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Namibia Semi Luxury Mobile Safari 2012

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Key Information:
Tour Duration: 15 day(s)
Group Size: 4 - 6 people
Destination(s): Namibia  
Specialty Categories: Ecotourism   National Parks  
Season: January - December
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 3150 Euro (EUR)
Maximum Per Person Price: 3150 Euro (EUR)

M17383 specialises in providing semi-luxury mobile safaris, conducted in specially prepared comfortable off-road game viewing vehicle and led by experienced guides. The safari will cover a number of distinct eco-systems within the Namibian bush environments, including the awe inspiring and fascinating remote areas of Damarland and Kaokoland.

Care has been taken in choosing this itinerary to include the following well known, and some lesser known but nonetheless exciting bush and game areas:
- Damaraland
- Kaokoland
- Etosha National Park.

This is a semi-luxury safari whereby a crew will accompany you throughout, making and breaking camp, cooking and serving all meals,as well as doing all camp chores. Your role is to sit back, relax and enjoy. Note also that all sleeping equipment is provided incl duvets and sheets (not sleeping bags), towels etc. This safari is for 14 nights, commencing and ending in Windhoek, Namibia.

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1
arr Windhoek. Met by us. Overnight at a camp site near the market town of Outjo en route to Etosha Game Reserve.

Days 2+3+4
Camp for three nights, first at Okaukuejo, in this unique, world famous reserve. Continue in Etosha National Park, game viewing at leisure during the day, moving on to Fort Namutoni.

Day 5
Leaving Etosha drive north, to Ruanca near the Angola border and over night camp at the idyllic community campsite.

Days 6+7
Following the Kunene River west to Epupa Falls on the Kunune River. Camp for two nights, explore this area and visit Himba villages.

Day 8
Continue via the beautiful Marienfluss to camp on banks of Kunene river.

Days 9+10
Head south through Kaokoland, to Purros in search of the scarce desert adapted elephant,

Day 11
A magnificent and awe inspiring journey via Huanib River bed, and remote valleys to Sesfontein and on to Ongongo. Overnight camp in the Khowarib Schlucht.

Day 12
South through Damaraland to Aba-Huab community camp site close to the Twyfelfontein complex, Burnt Mountain and the Organ pipes. This is the southern most area for desert adapted elephant and black rhino.

Day 13
Continue south with the Brandberg ever present on the sky line, to Cape Cross on the Atlantic coast and on to Swakopmund. Overnight camp next to the Ocean. With some time available in Swakopmund to explore this quaint German town, and do some shopping.

Day 14
Return to Windhoek and overnight at a lodge on the outskirts of the city.

Day 15
Safari ends after breakfast. Transfer to Windhoek airport.

A word about this safari.
This is a semi-luxury safari whereby a crew will accompany you throughout, making and breaking camp, cooking and serving all meals,as well as doing all camp chores. Your role is to sit back, relax and enjoy. Note also that all sleeping equipment is provided incl duvets and sheets, towels etc.

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Notes:
Airfare is not included in the tour price.

Price.
The price for the above safari itinerary is Euro 3,150 per person for 14 days for a minimum of 4 people.

The price includes
-transport as indicated above.
-use of all camping equipment and sleeping gear.
-exclusive service of guides and crew.
-food and beverages with three meals per day
-beer and wine served around the campfire and with evening meals.
-all entry and camping fees to both National Parks and private concession areas.

plus
-lodge or chalet accommodation on a shared basis as shown on day 14

The price excludes
-airfares and other costs to and from start and end points
-bar bills, laundry and extras charged in hotel and lodges if used.
-visas and other governmental requirements.
-medical, health, loss and evacuation insurance
-any charges for extra activities not specifically mentioned in the itinerary
-tips and gratuities

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