Three countries in one trip, this unique itinerary lets you visit Namibia, Botswana and Zambia in one go. Here you start your trip at the Victoria Falls before setting off through Chobe National Park (Botswana) and then onto some of the best parts of Namibia, or in reverse order. Either way, this is a unique journey which we can’t promote enough, it truly is a great adventure for all.


Low Season January – June | November | December

from £3,966.00 per person based on two sharing a vehicle

from £3,116.00 per person based on four sharing a vehicle

High Season July | August | September | October

from £4,556.00 per person based on two sharing a vehicle

from £3,556.00 per person based on four sharing a vehicle


Dunes & Falls ITINERARY

  • DAY 1 Waterberry Lodge, Livingstone

    Arrive in Livingstone where you will be met by a member of our team and taken to Waterberry Lodge, located on the banks of the Zambezi River, amongst Mopane woodland, yet only 45 minutes from Livingstone town and Victoria Falls. This is a great place to relax after your long flight and to gather your energy for the exciting adventure ahead! Afternoon at leisure.
  • DAY 2 Waterberry Lodge, Livingstone

    Today you will be introduced on your vehicle by Kate, manager of Safari Drive Zambia, have a driver safety training course and stock up on food supplies before embarking on your trip. Of course at some point during your two days in Livingstone you must make time to see the majestic Victoria Falls.
  • DAY 3 & 4 Ihaha Campsite, Chobe National Park

    Today you make your way across the border into Botswana to Ihaha campsite on the Chobe River in Chobe National Park. You will have two nights here to enable you to have a full day of game driving in this area.
  • DAY 5 & 6 Nkasa Lupala Tented Camp

    Today you will cross the border into Namibia’s Caprivi Strip and drive to Nkasa Lupala Tented Lodge which is built on the banks of one of the many channels of the Kwando-Linyanti river system. This unique Namibian wetland paradise in the eastern Caprivi region, is commonly known as Mamili and was recently renamed Nkasa Lupala National Park. Accommodation is in 10 tented units all elevated on stilts with en-suite bathrooms, fans and mosquito nets. Electricity and hot water are supplied by solar power.
  • DAY 7 Ndhovu Exclusive Campsite

    You carry on driving along the Caprivi Strip today, watching out on the road for pot holes, people and animals! The exclusive campsite is on the banks of the river and is completely private to you - offering a very unique camping experience.
  • DAY 8 Hakusembe River Lodge, Rundu

    Today you drive to Rundu and Hakusembe River Lodge which sits just above the beautiful Okavango flood plain. The air-conditioned riverside chalets are very comfortable and there is also a swimming pool set in immaculate gardens. The restaurant is good and serves good hearty buffets every evening. There is also a jetty and you can hire fishing rods for a small fee if you’d like to try a spot of fishing whilst enjoying a sundowner.
  • DAY 9 & 10 Onguma Campsite, just outside Etosha National Park

    Today you have a long drive ahead, so you should make an early start in order to reach the Onguma Reserve. Here you will be staying in either of two campsites on the Onguma Reserve, Leadwood or Tamboti. At either campsite you are able to have dinner at the nearby lodge or you don't want to cook over a camp fire. You stay here for two nights, so that you can spend a whole day exploring the eastern part of Etosha.
  • DAY 11 Etosha Safari Lodge, Etosha National Park

    This morning you will head for the famous Etosha National Park. You stay at Etosha Safari Lodge.
  • DAY 12 Mowani campsite

    Today you head south to this small campsite (just 7 sites of varying size). The campsites are well-maintained and each has their own facilities (washing up area, firepit, private shower, basin and flush loo. A donkey boiler provides hot water). There is no electricity here but firewood (approx. N$20 per bundle) and water is provided.
  • DAY 13 Spitzkoppe campsite

    Today you will drive to Spitzkoppe, which we think is one of the most beautiful areas in Namibia, consisting of an imposing granite rock formation set in the plains. You can walk in the area and climb up to Bushman’s Paradise, a small basin tucked between the domes of rock, where you can view the rock paintings done by Bushmen of the past and gaze at the amazing view. There are a number of campsites in the area to choose from and most have just basic facilities, i.e. a loo, a fire place and refuse bin. There is one shower by the reception/bar area.
  • DAY 14 & 15 Desert Breeze, Swakopmund

    This morning you will be driving to the coastal town of Swakopmund. This evening you will stay at an unusual but very well run lodge called Desert Breeze which is situated a few minutes drive from town on the banks of the Swakop River. There are 12 en-suite luxury bungalows each with a private sun deck with breathtaking views of the dunes.
  • DAY 16 Sossus Dune Lodge

    Today you continue south to Sossus Dune Lodge and the magnificent dunes of Sossusvlei.
  • DAY 17 & 18 Namibia Rand Hideout

    This morning you drive to NamibRand Hideout, which is a single private site on a farm in the heart of the NamibRand nature reserve. Surrounded by exceptional desert and natural beauty this is a fantastically private and peaceful campsite. The site is available only to one group at a time with up to 8 people. There is a small and simple shower block, solar lighting and the camp also has its own private waterhole. Two nights here allows you to explore this beautiful area.
  • DAY 19 Eningu Clayhouse Lodge

    Today you will drive to Eningu, a wonderful lodge, owner run & where you can relax after your action-packed adventure.
  • DAY 20 Depart Windhoek

    Today you will drive to Windhoek airport for your debrief and vehicle handover before checking in for your flight home.


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