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Tour Duration: 13 - 21 day(s)
Group Size: 2 - 12 people
Specialty Categories: National Parks Wildlife Viewing
Season: January - December
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 39366 South Africa Rand (ZAR)
Maximum Per Person Price: 70000 South Africa Rand (ZAR)
- the vast expanse of Etosha National Park
- energetically climbing the highest sand dunes in the world
- Damaraland and the desert elephants
- isolation in luxury lodges and camps in some of the remotest parts of the world
Day 1: Windhoek. Your guide will meet you at the airport. Drive you to your accommodation. From here you will do a city tour of Windhoek in the afternoon. Includes: (D).
Day 2 - Day 3: Windhoek – Sossusvlei (320 km)
After breakfast you will set off for the dunes of Sossusvlei. The special attraction of the Namib Rand is the captivating beauty and diversity of its landscape, which changes from gravel plains, to rugged canyons with towering walls of volcanic rock and distant mountain ranges. There are numerous optional activities to partake in over the next couple of days, including climbing the highest dunes in the world. Includes: (D),(B).
Day 4 - Day 5: Sossusvlei – Swakopmund (380 km)
After a final gaze at the beautiful surrounding landscape, you will drive to the coastal town of Swakopmund, where you spend the next two nights. There are a host of optional activities to keep you occupied, including a marine cruise in Walvis Bay, sand-boarding and quad-biking. Includes: (D),(B).
Day 6: Swakopmund – Damaraland (440 km)
An early start before traveling north along the coastline. A fast visit to Cape Cross, which is known mainly as a breeding reserve for thousands of Cape Fur Seals. The lodge is situated in the heart of Damaraland, a vast wilderness with fascinating geological formations and a wealth of rock art. It is also home to the desert elephant and the endangered black rhino. A visit to Burnt Mountain, Twyfelfontein and Organ Pipes. Includes: (D),(B).
Day 7 - Day 8: Damaraland – Etosha National Park (300 km)
After breakfast travel north east to the Etosha National Park. Here you will spend two nights. Etosha consists of an ancient lake that has dried up to create a shimmering salt pan. Early mornings and late afternoon are the best times to go game-viewing and Etosha boasts all of the big game except buffalo. Includes: (D),(B).
Day 9: Etosha National Park (250 km). Today after breakfast travel through the park for a full day of game viewing. You will reach the gate on the eastern side of the park where you will find your lodge. Includes: (D),(B).
Day 10: Etosha National Park – Outjo (250 km). After breakfast you will visit Otjikoto Lake, inland lake, before moving onto Tsumeb for a visit at the museum and then move onto you lodge for the night. Includes: (D),(B).
Day 11: Outjo – Okonjima (200 km). A wonderful excursion to the nearby cheetah conservation; activities include viewing of the cheetah feed or cheetah exercise. The activities only take place at certain times. Includes: (D),(B).
Day 12: Okonjima – Windhoek (350 km). Today you will make your way back to Windhoek, after a morning excursion. Rest of the day you can spend in Windhoek. Includes: (D),(B).
Day 13: Windhoek. Say goodbye to Namibia and depart back home.
Airfare is not included in the tour price.
- Air ticket
- Insurance(luggage and health)
- Optional sightseeing and excursions
- Local guides tip
- Meals as shown.
All tours can be done by camping or lodging, price may differ.
Cost can change if Diesel price or Accommodation increase in Southern Africa.