Day 1: Damaraland
Clients will meet at any establishment in Swakopmund during their Namibia tour. Departing Swakopmund travel northwards following the coastal road to Henties Bay and on to Cape Cross Seal Reserve, which boasts over 100 000 Cape Fur Seals.
Head inland across the flat, barren plain to the abandoned tin mine of Uis and past the Brandberg Mountain (Namibia’s highest peak). This is Damaraland with its rugged landscapes, sparse population and great mountains. Overnight at I'Gowati Lodge. Breakfast is included.
Day 2: Outjo
Twyfelfontein, meaning 'doubtful spring' has been occupied for thousands of years, with its spring attracting herds of game making this an excellent base for early hunters.
The slopes of the area are strewn with boulders; all dotted with thousands of engravings and some ancient paintings, a virtual open-air museum. Geological features in the area include the Organ Pipes, Burnt Mountain and the Petrified Forest. Overnight at Etosha Garten Hotel. Breakfast is included.
Day 3: Etosha National Park
Enter the world famous Etosha National Park, where a full day of game driving is enjoyed during your Namibia tour. The game and birds found here are typical of the savannah plains of Southern Africa. Herbivores such as Zebra, Elephant, Giraffe, Eland, Blue Wildebeest, Gemsbok, Springbok, Kudu and Steenbok abound.
Hundreds of bird species have been recorded, including many migrants during the summer period. Larger felines are also found, such as Lion, Leopard, Cheetah and Caracal, with Hyenas, Cape Fox, and Black-backed Jackal seen during the early mornings and late evenings. Overnight at Etosha National Park Rest Camp. Breakfast is included.
Day 4: Etosha National Park
Enjoy more game drives through Etosha National Park before exiting to a private lodge. Overnight at Mokuti Lodge. Breakfast is included.
Day 5: Return to Windhoek
Visit Lake Otjikoto, which is Herero for 'deep hole'. Depart to the town of Tsumeb which is dominated by the central mine shaft, mining a rich ore pipe for copper, zinc, lead, silver and a variety of unusual crystals for which Tsumeb is world famous, visit the museum.
Continue south through the garden-town of Otjiwarongo and on to Okahandja where the Kavango woodcarvers ply their trade at a large open-air craft market on the outskirts of the town. Breakfast is included.
- Same Day Transfers To And From The Airport
- Accommodation On A Sharing Basis
- Transport In Air-Conditioned Vehicles
- Meals As Stipulated
- Entrance Fees To National Parks
- English - German Speaking Driver / Guide
- Soft And Non-Alcoholic Beverages Whilst On Board The Vehicle
- All Extra Meals & Drinks
- Full Travel Insurance
- Excursions Not Related To The Safari
- International Flights
- Airport Departure Taxes
- Items Of A Personal Nature Etc
Vehicle Type Used On Tour:
Speedliner or Sprinter or Microbus.