18 days from/to Windhoek
Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe
Price on request

This guided Lodge – Safari takes you to the green, water -rich Sambesiregion – Caprivi strip of Namibia with its numerous national parks, for Chobe NationAlpark in Botswana, the Victoria Waterfalls in Zimbabwe and the fascinating Okavango Delta. The Kavango, the Kwando, the Zambezi and the Chobe River are visited.  


  • The water-rich, green Sambesiregion (formerly Caprivi) with its fascinating, animal-rich national parks
  • Safaris with animal watching in Namibia: in the Bwabwata National Park (Buffalo and Susuwe area), Mudumu National Park and Mahango National Park
  • Safari with animal watching in the Chobe National Park in Botswana
  • Sundowner and boat ride with animal watching on the Chobe River
  • Full-day boat trip in the Okavango Delta
  • Visit to the gigantic Victoria waterfalls in Zimbabwe
  • Activities such as: helicopter flights, rafting, bungee jumping possible (optional)
  • Boat trips with animal observation, Tigerfishing, Mokorofahrten possible (optional)
  • Visit of a traditional village of the San/Bushmen
Group size3 – 4
Accommodation in a double roomrationsguide
Entrance fees in Nambia and Botswanafull day boat trip in the Okavango DeltaGamedrives in 5 National Parks in Namibia and Botswana
visa fees

Additional Information

Trip TypeLodge
NoteThis safari can also be booked with 15 days or 21 days. Ask us, we will be happy to advise you.

Day 1 Arrival: Windhoek-Omaruru

Welcome to Namibia!

Arrival at Windhoek International Airport, here you will be expected by your German-speaking Rafiki-X-Dream tour guide, then the journey through Windhoek (here you can still do some shopping) to Omaruru. Omaruru is regarded as the "artist town" of Namibia. At the common sundowner and dinner under shady acacia trees questions can still be answered.
Overnight: DZ in guesthouse with pool (a)


Day 2: Omaruru-Grootfontein

From Omaruru we drive via Otjiwarongo towards Grootfontein. If you are interested, we can visit the farm Tonningii. This is a family run winery in the picturesque Otavi Mountains. Here you will find a guided tour of Namibian vineyards followed by a wine tasting. Towards late afternoon, the journey continues into Busch Mann land. We will reach our accommodation at 17.00.
Overnight: DZ Lodge/Guesthouse near Grootfontein (F, M, a)



Day 3: Busch Mann Land

Today it goes to Grashoek, here in Busch Mann land the Bushmen (SAN) in a traditional living museum, give an insight into the everyday life, the life and the traditions of the bush people. Back at our accommodation we have time to relax.
Overnight: DZ Lodge/Guesthouse near Grootfontein (F, M, a)



Day 4: Grootfontein-Divundu

The journey leads us further to the northeast, after the veterinary fence we reach the "wild Namibia". Near Divundu, in the Mobola Lodge of Alex and Maja, directly at the Kavango River, we stay for 3 nights. We enjoy our sundowner at the bar - on an island in the Kavango.
Overnight: DZ Chalet of the Mobola Lodge with pool (F, M, a)



Day 5: Buffalo National Park

Early in the morning we take a game drive to nearby Buffalo National Park, which is known for its large herds of buffalo and the numerous waterfowl. With a little luck we can also see Saber antelope and the rare Wilddogs.
Overnight: DZ Chalet of the Mobola Lodge with pool (F, M, a)



Day 6: Mahango National Park

We visit the Mahango National Park on the border to the Okavango Delta in the morning, later there is the opportunity to relax by the pool and the possibility to use optional activities such as: fishing, sundowner boating etc.
Overnight: DZ Chalet of the Mobola Lodge with pool (F, M, a)



Day 7: Divundu-Mudumu National Park

From Divundu it goes through the new Bwabwata National Park in the Caprivi Strip (Zambezi region) to our accommodation right on the Kwando. We stay at a lodge right on the Kwando River, stay here for 2 nights. In the afternoon we take a game drive into the Mudumu part of the Bwabwata National Park. With a little luck, we meet the huge herds of elephants who quench their thirst by the river here in the evening.
Overnight: DZ Lodge am Kwando with pool (f, M, a)



Day 8: Bwabwata National Park-Horseshoe

Today we are taking a Gamedrive in the Susuwe part of the Bwabwata National Park. At the famous horseshoe of the Kwando River we have the possibility to see elephants, hippos, crocodiles as well as countless antelopes. If you are interested and if we still have enough time, you can visit the tribe of the Mafwe or the Mashi (optional). The Living museum offers visitors an interesting insight into the lives of these tribes. The museum consists of a traditionally built village. The focus of the presentation is on getting to know their original way of life and pre-colonial culture.
Overnight: DZ Lodge am Kwando with pool (f, M, a)



Day 9: Divundu-Vicfalls/Zimbabwe

On this day we cross two borders: at Katima Mulilo the border with Botswana, here we drive through a part of the well-known Chobe National Park. Later we come to the border to Zimbabwe, so that we arrive at our destination, the town of Vicfalls, at the Victoria waterfalls of the Zambezi. Upon our arrival you will visit the gigantic Victoria waterfalls.
The first European to see the Victoria Falls with his own eyes was the Scottish missionary and Africa traveller David Livingstone. Deeply impressed, he described the waterfall as "the most beautiful one he ever saw in Africa" and named it Victoria Falls in honour of the British kings of that time, Victoria. The indigenous Kolo call the waterfall Mosi-oa-Tunya (thundering smoke). The name refers to the water spray, which rises from the falls up to 300 m and can still be seen up to 30 km away.
Overnight: DZ Hotel in Vicfalls with pool (f, M, a)



Day 10: Vicfalls

In the morning you besichtit the gigantic Victoria waterfalls and otherwise this day is available for optional activities such as: whitewater rafting, bungy jumping, helicopter flights over the waterfalls and various other activities. Company. Or take a time trip to the colonial era and enjoy a coffee or sundowner in the traditional Victoria Falls hotel.
Overnight: DZ Hotel in Vicfalls with pool (f, M, a)



Day 11: Vicfalls-Kazan/Botswana

It goes back: Over the border to Botswana we drive to the town of Kazan. Kazan is located in the four-corner of Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Simbawe on the Chobe, which also forms the northeastern border of the Chobe National Park, and near the mouth of the Chobe in the Zambezi. Enjoy.
Overnight: Dz Lodge/Guesthouse in Kazana (F, M, a)



Day 12: Kazan-Chobe National Park

In the famous, animal-rich Chobe National Park, we are now undertaking a Gamedrive. We hope to see elephants and hippos and with some luck lions. For the Sundowner there is another highlight on the programme: a boat trip on the famous Chobe River (optional, highly recommended). From the boat there are unforgettable impressions of the African fauna.
Overnight: DZ Lodge/Guesthouse in Kazan (F, M, a)



Day 13: Kazan-Divundu/Namibia

It's going back to Namibia. In Katima Mulilo we fill up our supplies and drive through the Bwabwata National Park, to Divundu. This is where the Popa falls, less about waterfalls than rapids. A lodge on Kavango is our accommodation, there in the late afternoon there is the possibility to a sundowner boat to the Popawasserfällen (optional, highly recommended).
Overnight: DZ Lodge AM Kavango (F, M, a)



Day 14: Divundu-Mahango National Park

We will stay one more day at our lodge at Kavango. In the morning there is a Gamedrive in the Mahango National Park on the border to the Okavango Delta. The afternoon is free of charge, for example for relaxing by the pool or for boat trips on the Kavango.
Overnight: DZ Lodge AM Kavango (F, M, a)

Day 15: Divundu-Okavango Delta/Botswana

Today it goes to Botswana to the dreamlike Okavango Delta. Here we stay the next two nights in our camp at the Okavago Delta.
Overnight: Tented camp overlooking the lagoon (F, M, a)



Day 16: Okavango Delta

We enjoy the day at the Okavango Delta. After breakfast, it is a full-day boat to the Okavango Delta for animal watching.
Overnight: Tented camp overlooking the lagoon (F, M, a)



Day 17: Okavango Delta-Gobabis/Namibia

It goes back to Namibia. Our accommodation is located in Namibia near the border.
Overnight: Dz Lodge near Gobabis (F, M, a)

Day 18: Gobabis-Windhoek

The Safari is over. Drive to Windhoek to the international airport and return home


Price from: Price on request – depending on time of stay, number of participants and type and availability of accommodation

Duration: 18 days from/to Windhoek

Number of participants: Minimum 3 – 6 persons

Travel Dates 2019: The dates of travel can be determined individually on request.

Number of participants: Minimum 3 – 6 persons

As with all our Rafiki X-Dream Safaris We try to consider your individual wishes.

Would you like to change the route, a shorter or longer tour, an exclusive safari for 2 people?

Please contact us, we are happy to assist you.

Tented camp on Kavango-Namibia
herd of elephants at Horseshoe-Bwabwata National Park-Namibia
Beware of Crocs
Water crossing in the Caprivi
Camp am Kwando-Namibia
Namibia-Wooden bridge in the Caprivi
View of the Victoria Falls
deep sand in the Caprivi
On the Kavango border with Angola
Buffalo in Buffalo National Park-Namibia
Elephants in Mahango National Park-Namibia
Kavango Namibia-Hippo
Rafting at the Vicfalls
Giraffes in the Caprivi
Lion in Chobe National Park-Botswana
Leopard in Chobe National Park
Gefrässiges Hippo in Chobe National Park
Hippos in Mahango National Park-Namibia
Chalet of the Mobola Lodge in the Caprivi
At the Living Museum of the San in Grashoek
San in the Bushmanland in Grashoek
Fishing on the Kavango
Caprivi-traditionell transport
Buffalo in the Caprivi
Elephants in the Bwabwata National Park Namibia