- Accommodation as per itinerary (7 nights camping, 5 nights accommodated)
- Meet & Greet on arrival in Namibia
- Detailed travel documents with route description, maps and vouchers
- Bushmen / San cultural experience
Welcome in Namibia! You will be met on arrival by your drive for the road transfer to Vondelhof Guesthouse where you can relax after your international flight.
In the bustling city of Windhoek, Vondelhof Guesthouse offers an informal and tranquil accommodation option. Guests can relax on the verandah overlooking the lush tropical gardens or escape the heat of the day in the sparkling blue swimming pool. Centrally located, Vondelhof Guesthouse is only a few minutes away from Windhoek’s city centre with its parks, museums, restaurants and many other attractions. The friendly staff are always at hand to assist guests. With secure parking, easy access from the international airport, Wi-Fi and internet facilities the Guesthouse makes the ideal base from which to start and end a trip through Namibia.
Enjoy 1 night at Vondelhof Guesthouse on a Bed & Breakfast basis.
Day 2 & 3
You will be met by your driver after breakfast for the road transfer to the Britz Depot. The hand over process of a camping equipped vehicle is rather in depth and can take approximately 3 hours.
After the hand over, make your way to the Namibian coastline where the popular town of Swakopmund is located.
Alte Brücke Holiday Resort is a great base from which to explore Swakopmund, and the nearby Walvis Bay, as well as the many activities and tours that can be enjoyed in the area. They are situated 200m from the beach, in the older part of Swakopmund, 1.2 km from the centre of town as well as within easy walking distance from many popular restaurants, pubs, local shops and attractions. Their action desk can give you information on activities available at the coast and will book any activity offered in town for you, at no extra cost.
Enjoy 2 nights at Alte Brücke, Camping on a self-catering basis.
Bid Swakopmund farewell as you travel further north along the coastline and into the famous Skeleton Coast with its shipwrecks and haunting views.
Literally metres from the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Cross Lodge presents a unique and serene stop for travellers along this vast untamed and seldom explored wilderness on the Skeleton Coast. The curious mix of Cape Dutch and West Coast fishing village architecture, nestles colossal windows which embrace the natural light and reveal endless vistas.
Around this idyllic oasis lies infinite ocean and desert, littered with the eerie remains of man’s past endeavours. Nearby, rocky outcrops provide a perfect playground for a large colony of Cape Fur Seals.
Spend 1 night at Cape Cross Hotel on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast basis
Continue along the northern salt road of the Skeleton Coast Park before heading inland to the Kunene region of Namibia. In the heat, dust and stunning landscapes that the area is known for, you will find Mowani Mountain Camp. Dwarfed by massive ochre boulders, the camp is absorbed into the landscape, making it one with their shared history of life in this prehistoric land. Every soft curve or ragged edge frames the landscape in a different way, as if you are seeing it for the first time, every time. Rare, desert dwelling elephants, springbok, gemsbok and jackal roam these plains, while their images are found etched in the rocks at Twyfelfontein, Namibia’s first World Heritage Site.
Enjoy 1 night at Mowani Mountain Camp, Camping on a self-catering basis.
Day 6 & 7
Today you will depart to the famous Etosha National Park.
Etosha is known for its characteristic large salt pan that can even be seen from space. Contrary to its desert landscape, the Park has abundant wildlife that congregates around waterholes making for excellent game viewing. Rugged roads fringe the vast salt flat of Etosha Pan, which becomes a breeding ground for flocks of flamingos in the wet season.
Okaukuejo is the oldest tourist camp in Etosha and is home to the Etosha Ecological Institute. It is situated at the western end of the Etosha Pan. The main attraction of this camp is a permanent waterhole which is floodlit at night. The spectacle starts at dawn, with animals coming in large numbers to quench their thirst. The activity continues throughout the day until late at night. In the early evenings, it is not uncommon to have black rhino, elephant, and lion all drinking at the same time.
Enjoy two nights at Okaukuejo, Camping on a self-catering basis.
Day 8 & 9
Continue exploring Etosha National Park as you make your way to the next rest camp, Halali Camp.
In an otherwise flat area, Halali Camp is perched between a few hills and koppies. Thicker vegetation makes this popular with leopard, rhino and elephant. Situated halfway between Namutoni and Okaukuejo the Halali Rest Camp is centrally located near some of the most popular waterholes of the Etosha National Park. A short walk will take you to the camp’s floodlit waterhole with excellent day and night game viewing.
‘Halali’ is the German word for the traditional ending of a hunt. The camp signifies the end of game hunting and the rise of eco-tourism in Namibia.
Enjoy two nights at Halali Camp, Camping on a self-catering basis.