FISH RIVER CANYON, ETOSHA
15Day, 14Nights Safari
Discover the fascinating wilderness of this prehistoric land between the rugged beauty of the Kalahari and Namib Desert to the animal rich Etosha, from the deep Valleys, unforgiving Atlantic Ocean and spectacular Sundowners.
Enjoy this contrast Landscape of this country in a pleasant way with Thakadu African Safaris
|Kimberly-Diamond hole||Game Drive|
|Museum||Boat cruise in the Atlantic|
|Fish River Canyon|
|Windhoek, Walsvis Bay|
Total 6 000Km
Recommended May to October
Per Person Sharing
|1-2 People||$5 000||€3 600|
|3-4 People||$3 700||€2 650|
|5-6 People||$3 150||€2 250|
|7-9 People||$2 950||€2 100|
|Entrance fees and government taxes.||Lunches, Dinner and all beverages.|
|Transport to and from Airports.||Excluding all Visas.|
|Conservation fees and all activities mentioned above.||All personal expenses.|
|Bed and breakfast, 1 Dinner|
|1||Airport Pick upKimberly||Big Hole||LunchThe biggest Manmade Diamond hole in the World|
|2||Upington||Augrabies falls||6th Biggest Waterfall in the world|
|3||Cross Border To Namibia||Fish River Canyon||2nd Biggest Canyon in the world|
|4||Keetmanshoop||Quever tree Forest|
|5||Solitaire||Dune 45||Highest Sand dune in the world|
|6||Solitaire||Sesriem Canyon /Sossusvlei|
|8||Swakopsmund||Dolphin + Seal CruiseCity Tour|
|9||Khorixas||BrandbergRock Finger||Namibia’s Highest mountain 2579m|
|13||Kalahari||Game Viewing||Cross border back to South Africa|
|14||Kalahari||Game Viewing||Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park|
|15||Back to OR Tambo Airport||Lunch|
Kimberly – Big Diamond hole – 150 years ago, the site of the Big Hole was a featureless, flat-topped Hill. Then word spread that diamonds had been discovered. Soon thousands of prospectors, armed with nothing more than picks, shovels and hope, descended on Kimberley and created the largest hand-dug excavation in the world.
Today what remains is a massive crater 214m deep with a surface area of 17 ha and a perimeter of 1.6km. It is surrounded by original buildings from the heyday of the mine, relocated from earlier sites to form an unforgettable open air visitor experience.
Augrabie Falls National Park
In 1775 a Swedish mercenary soldier, Hendrik Wikar, deserted from the garrison at Cape Town and wandered off into the wilderness of the north. On 6 October 1778, after three years of wandering, he became the first European to see the great waterfall on the Orange River at what the Khoi-Khoi called Aukoerbis (the place of the great noise). In that month the waterfall would not have been in full slate. At a peak flood, 405 million litres of water go over the falls every minute in a direct drop of 85 meters, with a cataract fall below the direct plunge of 54m. In such a flood there are 19 separate waterfalls tumbling nearly 92m into the upper end of a prodigious gorge eroded in a massive granite barrier. The circular crater- like pool below the falls in 92m in diameter and 130m deep.
Fish River Canyon – 161km long, 27km wide and up to 550m deep. This Canyon is the second largest canyon in the world.
Swakopmund – With its old-world charm, temperate climate and German background, Swakopmund is indeed the tourist mecca of Namibia, offering not only scenic beauty such as an unspoiled landscape and excellent easily accessible fishing spots, all modern amenities and facilities to cater or tourist.
Etosha National park – This Nature reserve was in 1907 declared as National Park. This park is 223 000 square km and is the heart is the 5 000 Square km saltpan, that only carries water in the rainy season. Etosha carries the most concentration of animals and animal spices in Namibia.
|Itinerary can change due to unforeseen circumstances.|
Terms of payments: 50% non-refundable payment on booking. Trip may however be postponed to a later date. Balance is payable in cash on arrival.
Please enquire for the best price before booking.
Prices may change without notice.