26 days tour

Nairobi To Johannesburg (93 Days) Grand Adventurer (aga93)

This tour includes:


Services of 2 Oasis Crew (tour leader & driver)


Meals prepared by group or provided - approx 60%


Mikumi Game ParkPrivate Game RanchOvernight sleeper train from Bulawayo to Victoria Falls*Chobe National Park (entrance & river cruise)Etosha National ParkCheetah ParkNamib Naukluft ParkSpitzkoppe Rock formationsCape Cross Seal ColonySossusvlei DunesFish River CanyonStony Point Penguin ColonyCape AgulhasCango Calcite CavesOstrich farmGarden RouteAddo Elephant National Park - Game driveWild Coast - deserted beaches and awesome sceneryLesothoDrakensburg MountainsRoyal Natal National Park


All transport on Oasis Expedition TruckReturn ferry to Zanzibar


Accommodation - approx. 80% camping and 20% simple hostels/hotels4 nights accommodation on ZanzibarOvernight sleeper train from Bulawayo to Victoria Falls (if operating)

Not included:


Visas $175 - $405 (depending on nationality most can be obtained en route)Meals - approx 40%Optional Excursions as listed in the pre-departure informationSerengeti Excursion (bookable as Add on)Local Payment of USD2020 (2023) payable at the start of the tripGorilla Trekking Permit (bookable as an Add on)Airport Taxes & TransfersTravel InsuranceFlightsDrinksTips


Flights not included


Other activities and services are not included


Insurance not included

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Itinerary of your trip Nairobi To Johannesburg (93 Days) Grand Adventurer (aga93)

  • Day 1 Day 1-4: Nairobi To Nakuru
    • 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

      Day 1-4: Nairobi To Nakuru

      After our pre-departure meeting - our trip departs Nairobi and heads north into one of Africa’s greatest natural features, the East African Rift Valley. Stretching from the Dead Sea in Jordan down to Mozambique in Southern Africa, our first view is from the top of a steep escarpment. Overland trips through East Africa will allow you to experience some of the most dramatic scenery in the world, and the Rift Valley is a definite highlight. The valley floor seems to sweep on forever and is dotted with volcanic peaks, shimmering lakes and countless springs. Our journey takes us into the heart of the Rift Valley to Lake Naivasha. We camp near the lake shore where Hippossometimes feed at night! Here you can walk to Elsamere, the house of Joy Adamson - of Elsa the Lion and Born Free fame, and enjoy a film of her life - and cream teas! You can also hire mountain bikes and cycle or walk through Hells Gate National Park - the only game reserve in Kenya in which you are permitted to do so. Or for a less active but equally enjoyable game viewing experience - visit the Crater Lake Game Sanctuary. Both offer excellent scenery and opportunities to spot hyrax, abundant bird and plant life along with several types of gazelle, impala and eland. Next we travel to Lake Nakuru National Park - home to a wide variety of wildlife including Black Rhino, Hippo, Lion, Leopard, Hyena and Giraffe. However, Nakuru is a soda lake and most famous for its pink inhabitants, a flock of almost a million Pink Flamingos which feed noisily along the shoreline.

  • Day 2 Day 5-7: Nakuru To Kampala
    • 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

      Day 5-7: Nakuru To Kampala

      We then continue west and travel to Uganda. A mountainous drive with spectacular scenery through the Nandi Hills brings us to our next stop at Eldoret. From here we cross the Kenya - Uganda border, and continue to camp near Jinja - Uganda's adventure playground. Here, on the edge of Lake Victoria, the Nile begins its 6700km journey to the sea. We spend the next few days downstream from the source of the Nile. This is a spectacular area and a superb place to go whitewater rafting or kayaking. You can also organise quad biking, horse riding or a visit to a local education project. A short drive takes us to the capital Kampala. Kampala has had a turbulent past, but these days it is a friendly and safe city. We have a free day to spend in local cafes and nightspots - where you can get to know the local people.

  • Day 3 Day 8-10: Kampala To Kabale
    • 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

      Day 8-10: Kampala To Kabale

      The following day we have a long drive as we head west through swamps, patches of forest and fertile green countryside. As we travel through Uganda, we'll pass through a number of small towns and villages; Mpigi, where you will see roadside stalls manufacturing and selling traditional musical instruments; Kyazanga, where we can buy fresh rotisserie and roasted meat and vegetables, as well as roasted plantain bananas. We will also be able to make a photo stop where our route crosses the Equator. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park are home to several families of Highland Mountain Gorillas. Getting up close to these amazing creatures is truly a once in a lifetime experience and one of the highlights of the trip. You have the opportunity to trek to see the Gorillas in Uganda (bookable as an Add on). It is estimated that only around 700 of these gentle giants remain. This mountainous area on the borders of Rwanda, Uganda and Zaire (now renamed Democratic Republic of Congo) is their only natural habitat and they are periodically threatened by poachers and political instability in the area. One permit allows you to spend about 50 to 60 minutes with one of the gorilla families. Trekking to find them in groups of 8 people can take anywhere from half an hour to 5 hours. The organisations and well-trained guides that continually monitor and protect the families are conscientious and responsible. We will base ourselves in the village of Kabale which will give you the opportunity to trek the Mountain Gorillas and visit the beautiful Lake Bunyonyi, where you will have the opportunity to visit a school for orphans or a pygmy village. (Due to the popularity of Trekking to the Mountain Gorillas and the limited availability of obtaining Trekking Permits, we may do the Gorilla trek in Rwanda in Volcanos National Park, which may come at an additional cost - you will be advised in advance).


Tour leaving from Nairobi

Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, is a vibrant and lively city. With a unique combination of wildlife, culture, and modernity, Nairobi offers a unique experience for travelers. From Nairobi National Park to the Maasai Market, there are plenty of attractions to explore. Additionally, the city has a vibrant nightlife and a rich history that can be discovered in its museums.

Experience Style

Experience Style


There will be challenging activities such as hiking, biking, canyoning and trekking, but you’re also going to have other means of transportation and relaxed moments to just chill.

Accomodation level

Accomodation level


This accommodation includes essential services like a hot shower, electricity, and a nice and comfy bed.

Experience Type

Experience Type

Small Group

You’ll be accompanied by a small group of travelers just like you.

Physical Rating

Physical Rating


Almost everyone is fit for these activities. Every hike or physical exercise last less than 30 minutes, such as paragliding and horseback riding. Please ask about specific conditions.

Age range

Age range

Min: 18 / Max: 69

Age range allowed for this experience.

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