Through this thrilling 7-day trip, you can travel to various parts of Namibia, a big country with a variety of extremely distinct scenery and activities, from the famous dunes of Sossusvlei to the rocky terrain of Damaraland and then to the barren coastline of the Skeleton Coast. The hilly savannah of Damaraland is home to many species, including lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, eland, kudu, giraffe, klipspringer, steenbok, gemsbok, and springbok. The number of birds is abundant, and over 33 raptors have been identified, including cuckoo hawks, Egyptian vultures, and peregrine falcons, the fastest bird in the world. The majority of Namibia’s large game species can be found in Damaraland’s numerous sizable private game reserves, or concessions, which offer some of the best birding and wildlife experiences in Namibia, and in all of southern Africa. This gorgeous area, Namibia’s most bizarre and stunning mix of sights, is home to the nation’s fabled desert elephants. This location is great for a visit and offers a number of noteworthy sights that shouldn’t be missed.
You’ll board a charter plane at Windhoek Airport and travel to Sossusvlei. Following your arrival, you will be taken to your Lodge, where you will spend the following two nights. During your stay, you can participate in excursions to Sossusvlei and Sesriem, guided hikes, nature drives, guided quad biking, and spectacular sundowners.
You will travel by light aircraft from Sossusvlei to Damaraland via Swakopmund, where you will stay at the Damaraland Camp for two nights. There are day and night game drives, narrated nature walks, stargazing, a trip to Twyfelfontein, and cultural tours.
You will take a light aircraft out of Damaraland and fly to the Kunene Region. At the Hoanib Skeleton Coast, you’ll stay the following two nights. Game drives, stargazing, nature drives, narrated nature walks, and day trips to Mudorib springs or the Eastern Hoanib region are among the activities that are available here, depending on the weather.
On your penultimate day, you’ll take a flight via Damaraland to Windhoek Airport, giving you one last chance to take in the breathtaking surroundings. Your trip comes to an end at the airport, where you can connect to a flight back home or to the place you’re going next.
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