South Africa, Bostwana & Mozambique


A closer look at Africa… or what have sheikhs concealed so far

South Africa, Bostwana and Mozambique

African attraction is undeniable: the local people, an abundance of wildlife, plant diversity and many others. We all discover our own reason to love Africa.
One time visit usually becomes an obsession. We would like you to experience even more, visit more than one African country and compare them


Day 1

Arriving at the Windhoek National Airport.
You will be greeted by an African safari guide and your driver. A trip to Sossusvlei.

The Sossusvlei, Namibia’s famous highlight in the heart of the Namib Desert, is a huge clay pan, enclosed by giant sand dunes. Some of the spectacular hills of sand are at a height of 300 meters, the highest in the world. Only after a heavy rainfall, which is a rare event in this area, the clay fills with water. As the clay layers hardly allow any water infiltration, a turquoise lake will remain for quite some time. The dunes of the Namib Desert have developed over a period of many millions of years.


Day 2

This morning your Journey continues with a scenic flight over the Namib Desert and Conception Bay to the Jewel of Namibia: Swakopmund.

The Hansa Hotel is a timeless classic, which forms part of the Swakopmund’s architectural culture and dates back to 1905. Being centrally situated, the Hotel becomes a doorway to all tourist amenities, which Swakopmund has to offer. The restaurant is renowned for seafood and game specialities and also offers a unique wine list. Lunch is served on the terrace, features daily specials. The Hansa Hotel is not only world renowned for its outstanding cuisine, but also comparable with the most prestigious addresses encountered abroad.

Day 3

A trip to the Namib Desert

The Namib Desert is a desert in Namibia and southwest Angola which forms part of the Namib-Naukluft National Park. The desert is Africa’s second largest. The name “Namib” is of Nama origin. The desert occupies an area of around 80 900 km² (31 200 square miles, stretching about 1000 miles (1,600 km) along the Atlantic Ocean coast of Namibia. Its east-west width varies from 30 to 100 miles (50-160 km). The Namib Desert also reaches into southwest Angola. It is one of the 500 distinct physiographic provinces of the South African Platform physiographic division. The area is considered to be one of the oldest deserts in the world, having endured arid or semi-arid conditions for at least 55 million years after the Atacama Desert. Its aridity is caused by the descent of dry air of the Hadley Cell, cooled by the cold Benguela current along the coast. It has less than 10 mm (0.4 inches) of rain annually and is almost completely barren.



Day 4

A flight from Windhoek to Bostwana

The Republic of Botswana, the Gem of Africa, is nestled between Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa. Botswana hosts many splendours, one of which is the world’s largest inland river delta, the fertile Okavango, which flows into the vast Kalahari Desert. The Okavango Delta is a bird watchers paradise, home to thousands of birds, fish, reptiles, predators and mammals and the country’s semi-arid, scrub-covered landscape is a haven for roaming game.

Day 5-7

Entertainment and Vacations in Sandibe Safari

Day 8

A flight from Sandibe to Kasane

You will visit the Victoria Falls and have a wonderful Sunset Cruise. Accommodation in Victoria Fall Hotel


Day 9

In the morning we will take you to the waterfalls, souvenir shops. This day will be dedicated for a complete rest.

Day 10

An early flight to Johannesburg. Night in a hotel in Johannesburg.

Day 11

A flight from Johannesburg to Mozambique. Night in a hotel in Mozambique.


Day 12-15

Entertainment and Vacations in Mozambique

Mozambique is a rising star of Africa, attracting with its beautiful beaches, colorful undersea world and coastal islands. Try snorkeling near the archipelago of Bazeruto, take a lazy trip with a sailing boat through the mangroves or sit back and relax under the palm trees in Quirimbas Islands. Adventurous safari will provide the opportunity to get acquainted with the wildlife of the nature of Gorongosa National Park, watch silver crafting in Iabo or take a walk along the stone streets of Ilha de Mozambique and witness the mighty colonial buildings. For nearly two decades all of these activities were impossible due to a prolonged guerrilla war. Now the dark period is in the past and Mozambique invites you to enjoy the atmosphere, colorful bazaars and 2,500 km of Indian Ocean coastline.

Day 16

A flight from Mozambique to Johannesburg. Night in a hotel in Johannesburg.

Day 17

A flight from Johannesburg to Vilnius via Frankfurt.


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