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Treasures Of Namibia

Experience Namibia in its diversity and its endless horizons. Discover Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei, unique World Heritage Sites, and the true nomadic Himba culture in Kaokoland, home to the desert elephant and black rhino. Encounter the rich and diverse wildlife of the Etosha National Park.

Day One: Etosha National Park

Meet your pilot at Eros Airport and commence your flight to the Etosha National Park, one of Africa’s most diverse wildlife treasures. Your lodge is one of Namibia’s best-kept secrets and awards you the opportunity to experience Africa in all its beauty and diversity. Join an afternoon activity on the private nature reserve or relax in the sparkling pool situated directly along a frequented waterhole.

Activities include a guided nature walk or a game drive, where you may also see the endangered Rhino, which has been relocated onto Onguma to ensure their survival and encourage population growth. Having returned to the lodge, enjoy watching game species at the flood-lit waterhole while being spoilt at an unforgettable dinner setting.

Overnight at Onguma Game Reserve, The Fort – Dinner


Day Two: Exploring Etosha National Park

After an early breakfast, travel into the Etosha National Park in an open game drive vehicle and enjoy a full-day guided game drive. Covering an area over 22’270km², it belongs to one of the largest parks in Africa and has unique highlights that no other park on earth can equal. The park belongs to Africa’s oldest game parks, having been declared a game reserve as far back as 1907.

Its most defining feature is the Etosha Pan, a vast, shallow depression that shimmers with mirages during the heat of the day and which offers unsurpassed photographic opportunities. Of the 114 different animal species found in the park, several are rare and endangered and include species such as the Black Rhino, black-faced Impala, Eland and Namibia’s smallest antelope, the Damara Dik-Dik.

Overnight at Onguma Game Reserve, The Fort – Breakfast, lunch, and dinner


Day Three: Etosha – Kaokoland

After a leisurely breakfast with an unmatched view onto Etosha’s Fisher’s Pan, you fly into the remote north-west of Namibia, one of the most uninhabited areas on earth. Okahirongo Elephant Lodge is situated in Kaokoland, and, with its free-roaming animal species and nomadic Himba populations, is often described as one of the last true wilderness areas left in Africa.

The lodge allows views onto the serene mountain and rugged desert landscapes and offers a highly sophisticated desert experience for the African connoisseur who likes to spend time in nature.

Having checked into the lodge, enjoy the rest of the day either lazing at the pool or getting pampered with a body massage while feasting your eyes on the endless desert vistas stretching as far as the eye can see.

Overnight at Okahirongo Elephant Lodge – Breakfast, lunch and dinner


Day Four: Exploring Kaokoland

The day is devoted to venture into the mountainous terrain with a ranger, coolbox and off-road vehicle. Experience mountain and riverine landscapes that have remained unchanged for thousands of years. The Kaokoland is home to the unique desert elephants, the world’s largest free-roaming black rhino population as well as the specially adapted desert lions that call the skeleton coast and the Kaokoland their home.

Free-roaming giraffes and other African mammals complete this immaculate desert experience. Activities offered consist of Desert Elephant tracking, game and scenic drives in open 4×4 vehicles, night drives, morning desert walks and visits to a local Himba village.

Overnight at Okahirongo Elephant Lodge – Breakfast, lunch, and dinner


Day Five & Six: Kaokoland – Damaraland

Having enjoyed breakfast meet up with your pilot and commence south on your flight into Damaraland, where your lodge is situated close to the majestic Brandberg massif, Namibia’s highest mountain. The next day is set for relaxation at the Guesthouse, before the adventure starts with a sundowner drive in the late afternoon, offering mesmerizing views onto the Euphorbia-dotted desert plains.

The ephemeral river system of the Ugab River, which traverses this area, is one of the most important ecosystems in Damaraland and is well known for its desert elephant and free-roaming antelope populations. After the sundowner clients are taken to a bush camp that will serve as the overnight setting – guests are treated to refreshing drinks around the campfire and later on enjoy a dinner under the stars experience, which will surely count as one of the highlights on their safari. After dinner, enjoy a drink around the fire before retiring to your tent to fall asleep to the sound of nature.

Overnight Uis Guesthouse – Breakfast, lunch, and dinner


Day Seven: Damaraland – Swakopmund

Having enjoyed breakfast in the bush and having returned to the guesthouse to freshen up, your flight commences to the coastal town of Swakopmund. En-route enjoy an eagle’s eye view of the Brandberg and the meandering ephemeral river systems that snake towards the Atlantic Ocean. Having enjoyed lunch in Swakopmund (own cost) depart in a southern direction and enjoy a scenic flight over age-old shipwrecks and diamond mines, as well as the RAMSAR world heritage site of sandwich harbour.

Flying over the endless dune landscape, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011, you soon reach the Namib Rand Nature Reserve, which will serve as your home for the next 2 nights. Your lodge is constructed on a wooden platform and overlooks the panoramic vistas of the 185’000 hectare reserve in all directions, capturing the desert environment in its entirety. Savour a sundowner drink in the distinct natural charm of your lodge, before enjoying dinner under a blanket of stars.

Overnight at Wolwedans Dune Lodge – Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day Eight: Namib Rand Nature Reserve 

The entire day is set aside to experience the Namib Rand Nature Reserve in open game drive vehicles. Specialised guides will amaze you with the vast diversity of life found in this seemingly uninhabited desert environment. Absorb the unique desert landscape during a morning and afternoon excursion through enticing dune landscapes, endless grass plains and mystical mountain formations.

You may encounter large as well as small desert animals, learn about their specialized habits and explore the ancient hunting spots of the Bushmen, who traversed the area many hundred years ago. Here in this land of stretching blue skies, you will find beauty feeding your soul, tranquillity to clear your mind and space for your imagination to fly.

Overnight at Wolwedans Dune Lodge – Breakfast, lunch and dinner


Day Nine: Departure

After breakfast at leisure, you are transferred to the airstrip to bid Wolwedans farewell and commence your return flight to Windhoek International Airport in time for your outbound flight. Clients who are spending the night in Windhoek will be taken to Eros Airport.


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