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Wild Namibia

Safari Type: Guided Safari

Duration: 12 nights / 13 days

Price as from:  

Low Season (01 November  2020 – 30 June 2020):       Price on request

High Season (01 July 2020 – 30 October 2020):   Price on request

Departure Dates: 

Low Season Dates:  01 April 2020;  29 April 2020; 27 May 2020;  24 June 2020

High Season Dates:  15 July 2020;  05 August 2020;  19 August 2020;  02 September 2020;  23 September 2020;            07 October 2020;  21 October 2020

While on this guided safari guests will have the opportunity to experience the diversity of Namibia’s habitats and landscapes. Despite being considered a desert country the occurrence and sometimes seasonal abundance of game in certain of these desert environments only serves to prove how adaptable the flora and fauna in these regions are. Namibia has been referred to as “the land between two deserts.” This safari includes visits to both the Namib and Kalahari Deserts. In addition to viewing game in “wilderness” areas, this safari includes visits to the Etosha National Park, the Skeleton Coast Park and the Namib Naukluft Park.

Safari Highlights

  • Kalahari Desert
  • Sossusvlei
  • Namib Naukluft Park
  • Walvis Bay & Swakopmund
  • Cape Fur Seal Colony
  • famous work of bushmen art, “the White Lady”
  • Kaokoland & Desert Adapted Elephant
  • Etosha National Park

Included Services:

  • Accommodation on full board basis, except while in Swakopmund
  • Full board accommodation for the guide / driver throughout the tour
  • Services of an English speaking guide throughout the tour.
  • Fuel & Transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle as specified
  • Those activities / excursions as specified in the itinerary
  • Park entrance / admission fees where applicable
  • Porterage
  • Emergency Medical Evacuation Insurance.
  • Namibia Tourism Bed Levy
  • 15 % Vat

Excluded Services:

  • Additional meals (dinners in Swakopmund)
  • Excursions which are not included in the above itinerary
  • All beverages (alcoholic and non alcoholic, in restaurants, hotels etc).
  • Any personal expenses such as telephone, laundry etc.
  • Optional extras.
  • Gratuities and tips
  • Visas, airport taxes, airport fees.
  • All flights
  • Personal Travel & Luggage insurance

Day 1

On arrival at the Windhoek Airport you will be met by one of our representatives and transferred to Namibia’s Capital City, Windhoek. Today you will also meet your tour guide, and time permitting you can explore the city with your guide.
Overnight at AVANI WINDHOEK HOTEL (Standard Room) / similar including breakfast.
Lunch and dinner is for clients own account

Day 2

Breakfast and head south to the Kalahari Desert. Arrival at the Intu Afrika Kalahari Game Reserve in time for lunch, and an afternoon nature drive in open 4×4 vehicle (included with lodge guide/vehicle).
Although the Kalahari is often called a desert, it is not a true desert. Deserts are defined as being areas of land receiving less then 25 mm of rain per annum – The Kalahari receives much more than this – no less than 100 mm on average.
Overnight at INTU AFRIKA CAMELTHORN LODGE / similar including lunch, dinner and breakfast.

Day 3

This morning you will join a guided Bushman walk at Intu Afrika (included), before you depart for the Namib Desert – considered to be the oldest desert in the world! The remainder of the day will be at leisure.
Overnight at DESERT CAMP or DESERT QUIVER CAMP / similar including dinner and breakfast.
Lunch will be included en route.

Day 4

This morning your guide will conduct an early morning excursion along the path of the ancient Tsauchab River into the Namib Sand Sea including a visit to the famed Sossusvlei, Dune 45 and Deadvlei. Many visitors to Namibia say that no part of the desert is more stunning than Sossusvlei, with its monumentally high dunes, the shadows of their sinuous crests continually changing as the day waxes and wanes. Gigantic star-shaped mountains of sand, the highest estimated at 325 m. The warm tints of the sand, ranging from pale apricot to brick orange and deep red, contrast vividly with the dazzling white surfaces of the deflationary clay pans at some of their bases.
You will also visit Sesriem Canyon, a small yet picturesque canyon carved over millions of years into the Tschaub River.
Overnight at DESERT CAMP or DESERT QUIVER CAMP / similar including lunch, dinner and breakfast.

Day 5

Departing from the central Namib Region today’s route continues in a northerly direction along the eastern boundary of the Namib Naukluft Park passing through the small settlement of Solitaire on route to the Gaub and Kuiseb Canyons. Continue across the “gravel plains” of the Namib Desert on route towards Namibia’s premier coastal resort town, Swakopmund.
Excursions on route will be included to the erosional feature of the “Moon Valley” and to Namibia’s ancient plant species, the “Welwitschia mirabilis”.
Late afternoon arrival and overnight at HANSA HOTEL / similar including breakfast.
A picnic lunch is included en route.
Dinner tonight will be at a local restaurant and will be for the clients own account.

Day 6

Today you will take part in a full day 4×4 excursion to Sandwich Harbour (included). Here, giant sand dunes run straight into the ocean, creating breathtaking sceneries and unique landscapes, just waiting to be discovered!
Snacks / light lunch will be included during the excursion.
Return in the late afternoon and free time to explore the town of Swakopmund.
Late afternoon arrival and overnight at HANSA HOTEL / similar including breakfast.
Dinner tonight will be at a local restaurant and will be for the clients own account.

Day 7

Early morning departure from Swakopmund in a northerly direction, through the National West Coast Recreational Area towards the fishing town of Henties Bay. An excursion included en route is a visit to the Cape Fur Seal Colony at Cape Cross. In 1486, the first European to set foot on the coast of Namibia, Diago Ciao, erected a cross in honour of John 1 of Portugal at a site now known as Cape Cross 115 km north of Swakopmund. In addition to being of historical interest, Cape Cross has a breeding colony of Cape Fur seals.
Leaving the coast continue in an easterly direction crossing the “gravel plains” towards the abandoned mining town of Uis, passing Namibia’s highest Mountain Range, The Brandberg.
Late afternoon arrival and overnight at TWYFELFONTEIN COUNTRY LODGE / similar including dinner and breakfast.
Lunch will also be included today.

Day 8

Twyfelfontein is one of the richest areas of rock engravings and Bushmen paintings in Namibia. A guided walking excursion will be conducted to some of the engraving sites. You will also see interesting geological features in the area such as the Burnt Mountain and the dolomite columns known as the “Organ Pipes”, and The Petrified Forest.
In the afternoon join a River Drive in search of the elephants (included with lodge guide / vehicle).
Overnight at TWYFELFONTEIN COUNTRY LODGE / similar including lunch, dinner and breakfast.

Day 9

Today you travel north to the town of Opuwo. While here you will visit a Himba village in the area (either with lodge guide and vehicle, or with your own guide and tour vehicle).
Overnight at OPUWO COUNTRY LODGE (Luxury Rooms) / similar including lunch, dinner and breakfast.

Day 10

Depart towards the Etosha National Park and to your lodge, which will be located just outside of the park.
If there is time this afternoon you could already enter Etosha and explore a little of the central area (with your tour guide and tour bus, NOT in open 4×4 game drive vehicles).
The park and its resorts’ gates strictly open at sunrise and close at sunset.
Overnight at ETOSHA SAFARI CAMP / similar including dinner and breakfast.
Lunch will also be included today.

Day 11

Today you will explore Etosha National Park with lodge guide and open 4×4 game drive vehicle (included).
The park has recorded over 114 mammal species, 350 bird species and 21 different vegetation types. The most common plains game species encountered include; Burchell’s Zebra, Springbok, Black– Faced Impala, Blue Wildebeest, Gemsbok / Oryx antelope, Giraffe and Red Hartebeest. The Etosha National Park also boasts healthy populations of Lion, Elephant and Black Rhino. While in the park a visit will be included to the Etosha Pan or the “Great White Place”.
Overnight at ETOSHA SAFARI CAMP / similar including dinner and breakfast.
Picnic lunch will be included today.

Day 12

Departing from the Etosha National Park today’s journey follows the main route south through the country via the towns of Outjo and on to Otjiwarongo and Okahandja. You overnight just outside Windhoek at Naankuse Lodge.
Overnight at N/A’ANKUSE LODGE / similar including dinner and breakfast.
An afternoon activity as offered by the lodge will also be included.
Lunch will also be included today.

Day 13

Today marks the end of your visit to Namibia. Your guide will take you to the international airport in time to meet your departing flight.
Lunch today is for clients own account.

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