Day 1: Windhoek. Arrive at Windhoek International Airport. You’ll be met by your guide/ driver. Depending on your time of arrival, a short city tour of Windhoek before we book into our hotel. Dinner and overnight Windhoek.
Day 2: Swakopmund Coast Destination - the coastal town of Swakopmund. You get to visit Namibia’s most celebrated plant, the ancient Welwitchia Mirabilis, found on the vast plains. Also tour Walvis Bay – home to thousands of water birds as well as some of the highest sand dunes in the world. Dinner and overnight in Swakopmund.
Day 3: Swakopmund – Damaraland. Today you travel along the coastal road to the Cape Cross Seal Reserve to see the biggest seal colony in the world. The tour turns back to Henties Bay and travels inland past the Brandberg Mountains into timeless Damaraland on our way to Twyfelfontein. Here, you get to visit the rock formations called the Organ Pipes and the Burned Mountain. At Twyfelfontein we take a guided tour to seen the more than 2,400 historic rock engravings and paintings. Dinner and overnight near Twyfelfontein at the Twyfelfontein Country Lodge.
Day 4: Damaraland (Tsumeb). Depart towards Khorixas and stop at the Petrified Forest. A guide will accompany you to hundreds
of trees, some up to 30 meters. You can also see the Welwitchia Mirabilis, a prehistoric plant that survived a deadly flood centuries ago. Next stop is the ‘Vingerklip”, a rock that points like a finger into the sky. Dinner and overnight at the Vingerklip Lodge.
Day 5: Kaokoland – Etosha National Park. Here, the tour goes to Ethno. Meet the beautiful Himba people; learn of their timeless culture and experience their way living. Later depart for the Etosha Game Reserve where you will stay overnight at the edge of the park. Dinner and overnight at a safari lodge bordering the park.
Day 6: Etosha National Park. Full day game drive through the Park The Etosha National Park – otherwise known as “the place of dry water” is Namibia's top draw attraction, which you will not miss on any good value tour of the country. Etosha nourishes life in abundance in the seething heat of Namibia’s north. Recorded inhabitants of the sanctuary include 114 mammal species, over 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, and swarms of insect species. The park has rich, magical backdrops, and some of the best wildlife photographs have been taken here. Dinner and overnight at a lodge just outside the park’s eastern gate.
Day 7: Etosha – Tsumeb. Depart Etosha for Tsumeb making a stop at Otjikoto Lake –Namibia’s largest permanent lake believed to be bottomless. German troops dumped their wagons with cannons and ammunition into the lake during the 1914 war and some are yet to be recovered. Next stop is Grootfontein to see the more than 60 tons Hoba meteorite. Dinner and overnight at Roy’s Camp.
Day 8: Tsumeb. At Roy’s Camp, enjoy another Ethno-safari. Meet a tribe of Bushmen who live in the area and become one with them. Go with them into the bush to see how they track wild animals, make fire with sticks and live. Watch them dance and sing around a camp fire. You may also try and shoot with their bow and arrows. Dinner and overnight at Roy’s Camp.
Day 9: Tsumeb – Windhoek. Travel back to Windhoek for an overnight in the beautiful city. This is your safari’s pit-stop through the beautiful land of splendor; defined by contrasting landscapes, topographical diversity, vast wilderness and a phenomenal climatography! Dinner and overnight at a hotel near the airport.
Day 10: Windhoek (Departure). Transfer to the Windhoek International Airport for your flight home.
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