be offered before or after taking a sunset boat cruise (water levels permitting) on the Thamalakane. (150 species of birds have been spotted to date within the hotel grounds and river frontage to date). In the evening, a traditional dance group, Dikgantshwane, will perform traditional welcome dances on the poolside terrace. The performance will include an introduction, explanation and meaning of the songs performed. Accommodation here is a hotel with en-suite bathrooms. There is air-con, a pool and a restaurant/bar. Approximate distance: 330 km Estimated travel time: 5 hrs (including lunch stops)

Tag 18 Livingstone

Abreise zu jeder Zeit möglich. In Livingstone gibt es jede Menge zu tun. Buche eine Unterkunft nach dem Trip und besuche unseren örtlichen G-Schalter im Livingstone Hotel für weitere Informationen und um optionale Aktivitäten zu buchen.

Main luggage will be stored in Maun and you can travel into the delta with only a small overnight bag. The fantastic 2-day/1-night excursion into the delta begins with a drive in customized safari vehicles for about 1-2 hrs to the "dock" where we hop into a mokoro (a dug-out canoe) that takes us deep into the delta. After a 1-2 hr mokoro trip, arrive to our basic bush camp. For 1.5 days, enjoy game walks, mokoro trips (occasionally unavailable due to seasonality), birdlife and game viewing in the pristine wilderness area of the Okavango Delta, the world's largest inland delta. In the evenings count the shooting stars, sing with the locals or just unwind and enjoy your sundowner and sit around the campfire.?? The polers will join you around the campfire tonight and usually love to sing with and for you. Accommodation here is camping with tents erected for you. Please note that there will be no shower tonight and only a dug-out bush toilet, as our camp is very basic in the wild. You will be compensated by the incredible landscape and wildlife! ??There is time to relax in the afternoons so we recommend bringing a book in your overnight bag. Estimated travel time: 3 hrs

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