Namib Desert to the Okavango Delta with Chris Stamper
April 21 – May 5, 2023


This captivating itinerary combines two of Africa’s premier safari destinations. Vast and sparsely populated, Namibia is characterized by wide open spaces and breathtaking landscapes, from dramatic coastlines and towering dunes to craggy mountains and massive deserts. Explore this stunning setting to discover desert-adapted mammals and a huge variety of birds, some found nowhere else in Africa. By contrast, the Okavango Delta in Botswana is a veritable paradise, home to huge concentrations of wildlife. Explore by traditional dugout canoes and 4x4s to spot iconic species such as elephant, buffalo, hippo, lion, leopard, cheetah, and more.

• Glide silently in a dugout canoe through the waterways of the Okovango Delta, for the chance to see wildlife from a different perspective.

• At dawn, sit outside your suite at the Sossusvlei Dunes and watch the changing, dramatic colors of the sands in front of you.

• Search for Africa’s “Big Five” which
include elephants lions, rhinos, buffalo, and
leopards, as well as endangered reticulated
giraffes and Grevy’s zebras at the exclusive
Loisaba Conservancy.

• Enjoy the rare experience of seeing cheetahs up close; learn about the diligent efforts to preserve their population in Namibia.

Interested in more information? Please contact Africa Easy by calling 1-800-617-2319 or click here to e-mail the Africa Easy Team.

Namib Desert to the Okavango Delta with Chris Stamper
April 21 – May 5, 2023

Day-by-day Itinerary:

Day 1

Windhoek, Namibia

Arrive in Windhoek and transfer to the Am Weinberg Boutique Hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to relax after your travels. This evening, gather with fellow travelers and your expedition leader, Chris Stamper, for a welcome reception and dinner.


Onguma Nature Reserve

After breakfast, depart overland for the Cheetah Conservation Fund to meet some resident cheetahs. After lunch continue on to the Onguma Tented Camp and savor a sundowner drink overlooking the camp’s waterhole before dinner.

DAY 3 & 4

Etosha National Park

Covering over 8,000 square miles, Etosha National Park encompasses a vast 80-mile-long salt pan – and is Namibia’s premier game-viewing destination. Spend two full days exploring the eastern side of the park, as well as its many waterholes and plains.


NamibRand Nature Reserve

This morning, fly to NamibRand Nature Reserve, stopping off in the historic coastal town of Swakopmund en route. Check in to the beautiful Kwessi Dunes Lodge, where each bedroom has a separate ‘star gazer’ room, open to the sky and ideal for peering upward at the night skies.

DAY 6 & 7

NambiRand Nature Reserve / Sossusvlei

Namiba’s striking NamibRand Nature Reserve is a vast desert wilderness. Here, it’s not about chasing big game, but rather soaking up the beauty of the colorful and unique landscape. Spend two full days exploring this stunning desert, including an excursion to Sossusvlei, famous for its towering sand dunes.


Johannesburg, South Africa

After one last excursion and breakfast, board our flight to Windhoek and connect with our flight to South Africa. Arrive in Johannesburg and transfer to the InterContinental Johannesburg O.R. Tambo Hotel for dinner and overnight.


Chobe National Park, Botswana

This morning, board our flight to Maun and connect with our flight to Chobe National Park. Check into Savute Safari Lodge, your base for three nights.

DAY 10 & 11

Chobe National Park / Savute Marsh

Spend two full days exploring this area well known for its very large elephant population around the Savute Marsh. This area supports large populations of wildlife and the birding is particularly spectacular. Another highlight includes a visit to the San Rock paintings at Gubatsa Hills.

DAY 12

Okavango Delta

After a morning activity and breakfast, board our flight to the Okavango Delta one of Botswana’s richest wildlife viewing areas. Check into Little Vumbura Camp for three nights.

DAY 13 & 14

Okavango Delta

Explore the vast flood plains via mokoro (dug-out canoe) guided by polers from the BaYei tribe. Water levels permitting, boats take you into deeper areas of water while 4×4 vehicles allow better potential for sightings of lions, leopards, elephants, buffalo, and various species of antelope.

DAY 15

Johannesburg / Depart

On your last day, time permitting, embark on one final game drive. Board our charter flight to Maun to connect with your flight to Johannesburg and your independent homeward flight.

Note: The above itinerary and arranged sightseeing is subject to change. Please contact us with your preferred travel dates and goals to confirm your trip.


Namib Desert to the Okavango Delta with Chris Stamper
April 21 – May 5, 2023


Per Person: $21,980
Single Supplement: $2,990

International Airfare:
Africa Easy does not make international air reservations and international air is not included in your quote. However, please do let us know if you would like assistance with booking your international air. We would be happy to put you in touch with our airline partner, Exito Travel to assist you with your international air reservation.


  • 14 nights accommodation

  • All meals, non-alcoholic beverages and beer

  • All excursions, transportation and local guides

  • Park fees, taxes, gratuities and tips

  • Internal flights from arrival in Windhoek until departure in Maun

  • Arrival and departure transfers

Deposit & Payments

A completed & signed Africa Easy Reservation Form, along with your 25% safari package deposit.


This itinerary is subject to the availability of all services at the time of making a reservation. No space is being held at this time. Please contact Africa Easy for the full terms and conditions that apply. We are happy to answer questions and discuss your trip.

To reserve space on a trip on the Africa Easy website, please contact Africa Easy by calling 1-800-617-2319 or click here to e-mail the Africa Easy Team.

Namib Desert to the Okavango Delta with Chris Stamper
April 21 – May 5, 2023



Chris began his career as a professional safari guide in South Africa 21 years ago. There, in its game-rich areas, he’s had the privilege of guiding travelers, reading animal behavior, and birding – his greatest joys in the field. Chris’s love of adventure led him to become involved with the development and training of aspiring guides in South Africa, Kenya, and Tanzania.

Chris’s fervent admiration for nature—as well as his skill for tracking and observing wildlife—has always left clients with a new and deepened understanding for Africa, its beauty and its exceptional people. Be it on trails, in a game vehicle or simply sitting around a campfire discussing interesting sights from the day, Chris will keep you captivated and well-informed, and eager to see and experience more. His special gift is being able to make every individual traveler enjoy their wildlife experience in a way that’s unique to them. His goal is to share the wonders of nature with each one so that it will truly be an experience they remember literally for the rest of their lives.

Chris leads safaris to Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Ethiopia, The Democratic Republic of Congo, and of course South Africa.

April 21 - May 05, 2023