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BOTSWANA SAFARI: AND THE NAMIBIAN DESERT
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The ultimate Namibian Desert experiencee and Botswana safari.
Safari Overview
Namibia has rapidly become a distinguished safari destination, well-known for its remote and intimate luxury desert lodges, interaction with the indigenous people as well as the unique desert wildlife. With the Okavango and Linyanti being nearby, many travelers enjoy the contrast of Namibia with a Botswana safari.

Deep in the Namibian desert, huge towering dunes rise dramatically to more than a thousand feet above the Sossusvlei plains where the Little Kulala Camp is located. This is one of the most remarkable sites in the Namib Desert, sited on a 51 900 acres private reserve. Game drives, quadbiking or walking activities are enjoyed on the reserve where guests can spend time taking in the desert scenery and its unique fauna and flora. Incredible ballooning safaris over the Namib are also available allowing a greater appreciation of the breathtaking landscape in all its vast splendor from the air. Star gazing is superb, with the spectacular array of contellations pointed out to you by resident safari guides. There is a rich and colorful African vigor that now liberally blends in with the colonial British and German influences on architecture, food, customs and art, all merging to create a distinctive Namibian character.

An unforgettable experience when combined with the three major game viewing regions of Botswana; the Linyanti, Okavango and Mombo.

" On the edge of the oldest desert in the world, wildlife is sparse but fascinating. The safari in Botswana offers fantastic viewing of all the big mammals of Africa. "

Safari Outline

     
Day 01: Johannesburg Overnight
Day 02: Namibia Little Kulala [view]
Day 03: Namibia Little Kulala Camp
Day 04 Namibia Little Kulala Camp
Day 05: Linyanti Reserve Kings Pool [view]
Day 06: Linyanti Reserve Kings Pool
Day 07: Linyanti Reserve Kings Pool
Day 08: Okavango Delta Jao [view]
Day 09: Okavango Delta Jao Camp
Day 10: Mombo Mombo [view]
Day 11: Mombo Mombo Camp
Day 12: Mombo Mombo Camp
Day 13: Johannesburg Transit
     


From Top: Namibia landscape and activities; Above: Leopard at Mombo; Inset: Mokoro at Okavango Delta. Bottom: Mombo Camp Pool with elephant; Jao Camp. Photos by Wilderness Safaris and Micheal Poliza.

Outline of safari circuit on map

When to go
Seasons
Description of experience
safari cost
(United States Dollars)

July through October

Prime Game Season
The best game viewing occurs within these dry winter months in Botswana. Great time for photography and viewing the dunes. August can be very windy. September is the very best time to go if your plans fall during this month.
US$ 16,940 per person
(based on double room)