|Meals: Our self drive wildlife adventure packages or guided tours will not only take you on a wildlife adventure but also to great dining places. A dining recommendation list will be provided in your info pack when booking a self drive package. On route you will have the opportunity to dine a various restaurants and can enjoy a variety of venison, beef, lamb and seafood dishes. Traditional African cuisine is available at most places.|
There will be stops for a light lunch each day. Light lunches is recommended as most lodges provide a buffet dinner with a wide variety of food.
Breakfast will be a choice between an English or Continental breakfast.
Dinner Prices: Dining is very affordable in Southern Africa. Buffet meals will be around $20 to $30 NZD P/P. Some lodges offer Ala Carte meals at prices ranging from $10 to $15 NZD. The average price for a good fillet steak will be $15 NZD.
Wines and Beers: Alcoholic drinks are reasonable priced. A good bottle of wine at a restaurant will set you back $12 to $25 NZD. Most wines are from South Africa. The local beers are good. I will recommend Windhoek Lager it is a good Namibian beer. A beer at a restaurant will be $2.00 NZD.
Tipping: A tip of 10% is expected when served by a waiter. Wages are relatively low, therefore the meal prices are reletively low and the waiters rely on a tip for an additional income.