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Namibian Wildlife, a self-drive Safari
Leaflove Self-Drive Tour: Exploring the Wildlife-Rich Etosha & Caprivi in Namibia
A journey for nature and wildlife enthusiasts to the “Namibian Okavango Delta.”
This trip is primarily focused on wildlife observation, biodiversity, and wildlife photography. If you want to see many animals, there is no better and more diverse program. You will start on the central high plateau and visit two private conservation areas where you can observe and photograph Africa’s apex predators along with a wide variety of other animals.
The pronounced contrast between the dry semi-desert areas of the western and eastern Etosha National Parks and the water-rich dry forests, wetlands, and rivers of the Okavango, Kwando, and Chobe in the Caprivi Strip, due to the different habitats, offers a diversity of wildlife and plants that few other African countries can match.
Self-drive yet still informed:
We always put together our trips to be informative and enriching. While you’ll drive the connecting routes yourself, we are happy to arrange the necessary locally guided game drives and activities for you on-site.
Indicative prices for 2024
|Teilnehmer pro Fahrzeug||natürlich||klassisch||edel|
|1 Person||5.946.00 €||7.601.00 €||12.099.00 €|
|2 Personen||4.424.00 €||6.080.00 €||10.577.00 €|
|3 Personen||3.916.00 €||5.573.00 €||10.069.00 €|
|4 Personen||3.663.00 €||5.319.00 €||9.816.00 €|
|Einzelzimmer||488.00 €||771.00 €||2.112.00 €|
Services not included
We are happy to answer frequently asked questions in advance
If you are particularly interested in abundant wildlife, the months of September to November would be ideal. In February to March there are many birds but few mammals.
The risk of mosquito bites is very high in the months of January to May and you should definitely take precautions and protect yourself against mosquito bites. The months of June to November are hardly dangerous, but you should still protect yourself from mosquito bites and/or even take prophylaxis.
A lot of self-drivers now drive through the deep sand stretches of the Caprivi. If you follow the rules, use the four-wheel drive carefully and keep away from the elephant herds, everything should go well. If you are not comfortable with these short distances, we can plan the trip so that you only travel on safe routes and stay at accommodation that is easier to reach.
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This Safari was last updated on 30. November 2023 @ 15:58.