This camping safari depart from Windhoek on a Friday morning between 8H00 and 8H300 with an collection from your accommodation in town, we travel via the small town of Okahandja towards the Africat Foundation.
At this predator conservation project you will experience the big predator cats of Africa, and the effort to save these endangered animals. After our predator experience, we depart for the Etosha National Park. The spectacular and diverse wildlife of Etosha is one of the major highlights of this 10 day tour.
At Etosha you will experience some of the finest wildlife watching in Africa with game drives, and even at night at the camp's floodlighted waterholes.
Leaving the wonderful wildlife experience of Etosha behind, we make our way towards the Southern Kaokoland region, near the little village of Kamanjab.
Here we will visit a traditional Himba tribal village to experience and inter-act with one of Namibia’s last very tribal people.
Leaving the Himba behind, we begin to travel in a southerly direction, into the scenic and unspoilt Damaraland. Moving from the rugged Damaraland region, we cross into the Skeleton Coast section of the Namib Desert along the Atlantic coast and to Swakopmund.
This pretty old colonial coastal resort town on the Atlantic Coast, is the main tourist town on the Atlantic coast of Namibia. In Swakop there is time for optional adventure activities, and just to explore the various museums and points of interests.
From Swakopmund, we travel via the Namib Desert, Kuiseb and Gaub Canyons to reach the fossil dunes at Sossusvlei. On our way we will do short stops at the Tropic of Capricorn and Solitaire.
After two nights and one day exploring the majestic high dunes of the Sossusvlei area in the Namib-Naukluft Park (claimed to be the world’s highest dunes).
From Sossusvlei, we make our way back to the capitol of Namibia, Windhoek. Here your safari tour ends with a drop-off at your accommodation (Not included in the tour).
|1||Okonjima||Okonjima Campsite||L, D|
|2||Etosha National Park||Namutoni Campsite||B, L, D|
|3||Etosha National Park||Okaukeujo Campsite||B, L, D|
|4||Hoada Grootberg||Hoada Campsite||B, L, D|
|5||Twyfelfontein area||Madisa Campsite||B, L, D|
|6||Swakopmund||Prost Hotel Room||B, L|
|7||Swakopmund||Prost Hotel Room||B|
|8||Sesriem Area||Sesriem Campsite||B, L, D|
|9||Sesriem Area||Sesriem Campsite||B, L, D|
|10||Return to Windhoek||B, L|
|B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner|
One of the finest game reserves in the world, with a unique diversity of wildlife, birds and scenery.
These spectacular shades of red dunes are fame to be of the highest in the world. Endless horizons and natural beauty.
The Himba still follow their traditional culture and offer an insight into real old African cultures.
Learn about the conservation and the large predator cats of Namibia at the Africat Foundation. .