Namibia – 13 Day Safari
$4950AUD per person
based on shared Twin or Double accommodation
NOTE: Singel supplement not included
3rd June 2018 to 15th June 2018
Start location: Windhoek
Finish location: Walvis Bay
Upgraded accommodation available
Please contact us for further information
2 days with the San People (Bushmen)
2 days in Etosha National Park
Brandberg Mountain for Desert Elephants
Desert Dunes at Sesriem
2 days in Swakpomund
All accommodation while on Safari
Airport transfers to and from your accommodation
What's NOT Included:
Any activities in Swakopmund – an up to date activity list will be provided on request
Spending money for snacks, curios, alcoholic drinks, soft drinks and water
All meals not mentioned in the itinerary
Etosha National Park
This National Park is situated in the Northern part of Namibia and spans 22000 sq km. With savannahs, woodlands, grasslands and a saline desert it is diverse and provides some exceptional wildlife viewing. Arriving at our lodge within the park we can sit around the waterhole and wait for the animals to arrive. If we are lucky we may see some of Africa’s rarest animals, including the Black Rhino!
San Tribe (Bushmen)
The ancestors of the hunter-gatherer San people are considered to have been the first inhabitants of what is now Botswana and South Africa. There ethnicity is diminishing with the advance of Western culture and it is becoming harder to locate and meet these people. We will venture deep into remote Namibia to meet these extraordinary people. You will get a taste of their hunter and gatherer lifestyle and you will walk away from this experience feeling closer to nature and our human heritage.
Think of a desert landscape with a cool breeze and scattered with German colonial architecture – this is Swakopmund! If you are up for an adventure you can try out some unique activities like sand-boarding or dune quad-biking. It also hosts some amazing restaurants and bars. You will have the time to try some of Swakopmund’s best!
Namib-Naukluft National Park
A National Park in the worlds oldest desert which hosts the largest sand dunes in the World. Some of these dunes reach heights of more than 300 meters above the desert floor. The best and most popular location to view these magnificent geological features is from Sesriem. We will stay at Sesriem and travel to Sossusvlei and visit the clay pans that form at the end of the ancient river that meanders through the dune systems. It is considered to be one of the most photogenic locations in the World.