ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK
This 14 Day Four Rivers Safari is the ultimate two-week accommodated adventure starting in the capital city of Windhoek. This safari will visit some of the best national parks and game reserves on the route. This safari is perfect for those travellers that seek a road less travelled filled with wildlife, culture, birdlife and most certainly adventure. The diversity of our destinations will first of all offer a great attraction to our travellers.
The Four Rivers Safari will visit the Okavango and also the Kwando river before entering the Chobe and Zambezi river. These rivers are known for riverine forests and conservancies that are, as a result, home to a variety of southern Africa’s best wilderness. The highlight of our safari will most probably be our visit to the Okavango panhandle. The Okavango river forms part of one of the largest inland deltas in the world namely the Okavango Delta. The Okavango river gives life to the Kalahari basin of Botswana because of an annual flood from Angola.
These waterways are, hence this reason, an ideal habitat for Africa’s wildlife and bird life. The local communities along these waterways live a minimalistic lifestyle. As a result they also travel along this magic water source on their local canoes dug out from a tree stump called a mokoro. The four rivers safari offers a contrast of Namibia’s landscapes which changes into riverine forests with local communities.
We highly recommend this safari which most certainly let you see the Etosha National Park from a different perspective.
Min of 4 people secures a departure.
Max 7 people per safari.
You can book a private safari with a min of 4 people.
The Four Rivers Safari is a fully inclusive safari package which aims to focus on Wildlife, Flora, Bird life and also cultures of Namibia and Botswana.
Rated Best combination Accommodated Wildlife Safari This Season.
|Per person sharing||USD 4250|
|Single supplement||USD 350|
Windhoek – Erindi Private Game Reserve.
We depart early morning around 7:30 am from Windhoek. We will meet all our travellers at Joe’s Beer House at 5 pm the day before our departure date. Our First Day is a drive towards one of Namibia’s Best private Game Reserves, Namely Erindi Game Reserve. We will spend our afternoon on a game drive, and this is a perfect introduction to the wildlife safari that awaits us.
Etosha National Park
After our visit to Erindi Game Reserve, we proceed to visit Etosha National Park. The Etosha National Park is the most significant wildlife conservation area within Namibia. The Park is known for the large dried out Lake in the centre of the park namely the Etosha Pan. The next two days we will be on game drives and explore the wildlife of Namibia’s Largest National Park.
Roy’s Camp – Bushmanland – Bushman experience.
We depart Etosha National Park and leave the wildlife behind us. Our journey will take us towards the northern Part of Namibia, and we make our way towards Bushmanland. The Khoi San people live within this region, and we will support and visit a local community. We aim to explore and learn from the Khoi San people, to understand their minimalistic ways of life.
Okavango Pan Handle.
We Safari will take us towards the northern Zambezi Region in Namibia. The Okavango is a lush riverine forest area, with some of the principal tributary rivers of the Okavango Delta. Our Base will be on the banks of the Okavango river. The Okavango Pan Handle is the perfect location from where we will explore the main Okavango river and the abundance of wildlife in this region.
Our Journey continues along the Zambezi region towards the Kwando River. The Kwando is another wildlife conservation area within Namibia. The Kwando is home to some of the more rare species of animals that we have within Namibia. We will explore the wildlife on some game drives and boat trips in the Kwando.
Chobe National Park – Kasane
Chobe National Park needs no introductions. The Chobe is one of the best wildlife regions in Botswana. Our stay will be in the neighbouring town of Kasane. The Town Kasane is on the banks of the chobe river and offers a variety of lodge accommodations The next two days we will use Kasane as our base. We will conduct some game drives and boat trips in and along the Chobe national park. Chobe park is known for the large herds of elephants amongst the abundance of wildlife.
The final leg of our safari will take us to the natural wonder of The Victoria Waterfalls. Our stay will be in the Town Victoria Falls, and it is on the border of the Zambezi river and waterfalls. This visit to Victoria Falls is a great way to end our Four Rivers safari. Our safari will end on arrival in Victoria Falls, and we will spend the final afternoon and dinner together.
We say our final goodbyes before our new traveller friends depart for their destinations after breakfast.