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Namibia Indigenous Exclusive

Tour Details

This Tour goes to some of the popular and most visited places including:

Victoria Falls
Starting this intriguing venture off in Vic Falls to invigorate your natural senses is definitely the right way.

Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta
This day is jolted into motion with driving to Botswana making our way to the Chobe River. Botswana has a landscape defined by the Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta, which becomes a lush animal habitat during the seasonal floods.

Chobe National Park
Still idling away another day along the Chobe river offering adventurous Jeep as well as Boat Safaris offering you best views of Botswana’s Fauna and Flora with well-informed local guides.

Caprivi
Kongola is situated in the so-called Caprivi strip along the Trans Caprivi Highway the B8 at the Kwando River close to the Angolan border in the north and the Botswana border in the south.

Hakusembe
You will find this as a most welcoming stopover, especially after the long, dusty road – right on the bank of the Okavango River set among ancient acacia trees and manicured gardens. A Cultural Tour will be the highlight for the day visiting the Living Museum presenting ancient traditional culture known as the Ukumwe while local drummers and dancers perform for you during or after dinner.

Etosha National Park
To make the long stretch to Etosha more bearable we will be stopping over close to the eastern side of Etosha National Park. This sanction is located on its own private 4000-hectare nature reserve and shares a common border with Etosha National Park.

Opuwo – Himba
After nurturing your passion for Fauna and Flora you can reconnect with one of the most popular tribes in Namibia, The Himba tribe. Whilst the first day of stay will be utilised to revitalise and rest, the second day will be filled with excitement as you visit this intriguing tribe in their own surrounding and how they live.

Damaraland
To those who have a sharp sense of conservation and protection of endangered species this will be another highlight to be looking forward to. At the same time, you will be visiting the Damara tribe that lives amongst the desert-adapted Black rhino (Diceros bicornis bicornis), desert adapted elephants etc.

Swakopmund
To make the stretch to Swakopmund shorter and less stress-free we will take the day easy with a late lazy morning breakfast and heading out over the mountains and its endless landscapes and beautiful scenery making leisure pit stops as we go.

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Day 1,Victoria Falls

Starting this intriguing venture off in Vic Falls to invigorate your natural senses is definitely the right way. Victoria Falls presents a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River, forming the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
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Day 2,Okavango Delta

This day is jolted into motion with driving to Botswana making our way to the Chobe River. Botswana has a landscape defined by the Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta, which becomes a lush animal habitat during the seasonal floods.
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Day 3,Chobe

Still idling away another day along the Chobe river offering adventurous Jeep as well as Boat Safaris offering you best views of Botswana’s Fauna and Flora with well-informed local guides.
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Day 4,Kongola - Entrance to the Caprivi

Kongola is situated in the so-called Caprivi strip along the Trans Caprivi Highway the B8 at the Kwando River close to the Angolan border in the north and the Botswana border in the south.
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Day 5,Divundu

Divundu is a village on the south-eastern banks of the Okavango river in the Kavango East Region. It has a population of around 5430 inhabitants and is homestead of the local Mbukushu Kings.
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Day 6,Hakusembe

You will find this as a most welcoming stopover, especially after the long, dusty road – right on the bank of the Okavango River set among ancient acacia trees and manicured gardens.
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Day 7,Mokuti Stop-over

To make the long stretch to Etosha more bearable we will be stopping over close to the eastern side of Etosha National Park. This sanction is located on its own private 4000-hectare nature reserve and shares a common border with Etosha National Park.
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Day 8,Etosha

Having the advantage of arriving early at Etosha National Park you will have a full day for a Game Drive through Etosha.
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Day 9,Dolomite Camp

Dolomite Camp is located in western Etosha National Park, near the Dolomietpunt waterhole. Guests can now stopover here which will break up their journey through the park. It is set on a large ridge which offers superb views of the going's on of the plains below.
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Day 10 & 11,The Himba tribe

After nurturing your passion for Fauna and Flora you can reconnect with one of the most popular tribes in Namibia, The Himba tribe. Whilst the first day of stay will be utilised to revitalise and rest, the second day will be filled with excitement as you visit this intriguing tribe in their own surrounding and how they live.
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Day 12,Damaraland

To those who have a sharp sense of conservation and protection of endangered species this will be another highlight to be looking forward to. At the same time, you will be visiting the Damara tribe that lives amongst the desert-adapted Black rhino (Diceros bicornis bicornis), desert adapted elephants etc.
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Day 13,Full Day Damaraland Wildlife Excursion

With your open game viewer vehicle and experienced guide, you will discover the endless beauty and wide spaces of the Palmwag Concession. Apart from the stunning landscape, the Damaraland Wildlife Experience offers free roaming game species such as Mountain Zebra, Giraffe, Kudu, Oryx, Springbok, Ostrich, Jackal, Brown and Spotted Hyena, as well as the desert adapted Elephant, the endangered Black Rhino and Lion.
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Day 14,Swakopmund

To make the stretch to Swakopmund shorter and less stress-free we will take the day easy with a late lazy morning breakfast and heading out over the mountains and its endless landscapes and beautiful scenery making leisure pit stops as we go.

Day 14 & 15,Day excursions in Swakopmund

With all energies re-vitalised we will be having an early morning start heading to the coast of Namibia. After the inland heat this will be a refreshing cool break with different variety of activities to choose from.
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Day 16 &17,Sossusvlei

The day starts very early in the morning taking you along gateway to the sand dune desert and on to one of Namibia’s most popular and famous tourist attractions, the legendary dunes of Sossusvlei, a spectacular white pan surrounded by some of the highest sand dunes in the world.

Day 18,Head back to Windhoek

We head back to the capital of Namibia to wash of the dust and dirt and reminiscing on your Namibian adventure and holiday.
Our Tour Guides Our Tour guides are all born and bred Namibians, who hones in on their natural instincts of becoming one with nature. They know how to listen to the earth, instinctively feeling the nearness of an animal, smelling the air for rain and wind. Being from Namibia their cultural knowledge is impeccable, taking you closer than ever into the different cultural homes.
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Gorges Lodge

Gorges and Little Gorges is a mere 30 minute drive from Victoria Falls town and offers a unique Victoria Falls experience from a peaceful and idyllic base on the edge of the Batoka Gorge - a perfect choice for your Victoria Falls safari adventure!
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Chobe River Camp

Gaze over the flood plains and enjoy luxurious solitude on the banks of the Chobe River. Assuring extraordinary experiences, we offer 20 luxury tented chalets. The lodge was inspired by the natural beauty of the landscape and all chalets have been constructed using indigenous Mopane timber and canvas. This offers not only a stunning sight, but an environmentally conscious design.
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Namushaha River Lodge

Namushasha River Lodge celebrates the wonders of the Zambezi water world with accommodation fit for a king. There's a magic, a feeling or a charm that enraptures you in these northern realms. With elephants, hippos, myriad bird species, waterlilies and African bush, a visit to Namushasha provides an enriching adventure into Nature - to the accompaniment of the chiming of reed frogs, bird calls, hippo grunts and the soothing sound of a boat skimming through water.
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Hakusembe River Lodge

Entering Hakusembe River Lodge at the end of the winding gravel track, you are greeted with a refreshing image of green lawn, large trees, a collection of thatched chalets and a strip of sparkling river. Instantaneously the fresh balm of beauty soothes your weary soul. You have reached the verdant Hakusembe river oasis. A feeling of calm descends. And it remains present for the time of your visit.
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Mokuti Lodge

On the eastern doorstep of world-famous Etosha National Park, in the mopane woodland of the region, lies Mokuti Etosha Lodge, a flagship of Namibian safari hospitality. Charming thatched buildings in the classic safari style are nestled among vast indigenous gardens, lending credence to the name “Mokuti” which in Ovambo means “in the forest”.
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Etosha Safari Lodge

Join us at this stylish lodge overlooking a vast expanse of mopane woodland. Space is an attractive element at Etosha Safari Lodge with its lavish view, spacious deck- and dining-area and airy rooms with private verandas. It's the place to open doors to the mystery and magic of Etosha, 'Place of Legends'.
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Dolomite Camp

Dolomite Resort is located in a previously restricted scenic area in the western region of Etosha National Park, rich in biodiversity due to the absence of mainstream tourism. The dolomite formations in the area give the resort its name and provide a lush vista.
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Opuwo Country Lodge

Opuwo means “finished” or “up to here and no further” Opuwo is the gateway to Koakoland, the small town of Opuwo is the administrative hub of the Kunene Region.
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Palmwag Lodge

A paradise on the Uniab River in northwest Damaraland – a vacation opportunity with a difference. Waving palms whispering in the wind, spectacular surroundings which harbour the famous desert elephant, the rare dessert adapted black rhino, giraffe, zebra, gemsbok and many other wild animal species and sunsets to dream of. This is Palmwag Lodge, one of Namibia's oldest and most popular tourist destination.
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Twyfelfontein Country Lodge

A true landmark situated in the heart of one of the world’s most magnificent wilderness regions. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Twyfelfontein in Damaraland is home to one of the largest collections of rock-art engravings found in Southern Africa. Not only did the Khoi-San and tribes of ancient years leave us with a true cultural heritage, but the whole area is characterised by natural wonders such as Doros Crater, Burnt Mountain, Organ Pipes, Petrified Forest and desert adapted animals.
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The Delight Swakopmund

Amongst the town’s captivating contrasts and old traditions, Gondwana’s Delight is a fresh breeze in the desert. Conveniently located within short walking distance of the ‘Mole’, our modern, uplifting and inviting hotel is the ideal base for your stay.
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Namib Desert Lodge

Complementing the magnificence of a red sand sea, Namib Desert Lodge lies at the foot of ancient fossilised dunes. Make some space for wonder. A sunset or early morning drive through the red dunes exploring the sand masterpiece is breath-taking. Atop the ridge as the sand begins to glow deep rich sienna, a view of utter beauty is illuminated in gold, extending from the soft dunes around you to the green ribbon of riverine trees in the distance and the purple-blue mountains.

Namibia Indigenous Exclusive Tour

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