Experience Namibia at first hand with Pasjona Safaris. Discover the fauna-rich, fascinating land on exciting tours through nature.

Phone: +264 61 269 434


Brigitte Marder-Scheid +264 81 124 6177

Dagmar Räntsch +264 81 128 6057

E-Mail: info@pasjona.com

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Antilopen Männchen in Namibia

Further information

valid until October 2024

Prices without flight per person in a double room for a number of participants of 4 persons:
N$ 88.500,00 per person.

Price change:

All listed prices correspond to the present tariffs at the time of the tender. These prices may be changed in the short term due to unpredictable increases without the traveler being able to be notified in advance.

Services included:

  • Transfers as described in the itinerary
  • Transport in piste- and safari-friendly, local vehicles
  • Accommodation and meals as described in the itinerary
  • Activities as described in the itinerary
  • Entrance fees to the national parks and attractions as described in the itinerary
  • Trilingual experienced tour guide – guided tour in German

Not included:

  • personal expenses
  • Drinks and tips
  • International and domestic flights, we are happy to make you an offer with Air Namibia or South African Airways

This trip can also be undertaken as a self-drive-tour.

Price changes modifications to the program are reserved for booking reasons. Price changes subject to strong changes in the exchange rate.

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A trip to the “Namibian Okavango Delta”. You will experience the nature, environment and wildlife of the famous Okavango Delta, but in the Namibian Caprivi Strip. A journey for nature and animal lovers. On this journey you will see many different species of animals! The journey begins with white rhinos and then you will experience the wide range of different animal species in Namibia. The distinct contrast between the arid semi-desert areas of the Etosha National Park and the water-rich dry forests, mud flats and rivers of Caprivi shows a variety of different animals and plants because of the different habitats that almost no other country in Africa can offer. We recommend this trip for guests who want to experience a great biodiversity in the animal and plant world and want to deal intensively with the “living” world of Africa.

Game drive Arrival at Windhoek International Airport. After we have picked you up from the airport, we will show you Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, on a short city tour. We take you to old colonial buildings, such as the Christuskirche, the Tintenpalast, the “Alte Feste” and of course various modern impressions of the inner city. In order to get to know Windhoek from all perspectives, the former native district of Katutura is briefly visited. While strolling through the city you can let the colorful mix of Namibian’s different peoples and cultures take their breath away. The opportunity to exchange money and make purchases of various kinds in Windhoek is taken care of. Additional activities included: In the afternoon you have your first encounters with the wildlife of Namibia. On the Duesternbrook Wildhegegebiet we do a game drive in the open four-wheel drive vehicle. With very high chance to encounter various antelope species, but also white rhinos and giraffes.

DUESTERNBROOK GUESTFARN. Overnight / Breakfast, B / B (D = dinner, A = accommodation, B = breakfast)

You have enough time for your safari in Etosha National Park. Your guide will show you the variety of animals. Elephants, rhinos, lions & cheetahs live here, as well as many other cats. Also a variety of antelope such as kudu, oryx and wildebeest. Large herds of springbok and zebra can be seen.

ETOSHA VILLAGE  D / B / B – two nights
NAMUTONI RESTCAMP  D / B / B – one night

Pure Africa, different African tribes live in this region. Your accommodation is located directly on the Okavango River. Magical sunsets await you.


Along the Okavango River you will discover the fishermen, traders and operators of traditional shops. Sledges are pulled by oxen to transport goods. Fish and meat are hung in trees and offered for sale. Potteries offer their wares at the roadside. There is a hustle and bustle everywhere. Arrive at your accommodation in a game reserve and enjoy boat tours and game drives for the next few days


Today we head for the Chobe River. Not far from here, the countries of Namibia, Zambia, Botswana and Zimbabwe meet. Elephant, buffalo, crocodile, hippo, antelope and hundreds of different bird species congregate on the islands and banks of the Chobe just outside our accommodation. If you are lucky you will see a large herd of elephants swimming through the water, a unique experience. The Chobe River is considered to be one of the regions of Africa with the greatest density of animals. For many kilometers, the Chobe River floods numerous flat islands every year. Additional activities included: Here the game drives are undertaken with a boat. The flat aluminum boats are very comfortable (there is also plenty of space) and are very stable and quiet, ideal for any wildlife observation and photography. Optionally, you can take a day trip to the Victoria Falls. Such an impressive natural spectacle cannot be put into words. You will visit the Victoria Falls and the large street market.


The Kavango (Okavango) opens up before us. Already in the afternoon we get to see the Popa rapids. A short hike to the falls and through the thickets of the Popa National Park has delighted many a nature lover. We visit the Mahango National Park. Although not very large, the park is home to the rare sable and roan antelope, of course giraffe and often elephant, lychee moor antelope, waterbuck and also reedbuck on the banks of the Okavango. The majestic Fish Eagle impresses with its reputation and remarkable appearance. We drive through the thick sand of the park, here we find the special plains zebra – a subspecies of the Chapman zebra and often small herds of buffalo.


Not far from Bushmanland is the guest farm Roy’s Camp. From there we take a trip to a Bushman village and can get to know a part of the life and traditions of these friendly people. On the farm itself is a watering hole that attracts eland antelope, zebra or impala. Additional services included: Visit to a Bushman village.

ROY’S CAMP D / B / B or similar.

The last “day of the route” should progress quickly, so that there is still enough time in the capital to buy Namibian handicrafts as a souvenir. In Windhoek, many artists have teamed up to form a very large market, the “Craftcentre”. Here, the customer may undisturbed admire and purchase the entire range of Namibian art.


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