4 Days Desert and Sea Safari


This 4-day Namibia tour is great if you want to see Namibia’s stunning desert landscapes quickly yet prefer to go with an experienced guide. Lean back and take in the scenery while your guide handles the driving and all organizational details. This journey is intended for those who are unfamiliar with Namibia and energetic outdoor enthusiasts who want to hike up tall dunes, scale big granite boulders, or just take in the vast and open landscapes of the Namib Desert. On this 4-day tour in Namibia, marvel at gigantic dunes and arid landscapes as you visit the oldest desert in the world. You visit the Sossusvlei and the bizarre Dead Vlei environment on this excursion. As you make your way to Swakopmund, where the desert meets the sea, you pass through some stunning canyons. You stop at the Spitzkoppe on the way back to Windhoek to see the San/Bushman tribes’ exceptionally well-preserved ancient rock art. Enjoy staying in lovely accommodations and discovering the desert in a new way.

Tour highlights

  • Arrival and transfer to Namib Desert
  • Explore Namib Desert
  • Transfer to Swakopmund

    Price Includes:

  • Park fees
  • All mentioned activities
  • Full board accommodation
  • Service of professional driver-guide
  • All transportation
  • All Taxes/VAT
  • Airport transfer

    Price Excludes:

  • International flights
  • Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour
  • Tips
  • Personal items like Souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees, etc.

Itinary in details

Your guide will meet you in the morning at either your Windhoek hotel or the airport. After a brief introduction, you board your car and drive through the highlands toward the Namib-Naukluft region. The route is incredibly picturesque, and if there is time, your guide can take you through one of the area’s stunning passes. The town of Solitaire offers the option of a quick lunch, and it is advised that you try the freshly baked, regional apple pie. After that, you travel to the Elegant Desert Camp, where you will spend the following two nights. The camp offers lovely views of the wide desert horizons. You can choose to participate in the camp’s optional sundowner drive or just sit back and relax during the day.

Adventure-filled days frequently begin early in the morning, and today is no exception. You do not want to be late because the Namib-Naukluft Park’s entrance gates open at dawn. Because once you’re inside the park, you’ll discover a remote dune where you can enjoy the stunning dawn light to its fullest. In addition, you can have your breakfast picnic here before moving on to the Deadvlei and Sossusvlei region. Along the route, your guide might even use the 4×4 off-road capabilities of your car. When you get at the Deadvlei, you may awe at the over 500-year-old dead trees that stand against the commanding background of a sand dune. Additionally, you proceed to the Sesriem Canyon and walk along the now-dry riverbed by entering the gorge on foot. The trip back to your camp, where you may enjoy the day at your leisure, is only a short distance from this point. Dinner will be a delectable dish that may be enjoyed outside.

Today, you begin your tour by driving through the Gaub and Kuiseb canyons, as well as their passes and barren riverbeds. Then, just as you begin to think you have grown accustomed to the various desert vistas, a brand-new surprise appears in the form of the ocean visible on the horizon. In actuality, the Atlantic Ocean. Before traveling along the coast to Swakopmund, you first stop at the Walvis Bay lagoon for a photo opportunity. Swakopmund, a town on the sea, is full with attractions and has a fascinating past. You can enjoy a delectable dinner at one of Swakopmund’s many excellent restaurants in the evening (optional).

Following breakfast, you go back to Windhoek. However, the day still has a lot to offer. The Spitzkoppe Mountains are a stopover along the trip. The flat, dry terrain is dominated by the granite summits. A local guide will take you to some of this area’s ancient rock art, which was made by the San and Bushman tribes. You might experience time travel when visiting this almost mystical area because so much of it is well preserved. Prior to going on to Windhoek, you make a stop in Okahandja where you can purchase some handmade trinkets from the woodcarvers’ market. Once in the capital, your four-day trip of Namibia will come to an end, and your guide will either drop you off at the airport or at a guest home, leaving you with a wealth of fresh memories and experiences to cherish.

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