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31 December - Departure: Travel from O.R Tambo International to Victoria Falls. After dinner you will be at leisure until 1 am.
In 1 January out 4 January - Victoria Falls: This morning we will sleep in. We will be in Victoria Falls for four days. We will be busy with different project.
We will be doing preparation for the Kalahari-Vasbyt. We will relax and do bungee jumping and white water rafting. We will also be working in the community at the school we have been involved with for many years.
In 4 January and out 5 January - Chobe: This is a day of chilling at the Chobe National Park near Kasane in Botswana. Surrounded by breathtaking scenery we will overnight, ensure that all is ready for the next stage of the adventure … and simply chill.
In 5 January out 7 January - Savuti: Subsequent to completing a game drive along the river, we will depart to Savuti which is, without a doubt, one of the most animal rich areas in Southern Africa.
In 7 January out 9 January - Khwai river, Moreni:My favourite camping site within the Okavango Delta and we will stay for two nights.
In 9 January out 11 January - Maun :In the village of Maun, we will replenish our provisions for the rest of the safari.
In 11 January out 14 January - Central Kalahari Game Reserve: As the first day dawns you will soon realize that the ultimate high light of the tour has commenced. It is here where you will feel the oneness with and harmony of living with nature and your Creator. As from December till April thousands of wild plains animals migrate to and through Deception Valley and, preying on them many predators such as prides of lion, etc. At night a roster of guard duty will be adhered to; you will keep watch whilst your buddies sleep and so we establish trust in each other whilst being a part of nature.
13 January – Central Kalahari Route March: If not sufficiently fit or psychologically motivated you may find it difficult to complete, but you need not be a super hero to do so. This is the ultimate test. You will however have access to as much water and food as you need to achieve completion. The main thing is to believe in your ability to endure and many, who weren’t sportsmen, have aced this test in the past.
In 14 January out 15 January: Lethlakane: - A quick journey will bring us to Lethlakane where we will rid ourselves of the Kalahari dust and chill after the taxing Route March. We will, however, eventually also prepare ourselves and specifically our legs for the final PT session and 3000 M.
In 15 January out 16 January - Khama Rhino Sanctuary: We stay on a youth camping site where we will do our last as well as the qualifying PT session, but we will also clean and repair everything that needs to be repaired.
In 16 January out 17 January - Klein Kariba: Before total relaxation and tons of fun, we need to do the final time trial. Thereafter it is all about the warm baths, swimming and slides on which we supposedly are not to enjoy at 24:00, but …
17 January – Homeward bound:We drive to O.R Tambo International Airport from where you will travel home or where you attend school. (The cost of the return flight is included in the price of the course).