Leaving iconic Table Mountain behind you, head north to the Orange River, the natural boundary between South Africa and Namibia. Jump in a canoe for an adventurous paddle before continuing north to the Fish River Canyon, a spectacular rift in an otherwise featureless desert landscape. Swing east into the Kalahari to visit the famous Quiver Tree forest before heading north again into the rolling red dunes of the Namib Desert. Head west to the coastal town of Swakopmund. Get your adrenaline pumping amongst the dunes with an optional sky-dive, sand-board or quad-bike, or take a relaxing kayak or boat cruise to explore the diverse coastal wildlife. Continue with a cultural journey through a traditional Himba settlement before heading north east to Etosha National Park, one of the largest game reserves in Africa. Encapsulating the very essence of Namibia, the wide open pans of Etosha stretch to the horizon. Collect some hand-crafted Namibian souvenirs before passing through the capital city, Windhoek, and into Botswana. Arriving at Ghanzi experience the electrifying tribal dancing of the San Bushmen before heading north into the Okavango Delta. Experience thrilling wildlife encounters on foot or by boat before continuing through the Baobab trees of Gweta and the game rich plains of Chobe National Park. Arrive at the spectacular Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River and maybe sample some final adrenaline pumping activities such as bungee-jumping or white water rafting before departing for home.