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14 DAYS NAMIBIA BEST EXPEREINCE (Camping)

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  • 14 Days / 13 Nights
  • Max People : 26
  • Min Age : 10+
  • Pickup: Airpot

Tour Details:

This affordable 14 Days Namibia Best Experience camping safari covers all of the top points of interest in Namibia, including the Fish River Canyon, the Etosha National Park, and Sossusvlei / Namib Nauklift Park. But also covers the far southern region. Then there is a bit of culture whereby you will be able to visit the Himba Tribe, San Tribe, and Damara Tribe. All meals will be prepared by our tour guide and we will provide all camping equipment including tents, pillows, sleeping bags, and all utensils. So all you need is your luggage and we are good to go!

Includes

  • Qualified Professional driver guide
  • Vehicle and fuel
  • Park entrance fees as per itinerary
  • Passenger liability 15% VAT 2% tourism levy
  • Airport Transfer
  • All Activities as Mentioned Included on itinerary.
  • Accommodation with Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • 24/7 assistance locally

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
  • Travel- and cancellation insurance
  • Tips for tour guides
  • Visa
  • International & National flights and airport taxes
  • Items not mentioned in the itinerary
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• Remaining 90% should be paid not later than 30 Days Prior to Departure.
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Itinerary

Day 1Bagatelle Kalahari Game Ranch Campsite, Kalahari Namibia (262.4km)

Welcome to Namibia! Depending on how late in the day you arrive, you may begin your journey south on the main highway. You will travel through the thin strip of the Kalahari Desert, which turns onto the eastern side of Namibia. If you arrive later in the day or evening, it is recommended not to drive past 11 pm in Windhoek. Instead, stay for the night in Windhoek, and begin your journey to the desert early in the morning.

Included activities

  • Night game drive

Optional activities

  • cheetah feedings, bush walks, horseback safaris and helicopter rides

Overnight & Bagatelle Kalahari Game Ranch Campsite

Basis

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

Day 2Canyon Roadhouse Campsite Gondwana Collection Namibia, Fish River Canyon (407.1km)

In the morning, you will drive through the town of Mariental which is an arid city just off the Hardap Dam. You will then head to Keetmanshoop. This is an old German town where you can grab some lunch. Take in the vast and beautiful views, and if you need to, fill your gas tank. Then, you will drive to the Mesosaurus Fossil Site and Quiver Tree Dolerite Park, which is a place where the past meets the present. The gorgeous rock formations all around speak of a lost time. You can embark on a hiking trail, along with a sun-downer drive alongside the Quiver trees, which are looked upon as living fossils, themselves. Once you have concluded your visit, you can head to Fish River Canyon. You will find several options for campsites. Choose one to settle into, and get comfortable, so you can enjoy your evening of camping in the wilderness.

Included activities

  • scenic chartered flights and nature drives

Optional activities

  • Horse riding and seasonal kayaking.

Overnight & Canyon Roadhouse Campsite

In the morning, you will drive through the town of Mariental which is an arid city just off the Hardap Dam. You will then head to Keetmanshoop. This is an old German town where you can grab some lunch. Take in the vast and beautiful views, and if you need to, fill your gas tank. Then, you will drive to the Mesosaurus Fossil Site and Quiver Tree Dolerite Park, which is a place where the past meets the present. The gorgeous rock formations all around speak of a lost time. You can embark on a hiking trail, along with a sun-downer drive alongside the Quiver trees, which are looked upon as living fossils, themselves. Once you have concluded your visit, you can head to Fish River Canyon. You will find several options for campsites. Choose one to settle into, and get comfortable, so you can enjoy your evening of camping in the wilderness.

Included activities

  • scenic chartered flights and nature drives

Optional activities

  • Horse riding and seasonal kayaking.

Overnight & Canyon Roadhouse Campsite

Basis

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

Day 3Timo's Guesthouse Accommodation, Luderitz (384.1km)

After your night of camping, it will be time to begin your drive towards Luderitz the town of unique geographical setting, pinkish sand dunes of the Namib Desert and colonial buildings boasting German art.

Included activities

  • Visit Kolmanskop, the Ghost Town in the desert, visit to big bay, Bogenfels and Pomona Tour

Overnight & Timo’s Guesthouse Accommodation

Basis

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

Day 4Desert Homestead Horse Trails, Sossusvlei (465.3km)

In the morning, you can enjoy some time in the desert town. One of the popular attractions in Aus is Namib’s feral horses, which are known as the world’s only wild horses that roam the deserts. Although there is a lot of debate surrounding how they arrived in Namibia, they are worth a visit. These scruffy and boney horses are easy to find on most of the nearby safaris, and you can likely spot them grazing on the side of the road. Then, you will hit the road, heading deep into the ancient southern Namib, traveling on small gravel roads and passing some tiny rural communities along the way. You will eventually reach Sossusvlei and its famed red dunes.

Included activities

  • Sundowner at Elim Dunes

Overnight & Desert Homestead Horse Trails

Basis

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

Day 5Sossus Oasis Campsite, Sesriem (36.2km)

Today and tomorrow, you’ll take part in an early morning excursion that travels along the path of the ancient Tsauchab River into the Namib Sand Sea. The adventure highlights the Sossusvlei Desert, including Dune 45 and Dead Vlei all surrounded by red dunes in the southern part of the Namib Desert.

Included activities

  • Sundowner Desert Drive, Night Walk with star Gazing

Optional activities

  • Scenic Flights over the dunes

Overnight & Sossus Oasis Campsite

Basis

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

Day 6Sossus Oasis Campsite, Sesriem

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.

Included activities

  • Sossusvlei Excursion ( Deadvlei, Big Daddy, Dune 45, Sossusvlei

Overnight & Sossus Oasis Campsite

Basis

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

Day 7Arebbusch Camping & Caravanning, Windhoek (314.6km)

Another day, you will do great activity in Windhoek is the Namibia Craft Center, a clean and safe covered market with dozens of independent vendors selling the work of thousands of artists around the country. You’ll find a range of items from African drums and woodcarvings, as well as elegant Swakara garments and Namibian gemstones. In addition to the stalls, there’s also a bookstore, an art gallery, and a popular café that focuses on local ingredients for breakfast and lunch. For dinner, you can choose between several cuisines.

Included activities

  • Visits to the museum

Overnight & Arebbusch Camping

Basis

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

Day 8Okonjima Plains Camp, Okonjima Nature Reserve (235.2km)

After breakfast at your lodge outside of Etosha National Park, you’ll make the drive south to the Okonjima Private Game Reserve (144 miles/232 km). This beautiful area is at the heart of Namibia and surrounded by the sandstone Omboroko Mountains. The landscape is home to an array of indigenous African wildlife and birds, which makes it the perfect place to take photos. Upon arrival at Okonjima, enjoy a relaxing lunch and then choose between guided activities in the game reserve offered by your camp.

Included activities

  • Game drives in search of elusive leopards and guided bush walks

Overnight & Okonjima Plains Camp

After breakfast at your lodge outside of Etosha National Park, you’ll make the drive south to the Okonjima Private Game Reserve (144 miles/232 km). This beautiful area is at the heart of Namibia and surrounded by the sandstone Omboroko Mountains. The landscape is home to an array of indigenous African wildlife and birds, which makes it the perfect place to take photos. Upon arrival at Okonjima, enjoy a relaxing lunch and then choose between guided activities in the game reserve offered by your camp.

Included activities

  • Game drives in search of elusive leopards and guided bush walks

Overnight & Okonjima Plains Camp

Basis

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

Day 9Namutoni Campsite, Etosha East (361.3km)

Etosha east Located in North-western Namibia, Etosha East is a protected sanctuary in the eastern part of the world-renowned Etosha National Park, known as one of the most accessible game reserves in Southern Africa. Etosha East boasts vast open plains scattered with semi-arid savannah grasslands dotted with watering holes and secluded bush camps. An impressive 5000-squarekilometer Etosha salt pan makes up a large area of the eastern side of the park and can even be seen from space. This remote area teems with abundant wildlife such as lions, elephants, black rhinos, and giraffes, as well as a variety of birdlife featuring flamingos, ostriches, eagles, hornbills, and owls.

Included activities

  • Game Drive

Overnight & Namutoni

Basis

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

Day 10Okaukuejo Camp, Etosha South (133.9km)

After breakfast, you’ll have the entire day to spend in Etosha National Park. Before you set out on your adventure, consult with your guide and an animal sightings book to determine the current movement of animals in the area to optimize your game-viewing experience. Detailed maps of the park are also available at each resort curio shop and filling station. In the heart of the park is the Etosha pan, meaning place of dry water, an extensive flat depression of about 3,107 square feet (947 m). This great white expanse is a place of shimmering mirages; seeing large herds of game in this setting makes Etosha a unique experience in Africa.

Included activities

  • Half day or full day Game Drive

Overnight & Okaukuejo Camp

Basis

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

Safari Touroka-restaurant

Day 11Palmwag Campsite Gondwana Collection Namibia, Palmwag (316.1km)

Guest will have breakfast and take off to Palmwag which is a nature reserve idyllically located along a palm-lined tributary of the Uniab River, halfway between Swakopmund and Etosha, providing an ideal base from which to see the sights of the Kunene region or embark on one of the many local hiking trails. Water is scarce in this area, so the river’s presence often lures elephants closer to the camps.

 Included activities

  • Game Drive

Optional activities

  • Visit to Himba Tribe

Overnight & Palmwag Campsite

Basis

Full Board – Dinner, Bed, Breakfast and Lunch

Day 12Madisa Campsite, Twyfelfontein (149.6km)

Twyfelfontein Set in the Kunene Region of northwestern Namibia, Twylfelfontein is a spectacularly scenic area, featuring one of the largest and most important concentrations of rock art in Africa. The name ‘Twyfelfontein’ translates to ‘Fountain of Doubt’, which refers to the perennial spring situated in the impressive Huab valley flanked by the slopes of a sandstone table mountain. It was this spring that attracted Stone Age hunters over six thousand years ago, and it was during this time that an extensive group of rock engravings and paintings were produced. Visitors can look forward to basing themselves at some wonderfully shady campsites along the Aba-Huab riverbed while exploring over thirty different sites of these sacred records of ritual practices relating to traditional hunter-gatherer communities.

Included activities

  • Damara living Museum, Rock engravings, Burn Mountain & Organ Pipes Geological Landscape & Desert Elephants

Overnight & Madisa Campsite

Basis

Full Board – Dinner, Bed, Breakfast and Lunch

Day 13Hotel Pension à la Mer, Swakopmund (280.7km)

Set along Namibia’s spectacularly scenic coast, the seaside town of Swakopmund is known for its wide-open avenues, colonial architecture, and is surrounded by otherworldly desert terrain. Founded in 1892 as the main harbor for German Southwest Africa, Swakopmund is often described as being more German than Germany. Now a seaside resort town, Swakopmund is the capital of the Skeleton Coast tourism area and has plenty to keep visitors happy. The quirky mix of German and Namibian influences, adventure options, laidback atmosphere, and cool sea breeze make it a very popular Namibian destination. Visitors can look forward to many exciting activities.

Included activities

  • Visit museum, quad biking, sand boarding and Aquarium

Optional activities

  • boat cruise, air balloon safari, World’s Oldest Desert, Sky diving & Desert living museum tour

Overnight & Hotel Pension à la Mer

Basis

D,BB- Dinner, Bed, Breakfast

Day 14:End of Itinerary

The last day of your Namibia trip. You will be brought back with a shuttle service to the airport.

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1.What is special about Kalahari?

Spanning over several countries, the Kalahari Desert offers safari experiences unlike any others in Africa. Each region provides a unique experience with excellent sightings of antelope species, big cats and incredible birdlife that have adapted to survive the harsh conditions.

2.Why Kalahari is called Kalahari?

Kalahari is derived from the Tswana word Kgala, meaning “the great thirst”, or Kgalagadi, meaning “a waterless place”; the Kalahari has vast areas covered by red sand without any permanent surface water.

3.Why visit the Kalahari Desert?

A Kalahari Desert holiday, however, offers travelers something completely unique. Stunning landscapes of red sand dunes, which can turn green during the summer months, fascinating plant life and wildlife and an insight into the lives of the San/Bushmen awaits those who choose to journey into the Kalahari.

4.Why is the Fish River Canyon important?

The Fish River Canyon, Africa’s answer to the Grand Canyon, is one of the best places in Namibia to stand in awe of the raw majesty of nature. Measuring 27km/17mi wide, 550m/1804ft deep, and 160km/99mi long, it’s the largest canyon on the continent and Namibia’s greatest geological wonder.

5.What is the description of the Fish River Canyon in Namibia?

The Fish River Canyon in Namibia is one of the largest canyons in Africa and in the world. The Fish River carved the canyon out of rock over millions of years. The Fish River Canyon is 1,000 to 2,300 feet (300 to 700 meters) deep and about 100 miles (160 kilometers) long.

6.Where does the Fish River Canyon start and end?

The enormous gorge meanders along a distance of approx. 160 kilometres through the fissured Koubis massif all the way down to Ai-Ais. The canyon starts near Seeheim, is 161 kilometres long and ends at Ai-Ais. Fish River is absolutely magnificent and breathtaking in its immensity.

7.Why is the Fish River important to Namibia?

Situated in a very arid region of Namibia, the Fish River is the only river within the country that usually has pools of water in its middle reaches during the dry season. Because of this, it was known to the peoples of the area during the early, middle and late Stone Ages.

8.What is Lüderitz known for?

Luderitz is known for great seafood – you can feast on fresh rock lobster, oysters and mussels. This coastal town in Namibia has unusual brightly painted German Art Deco architecture and interesting historical buildings to photograph and explore.

9.What is the history of Sesriem?

Sesriem canyon formed some 2 million years ago as the then mighty Tsauchab River cut its way through the sedimentary rocks creating a gorge with a depth of between 30 and 40m. It is a popular place to visit when traveling to Sossusvlei, one of the top destinations for a safari in Nambia.

10.How old is the Sesriem Canyon?

2 million years ago

11.Which region is Sesriem?

Sesriem is a small settlement in the Namib Desert, in the Hardap Region of Namibia, close to the southern end of the Naukluft Mountains.

12.What is the climate in Sesriem?

Located at an elevation of 784.76 meters (2574.67 feet) above sea level, Sesriem has a Subtropical desert climate (Classification: BWh). The district’s yearly temperature is 23.18ºC (73.72ºF) and it is -1.28% lower than Namibia’s averages.

13.How big is okonjima?

200square kilometres

14.Why is Windhoek famous?

Windhoek is the social, economic, political, and cultural centre of the country. Nearly every Namibian national enterprise, governmental body, educational and cultural institution is headquartered there. The city developed at the site of a permanent hot spring known to the local pastoral tribes.

15.How do you spend a day in Windhoek?

You can have a visit to the top Attractions in Windhoek, NamibRand Nature Reserve. 199. Nature & Wildlife Areas, Namibia Craft Centre. 363. Flea & Street Markets, Christuskirche, Daan Viljoen Nature Reserve, Karibu Safari. Scenic Drives, Avani Windhoek Hotel Casino. Casinos, National Museum of Namibia and Trans-Namib Railroad Museum.

16.Is it worth visiting Windhoek?

Windhoek is definitely worth a visit. The city has a rich history and culture, interesting nature experiences just outside its borders, and a diverse culinary scene.

17.What is unique about Windhoek?

Windhoek is one of the world’s major centres for the karakul sheep-skin trade. Windhoek has two traditional names: Otjomuise and /Ae //Gams. Windhoek’s name may be derived from the word “Winterhoek”, the the name of the mountains surrounding Tulbagh in South Africa.

18.Can you walk around Windhoek?

While the city is relatively clean and safe in comparison to other major cities, visitors are warned that Windhoek is very different to the rest of the country and one is advised to lock all valuables away in a safe and not to walk around the city centre with expensive items, such as cameras and cell phones, on display.

19.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

20.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.

21.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.

22.Will I need to bring a mattress or sleeping bag?

No, because we the company provide you with a mattress, pillow and sleeping bag if needed.

23.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.

24.Is the area Malaria-free?

Areas north of Windhoek pose a small risk of malaria, which increases during the wet season. However, the risk increases the further east you travel, i.e., the Zambezi region or Botswana or Zambia. The best way to prevent malaria is not to get bitten by wearing long sleeves/pants, putting on repellent and ensuring that your tent is zipped up to prevent mossies from getting into the tent. Please seek a specialist health centre’s advice or visit your doctor prior to your trip to give you up to date advice on prophylactics, but please be aware that this still does not give you 100% protection. Your doctor will also provide you with advice on other health requirements.

25.What should I pack for the trip

Sun protective clothing with an effective sunscreen and a wide-brimmed hat especially comfortable loose fitting items. Wherever you go take water at all times, cold days always turn into hot days

26.Is it safe to Camp?

Sleeping on-top a car gives you an added sense of security in the wilderness. Generally speaking, camping is safe, even on the non-fenced campsites. Most animals do not perceive tents as tents with people inside, but interpret them as large animals or objects, hence an attack is very unlikely. But because of the weather conditions we don’t really encourage our clients to camp at Swakopmund or Walvis Bay.

27.Is the toilets nearby?

Yes, Toilets are near the campsite

28.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

29.Where is Etosha National Park located?

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

30.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.

31.Why is Etosha National Park special?

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

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

May to August

33.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.

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