The itinerary has been created by our local agency with one idea in mind: to inspire you. Every element can be adapted to your needs and interests, from duration to accommodation and activities.
This morning you, collet your full equip vehicle and depart north towards the Etosha National Park. The drive will take around 5 hours. As you enter the Etosha National Park you will have to pay the entrance fees from where you make your way to the rest camp. Keep a look out for any animals, as this drive is the start of your game viewing in the Etosha National Park. After setting up camp you could either have dinner at the resort restaurant or you could make your meal on an open fire.
Meals are not included
Leaving during the cooler morning hour’s game drive your way to Halali, strategically located halfway between Okaukuejo and Namutoni. Today’s Etosha National Park was proclaimed as Namibia’s first conservation area in 1907 by the then German government and is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. Consisting of saline desert, savannah and woodlands, its definitive feature is the Etosha Pan, a vast shallow depression. You continue to your next overnight stop. After setting up camp you could either have dinner at the resort restaurant or you could make your meal on an open fire.
Meals are not included
This morning you could still do an early morning game drive in the National park before you drive back to Windhoek. The drive will take around 4 – 5 hours. You check in at your guesthouse for the night. Breakfast included for the following morning. As an alternative we could change this night in Windhoek to a night in Swakopmund, at the coast.
Continue from Windhoek to the Namib Desert. Your first stop can be at the small town of Solitaire. Solitaire has a filling station and a small shop, which sells, soft drinks, snacks and basic supplies. After your stop you continue for the Namib Naukluft park.
Today should be spent conducting an early morning excursion into the Namib Naukluft Park to the Namib Sand Sea including the Sossusvlei dune belt, “Dune 45” and “Dead Vlei”. This area has some of the highest known sand dunes in the world and the “vlei” itself. Sossusvlei is situated at the end of the Tsauchab River, a dry riverbed that only flows in the years of exceptional rainfall. On completion of your excursion into Sossusvlei return to the Sesriem entrance of the Namib Naukluft Park. The remainder of the afternoon.
Today marks the end of your visit in Namibia. The drive from the dunes to the International airport will take around 5 – 6 hours, so we suggest a late afternoon departure. You drop off your vehicle at the car rental company. They will do the transfer to the airport from their offices. Alternatively, you could spend another evening in Windhoek.
The price reflects this specific tour itinerary and is designed to give you an idea of the budget required for this destination. Throughout the trip-planning process, our local agency will tailor your itinerary around your budget.
|2 pax||Single Supplement|
|Price per person||£620||£30|