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Our guests satisfaction is our main priority. You dream about travelling to Africa, Kaoko Adventure Safaris will turn your dream into a real African adventure with our customised tours and safaris.

Tailor-made Tours

We create tailor made tours to fit into your time frame and budget. Our team of experts will put together a truly African experience package as per your request and specification. Choose between luxury, mid range or budget accommodation or a mix. All tours and safaris leave from Windhoek, Namibia. We cover the whole of Namibia and the best of Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Destinations in Namibia include: Kalahari Desert, Fish River Canyon, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Damaraland, Kaokoland, Opuwo, Epupa Falls, Etosha National Park, Mahango National Park, Zambezi.

Destinations in Botswana include: Chobe National Park.

Destinations in Zambia/Zimbabwe include: Victoria Falls.

Contact Us

For customised tours Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe, contact us directly at info@kaokoadventuresafaris.com or fill in our online booking form.

Southern Africa customised tours destinations

Namibia

Only a few destinations are mentioned here, but there are many more wonderful places to visit. Feel free to request our advice.

Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park is one of Namibia's main attractions and wildlife areas. It was proclaimed a national game reserve in 1907 and currently covers an area of 22 000 square kilometres, of which approximately 4 700 square km is covered by the magnificent Etosha Pan. The Etosha Pan is a flat depression created many years ago by constant geological change. The Park is named after this endless white Pan. The first native tribe at the Park referred to the shimmering mirages on the endless horizon of the park as Etosha.

This park boast over fifty species of game and over two hundreds bird species. There is a huge population of springboks in the park amongst others. The contrasting vegetation zones of the Etosha National Park make it one of the best game viewing parks in Africa and it is a prime photographic destination boasting some good birding opportunities.

Sossusvlei

Sossusvlei is a Unesco World Heritage Site. It is a clay pan covered in a crust of clay-rich sand reached through a dune corridor. It has been shaped over time by the Tsauchab river. Actual flooding of the pan is a relatively rare event, and even in very wet years the river does not reach the Atlantic Ocean but drains away between the dunes of Sossusvlei. It is a perfect specimen of Namibia's unspoilt desert beauty, the desert colours are amazing and photographic opportunities are plentiful, especially at dawn and sunset. This photogenic area is famous for its large, red sand dunes, which are some of the tallest in the world. You can even climb up the dunes yourself. Dune 45 is situated close to the entry gate and is a much-photographed and often-climbed dune.

Fish River Canyon

Nowhere else in Africa will you find anything quite like the Fish River Canyon. Whether you're getting a taste of the sheer scale and beauty of the place from one of the lookouts, or hiking for five days to immerse yourself in its multifaceted charm, the Fish River Canyon is a special place. The Canyon forms part of the state-run Ais-Ais Richtersveld Transfontier Park. Entrance to the Park is situated 10 kilometres from the well-known view point, Hell's Bend, at the Hobas Rest camp. It is important to know that during the summer month the Canyon hike is closed due to the heat.

Twyfelfontein

Twyfelfontein is situated in Damaraland and one of the the largest concentrations of petroglyphs ever made by man. The San people not only painted on the rocks, they engraved on them. Their paintings express what the they were going through at that time. We can derive and interpret a lot of information from these mysterious images from time gone by, be it about their culture, traditional healing, importance of individual animals to them and more.
There are a host of other available activities in the area, including tracking the elusive desert Elephants, visiting the Burned Mountain and the Organ Pipes, a geological phenomenon. The Damara culture is at your disposal at their Open Air Living Museum and a visit to the Petrified Forest is a unique experience and worth seeing.

Botswana

Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta in Botswana is a swampy inland delta formed where the Okavango River reaches a tectonic trough in the central part of the endorheic basin of the Kalahari. All the water reaching the delta is ultimately evaporated and does not flow into any sea or ocean.
The Okavango river originates in the high mountains of Angola. There is something elemental about this Unesco World Heritage site: the rising and falling of its waters; the daily drama of its wildlife encounters; its soundtrack of lion roars, saw-throated leopard barks and the extraordinary birdlife.
Considered one of Nature's masterpieces, the Okavango Delta offers visitors an insight into one of Africa's truly great wildernesses. This vast and virtually untouched freshwater wetland lies at the heart of Botswana's arid Kalahari Desert yet supports an abundance of wildlife within a setting of dazzling natural beauty.

Zambia/Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls is one of the seven natural wonders of the world, locally known as Mosi-oa-Tunya (smoke that thunders). It is here that the mighty Zambezi River plummets over a cliff and into the Boiling Pot before flowing through a series of gorges.
The first European to discover Victoria Falls was Scottish missionary and explorer, David Livingstone, who wrote in his journal that no one can imagine the beauty of the view from anything witnessed in England. It had never been seen before by European eyes, but scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by the angels in their flight.

Lion roar, Namibia Tourist and guide at Epupa Falls Hornbill with chameleon in beak.
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