After spending a relaxing night in the Capital city, start your journey by heading north to Okonjima, where Leopards are frequently seen, giving visitors an opportunity to observe these magnificent predators that are ‘radio-tracked’ from the game-viewing vehicles. Continue north to Etosha National Park, one of the largest game reserves! You will be staying at Ongava Lodg, large herds of plains game concentrate around the waterholes in the dry season, including elephant, lion, leopard, cheetah, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, springbok, oryx, kudu and the diminutive Damara Dik-Dik. You will then drive to the eastern side of Etosha, where you will be staying at Mushara Outpost, situated just 10 km from the Von Lindequist Gate of world-famous Etosha National Park.
The Okavango River which is home to crocodile and hippo is flowing from east to west past the lodge on its final journey towards the Okavango delta, here you will be staying at Hakusembe Lodge.
Continue onto the peaceful and secluded location of RiverDance, located only 24km from the small town of Divundu, it is the ideal base to explore Popa Falls (35km). Mahango Game Reserve (45km) and Bwabwata National Park (NP) are also within 1hours drive from the lodge.
Situated only 400m from the entrance to the Mamili National Park, Nkasa Lupala Tented Lodge is located on the northern unfenced park border in the Wuparo Conservancy. From Nkasa Lupala head to Bakwena Lodge, from the Setswana meaning ‘people of the crocodile’, embraces the surrounding culture and country as inspiration for its style and hospitality. Spend your last two nights at Ilala hotel, which is ideally situated and is the closest to the Victoria Falls as well as the town centre. The National Park borders the front of property and wild animals often graze on the hotel lawns with the spray of the falls in the background.