DESERT PLAINS BECOMES A PASSAGEWAY FOR AFRICAN ELEPHANT UNTIL WE REACH THE GREAT RUMBLING WATERS OF THE ZAMBESI

The water has its own story to tell. Listen carefully, and each of Africa’s mighty rivers will whisper a different story in your ear. The majestic Chobe River, the mighty Zambezi, the unforgiving Okavango and the dark Kwando – the rivers are where the stories of Africa are acted out. Where daily dramas unfold against spectacular backdrops.

Tales of adventures, tales of love, tales of death, tales of survival. Tender stories and brutal ones. The rivers are where it all happens. Listen carefully.

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Notable Features
Victoria Falls, Caprivi, Zambezi Region, Etosha and the Namib

  • Deep windblown Kalahari sands, Zambezi teak and wild teak forests, Sanctuary to large game species The Okavango and Kwando rivers and their associated floodplains are important habitats with reedbeds, floating grass mats and woodlands.
  • Community-based tourism, joint ventures that forms part of the world’s largest (278 132 km2) KavangoZambezi (KaZa) Transfrontier Conservation Area.
  • Best time of year to travel are the dry months of May – January.
  • Mostly warm weather with mild winters.
  • Two days of long drives interspersed with game drives and boat rides.
  • Average temperatures in the very high 20’s °C (85+ °F).
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– Land of Dreams –

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