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Why you should go…

The beautiful landscapes, a wide variety of plants, an abundance of wildlife, and historic structures make this tour an ideal way to discover the beauty of Namibia.

This is a Sample itinerary for preorganized groups.

Travel ltinerary Highlights

Windhoek | Sossusvlei | Walvisbay | Swakopmund | Damaraland | Etosha National Park | Petrified Forest


Suggested Length

9 Days / 8 Nights

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Day 1

Arrival – Windhoek

Arrival at Windhoek International Airport in the evening. Our guide will meet you at the airport and proceed via mountainous terrain to Windhoek, the capital city of Namibia. Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, is home to about 350 000 people and is situated in the beautiful, green valley of the Auas Mountains, the country’s second-highest mountain range. Because of its strategic location, The city provides the ideal view of Namibia’s wide variety of tourist attractions due to its central location. In addition, the city is a veritable melting pot of contemporary and traditional cultures, trends, and architectural styles. Check into your hotel. Dinner at hotel.  Overnight Windhoek (D)

Day 2


Breakfast at hotel, check out, and proceed to Sossusvlei. Sossusvlei, an area marked by some of the highest sand dunes on earth, stands towering over the white desert plains. The afternoon can be spent participating in optional activities available at our lodge or just relaxing at the pool.  Dinner and Overnight Sossusvlei  (B, D)

namibia sand dunes

Day 3



Today is a very early start. The mountains of sand are painted in a spectrum of apricot, red, and orange from the first light of daybreak, creating a striking contrast with the clear blue sky above. We walk up one of the dunes in Sossusvlei, where the mostly dry Tsauchab River abruptly stops among spectacular dunes, to view the desert environment.

Following that, we will explore Sesriem Canyon, a life-sustaining natural marvel in the middle of the Namib Desert. Dinner and Overnight Sossusvlei (B,D)


Day 4

Walvisbay –  Swakopmund

After breakfast, we journey to the Atlantic Ocean via the Kuiseb Moon Valley’s barren, undulating hills. One of the most significant wetland habitats on the African continent and a RAMSAR world heritage site is the small lagoon in Walvisbay. The lagoon feeds more than 80% of the African flamingo population, and when they congregate in flocks of a few hundred thousand, they create an incredible sight. Arrival at Swakopmund; free time for the remainder of the day. Swakopmund is ideal for shopping, strolling along the sandy beaches, relaxing at a charming coffee shop, and taking walking tours. Dinner and Overnight  (B, D)

flamingos in Namibia

Day 5


As we continue north and inland, we enter Damaraland. We travel across Namibia’s tallest mountain, the Brandberg (2579 meters), before entering Damaraland, one of Africa’s least populated and most geologically different areas. The endangered Desert Elephant, the Black rhino, and various free-ranging antelope species call this rugged, rocky region home. We head to Twyfelfontein, a heritage site where over 2500 artworks were painted and etched by bushman groups over 6000 years ago! We visit the Organ Pipes and Burnt Mountain nearby. Dinner and overnight in the Damaraland region.

namibia desert

Day 6

Etosha National Park –   Petrified Forest


This morning, after breakfast, we drive to Etosha National Park, stopping at Petrified Forest on the way. Geological phenomena show how some of the world’s oldest landmasses formed and changed over time. Here, we also see the Welwitschia mirabilis plant, which is the oldest surviving desert plant
The Etosha Pan, a desiccated salt desert, is surrounded by the Etosha National Park, where we go on a wildlife drive in the late afternoon. Four of the Big Five—elephant, lion, leopard, and rhino—live in the park, and its waterholes are home to a wide variety of birds and mammals, including endangered species like the black-faced impala, cheetahs, roan, and Namibia’s tiniest antelope, the Damara Dik-Dik.
Dinner and Overnight Etosha (B,D)

wildlife in namibia

Day 7

Etosha National Park 

The game safari in the Etosha National Park will continue today. We may encounter animal species we did not see the day before and welcome any new discoveries at the various waterholes we visit.
Dinner and Overnight Etosha (B,D)

Day 8

Etosha National Park – Windhoek


After breakfast, we go on one last wildlife drive in Etosha National Park before continuing south to Windhoek, stopping at the capital city’s craft markets before being transported to our hotel.

Dinner and Overnight Windhoek (B,D)

zebras namibia

Day 9



Breakfast at hotel, check out, and transfer to Windhoek Int’l Airport for flight back to Johannesburg to connect with international flight back home (B)

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