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Sample Itinerary - REF AFRICA 107

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One of the churches in Windhoek

Day 1: Windhoek

Welcome to Namibia! On arrival at Hosea Kutako International Airport in Namibia’s capital, Windhoek, you will be met and transferred to your accommodation. Your guide will meet you at the lodge and we then embark on a short orientation tour of Windhoek. The evening is spent at leisure.

Clock Tower in Windhoek city centre

Day 2: Windhoek - Outjo

We head north to Outjo in the Kunene Region. Set between low hills on the brink of the Ugab valley, Oujo is the gateway to Etosha National Park. This afternoon this is the option to visit a Cheetah Farm in the area (payable locally).

Day 3: Outjo - Etosha N.P.

Today we travel to Namibia’s well-known highlight of the North – Etosha National Park. After arrival we go on our first game drive through the park hopefully spotting a variety of wildlife. Etosha Game park was declared a National Park in 1907, it is home to approx 114 mammal species, 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species and, surprisingly, one species of fish.

Desert elephant of Namibia

Day 4: Etosha N.P.

We’ll spend as much time as possible driving through the ‘Great White Place’ (translation for Etosha) trying to get closer to some of the Big Five. The resort also offers fabulous floodlit waterholes, which provide excellent game viewing at night.

Zebras in Etosha before the rains

Day 5: Etosha N.P. - Damaraland

We leave the wild animals behind at Etosha and move onto the spectacular scenery of Damaraland. On our way we visit the Petrified Forest and views ancient bushman’s rock carvings and fascinating geological phenomena.

Day 6: Damaraland - Swakopmund

Today we travel to Swakopmund. Here you can choose to take part in a few of the many optional activities that are offered in Swakopmund such as quad biking, sand boarding or sky diving in the afternoon. Of course you could also just go out and enjoy the little German coastal town and explore its beauty, beaches and charm. This evening you can enjoy a typical Namibian meal in one of the many restaurants.

German influence in Swakopmund

Day 7: Swakopmund - Sesriem

An early morning start takes us from Swakopmund south through Walvis Bay on our way to Sesriem and the Namib Naukluft National Park.

Quiver tree, Namibia

Day 8: Sesriem

We visit the world’s highest sand dunes at Sossusvlei where there is the option to take the shuttle into the dunes (payable locally). At sunrise the red dunes at heights of over 300m are spectacular.

Heading for the top of Dune 45

Day 9: Sesriem - Windhoek

We leave the desert behind us and travel back to Windhoek. This will be a long day but driving through beautiful countryside and taking short stops in-between, will compensate for that. In the evening we’ll arrive back in civilization in Windhoek and enjoy a hearty meal in one of the many restaurants (own expense) and celebrate our last evening of the tour.

Statue in Windhoek Park

Day 10: Windhoek

We enjoy our final breakfast together. You will be transferred to Windhoek Airport in time for your onward journey.

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German influence on the architecture in Swakopmund

Swakopmund

Founded in 1892 during the German colonial rule, the distinct colonial character has been well preserved. Swakopmund has several excellent ...


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