Overland tours to Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe

The holy grail of adventure awaits your arrival.

An overland safari in Africa is the pinnacle of all travel experiences and is a once in a lifetime experience to see some of the world’s rarest animals in their natural habitats.

Taking an overland safari allows you to cross borders, see multiple countries, meet traditional, indigenous tribes and really get back to nature.

Africa has vast swathes of amazing scenery and experiences when it comes to taking an overground safari and depending on where you decide to set off from, you can be sure you’re in for the adventure of a lifetime.

Cheetah near Okavango Delta

Namibia tour highlights

Some may choose to explore the more southern African countries of Namibia and Botswana, and it’s here that you’ll be able to witness the epic sand dunes of Namibia. A visit to Namibia will also give you the chance to sandboard down these enormous desert dunes, as well as visit the Etosha National Park. It’s here that you’ll meet the local tribes, and see wild elephants, herds of zebras and even hippos wallowing in the swampy shallows. From the Etosha National Park you can cross the border to Botswana where even more natural wonders await.

Botswana tour highlights

Botswana is home to the stunning Okavango Delta. Although the delta has dried up in previous years, it currently plays hosts to an incredible amount of birdlife, crocodiles and hippos – and in fact is the largest inland delta on Earth!

The delta makes Botswana a fantastically fertile place for other animals due to its many waterways, and it’s here you’ll also be able to spot lions, cheetah, giraffes and more.
Victoria falls

Zimbabwe tour highlights

Botswana presents the gateway to Zimbabwe, otherwise known as the home of the world famous Victoria Falls. This absolutely mammothly spectacular waterfall is the largest in the world measuring a whopping 5,600 ft across and the force of the falls are so powerful that you can even feel the spray from a mile away.

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