Booking for : Namibia Elegant – Self-Drive or Guided Luxury Safari






Namibia Elegant – Self-Drive or Guided Luxury Safari

Tour Details

Would you like to treat yourself to some luxury and reside in the country’s finest lodges? Would you like to be pampered, enjoy excellent cuisine and an elegant ambience? Then this voyage of discovery to the outstanding attractions of Namibia is just the thing for you. Immerse yourself in the endless expanse of the world’s oldest desert, where the stars seem close enough to touch and the colours of the gigantic dunes in Sossusvlei captivate. Discover the remnants of the German colonial era in Swakopmund and follow the even older traces of the native people at Twyfelfontein. Look forward to exciting game viewing at the private Ongava Game Reserve and in the famous Etosha National Park. And last but not least, you will come face to face with Namibia’s graceful big cats at Okonjima.

Prices available on request

Included are accommodation and meals as listed and the rental car.

Not included are excursions and entrance fees, personal expenses (tips, souvenirs, medication, telephone calls etc.), meals and beverages not itemized or excluded from the itinerary, airport taxes, visa costs all scheduled flights and bank charges.

*  This Tour can also be booked as Guided Tour

Why you choose this package!

  • Enjoy excellent cuisine and an elegant ambience
  • Discovery outstanding attractions of Namibia
  • Immerse yourself in endless expanse of world’s oldest desert
  • The colours of the gigantic dunes in Sossusvlei captivate
  • Discover the remnants of the German colonial era in Swakopmund
  • Discover even older traces of the native people at Twyfelfontein.
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Day 1,Hotel Heinitzburg, Windhoek

Arrival at Windhoek International Airport where you will be met by your English speaking tourguide. During the short trip to Windhoek you will receive useful information about the customs and ways of the country and get a first impression of the African landscape. Hotel Heinitzburg is one of Windhoek’s most luxurious establishments. Heinitzburg was built in 1914 by a German nobleman for his fiancée and was converted into a hotel in the 1996. The rooms are decorated in exquisite taste.
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Day 2,Wolwedans Dune Camp, NamibRand Nature Reserve

Your journey through Namibia starts with the drive past the picturesque Spreetshoogte Pass, which offers an endless view over the Namib, to the Namib Naukluft Park. Wolwedans Dune Camp is positioned on the edge of a 250 metre high dune, and offers magnificent views of the surrounding environment. With only eight tents, an intimate dining area and an inviting fire pit, the Camp exudes an uncharacteristic warmth.
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Day 3,Wolwedans Dune Camp, NamibRand Nature Reserve

Discover the fascinating wonders of the NamibRand Nature Reserve during a full day scenic excursion through grassy savannahs and apricot-colored sand dunes. You will see oryx antelopes, springboks and zebras roaming the vast grass-covered plains. and with some luck spot an aardwolf or a bat eared fox. In-between enjoy moments of silence – today a rare luxury.
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day 4,Sossusvlei Lodge, Sossusvlei

Continue to Sossusvlei Lodge, which is reached at noon. After a siesta you drive to Sossusvlei, a clay pan surrounded by some of the world’s tallest sand dunes. The most powerful forces of our planet, sun, wind and water, formed this sandy landscape over a period of 80 million years.
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Day 5,Desert Breeze Lodge, Swakopmund

Today’s journey takes you through the Namib Naukluft Park to the Atlantic coast. Along the way you pass the Kuiseb Canyon, where the two German geologists Hermann Korn and Dr. Henno Martin took refuge during Word War II. The latter is the author of the book "Sheltering Desert“.
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Day 6,Desert Breeze Lodge, Swakopmund

Take a stroll through this small coastal town and visit the museum, the aquarium or the Kristall Galerie, which displays the world’s largest quarz crystal cluster. In addition, there are various optional activities available, such as the Living Desert Tour, a unique and entertaining half day 4x4 excursion that takes you into the dune belt between Swakopmund and Walvis Bay. In Walvis Bay you have the option to participate in a three-hour catamaran cruise to see the seal colonies at Pelican Point. Another fascinating experience is the 2 hour scenic flight over the desert and the dunes to the shipwrecks of Conception Bay.
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Day 7,Mowani Mountain Camp, Damaraland

Continue your journey along the Atlantic coast to Henties Bay, where you turn inland and drive past the Brandberg into the timelessly beautiful landscape of southern Damaraland. In the afternoon you visit the outstanding sights of Damaraland. During a two-hour hike on the slopes of Twyfelfontein, you can admire some of the ancient rock engravings that have since been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The surrounding sights are the valley of the organ pipes and the Burnt Mountain.
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Day 8,Mowani Mountain Camp, Damaraland

Climb into an open vehicle for a half day scenic drive through this magnificent area. Mowani offers guided nature drives to explore the surrounding area and search for animal life such as the desert-adapted elephants and desert black rhino. Local guides share their intimate knowledge and respect for the land they love. With new insight into local traditions, you will come to fully appreciate the geology, botany, and wildlife of this stunning area.
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Day 9,Ongava Tented Camp, Ongava Private Game Reserve

On to your next destination. Sharing a common boundary with Etosha National Park, the prolific 30 000-hectare private Ongava Game Reserve is considered one of the finest private game reserves in the region, enjoying global recognition for exceptional conservation, ground breaking research and exciting safari experiences.
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Day 10,Ongava Tented Camp, Ongava Private Game Reserve

Enjoy a day of exciting animal watching. The dedicated guides design the game drives in Etosha (in the morning) and the Ongava Game Reserve (in the afternoon) interesting and exciting. Etosha is Namibia's most famous national park and one of the great highlights of the country.
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Day 11,Okonjima Luxury Bush Camp, Okonjima Nature Reserve

Today you continue to another highlight concerning animal viewing. Okonjima is the home of the AfriCat Foundation, which has dedicated itself to the protection and preservation of African predators, especially cheetahs and leopards, that have been rescued from irate livestock farmers.
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Day 12,Okonjima Luxury Bush Camp, Okonjima Nature Reserve

Take part in the various activities that are offered at Okonjima. You can radio-track leopards and cheetahs from open game viewing vehicles and see these beautiful predators in their natural environment. The animals are able to roam freely on the private nature reserve and catch their own prey.
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Day 13,Omaanda Lodge, Windhoek

Return to Windhoek and continue to the private Zannier Reserve, which is in close proximity to the Windhoek International Airport. Here your guide will bid you farewell. For the rest of the day you can relax by the swimming pool or on the terrace of your bungalow, and reflect on the experiences of your journey.

Additional Info

  • Kids : Allowed
  • Price : $
  • Location : Namibia, Africa

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