18-DAY NAMIBIA, DELTA, CHOBE & VIC FALLS

17 NIGHTS
SELF-DRIVE
N$ 110,795
N$ 97,980

Embark on an epic journey through Namibia's most exciting destinations. From the awe-inspiring dunes of Sossusvlei to the remote wilderness of Kunene and the rugged landscapes of Brandberg to the incredible wildlife of Etosha East.

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N$ 110,795
N$ 97,980

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FROM

N$ 110,795
N$ 97,980

PP SHARING

FROM

N$ 110,795
N$ 97,980

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itinerary
Standard Tour Itinerary
Day 1-2 | Windhoek

Windhoek

Standard: The Windhoek Luxury Suites | Luxury: The Weinberg

Bed & Breakfast

In the heart of Namibia lies Windhoek, a vibrant urban hub and the nation’s capital. This city boasts an international airport and a variety of dining, shopping, entertainment, and lodging options. Its pristine environment, secure atmosphere, and clever layout testify to its well-planned infrastructure. 

Influenced by its colonial past, Windhoek showcases a blend of German heritage seen in its numerous German restaurants, shops, and the widespread use of the language. Visitors can explore a captivating mix of historical and modern architecture, including landmarks like the historic Alte Feste fortress, the iconic 1896 Christuskirche, and the contemporary Supreme Court building.

Standard package travellers will be lodging at The Windhoek Luxury Suites, whereas the Luxury package guests will make their way to The Weinberg Windhoek.

Day 2-4 | Sesriem

Sesriem

Standard: Desert Hills Lodge | Luxury: Namib Outpost

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Nestled within Namibia’s breathtaking Namib-Naukluft National Park, Sossusvlei is renowned for its mesmerizing red sand dunes, a defining feature of the Namib Desert. The vivid blue skies are a striking backdrop to these towering red dunes, creating an unparalleled spectacle that captivates photographers and nature enthusiasts alike. This remarkable site stands out as one of Africa’s most captivating natural marvels, drawing visitors to witness dunes that soar nearly 400 meters, ranking among the world’s tallest. The interplay of light during sunrise and sunset transforms these iconic dunes into a photographer’s paradise, attracting shutterbugs from every corner of the globe.

Sossusvlei isn’t just about stunning landscapes; it’s also a haven for desert wildlife, hosting species like oryx, springbok, ostriches, and various reptiles. Adventurous souls can conquer ‘Big Daddy,’ one of Sossusvlei’s towering dunes, or explore Deadvlei, a striking white claypan adorned with ancient trees. For those seeking an elevated experience, scenic flights and hot air balloon rides offer a bird’s-eye view of this majestic terrain, culminating in a memorable champagne breakfast amidst the dunes—an experience like no other. 

Standard lodging includes the stunning Desert Hills Lodge, and if you’d like more luxurious accommodations, The Namib Outpost at Sesriem awaits.

Day 4-6 | Swakopmund

Swakopmund

Standard: Swakopmund Luxury Suites | Luxury: Strand Hotel

Bed & Breakfast

Standard: Swakopmund Luxury Suites | Luxury: Strand Hotel

Nestled along Namibia’s captivating coastal landscape, Swakopmund is renowned for its expansive streets, colonial-era architecture, and surreal desert surroundings. Initially established in 1892 as the primary harbour for German South-West Africa, Swakopmund is often hailed for its distinctly German ambiance, which some say rivals that of Germany itself. Today, this coastal gem has transformed into a vibrant seaside resort town. It serves as the Skeleton Coast region’s tourism hub, offering many attractions to delight visitors.

The town’s unique blend of German and Namibian influences and its array of adventurous activities, relaxed vibe, and refreshing sea breezes make it a top choice among travellers exploring Namibia. Visitors can indulge in various thrilling experiences, from quad biking and horseback riding to paragliding and fishing, not to mention captivating desert excursions that unveil the region’s mesmerizing landscapes.

Our standard package includes the beautiful beachfront at The Sea Boutique Guesthouse, while luxury travellers will cozy up at The Strand Hotel for a stunning seaside experience.

Day 6-7 | Spitzkoppe

Spitzkoppe

Spitzkoppen Lodge

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Nestled within Namibia’s breathtaking Namib Desert, situated between Usakos and Swakopmund and approximately two hours’ drive from Swakopmund, the Spitzkoppe stands as a collection of rugged granite peaks, defining one of Namibia’s most iconic and breathtaking features. These majestic domes, rising dramatically from the desert floor, attract hikers and mountaineers of all levels, offering everything from guided historic walks for novices to challenging climbs for seasoned adventurers. Guided tours provide access to ancient rock paintings, adding a historical dimension to the exploration.

The stark, rugged landscapes and striking rock formations make the Spitzkoppe an ideal backdrop for photography enthusiasts, capturing this extraordinary natural wonder’s raw beauty and dramatic contrasts.

Nestled in Namibia’s granite marvel, standard & luxury accommodation includes a stay at the stunning Spitzkoppen lodge.

Day 7-8 | Etosha South

Etosha South

Standard: Etosha Safari Camp Gondwana Collection Namibia | Luxury: Ongava Lodge

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Situated just below the border of Etosha National Park in northwestern Namibia, Etosha South encompasses the southern expanse of this untamed haven. This area comprises a selection of top-tier private game reserves, adding to the region’s allure. Access to the national park is available through the southern entrance at Andersson’s Gate, offering visitors a gateway to a diverse array of wildlife sightings.

Etosha South is teeming with wildlife, including lions, giraffes, elephants, white and black rhinos, and a variety of plains game species. Popular activities here include embarking on open 4×4 safaris led by knowledgeable guides, as well as half-day or full-day drives that can be enhanced with a picnic lunch and wine during the longer excursions.

For our standard package, Etosha Safari Camp will be home for the night, with the Ongava Lodge serving as an escape for luxury travellers.

Day 8-10 | Etosha East

Etosha East

Standard: Mokuti Etosha Lodge | Luxury: Onguma The Fort

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Nestled in Northwestern Namibia, Etosha East is a protected haven within the eastern reaches of the renowned Etosha National Park, renowned for its accessibility among Southern Africa’s game reserves. Etosha East enchants with expansive plains adorned by semi-arid savannah grasslands, interspersed with watering holes and secluded bush camps. The highlight of this area is the impressive 5000-square-kilometer Etosha salt pan, a prominent feature visible even from space, dominating the eastern landscape of the park.

This remote region is alive with diverse wildlife, including lions, elephants, black rhinos, and giraffes, creating a thriving ecosystem. Birdwatchers will delight in the array of avian species, from elegant flamingos and majestic ostriches to regal eagles, hornbills, and owls that call this area home.

Experience Etosha from Mokuti Etosha Lodge as a standard traveller or from Onguma The Fort when opting for the luxury option.

Day 10-12 | Divundu

Divundu

Standard: Shametu River Lodge | Luxury: Divava Okavango Resort & Spa

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Standard: Shametu River Lodge | Luxury: Divava Okavango Resort and Spa

Located approximately 200 kilometers east of Rundu on the southeastern shores of the majestic Okavango River, the charming village of Divundu offers an excellent starting point for exploring the surrounding river, game parks, and national reserves. Visitors can enjoy fishing or birdwatching boat safaris, immersing themselves in the region’s natural splendour. The nearby Mahango Game Park presents opportunities to encounter herds of elephants and hippos, buffaloes, giraffes, antelopes, and various other wildlife species.

The awe-inspiring Popa Falls, a captivating series of cascades, stands as a prominent attraction that shouldn’t be missed. Divundu also serves as an ideal base for embarking on adventures in neighbouring Botswana and the renowned Okavango Delta, promising unforgettable experiences in this pristine wilderness.

Whether you choose the standard comfort of Shametu River Lodge or the lavish splendour of Divava Okavango Resort & Spa, your journey in Divundu promises to be unforgettable.

Day 12-14 | Okavango Delta

Okavango Delta

Standard: Khwai Guest House | Luxury: Kanana

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Located in Botswana’s northwestern corner, the Okavango Delta is a World Heritage Site, celebrated as the largest inland delta globally. This extraordinary delta forms a lush oasis within the arid expanse of the Kalahari Desert, where the magnificent Okavango River transforms dry sand into a thriving ecosystem. It is adorned with meandering waterways, crystal-clear lagoons with water lilies, fertile floodplains, and reeded islands that teem with diverse wildlife.

Spanning an impressive 15,000 square kilometers, the Okavango Delta offers visitors an array of enchanting activities. Embark on thrilling game-viewing experiences, enjoy fishing expeditions, or immerse yourself in the wonders of birdwatching amidst this wetland paradise. For an authentic experience, opt for a guided Mokoro excursion, gliding through the delta’s waterways in a traditional dugout canoe. Keep an eye out for the numerous wildlife species that call this delta home, including lions, rhinos, leopards, giraffes, hippos, elephants, crocodiles, and many bird species.

Standard accommodation includes a stay at the Khwai Guest House, and the luxury option includes a stay at the exclusive Kanana.

Day 14-16 | Chobe

Chobe

Standard: Chobe Bush Lodge | Luxury: Chobe Game Lodge

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Nestled in the northeastern corner of Botswana, along the picturesque Chobe River, lies the charming town of Kasane, offering a gateway to the magnificent Chobe National Park. The absence of boundary fences between the village and the park allows for frequent sightings of elephants and hippos wandering near the town. For those seeking glimpses of elusive wildlife, a visit to Sedudu Valley Road is recommended, where sprawling dead trees serve as temporary shelters for leopards.

Within Kasane, a centuries-old baobab tree is a historic landmark, once functioning as a local prison. Visitors can indulge in many activities, including thrilling game drives through the park, serene sunset cruises along the Chobe River, cultural visits to nearby villages, or exciting day trips to the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls.

Your standard tour offers accommodation at the Chobe Bush Lodge, whereas the Chobe Game Lodge will welcome you on your luxury tour.

Day 16-18 | Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

Standard: Pioneers Victoria Falls | Luxury: Old Drift Lodge

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Victoria Falls is one of the most breathtaking waterfalls globally. It is situated on the majestic Zambezi River, which forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. These stunning falls are easily accessible and offer spectacular views from the Zimbabwean side. With an impressive width of 1708 meters, Victoria Falls is the world’s widest waterfall.

The charming town of Victoria Falls, located adjacent to the falls, provides an excellent starting point for exploring the myriad attractions in this region of Zimbabwe. Adventure enthusiasts will find many adrenaline-pumping activities, including scenic flights, microlighting, white-water rafting, bungee jumping, kayaking, and unforgettable excursions into the renowned Chobe National Park.

For the last leg of this tour, standard travellers enjoy the stunning Pioneers Victoria Falls, and the luxury travellers will end their tour at the Old Drift Lodge.

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