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10 Days Namibia Wilderness & Landscape Safari (Lodging)

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  • 10 Days / 9 Nights
  • Max People : 26
  • Jan 18’ - Dec 21'
  • Min Age : 10+
  • Pickup: Airpot

Tour Details:

This 10-day in Namibia, starts and ends in Windhoek in Namibia. This is to visit around the main highlights that Namibia has to offer in Africa. In just 10 days and 9 nights we would never be able to fit in everything you wanted to see but you will see the main most attractions. You will spend time amongst the ancient dunes in Sossusvlei, go back in time with the coastal time of Swakopmund. Experience the vast landscapes of Otjiwarongo and exceptional game viewing at the world-famous Etosha National Park.

Includes

  • Qualified professional driver-guide
  • Vehicle / fuel
  • Park entrance fees as per itinerary
  • Passenger liability 15%
  • VAT 2% tourism levy
  • Airport transfers
  • Accommodation
  • Breakfast and Dinner for the Client

Excludes

  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Entrance fees not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Meals not mentioned
  • Drinks at lodges and on road
  • Optional excursions and activities
  • Tips for tour guides
  • International flights and airport taxes
  • Items not mentioned in the itinerary
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Itinerary

Day 1: Airport to Windhoek 7.6kmAccommodation: Desert Camp/ Agama Lodge, Sesriem or Similar

Guest will be picked up at the airport and depart to Sossusvlei area. Along the way clients will stop at Rehoboth where the guide will buy snacks for 45minutes and this is an opportunity for guest to get some snacks and drinks for the road.

Guest can lunch at 12h00-13h00 along the road by a rest place. After arrival guest will have leisure time before going on a Sundowner drive to Elim dune around 17h30 or 18h00.

Meals: Dinner

Included Activity: Sundowner at Elim Dune

Day 2 – Sossuvlei / Sesriem Area Accommodation: Desert Camp/ Agama Lodge, Sesriem or Similar

Guest will wake up and have breakfast before going into the park for Sossuvlei Excursion which includes Dune 45, Deadvlei, Hiddenvlei, and Big Daddy. The tour guide will have regular stops to let clients take pictures and have some exposure of the Dunes. Guest will be back around lunch time and will have some leisure time for themselves at the pool.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Included Activity: Sossuvlei Excursion ( Deadvlei,Dune 45,Big Daddy,Sesriem Canyon, Hiddenvlei, )

Overnight: Desert Camp View iBrochure

Alternate: Agama Lodge View iBrochure

Day 3-4: Sossusvlei to Swakopmund (402.6km) Accommodation: Atlantic Villa , Swakopmund / Similar

Guest depart to Swakopmund early morning at around 09:00 am from Sossusvlei. It’s about 5 hours’ drive to Swakopmund. Once clients have arrived in Walvis Bay they will buy lunch and depart to Swakopmund, When Clients arrive in Swakopmund they will check in and taken by the guide for their activity (Quad biking and Sandboard) which is about a 2-hour activity. After the activity clients will go freshen up for dinner at a Restaurant.

Meals: Breakfast

 Activities Included: First Day: 3-Hour Quad Biking and Sand-Boarding, Second Day:  Museum & Township Tour                             

Optional Excluded activities: Living Dunes Experience from Swakopmund ; Scenic Desert Tour, Sky diving

Overnight: Atlantic Villa    View iBrochure

Day 5 Swakopmund To Spitzkoppe 155.20kmAccommodation: Spitzkoppe Tented Campsites/ Similar

After breakfast, grab your camera and take advantage of the morning to travel. This beautiful area is a hikers’ and rock climbers’ paradise and the view from the top of the peaks is an incredible reward for the effort to get there. For history buffs, organized guided walks are available where a guide will take you to view some of the numerous rock art sites, explaining the stories captured in the ancient drawings.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Included Activity: Rock Climbing,Rock Paintings & Star Gazing

Optional Day tour: Cape Cross Seal Colony day visit,

Overnight: Spitzkoppe Tented Camp and Campsites

Day 6 Spitzkoppe To Twyfelfontein 234.8 kmAccommodation: Twyfelfontein Country Lodge,/ Similar

Guest will have breakfast and take off to Damaraland by which the major attractions that are sacred in Spitzkoppe, the Brandberg, Twyfelfontein, Vingerklip and the otherworldly Petrified Forest. Visitors can take in the dramatic vistas, catch a glimpse of the rare desert-adapted elephant, and enjoy spectacular stargazing in crystal-clear night skies from one of the many safari camps dotting Damaraland. 

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Included Activity: Living Museum of the Damara Tribe,White Lady Paintings

Overnight: Twyfelfontein Country Lodge       View iBrochure

Day 7- Twyfelfontein to Etosha National Park 505 kmAccommodation: Halali Resort, Etosha National Park / Similar

Clients are pick up in the Morning at 09:00 am and depart to Etosha and on arrival clients will get lunch and after Lunch, if time permits, enter Etosha for an afternoon game drive. Depending on how often you stop today, on entering the park, the first stop would be Okaukuejo where you pay your entry fee and I suggest you pop in at the local shop to purchase some drinks and snacks and most importantly, a map of Etosha which will show you all the waterholes along the way. Etosha has lions, giraffes, rhinos, zebras, springbok and elephants. This on top of many lesser and common plains herds, and abundant birds makes game viewing in Etosha.

 

Meals included: Breakfast and Dinner

Included Activities: Afternoon Game Drive

Day 8- Etosha National Park Area Accommodation: Halali Resort, Etosha National Park /Similar

Clients will take early breakfast and then go on the Full day game drive and around 12h00 -13h00 clients will have lunch inside the park and continue with the game drive up till the afternoon and after the game drive guest will have leisure time to enjoy the atmosphere before dinner.

 

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Included Activity: Full day Game Drive

Overnight: Halali Resort  

Day 9: Etosha To Waterberg 304.3 kmAccommodation: Waterberg Plateau Lodge, Waterberg Plateau National Park/Similar

Clients will grab early breakfast and depart to Waterberg in north central Namibia and named for the springs that emanate from its foothills, the Waterberg Plateau National Park is a fascinating geological site featuring compressed sandstone crags, 200 million-year-old dinosaur footprints, and petrified sand dunes. The area’s natural water sources make it far more fertile than its environs, and the park is blessed with a plethora of plant and animal species, including leopards, rhinoceros, vultures, cheetahs, bush babies, ferns and fig trees.

 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Included Activities: Tracking Rhinos-Game Drive

Overnight: Waterberg Plateau Lodge  

Day 10: Waterberg to Windhoek Airport 304.7 km

Clients will refresh in the morning and depart after breakfast to the Airport.

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1.How big is Etosha National Park?

Etosha National Park spans an area of 22,270 square kilometres (8,600 square miles). The Etosha pan, which covers an area of 4,769 square kilometres (1,840 square miles) is 23% of the total area of Etosha National Park

2.Where is Etosha National Park located?

The massive Etosha National Park is located in northwestern Namibia, in the country’s Kunene region.

3.Is Etosha malaria free?

Travelers planning on visiting Etosha in the winter months have one less thing to worry about: the park is entirely malaria-free during the dry season, when mosquitos are unable to breed. However, in the wetter months from November to June, travelers are encouraged to take anti-malaria medication. The risk of contracting malaria in Etosha, though, is incredibly slim.

4.What is the Etosha pan?

The largest salt pan in Africa, the Etosha Pan is a dry lakebed that can be seen from space. Believed to have been formed 100 million years ago, some of the park’s wildlife use the pan as a salt lick in the dry season, and migrating flamingos flock to the area during particularly rainy wet seasons.

5.Why is Etosha National Park special?

It shows some of the most common and rarest wildlife species.

6.What is the best time of year to visit Etosha National Park?

May to August

7.What should I wear to Etosha National Park?

Sun protective clothing with an effective sunscreen and a wide-brimmed hat. The sun on the white sand also makes sunglasses useful to combat the glare while looking for wildlife and birds. Binoculars Are An Etosha Game-Viewing Essential: The best game-viewing happens with the help of high-quality binoculars.

8.What is Damaraland known for?

The breath-taking mountainous region of Damaraland is home to an assortment of desert-adapted wildlife such as elephant, rhino, zebra and lion, which eke out an existence in this near-barren landscape.

9.Where is the Damaraland?

Damaraland is part of the Kunene Region in the north-west of Namibia and is located between the Brandberg and the little village of Sesfontein.

10.Why visit Damaraland?

The Damaraland is an area of geological wonder, ancient rock art and beautiful, wild landscapes. It’s also home to one of Africa’s largest populations of free-roaming black rhinos and Namibia’s famous desert elephants.

11.Are the roads in good condition when traveling to Swakopmund?

Generally, they are in excellent condition. Most of the roads and towns are well signposted. Major roads are tarred; the rest are gravel.4

12.How would you describe Swakopmund?

“Timeless” is the word most often used to describe Swakopmund, a historic German colonial era town that is a favourite holiday destination for both locals and visitors.

13.Why visit Swakopmund Namibia?

Swakopmund is a perfect base for exploring the coast, from taking boat and kayaking trips from Walvis Bay to spot the abundant marine life of the Atlantic Ocean to going birdwatching at Sandwich Harbour further south.

14.Should I expect changes to the issued itinerary?

Yes, there are factors beyond our control mostly with accommodations either they are fully booked and we now need to look for a substituted which means that the itinerary may change, and each tour operator reserves the right to do this. Generally, these changes are minor, and we will do our best to advice clients.

15.Is Damaraland a desert?

Damaraland is a desert region with less than 100 mm of rain annually, the whole area can become green and lush with grasslands during the March to May rainy season turning the whole area into a scenic highlight.

16.What is the climate in Damaraland?

Damaraland has a harsh, semi-desert climate. Daytime temperatures can spike to well above 38°C/100°F during summer (November to April), with winter nights falling below freezing (October to April). The Wet season occurs during summer

17.I would like to see the Himba people when I am in Namibia - Where and how can I do this?

The Himba people mainly live in the North-West part of Namibia. Please remember when you visit the tribes to show respect to them and their cultures and views. They are also changing to the environment they live in today, so do not be surprised to see them in modern clothing or occasionally clutching a cell phone! Please also be aware that whilst we endeavour to arrange walks and meetings with the tribes, they choose what and when they wish to do things, which can occasionally be out of our control.

18.Why is it called Brandberg?

Brandberg means “Fire Mountain” in German and the local Afrikaans, a literal translation of the tribal Damara name, Dâures.

19.How old is Brandberg Mountain?

Over 120 million years ago, a single mass of granite punched through the Earth’s crust and intruded into the heart of the Namib Desert in what is now northern Namibia.

20.Where is Waterberg located?

Waterberg Plateau Park is a national park in central Namibia encompassing the Waterberg Plateau, 68km east of the town of Otjiwarongo.

21.What is Waterberg known for?

The Waterberg area is well known for its archaeological finds dating to the Stone Age as well as evolutionary finds related to the origin of humans. There are also ruins of several Iron Age settlements and Bushmen rock paintings at Lapalala within the Waterberg.

22.How high is Waterberg Plateau?

The Waterberg Plateau rises up out of the surrounding Namibian savannah while its brick-red magnificence looms towards the heavens, reaching a height of 420m. Mother Nature’s castle walls in the form of the plateau’s rock-face have created a flourishing sanctuary for fauna and flora in the area.

23.What are the habitat characteristics of Waterberg Plateau National Park?

The habitat is open grassland, savanna woodland, some springs that support lush vegetation and rocky cliffs that attract various raptors. A must-see target bird is Rüppell’s Parrot. A small population of Violet Woodhoopoe is also present, mainly around permanent water.

24.What wild animals live in Waterberg?

Baboons live on the rocks around the plateau, the dense bush on the slopes is inhabited by Damara Dik-Dik (the smallest antelope species), klipspringer, kudu and leopard. The tree and shrub savannah of the plain below is home to giraffe, eland, oryx antelope and hartebeest, impala, blue wildebeest, zebra and springbok.

25.What is the history of the Waterberg?

Humans have been living at the Waterberg since prehistoric times because of the springs and game they found here. Explorers Francis Galton and Charles Andersson, who were the first Europeans to venture into the area in 1851, encountered San (Bushmen) and Damara.

26.What is an interesting fact about Waterberg Mountain?

Waterberg Mountain Range, over 1 800 million years old and one of the oldest mountain ranges on the planet and believed to be the original home of the San based on rock painting evidence, also contributes to a major water catchment area

27.What are the things you can do at Waterberg

The numerous activities offered in the area includes guided bush walks, game drives, farm tours, bird watching, riding safaris, cattle mustering, fishing, hunting, river boat cruises, hiking, 4×4 and mountain bike trails.

28.What is Spitzkoppe known for?

The Spitzkoppe mountain range’s granite is dated at more than 700 million years old. The mountain’s distinctive shape has earned it the nickname the Matterhorn of Namibia. Made up of a number of large distinctive peaks that jut up in different areas on the landscape, the main peak is known as Gross Spitzkoppe.

29.Where is the Spitzkoppe?

Rising out of the plains just north of the main road between Swakopmund and Windhoek and west of Usakos lies the Spitzkoppe, one of Namibia’s if not the world’s most striking rock spires.

30.What animals are in Spitzkoppe?

Despite its desolate environment, the Spitzkoppe is alive with over 200 species of birds including the Herero chat, rosy-faced lovebird, dusky sunbird, booted eagle and Augur buzzard. Wildlife includes bat-eared fox, oryx, aardwolf, dassies and mountain zebra.

31.What is the history of Spitzkoppe Namibia?

The age of the mountain is more than 700 million years. In 1946 the Spitzkoppe was first climbed from its western face. Ever since then the mountain remained popular for Namibian and foreign climbers. The Spitzkoppe rises about 1784 meters (5857 feet) above the flat surrounding plain.

32.How high is Spitzkoppe Namibia?

The Spitzkoppe is one of the most photographed mountain motifs of Namibia. This inselberg surmounts its surrounding by 700 metres with an overall height of 1728 m above sea level.

33.How long does it take to climb Spitzkoppe?

Hiking at Spitzkoppe

The Matterhorn Route which takes up to 8 hours and is suitable for very fit, experienced climbers only. Although the Bushman Circle Route takes 7 hours to complete, it is the least strenuous.

34.What is the closest town to Spitzkoppe?

It is located in the Namib Desert, between Swakopmund and Usakos, which is also the nearest town

35.Is Spitzkoppe worth it?

Spitzkoppe, Namibia, is a beautiful park of large rock formations in the middle of a long empty desert, named for the incredible mountain that dominates it. As we made our way south from Etosha National Park, this place was a must for us. It was hard to miss, as we could see it from over a hundred kilometers away.

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