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Wildlife and Birding Extravaganza 2013-Option2

Package Duration
20 Days / 19 Nights
Destination Covered
Windhoek

  • Day 1 : Windhoek - Ondekaramba

    Description :

    The farm Ondekaremba measures 7.300 hectares and boasts a 100-year old family tradition. Shortly after touching down you will be met by the peace and quiet of Africa’s wide-open spaces. Enjoy after a long flight the charm of scenery and unspoilt nature. Ondekaremba is called: ‘The place where grazing is good’. Thanks to this, combined with numerous watering places, you can be at one with nature by exploring, be it via game drives, hiking trails on a terrain where there are an abundance of wildlife and birds. The lovely garden with landscaped pool area waits for you to come and have a swim, or to just relax. Meals made to a large extent of the lodge’s own products are prepared in their farm kitchen and are served on the open-air verandas, as a picnic in the bush, or inside the old rustic stone farmhouse.
    Overnight at Ondekaramba Farm or similar. (DBB)

    Day 2 : Etosha

    Description :

    Etosha will be explored in 3 parts, Western (Dolomite Camp), Southern (Okaukuejo) and Eastern Side (Namutoni)
    Departing after breakfast, we turn north towards Etosha. En-route we will stop at the Okahandja craft market. Discover the hand make craftworks that are produced by the indigenous peoples of Namibia. A visit to the Etosha National Park is one of the highlights of travelling Namibia. Etosha, which was declared a game reserve by the German colonial administration back in 1907, covers an area of more than 22 000 square kilometres. In its centre lies a vast saltpan surrounded by grass and thorn savannah, Mopane bush land in the west and dry forest in the north-east. About two million years ago, this area was an enormous lake, fed by the Kunene River. However the lake slowly dried up because over time, the river changed its course. The Etosha National Park has a good infrastructure. Well-maintained gravel roads lead to the waterholes, where game viewing is at its best. In the three rest camps Okaukuejo, Halali and Namutoni, hotels, chalets and camping sites are available as well as restaurants, stores and swimming pools. The main entrance to the park is called the "Anderson Gate" at Okaukuejo in the south, where the park administration is also situated. The "Von Lindequist Gate" lies in the east near Namutoni. A new gate, the "Nehale lya Mpingana Gate" (King Nehale Gate) was opened at the beginning of 2003 in the north-east. The pan is just about always dry. However, in the southern parts there are have water-holes scattered throughout this area and form the basis of life for countless game. Be it a lion or an elephant, a giraffe or a zebra; almost all African animal species are represented in the huge nature reserve, approx. 22 000 square kilometres in size. There is an estimated number of 250 lions in the park, 300 rhinos, 2 500 giraffes, 6 000 zebras and more than 2 000 elephants. The dainty springbok are especially numerous; at least 20 000 of them roam the reserve. Often, they can be observed in enormous herds of several hundred animals.
    Activities - AC:
    Am and PM game drive in the Etosha Park.
    Overnight at Dolomite Camp or similar (DBB) Day 2/3/4
    Overnight at Okaukuejo Camp or similar (DBB) Day 5/6
    Overnight at Namutoni Camp or similar (DBB) Day 7/8

    Day 3 : Etosha

    Description :

    Etosha will be explored in 3 parts, Western (Dolomite Camp), Southern (Okaukuejo) and Eastern Side (Namutoni)
    Departing after breakfast, we turn north towards Etosha. En-route we will stop at the Okahandja craft market. Discover the hand make craftworks that are produced by the indigenous peoples of Namibia. A visit to the Etosha National Park is one of the highlights of travelling Namibia. Etosha, which was declared a game reserve by the German colonial administration back in 1907, covers an area of more than 22 000 square kilometres. In its centre lies a vast saltpan surrounded by grass and thorn savannah, Mopane bush land in the west and dry forest in the north-east. About two million years ago, this area was an enormous lake, fed by the Kunene River. However the lake slowly dried up because over time, the river changed its course. The Etosha National Park has a good infrastructure. Well-maintained gravel roads lead to the waterholes, where game viewing is at its best. In the three rest camps Okaukuejo, Halali and Namutoni, hotels, chalets and camping sites are available as well as restaurants, stores and swimming pools. The main entrance to the park is called the "Anderson Gate" at Okaukuejo in the south, where the park administration is also situated. The "Von Lindequist Gate" lies in the east near Namutoni. A new gate, the "Nehale lya Mpingana Gate" (King Nehale Gate) was opened at the beginning of 2003 in the north-east. The pan is just about always dry. However, in the southern parts there are have water-holes scattered throughout this area and form the basis of life for countless game. Be it a lion or an elephant, a giraffe or a zebra; almost all African animal species are represented in the huge nature reserve, approx. 22 000 square kilometres in size. There is an estimated number of 250 lions in the park, 300 rhinos, 2 500 giraffes, 6 000 zebras and more than 2 000 elephants. The dainty springbok are especially numerous; at least 20 000 of them roam the reserve. Often, they can be observed in enormous herds of several hundred animals.
    Activities - AC:
    Am and PM game drive in the Etosha Park.
    Overnight at Dolomite Camp or similar (DBB) Day 2/3/4
    Overnight at Okaukuejo Camp or similar (DBB) Day 5/6
    Overnight at Namutoni Camp or similar (DBB) Day 7/8

    Day 4 : Etosha

    Description :

    Etosha will be explored in 3 parts, Western (Dolomite Camp), Southern (Okaukuejo) and Eastern Side (Namutoni)
    Departing after breakfast, we turn north towards Etosha. En-route we will stop at the Okahandja craft market. Discover the hand make craftworks that are produced by the indigenous peoples of Namibia. A visit to the Etosha National Park is one of the highlights of travelling Namibia. Etosha, which was declared a game reserve by the German colonial administration back in 1907, covers an area of more than 22 000 square kilometres. In its centre lies a vast saltpan surrounded by grass and thorn savannah, Mopane bush land in the west and dry forest in the north-east. About two million years ago, this area was an enormous lake, fed by the Kunene River. However the lake slowly dried up because over time, the river changed its course. The Etosha National Park has a good infrastructure. Well-maintained gravel roads lead to the waterholes, where game viewing is at its best. In the three rest camps Okaukuejo, Halali and Namutoni, hotels, chalets and camping sites are available as well as restaurants, stores and swimming pools. The main entrance to the park is called the "Anderson Gate" at Okaukuejo in the south, where the park administration is also situated. The "Von Lindequist Gate" lies in the east near Namutoni. A new gate, the "Nehale lya Mpingana Gate" (King Nehale Gate) was opened at the beginning of 2003 in the north-east. The pan is just about always dry. However, in the southern parts there are have water-holes scattered throughout this area and form the basis of life for countless game. Be it a lion or an elephant, a giraffe or a zebra; almost all African animal species are represented in the huge nature reserve, approx. 22 000 square kilometres in size. There is an estimated number of 250 lions in the park, 300 rhinos, 2 500 giraffes, 6 000 zebras and more than 2 000 elephants. The dainty springbok are especially numerous; at least 20 000 of them roam the reserve. Often, they can be observed in enormous herds of several hundred animals.
    Activities - AC:
    Am and PM game drive in the Etosha Park.
    Overnight at Dolomite Camp or similar (DBB) Day 2/3/4
    Overnight at Okaukuejo Camp or similar (DBB) Day 5/6
    Overnight at Namutoni Camp or similar (DBB) Day 7/8

    Day 5 : Etosha

    Description :

    Etosha will be explored in 3 parts, Western (Dolomite Camp), Southern (Okaukuejo) and Eastern Side (Namutoni)
    Departing after breakfast, we turn north towards Etosha. En-route we will stop at the Okahandja craft market. Discover the hand make craftworks that are produced by the indigenous peoples of Namibia. A visit to the Etosha National Park is one of the highlights of travelling Namibia. Etosha, which was declared a game reserve by the German colonial administration back in 1907, covers an area of more than 22 000 square kilometres. In its centre lies a vast saltpan surrounded by grass and thorn savannah, Mopane bush land in the west and dry forest in the north-east. About two million years ago, this area was an enormous lake, fed by the Kunene River. However the lake slowly dried up because over time, the river changed its course. The Etosha National Park has a good infrastructure. Well-maintained gravel roads lead to the waterholes, where game viewing is at its best. In the three rest camps Okaukuejo, Halali and Namutoni, hotels, chalets and camping sites are available as well as restaurants, stores and swimming pools. The main entrance to the park is called the "Anderson Gate" at Okaukuejo in the south, where the park administration is also situated. The "Von Lindequist Gate" lies in the east near Namutoni. A new gate, the "Nehale lya Mpingana Gate" (King Nehale Gate) was opened at the beginning of 2003 in the north-east. The pan is just about always dry. However, in the southern parts there are have water-holes scattered throughout this area and form the basis of life for countless game. Be it a lion or an elephant, a giraffe or a zebra; almost all African animal species are represented in the huge nature reserve, approx. 22 000 square kilometres in size. There is an estimated number of 250 lions in the park, 300 rhinos, 2 500 giraffes, 6 000 zebras and more than 2 000 elephants. The dainty springbok are especially numerous; at least 20 000 of them roam the reserve. Often, they can be observed in enormous herds of several hundred animals.
    Activities - AC:
    Am and PM game drive in the Etosha Park.
    Overnight at Dolomite Camp or similar (DBB) Day 2/3/4
    Overnight at Okaukuejo Camp or similar (DBB) Day 5/6
    Overnight at Namutoni Camp or similar (DBB) Day 7/8

  • Other Benefits (On Arrival)
    Package Excludes :
    • Flights not specified/airport taxes/Visa & Permits/Travel Insurances of any kind.
    • Cost related to the personal use of 3G internet access & GSM cell phone provided by SAT on tour.
    • Tips & gratuities to hotel/restaurant personnel and guides.
    • Alcoholic and any other beverages in addition to those included above.
    • Any optional services/meals/activities/excursions not included/not mentioned in the itinerary.
    • Any expense of a personal nature such as for phone calls, laundry services, souvenirs, and similar.

  • Package Terms & Conditions :
    Booking Terms and Conditions 1. Contract Sasendle Adventure Tours undertakes to provide all services offered subject to terms and conditions set out herein, which terms and conditions are accepted by the passenger. 2. Definition The company refers to SASENDLE ADVENTURE TOURS CC. Clients' means: Individuals, groups, companies or legal persons using the services offered by SASENDLE ADVENTURE TOURS and includes the agents and passengers. 3. Booking When a booking is made, a 50% deposit of the full amount due is required for confirmation, 60 days before departure. The balance of the tour price must be received by the Company not later than 30 days before the intended departure date. Bookings made within 30 days of the departure date must be accompanied by the full payment. If the full amount, the total Tour price, is not received by the Company 30 days prior to the tour, the Company reserves the right to cancel the reservation and retain whatever deposit or other payment received from the client or his agent. Tours must be booked at least 120 days prior to departure. 4. Payment Bank details on tour confirmation with supplied invoice. 5. Cancellations Cancellations made more than 30 days prior to arrival will not normally result in cancellation fees being charged. However, SASENDLE ADVENTURE TOURS reserves the right to cover any costs incurred or charges received from suppliers up to the date of cancellation. In the event of services cancelled 30 days or less, prior to arrival, the following cancellation fees applies: 30 – 15 days – 50% of total fare 14 – 7 days – 75% of total fare 7 – 0 days – 100% of total fare We recommend that you ensure that your passengers take adequate personal cancellation insurance cover before departure from home. 6. Responsibility SASENDLE ADVENTURE TOURS carries comprehensive passenger and personal liability insurance cover of which the details will be made available on request. SASENDLE ADVENTURE TOURS is not responsible for any damages sustained by any passenger as a result of any act or omission whatsoever of any hotel, airline or other person, notwithstanding the fact that SASENDLE ADVENTURE TOURS acted as agent of such hotel, airline or other person. 7. Health You must be in perfect health to undertake any safari. You will visit remote areas with little or no medical facilities. SASENDLE ADVENTURE TOURS will only apply limited first aid as per their FIRST AID training and limitations there-off. 8. Insurance Comprehensive Travel Insurance covering cancellation, curtailment, medical, emergency travel and personal accident is compulsory. The client is aware that it is his responsibility to arrange adequate insurances. The clients must be satisfied that their insurance covers their personal requirements. 9. Luggage Baggage on tours will be limited to a maximum of 20kgs per person. 10. Travel Documents You will require a valid passport. Please check with us, your local consulate or travel agent as to visa and passport requirements. It is you're responsibly to ensure that your passport, visas and certificates are all in order before departure. We cannot be held liable for any passenger being refused entry into NAMIBIA/ BOTSWANA/ ZAMBIA for any reason whatsoever. 11. Marketing The Company reserves the right to use any photographs and video taken during tours for use in marketing or any other advertising material and the client hereby gives consent of such photographs to be used and for the Company for marketing purposes. 12. Authority on tour The decisions of the Company's driver/guide on tour shall at all times be final and binding. The client must at all times comply with the laws, customs and foreign exchange regulations of all countries visited. Should the client be in any contravention of the above or the client is a nuisance to the group, the driver/guide may order the client to leave the tour without any claim to a refund. 13. Force Majeure Unforeseen circumstances including but limited to war, mechanical breakdowns, weather, riots, and other unforeseen reasons beyond the control of the Company may cause delays or alterations to the tour. The Company shall not be held liable in any way for any of these possible occurrences or any consequences, which may arise as a result of these. 14. Accommodation Accommodation will be provided as per itinerary. Accommodation is subject to availability at date of booking. We reserve the right to use alternative accommodation of similar or higher standard.




Contact Detail

Sasendle Adventure Tours

Contact Person :-

Mr David N Senekal

Address :- Namibia, South Africa - 7390


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