Dumera Safaris | Agence Francophone Safari Namibie Botswana
Wildlife experience and culture in Northeastern Namibia
10 days / 9 nights

Day 1 : Arrive in Windhoek International Airport where you will be met by your guide. You’ll then drive north, via Okahandja – an important centre for woodcarvers – to Okonjima Lodge. Okonjima is the home of the AfriCat Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation and protection of Namibian wild cats, in particular leopards and cheetahs. Enjoy the opportunity to admire and photograph these predators.
 One night at Okonjima Lodge.

Days 2 & 3 : Heading north, via the Hoba Meteorite, you’ll arrive at Fiume Bush Lodge where you’ll get a glimpse into the lives of the San Bushmen. Here you can participate in various activities and learn about these remarkable people, their history and culture.

Days 4 & 5 : Travel further north via Rundu to the Popa Falls. Visit one of the traditional Kavango villages before arriving at Mahango Lodge. Here you’ll head off on a sundowner boat cruise on the Okavango River to savour the scenery. There’s also the opportunity for gameviewing in the nearby Mahango National Park.
 Two nights at the Mahango Lodge, where you can listen the ripple of the Okavango River.

Days 6 & 7 : You’ll then head to Lianshulu Lodge which offers the opportunity to experience a wild and untouched island on the remote Kwando River. Here you’ll also head off on game expeditions through the Mudumu National Park. Two nights at Lianshulu Lodge.

Days 8 & 9 : Crossing the border to Botswana, you’ll drive to Kasane where you will stay two nights in the Chobe Bush Lodge http://underonebotswanasky.com/camps/chobe-bush-lodge.php. Here you’ll enjoy gamedrives in the Chobe National Park, which boasts the highest concentration of elephants in Africa, and boat cruises along the Chobe River.

Day 10 : End of the trip at Victoria Falls Airport