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Namibia is a vast country with a surface area of 824 268 km2, it is about four times the size of the United Kingdom and 27 times the size of Belgium. Blessed with bountiful sunshine, an abundance of wildlife and an intriguing variety of flora and fauna. Attributes that make it a country to which visitors return again and again are the friendliness and cultural diversity of its people, and above all, the pristine quality and extraordinary beauty of its landscape. The country derives its name from the Namib Desert, a unique geological feature renowned for the unusual and haunting quality of its landscape.  Far from being lifeless and barren, this narrow strip of moist coastal desert features an unusual variety of desert-adapted flora and fauna. The country can be divided into four distinct topographical regions.  Of these the most definitive is possibly the Namib Desert, which consists of a 50 km – 140 km wide coastal plain extending along the entire coastline, interspersed with dune belts, dry riverbeds and deeply eroded canyons.  The central plateau, which runs from north to south, has an average altitude of between 1,000 m and 2,000 m.  This plateau gradually falls away towards the east, where a sandy strip of land merges into the level expanse of the Kalahari Desert.  Dense, bush covered plains to the northeast of the Etosha Pan included the high-rainfall areas of Kavango and Caprivi, typified by woodland savannah and riverine vegetation.

Botswana is one of the few remaining destinations in Africa that still provides a good sense of adventure while on safari. Its expansive game parks and preserves, while offering wildlife as diverse and abundant as that found anywhere else, are still largely undeveloped and untamed. Botswana lies immediately to the north of South Africa. It is bordered on the north and west by Namibia, on the north and east by Zimbabwe, and is connected by a narrow strip of land on the northern border to Zambia. Its territory consists almost entirely of a broad, flat, arid subtropical plateau, though there are hills in the eastern part of the country. Chobe National Park, in northwest Botswana, has one of the largest game concentrations in Africa continent. By size, this is the third largest park of the country, after the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and the Gemsbok National Park, and is the most diverse. This is also the country’s first national park…

Destinations:    Windhoek, Okonjima, Etosha National Park, Grootfontein, Okavango Delta Botswana, Ghanzi area & Gobabis area
Date:    01st October – 20th October 2011
Duration:    20 Days
Park fees:    All park fees

Transfers:    All road transfers
Accommodation:    En suite accommodation at the following: Safari Court Hotel, Okonjima Lodge, Okaukuejo Resort, Namutoni Resort,  Roys camp, Mahangu Safari Lodge, Thamalaka Lodge, Moremi Game Reserve,  Savuti camp, Motswiri Lodge & Sandune Lodge.
Camping:    4 nights in the delta; catered camping
Meals:    Meals as listed in itinerary

Quoted price: 2011

7 pax:

Day 1 – 20
GBP 4,850.00 per person sharing
GBP 1,100.00 single supplement

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