Your journey begins in Windhoek, Namibia's capital. Next, you head to the Etosha National Park which is one of the most important wildlife and nature conservation areas in Africa and was established by the German Governor von Lindequist in 1907. The centrepiece of the park is the Etosha Pan (Etosha = "place of dry water"), a broad, flat plain of over 5 000 km².
You will then see the Caprivi. Nestled between Angola and Botswana is the 32km wide and 180 km long Caprivi Park that extends from the Okavango River in the west to the Kwando River in the east. Here you will find a number of large and small African animals. Finally, you can reach the famous Victoria Falls, the breathtaking spectacle, in which the waters of the Zambezi falls about 108 meters in depth. The locals call this natural wonder "Mosi-oa-Tunya - The Smoke that thunders". This "smoke", the spray often reaches over 500 meters into the sky and is clearly visible from far away.