African Camping Safari 2020!
JULY 4TH-AUGUST 1ST
THIS IS THE ULTIMATE AFRICAN CAMPING SAFARI!
ALL-INCLUSIVE, EXCEPT FOR AIRFARE, ADD-ONS & INCIDENTALS
WHAT YOU WILL EXPERIENCE IN 28 DAYS:
(We are also offering a 14 day Namibia excursion that will meet up with the 28 day group!)
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19 NIGHTS ROOF-TOP TENT CAMPING (Safe & Comfortable!)
9 NIGHTS HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
EXPLORE BEAUTIFUL CAPE TOWN
AUGRABIES FALLS & 4X4 TRAILS
VISIT WITH MEERKATS & KALAHARI BUSH WALK
FENCED CAMPING IN THE KALAHARI
QUIVER TREE FOREST & CHEETAH WALK
SOUSSUSVLEI - WORLDS OLDEST DESERT
SPITZKOPPE - NAMIBIA'S MATTERHORN
VISIT WITH THE JU'HOANSI SAN BUSHMEN
VISIT WITH THE HIMBA PEOPLE
FENCED CAMPING IN ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK
10 FULL DAYS OF GAME DRIVING (KALAHARI & ETOSHA)
CONTINENTAL BREAKFASTS W/EGGS, PACKED LUNCHES & DELICIOUS CAMPFIRE COOKOUTS(SOUTH AFRICAN-STYLE BRAAIS)
SHARK CAGE DIVING!
HOP-ON HOP OFF CAPE EXPLORER BUS
VERGENOEGD WINERY & DUCK PARADE
NIGHT SAFARI DRIVES!
This is what some of last year's guests had to say...
From Rebecca Pollard of Massachusetts...
I went to South Africa and Namibia with Trip In My World last summer for a 21 day trip. We started in Cape Town, SA, which is a beautiful city. We had the opportunity to visit several sights including Robben Island before heading into our safari portion of our trip. We got to experience a family of giraffes running right towards us our first safari day! This was only a taste of what was to come. From walking with cheetahs to playing with meerkats, we got to be up close and personal with the wildlife. We got our share of the big 5 highlighted by a male lion calling his pride. We spent time with a few indigenous tribes including the famous Bushmen. What an honor! The accommodations ranged from comfortable rooftop tents to classically rustic bungalows. Our dining choices also ranged from traditional potjie pots to tasty buffets with a few special meals throughout. I would highly recommend this trip! It gave us a wide range of diverse activities and a ton of off-the-beaten-path experiences. From the avid photographer to the bird enthusiast to culture geek, this is a must-do trip!
From Crystal Amaya of Los Angeles...
Africa is now off of my bucket list!!!
The 21 day African Camping Safari trip in South Africa and Namibia was a wonderful trip. Connie, of Trip In My World, was a fantastic guide! Starting in Cape Town was a lovely introduction to South Africa. There’s a lot to see and do, but 3-4 days there is perfect! The weather is a little chilly sometimes, so bring some warm clothes.
Moving on to the game driving and animal “hunting” (searching for animals in the parks) was thrilling. Then, actually spotting animals, especially that adult male lion, was beyond my wildest dreams! Make sure to bring some good binoculars and a lot of patience, you’ll find and see a lot more.
Enjoying delicious food and snacks was fun! Springbok, ostrich, alligator and kudu were just some of the delicious meat we tried. And the biltong (dried, cured meat; like beef jerky)! Absolutely, try the biltong!
Rooftop camping was a new challenge. I am NOT a big camper! But I dove in and got my hands dirty and loved everything from setting up to breaking down the tents. So, get your hands dirty!!! Speaking of dirty, bring plenty of shampoo/conditioner. I made the slight mistake of bringing enough for only a couple of days, which didn’t go far. This is a dusty desert after all. When not camping, the hotels were simple and clean.
Meeting the Himba, the indigenous people of Namibia, was breathtaking. Connie’s connection to one of their members, John Tjipurua, allowed us an intimate meeting with some of the elder women. If you get the chance to meet them, be respectful to the adults and simply enjoy the children. They were precious!
Lastly, the people on this trip made it an incredible experience. I connected to some more closely than others, and now have lifelong traveling buddies. Kathleen, a resident of South Africa and one of the drivers, will tell you most anything you want to know about the wildlife; she is a walking encyclopedia! And of course, Connie will absolutely take care of you from start to finish!