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40 Days South Africa Safari

40 Days South Africa Safari

40 Days South Africa Safari40 Days South Africa Safari takes you to Nairobi, Arusha, Karuta, Ngorongoro Crater Expedition, Karuta, Bagamoyo, Zanzibar Island, Mikumi National Park, Iringa, Northern Lake Malawi, Southern Malawi, South Luangwa National Park, Petauke, Lusaka, Victoria Falls, e –Chobe National Park,  Nata,  Maun –Gateway to the Okavango Delta & Windhoek-Etosha

Highlights 40 Days South Africa Safari

  • Day 1: Nairobi – Arusha
  • Day 2: Arusha – Karuta
  • Day 3: Ngorongoro Crater Expedition
  • Day 4: Karuta
  • Day 5: Arusha
  • Day 6: Bagamoyo
  • Day 7,8,9: Zanzibar Island (stone town)
  • Day 10: Mikumi National Park
  • Day 11:  Iringa
  • Day 12: Northern Lake Malawi
  • Day 13: Lake Malawi
  • Day 14: Southern Malawi
  • Day 15: Lake Malawi
  • Day 16,17: South Luangwa National Park, Zambia
  • Day 18:  Petauke
  • Day 19: Lusaka
  • Day 20: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe- Adventure capital of Zimbabwe
  • Day 21: Zimbabwe –Victoria falls
  • Day 22: Victoria falls –Kasane –Chobe National Park
  • Day 23: Nata
  • Day 24: Maun –Gateway to the Okavango Delta
  • Day 25: Okavango Delta
  • Day 26: Maun to Central Kalahari District
  • Day 27: Ghanzi –Windhoek (Namibia)
  • Day 28:  Windhoek-Etosha National Park –Safari
  • Day 29: Etosha National Park
  • Day 30: Etosha – Kamanjab
  • Day 31:  The White Lady & Brandberg
  • Day 32: Sptizkoppe & Swakopmund
  • Day 33: Swakopmund-Adventure capital of Namibia
  • Day 34: Swakopmund –Namib Naukluft
  • Day 35: The highest sand dunes in the World around Sesriem & Sossusvlei
  • Day 36: Quiver Tree Forest
  • Day 37: Giants playground & Fish River Canyon 2nd biggest Canyon in the World
  • Day 38: Orange River
  • Day 39: Orange River –Cederberg –South Africa
  • Day 40: Departure

Detailed Itinerary 40 Days South Africa Safari

Day 1: Nairobi – Arusha

day 1 0f 40 Days South Africa Safari, You will then transfer Southwards to the boundary of Tanzania from Nairobi –the capital city of Kenya, so as to be able to set off for your extra-ordinary expedition of 40 Days South Africa Safari (Cape Town).Proceed then to the city of Arusha after you are done with all the border procedures, where of course you will spend an overnight.

Day 2: Arusha – Karuta

40 Days South Africa Safari

Karuta covers a shorter distance though, therefore you will spend most of your precious time travelling next to the, you will then be instructed by the travel guide about your trip into the Crater straight on your arrival at Karuta, well the slight position of Karuta does permit you to get engaged in a series of optional activities in the days due to come.

Day 3: Ngorongoro Crater Expedition

Have your breakfast, then set off to discover the Crater base where you will try to find wildlife that does wander around the heaths. Then you will in the afternoon retire back to Karuta.

Day 4: Karuta

Breakfast, then get ready to climb the Elephant caves, transferring you via the intact forests with stunning wild game. Then later on you could decide to get engaged in the uncompelled activities which involve a trip to the Lake Manyara National Park/ having a stroll on the village.

Day 5: Arusha

You will then transfer to Arusha by either using the overland truck after you exciting expedition in destinations of Karuta & Ngorongoro Crater.

Day 6: Bagamoyo

You will then transfer South to the shoreline city of the Bagamoyo, previously it was recognised as the East African slave trade hub. This city is positioned in the North of Dar-es –Salaam port which boosts highly our Zanzibar expedition that is on the way.

Day 7,8,9: Zanzibar Island (stone town)

Zanzibar Island
Zanzibar Island

40 Days South Africa Safari, In the morning after breakfast, then transfer to the South direction-Zanzibar island from Dar-es -Salaam ,on your arrival then at the ferry port ,you will check in a hotel in the centre of Stone Town. You will then have an opportunity to experience the famous flavours/spices & attars/fragrances of this island.

The next morning you could engage in an exciting trip with the guidance of an indigenous guide. Later on in the afternoon, lessen up, you can also engage in other freely prese4nted activities such as the fishing, scuba diving, snorkelling plus many other more ocean tour selections.

You could also get the chance to discover the lovely Jozani Forest, in case you are interested in doing the spotting ,still having the afternoon open for the uncompelled activities.

Day 10: Mikumi National Park

Day 10 of  40 Days South Africa Safari, Depart away from the seaside, then transfer to the inland- Mikumi, overnight stopover. This national park does rank as the 4th biggest park in Tanzania, having an area coverage of 75,000km2 wilderness that middles on Africa’s biggest Game reserve-Selous.

Day 11:  Iringa

This city does settle on a crag overseeing the Ruaha river valley, & its core does present an opportunity for the traveler to spot into its previous German colonial structures plus its famous market. Also, the commonwealth war burial chamber graveyard venerates soldiers who passed on during the fighting that occurred during both World war 1 & 2.

Day 12: Northern Lake Malawi

Having toured Tanzania, we then transfer –inclining the Great Rift Valley & transversely in the Malawi boundary (‘Warm Heart of Africa). This country is honoured with the natural attractiveness.

Day 13: Lake Malawi

Get ready to set off to this stunning lake-Malawi containing a series of lures of its Northern section, you will also get an opportunity of a lifetime to dive/snorkel in the crystal waters being able to spot the dazzling coloured tropical cichlids, plus the tiny fish that is usually sheltered in the coloured aquariums globally. After lunch you can take a stroll around the Ngala village.

Day 14,15: Southern Malawi, Lake Malawi

Embark on your trip to the Southern direction to Lake Malawi, extending at an approximate of 500km along the Western border of Malawi. This Lake does shelter a series of fish species compared to other lakes in existence.

Day 16,17: South Luangwa National Park, Zambia

Have your breakfast, then transfer to Zambia, a stopover at the Chipata prior proceeding to the Luangwa river banks for camping. And here you will get the chance to spot & relish the remarkable sunset over this river in the evening especially.

Day 18:  Petauke

On your departure from the Luangwa valley, you will have a stopover at the Tribal Textiles. Remember Chipati region is the prime fabricator of cotton, & therefore you will get the opportunity to witness the originality of the African Ethos/Culture.

Day 19: Lusaka

The connection between Lusaka & adjacent Malawi, the fine East Roads gales via the rural Zambia & we will then transverse the Luangwa River on your way back to Lusaka. This route is spotted with villages & subsistence farms plus the sceneries which aid as a blunt to the advanced countries.

Day 20: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe- Adventure capital of Zimbabwe

As we do transverse to the South of Zambia, then we transfer to the town of Victoria Falls, get a chance to spot the enormous falls. And then as you transverse the channel between Zambia & Zimbabwe, you will get an incredible spot of ‘Musi oa Tunya ’where burn/smoke does booms as the falls are referred to in the indigenous language.

Day 21: Zimbabwe –Victoria falls

40 Days South Africa SafariTransfer in the morning to Zimbabwe, then to Victoria Falls where optional activities will be presented to you in case you want to engage. Once relaxed you could tour places around such as the local markets, & so on.

Day 22: Victoria falls –Kasane –Chobe National Park

Have your breakfast, then transfer to Botswana boundary, all to be able to fix up a camp along the Chobe River. Then, later after lunch, do engage in the afternoon Game drive via the Chobe National Park, plus a boat cruise which will enable you to spot wildlife such as elephants which are ever at this river bank.

Day 23: Nata

Your excursion today will transfer you to the North, arriving at Makgadikgadi pans wrinkled with grand samples such as the Baobab tree. Engage in an afternoon directed tour to the pans & Nata Sanctuary so as to enjoy the observing.

Day 24: Maun –Gateway to the Okavango Delta

Transfer to Maun, entry to the Okavango Delta, & if you so please you can get involved in an optional picturesque flight over this delta.

Day 25: Okavango Delta

In order for you to well view this magnificent delta that is covered with the channels & lagoons is while using the dugout Canoe (Mokoro). Right in the morning you will set off to the polling station where you will be provided polers who will accompany you, direct you via the stalk lined channels & while on your arrival you could engage in Nature walk still with your poler. Wildlife spotted here involves Elephants, Kudu, Zebras, Impalas, Giraffes, etc.

Day 26: Maun to Central Kalahari District

Enjoy your breakfast then embark on your course further into central Kalahari plus the camp positioned in the Ghanzi district getting an opportunity to learn about the San Populace/Bushmen. Having joined the San guides who will take you through a directed stroll getting to know a bit about their lifestyle, like how strongly this population does survive in the Desert of Kalahari.

The Nomadic San populace is characterised with activities like hunting, gathering hence containing quite a wonderful both plant & animal life that plays an imperative role in their way of living. Well, have an exploration about their culture, the dances, how they do tell their stories, etc.

Day 27: Ghanzi –Windhoek (Namibia)

Enjoy your breakfast, then you will be transferred to the capital city of Namibia, check in a hotel, meanwhile along the way on your transfer you will get a chance to spot the city’s better recognized standards.

Day 28:  Windhoek-Etosha National Park –Safari

Depart from Windhoek then transfer to Etosha National Park, arriving in the late afternoon. But along the transfer you were engaged in a slight Game drive as you entry into the National Park, overnight stay at the camp therein.

Day 29: Etosha National Park

Have your breakfast, then transfer to Etosha National Park which stages a variety of tour ventures in Africa. Since your arrival will be in the afternoon, then you will get the opportunity to engage in the Game drive in search for wildlife as you head to the camp. On the 2nd day still involve in the clear touring of this National Park, of which you will also be able to spot incredible wildlife that you could have missed on the previous day.

Day 30: Etosha – Kamanjab

Then relish your last game drive trip via Etosha as you depart from this National Park, take the chance to eye witness the setting of the jagged mountains plus the arid river beds.

Day 31:  The White Lady & Brandberg

These are noticed as Namibia’s highest (Brandberg), & they shelter the prominent White Lady (among the 45,000 rock portraits in the space). So after breakfast engage in the Ramble to spot this said 2,000years old portrait. But then you are recommended to be physically fit since this climb does cross uneven topography beside the valley of Tsisab river that is typically dry.

Day 32: Sptizkoppe & Swakopmund

Breakfast, & then proceed to Spitzkoppe-that is characterised with a vastness granite creation, masts 700m above the desert heaths. It contains the Rock Art which implicates the San populace who long time ago stayed there, & obviously you capture the moment to tour these Art pieces with the help of the tour guide.

Day 33: Swakopmund-Adventure capital of Namibia

Day 34: Swakopmund –Namib Naukluft

Having left Namibia behind on crossing the Tropic of Capricorn, proceed to the Atlantic shoreline, then proceed west to Swakopmund, a slight stopover for gazing at a total of Flamingos nourished at the sandbanks at Walvis Bay Lagoon.

Swakopmund does present incredible Adrenaline driven ventures, discovering the city as well in your own time since it contains a range of lures, prominent coffee shops plus bakeries that present a charming series of German stirred delights.

Day 35: The highest sand dunes in the World around Sesriem & Sossusvlei

An abrupt hike to the dune that does present to you a clear vantage view point to whiz at the altering desert dawn colours, after that enjoy your breakfast & then head into Sossusvlei touring it’s pans & Deadvlei all on foot on day 35 of 40 Days South Africa Safari.

Day 36,37: Quiver Tree Forest, Giants playground & Fish River Canyon 2nd biggest Canyon in the World

Day 26,27 of 40 Days South Africa Safari, waking up in the morning, get ready to the brim of the Fish River Canyon, & once the stroll along this river is done then proceed West for the Keetmanshoop. Have lunch, & then have an afternoon twisting via the Quiver Tree Forest plus the Giants playground (due to the existence of the huge dolerite rocks that have been put side by side generating a range of labyrinths & rock creations.

Day 38: Orange River

Transfer then to the Orange River having your last stop in Namibia. As you engage in the activity of canoeing, it’s the finest way to enjoy your trip along the Orange River.

Day 39: Orange River –Cederberg –South Africa

Your last & final transverse does set you to entry into South Africa, as you transfer via the desert sceneries of Namaqualand on your way to the region of Cederberg.

Day 40: Departure

Breakfast, check out, & then head back to the Airport for your departure flight back home, this marks the end of 40 Days South Africa Safari.

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