6 Days Namibia Safari


This 6 Days Namibia Safari will take you to the most iconic safari in Namibia like Etosha National Park, Swakopmund to mention but a few. Etosha National Park, like all of Namibia’s landscapes, is enormous. The third-largest national park in the world, it is home to a variety of animals, much of it native to the area, and a wonderfully distinctive terrain. 4×4 safaris, walking safaris, fly-camping, and rhino tracking are all examples of game activities. With its colonial architecture, seaside promenades, historical sites, cozy guesthouses, outstanding restaurants, and beer halls where you can experience traditional German food and beer, the laid-back town has charm in spades of Swakopmund.

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We depart from your Windhoek lodge at 8:00. We will make a brief halt in Otjiwarongo for lunch before entering Etosha National Park through the Anderson Gate. We spend the day game driving across the park and stopping at waterholes to look for predators and animals like zebra, giraffe, elephant, and rhino. We will arrive at our lodging inside Etosha National Park just before sunset. A lovely waterhole that is lit up by floodlights is next to the camp. We stay the night in a double room with a shared twin bed and en suite bathroom. After eating dinner, we go to bed early so we may wake up fresh the next day.

We will get up early today to eat a small breakfast before the sun comes up, and then go on a game drive until around noon, when we will refuel. Before we head back to Halali for a picnic lunch, we will do another game drive to several crowded waterholes. After that, we will keep on game-driving across the park in search of the Big 4 and other animals that live on the plains. After arriving in Okaukuejo in the early evening, we will leave the Park shortly before dusk while making one more stop at a waterhole to take in the magnificent African sunset. We will spend the night in permanent twin-share tents with en-suite bathrooms that are located close to the Park.

Today we will have an early breakfast and depart from our lodge at 07:40 for our travel across the Damaraland (Kunene Region) communal plains. At the Ugab River Bridge, we’ll pause to pay a visit to the exquisite Herero ladies who sell their beautiful creations to help feed their families. In the shadow of the Brandberg Mountain, we will enjoy a sumptuous lunch before paying a quick visit to the Himba people who have come here to market their handcrafted goods. We will travel through the Namib Desert after lunch and stop at the most recent shipwreck off the Skeleton Coast before arriving in Swakopmund in the early evening. You are encouraged to visit the jetty for sundowners viewing the chilly Atlantic Ocean after spending the afternoon exploring this seaside town on foot at noon.

After a satisfying breakfast, we advise you to visit a museum or aquarium. For those seeking a greater rush, a two-hour sand boarding excursion through the dunes is suggested. We’ll depart Swakopmund in the afternoon and travel through the Namib Desert, stopping at Kuiseb Canyon and Solitaire. We will arrive at our camp in the early evening, giving us time to settle in and take it all in before setting out on a short sunset walk that offers breathtaking views of the Naukluft mountain range.

We’ll leave before daylight today to go to the park’s entrance. Then, after traveling along a former riverbed that is now surrounded by vast sand dunes, we board 4X4 shuttles that will take us to Sossusvlei. Here, especially early in the morning, we can completely enjoy the beauty of the surroundings and luxuriate in their tranquility. We travel by foot through this breathtaking area before arriving in Deadvlei, which is characterized by a profusion of whitened and cracked clay and barren camel thorn trees that stand in stark contrast to the setting of the enormous dunes with their ever-changing colors.

This morning, after breakfast, we return to Windhoek via Solitaire Guest Farm, where a biologist will lead us on a walk to follow cheetahs in the Namib Conservation Centre. You will then be driven to your Windhoek hotel or at the airport to catch your flight back home.

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