After spending your first night in the Capital city, start your journey by heading up north to Waterberg Wilderness Lodge situated in a valley at the foot of the magnificent Waterberg Plateau. The lodge is surrounded by the national nature conservancy of Waterberg National Park which is home to a number of threatened species such as buffalo, rhino, leopard, vulture and other antelope. It is also a haven for over 200 species of birds.
Continue north to Etosha National Park, where you will be staying at Onguma Game Reserve is one of Namibia’s best kept secrets. Situated on the eastern side of Etosha, bordering Fisher’s pan, it has so much to offer visitors. The Reserve covers an area of over 34,000ha and incorporates ecological substrata such as savannah, bushveld, omuramba and dry pan.
Kaisosi River Lodge is your next stop, situated 7km east of Rundu, in the Northeast of Namibia, on the banks of the perennial Okavango River and on the route to Popa Falls and the Caprivi. Kaisosi offers you complete relaxation and a true African experience. Nkasa Lupala (formerly known as Mamili) National Park is wild, you will spend the night here. This adventurous watery wonderland of wildlife rich islands, river channels and wetlands, mirrors Botswana’s Okavango Delta.
Make your way to Chobe Safari Lodge, which is in Kasane, on the banks of the Chobe River, and shares a border with Chobe National Park. Right on the lodge doorstep is the meeting of four African countries: Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia. Chobe Safari Lodge therefore offers an excellent getaway location to Chobe, Victoria Falls or the Caprivi.
You will spend your last two nights at the Zambezi Sun Hotel. The spectacular Victoria Falls, the world’s widest curtain of falling water and previously one of the seven natural wonders of the world, is at the centre of Livingstone, which is fast becoming the adventure capital of Southern Africa.