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Explore Namibia in a group

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Namibia is known as the land of vast open plains, red desert, original tribes, unspoiled nature and safari possibilities. The country is no less than 20 times the size of the Netherlands and has only 2.3 million inhabitants. This illustrates how sparsely populated this country is!

This group tour starts in Windhoek. Via the desert and the coast you travel to the iconic Spitzkoppe for a cultural experience. The ‘wild’ experience should of course not be missing, so you should also visit Etosha National Park before heading back to Windhoek where your tour ends.

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6408
From€ 2110/ per person
11days
Spitzkoppe, Namib Naukluft National Park, Etosha National Park
Namibia
Windhoek, Swakopmund
Windhoek
Windhoek
  • 10 nights in the aforementioned comfortable guesthouses and lodges, or similar
  • Meals according to program
  • Mentioned activities
  • Transport per 4x4 vehicle
  • Entrance fees to the parks mentioned, unless otherwise stated
  • Transfers from and to the airport from Windhoek
  • Flights and possibly visa
  • Travel and cancellation insurance (required)
  • Optional activities
  • Personal expenses and fees
  • Other meals and drinks
minibus with driver
bed and breakfast
Lodge, Guesthouse
Comfort
Dagprogramma
Travel schedule -

Day 1: Windhoek

Upon arrival at Hosea Kutako International Airport you will be picked up and brought to your accommodation. You will meet your guide at the guesthouse and after freshening up you will set off for a short city tour.

The evening is free at leisure. You can go to the center of sunset around Windhoek and sundowner in the Rooftop bar of the Hilton Hotel The view here is spectacular!

Accommodation: Klein Windhoek Guesthouse in a double room with own bathroom, or similar
included activity: Transfer to the airport from your guesthouse, city tour

Day 2-3: Windhoek – Sossusvlei (B, L)

Today you leave the ‘bustle’ of the city behind you and drive through the vast landscape to it Namib Naukluft Park. Along the way you will experience for yourself how empty this country really is! What you will see during this ride are vast and empty landscapes with here and there a small place that consists of no more than a gas station, perhaps a shop and a few houses.

You will also mainly see an empty road ahead, with the occasional oncoming traffic.

After arrival at your camp, you have the rest of the day at your leisure. The camp has a swimming pool and a Sunset deck with a bar for a wonderful sundowner!

In the morning on day three you get up early to visit an absolute highlight: the Sossusvlei and Deadvlei. Don’t forget to bring your camera,

because these dunes are truly spectacular and you will certainly be able to take beautiful pictures. On the way back to your camp, stop at Sesriem Canyon for a short walk through the canyon.

Accommodation: Agama River Camp in a permanent tent with private bathroom, or equivalent. Included activity: visit to Sossusvlei, Deadvlei and Sesriem Canyon.

Day 4-5: Sossusvlei – Swakopmund (Day 4: B, L day 5: B)
You spend the whole day in the Namib Naukluft Park while you drive through it. This immense desert is home to a number of very rare plant and animal species. The animals you can encounter here are gemsbok, springbok and the Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra.
In the afternoon you will arrive in the charming coastal town Swakopmund.

The German influence is still clearly visible here, just look at the street signs. If there is time you can choose an optional activity (for example a Township tour, a quadbike tour or a sandboarding tour).

Or you can take a walk through the city and see the beach.

On day five you leave early in the morning for Walvis Bay. You make a nice ride along the lagoon to Pelican Point. Along the way you make a stop and you can take pictures of the countless flamingos, pelicans and other birds. Then you will arrive at Pelican Point, the starting point of your kayak trip! Before you leave, you will receive a briefing from your kayak guide. You paddle around the protected side of the peninsula for about two hours. The rest of the day is at your leisure.

Accommodation: Hotel Ala Mer in a double room with own bathroom, or similar
Included activities: Kayaking at Pelican Point
Optional activities: sandboarding, quad biking, Township tour

Day 6: Swakopmund – Damaraland (B, L)
You leave the coast behind and drive, again through a desert landscape, to the iconic Spitzkoppe. After a walk around the rocks, where you will see ancient rock drawings, you will continue to Omaruru.

Accommodation: Omaruru Guesthousein a double room with own bathroom, or similar
Included activities: Walk at Spitzkoppe

Day 7: Damaraland (B, L)
There is an interesting cultural activity on the program today. You are visiting a local San village. They will take you on a walking tour through the bush! You will learn more about traditions, which plants and herbs they use and for what purpose, how food is collected, hunting techniques and how fire is made. All in all a very educational day!

On the way back to your guesthouse you will visit a local distillery and small wine cellar where you can taste the home-made products.

Accommodation: Omaruru Guesthouse in a double room with own bathroom, or similar
Included activity: visit to San one visit to a local distillery.

Day 8-9: Damaraland – Etosha National Park (B, L)
There is another absolute highlight on the program in the coming days, namely Etosha National Park. The next two days are all about game drives and spotting as much as possible! You have the chance to see four of the Big Five, namely lion, leopard, elephant and rhino (buffalo do not occur in Etosha National Park), but of course also other animals such as cheetah, zebra and various types of antelope. Especially at the water pools you have a good chance of seeing a variety of animals!

Accommodation: Toshari Lodge in a double room with own bathroom, or similar
Included activity: game-drives

Day 10: Etosha National Park – Windhoek (B, L, D)
You say goodbye to the wild and drive the long way back to Windhoek. Occasionally you make a stop en route to stretch your legs and buy a snack. After arrival in Windhoek you can relax or take a walk. Tonight a farewell dinner is planned at the popular restaurant Joe’s Beerhouse.

Accommodation: Klein Windhoek Guesthouse in a double room with own bathroom, or similar
Included activities: Dinner Joe’s Beerhouse

Day 11: Windhoek (B)
After breakfast you will be brought back to the airport and your tour will end.

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