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Pygmy Mouse Self-drive Safari

A truly epic southern African self-drive safari adventure from Namibia’s mountains and deserts, along the lush Caprivi Strip to Botswana and Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe staying at luxury lodges throughout.

Pygmy Mouse Self-drive Safari: Summary

Pygmy Mouse Self-drive in a nutshell

This is a great trip for those after a real self-drive adventure, crossing ever-changing landscapes in three countries between luxury camps and some excellent safari.

Pick up your car on arrival into Windhoek for a relaxing first night in Namibia’s diminutive capital. The first proper drive north brings you to Okonjima Nature Reserve, a conservation-focused place that’s home to the AfriCat Foundation. Learn about their conservation work as you track leopards and perhaps a see some of the rarer species studied here such as pangolin and brown hyena.

Turning west, asphalt turns to gravel as you head into Damaraland for a stay at Doro Nawas, a community-owned lodge with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and dry savannah. Take drives to follow herds of desert-adapted elephants as they amble across the rugged landscape and visit the 6000-year-old rock engravings at Twyfelfontein, a fascinating UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Next is the great lunar landscape of Etosha National Park, a great salt pan left by an ancient lake that hosts some truly spectacular wildlife sightings as animals gather around precious water-sources. You’ll stay first at a rest camp within the park whose relative simplicity is more than made up for by its waterhole which draws giraffe, elephant, oryx, zebra, wildebeest, ostrich, lion and crashes of black rhino. Driving through the park at your own pace, spend another two nights at the luxurious Mushara Outpost. Relax and explore the park some more in your own vehicle or on a guided game drive.

Then head northeast with a stop by the Kavango right on the Angolan border before entering the Caprivi, an odd protrusion of Namibia that is a remnant of colonial treaties. It is a contrastingly lush place defined by rivers and you’ll follow the Kavango into Botswana to the top of the Delta’s panhandle and Nxamaseri Lodge. It’s great spot for birding, fishing and boat trips to see crocodiles and hippos. The exceptional rock art of Tsodilo Hills, Botswana’s first World Heritage Site, are also nearby.

Back in Namibia, explore the rich wetlands of Nkasa Rupara National Park from a remote eco-camp on day and night game drives and boating along the Kwando-Linyanti River. Cross once again into Botswana and the iconic Chobe National Park to the friendly lodge on a quieter stretch of the riverfront which is an ideal base for waterborne safaris to see the great elephant herds Chobe is famous for, as well as night drives and walks in the Forest Reserve. Antelope species are prolific and predator sightings not uncommon.

End your trip in Zimbabwe by the breath-taking Victoria Falls. Chill out with sunset cruises and afternoon tea at a historic venue, or keep the adventure going with exciting excursions on offer here such as white water rafting and microlight flights.

At a glance

Starts: Windhoek International Airport
1 night Elegant Guesthouse - Windhoek, Namibia Bed & Breakfast
2 nights Okonjima Plains Camp - Okonjima Nature Reserve , Namibia Half Board
2 nights Doro Nawas - Damaraland, Namibia Half Board
2 nights Okaukuejo Camp - Etosha National Park, Namibia Bed & Breakfast
2 nights Mushara Outpost - Etosha National Park, Namibia Half Board
1 night Hakusembe Lodge - Caprivi Strip, Namibia Half Board
2 nights Nxamaseri Lodge - North-west Kalahari & Panhandle, Botswana Full Board & Activities
2 nights Jackalberry Camp - Caprivi Strip, Namibia Full Board & Activities
2 nights Muchenje Safari Lodge - Chobe National Park, Botswana Full Board & Activities
2 nights Ilala Lodge - Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe Bed & Breakfast
Ends: Victoria Falls Airport

Elegant Guesthouse

Day 1

The Elegant Guesthouse is a relatively simple but stylish owner-run guesthouse situated in the residential area of Klein Windhoek. It's just a few minutes' drive from the shops, restaurants and other attractions of central Windhoek.

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Okonjima Plains Camp

Days 2-4

Set amidst plains and rolling hills in a 220km2 private reserve just south of Otjiwarongo, Okonjima Plains Camp opened in 2014. It is the most affordable of the places to stay on the Okonjima Nature Reserve, whose raison d'etre is the AfriCat Foundation, set up to conserve and protect Namibia's threatened cheetah, leopard and other wild carnivores. A stay here gives you the opportunity to learn about these animals and to see them up close.

The Okonjima Nature Reserve no longer acts as a release site for former captive cheetahs, therefore cheetah tracking is no longer offered as an activity. Please see the activities section below, for more information on this as well as the other activities on offer.

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Doro Nawas

Days 4-6

Doro Nawas Camp is perched on top of a rugged, rocky hill, on the floodplains of Namibia’s dry Aba Huab River. Solid, castle-like and almost foreboding in appearance, it has open and attractive views across the plains to the mountains and sandstone cliffs of Twyfelfontein.

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Okaukuejo Camp

Days 6-8

Okaukuejo Camp (formerly known as Okakwiju), meaning a woman who bore a child each year, stands at the western end of the famous Etosha Pan, about a half-hour drive from the Andersson Gate, the southern entrance into Etosha National Park. Although a larger camp than most we feature, it is a popular choice due to its well-established waterhole, which attracts a variety of game in large numbers.

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Mushara Outpost

Days 8-10

Just 10km from Etosha National Park's eastern Von Lindequist gate, Mushara Outpost sits within the 25km2 private Mushara Reserve. With only eight tented rooms, it aims to provide an intimate and luxurious base from which to explore Namibia’s foremost wildlife park.

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Hakusembe River Lodge

Day 10

Situated on the banks of the Kavango River, Hakusembe River Lodge is a substantial but established lodge, which has been extended in recent years. It's a peaceful spot, about 12km west of the town of Rundu at the gateway to Namibia’s Caprivi Strip (or Zambezi Region). The lodge is set in lovely well-kept gardens, with roses and other colourful flowers planted in lawns that lead down to the river. Ample shade is provided during the heat of the day by acacia trees, beloved of the resident bird population.

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Nxamaseri Lodge

Days 11-13

One of the oldest lodges in the Okavango, Nxamaseri Island Lodge stands on an island in the Okavango Panhandle, north of the Delta – about 37km south of Shakawe. Nestled among the deep permanent channels of the Panhandle, Nxamaseri offers a prime deep-water Okavango experience. Cruise the waterways in search of birdlife among the papyrus, glide silently across the water in a mokoro, visit the Tsodilo Hills or enjoy a spot of fishing – fly-fishing for the prized tiger fish was pioneered here.

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Jackalberry Tented Camp

Days 13-15

Jackalberry Tented Camp lies in the far north of Namibia, on its own exclusive concession deep within Nkasa Rupara National Park (formerly Mamili National Park). It was initially opened in 2015 as a self-catering camp for those looking to enjoy unrivalled access to the park. Then in February 2016 the owners decided to change tack and it is now an intimate, fully catered and hosted eco-camp.

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Muchenje Safari Lodge

Days 15-17

Set high on an escarpment within the Chobe Forest Reserve, Muchenje Safari Lodge overlooks a seasonal floodplain and the Chobe River, with Namibia's Zambezi Region (formerly the Caprivi Strip) in the distance. From this peaceful spot, about 50m west of the bustling town of Kasane, this traditional lodge has the advantage of running game drives in a relatively quiet area of the Chobe Riverfront.

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Ilala Lodge

Days 17-19

In a convenient location just ten minutes' walk from the Zimbabwe side of the famous Victoria Falls, and even closer to the centre of Victoria Falls town, Ilala Lodge offers good-quality, affordable accommodation furnished in a comfortable colonial style.

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Elegant Guesthouse

Elegant Guesthouse

Windhoek, Namibia

Okonjima Plains Camp

Okonjima Plains Camp

Okonjima Nature Reserve , Namibia

Doro Nawas

Doro Nawas

Damaraland, Namibia

Okaukuejo Camp

Okaukuejo Camp

Etosha National Park, Namibia

Mushara Outpost

Mushara Outpost

Etosha National Park, Namibia

Hakusembe River Lodge

Hakusembe Lodge

Caprivi Strip, Namibia

Nxamaseri Lodge

Nxamaseri Lodge

North-west Kalahari & Panhandle, Botswana

Jackalberry Tented Camp

Jackalberry Camp

Caprivi Strip, Namibia

Muchenje Safari Lodge

Muchenje Safari Lodge

Chobe National Park, Botswana

Ilala Lodge

Ilala Lodge

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

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Highlights

Our thoughts on five of the top experiences of this Pygmy Mouse Self-drive Safari.

  • Experiencing the grand scale and unique wildlife of northern Namibia
  • Varied safaris in Etosha, Caprivi Strip, the Okavango panhandle & Chobe
  • Dramatic landscapes that change almost daily
  • Exploring remote areas visited by just a handful of tourists
  • End at the incredible Victoria Falls with a great mix of exciting activities

Activities

Some activities which can be included in the Pygmy Mouse Self-drive Safari: talk to us about those which interest you.

  • 4WD Safari

  • Birdwatching

  • Boat trip

  • Canoeing

  • Cultural excursion

  • Elephant encounter

  • Fishing

  • Guided walking safari

  • Helicopter

  • Kayaking

  • Microlight

  • Mountain biking

  • Night drive

  • Self-guided walking

  • Sleeping under the stars

  • White-water rafting

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Key species to see on the Pygmy Mouse Self-drive Safari

Based on our travellers' observations, we’ve estimated the likelihood of seeing these species during the Pygmy Mouse Self-drive Safari. Click on the animals and our wildlife surveys page for more info.


Leopard

100% chance

Eland

100% chance

Elephant

100% chance

Giraffe

100% chance

Hippo

100% chance

Oryx

100% chance

Wildebeest

100% chance

Zebra

100% chance

Lion

98% chance

Cheetah

94% chance

Black Rhino

94% chance

Buffalo

92% chance

Spotted Hyena

87% chance

Brown Hyena

76% chance

Sable antelope

75% chance

Roan antelope

59% chance

White Rhino

55% chance

Wild dog

51% chance

Aardvark

19% chance

Sitatunga

18% chance

Pangolin

10% chance

Side-trips whilst on this trip

We may be able to build in some of these optional excursions from the Pygmy Mouse Self-drive Safari. Talk to us: they’re usually best arranged when you book.


Rhino Walk

Rhino Walk

Around four hours - mornings only

Spend an unforgettable morning on a walking safari tracking Mosi-oa-Tunya’s small population of white rhino, with a strong chance of being able to approach these endangered creatures on foot.

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90% (2 reviews)
Chobe Day Trip

Chobe Day Trip

Full day - typically around 11 hours

For a top safari experience while visiting the Victoria Falls, don’t miss a day trip to Botswana’s Chobe National Park. Easily reachable from Livingstone, Zambia or Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Chobe boasts some of the best wildlife densities in southern Africa, with exceptional numbers of elephant drawn by the permanent waters of the Chobe River.

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Helicopter Flight - Zimbabwe

Helicopter Flight - Zimbabwe

Shortest flight is 12-25 minutes

While viewing the Victoria Falls from the ground is a stunning experience, seen the world’s largest waterfall from the air allows for a completely different perspective, historically said to have been so beautiful as to have been seen by ‘angels in flight’.

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94% (7 reviews)
Ra-Ikane River Cruise

Ra-Ikane River Cruise

Two hours minimum

Cruising the upper sections of the Zambezi reveals another dimension to the river's beauty, adding a sense of serenity to the thrill of watching it cascade over the Victoria Falls. On a Ra-Ikane river cruise, experience the river’s islands and channels, keeping an eye out for wildlife, and the spray from the Falls.

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97% (12 reviews)
Elephant Encounter

Elephant Encounter

Three hours

For a very personal encounter with elephants, head to The Elephant Camp near Victoria Falls. From its sanctuary for orphaned elephants, it offers close interaction with one of Africa's most iconic species, including the chance to feed the elephants by hand, and talk to the guides who have raised and trained them.

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100% (2 reviews)
Elephant Art Experience

Elephant Art Experience

Three hours

The Wild Horizons Elephant Sanctuary and Art of Africa have teamed up to create a unique experience in the bush, with private tutors running painting workshops and habituated elephants provision impressive models, standing just metres away from your easel.

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Zambezi Explorer River Cruise

Zambezi Explorer River Cruise

Two hours

Watching the sunset from the middle of the Zambezi River, with the spray of the falls behind you, is an incredibly popular activity. A large variety of cruises are on offer, ranging from cheap and boozy directed towards the backpacker crowd, to much more luxurious and serene experiences. A great option for the latter style is the Zambezi Explorer.

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100% (2 reviews)
Microlight Flight

Microlight Flight

15 or 30 minutes

For pure exhilaration, it's hard to find something better than flying in a microlight, swooping through the spray that crashes up and off the Victoria Falls, with rainbows shimmering below. If you don't like heights, then this isn't for you! For those looking for a different way to see the Falls, the microlight flights offer a stunning birds eye view of this spectacular natural wonder.

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100% (1 reviews)
Livingstone Island & Devil's Pool

Livingstone Island & Devil's Pool

Three hours

Victoria Falls is one of the world's natural wonders, and a huge attraction for many visitors to southern Africa. We're often asked if the waterfall is best viewed from the Zambian or Zimbabwean side, but we think the best way to experience the full majesty of the falls is from the middle with a visit to Livingstone Island.

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100% (5 reviews)
Historical Bridge Tour

Historical Bridge Tour

Two hours - AM & PM departures

A feat of engineering the Victoria Falls Bridge was built in 1905 as part of Cecil Rhodes' vision to link the Cape to Cairo. With an expert guide and the appropriate safety equipment you'll not only discover the wonders of this Victorian marvel but also gain a unique perspective of the Victoria Falls themselves.

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Guided tour of Victoria Falls

Guided tour of Victoria Falls

Two hours - AM & PM departures

One of the seven Natural Wonders of the World, the mighty Victoria Falls has to be seen to be believed. Why not take an expertly guided trip to learn about the history, geology, flora and fauna of one of Africa's most spectacular sites?

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Tram & Bridge Tour

Tram & Bridge Tour

Two hours - generally 12pm-2pm

Starting with lunch at the historic Victoria Falls Station your tram journey takes you through Victoria Falls National Park to the iconic bridge. After a brief stop, you’ll cross to the bridge museum for an informative talk by a local historian. This is followed by snacks and drinks soaking in the views before returning to the station.

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Cookery Course & Activity

Cookery Course & Activity

Six hours - afternoon activity

Make a traditional Southern African ‘potjie dinner’ on the banks of the Zambezi River. You’ll be guided through the preparation process by professional chefs before embarking on an afternoon activity while your dinner cooks. The activity is followed by a 3-course meal, including your self-made Pot as the main course.

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Bushtracks Express

Bushtracks Express

Generally four and a half hours

The Bushtracks Express Train starts its journey at Zimbabwe’s iconic Victoria Falls Station before departing on its route through Victoria Falls National Park the Victoria Falls Bridge, where guests enjoy the stunning view of the Falls. Afterwards, the train will depart for a siding out of town, for dinner.

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