Project Description


This Inbound advertises this safari as guided

Summary of your Trip

  • 1 Night – Am Weinberg Boutique Hotel DBB (Windhoek)| Namibia
  • 2 Nights – Wolwedans Boulders Camp FI (Namib Nature Reserve) | Namibia
  • 2 Nights – Little Kulala FI (Sossusvlei) | Namibia
  • 2 Nights – Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp FI (Skeleton Coast) | Namibia
  • 2 Nights – Ongava Lodge FB & Activities (Etosha National Park) | Namibia
  • DBB = Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
  • FB & Activities = Lunch, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast and Activities
  • FI (Fully Inclusive) = Lunch, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast, Activities & selected drinks


Day 01: Windhoek – Namib Desert

Leave Windhoek and drive via the Remhoogte Pass to Namib Desert Lodge. In the late afternoon a sundowner drive through the magnificent scenery and to the top of the petrified dunes takes place.

Dinner/ bed/breakfast at Namib Desert Lodge/ NNL/ NNL Soft Adventure Camp or similar.

Day 02: Sossuvlei – Sesriem Canyon

After an early morning departure, you will experience the spectacular dune landscape of the Namib, boasting the highest dunes in the world. Revere at the foot of the 300m apricot-coloured mass as it towers skyward. The energetic among you may even be tempted to conquer the dune. After viewing the nearby Sesriem Canyon, we proceed northwards along the eastern border of the Namib Naukluft Park., back to Namib Desert Lodge. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure. Meander about the unusual landscape or relax at the swimming pool.

Dinner/ bed/breakfast at Namib Desert Lodge/ NNL/ NNL Soft Adventure Camp or similar.

Day 03: Namib Desert – Walvis Bay

Drive via Solitaire, Gaub- and Kuiseb Pass into the Namib Naukluft Park, passing fantastic rock formations. We reach Walvis Bay in the afternoon.

Bed/breakfast at Protea Pelican Bay Hotel.

Day 4: Walvis Bay – Boat Cruise – Swakopmund

At 08h00 we board a motorboat/ Catamaran for a 3-hour boat trip. During this time we will see and have the opportunity to observe the many seabird species. Seals and dolphins soon become a topic of conversation as they accompany the boat on its journey. We will idle within arm’s reach of enormous seal colonies, whilst on board enjoying fresh Atlantic oysters, open bread rolls, and South African sparkling wine and light drinks. Afterwards continue to Swakopmund.

Rest of the day at leisure.

On request (and at own cost) activities can be arranged.

Bed/breakfast at Swakopmund Plaza Hotel/Probst Hotel.

Day 5: Swakopmund – Twyfelfontein

Early departure direction Twyfelfontein. Viewing of the Twyfelfontein rock paintings and rock engravings and the burnt mountain – a testimony to Namibia’s very early and eventful human habitation.

Dinner/bed/breakfast at the Twyfelfontein Lodge/ Damara Mopane Lodge or similar

Day 6: Twyfelfontein – Etosha National Park

Today we view the Ugab terraces and the “Fingerklippe”, a 35m high sandstone column, with a circumference of 44 m, before continuing our journey to the Etosha National Park. First short game drive.

Dinner/bed/breakfast at the Toshari Lodge ( located outside the national Park – in the south of the park –   sleeps 145 guests – around R1080 PER ROOM per night located 43 mn North of Outjo and 16 mn ( 25 kms south of the Anderson Gate into Etosha Nat. Park – located in Okaukuejo – located close to the main road between the town of Outjo and Okaukuejo . The Lodge is in an ideal position for day visits into the park, whether you venture on your own or you join one of the expertly guide tour) from or similar.

Day 7: Etosha National Park

THE ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK – one of the largest and most prominent game reserves in Africa, covers an area of 22,270 km². The park is home to approximately 114 species of animal wildlife. The main area of the Etosha National Park is covered by a huge salt pan, 129 km long and up to 72 km wide. During the rainy season the pan resembles a huge lake, but this soon evaporates during the dry season, leaving behind a shimmering sediment causing mirages to play havoc on the eyes. A visit during the dry season, May to October, is certainly the most rewarding time for game viewing. Huge herds of game assemble at the waterholes in the early mornings and before dusk, entertaining the audience with their different antics. Whole day game viewing in the park.

Dinner/bed/breakfast at the Mokuti Etosha Lodge or similar. Located outside the park – – eastern portion of the park

Day 8: Etosha National Park

Another day is spent with game viewing in the Park. In the late afternoon proceed to a lodge bordering the park.

Dinner/bed/breakfast at the Mokuti Etosha Lodge ( is a 5 star lodge ? – located in a 400-hectare nature reserve .It share a common border with Etosha Nat P (located outside the National Park) around R 3144 per room per night – on the eastern doorstep of world-famous Etosha National Park – It is the closest lodge to Etosha Nat. Park , only 4 mn drive from the Eastern Namutoni Gate – has 90 rooms , 16 Luxury rooms and sleeps 212 guests  — The lodge is an ideal venue for individual travellers wanting to explore the famous Eastern side of Etosha National Park well known for its excellent and diverse wildlife encounters – has a private airstrip and has open 4 x4 game vehicles for guided morning, afternoon and full day safaris in Etosha National Park — has 2 tennis court,  REPTILE PARK, a gym, walking trails, exclusive Spa, 2 swimming pool, , a separate children splash pool) or similar.

Day 9: Return to Windhoek

Early departure direction Windhoek. Arrival in Windhoek in the afternoon.