If you are a nature lover, an RV trip to South Africa is for you. You will have an exceptional and unforgettable experience, away from the noise and crowded tourist beaches. Discover these beautiful African countries where you can observe wild animals in their natural environment. In a group or solo, don’t miss these fabulous places on your trip to South Africa!
Visit the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa
To get to you at Punta del Capo, you have to take the Cape Peninsula which creates a passage between the Atlantic Ocean and False Bay. I recommend you start the tour from the east coast, via Muizenberg. But it is possible to leave from the west via Camps Bay.
On the way to Cape Point, you can take a break at Muizenberg Boulders Beach, but also Camps Bay, Noordhoek Beach and Kommetjie. During your motorhome trip to southern africago explore breathtaking landscapes comprising of mountains, panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic. In the Cape Peninsula you will also discover South African flora and fauna, but also long white sandy beaches.
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Go from desert to desert in Namibia
Nothing can describe the incredible tenacity of life in the deserts of Namibia. So, waste no time and leave quickly on a tailor-made tour to Namibia that will leave you full of memories! You can exchange your motorhome for a 4×4 e en route to the Kgalagadi.
The red earth and dry grass reserve you a very silent welcome. The wind blows warm air over the edge of the Kalahari and the heat invades the runway. After this acclimatization phase, you will discover the oldest desert in the world. This border park is home to ostriches, zebras, wildebeests, oryx and more.
Continue your adventure to Keetmanshoop and the beautiful quiver tree silhouettes. It is then that the gaping fault of the Fish River Canyon appears. So go discover Lüderitz. This remnant of German colonization has stood the test of time.
You can walk with your feet in the sand between the colorful facades of the houses. Finally in front of you the dunes of the Namib which enclose a dried up lake. Let your mind absorb this beautiful sunrise over the crest of the orange dunes.
Take a trip to the Okavango Delta in Botswana
The second largest delta in the world offers billions of cubic meters of water where savannah animals come and quench their thirst. Therefore, tourists can observe zebras, elephants, big cats and other animals. Crossing forests, savannas and part of the Kalahari desert, the Okavango delta offers you surprising routes.
Walk along the delta to discover the savannah in a different way. You can explore terrestrial wildlife from a canoe in the middle of the river or observe the animals from the banks. There African savannah it is known for its lions, leopards, buffaloes and elephants.
But, walking along the Okavango, we realize it African birds they also deserve attention. These small animals offer a magnificent show that plunges you into a complete immersion in a totally wild nature.