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R93 650.00







Embrace the untamed beauty of Namibia on this captivating 12-day journey. Embark on wildlife adventures in Etosha National Park, learn about remote Himba tribes, unveil ancient rock art in Damaraland, and marvel at the otherworldly landscapes of Sossusvlei. This safari, with your own vehicle and private guide, combines the thrill of discovery with luxurious comfort, ensuring an unforgettable Namibian experience.

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✔ Spot elephants, lions, and giraffes in Etosha National Park
✔ Ancient Rock Art: Discover the secrets of the past at Twyfelfontein, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
✔ Marvel at the towering red sand dunes of Sossusvlei, explore the stark beauty of Deadvlei
✔ Learn about the fascinating traditions of the semi-nomadic Himba people
✔ Enjoy a variety of appropriate accommodations from mobile tented camps and the historic Hansa Hotel
✔ Your own vehicle and private guide




R93 650.00


Day 1, Windhoek
Day 2, Frans Indongo
Day 3 - 5, Etosha National Park
Day 6 & 7, Damaraland
Day 8 & 9, Swakopmund
Day 10 & 11, Sossusvlei

R93 650.00

⌾ Based on two people in a private vehicle, sharing a room
⌾ Check with us about seasonal pricing and for groups up to seven
⌾ 25% deposit required to secure a booking
⌾ Custom departure suitable for individuals, couples, families & small groups

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Day 1: Windhoek 

Arrive in Windhoek and settle into the elegant Belvedere Hotel. Immerse yourself in the city's charm on a guided tour, visiting landmarks like the Christuskirche and Alte Feste. Discover the vibrant craft market and savor authentic Namibian cuisine in the evening. 

Day 2: Namib Desert 

You depart Windhoek after breakfast, arriving at the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) in time for lunch. The CCF is an incorporated association not for gain which mission is to be internationally recognized centre of excellence in the conservation of cheetahs and their environment. You visit the education centre where you can learn about the history of the cheetahs. After lunch you join the staff for the feeding of the cheetahs that stay in the centre. After the visit you continue to your overnight lodge. 

Day 3-5: Etosha National Park 

Enter the world-renowned Etosha National Park, home to an abundance of wildlife. This Park is one of the most important reserves and game sanctuaries in Africa. Thousands of wild animals are attracted to the area, including lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, elephant, zebra giraffe and several species of antelope. The birdlife is prolific with 326 recorded species. Early morning and late afternoon game drives are enjoyed with the evenings spent watching an amazing diversity of animals around the floodlit waterhole bordering our camps. Spend two nights at the Namutoni Camp, strategically positioned next to a waterhole attracting elephants, giraffes, and lions. Witness the vastness of the Etosha Pan, a shimmering salt pan attracting thousands of flamingos. Spend one night at the Okaukuejo Camp, another prime location for wildlife viewing. 

Day 6 & 7: Damaraland 

Journey north to the rugged and captivating Damaraland region. Stay two nights in a comfortable mobile tented camp, immersing yourself in the wilderness. 

An early morning drive takes you to your exclusive camp at Damaraland – one of the last true wilderness areas in Africa. En route you visit a Himba village. The Himbas are a semi-nomadic tribe, who live in scattered settlements throughout the region. On your visit to their traditional settlement we are able to learning more about these fascinating people and their history. 

The following morning you visit the Twyfelfontein area – a UNESCO World Heritage Site with over 2000 rock carvings. You visit the fascinating Organ Pipes, a peculiar geological feature with numerous dolomite columns and then see the volcanic, Burnt Mountain. Today you also visit a Damara Living Museum. Together with the Bushmen the Damara belong to the oldest nations in Namibia. Due to their loose social structures the Damara were not able to defend themselves against aggressors during the colonization of Namibia. This is one of the reasons why their culture has to a great extent fallen into oblivion. Within the framework of the Living Museum of the Damara an attempt was made to reconstruct the ‘lost culture’ of the Damara. You experience the daily routine in their traditional museum, including their traditional blacksmith (making of weapons and tools), tanning of leather (production of traditional clothes), jewellery and crafts, dancing, singing and traditional games, Holy Fire and fire making and much more. 

During the afternoon you enjoy a riverside drive hoping to encounter the unique desert adapted elephants

Day 8 & 9: Swakopmund 

Travelling through Damaraland you reach the coast. Swakopmund, with its quaint Bavarian style architecture, is the principal coastal resort of Namibia. Time is spent at leisure to enjoy the charm of this old town or to undertake one of the many optional activities on offer (scenic flights, hot air ballooning, etc. at own expense). A morning Marine Boat Cruise is included, where a variety of bird species can be seen. There is also the chance to see two of the dolphin species and the leatherback turtles that inhabit this area of the Namibian coast. 

Day 10 & 11: Sossusvlei 

Head south to the otherworldly landscapes of Sossusvlei, known for its towering red sand dunes. Spend two nights at the Agama Camp, nestled amidst the dramatic desert scenery. Witness the mesmerizing sunrise over the dunes, painting the landscape with vibrant hues. Explore the Deadvlei, a starkly beautiful clay pan surrounded by towering red dunes. Climb the iconic Dune 45, enjoying panoramic views of the surrounding desert. Embark on a scenic walk through the Sesriem Canyon, marveling at its sculpted rock formations. 

Day 12: Farewell to Namibia 

Depart from Sossusvlei and embark on a scenic journey back to Windhoek. Share fond memories and reflect on the unforgettable experiences of your Namibian adventure. Transfer to the airport for your departure flight, carrying a heart full of memories and a yearning to return.

✔ 4 Nights accommodation in a mobile tented camp with beds and private facilities
✔ All meals, mineral water & table wine with dinner when in camp.
✔ 3 nights hotel accommodation in Windhoek & Swakopmund with breakfast.
✔ 4 nights lodge in Etosha and at the cheetah conservation fund with all meals, transfers from/ to Windhoek airport are included on day 1 and day 12.
✔ Your safari crew includes a professional guide, his assistants and chef who pre-erect your camp and are responsible for all camp duties.(Exclusive camping sites and en-suite bathroom)

Every trip is unique,
let us tailor-make a
Namibia safari for you!

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+27 82 338 0380

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