The answer here lies, first and foremost, in how long you have available to travel and secondly, in your interests. If it’s up to us, however, we’d definitely say to do the main highlights of Namibia and then visit the Okavango Delta and Chobe in Botswana with a visit to Victoria Falls to end, for sure. You’re coming all the way here, you’d might as well make the most of it. Right? Travel between Namibia and Botswana is relatively easy and therefore it’s always a wonderful option to combine them with the addition of Zimbabwe to include the mighty Victoria Falls. If you are thinking about including Botswana, the main areas to visit would be the wetlands of the Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park. Combining the three countries gives you an extensive range of areas, landscapes, wildlife and experiences. From desert sand dunes, the Skeleton Coast, ethnic people and the wildlife of Etosha against the dry pan, to the wetlands of the Delta and its true wilderness, the Chobe River front ecosystem and large herds of elephant with a visit to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Victoria Falls.
A trip like this would require a bit more than two weeks, we recommend at least three weeks to make it a super itinerary without rushing about too much, but like all of our itineraries, we can tailor your route and itinerary to best suit what you have in mind. It’s also an option to do Namibia and then do Botswana and Zimbabwe or even Zambia or South Africa as an add-on extension to your tour by International flights. Options are limitless and experiences are endless. Whether you decide to visit one country and spend more time there or add all three, or even more, including only the main highlights of each, we’ll make sure you have the very best holiday. We already know you’ll be coming back again, so if you can’t add the destinations this time around, there’s always next time.