Nomad Adventures

6 days Delta and Chobe National Park
Tour code: NATVV

A short tour that provides the opportunity to experience the tranquil channels of the Okavango Delta, the game abundant Chobe National Park, and the vibrant town of Victoria Falls.

• The 11 day tour includes a direct transfer from Cape Town/Johannesburg to Victoria Falls and return  by bus.

Day 1. Highlight: Northern Namibia Camp BLD
The day begins with breakfast at Savanna Lodge in Victoria Falls. After a short orientation, we depart via Livingstone in Zambia for Northern Namibia and set up camp for the night on the banks of the Kwando River.

Day 2. Highlight: Okavango Delta, Camp BLD
Our journey into the Okavango is an experience all of its own! We pass through the waterlogged sandveld in a 4x4 vehicle followed by an exhilarating motorboat ride. The evening is spent 'bush camping' in the wild under the stars in the heart of the Delta.

Day 3. Highlight: Okavango Delta Camp BLD
Our time is spent exploring the winding channels and waterways in traditional-style canoes called mokoros. We slow our pace right down, sit back and relax as our local guides or 'polers' share their knowledge of the region and its abundant animal and bird life. We visit a village in the Delta and enjoy an early morning nature walk before the heat of the day sets in. After our day's activities, we arrive at Camp Makwena for a welcome hot shower and a refreshing drink. We spend our last night at this beautiful spot on one of the main flows of the Okavango River.

Day 4. Highlight: Caprivi National Park Camp BLD 
Today we reluctantly leave the Delta, transferring by boat and 4x4 again, before heading back on a long drive into Namibia and camp Kwando in the Caprivi National Park.

Day 5. Highlight: Chobe National Park Camp BLD
The afternoon's activities in the famous Chobe National Park consists of a boat cruise on the Chobe River from where we enjoy a close up view of the animals as they come down to drink. A game drive through the Park will hopefully reward us with sightings of the migrating elephant herds and many other species of game. At the end of a day of exciting game viewing, we return to camp in Kasane for some well-earned rest and a sumptuous meal under the stars.

Day 6. Highlight: Vic Falls BL
We cover the short distance back to Victoria Falls where we usually end the tour as a group by going out for dinner, or you can catch a flight out to your next destination.
Departures

Delta and Chobe 6 day - daily itinerary:
1 - Maun, Botswana, 2/3 - Okavango Delta, 4 - Nata, 5 - Kasane, 6 - Chobe National Park.

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21 days Victoria Falls to Nairobi

The Victoria Falls to Nairobi tour catches the spirit of the true Africa. From Vic Falls to the beautifully clear waters of Lake Malawi, and the friendly and welcoming locals inviting you to experience their culture. Through the winding little streets and bartering markets of the magical Spice Island to the vast and unforgettable plains of the Serengeti and Ngorogoro.

The Tour starts in the busy little town of Victoria Falls, home to all the adrenaline activities that Africa is known for: like Bungi jumping, white water rafting and canoeing on the Zambezi. We leave for Zambia and the bustling city of Lusaka, before entering Malawi for a week of blissful unspoilt beaches, intriguing markets and villages, as well as friendly and memorable people. Scuba diving and canoe trips are some of the activities on offer (optional). The tour will slowly make its way up along the west coast of the lake visiting many of the colourful villages along the way. 

Leaving Malawi we head north through landscapes filled with Baobab and Acacia trees towards the coastal city of Dar Es Salaam. We set up camp just outside Dar at Kanduchi. A ferry ride from the Tanzanian coastline brings us to the magical Spice Island of Zanzibar, a place of endless white beaches, palm trees, warm ocean water and interesting markets. We have a few days to explore this beautiful island and its spice plantations before heading back to Dar Es Salaam. We head northward through the Tanzanian hinterland under the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro to Arusha, our base camp for the next few days. From here we can explore the endless plains of the Serengeti National Park and its abundance of wildlife and spectacular Ngorogoro crater, a wonderful addition to the gallery of great safari experiences. From here it's on to our final destination of Nairobi. Departures

Vic Falls to Nairobi 21 days - daily itinerary:
1 - en route Lusaka, 2 - Lusaka, 3 - en route Lilongwe, 5/6/7 - Cape Maclear, 8/9 - Senga Bay, 10 - Nkata Bay or Karonga, 11 - en route to Dar, 12 - Dar es Salaam, 13/14/15 - Zanzibar, 16 - Moshi, 17 - Arusha.

ONCE A MONTH NAIROBI TO VICTORIA FALLS 23 DAYS
ZIMBABWE ZAMBIA MALAWI TANZANIA KENYA


Day 1 Masai Mara Camp LD
Leaving Nairobi behind we make our way to the Masai Mara National Reserve. We make camp on the edge of the park and have the day inside the reserve to view the game.

Day 2 Lake Naivasha Camp BLD
Today we head for Lake Naivasha, the 'Sunshine Lake'. Before setting up camp for the evening, we have an opportunity to enjoy a brilliant sunset reflected across the beautiful fresh water lake. There are many activities on offer here.
Optional Activities: Hells Gate NP, Elsamere visit

Day 3 Kisumu Camp BLD
Westward from the Rift Valley we pass through verdant plantations of tea, one of Kenya's biggest exports, as we head toward the town of Kisumu on the shore of Lake Victoria.

Day 4 En-Route Camp BLD
En Route to Serengeti we overnight in the small town of Musomo at a wonderful campsite on the banks of Lake Victoria.

Day 5 Serengeti NP Camp BLD
The Serengeti is what many visitors consider to be the best game viewing in Africa. If you are lucky enough to travel between the months of July and September you may witness the annual animal migration.

Day 6 Ngorongoro Crater Camp BLD
From the Serengeti we scale the outer slopes of the Ngorongoro Crater. This World Heritage site has a concentration of fauna and flora that is second to none. We hire 4x4's to travel down to the crater floor and spend the morning (or afternoon) gamedriving.

Day 7 Karatu Camp BLD
Leaving the Ngorongoro Crater behind, we spend the night in Karatu before venturing off to Arusha the following day.

Day 8 Arusha Camp BLD
In the early afternoon we arrive at our camp outside Arusha, the safari capital of Tanzania. Also known as the “Centre of Africa,” Arusha is half way between Cairo and Cape Town.

Day 9 Dar es Salaam Camp BLD
We leave Arusha and drive in the shadow of Mt Kilimanjaro across vast tracts of savannah to the coast and the port city of Dar es Salaam 'Haven of Peace' Tanzania's main commercial centre.

Day 10/11/12 Zanzibar Own Arrangements
Zanzibar conjures up images of idyllic, sandy, palm fringed beaches, romantic winding cobbled alleys and lush tropical forest.
Optional Activities: Spice, Slave and Dolphin Tour.

Day 13 Dar es Salaam Camp D
Today we reluctantly leave Zanzibar and head back to Dar es Salaam and return to our campsite. The evening can be spent reminiscing over a cool drink.

Day 14 En Route Camp BLD
Leaving the port city of Dar behind, we travel southwest through Mikumi National Park towards our campsite before heading for the famous Lake Malawi.

Day 15/16 Chitimba Camp BLD
We travel to the northern part of the lake, close to the Livingstonia Mountains where we camp on the lakeshore. For the energetic a hike up to the Mission is a rewarding experience.
Optional Activities:Livingstone Mission Hike.

Day 17/18 Kande Beach Camp BLD
This is one of the more famous spots in Malawi there is lots to do at Kande Beach.
Optional Activities: Horses, Sailing, Water-sports etc…

Day 19 Luwawa Forest Camp BLD
We climb up in to the mountains to the Luwawa forest, above the Great Rift Valley. A hike through the forest may reward you with a glimpse of some of its secretive wildlife.

Day 20 Chipata Camp BLD
Today we cross the border from Malawi to Zambia. Our campsite outside Chipata is an ideal pace to take a walk and stretch the legs.

Day 21 Lusaka Camp BLD
Our route towards the bustling Zambian capital of Lusaka takes us along an interesting route. We set up camp and enjoy the evening relaxing after our long drive.

Day 22 Livingstone Camp BLD
Heading for Livingstone, we set up camp by the mighty Zambezi River and enjoy a game viewing sunset cruise in the evening while re-living our adventure of the last three weeks.

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