Tour departs: Windhoek  –  Tour ends: Windhoek

Flight from: €900

Windhoek – Safari Court Hotel x 1 night

Etosha National Park – Okukuejou Rest Camp x 2 nights

Twyfelfontain – Twyfelfontein Country Lodge x 1 night

Erindi Game Reserve – Old Traders Lodge x 2 nights

Swakopmund – Hotel Zum Kaiser x 2 nights

Namib Desert – Sossusvlei Lodge x 2 nights

Windhoek – Safari Court Hotel x 1 night

TOUR STARTSTOUR ENDSSTATUSPRICEAVAILABILTY
19/04/202030/04/2020Guaranteed€23006 Seats left
05-07-202016-07-20204 people minimum€2300Available
02-08-202013-08-2020Guaranteed€23005 Seats left
09-08-202020-08-20204 people minimum€2300Available
16-08-202027-08-20204 people minimum€2300Available
30-08-202010-09-2020Guaranteed€23004 Seats left
06-09-202017-09-2020Guaranteed€23006 Seats left
13-09-202024-09-2020Guaranteed€2300Available
27-09-202008-10-20204 people minimum€2300Available
04-10-202015-10-20204 people minimum€2300Available
11-10-202022-10-2020Guaranteed€23004 Seats left
18-10-202029-10-2020Guaranteed€23006 Seats left
01-11-202012-11-20204 people minimum€2300Available
15-11-202026-11-2020Guaranteed€2300Available
29-11-202010-12-20204 people minimum€2300Available

B=breakfast   L=lunch    D=dinner

Day 1 Windhoek

The tour gets underway from Windhoek Airport heading to Windhoek, the capital city of Namibia. We do an orientation city tour through Windhoek before driving to the hotel. We check in and have some time to relax before our departure meeting and signing of indemnity forms resumes at around 16:00. After the briefing we get ready for our first group dinner in one of the local the restaurants (dinner at own expense).

Day 2&3 Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park is surrounding the Etosha Pan (etosha means Great White place of dry water). The water holes surrounding the pan attract all species of animals. The park is famous for its great sightings of elephants, lions, hundreds of springboks and other antelopes. We have a day to spend in the park spotting animals in our morning game drive and later afternoon. Visit the waterhole during the midday break, as animals often come out to drink.DB

Day 4 Twyfelfontein

We start the day with an early breakfast and drive out of the park, make a short stop at Oudjo to stock up water and other personal needs before we drive to Twyfelfontein. The region is known as the ancient art region because of the San rock art which is recorded as one of the oldest rock arts in Africa. We visit the San (bushman) paintings before we drive to the lodge. We have an opportunity to track the desert elephants on foot with the local guides from the lodge (optional activity). DB

Day 5&6 Erindi Game Reserve

We leave Twylfontein driving through the semi-arid hot region and pass Omaruru heading to Erindi game reserve. Erindi, meaning “a place of water”, one of the iconic and pristine conservation areas located in central Namibia. The game reserve boosts a big number of cheetahs, Oryx and other wildlife species. We have a sunset jeep safari and two safaris on the following day.DBL

Day 7&8 Swakopmund

We drive through the flat open landscape towards south west of Namibia, driving pass the Spitskope granite domes to the coast and visit Cape Cross seal colony. After spending some time walking through the seals, we drive to the hotel in Swakopmund. We have a day free to explore the town or book optional activities such as: sand boarding, quad biking, fishing or flights over the desert.B

Day 9&10 Naukluft National Park/Sossusvlei

We leave Swakopmund crossing the lunar landscapes, which surround the town and head to Namib Desert, which has incredible red sand dunes. We cross the Tropic of Capricorn before reaching our destination. The following morning, we climb Dune 45, walk on Deadvlei and explore the Sesriem Canyon when the sun gets cooler. The Namib Desert offers the spectacular sunsets or sun rises. DB

Day 11 Windhoek

The journey takes us back where we started, in Windhoek, driving between the mountains and valleys. We reach the city late in the afternoon and visit the local markets to use the last Namibian dollars before we fly out of the country. We go out for dinner in one of the famous local restaurants in the city (own expense).B

Day 12 Tour end

The tour comes to an end after breakfast. We drive to the airport for your departures. B

NAMIBIA     

A land of wide open spaces, never failing to enthral its visitors. Namibia is known for its contrasting landscapes. The Namib Desert is the oldest in the world, with its high dunes and awe-inspiring sense of space. The views over the Fish River Canyon, the delicate balance of wildlife in Etosha National Park. The German heritage is very noticeable in Swakopmund and Windhoek.

BEST TIME TO TRAVEL: Namibia is one of the diverse countries in Africa geographically. The desert, the semi-arid, rocky mountainous landscapes and flat and fertile land in the Zambezi Region. The winter nights can be extremely cold while the day are cooler. The summer is rainy and hot. The best time to travel Namibia is between April and October.

DAMARALAND is a land of stark desert beauty. Early morning mists, generated by the clash between the icy Atlantic Ocean and the warm desert air of the Skeleton Coast, drift inland along the canyons, providing sustenance to the flora and fauna of the region. Rare succulent plants abound in this harsh countryside. Damaraland includes the granite domes of the Spitkoppe rising above the desert floor. The rock engravings of Twyfelfontien, the San rock paintings in the Brandberg landscapes. 

ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK is one of the world’s most famous game sanctuaries. The huge, salty bowl which forms the vast central area of the park is only occasionally filled with water, so game concentrates in the grasslands and bush which encircle the reserve. Here on the perimeter, are underground springs feeding smaller pans, which serves as the magnet which has drawn such an abundance of game to the area.

SKELETON COAST is one of the most inhospitable but hauntingly beautiful places on the planet: desolate and uninhabited. It has everything, from roaring sand dunes, windswept plains, towering canyons and saltpans to seal colonies and shipwrecks.