Glimpse of Namibia Safari

Windhoek to Windhoek


Glimpse of Namibia Safari

Safari Quick Facts

Safari Price: US$ 5,335 Email: Bookings & Enquiries Email

Safari Starts: Windhoek

Safari Ends: Windhoek Number of Days: 7
Countries visited: Namibia
Click here for Departure Dates Vehicles, Guides & Equipment Booking Code: AFL28

Safari Price Includes:

Meals 6 Breakfasts
6 Lunches
5 Dinners
Fully Escorted Tour
Local English Speaking Driver/Guide All Activities
Entrance Fees as per Itinerary
All Tolls and Taxes

Safari Price Excludes:

All optional excursions and meals unless otherwise stated in the itinerary Visas
Pre- and post-tour accommodation
Tips and porterage.

Glimpse of Namibia Safari

Namibia, named after the Namib Desert, is known for its contrasting landscapes and striking diversity of cultures. It is the second most sparsely populated country in the world, and the desolate Namib Desert is said to be the oldest in the world, with its stunningly beautiful dunes and landscapes. Namibia is a photographer’s dream. It has rugged mountains, wild coast, amazing wildlife, stark deserts and fascinating tribes. On this short lodge-based tour, we explore Etosha National Park with its abundance of wildlife and flood lit waterholes perfect for game viewing, and roam the desert plains and dune fields of the Namib Naukluft Park. We visit a Refuge and Rehabilitation Centre, and spend time in the coastal town of Swakopmund.

Glimpse of Namibia Safari Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Windhoek - Lodge Lodge Dinner

You are collected from the airport on arrival and transferred to the Lodge where you will stay overnight in beautiful thatch bungalows with en-suite facilities.
This afternoon you will have the opportunity to join the afternoon feeding tour of the large predators that are unable to be re-located back into the wild, learn more about these fascinating animals and photographic opportunities are excellent. You can then enjoy a champagne sundowner before returning to the lodge for dinner. Your stay here supports the project and helps with the costs of keeping these majestic animals alive. Overnight twin share bungalows with en-suite facilities
Please note that the feeding game drive & champagne sundowner are included.

Day 2: Etosha National Park Camping Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast this morning you are transferred to Windhoek where you will meet with your guide and begin the journey north to the mighty Etosha National Park. We stop briefly at Otjiwarongo where we can enjoy a picnic lunch before arriving at Andersson’s Gate early afternoon and game driving through to camp. This evening we can enjoy dinner in the restaurant before heading to the floodlit waterhole where you can relax and watch the animals come to drink. Overnight in double chalets with en-suite bathrooms.

Day 3: Etosha National Park Camping Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning we enjoy a quick breakfast before heading out for a full day game driving. We visit many waterholes and drive half way across the park in our quest to find the Big 4 as well as all the plains game arriving at Halali for a rest during the hottest part of the day. Here your guide will prepare you a delicious lunch whilst you have a dip in the pool or relax by the camp waterhole.
Continuing after lunch you will visit the mighty Etosha Pan and have the experience of walking on the pan to feel the immenseness of this 4500 sq km saltpan (seasonal). We will then continue back calling into some well-known waterholes and return to our lodge prior to sunset. Dinner is in the restaurant and an early night is recommended.

Day 4: Swakopmund Guesthouse Breakfast, Lunch

Early morning game drive looking for predators as well as plains game and the many bird species found inside this incredible world-renowned park before exiting the park and beginning the drive through to Swakopmund.
En-route we will enjoy a picnic lunch, arriving in the quaint town of Swakopmund mid/late afternoon. On arrival we can check into our guesthouse before exploring Swakopmund. Overnight in twin rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Dinner is at own expense tonight in one of the many restaurants.

Day 5: Namib Naukluft National Park Lodge Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

A leisurely morning where you can relax, wander into town for some shopping or join any optional activities such as a dolphin cruise or scenic flight before departing for the desert.
Our drive today takes us to the port town of Walvis Bay where we will make a stop at the lagoon for lunch giving us a chance to do some birding. Here, pelicans, avocets, and flamingo are a common sight. We then depart and head across the desert into the Namib Naukluft National Park. On arrival at the Lodge we have ample time to relax, take a swim or enjoy the amazing views that this lodge has to offer. The most unique feature of this lodge is it’s location inside the national park, which enables us unlimited access to the mighty sand dunes of the Namib. Should we wish, we can opt to head into the dunes for sunset or the moon rise, or choose to relax at the lodge and enjoy a sundowner. Dinner tonight is in the restaurant and an early night is recommended.

Day 6:


Lodge Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Pre-dawn departure this morning to ensure that we have the opportunity to view this stunning area at its best. We drive down an ancient river bed surrounded by towering dunes to the 2x4 parking (around 55kms) and take a 4x4 drive into the Sossusvlei area to appreciate the beauty of this place in the early morning light and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the region. We explore this unique area on foot before heading into Dead Vlei with its large expanse of bleached cracked clay and skeletal camel thorn trees, contrasting with a backdrop of huge dunes with their ever-changing colours. A picnic breakfast will keep our energy levels up until we return to the lodge for lunch.
As we drive back we will stop at the famous Dune 45 and climb this dune if we wish or just wander around the base. We return to our lodge where we can relax, go back to bed, or take a swim before lunch.
After lunch is some time for ourselves. You may choose to relax around the lodge, or take a walk in the area.
Late afternoon we will visit the nearby Sesriem Canyon. This small, but important canyon, has been one of the few sources of permanent water in the area for hundreds of years and has sustained the local human and animals populations. We can then return to the lodge for a sundowner drink, before a sumptuous dinner in the restaurant

Day 7: Windhoek   Breakfast, Lunch

After a leisurely breakfast we return to Windhoek via Bullsport and Rehoboth. Our drive past the Naukluft Mountains is an ideal setting for a light picnic lunch before arriving in Windhoek early/mid afternoon where you will be transferred to the airport in time for your onward flight.
Please ensure that you do not book a flight out from Windhoek today unless it is a night departure. We are due to arrive back into Windhoek around 3pm, but please allow for unforseen delays. Post tour accommodation can be booked if required.

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