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17 Days / 16 Nights

17 Days Namibia All-Rounder Safari Tour (Lodging)

  • 17 Days / 16 Nights
  • Max People : 24
  • Min Age : 10+


Take the journey across Namibia’s contrasting landscapes, including dramatic canyons, towering dunes, and magnificent national parks in search of wildlife, and by night enjoy a sundowner in lodges located perfectly for exploring. This is a 16 Days Wildlife Namibia Lodge Safari tour where your experience will be walking,cultural visits, driving exploring the wildlife that reserves are sure to leave you with lasting memories. Namibia is one of Africa’s most spectacular destinations where you will enjoy inspiring and adventurous wildlife, Desert tours in Swakopmund, Game drives in an open vehicle, Visits to cultural buildings and places.


  • 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


  • 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

Payment Instructions

• Upon Booking a 10% non-refundable Deposit is required to Confirm booking of Tour/Activity/
Accommodation or Car Rental.
• Remaining 90% should be paid not later than 30 Days Prior to Departure.
• If tour is within 40 days or less prior to booking full payment is required.
• Your deposit can either be made through a Bank Transfer, Online Debit or Credit Card Payment.


Day 1: Windhoek To Kalahari 281.3km Accommodation: Kalahari Anib Lodge Gondwana Collection Namibia, Kalahari or Similar

Guest will be picked up at the airport and depart to Kalahari Namibia with the landscape which is characterised by a large semi-arid sandy savannah draped over a gently rolling inland sea of sand covering most of Botswana and large parts of Namibia and South Africa. It is also the last bastion of the indigenous San people with the modern world having enveloped all the other areas they once roamed. The Namibian portion is made up of red sands covered in thin, wispy, mostly golden grass and dotted with acacia trees and wide-ranging wildlife including gemsbok, impala, jackals and cheetah.

Meals: Dinner

Included Activity: Sundowner Game Drive

Day: 2-3: Kalahari to Fish River Lodge 356km ACCOMODATION: Fish River Lodge, / Similar Fish River Canyon

Guest rise early this morning and visit to Quiver Forest then drive to the edge of the Fish River Canyon which is carving out an epic rocky wonderland in the south of Namibia, the Fish River has created Africa’s largest and the world’s second-largest canyon. Hot, dry and stony, the Fish River Canyon measures a whopping 160 kilometres in length, at times 27 kilometres in width and 550 metres in depth after arrival guest will have leisure time around pool. The next morning guest will go on the drive around fish river canyon

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Included Activities: Day 2: Quiver Tree Forest day Visit

                                          Day 3: Fish River Canyon Drive

Optional Activity: Hiking Canyon

DAY 4: FISH RIVER to Aus 227km Accommodation: Klein-Aus Vista Desert Horse Inn Gondwana Collection Namibia, Aus/ similar

Guest will have breakfast and drive to Aus which serves as an excellent base from which to see the area’s major attraction: the feral horses of the Namib Desert, which run wild and free in the sparsely vegetated plains. The best place for viewings is at the water trough at Garub, which lies just twenty kilometres away from Aus

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Included Activity: Wild Horses Drive

Day 5– Aus to Namib Rand 435 km Accommodation: Namib Desert Lodge Gondwana Collection Namibia, Namib or Similar

Guest will have early breakfast and departs to Namib Desert area. The Namib Desert is the world’s oldest desert, and although it stretches along the entire length of Namibia’s coastline into southern Angola and even the northern Cape Province of South Africa, the Namib commonly refers to the vast sea of sand extending from Luderitz to Swakopmund. After arrival guest will have leisure time before going on a Night Walk with star Gazing


Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Included Activity: Night Walk with star Gazing

Optional Activity: Sundowner Drive

Day 6: Namib Desert to Swakopmund 402.6km Accommodation: Plaza Hotel, Swakopmund/ Similar

Guest depart to Swakopmund early morning at around 09:00 am from Namib Desert. It’s about 4.5 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

Included Activity: Living Desert Tour

Optional Activity: Boat cruse

Day 7 Swakopmund To Cape Cross 123.21 km Accommodation: Cape Cross Lodge, Cape Cross / Similar

After breakfast guest will depart to cape cross which is the historic area was landed on by the Portuguese in 1486, and they erected a stone cross here in honour of the Portuguese King, however, this cross was replaced by the German settlers in the 1800’s

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Included Activity: Seal Colony & Skeleton Coast explore


Day 8 Cape Cross To Palmwag 319.39km Accommodation: Palmwag Lodge Gondwana Collection Namibia, Palmwag / Similar

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.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Included Activity: Game Drive, Visit to Himba Tribe

Optional Activity: Rhino Tracking

Day 9-10 : Palmwag To Twyfelfontein 113.61 km Accommodation: Twyfelfontein Country Lodge, Twyfelfontein/ Similar

Guest will have breakfast and take off to Twyfelfontein.  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.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Included Activity: Damara living Museum, Rock engravings, Burn Mountain & Organ Pipes Geological Landscape & Desert Elephants

Day 11- Twyfelfontein To Etosha East 316.15km Accommodation: Dolomite Camp, Etosha West / Similar

Guest will have breakfast then depart to Etosha and go on an afternoon game drive in the afternoon. Situated in the western part of Etosha National park, a world-famous wildlife sanctuary in the northwestern part of Namibia, Etosha West is the wilder western region accessed through Galton Gate. 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 12- Dolomite Camp to Etosha Safari 278.41km Accomodation: Etosha Safari Lodge Gondwana Collection Namibia, Etosha South/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

DAY 13: ETOSHA TO Okonjima Nature Reserve 230km ACCOMODATION: Okonjima Lodge, Okonjima Nature Reserve/Similar

Today you head into one of the most beautiful desert regions in Namibia, The 22 000 hectare nature reserve is home to AfriCAT, a carnivore sanctuary, which gives the captive cats a second chance to be released back into the wild and become completely independent hunters in a protected area right in the middle of commercial cattle farmland
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
Included Activity: Game Drive Afternoon
Optional Activity: Rhino Tracking

Day 14-15: Okonjima to Erindi 162.69 km Accommodation: Erindi Old Traders Lodge, Erindi Game Reserve Similar

Guest will grab early breakfast and depart to Erindi which means the place of water boasts incredible lush scenery. Stretching over 79000 hectares, this natural wonderland features comfortable accommodation options and magnificent landscapes encompassing grasslands, savannah, and rugged mountains inhabited by an abundance of diverse wildlife. Upon arrival guest will go on an afternoon game drive and the next morning after breakfast go on Morning Game Drive. 


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Included Activities:  Day 1: Afternoon Game Drive

                                  Day 2: Morning Game drive

Day 16 Erindi To Windhoek 181.44kmAccommodation: The Weinberg Windhoek, Windhoek / Similar

After breakfast, grab your camera and take advantage of the morning light as they are driving back to Windhoek on the road. Windhoek is situated in Central Namibia, the cosmopolitan city of Windhoek serves as the capital of the country.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner


FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1.Is Kalahari African themed?

From custom-crafted artwork on the convention center walls to furniture in guest rooms, recorded music from the streets of Cape Town and original crafts for guest souvenirs, Kalahari has a passion for sharing the beauty of Africa with resort guests.

2.Who lives in the Kalahari Desert?

The Kalahari Desert is inhabited primarily by Bantu speakers and Khoisan-speaking San, with a small number of Europeans.

3.What language do they speak in Kalahari?

Nǁng is one of the indigenous languages of South Africa, part of the Tuu language family found in parts of the interior, and in neighbouring Botswana. It’s spoken primarily by the San – the first tribe of hunter gatherers in the area, also known as “Bushmen”.

4.How old is Kalahari?

As the Wisconsin Dells began to develop into today’s “Waterpark Capital of the World,” Nelson built the first Kalahari Resort in 2000 and the rest is history. May 2000 – Kalahari opens its first property in Wisconsin Dells.

5.How was the Kalahari formed?

According to NASA, these rocks were folded and faulted around one billion years ago by mountain-building forces similar to those currently raising the Himalayas. Over millions of years, erosion planed off the mountains and formed the low hills that we see in the Kalahari Desert today.

6.Is the Fish River Canyon the largest in the world?

The Fish River Canyon of southern Namibia is the second largest canyon in the World after the Grand Canyon of the USA. It consists of a northern upper and a southern lower canyon.

7.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.

8.What caused the Fish River Canyon?

The beginnings of the canyon started about 500 million years ago when a fracture of the earth’s crust resulted in the collapse of the valley bottom forming a broad valley running north–south. Southward-moving glaciers deepened it, with more faults and erosion adding to the effect.

9.What is the history of Aus?

The village’s name comes from the Khoekhoe for “big snake.” The village was formerly the site of a prisoner-of-war camp established by the South African army in 1915 to house German inmates captured during the First World War. The inmates initially lived in tents but later built brick houses.

10.What is special about Namib Desert?

Having endured arid or semi-arid conditions for roughly 55–80 million years, the Namib may be the oldest desert in the world and contains some of the world’s driest regions, with only western South America’s Atacama Desert to challenge it for age and aridity benchmarks.

11.Is the Namib Desert a hot or cold desert?

Namib is a vast cold coastal desert in southern Africa. The name has been derived from the world Nama which means “there is nothing”. The desert is arid and uninhabited barring a few scattered towns.

12.Can you swim in Namib Desert Sea?

Flowing up from the Antarctic, the Benguela Current carries frigid waters with strong currents, so Namibia’s beaches are not ideal for swimming, but the contrast of desert and water is certainly a sight to behold.

13.Why do tourists visit the Namib Desert?

This is thought to be the oldest desert in the world and has unforgettable terrain. It’s also home to a lot of wildlife – including some unique species – like the desert elephant. This desert has a diverse landscape as you cross it, and you’ll even see some greenery during the wet season.

14.Why is the Namib Desert red?

The red color is a coating of iron oxide, which becomes more prominent (redder) as the desert stretches farther inland from the coast. The sea of red is interrupted in areas by small areas of white.

15.Is it safe to walk in Swakopmund at night?

In Windhoek and Swakopmund, avoid walking through deserted streets and neighborhoods after dark. Ask your hotel or restaurant staff to arrange a taxi for you.

16.What is special about Swakopmund?

Swakopmund is a beach resort and characterized by German colonial architecture. The city was founded in 1892 as the main harbour for German South West Africa. Buildings in the city include the Altes Gefängnis, a prison designed by Heinrich Bause in 1909.

17.Is Swakopmund a town or city?

Swakopmund (German for “Mouth of the Swakop”) is a city on the coast of Namibia, 360 km west of Windhoek, Namibia’s capital. It is the capital of the Erongo administrative district. The town has 42,000 inhabitants and covers 193 square kilometres (75 sq mi) of land.

18.Can you drink tap water in Swakopmund?

The quality of tap water in Namibia is quite good and perfectly safe to drink. Many of the lodges in the more remote areas will make use of water from a borehole which is also safe and healthy to drink.

19.What is the historical significance of Cape Cross?

Cape Cross offers two highlights: Firstly a historical landmark where Diego Cão set foot on land in 1485 as the first european. Secondly a very large cape fur colony including deafening shouts und heavy smells.

20.How many seals does Cape Cross have?

Cape Cross Nature Reserve is the largest Cape fur seal colony in the world. During the breeding season in November and December, there may be up to 210 000 seals at Cape Cross.

21.How did Cape Cross get its name?

It is home to one of the largest Cape Fur Seal colonies in the world. It derives its name from the padrão (stone cross) that was initially erected by Diogo Cão in 1486.

22.What do seals eat in Namibia?

Distribution: The coastline of southern Africa and the complete coastal area of Namibia from the Orange River in the south to Kunene River in the north. Diet: Fish comprise of 90% of their diet, mainly sardine, anchovy, hake, gobies and horse mackerel. An adult Cape fur seal eats roughly 270kg of food a year.

23.In which region is Palmwag?

Palmwag is a tourism concession area on communal land in northern Namibia. It is located in the Kunene region, in northwestern Damaraland, halfway between Swakopmund and the Etosha National Park.

24.What is the meaning of area concession?

Concession Area means a space or privilege granted within or upon a premises that is used for the purpose of a subsidiary business or service

25.Where is Twyfelfontein located in Namibia?

Twyfelfontein is situated in the southern Kunene Region of Namibia, an area formerly known as Damaraland. The site lies on the banks of the Aba Huab River in the Huab valley of the Mount Etjo formation.

26.When was Twyfelfontein declared as a heritage site?

In 2007, the United Nations educational and cultural authority UNESCO declared Twyfelfontein a world heritage site. It was the first one in Namibia, followed a few years later by the Namib-Sand-Sea heritage site in the coastal Namib Desert.

27.Where can I see lions in Etosha?

Cheetahs and lions are regular visitors to these waterholes. Olifantsbad: Attractive Mopani veld situated between Gemsbokvlakte and Aus. Lion, large elephant herds, zebra, and various antelope such as springbok, black-faced impala, red hartebeest, kudu and gemsbok visit this water hole.

28.What is the closest town to Etosha National Park?

Etosha Village is only 2km from the Anderson Gate of Etosha National Park, Undoubtedly, you will find excellent accommodations, facilities and campsites at Etosha Village.

29.What time is the game drive in Etosha?

Morning drives to Etosha National Park commence at approximately sunrise, depending on gate opening times which vary during seasonal changes, and return around 12H30 /13H00.

30.Can you see the Big 5 in Etosha?

If your primary purpose for going on a safari is to see the majestic Big Five, Etosha National Park is a great choice, as four of the Big Five are present. Only the buffalo is absent, while lions and elephants are very commonly spotted.

31.How far is dolomite from Windhoek?

Driving from Windhoek the distance to Dolomite Camp is 590km. Take the B1 past Otjiwarongo 250 km, turn on the C38 towards Outjo, then on the C40 towards Kamanjab, then turn right on the C35 towards the Galton /Otjovazandu area – 340km. The journey is all on tar road except the last 45km inside Etosha Park.

32.What does erindi mean?

Erindi, meaning “place of water”, is a sustainable natural wonderland.

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