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Situated at the southwest Africa, Namibia is popularly known as ‘Africa for beginners’. From prolific wildlife to natural beauty, Namibia’s picturesque locations are truly unmatched. It offers a wide variety of wildlife reserves, deserts, mountains and one can definitely get amazed learning about their diverse culture and origins. If you are a photographer or maybe just into clicking stunning pictures, this is indeed a place to visit.



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Price Includes

  • All meals Specified in the itinerary
  • Still Mineral Water in the Bus
  • Tourism levy & Government Taxes where applicable 24hrs
  • Activities as specified
  • Transportation
  • Porterage
  • Medical Evacuation Insurance Entrance Fees for Fish River Canyon
  • International and Domestic Flight Booking Assistance
  • Namib Naukluft National Park
  • Twyfelfontein
  • Petrified Forest
  • Living Museum of the Damara
  • Etosha National Park

Price Excludes

  • International & Domestic Airfares
  • Any expenses of personal nature
  • Visa Fees
  • Tips and gratitude
  • Any thing other than what is mentioned in the inclusion list.
What to Expect

Start the trip from Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, making our way to Kalahari Desert. You can expect to pass through small towns and enjoy an open safari tour during sunset at Kalahari. Visit the national monument of Namibia and the third largest dam of the country. Grab the chance to walk over the mountains before the day ends. Drive to the biggest canyon of Africa and continue towards Aus, spotting the wild horses of Namib on the way. Travel to Maltahohe, enjoying the scenic views of the desert. Walk through the canyon in the Namib Desert to discover the geographical layers of the canyon. Continue to Walvis Bay Lagoon which has varied species and prolific birdlife, arriving at Swakopmund. A 2 days unguided stay at Swakopmund to explore the german like town. Afterwhich, we head towards the most scenic areas of Namibia, Damaraland. Some adventurous activities are planned in this beautiful region. Travel further to the finest Game Reserves of Southern Africa, the Etosha National Park. A good 2 days will keep you busy with some sightseeing tours and adventurous activities here. The journey ends as we return to Windhoek.

Locations Hotels
Kalahari Intu Africa Camelthorn Lodge
Fish River Canyon Canyon Village
Luderitz Nest Hotel
Namib Desert The Elegant Desert Lodge
Swakomund Swakopmund Plaza
Damaraland Damara Mopane Lodge
Etosha National Park Etosha Safari Camp
Etosha National Park Mokuti Etosha Lodge

Day 1 (Mon) Windhoek – Kalahari Desert

Leave from Windhoek and start the journey through the small town of Rehoboth, where people still follow the paternal laws existing from 1872, arriving at the Kalahari Desert. The desert receives too much of rainfall, therefore, cannot be termed as a true desert. The massive spans of sand helps filter the precipitation rapidly, leaving absolutely nothing on the surface. This made the European settlers describe Kalahari as the “thirst land”. Further, enjoy an open safari vehicle for a scenic, sunset nature drive before dinner.

Overnight: Kalahari Anib Lodge or similar – Breakfast & Dinner

Distance travelled today: 290 kms

Day 2 (Tues) Kalahari Desert – Fish River Canyon

Have your breakfast, and travel via the Kalahari area to visit the Quiver Tree Forest close to Keetmanshoop. Declared as the national monument of Namibia, the forest consists of around 250 specimens of Aloe dichotoma, which was used to create quivers by the San people. We will halt at Keetmanshoop to have lunch, that will be for your own account. We will further travel to Namibia’s third largest dam, the Naute Dam. After a long road journey, you can take an easy walk to a neighboring mountain, stretch your legs and treat yourself with a complimentary drink as you relish the sunset.

Overnight: Cañon Roadhouse or similar – Breakfast & Dinner

Distance travelled today: 400 kms

Day 3 (Wed) Fish River Canyon – Aus

We drive to the biggest canyon in Africa this morning, the impressive Fish River Canyon. It has a huge gorge, which is 160km long, up to 27km wide and at some points 550m deep. We continue towards Aus with lunch on the way (for own account). You may spot the desert Wild Horses of the Namib while en route. These horses have successfully adapted to the harsh situations of the desert and holds a compelling attraction. Please yourself with a breathtaking backdrop of the Aus Mountains on an unescorted walk and enjoy the scenic sunset drive in the afternoon (optional and for own account).

Overnight: Klein Aus Vista – Desert Horse Inn or similar – Breakfast & Dinner

Distance travelled today: 270 kms

Day 4(Thurs) Aus – Maltahohe

Get ready to be pampered with ever-changing views of the desert sceneries while travelling along the stunning D707 (road conditions permitting) district road in Namibia. Next up is a grand medieval fortress in the hummocks of the semi-arid Southern Namib area. You can know further about the interesting history of the Castle, before arriving to your cottage in the early afternoon. [Breakfast & Dinner]

Overnight: Hammerstein Rest Camp or similar – Breakfast & Dinner

Distance travelled today: 320 kms

Day 5 (Fri) Maltahohe – Namib Naukluft Park

We will start early to travel around the significant towering dunes of salt pan Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei, the white clay pan which now has only the remains of skeleton of trees coming out from the cracks of earth. Take a drive in the Namib Desert in vehicles which are the size of 4X4. Have the chance to sight millions of years of sedimentary layers in the canyon walls of uneven Sesriem Canyon. Walk through the canyon and discover the diverse topographical layers which exist over centuries and enjoy the spectacular views from the top. Proceed to your cottage travelling via the exciting Namib Naukluft Mountains.

Overnight: Namib Naukluft Lodge or similar – Breakfast & Dinner

Distance travelled today: 320 kms

Day 6 (Sat) Namib Naukluft Park – Swakopmund

Once done with your breakfast, start the journey via Kuiseb Canyon and keep moving ahead towards Namibia’s major commercial harbor Walvis Bay. You can have a delicious lunch in Walvis Bay (for own account). One of the most essential wetlands and richest in southern Africa, the Walvis Bay Lagoon has varied species and prolific birdlife. We continue the journey to Swakopmund, which is similar to a small German town, with restaurants, seaside walkways, museums and cafes. Experience the sunset drive to the Moon Landscape, a heaving, unproductive rocky desert molded by the ravines of the Swakop River. A courtesy sundowner waits for you as you enjoy the beautiful lunar setting.

Overnight: Brigadoon Guesthouse or similar x 3 nights – Breakfast & Dinner

Distance travelled today: 450 kms

Day 7 (Sun) Swakopmund (unguided)

Sightsee the quaint town of Swakopmund. You may also select an optional day tour (for own account) in Swakopmund (it will be a guided tour from the Mondesa city, sand-boarding, quad-biking, a picturesque flight over the Skeleton shore or a catamaran cruise in Walvis Bay). There will be much more optional activities on offer (for own account), visit to various museums, the aquarium, or the crystal gallery. [Breakfast]

Day 8 (Mon) Swakopmund (unguided)

Have the pleasure to see the luxuries and attractions of Swakopmund. You may be joined by some fellow travellers for dinner as they join us in the tour from Swakopmund. [Breakfast & Dinner]

Day 9 (Tues) Swakopmund – Damaraland

Leave early morning and drive on the salt road in the direction of Henties Bay, passing by salt pans and a display of bird life, arriving at Damaraland, the most beautiful region in Namibia. A planned visit to Twyfelfontein, the spot of prehistoric rock carvings and the Organ Pipes, a unique sequence of dolerite pillars that are now wide-open by erosion. Late afternoon, arrive at your cottage.

Overnight: Twyfelfontein Lodge or similar x 2 nights – Breakfast, lunch pack & Dinner

Distance travelled today: 340 kms

Day 10 (Wed) Damaraland

Relax this morning at your lodge until lunchtime. Enjoy a sun downer drive in the afternoon at the Aba Huab River and perhaps you may run into the desert elephants (seasonal). Not really a discrete species, these are the African bush elephants that have taken shelter in the Sahara and Namib deserts. Earlier, they were prevalent in Africa, but now are only found in Mali and Namibia. [Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner]

Day 11 (Thurs) Damaraland – Etosha National Park

Enjoy your breakfast and leave Damaraland for the Etosha National Park. Travel to Damara town which is close to Twyfelfontein and know more about the customs and culture of these semi-nomadic people. Keep travelling via the tiny town of Outjo. We will stop for lunch on our way (lunch will be for own account) and most likely meet fellow travellers joining the Etosha tour. Travelling further, we arrive at Etosha National Park in the early afternoon and embark on the first game drive, in the secure sightseeing vehicle, into the park. [Breakfast & Dinner]

Overnight: Etosha Safari Camp or similar x 2 nights – Breakfast & Dinner

Distance travelled today: 330 kms

Day 12 (Fri) Etosha National Park

Along the vast saltpan, we explore the waterholes in the touring vehicle at the Etosha National Park this morning. We get back to our cottage for lunch (lunch for own account). Another chance to go on a game drive in the afternoon (in the closed touring vehicle) at the park. Etosha has around 114 mammal species, including the threatened white and black rhino and black faced impala. It is only after good amount of rains that The Etosha Pan (a flat-floored depression) gets water. Though at times only for a small number of days each year, but is enough to fuel the evolution of a blue green algae that attracts thousands of flamingos. [Breakfast & Dinner]

Distance travelled today: 250 kms

Day 13(Sat) Etosha National Park

An entire day for this adventure tour to the world famous National Park, in the secure sightseeing vehicle. The guide will give an introduction on the intricate subject of running such a colossal reserve, which is claimed to be one of the world’s great wildlife nature reserve. You may purchase a packed lunch at one of the breather camps inside the Etosha National Park (lunch for own account). [Breakfast & Dinner]

Overnight: Mokuti Etosha Lodge or similar – Breakfast & Dinner

Distance travelled today: 250 kms

Day 13 - ThursdayDeparture (Sun) Etosha National Park – Windhoek

Have breakfast and start south heading to Otjiwarongo. Carry on towards Windhoek via Okahandja where you will stop at a local handicraft market. The arrival in Windhoek at late afternoon marks the end of the tour. [Breakfast]

Distance travelled today: 450 kms

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