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Enchanting Namibia

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  • Twin / single accommodation
  • Meet and Greet in Windhoek
  • Meals
  • Scheduled road and light aircraft transfers
  • Scheduled activities
  • Conservancy levy

Olive Grove, Onguma Tented Camp, Mowani Mountain Camp, Swakopmund Hotel, Sossusvlei Desert Lodge

This 10 day fly-in  safari allows you to view spectacular, ancient San (Bushmen) rock art in Twyfelfontein, explore the vibrant coastal town of Swakopmund.

Encounter the rare black-faced impala and Hartmann's mountain zebra in the Etosha National Park and the opportunity of photographing the breathtaking copper-coloured sand dunes of Sossusvlei.


Day 1: Olive Grove , Windhoek, Namibia

Upon your arrival at Hosea Kutako International Airport you will be met and transferred by road to Olive Grove Guest House.

Windhoek, the country's capital, is a bustling metropolis that is unexpectedly neat and orderly. This is the main port of call for most tourists and all travellers pass through the city at least once. Windhoek lies in a pretty valley with buildings very much in the German architectural style. The German presence can be strongly felt in the food, restaurants and of course the beer. The Namibian beer is said to be the best in Africa, and is brewed in Windhoek.

Overnight accommodation is at Olive Grove Guest House in a standard room with en-suite bathroom. Your stay includes breakfast.

Day 2-3: Onguma Tented Camp, Etosha, Namibia

After breakfast you will be collected for your short drive to Eros Airport for your connecting light aircraft transfer to the Mokuti Airstrip.  Spend the next two nights at Onguma Plains Camp in a fort suite with en-suite bathroom that boasts indoor and outdoor showers. Your stay is on a full board basis, including one scheduled activity per day. Activities include guided nature walks, twice-daily game drives as well as spotlit night drives in the Onguma Private Game Reserve.

Etosha National Park is one of Africa's great wildlife parks and Namibia's prime wildlife conservation area. Spanning a vast 22 300km², it consists mostly of grassy plains around a huge saltpan, which becomes a beautiful lake after heavy rains and attracts large flocks of pink candy-flossed-coloured flamingos. Etosha hosts a vast array of animals, including the Big Five as well as giraffes and rare and unusual species like the black-faced impala, Hartmann's mountain zebra or the smallest antelope in the world, the Damara dikdik.

Day 4-5: Mowani Mountain Camp, Damaraland, Namibia

Road transfer to the airstrip for you flight to Twyfelfontein, where you will be collected and transferred to Mowani Mountain Camp for the next two nights.  Accommodation is in a view tent with en-suite bathroom with shower only. Your stay is on full board basis. Activities include two guided nature walks and a selection of two other activities, which include an elephant nature drive, a petrified forest nature drive and an excursion to Twyfelfontein, Burnt Mountain and Organ Pipes.

Situated on the eastern side of the Skeleton Coast National Park and southwest of Etosha National Park, is the breathtaking mountainous region of Damaraland. Here, an assortment of desert-adapted wildlife such as elephant, rhino, zebra and lion seek-out an existence in this near-barren landscape. A not-to-be-missed attraction is the picturesque Brandberg, Namibia's highest mountain, which is home to thousands of ancient rock paintings - most notably, The White Lady. While nearby, the rocky outcrops of Twyfelfontein feature exceptional Bushmen engravings, which are considered to be some of the best preserved etchings on the continent. Visitors to Damaraland can view one of its more unusual habitats - the Petrified Forest, which dates back millions of years and offers a haunting landscape of gigantic fossilised trees, some up to 30 metres (100ft) in length.

Day 6-7: Swakopmund Hotel, Swakopmund, Namibia

After breakfast, your scheduled light aircraft flight will transfer you to Swakopmund Airport. Upon arrival, you will be met and transferred by road to the Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre. Spend two nights in an en-suite room. Your stay includes breakfast.

Swakopmund is a charming little seaside town, on Namibia's western coast, retains a strong German flavour - from the cobbled streets and picturesque buildings, down to the typical German restaurants and pubs. This town is traditionally a holiday spot for locals and foreigners alike, with many opportunities for adventure sports and some good old-fashioned fun. Swakopmund is an ideal place to relax after a few days in the desert; wash off the sand and sample some of the finely-brewed local beer and renowned Swakopmund fare such as fish, lobster and the utterly delicious Swakopmund oysters.

Day 8-9: Sossusvlei Desert Lodge, Sossusvlei, Namibia

Today you will be collected from the hotel for your short flight to the Sossusvlei Airstrip.

One of the highlights of any trip to Namibia is a visit to Sossusvlei in the heart of the enormous, almost 50 000km² Namib-Naukluft Park. Easily accessible to visitors, Sossusvlei is a clay pan, only rarely filled by water, but a place of awe-inspiring beauty. Visitors to the region will be left spellbound by the magnificent ochre-coloured sand dunes, which rise over 300m into the sky - the highest sand dunes in the world.

Spend two nights at Sossusvlei Desert Lodge, in a desert villa with an en-suite bathroom and a private veranda. Your stay is on a full board basis, including scheduled activities within the NamibRand Nature Reserve.

The surrounding area lends itself to numerous adventures, which include scenic drives by four-wheel drive vehicle in the NamibRand Nature Reserve, where you may encounter a variety of desert-adapted animals, such as gemsbok, zebra, springbok, bat-eared fox, aardwolf, caracal and jackal.  A wonderful way of experiencing the dunes is by All Terrain Vehicle with an experienced guide who takes you along set paths in order not to damage the fragile ecology.   Guided nature walks and hiking trails provide an insight into the scenic and ecological aspects of the environment with its wide diversity of desert-adapted flora and fauna.  A resident astronomer and high-powered telescope provide breathtaking views of the clear desert night skies.

Day 10: Departure

After breakfast, light aircraft transfer to Hosea Kutako (Windhoek) International Airport

Olive Grove


A small, upmarket accommodation establishment situated close to the Windhoek city centre in a quiet, peaceful area. view details

Onguma Tented Camp


Sharing the eastern border of Namibia’s Etosha National Park, Onguma Tented Camp is a beguiling mixture of sophistication and relaxation, of elegance and the earth. view details

Mowani Mountain Camp


Between the Ugab and the Huab Rivers in southern Damaraland lies a vast and unspoilt wilderness area, boasting magnificent desert scenery, unusual geological formations, archaeological sites and a unique variety of desert fauna & flora. view details

Swakopmund Hotel


The Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre is situated at the gateway to the Skeleton Coast in the beautiful town of Swakopmund. view details

Sossusvlei Desert Lodge


Cradled against ancient mountains, looking out onto a broad rocky plain that rises towards distant dunes of fiery sand, Sossusvlei Desert Lodge boasts a location that is at once dramatic and serene. view details

  • Twin / single accommodation
  • Meet and Greet in Windhoek
  • Meals as specified in the itinerary
  • Scheduled road and light aircraft transfers as specified in the itinerary
  • Scheduled activities as specified in the itinerary
  • Conservancy levy at Mowani Mountain Camp