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Sossusvlei Tour

Tour Details

This Tour will take you to some of the most visited and popular tourist destination in Namibia including:

Waterberg Plateau Park
Rising as an island of colour some 200 metres above the surrounding African bush and savannah, the Waterberg Plateau, with its flamboyant brick-red sandstone formations and lush green vegetation, is without a doubt the main draw card of the region.

Etosha National Park
Full Etosha tour will give you the chance the explore one of the largest game reserves in Africa. Etosha owes it unique landscape to the Etosha Pan, a vast, shallow, chalk-white depression of approximately 4800 square km that forms the heart of the park.

Damaraland
This day we will head to Damaraland where a Day excursion to the Petrified Forest is planned. Millions of years ago a cataclysmic event deposited giant tree trunks that subsequently turned to stone. Today the Namib’s living fossil plant, Welwitschia Mirabilis, grows among these prostrate fossilised trunks.

Swakopmund
To make our journey to the coastal town of Swakopmund more durable, we will be making a short pit stop in a small town called Omaruru for lunch. Upon arrival in Swakopmund the visitors will have the day to rest and have leisure time.

Sesriem
The day start 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.

Sossusvlei
Well rested after a relaxed night, you will be ready to explore Sossusvlei with a Day excursion taking you closer to the animal life with the likes of ostriches, springbok and gemsbok, not forgetting the mountain zebra, klipspringers and baboons frequenting the canyons of the Swakop and Kuiseb rives.

 

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Day 1,Windhoek

Windhoek makes a great place to begin or break a journey through Namibia or rest at journey’s end. The accommodation choices, food variety, cultural sights, shopping and African urban buzz give it an edge not found anywhere in Namibia. Guests are welcomed at the airport by us and brought to their accommodation to have a good rest and some time to adapt to our climate.
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Day 2,Okakarara

Morning is started off early with a city tour around Windhoek visiting historical buildings and some craft centres before we head towards Okakarara, a small town located some 50km of Waterberg National Park where we will spend the night to be able to venture out early next day.
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Day 3,Waterberg Plateau Park

Rising as an island of colour some 200 metres above the surrounding African bush and savannah, the Waterberg Plateau, with its flamboyant brick-red sandstone formations and lush green vegetation, is without a doubt the main draw card of the region. The 405.39 square km Waterberg Plateau Park was proclaimed in 1972 as a reserve for endangered and protected species. It is home to some 25 game and over 200 bird species. Rate species such a s roan and sable antelope. Cape Buffalo and tsessebe occur in large numbers. Species such as black and white rhino are also firmly established on the plateau. Dinosaur tracks embedded in sandstone can be seen on the top of the plateau. On the site of the historic Battle of Waterberg, a graveyard serves as a reminder of a turbulent period in the history. Schutztruppe (German soldiers) who died in the battle fought between the Herero and German colonial forces in 1904 are buried here.
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Day 4,Outjo

We head out early morning to make a stop-over in Outjo for some shopping and visits to the banks before we take the long stretch to Etosha National Park where we will spend the first day relaxing.
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Day 5,Full Etosha tour

Full Etosha tour will give you the chance the explore one of the largest game reserves in Africa. Etosha owes it unique landscape to the Etosha Pan, a vast, shallow, chalk-white depression of approximately 5000 square km that forms the heart of the park. Once a large inland lake fed by rivers from the north and east, it dried up 120 million years ago as continental drift changed the slop of the land and the course of the tributaries. A series of waterholes along the southern edge of the pan guarantee rewarding and often spectacular game viewing. Of the 114 mammal species found in the park, several are rare and endangered, such as the black rhino and cheetah. Other large mammals in the park include elephant, giraffe, blue wildebeest, mountain and plains zebra, hyena and lion. Antelope species are to be seen in abundance as well. For the greater part of the year (the dry season) Etosha’s animals and birds are dependent on about 30 springs and waterholes. These provide excellent game viewing and photographic opportunities.
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Day 6,Damaraland

This day we will head to Damaraland where a Day excursion to the Petrified Forest is planned. Millions of years ago a cataclysmic event deposited giant tree trunks that subsequently turned to stone. Today the Namib’s living fossil plant, Welwitschia Mirabilis, grows among these prostrate fossilised trunks. From the glorious rock formations of Spitzkoppe, Erongo and the Brandberg in the south the equally glorious red-rock, wild-desert mountains around Palmwag in the north. Damaraland is one of Namibia’s most dramatic collections of Landscapes. Hidden in the rocky clefts is Twyfelfontein, which along with the Brandberg contains some of Southern Africa’s finest prehistoric rock art and engravings, and there’s even a petrified forest nearby, as well as oasis like valleys. Damaraland is also one of Southern Africa’s most underrated wildlife-watching areas. One of Namibia’s last unofficial wildlife regions. Its home to critically endangered black rhino, desert-adapted lions and elephants as well as the full range of Namibia specialities such as gemsbok zebra giraffe and spotted hyena
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Day 7,Swakopmund

To make our journey to the coastal town of Swakopmund more durable, we will be making a short pit stop in a small town called Omaruru for lunch. Upon arrival in Swakopmund the visitors will have the day to rest and have leisure time. Swakopmund is much-loved by Namibians as a welcome respite from the heat of the interior. It is also popular among visitors because of its old-world charm and relaxed atmosphere. Founded in 1892 during German colonial rule, it served as the territory’s main harbour for many years. It has a wide choice of hotels, pensions and restaurants and several coffee shops selling traditional delicacies.

Day 8,Swakopmund

Day excursions in Swakopmund is suitable for both the adventurers and for the holiday-makers. The coastal area offers a wide variety of activities for adventure lovers, from quad-biking, ocean cruises, skydiving and sand-boarding to exploring the Namib with desert tours or on horse or camel back.
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Day 9,Sesriem

The day start 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. The majestic star-shaped dunes with deep, warm hues are close to the Dead Pan with its bleached skeletons of ancient camel-thorn trees.
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Day 10,Sossusvlei

Well rested after a relaxed night, you will be ready to explore Sossusvlei with a Day excursion taking you closer to the animal life with the likes of ostriches, springbok and gemsbok, not forgetting the mountain zebra, klipspringers and baboons frequenting the canyons of the Swakop and Kuiseb rives. Larger predators are also found here with smaller predators such as black backed jackal and bat-eared fox, just to mention a few. Evening can be closed off with stargazing under the magnificent African night sky.

Day 11,Mariental

Mariental is a small, quietly flourishing market town. The nearby Hardap Dam is the largest reservoir in Namibian and provides water for irrigation, enabling the cultivation of animal fodder, as well as some fruits and vegetables. A local ostrich abattoir cater for this increasingly important industry, and what survives for the karakul trade in the south is centred around Mariental. Sitting astride the main route into the Kalahari and Namib desert, Mariental also services the needs of farmers in these areas. Mariental is home to a large number of the Nama-speaking people, descendants of the early Khoi inhabitants of Namibia.

Day 12,The Kalahari

This day is exclusively reserved for Game Driving where you can choose between a normal game drive or a Lion Tracking Experience guaranteeing an excellent encounter with the king of the Kalahari.

Day 13,Windhoek

Early departure will allow us to stop for a luxurious lazy lunch at Krumhuk before heading back to the “City of Lights” Windhoek for a late afternoon departure or early morning flight home. Auf Wiedersehen/Au Revoire/ Farewell/ Addio

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. Them having the connection to the different tribes ensures that you do not cross any cultural boundaries and ensure that you get welcomed into the different tribes to get an in-depth knowledge of the uniqueness of their existence. When you can feel the safety and security with the guidance of your experienced guide, you can open your mind to experience your inbound connection to nature.
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Kalahari Anib Lodge

On the Eastern fringes of Namibia, the red sands of the Kalahari beckon. Let us introduce you to the place of burnished sands at Kalahari Anib Lodge. Easily accessible by sedan car and 30km from Mariental, this Kalahari lodge is a good overnight stop if travelling between Windhoek and the south or continuing to the Kgalagadi.
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Waterberg Wilderness Lodge

Each of the double room chalets sits between red sandstone rocks in the midst of green bush, with total privacy guaranteed. Acacias shade the terrace; a plunge pool filled with spring water provides cooling and attracts birds and small game.
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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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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.

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