Wil je ons persoonlijk spreken? Bel ons op 026 352 9390. Of vul hier de bestemming waar je meer over wilt weten en je telefoonnummer in en wij bellen je terug (maandag t/m vrijdag tussen 9.00 en 17.00 uur).
(B= breakfast, L= lunch, D= dinner)
Camping - for 16 nights on safari we stay at designated campsites in national parks, on private land and in towns. Campsite facilities are generally very good but in places can be basic. There are hot and cold showers, restaurants, washing facilities and telephones available at most of the campsites. Some camps in Namibia and Botswana have simple reed enclosures for showers but do have flush toilets! Sunway supplies all the camping equipment with the exception of your sleeping bag and pillow. The dome tents we use are 2.2 x 2.2 x 1.8 metres and putting them up or down takes only 5 minutes. Tents have built-in insect nets. We supply mattresses, which are about 5 cm thick, warm and comfortable. The camp chairs have a backrest.
Wild camping - for 2 nights while in the Okavango Delta we camp wild on remote islands. During the dry season we may also camp wild for 1 night on the Makgadikgadi Pans. Wild camps have no facilities; we will need to take our own water and all equipment. Wild camping is very enjoyable but please remember that we leave no trace of our stay and take all rubbish away with us. Toilets will be of the “dig and bury” variety.
Swakopmund, Dunedin Star Guesthouse - twin share rooms with en suite facilities. Restaurant & telephone.
Windhoek, Klein Windhoek Guesthouse - 1 night in Windhoek we stay in a guest house. We may have twin or double rooms all with en suite facilities. The guest house is central and convenient.
Please note: That the accommodation specified above and in the itinerary, is a guide only and is subject to availability. Alternatives will be of a similar standard, and accommodation changes will be made without notice.
On foot - easy to moderate walks throughout the tour – Victoria Falls, Ugab Spitzkoppe, Sossusvlei, Kalahari & Okavango Delta. Duration from ½ - 4 hours.
Mokoro - In the Okavango we use mokoros (dugout canoes), “poled” by our local guides, 2 people and their kit per mokoro.
Open Game vehicles - The transfer into the delta is also with an open 4WD vehicle. This allows us the opportunity to really feel part of the bush, the smells, sounds and of course great views!
Vehicle - for longer distance travel, place to place, we use custom-built Sunway Safari trucks with 12 forward facing seats. Comfortable touring and good for game viewing. Large, sliding windows and viewing hatches give everyone a good view; or Toyota Hiace minibuses with 10 forward facing seats (roof rack and trailer for equipment and baggage). There are a couple of long days of travelling but the vehicles have a comfortable cruising speed. The emphasis of the trip is “getting out and doing things”.
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