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7 Days Discover Namibia

7 Days
  • 4x4 pop up
  • 2 to 12
  • 2512 m
  • 4 star hotel, safari lodge
  • Windhoek
  • may, june, July, August
  • English, French
  • All inclusive
  • 65

Overview

This 7-day Discover Namibia Safari takes you to Etosha National Park, the southern portion of this primeval paradise, which is situated in northwest Namibia, immediately south of the boundaries of Etosha National Park. There are several top-notch private game reserves in the region. Andersson’s Gate, which is the southern gate, provides access to the national park. A wide range of wildlife, including lions, giraffes, elephants, black and white rhinos, and numerous plains animals, can be seen by visitors. Taking an open 4×4 safari with a knowledgeable guide, going on half or full-day drives with the choice of a choice of Picnic lunch.

Itinerary

On this day, arrive at the Airport then you will be picked up by our guides, your name printed on an A4 paper for easy identification. Receive your tour documents for your tour briefing just before departing to your hotel in Etosha National Park. Embark on a late afternoon Game drive.
Check-in at the lodge for dinner, relaxation, and overnight
Overnight: Toshari Lodge

Wake up to your early morning breakfast, Drive a game drive in Etosha National Park in search of plains wildlife, reptiles, birds, and predators. To optimize photo chances, game drives are held in specially designed safari vehicles featuring huge opening windows and a pop-up roof. These game drives cover a wide range of terrain depending on the season, but they usually center on the waterholes where a variety of animals congregate to drink and swim. You will have lunch and later proceed with the game drive. Check back at the lodge for dinner, relaxation, and overnight.
Overnight: Toshari Lodge

After your early morning breakfast, transfer to Swakopmund and route through to Himba Village. The beach town of Swakopmund, located along Namibia's stunningly gorgeous coast, is well-known for its expansive boulevards, colonial architecture, and surreal desert surroundings. Swakopmund, established in 1892 as the principal harbor for German South-West Africa, is sometimes said to be more German than German. The hub of the Skeleton Coast tourism region, Swakopmund is a seaside resort town with enough to offer tourists. It's a highly popular Namibian vacation because of its unique blend of German and Namibian influences, adventure opportunities, laid-back environment, and refreshing sea breeze. Numerous thrilling activities are in store for visitors, such as fishing, horseback riding, paragliding, quad biking, sightseeing, and fascinating desert tours.
Check-in at the lodge for Dinner, relaxation, and overnight.
Overnight: Swakopmund Sands Hotel

On the big day, Wake up to your early morning Breakfast, and embark on a morning cruise followed by an adventure up to Sandwich Harbor to fulfill your day. Activities include Champagne, cold local beers, soft drinks, fresh Oysters, and finger food. Dinner at Ocean Cellar Restaurant. Check back at the hotel for relaxation and overnight.
Overnight: Swakopmund Sands Hotel

In the morning hours after breakfast, Transfer to Sossusvlei for lunch en route. Namibia is a multicultural country. You will cross the Tropic of Capricorn and go via the Gaub and Kuiseb passes today, going from the desert to the sea. Kuiseb Canyon's bottom offers a dry riverbed, but as you approach it, a spectacular desert vista appears.
Check-in at the lodge for dinner relaxation and overnight.
Overnight: Sossusvlei Lodge

Wake up to your early morning breakfast with a packed lunch, you will visit the Sossusvlei, Dune 45, Dead Vlei, Big Daddy, and Sesriem Canyon.
Dune 45
Dune 45, so named because it is 45 kilometers past the town of Sesriem, is well-known for its graceful shape and for being situated near a road, which has made it the "most photographed dune in the world." Dune 45, which is only 80 meters high and has a considerably softer gradient, is a more forgiving option if you're not up for the taxing walk to the summit of Big Daddy.
Dead Vlei
This old clay pan was originally an oasis, nourished by a river that abruptly altered its course and left the land and the trees it had sustained dry. It was dotted with acacias. The climate was so dry that the trees never withered; instead, they were completely drained of moisture, leaving them as desiccated, charcoal sentinels scattered throughout the fissured surface of the pan 900 years later.
Sesriem Canyon
Sesriem Canyon, a deep chasm carved through the rocks by water, is a striking natural feature of the area that is best explored on foot. Stony walls rise sharply on both sides of the canyon, while birds roost in its crags and lizards dart along the ledges. The canyon’s name was coined when early settlers used it as a water.

Check back at the lodge for dinner relaxation and overnight.
Overnight: Sossusvlei Lodge

Wake up to your late breakfast and Transfer to Windhoek and later departure.
END OF THE 7 DAY DISCOVER NAMIBIA SAFARI

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the level of fitness required?

Its easy, Believing is all you need

Is there Internet Access

Some places closer to town, in desert its diffcult

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7 Days Discover Namibia
  • 4x4 pop up
  • 2 to 12
  • 2512 m
  • 4 star hotel, safari lodge
  • Windhoek
  • may, june, July, August
  • English, French
  • All inclusive
  • 65