Namibia Fly In Safari - 8 Days


The best way to really appreciate any part of the world is to see it from the air. This 8 day flying safari takes you on a private plane to some of Namibia's most spectacular sights including Sossusvlei, Etosha, Damaraland and Swakopmund!

Day 1: Windhoek
Upon arrival into Windhoek airport you will be met and transferred to your private aircraft. This plane is now solely yours for the next 8 days as your pilot flies you around some of Namibia's best sights. Your first flight takes you across the desert into Sesriem where you will spend your first night. This rest of the day is at leisure for you to relax by the pool and begin acclimatising to the Namibian weather. Overnight - Sesriem (D)
Day 2: Sesriem
This morning take a guided tour of Sossusvlei, quite possibly the most iconic area of Namibia due to its spectacular landscape. your knowledgable guide will show you the hidden treasures of the desert including Deadvlei and the Sesriem Canyon. This afternoon is at leisure for you to enjoy some optional activities or to just relax and enjoy your incredible surroundings. Overnight - Sesriem (B, D)
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Lighthouse in Namibia's coastal town of Swakopmund
Day 3: Swakopmund
After breakfast take a scenic flight over the orange desert towards Swakopmund - Namibia's adrenalin capital! You will head to the coast passing over the many diamond camps, the inhospitable rugged coastline containing a number of shipwrecks before flying over Sandwich Harbour.

Swakopmund, on Namibia’s rugged Skeleton Coast is a popular coastal town with a distinct German feel, its beautiful colonial architecture, stands in stark contrast to the surrounding Namib Desert. As well as a pristine beach, Swakopmund has excellent restaurants, bars and shops, and has fast become the adventure capital of Namibia - quad biking, sky diving, deep sea fishing and dune boarding are just a few of the activities on offer. Overnight - Swakopmund (B, D)
Damaraland's famous craggy rocks
Days 4 - 5: Walvis Bay & Damaraland
The morning of day 4 transfer to Walvis Bay in time for a fun filled Marine Cruise. Here you will go on open ski boats into the Walvis Bay harbour area, visit the oyster platforms and the seal colony at pelican point. Experience wild seals being hand fed and maybe have the opportunity to see dolphins as well. A light lunch with fresh oysters and sparkling wine is served before you return to the harbour. Later on, return to the aircraft for a scenic flight to Damaraland. The rest of the day and the whole of day 5 is spent exploring the Twyfelfontein area famous for it's incredible bushman paintings and a possible sighting of the ever elusive desert elephant.

Damaraland is wild and rugged with incredible geological formations, towering mountains and the incredible Petrified Forest with its ancient uprooted blackened trees. Northern Damaraland is wonderful for game viewing, with its unique desert adapted black rhinos and elephants. In the south, iconic Gross Spitzkoppe and Brandberg mountains are home to a wealth of ancient rock art, although it is Twyfelfontein which has the most extensive and impressive rock art collection in Africa, with approximately 2500 Bushmen rock engravings and paintings dating back to 1000 AD. Overnight - Damaraland (B:2, L:1, D:2)
Etosha National Park - a wildlife wonderland
Days 6 - 7: Etosha N.P.
On the morning of day 6 fly to a private game reserve that borders Etosha National Park where you will spend the next 2 days on game drives in Namibia's most famous park.

Established in 1907, Etosha was Namibia’s first conservation area and it’s one of the world’s finest game parks, home to many rare and endangered species. The Etosha Pan dominates the park which is usually dry, but fills with water briefly in the summer months, attracting pelicans and flamingos in particular. Periannual springs attract a variety of game and birds throughout the year, including the endangered black rhino and the endemic black face impala. A San legend about the formation of the Etosha Pan tells of how a village was raided and everyone but the women slaughtered. One woman was so upset about the death of her family she cried until her tears formed a massive lake. When the lake dried up nothing was left apart from a huge white pan.

In the evening the floodlit waterholes are always teeming with the park's diverse inhabitants from rhino and elephant to giraffe, oryx, springbok, warthog and zebra. You may even be lucky enough to catch sight of lions who sometimes come down to the waterholes to drink. Overnight - Etosha N.P. (B:2, L:2, D:2)
Windhoek - Namibia's capital city
Day 8: Windhoek
Depending on your international flight time, enjoy a final morning game drive before your private flight to Windhoek International Airport where you bid goodbye to your guide. (B)

Style of Travel

This is a fully escorted private fly-in safari which means that you will be travelling onboard your own private aircraft. The Pilot is an experienced, knowledgeable and qualified Safari Guide that will guide and provide information throughout the trip, both in the air and on the ground during excursion and activities. Full intercom headsets/PA system is provided in the aircraft so that the Guide can communicate with you during flights from lodge to lodge, showing landmarks and sharing his knowledge about the country. Where applicable the routing follows scenic landscape and other highlights so as to provide a complete experience, both from the skies and on the ground. The pilot/guide will always accompany you on excursions or game drives. The aircraft stays with you for the duration of the safari, providing additional evacuation possibilities or change in safari plans upon your request. With this style of travel, you can also enjoy more flexibility with regards to departure and arrival times as flights are non scheduled and no fixed departure times.
Tour Details
  • Starts in: Windhoek / Ends in: Windhoek
  • Departs: Any day of the year
  • No local payment required
  • Breakfast:7, Lunch: 3, Dinner: 7
  • Hotel Rating: Standard or superior (dependent upon your chosen itinerary)
  • Tour Guide: Yes
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