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Botswana and Falls Overland: Wildlife Walks & Safari Drives

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Botswana and Falls Overland: Wildlife Walks & Safari Drives

Day 1 - Johannesburg

Arrive at any time. Tonight, get to know your group on your first night out together in Johannesburg. After your welcome meeting at the hotel, choose to enjoy an Amarula cocktail at the bar or go to Emperors Palace with a wide array of restaurants and bars to choose from. Sit back, relax, eat some grub, sip a cocktail, and get to know your fellow travel buddies as the adventure begins. If you arrive a day or two early, we recommended booking an excursion to Soweto or the Apartheid Museum.

Day 2 - Johannesburg/Serowe

Get ready to check another country off those travel lists as you and the group pass across the border into Botswana. We're not going to lie, today will be a lot of driving, but use this opportunity to talk with your group, swap stories, and watch as the landscape changes around you from the desolate scenery of central-eastern Botswana to the wild bush within the Khama Rhino Sanctuary. The group will stop here for the night to set up camp, enjoy each other's company around a fire, and fall peacefully asleep beneath the stars. Today's travel takes us through a very desolate part of central-eastern Botswana. We cross into Botswana and finish the day at a campsite within the Khama Rhino Sanctuary, a unique community-based initiative in wildlife conservation.

Day 3 - Serowe/Maun

You didn't think the group was leaving before taking part in a wildlife drive through the Khama Sanctuary did you? Good, because there's not a chance. Get out there in an open air vehicle with a guide to spot some wildlife. Jump in the Lando and continue on to Maun. Scroll through your camera roll checking the pictures you've already snapped while the land outside your window becomes more fertile as you approach the area of the Okavango Delta.

Day 4 - Maun/Okavango Delta

Today is going to be busy, but fun, and man do we wish we were going with you on this epic adventure. You'll wake to the sounds and smells of the bush around you. Later, dive right into some nature with a wildlife walk. The cool thing about being on foot is that you will get to learn about tracking the animals and gain insight into their movement patterns and behaviour on a much more intimate level. From there the group will begin an exciting excursion deep into the Okavango Delta in a traditional mokoro (dugout canoe) to do some birdwatching on the way to our basic bush camp for the evening (get ready to completely unplug). Set up camp, sing with the locals, and simply unwind with a sundowner around the campfire?? cheers!

Day 5 - Okavango Delta/Gweta

Africa is home to some of the most beautiful sunrises in the world and today (if the weather is just right) you will get to experience the almost too vibrant colours of that quintessential sunrise that we all picture when we think of going on safari to Africa. Then, tip your heads back, take a deep breath, and feel the mokoro cut through the crystal clear channels as you ride out of the Okavango Delta. The group will take some time to freshen up in Maun (showers everyone!) before embarking in the Lando to Gweta where the group will camp under massive baobab trees for the night.

Day 6 - Gweta/Kasane

Travel to Kasane and choose to embark on a river cruise through Chobe NP, home to the largest elephant population in southern Africa. Drive through the verdant lands between Gweta and Kasane. Witness how rain brings life to the salt pans, awakening the dormant fish and aquatic shrimps in the mud. The surrounding grasslands also teem with life and are home to many antelope, which attract a wide variety of predators. Keep your eyes focused as the world passes you by and then reward yourself with a group toast as you camp under the great big African sky. Today we journey to Chobe National Park, home to the largest elephant population in southern Africa. The best way to appreciate one of Botswana's national parks and its thousands of resident elephants, crocodiles, and hippos is on an optional sunset boat cruise on the Chobe River. You can pre-book this on the checkout page, or through your Global Connection Officer or travel agent.

Day 7 - Kasane/Victoria Falls

Buckle those seat belts and cross the border from Botswana to Zimbabwe; home of epic Victoria Falls. All that driving is bound to make you hungry and we have a treat for you today! The group will be having a traditional lunch at the G Adventurers supported Lusumpuko Women's Club. With full bellies and even more full hearts, get ready to feel the mist in the air as you enter the town of Victoria Falls. Get up close and personal with one of the largest waterfalls in the world. For the adventurous we recommend going whitewater rafting, taking a scenic helicopter flight over the falls (epic selfies anyone?), or taking the plunge (literally) while bungee jumping with the waterfalls in sight. (Oh man... just thinking of that makes our heads spin and our palms sweat!) Not looking to turn your hair gray today? That's okay, we understand. Either way the choice is yours, but remember you're here now so why not escape those comfort zones? Opt to prebook the Chobe National Park Safari Drive and head out early into the park before crossing the border into Zimbabwe, then continue on to the town of Victoria Falls. Opt to get up close (and wet from the spray) to the awesome Victoria Falls, or bungee jump (with the waterfall in sight).

Day 8 - Victoria Falls

Depart anytime. Alas, all good things must come to an end... or do they? If you aren't ready to go home just yet talk with your CEO about extending your adventure and get to know more of Zimbabwe or beyond!
Sammanfattning

Vad ingår?

Boende

Simple hotel (1 nt single or twin), participation camping (5 nts), bush camping (1 nt).

Lokal transport

Lando (overland adventure vehicle), walking, mokoro, safari vehicle.

Måltider

Meals Included: 6 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 3 dinners
Meals Budget: Allow USD75-100 for meals not included.

Mer information

Soweto
- Soweto Tour (1100-1650 per person)

Johannesburg
- Apartheid Museum (180ZAR per person)

Chobe National Park
- Chobe River Sunset Cruise (580BWP per person)
- Chobe National Park Safari Drive

Victoria Falls
- Victoria Falls Visit (50USD per person)
- Victoria Falls Whitewater Rafting
- Zambezi Bungee Jump (176USD per person)
- Victoria Falls Helicopter Ride - 15 Mins
- Canoeing the Zambezi (160USD per person)

Victoria Falls
- Bridge Swing over the Zambezi (176USD per person)
- Zipline over the Zambezi (50USD per person)

Livingstone
- Microlight Flight over Victoria Falls (360USD per person)
- Livingstone Island (Devil's Pool) Morning Breezer (125-123USD per person)
- Livingstone Island (Devil's Pool) Swim (125-183USD per person)

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