The Ultimate Namibia
Includes flights & taxes
Our Desert Dune Safari is a journey of discovery through the dune-filled desert and the Skeleton Coast. A 10 night self drive exploration!
The Ultimate Namibia
The vast horizons of Namibia are part of this Exploration as you drive as well as fly between locations. You can see areas of interest along the way; giving you a real taste of Namibia as a magnificent and remarkable country.
This is no ordinary self drive journey – you will encounter a transformative journey within a landscape of vast and varying beauty.
We fly you in to Windhoek, you collect your SUV/4 x 4 vehicle and begin your adventure of a lifetime!
The Ultimate Namibia (10 Nights):
1 Night Anib Kalahari Lodge (BB) – Kalahari Desert
2 Nights Desert Camp (BB) – Sossusvlei
2 Nights Swakopmund Plaza (BB)
1 Night Twyfelfontein Country Lodge (DB) – Damaraland
1 Night Etosha Village (DB) – Etosha South
2 Nights Mushara Bush Camp (DB) – Etosha East
1 Night Okonjima Plains Camp (DB) – Otjiwarongo
Namibia is a destination offering raw beauty, with a variety of landscapes, as well as the luxury of experiencing much of it alone. Whilst it is for the most part arid, it is far from lifeless. Aside from game-rich Etosha, you will almost certainly encounter desert-adapted elephant, as well as rhino in Damaraland, and even the Namib is home to an array of highly evolved creatures: from the tenebrionid beetle, that stands on its head at dawn to capture the morning fog, to the rapier-horned oryx, able to prevent moisture-loss by maintaining a body temperature of 45C; cooling it’s blood before it reaches the brain, by flushing it through a delicate web of nose capillaries.
Namibia, is twice the size of Germany, the colonial power that annexed it for only 31 years (1884-1915). Yet Germany left an indelible imprint on its architecture, cuisine, as well as language.
The very best sights are accessible on a road trip from Windhoek. You enjoy a looping, scenic journey that takes you via Okonjima, home of the Africat Foundation, to Etosha, Namibia’s greatest wildlife sanctuary, then west to the sculptural massifs of Damaraland. From here you head south to the coastal town of Swakopmund, home to the best surviving German colonial-era architecture, Sossusvlei, finally, entering the heart of the great Namib desert.