Namibia is a country of extreme contrasts and it’s breathtaking beauty, abstract natural wonders and warm-hearted people make this a tour to remember forever.
The 3 night/4 day Etosha & Namib Coast Adventure Tour offers guests a glimpse of the wonders of the vast wilderness area. It includes an afternoon
game drive and one full day exploring Etosha National Park, a scenic drive through Damaraland and a few hours enjoying one of a selection of fun outdoor
activities that Swakopmund is renowned for.
Guests stay in accommodation in the Etosha National Park and Swakopmund that is specially chosen for its cleanliness, comfort and good service.
The guest lodges and tented safari camps are booked based on availability. Your booking agent will tell you where you’ll be staying once your booking is confirmed. Rooms are booked on a twin-share basis. Each room and safari tent is ensuite.
Linen or sleeping bags as well as bath towels are provided. Please bring your own swimming towels (recommend you bring more than 1 per person, especially in summer when you’re likely to swim more often). This is a semi-participation tour where your guide prepares your meals. Your help with light kitchen duties would be greatly appreciated; mainly because it’s a long day for your guide and the more hands helping, the better for our guides.
Guests travel to Etosha National Park, stopping at Otjiwarongo for a light packed lunch. Enter Etosha National Park through Anderson Gate.
Enjoy a leisurely drive through the Park on the look out for predators and unusual Etosha wildlife sightings.
Arrive at your accommodation in Etosha National Park as the sun is setting. The safari camp overlooks a floodlit waterhole so you should see some game and birdlife enjoying an evening drink.
Dinner is prepared by your guide and served under the stars around the camp firepit.
Includes: lunch pack and dinner
Early wake up for hot beverages and snack before departing for a sunrise game drive in Etosha National Park. Return to camp for breakfast and then head out again to spend more time exploring the vast wilderness region.
Return to your lodge for a picnic lunch and short break to freshen up. The afternoon is spent visiting the iconic Etosha Pan and continuing on a game drive in search of the Big 4. Arrive at Okaukuejo late afternoon and leave Etosha National Park as the sun is setting.
Guests stay at a tented safari camp on the outskirts of Etosha National Park. Dinner is prepared by your guide and served under the stars around a camp firepit.
Includes: breakfast, picnic lunch and dinner
Early wake up and sunrise breakfast. Depart at 7h40 and drive through the communal lands of Damaraland, stopping at the Ugab River Bridge to visit the beautiful Herero ladies who run a small arts and crafts centre.
Picnic lunch under the shadow of the Brandberg Mountain and a short visit from a Himba group who sell their wares to passing tourists. Your journey continues with a drive through the world-famous Namib Desert with a short stop at one of the many ghostly shipwrecks found on the Skeleton Coast.
Arrive late afternoon in the quaint seaside town of Swakopmund. Book into your accommodation and spend the last few hours of the day exploring this historic town on foot. For a much-needed drink, join the group for sundowners at a restaurant on the jetty overlooking the icy Atlantic Ocean.
Dinner is at any one of the excellent restaurants in town (for your own expense). Your guide will recommend the best ones in town.
Included: breakfast and picnic lunch
After a leisurely breakfast, join the group for one of the many optional activities on offer in Swakopmund. This could be quad biking, sand boarding, a dolphin cruise or a scenic flight along the Skeleton Coast spotting ancient shipwrecks.
A special treat is a trip to Walvis Bay to see the world-famous flamingoes in the lagoon, which is a protected RAMSAR birding site.
Please note: optional activities are for your own expense (not included in the tour rate)
The tour departs for Windhoek after lunch, with a brief stop at the Okahandja Wood Carving Market. Arrive in Windhoek late afternoon. You can be dropped off at your pre-booked accommodation in the city or at the Windhoek International Airport.
Includes: breakfast (lunch for your own expense)
This tour departs every Tuesday and returns on Friday. Collect from accommodation in Windhoek: 08h00 (within city limits)
Dropped off at overnight accommodation in Windhoek: between 16h00 and 17h00 (within city limits) Guests can be dropped off at the Windhoek International Airport if not staying overnight in Windhoek.
Please do NOT book flights out of Windhoek that departs before or close to 17h00.
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