Namibia

Classic Namibia Safari

Highlights

World's highest sand dunes at Sossusvlei - desert elephants of Damaraland - Etosha waterholes - cheetahs of Okonjima

Introduction

Outline Itinerary

Day
1. Arrival at Windhoek and transfer to hotel.
2. Depart in hire vehicle to Sossusvlei.
3. 4x4 excursion in Sossusvlei.
4. Drive to Swakopmund.
5. Day at leisure to explore.
6. To Damaraland and overnight camp.
7. Activities from camp.
8. Continue to Etosha.
9/10. Activities from the lodge.
11. Drive to Okonjima.
12. Lodge activities.
13. Return to Windhoek, depart to UK.
14 Arrive UK.

Note: This tour can be taken with a private driver or a fly-in option at additional cost.

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Description

On this self-drive safari you will visit some of the key sights in the country. This trip starts with a journey to the edge of the Namib-Naukluft National Park to see the highest dunes in the world at Sossusvlei. After climbing some of the dunes or entering Dead Vlei you will enjoy an outdoor breakfast. Your journey continues across the Welwitschia plains and through a moon-like landscape to reach the the coastal town of Swakopmund.

You travel north the following day, heading up the Skeleton Coast to see the Cape Fur Seal colonies. Inland you enter the stunning scenery of Damaraland and will stay and the friendly, community run Damaraland Camp. From the camp you can search for desert-adapted elephants and other wildlife that congregates in the Huab River. From here you will continue to the rock engravings of Twyfelfontein before reaching Ongava Tented Camp on the edge of the Etosha National Park.

Ongava offers the chance of good wildlife viewing including White Rhino on the reserve. The waterholes of the national park are also a highlight and can be further explored from Mushara Lodge to the east of this special park. The leopards and cheetah of Okonjima sanctuary are a final highlight before returning to Windhoek.

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