DINING
BOTSWANA
NAMIBIA

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  Guided Tours

 BOTSWANA EXPERIENCES
  Elephant Back Safari
  Walk with Lions
  Walk with Bushmen
  Okavango Delta Walk
  Okavango Mokoro Trip
  Okavango Scenic Flight
  Visit Victoria Falls
  Culture Tours
  Chobe Game Drive
  Chobe Sunset Cruise

 NAMIBIA EXPERIENCES
  Namib Game Drive
  Desert Scenic Flight
  Sesriem Canyon
  Walk to Deadvlei
  Climb Dune 45

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  Dining
  Road Conditions
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 All Taken by our Guests:
  Namib Desert
  Okavango Delta
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DINING IN AFRICA

      
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.

All Pictures taken by our Guests