Going Places Tours and Travel is dedicated to creating and facilitating travel experiences that expand awareness and give each person a true sense of the country and culture they are visiting. We specialize in Zambia and the Southern Region of Africa, and we know we can succeed at giving each client the most complete travel experience at the best price.

Physical and Postal Addresses
35c Lake Road, Woodlands,
Lusaka, Zambia

Phone:
+260 975 063499
+260 954 063499
Email: info@goingplaceszambia.com

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Namibia

One of the sights is the Etosha National Park, its one of Southern Africa's finest and most important sanctuary. Etosha was founded in 1907 and has an area of 22,270 km2, compared with the entire Småland with an area of 29 330 km2. Here are 114 different mammals, 340 species of birds, 110 reptiles and 16 amphibians (frogs). Here is the opportunity to see the "Big Five". The leopard is difficult to see. During the dry season, tens of thousands of animals converge to drink at the waterholes, elephant, giraffe, rhino and lion, possibly leopard, cheetah and much more. Luckily, the park was designed to make viewing such game easy. Good roads, signposts and plenty of lookouts make Etosha perfect for self-drive tours, and the three rest camps of Okaukuejo, Halali and Namutoni offer many choices when it comes to lodging. You’ll also find restaurants, stores and other services in the vicinity.
Seeing vast herds of game against this backdrop, referred to in the local vernacular as the great white place of dry water makes the Etosha game viewing experience truly unique. It’s a must see!

Sossusvlei: Sossusvlei means the gathering place of water though seldom will you find water here. Instead you’ll find the highest sand dunes in the world and perhaps Namibia’s most outstanding scenic attraction.
 
These dunes, part of the Namib Desert, have developed over a period of many millions of years. The result of material water flowing from the Orange River dumped into the Atlantic Ocean, carried northward and then returned again to land by the surf. Here the wind continuously shifts the sand further and further inland, reshaping patterns in warm tints that contrast vividly with the dazzling white surface of the large deflationary clay pans at their bases. Climbing up one of these dunes provides breathtaking views of the whole area, including Deadvlei, a large ghostly expanse of dried white clay punctuated by skeletons of ancient camelthorn trees, carbon dated between 500-600 years old.
The best time to view Sossusvlei is close to sunrise and sunset when the dunes refract spectacular colors, ranging from burnt orange, red and deep mauve. It’s a photographer’s dream.

Suggested Packages

Suggested Packages


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