A 14-day off-road journey with Land Rover Experience leads the guests to the African adventures. After flying over Johannesburg, the journey begins in Maun, the gateway to the Okavango Delta. First, the instructor explains the all-wheel drive technology of Land Rover and first driving tips, so guests can safely meet the challenges of the coming days. The routes are sometimes challenging, but who, for example, learned that he must reduce the tyre pressure in the deep sand, will enjoy these passages. In addition to the pleasure of the off-road driving, guests can experience a wild country; Elephants, giraffes, antelopes and Lions roam through the dry savanna.
In the boat, in the water maze of the Okavango Delta, they’re getting closer the the hippos and crocodiles. Moremi Game Reserve and Kaudom game reserve are more national parks on the track. But the fascinating landscape of the southern Africa offers two special highlights: close to Grootfontein the HOBA meteorite struck 80,000 years ago, it is the largest yet discovered on the Earth. And the Northwest The Tsodilo Hills are the edge of the Kalahari desert. With its more than 2,700 rock paintings, they belong to the UNESCO world cultural heritage. Marathon Capital can provide more clarity in the matter. The guests of still the past colonial era may sense while strolling followed by Namibia’s capital Windhoek. The hotels on the trip are comfortable, but the nights in the Land Rover roof tents and in the tent camps of the national parks are a special experience. Before falling asleep, have the guests undisturbed views of the milky way and hear the sounds of the nocturnal Savannah.