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Your journey at a glance

Indulge in a privately guided Namibian safari in the company of a dedicated and experienced safari guide, who will ensure that you enjoy a fascinating and stress-free journey of discovery amidst dramatic scenery. The knowledge, experience and attitude of our guides are critical to a successful safari which is why we ensure that they are both personable and very professional.


Your private guide will have an intimate knowledge of each area that you visit, allowing you an intimate glimpse into the highlights of the area. Not only are our guides highly qualified, but each has a specific area of expertise and possesses the breadth and depth of knowledge to allow them to answer questions and satisfy the particular interests of guests of all ages.


1 night Windhoek  | 2 nights Namib Desert | 2 nights Swakopmund | 2 nights Damaraland | 3 nights Etosha National Park | 1 night Okonjima Reserve





Day 1: Windhoek

Namibia’s capital, Windhoek is a bustling metropolis that is unexpectedly neat and orderly, though this is perhaps less surprising when one considers it was a German territory for many years. Situated in a pretty valley, Windhoek boasts buildings very much in the German architectural style. The German presence can be strongly felt in the food, restaurants – and, of course, the beer. The Namibian beer is said to be the best in Africa and is brewed in Windhoek

Enjoy dinner with your guide as you discuss the itinerary for your upcoming safari


Day 2-4: Namib Desert

Leave for Windhoek in your safari vehicle, accompanied by your guide, who will drive you southwest through the scenic Khomas Hochland highlands before you head down the Great Escarpment into the Namib Desert below. A picnic lunch will be served at a scenic location on route

Sossusvlei, situated at the heart of the enormous Namib-Naukluft Park, is one of the highlights of any trip to Namibia. Easily accessible to visitors, Sossusvlei is a clay pan that is only rarely filled by water but is nevertheless a place of awe-inspiring beauty. Visitors to the region will be left spellbound by the magnificent ochre-coloured sand dunes, which rise over 300m (985 feet) into the sky – among the highest sand dunes in the world

Enjoy a magical excursion into the Namib Naukluft National Park with your guide, entering the park gates at sunrise to capture the dunes while the light is soft and shadows accentuate their towering shapes and curves. This area boasts some of the highest free-standing sand dunes in the world

Hot air balloon rides, helicopter flips and scenic flights over the majestic desert landscape, as well as horse riding adventures, are also available nearby at an additional cost


Day 4-6: Swakopmund

Head northwest through the awe-inspiring and ever-changing landscapes of the Namib Naukluft National Park, including the impressive Gaub and Kuiseb canyons. You will reach the coast at the port town of Walvis Bay, visiting the lagoon to see the interesting mix of pelicans, flamingos and other sea-birds before continuing north to Swakopmund

NOTE: As an alternative to the drive from Sossusvlei to Swakopmund you may like to take a scenic light aircraft flight over Sossusvlei and along the Diamond Coast (optional extra at additional cost)

The charming little coastal retreat of Swakopmund on Namibia’s western coast retains a strong German flavour, from its cobbled streets and picturesque buildings down to its typical German restaurants and pubs. Swakopmund is an ideal place to relax after a few days in the desert. Wash off the sand and sample some of the finely-brewed local beer and seafood, including fish, lobster and the utterly delicious oysters

Visit Walvis Bay for a memorable cruise within the outer lagoon and harbour. This is an ideal way of seeing Cape fur seals, dolphins, pelicans, flamingos and a wide variety of other seabirds


Day 6-8: Damaraland

Leave Swakopmund and head into the Damaraland of north-western Namibia. You will head inland, passing Namibia’s highest mountain, the Brandberg, and make your way towards Twyfelfontein Damaraland offers some of the most breath-taking scenery on your safari. The present day landscape has been formed by the erosion of wind and water, as well as geological forces that have formed rolling hills, dunes, gravel plains and ancient river terraces

A not-to-be-missed attraction is the picturesque Brandberg, Namibia’s highest mountain, which is home to thousands of ancient rock paintings, most notably The White Lady

Visitors to Damaraland can view one of its more unusual habitats – the Petrified Forest, which dates back millions of years and offers a haunting landscape of gigantic fossilised trees, some up to 30 metres (100ft) in length


Day 8-11: Etosha National Park

Today’s route takes you northeast towards Etosha National Park, travelling via the farming centres of Khorixas and Outjo, with a stop at the fascinating Petrified Forest along the way

Just south of the Etosha National Park you will enter the private Ongava Game Reserve and enjoy wildlife sightings as you drive way through the reserve to the accommodation of your choice

Make your way through the breadth of the Etosha National Park, entering at Andersson’s gate on the southern boundary. You will then make your way across the park via Okaukuejo, Halali, and Namutoni, stopping at selected waterholes along the way to observe the game gathered there. You will leave the park through the eastern Von Lindquist Gate before it closes at sunset, arriving at your selected accommodation in good time to freshen up for dinner

Etosha is one of Africa’s great wildlife parks and Namibia’s prime wildlife conservation area. Spanning a vast 22 300 km² (8 610 square miles), it consists mostly of grassy plains around a huge salt pan, which becomes a beautiful lake after heavy rains and attracts large flocks of pink candy-floss-coloured flamingos

The wildlife in Etosha congregates around the watering holes, making for exciting and productive game viewing

Apart from its wildlife, Etosha is also known for its immense salt pans, which covers 4 731 km² (1 827 square miles) at the heart of the park


Day 11-12: Okonjima

Okonjima Reserve is situated just west of the renowned Waterberg Plateau Park, amidst the vast plains scattered with remnants of ancient sandstone outcrops that skirt the Omboroko Mountains. A Herero name meaning “place of the baboons” this spectacular area is home to the world-famous AFRICAT Foundation, which supports the conservation of the world’s largest free-ranging population of cheetah and Namibia’s large wildcat population

Embark on interpretive tours of the Foundation as well as enjoying breathtaking nature drives

Keen hikers can set off into the majestic solitude of the desert on a selection of nature trails, while bird watchers will be sure to spot and photograph a number of colourful species


Day 12: Departure

Depart for Windhoek in the late morning, through the town of Okahandja, where you can stop at the craft market. On arrival in Windhoek you will be driven to Windhoek International Airport to check in for your flight home




LUXURY PACKAGE | USD 10 400 per person sharing

With this package, you will stay at the top luxury accommodation on the itinerary as follows:


  • 1 night AM Weinberg Estate’s Boutique Hotel– Windhoek
  • 2 nights andBeyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge – Namib Desert
  • 2 nights Strand Hotel – Swakopmund
  • 2 nights Onduli Ridge – Damaraland
  • 1 night Etosha Heights Safarihoek Lodge – Etosha National Park
  • 2 nights Onguma The Fort – Etosha National Park
  • 1 night Okonjima Bush Suite – Okonjima Reserve




  • Welcome and assistance service at Hosea Kutako International Airport
  • Transportation in a luxury air-conditioned safari vehicle, including mineral water on board
  • Services of a registered and experienced English-speaking safari guide
  • Entrance fees and excursions as described above
  • Return Airport transfers as described above.
  • Mineral water on board the safari vehicle
  • Accommodation inclusions as above
  • Emergency medical evacuation insurance



  • Items of personal nature
  • Gratuities
  • Visas
  • Travel insurance



  • The operator may reroute the itinerary or accommodate in similar lodges in case of non-availability
  • Single traveller supplement and child rates will be quoted on request
  • Rates are quoted on a per person sharing basis.
  • Should a booking fall over two rate periods the rate will change and we reserve the right to re-quote
  • The rates quoted are subject to change without warning if there are any increases in bed levies, park fees, fuel, sales tax or VAT, third-party services or any other circumstances beyond our control in the countries featured in this quote
  • Luggage is restricted to 20kg or 44 lb (not including photographic equipment) per person in a soft, hold all type bag
  • Vehicles used are normally comfortable 4WD Land Cruisers, equipped with air-conditioning and cool boxes or fridges for drinks and snacks. A trailer can be taken for luggage if required
  • Rates are subject to change.
  • Our high season typically covers travel between July and September as well as Christmas, New Years and Easter.

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