Experience the magnificent beauty of Namibia on these 8 day group or private tours which take you on a journey to spectacular landscapes and an unforgettable interaction with nature. All private tours can be customised.
|1||Etosha National Park||Tented Camp||Full board & activities|
|2||Etosha National park||Tented Camp||Full board & activities|
|3||Damaraland||Standard Tent||Full board & activities|
|4||Damaraland||Standard Tent||Full board & activities|
|5||Swakopmund/NamibRand Nature Reserve||Lodge||Fully Inclusive|
|6||NamibRand Nature Reserve||Lodge||Fully Inclusive|
|7||NamibRand Nature Reserve||Lodge||Fully Inclusive|
B = Breakfast; L=Lunch; D=Dinner
Price per person: N$105 400
(Prices valid until 31 December 2017)
Accommodation on full board basis.
All scheduled activities at the lodges.
House wines, soft drinks and beer at Onguma and Mowani.
All drinks at Wolwedans (except vintage wines and imported spirits).
Relevant airport and airstrip transfers.
Overnight and meals.
VAT and Tourism Levy.
Lunch in Swakopmund.
Premium wines and imported spirits at Wolwedans.
Any spirits and wines (except house wines) at Onguma and Mowani.
Any additional / optional activities.
Northern and Southern extensions are at additional cost (price on request).
Any delays or diversions due to bad weather or any other reason that might affect the safety of the aircraft and/or the passengers.
Airport passenger taxes.
Laundry services, curio shop purchases, personal insurance and personal items.
International and regional flights.
Day 1 (Sat): Windhoek/Etosha National Park
Accommodation at Onguma Tented Camp (Full Board & activities)
Arrive at the Windhoek International Airport, clear customs and immigration and continue through to the arrivals hall. Meet our representative and transfer to the Windhoek Eros Airport. Here you will meet your pilot and commence on your flight to the Etosha National Park. From the Mokuti airstrip you will be transferred to Onguma Tented camp where you will be staying for the next two nights.
The Camp is located only eight kilometres from the Von Lindquist Gate on the eastern outskirts of the Etosha National Park. Originally part of the greater Etosha Game Reserve, Onguma is one of Namibia's best-kept secrets. Join an afternoon activity on the reserve. The Onguma reserve covers an area of 20 000ha and incorporates ecological substrata such as savannah, bushveld, omuramba and dry pan. Age-old and well-worn migration routes, once used by elephant and buffalo wander through Onguma's three dry riverbeds.
The reserve boasts over thirty different animal species. Plains game roam freely on the reserve and predators although not easy to spot are nevertheless common residents of the area. Onguma also became part of an innovative custodianship project relating to the black rhino. Six black rhino were darted in Etosha National park and shipped to the reserve. Here they are protected and monitored. More than 300 bird species can be viewed at Onguma. The reserve boasts the biggest breeding colony of white-backed vultures in Namibia. During the summer months Onguma becomes a bird-watchers paradise with innumerable species migrating to the wetlands created by the seasonal rains.
Day 2 (Sun): Etosha National Park
Accommodation at Onguma Tented Camp (Full Board & activities]
After a leisurely breakfast, enjoy a guided drive into Etosha National Park for a full day of game viewing. The Park is a vast 22 270 km2 of saline desert, savannah and woodlands, and is one of the largest parks in Africa. The definitive feature is the Etosha Pan (“Great White Place”), a vast, shallow depression of approximately 5 000 km2. Of the 114 mammal species found in the park, several are rare and endangered, such as the Black Rhino and Black-Faced Impala.
Etosha's current population of some 300 black rhino represents one of the few growing populations in the world. Etosha's elephants are reputed to be of the largest in Africa, the tallest ones measuring up to 4m at the shoulder. Their tusks are however relatively small, due to genetic defects and mineral deficiencies in their diet.
Day 3 (Mon): Etosha National Park / Damaraland
Accommodation at Mowani Mountain Camp - Standard Tent (Full Board & activity)
After breakfast at leisure meet your pilot and commence your flight to Damaraland where you land at noon. Mowani Mountain Camp is set in the Twyfelfontein Conservancy between the Ugab and Huab Rivers. Enjoy the pool deck lodged between the boulders where you can soak up the sun whilst enjoying a refreshing drink and admire the breathtaking views from your deck chair. Lunch is followed by siesta and an afternoon excursion to the ancient rock engravings of Twyfelfontein. Return to the camp for a sundowner and dinner. Mowani is taken from the word Míwane, meaning ‘Place of God’ and it is here, where you will find the true meaning of peace and tranquillity.
From the moment you arrive at Mowani, you will be spoiled with the services and attention of the staff who will go out of their way to make your stay as unique and enjoyable as possible. Mowani Mountain Camp consists of 12 luxury tents all with en-suite facilities, decorated beautifully in East African style. The luxury tents are a great source of relaxation. Comfortably hidden in your own private area, enjoy the crisp white linen, en-suite bathrooms, and of course your private deck offering an open view of the wonderful Damara landscape.
Day 4 (Tue): Damaraland
Accommodation at Mowani Mountain Camp - Standard Tent (Full Board + activity)
After breakfast there is an excursion to the world-famous Petroglyphs at Twyfelfontein, which give you insight into how the San (Bushman) people communicated with their ancestors. Twyfelfontein could also become one of Namibia's first world heritage sites, adding more value to the local communities. Return to the Camp for lunch and a leisurely afternoon by the pool. Alternatively join a game drive down the riverbed in search of the rare desert-adapted elephant.
Day 5 (Wed): Damaraland / Swakopmund / NamibRand Nature Reserve
Accommodation at Wolwedans Dunes Lodge (Fully Inclusive)
After breakfast your charter flight takes you to the coastal town of Swakopmund. Upon arrival at the Swakopmund Airport our representative will transfer you into town for lunch. After lunch transfer back to the Swakopmund Airport, meet your pilot and commence your flight to Wolwedans, situated in the heart of the NamibRand Nature Reserve.
Wolwedans Dunes Lodge aims at providing a unique experience close to nature without compromising on comfort and style. The entire lodge is constructed on wooden platforms and overlooks the panoramic vistas of the 185 000 hectare NamibRand Reserve in all directions, capturing the desert in an intimate and memorable way. The building style is a combination of wooden poles and large canvas blinds which open up to the desert beyond. Each of the 9 spacious chalets with en-suite bathrooms, as well as the four–bedded family chalet and the exclusive Mountain View Suite, lead onto private verandas and stretches of untouched sand. A careful selection of furniture, light-coloured linen as well as the selection of accessories gives the Dunes Lodge a distinct natural charm. The main complex – also built on stilts – consists of a bar and lounge, sundowner decks with a fireplace and a spacious dining room.
Day 6, 7 (Thu, Fri): NamibRand Nature Reserve
Accommodation at Wolwedans Dunes Lodge (Fully Inclusive)
Absorb the unique NamibRand Nature Reserve landscape during a morning and afternoon excursion by Land Rover through the dunes, endless grassy plains and along mystical mountain formations. You may encounter large and small desert animals and learn about their unique habits as well as explore the ancient hunting spots of the Bushmen. Revel in the incredible landscape around you and Wolwedans’ commitment to care for guest and nature alike. Here in this land of stretching blue skies, endless plains and countless creatures enacting nature's savagely exciting passion play, you will find beauty feeding your soul, tranquility to clear your mind and space for your imagination to fly!
Optionally (depending on tours and season), you could join a day-safari with picnic lunch en-route, arriving back at the Lodge for sundowners and dinner.
Day 8 (Sat): NamibRand Nature Reserve / Windhoek
Awake in the pristine desert dawn and soak in the atmosphere and landscape from your bed whilst enjoying early morning tea. 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.