Damaraland is a rugged and remote desert safari destination in north-central Namibia. Damaraland was the name given the area, after the Damara people who inhabited the region. A safari in Damaraland is characterised by rugged, rocky terrain and highly exclusive game viewing of desert-adapted wildlife. The south of Damaraland has a wealth of Bushman rock…Read More
Situated within the heart of the Chobe National Park, the Savuti is a wild and remote region bordering the western edge of the Okavango Delta. The region has two major geographical features: the Savuti Channel and the Savuti Marsh. Once a vast inland lake, the Savuti Marsh is fed by the Savuti Channel – a…Read More
While just 3900km in size, the Moremi Game Reserve covers almost one-third of the eastern side of the Delta and consists of a vast network of waterways surrounding two large islands – Mopane Tongue and Chief’s Island. And while only 30% of the reserve is mainland, it boasts a surprisingly diverse terrain, ranging from vast…Read More
Located on the Southeast coast of South Africa, the Garden Route is one of South Africa’s most-loved road trips. This special stretch of the N2 runs along the coast from the Western Cape to the Eastern Cape, and is a favourite getaway for locals and tourist alike. Each town along this popular route brings with…Read More
The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is an enormous wildlife reserve straddling the border between South Africa and Botswana. It is an impressive joining of forces between two governments, to protect wildlife on both sides of the border – an historic agreement which created Southern Africa’s first Peace Park. The park covers an area of 38, 000…Read More
It’s no surprise that Cape Town has ranked among the top cities in the world on the list of most sought-after holiday destinations. From the iconic Table Mountain to the pristine beaches and colourful houses in Bo Kaap, Cape Town is teeming with natural beauty, a dynamic culture and a vibrancy that is found nowhere…Read More
The Kruger National Park receives over 1.4 million visitors a year, and it’s no surprise why people keep going back. Spanning an incredible 352km from north to south, the park is made up of 1.9 million hectares of diverse vegetation and unique habitats. The range of fauna and flora found in the Kruger National Park…Read More
Established in 1929 and covering an area of approximately 14 650km² the Hwange National Park is the oldest and largest game reserve in Zimbabwe. Known for it’s untouched nature and large populations elephant, it is situated in the northwest corner of Zimbabwe, just one hour from the mighty Victoria Falls. The first known occupants of…Read More
Established in 1968, the Chobe National Park is the third largest game reserve in Botswana. Most notably, it boasts Africa’s largest population of elephant, and as such, is fondly known as ‘The Land of the Giants’. Covering an area of approximately 11700km² in northern Botswana, the Chobe National Park features a number of different mesmerizing…Read More
The Namib-Naukluft National Park encompasses part of the Namib Desert, the Naukluft Mountains, Sesriem, Sossusvlei and the NamibRand Nature Reserve. Covering an overall area of almost 50, 000km², the park is the largest in Africa, the fourth largest in the world and one of the oldest on earth. Mention the Namib Desert and images of…Read More
Situated in the north-west corner of Botswana, the Okavango Delta is a vast inland delta formed by seasonal flooding of the Kalahari Desert. A 15000km² maze of tranquil lagoons, meandering waterways, verdant islands, expansive floodplains, and thick woodland it is an undisturbed haven to a wide variety of wildlife and birdlife. Often referred to as…Read More
The town of Victoria Falls is home to one of the most impressive natural wonders known to man, the mighty waterfall afterwhich it was named. Affectionately known as Mosi-O-Tunya, or ‘The Smoke That Thunders’, the Victoria Falls attracts visitors from all over the world. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is the key attraction to…Read More
Etosha National Park is Namibia’s greatest wildlife sanctuary, home to excellent big game viewing, a 5,000km² salt pan and some of the tallest elephants in Africa. Etosha National Park is the greatest wildlife sanctuary in Namibia, spanning 22, 270 km² of wildlife-rich territory in the north-west of the country. Etosha National Park gets its name…Read More
As we all hang in there waiting for this virus to pass some updated info from Kiboko Adventures:
March & April 2020 departures:
ALL departures in March & April have now been CANCELLED. It has become extremely difficult for clients to fly in and out of countries so we took the decision in the best interests of everyone to cancel departures for these 2 months.
All tours who were on the road have been stopped and clients re patriated.
May & June 2020 departures:
May & June departures will be reviewed as the situation changes.
1 month before departure a decision will be made and communicated to you.
Amended Cancelation policy:
May & June departures – there will be NO cancellation fees applicable. Deposits to be refunded in full to clients.
July to Dec departures – the 20% deposit will be carried over to a new booking for travel in 2020 or 2021. Should a client not travel in this period this deposit will be lost.
NOTE: these terms will be reviewed as time goes on and we get closer to each departure month without changes in the travel ban situation.
I am here to answer any questions and hang in there everyone – we will all come out stronger on the other side!