Dead Valley in Namibia

Cape Town to Victoria Falls - Camping Reverse

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Trip code: 
AZVR
Ways to Travel:
Guided Group, Tailor Made Adventures
Activity:
Culture
Group size:
6–14
Min age:
16

An adventure through the heart of southern Africa's dramatic scenery in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe

Cape Town to Victoria Falls is one of the world’s great classic journeys, and we do it in reverse. Starting from the mighty Victoria Falls on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia, this trip travels through wildlife-rich game parks in Namibia and Botswana, Namibia's spectacular desert landscape and finally Cape Town, South Africa’s most cosmopolitan city. This is an adventure through the heart of southern Africa’s dramatic scenery, with rich culture, diverse wildlife and the opportunity to partake in numerous activities along the way.

Highlights

  • Cape Town, Africa's most exciting city
  • Sossusvlei, the highest sand dunes in the world
  • Etosha NP with its fantastic wildlife
  • The Okavango River and Chobe NP
  • The mighty Victoria Falls

Key information

  • 15 nights camping, 2 nights lodge, 2 nights guesthouse
  • Camping and lodge departures available
  • Travel in a purpose-built overland truck
  • Some long drives on rough roads and early starts
  • Countries visited: Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe

What's included

  • All breakfasts, 7 lunches, 12 dinners
  • All accommodation (see below)
  • All transport and listed activities
  • Tour leader throughout
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)

What's not included

  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation
  • Visas or vaccinations
Call for general departures:
1 800 267 3347
Call for tailormade trips:
1 800 267 3347
Trip Notes

Click on the button below for detailed Trip Notes containing all the particulars about this trip, including kit lists and practical information.

Note: these can vary by departure; you can check out the specific Trip Notes for your chosen adventure on the dates & prices page.

Responsible Travel

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Every time we travel, we are part of a global movement that creates jobs, builds more sustainable societies, encourages cultural understanding and safeguards common natural and cultural heritage. To learn more about what Responsible Travel means to Exodus click here… 

Itinerary

  • Day 1

    Start Victoria Falls

    Those on the group fligths will be taken to the campsite upon arrival. Those not on the group flight can join the group at anytime today.

    Victoria Falls Rest Camp or similar

  • Day 2

    Victoria Falls

    Today you have a free day and you can choose from scenic flights, white water rafting and game-viewing amongst others. Victoria Falls is a small town on the Zimbabwean side of the glorious Victoria Falls which you can visit (entrance own expense US$ 30).

    Victoria Falls Rest Camp or similar

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 3

    To Chobe National Park, Botswana

    Today we transfer to Kasane in Botswana, home to huge numbers of elephant and hippo. Optional afternoon game drive. (150km, 1-2hrs plus border crossing 1-2hrs).

    Thebe River Camp Site or similar

    Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
  • Day 4

    Chobe National Park

    We have an early morning game drive in Chobe National Park and an afternoon boat ride on the Chobe River where it is possible to view huge herds of elephant coming down to drink as well as many other types of game. For bird lovers, the river provides a great home for them.

    Thebe River Camp Site or similar

    Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
  • Day 5

    Okavango River

    We drive through the Caprivi Strip to our camp by the Okavango River - the main watercourse supplying the Okavango Delta. (400km, 5-6hrs plus border crossing 1hr)

    Rainbow River Camp Site or similar

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 6

    Mokoro (dugout canoe) ride on the Okavango.

    We take a mokoro (traditional dug‐out canoe) ride from our camp on the Okavango River. Please note that in March/April, the river may be flooded and we may have to substitute our mokoros for a boat ride. The birdlife is prolific and, at certain times of the year, so is the game. Gliding through the waterways by mokoro is the ideal way to absorb the sheer peace and tranquillity of the place. We also have the option of a village tour to meet the local community.

    Rainbow River Camp Site or similar

    Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
  • Day 7

    To Etosha NP

    Today there's a long drive from the Okavango River to Etosha National Park, a huge area of mixed forest and grassland centred around a large salt pan. Etosha is home to a great variety and number of game, which is easy to find as the animals congregate at different times around the waterholes. There are waterholes next to the excellent campsites and it is not uncommon for us to spend all night watching a gala performance of animals: wildebeest, zebra, impala, springbok, kudu, elephant, giraffe, lion and even rhino are all common sights here. With a little patience you will be rewarded by one of the greatest game spectacles in Southern Africa. Etosha is also a good place for birds, with  plenty of waterbirds on the lakes, weaverbirds and hornbills in the trees. (650km, 8hrs)

    Etosha NWR Campsite or similar

    Meals included: Breakfast Dinner
  • Days 8-9

    Etosha NP

    We have the next two days to really enjoy this fabulous park, starting with an early morning game drive. While in Etosha we move our camps (between Okaukuejo, Halali or Namutoni) but the itinerary is kept flexible depending on where the game is.

    Etosha NWR Campsite or similar

    Meals included: Breakfast Dinner
  • Day 10

    Twyfelfontein

    Depart for Twyfelfontein where there are ancient and well-preserved rock-engravings. (300km, 4.5hrs)

    Aba Huab campsite

    Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
  • Day 11

    To Swakopmund

    We drive towards the Skeleton Coast and the Germanic town of Swakopmund. Overnight in Swakopmund. (400km, 6-7hrs)

    Dunedin Star Hotel

    Meals included: Breakfast Lunch
  • Day 12

    Swakopmund

    Swakopmund has invented itself as Namibia's adventure sports capital, and we have a full day in Swakopmund to enjoy some of the optional adventure activities on offer; go on a dolphin cruise or township tour or take a flight over the desert! Alternatively, explore the German-style town and visit some of the excellent cake shops for which Swakopmund is famous.

    Dunedin Star Hotel or similar

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 13

    Sesriem

    Drive via Walvis Bay to Sesriem, through the Namib Desert. This area is home to some of the driest and oldest deserts on earth and some of the finest desert scenery in Africa, if not the world, with towering jagged rock formations and incredible lunar landscapes. (300km, 4.5hrs)

    Sesriem Camp Site or similar

    Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
  • Day 14

    Sossusvlei

    We have a full day to enjoy the sand dunes of Sossusvlei and the Sesriem Canyon. Sossusvlei dunes are one of the great sights of Africa. We get up early to watch the morning light over the dunes and then have a go at climbing some of the highest dunes in the world. If you'd rather watch from below you'll enjoy seeing the changing colours on the towering dunes lower down as the sun rises. If we're lucky we may see gemsbok, ostrich or even black‐backed jackals among the dunes, an irresistibly photogenic scene! In the afternoon we visit Sesriem Canyon.

    Sesriem Camp Site or similar

    Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
  • Day 15

    To Fish River Canyon

    We'll leave early this morning to drive to the Fish River Canyon. (500km, 8.5‐9hrs)

    Canyon Roadhouse Camp similar

    Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
  • Day 16

    Fish River Canyon and Orange River

    Fish River Canyon is the second largest canyon on earth. The views along the canyon rim are spectacular – we take a short walk around the rim before continuing our journey to Orange River (180kms, 2.5‐3hrs plus border crossing 1hr). This afternoon we should be able to have a
    canoe trip on the Orange River.

    Bushwacked or similar

    Meals included: Breakfast Dinner
  • Day 17

    To Olifants River

    Today we head to our final stop before reaching Cape Town as we travel to the fertile Olifants River Valley, giving us a glimpse into the agricultural lifestyle of the Western Cape. (about 7hrs drive)

    Highlanders Camp Site

    Meals included: Breakfast Dinner
  • Day 18

    To Cape Town

    We spend the morning relaxing at Olifants River Valley. In the afternoon we travel through farmlands of citrus, maize, cattle and sheep before arriving at our destination, Cape Town. (300km, 4.5‐5.5hrs)

    Sweetest Guesthouse or similar

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 19

    Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula

    Activities available in Cape Town on days 19 and 20 are interchangeable depending on the weather, as we time the optional excursion up Table Mountain for a clear day. Table Mountain is often the first image that springs to mind whenever one thinks of Cape Town. We will visit the mountain by cable car (optional) for views across the city. There is also time to drive via the spectacular Chapman's Peak to Houtbay, and visit Cape Point to see the resident penguin colony at Boulders Beach.

    Sweetest Guesthouse or similar

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 20

    End Cape Town

    The area surrounding Cape Town is famous for its wine and we will get a chance to sample some of the local produce during a visit to a wine farm. Those on the group flights will be transferred to the airport this afternoon and other clients are free to make their own arrangements.

    Meals included: Breakfast
Trip Notes

Click on the button below for detailed Trip Notes containing all the particulars about this trip, including kit lists and practical information.

Note: these can vary by departure; you can check out the specific Trip Notes for your chosen adventure on the dates & prices page.

Essential Info

Visas

Botswana

Currently British and Commonwealth and European passport holders do not require visas for Botswana.

If you are transiting through South Africa and are a non UK passport holder you may require a transit visa. Please check before travelling.

Please be aware that children under the age of 18 must provide a full birth certificate (a short one won’t be accepted) as well as a valid passport. If the child is travelling with only one parent or with another adult, the missing parent (or parents) will have to provide an affidavit giving their consent for the child to travel. If flying via S. Africa you may have to pass immigration between flights and the same regulation is needed for entry into S. Africa.

 

Namibia

Visas for Namibia are not required for UK or Commonwealth passport holders. Other nationalities should check before travelling.

Please ensure you have a one full blank page in your passport. If you are transiting through South Africa and are a non UK passport holder you may require a transit visa. Please check before travelling. Please note that if flying via South Africa you will probably have to pass immigration there. New regulations, as of the 1 Oct 2014, mean that children under 18 will have to have an unabridged birth certificate showing the names of both parents. If the child is travelling with only one parent they will need to have an affidavit from the other parent, of no more than 3 months, confirming the child can travel with the other parent; a court order granting full legal guardianship of the child; or a death certificate of the deceased parent.


South Africa
British passport holders and most European and Commonwealth Passport holders do not require a visa to travel to South Africa.

Please note that all travellers to South Africa who do require a visa are required to have a minimum of 2 blank consecutive pages in their passport i.e. a left hand page and a right hand page to enable an entry visa to be issued.
Please note that new regulations from the 1 June 2015 mean that any child under 18 travelling to South Africa needs to be in possession of an unabridged birth certificate with the names of both parents.
If a child under 18 is only travelling with a single parent, they will also have to have an affidavit, no less than 3 months old, from the absent parent confirming the child can travel with the other parent; a court order granting full legal guardianship of the child; or a death certificate of the deceased parent.


Zimbabwe

Most nationalities, including British require a visa to visit Zimbabwe.  This can be obtained from the Zimbabwean Embassy in London but it is a lot easier to get it on arrival in Zimbabwe. 

The current charge for a single entry visit visa issued on arrival in Zimbabwe is £35.00 or US$55.00, although this could change. If you have not obtained a visa before travelling, you should bring enough cash with you to pay for your visa on arrival. You should ensure you have small notes as immigration officers may not be able to provide change.

If you plan on visiting Zambia as well then there is the UNIVISA (a shared visa for Zimbabwe and Zambia) that will allow you multiple entries into Zimbabwe.

Please note that if flying via South Africa you will probably have to pass immigration there. New regulations, as of the 1 Oct 2014, mean that children under 18 will have to have an unabridged birth certificate showing the names of both parents. If the child is travelling with only one parent they will need to have an affidavit from the other parent, of no more than 3 months, confirming the child can travel with the other parent; a court order granting full legal guardianship of the child; or a death certificate of the deceased parent.

Vaccinations

Botswana

Vaccination against Yellow Fever is necessary if you are coming from a country with Yellow Fever, and you must bring a valid certificate of vaccination. Recommended vaccinations are: Polio, Tetanus, Diphtheria, Typhoid, Hepatitis A. Malaria prophylaxis is essential and we suggest that you seek advice from your GP or travel health clinic about which malaria tablets to take.

Namibia

There are no mandatory vaccination requirements.

Recommended vaccinations are: Polio, Tetanus, Diphtheria, Typhoid, Hepatitis A.

Malaria prophylaxis is essential and we suggest that you seek advice from your GP or travel health clinic about which malaria tablets to take.

South Africa

There are no mandatory vaccination requirements.

Recommended vaccinations are: Polio, Tetanus, Diphtheria, Typhoid, Hepatitis A.

Malaria prophylaxis is essential if travelling in the greater Kruger area and we suggest that you seek advice from your GP or travel health clinic about which malaria tablets to take. The rest of South Africa, including the Garden Route, has a low risk of Malaria.

Dengue fever is a known risk in places visited. It is a tropical viral disease spread by daytime biting mosquitoes. There is currently no vaccine or prophylaxis available for Dengue, and therefore the best form of prevention is to avoid being bitten. We recommend you take the usual precautions to avoid mosquito bites.

Zimbabwe

There are no mandatory vaccination requirements. Recommended vaccinations are: Polio, Tetanus, Typhoid, Hepatitis A. Malaria prophylaxis is essential and we suggest that you seek advice from your GP or travel health clinic about which malaria tablets to take.

Eating and Drinking

All breakfasts, 7 lunches, 12 dinners

We suggest you allow about US$170 for meals not included in the itinerary. Camp meals should be wholesome and plentiful, but do not expect cordon bleu cooking. Please note sometimes it is not easy to get fresh meat. However, the general standard of food is good and vegetarians are well catered for. Please notify Exodus of specific dietary requirements.

The water provided on this trip is safe and clean drinking water, normally coming from bore-holes. It is not bottled water, however. If you would rather have bottled water then this will be at your expense, though we would encourage you to make use of the safe drinking water provided as this helps diminish plastic consumption.

Weather

The Southern Hemisphere essentially has the opposite weather to the UK. The summer months of June, July and August, whilst clear and warm during the day, can drop down to single figures and even below freezing at night. Between September and May it is considerably warmer with the time between October and March being the hottest, getting up to the high 30sºC and sometimes above. However it is always a dry heat and the temperature does drop at night. The wet season is between November and February, but this is not a bad time to go, as it generally does not rain for very long.

Cape Town

Cape Town

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

Is this trip for you?

We run both Camping and Lodge/Hotel departures for this trip, both following a very similar itinerary.

All of the camping departures involve participatory camping. This means that you are expected to help with putting up and taking down your own tent and camping gear and carry your own bags to/from the bus. The rest of the camping chores, however, such as cooking and cleaning are done by the crew.

We will be camping everywhere except Swakopmund and Cape Town, in well-equipped campsites that are common to Southern Africa. Please note, however, that whilst camping in Africa is one of the best ways to experience this amazing continent, some people may find camping almost every night for 3 weeks quite tiring, especially considering the long distances covered on this trip.

Transport for all departures is in a specially modified safari vehicle. All vehicles carry a reference library, fridge and/or icebox. 80% of Namibian roads are good gravel roads. However, the road conditions are completely dependent on how they are being maintained at the time and on occasion conditions can be poor. This can have an impact on journey times as well as comfort, and can be punishing on the vehicles. Distances are long on some days as this 21 day trip is 5000km long, but it does take in an amazing variety of landscapes from desert to swampland and wildlife with scenic views. Drive times below are only approximations and do vary with road conditions and the number of stops.

Where we travel to in South Africa is safe, and the risk of crime is generally low. However, there are important steps that can be taken to minimise the risk of theft and these include leaving valuables in your hotel's safe, at home, or concealed in the vehicle when not needed. Do not carry more cash than you need, as cards are widely accepted in South Africa. If using an ATM, do not do this alone and be mindful of your surroundings. It is not advisable to walk around after dark, particularly in the city of Cape Town where you can easily and inexpensively take an Uber, or ask your hotel to arrange a taxi.

Legal Note: all group members joining this tour will be asked to sign an indemnity form at the start of the holiday. This indemnity form is a requirement of the South African Tourism Service Association which our local supplier is a member of. As a client of Exodus Travels Ltd, your rights under the Package Travel Regulations (1992) are unaffected, and Exodus remains liable for the actions of our sub-contractors.

Following a review of all our trips we have categorised this trip as generally not suitable for persons of reduced mobility. However if you are a regular traveller on such trips, please contact customer services to discuss the trip and your personal condition.

Call for general departures:
1 800 267 3347
Call for tailormade trips:
1 800 267 3347
Trip Notes

Click on the button below for detailed Trip Notes containing all the particulars about this trip, including kit lists and practical information.

Note: these can vary by departure; you can check out the specific Trip Notes for your chosen adventure on the dates & prices page.

Accommodation

Camps, Lodge & Guesthouses

You will spend 15 nights camping, 2 nights in a lodge and 2 nights in a guesthouse. We stay in basic hotels/guesthouses whilst in Cape Town and Swakopmund. The accommodation we use in Cape Town is either situated in the centre of town or in the surrounding area of the V & A Waterfront. Because accommodation is very oversubscribed we cannot always guarantee a particular lodge or hotel, but in Cape Town we will stay within walking distance of restaurants and it'll be easy to catch a taxi ride to the V & A Waterfront. We will be camping in two-person tents throughout the rest of the safari. Camping is undeniably the best way to experience Africa and fixed campsites in South Africa and Namibia are particularly well cared for, clean, tidy and with facilities of a reasonable standard. Some of these campsites have swimming pools. It is possible that up to two nights are spent rough camping.

All of the camping departures involve participatory camping. This means that you are expected to help with putting up and taking down your own tent and camping gear and carry your own bags to/from the bus. The rest of the camping chores, however, such as cooking and cleaning are done by the crew.

All communal camping gear is provided, including spacious igloo tents, thick foam mattresses and folding stools. You will need to take your own sleeping bag. Wifi is available about half the time but not always very reliable. Single supplement available

Please note that due to the limited amount of accommodation within Etosha National Park, it may be necessary to sleep outside the park on some or all of the nights that we are there. This will not impact on the number of game drives that we have within the park.

Call for general departures:
1 800 267 3347
Call for tailormade trips:
1 800 267 3347
Trip Notes

Click on the button below for detailed Trip Notes containing all the particulars about this trip, including kit lists and practical information.

Note: these can vary by departure; you can check out the specific Trip Notes for your chosen adventure on the dates & prices page.

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  • Reviewed September 2018
    Gisela A-D

    Elephantastic

    This was an amazing trip covering thousands of kilometres, a plethora of wildlife and geological features and some insight into some of the cultures of the countries visited.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    I thought it would be the elephants crossing the river at Chobe, or canoeing on the Zambesi, or Victoria Falls, or seeing giraffes or or or - the list goes on. However, the sudden gorgeous orange red glow of the African sunsets will stay with me forever as will sitting by the waterhole in Etosha and watching the animals arrive, especially the 40 elephants.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our guides were Ende - the outgoing, but sensitive, leader anxious to please us whilst keeping us in check to make sure that we fitted in a very full itinerary, Andrew who was quietly extraordinarily efficient and always on the lookout to make sure we were all right, and Innocent whose knowledge of birds and stars was phenomenal. Their cooking was amazing - don't believe the trip notes' description of 'basic'. It wasn't long before we felt we were travelling with knowledgeable friends. Thank you Ende, Andrew and Innocent.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Take a hat, binoculars, anti mosquito spray and keep clothes to a minimum. Warm sleeping bag, (possibly + liner). Some long journeys, so you might want a kindle.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Great, though if you are just into wildlife, there may be a better trip for you.
  • Reviewed August 2018
    Avni Lee

    Amazing Southern Africa

    Full on tour of Namibia, Chobe, Vic Falls and Cape Town which was enjoyed by my family of 4 , age range 16-53. Should have taken season 3/4 sleeping bags for the camping as southern Namibia is cold at night in August! The hosts Ande Andrew and Innoccent were efficient at running a tight ship.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Chobe National Park at sunset with the birds in their flocks going to roost. Watering holes in Etosha National Park were phenomenal.At one point there were at least 40 elephants by the water together with impalas, zebras, eland and a couple of giraffes,not forgetting various bird species. Sossusvlei dunes ever phenomenal in Namibia and Deadvlei’s skeleton acacias very photogenic. Sunrise and sunsets have left a golden impression of the entire holiday.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Excellent time keeper who has leadership qualities of an army general which he relaxed once he had sussed out the group.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    For the camping trip ensure you take a suitably warm sleeping bag and clothing . Travel light as there’s a lot of loading and unloading into the truck. Soft back packs are ideal.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Thank you for a memorable trip.
  • Reviewed April 2018
    Alan Novitzky

    Victoria Falls to Cape Town

    Really good trip. The three guides/managers, Ende, Molifi and Clifford - complementary characters -were excellent, worked really hard together, always anxious to show passionately aspects of their culture and countryside and draw us in so we could propagate the good news at home. A long route, but periods of driving appropriately broken up with stops at interesting places, and plenty of impromptu stops when interesting birds and animals were spotted out of nowhere by our guides. Good to see village homes and relate to people’s lives at Ngepi - more such opportunities elsewhere would be good. The ballon ride option over the Namibian Desert at sunrise was excellent, but creating time in the programme to ballon at dawn over the sand dunes further south would be good. A day or two more in Cape Town would be welcome - Table Mountain was shrouded in mist but, frustratingly, cleared the day of our departure. For those of us going home on the early afternoon flight via Johannesburg, this was too late, but it would have worked for those on the BA direct flight in the early evening. Exodus should try and book the direct flight whenever possible, to maximise time and avoid disruption.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Amongst many, climbing the crest of a sand dune to watch the sun break above the horizon and cast moving, curved shadows over the undulating landscape, bringing it to gently stiring three dimensional life. Meeting wonderfully open and welcoming people, rightly proud of their countries. Watching in awe as an enormous bull elephant in heat, with just one tusk, lumbered up, turned to look at us for a while in our game jeep, metaphorically shrugged its shoulders, and moved on. That could have been difficult, murmured our guide.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Al three excellent, worked together wonderfully. Can still hear Ende’s ever present infectious laugh.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Spare torch and plenty of batteries. Take South African Rand - these are welcomed in Namibia on a one to one basis for the Namibian Dollar. A sheet sleeping bag for the warmer nights in the tropics.
  • Reviewed November 2017
    Fiona Allan

    An adventure not to be missed

    From beginning to end this was an amazing adventure ....every day filled with wow moments

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    So many, the mighty Victoria Falls, watching the elephants play in Chobe, the peace gliding down the Orange River or the spectacular Fish River Canyon. For me the just watching the activity at the water hole in Etosha.....fantastic

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Siza and Endi (and Sylvia in Namibia) were just brilliant. Cant believe what Siza managed to cook on BBQs and gas rings!!! Food was fabulous.....Endi was always there with a smile and the most infectious laugh....I'm only 5 foot tall and he made sure he was always there to help with the tent because I was "height challenged". Sylvia was only with us in Namibia but her knowledge and passion for the animals, birds and plants was evident ....she was brilliant.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Just go with the flow. This is not a holiday it's an adventure. Be prepared to be hands on, this was NOT a fully serviced camping trip, we were expected to erect and dismantle our own tents. There are some long drives but worth every minute.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Just book it...
  • Reviewed May 2017
    Louie Tham

    Great Varied Trip

    Great trip if you want a combination of wildlife and scenery. The camping was comfortable, campsites generally good, some suberbly located.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Sesriem Sand Dunes, Vic Falls helicopter flight, Chobe evening game drive where we saw lions,giraffes,elephants, hippos,impalas, springboks, baboons, amongst others in 3 hours !

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Andrew was terrific : made the trip that much more enjoyable.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Previous advice about a washing line with hooks was very useful.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    just do it - southern Africa in all it's glory.

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