15 Day Khaudum & Liuwa Plains Tour
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Day-by-Day

DAY 1 Meet-and-Greet

We meet 15h00 at Tsumkwe lodge, Zambia.

We leave after breakfast for Sikereti in the Khaudum National Park. We reach our camp early enough for us to have a drive around the Park and waterholes.

DAY 2 (100km) SIKERETI - WILD CAMP 1

4×4 Sand driving and keep a look out for Elephant.

DAY 3 & 4 (149km) WILD CAMP 1 - NGEPI CAMP

Our camp is on the Kavango River, very nice campsite with lots of animals to see, bird life aplenty! Sunset boat cruise can be chartered.


DAY 5 (453km) NGEPI CAMP - NGONYE RIVER CAMP

Early start today as we have a border crossing into the beautiful country of Zambia, all tar road driving.

DAY 6 - 10 (301km) NGONYE RIVER CAMP - KATOYANA CAMP, LIUWA PLAINS

All tar road driving up to the Liuwa Plains Campsite where we are staying for 5 days. Each day we are going to do game drives in our own vehicles, visiting waterholes. We are going to see the Blue Wildebeest migration.

DAY 11 (367km) KATOYANA CAMP - KABULA CAMP

Long road back to civilisation as we leave a wonderful Park behind. We camp next to the Zambezi River tonight.


DAY 12 (130km) KABULA CAMP - MWANDI CAMP

Easy travel today and we admire Zambia.

DAY 9 & 10 (286 km) TSODILO HILLS TO GIDICHAA CAMP
Gidichaa’s owner will take us on game drives where we can see Elephant and small game drinking water at the waterhole.
DAY 11 (153 km) GIDICHAA CAMP TO GCWIHABA CAVES
We arrive early enough to visit the caves.  This caves with its Bushman paintings were discovered by Martiens Drotsky in 1930 and is also known as Drotsky’s caves.
DAY 12 (103 km) GCWIHABA CAVES TO WILD CAMP 2
It is a scenic route from the caves to our last wild camp.
DAY 13 & 14 (144km) MWANDI CAMP - BOABAB CAMP

We drive to the Victoria Falls and camp at the Boabab camp with a restaurant available. We visit the magnificent Vic Falls and interesting town of Livingstone.

DAY 15 (322km) BOABAB CAMP - ELEPHANT SANDS

Sadly, our last day together. We cross the border at Kazungula and enter Botswana. The drive is all tar road, and we sleep at the ever so beautiful Elephant Sands.

What you get

9

Guide with 4×4 vehicle.

9

2-Way Radio’s

9
All camping fees
9
All transit fees
9

Dinner (except for “meet and greet” and the last evening

Your responsibility

9

Own 4×4 vehicle, fuel, and camp gear and equipment

9

Compressor and recovery equipment

9

Recovery points, front and back

9

Own shower and toilet

9

Own shower water, drinks, snacks and meals

9

6 big bags wood, 2 bags charcoal briquettes and 2 packets firelighters “Blits”.

9

Own medicine

9

Any recreational activities

9

“Meet & greet” accommodation and dinner.

9

Last evenings dinner.

9

R14 800 per person.

Minimum Vehicle Qualification

9

Enough fuel for 600km


9
Good set of all terrain or mud terrain tyres
9
4×4 Vehicle
9
Recovery points and gear
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