6-Day Namibia Epic Safari


This viewing tour visits the stunning Naukluft mountain ranges, which are home to the world’s tallest red sand dunes and are situated in the Namib Desert. It covers Swakopmund, Namibia’s best beach resort, and offers a variety of paid activities. The famous Etosha National Park, which is home to a variety of species, is covered last.

Tour highlights

  • Sesriem – Sossusvlei
  • Explore Swakopmund
  • Discover Etosha National Park (Wildlife)

Itinary in details

As soon as you land at Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport, our representative (tour guide) will meet you there. In order to get to the Sesriem location, where you will spend the night, you must first take a scenic drive over picturesque terrain and mountain views of the Naukluft Mountain Range. Afterwards, you have the remainder of the afternoon is free.

You’ll get up early this morning, well before sunrise, to explore the renowned Sossusvlei dunes, which are believed to be the highest dunes on Earth. Before going back to your lodge for a well-earned break, if you’re feeling up to it, you can climb to the top. Since the scenery is so amazing, don’t forget to bring your camera. You will go to Swakopmund, which is on the Skeleton Coast, and Walvis Bay, a beach town. You’ll soon be heading back to the mountain desert after leaving the dune fields far behind. On request, you’ll travel across the Tropic of Capricorn and capture a few photos. You will travel across the lonely “Namib gravel plains” after leaving the highlands before arriving at the port city of Walvis Bay’s coastal sand dunes. Before continuing the very brief trip into Swakopmund, there will be opportunity to observe flamingos and other bird life in the Walvis Bay lagoon.

We have today off. To give everyone time to pursue their own interests is the goal. A nice stretch of beach (though fairly chilly) and an outdoor curio market may be found in Swakopmund, a charming seaside community. Swakopmund is home to the Namibian National Marine Aquarium as well as a fantastic museum. Alternately, a variety of extracurricular activities might be planned. There are also picturesque drives, boat or beach fishing excursions, and four-wheel motorcycle (quad bike) excursions into the desert and over the dunes at Swakopmund. Numerous additional activities are also offered, including sand boarding excursions (also in the sand dunes), skydiving, and surfing. Before you arrive in Swakopmund, your tour guide will go through all your options with you and offer to make reservations.

You will depart the seaside town for Etosha National Park in the morning. Four of the Big Five (elephant, rhino, leopard, and lion) as well as a huge variety of game and birdlife may be found in Etosha. Three of your nights will be spent in bungalows at rest camps inside the park, all of which have floodlit waterholes for superb nighttime wildlife viewing. Daily game drives are included in your package in the morning and the afternoon. You will have time to leisurely stroll through Etosha National Park and stop at several of the park’s numerous waterholes. Many of the Big Five can be seen, and Etosha is known for its magnificent and renowned animal sightings.

Today you will spend the day on a game drive, leaving the park through the eastern Von Lindequist gate. There are numerous watering holes along the path where animals congregate to drink. Lunch will likely be a lunch box and will be served at the Halali resort. You will make stops in Gemsbokvlakte, Olifantsbad, Nebrownii, Salvadora, and Rietfontein en route to Halali. Here, keep an eye out for the lion pride that is frequently spotted in the Nebrownii region. around the route, you will stop at numerous waterholes and game viewing locations in the park as you cruise around the large salt pan. If you decide to stop on the way to your overnight location, you will undoubtedly encounter a lot of wildlife and stunning landscapes.

After early morning game drive, you will enjoy breakfast before you exit the park. You will have time to pause in Okahandja town, which is the location of Namibia’s largest woodcarving market, on the road to Windhoek. The market is the ideal location to finish up any last-minute shopping for exquisite Namibian products because the stalls are run cooperatively by the local community. You will be dropped off at your lodging or Hosea Kutako International Airport when you arrive in the capital at midday.

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