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Namibia Highlights
7 Day Fly-in Safaris

This group or private safari is designed to showcase some of Namibia's most spectacular highlights, beginning with the awe inspiring dry landscapes and dunes in the south to the captivating beauty of Damaraland and the wildlife of the reknowned Etosha National Park.

PRICE: N$57 800 per person

* Prices valid until 31 October 2016.





1 Fish River Canyon Lodge D
2 Sussusvlei Lodge B/D
3 Swakopmund Hotel B
4 Atlantic Ocean / Damaraland Lodge B/D
5 Etosha National Park Lodge B/D
6 Etosha National Park Lodge B/D
7 Windhoek   B

Day 1 (Mon): Fish River Canyon

Leaving Windhoek, we will travel in a south-westerly direction and along the edge of the Kalahari Desert to the spectacular Nama Karoo. Southern Namibia is part of a 4-desert biome, accentuated with harsh, yet awesome landscape vistas that send your imagination hurtling through time. Our lodge for the night is set amidst huge granite boulders in close vicinity to the Fish River Canyon, the second largest of its kind on earth.

Accommodation at Canon Lodge (D)

Fish River Canyon

Day 2 (Tues): Sossusvlei

We visit the Fish River Canyon, a 550-metre deep chasm created by the shifting of tectonic plates and erosion. Thereafter we fly west towards the coastal Namib Desert where we can enjoy a bird's eye view of the canyon. The Namib is the oldest desert on earth and is accentuated by silent giants of gleaming sand. These star dunes, whose shapes can best be admired from the air, twist like tendrils towards the world's highest dunes that form the magnificent Sossusvlei.

Accommodation at Sossusvlei Lodge (B, D)

Dead Vlei, Sossusvlei

Day 3 (Wed): Swakopmund

An open vehicle excursion takes us to Sossusvlei, a symphony of sand turning into an orchestra of burnished colours as the gigantic desert waves are painted from red through orange by the rising sun. Clamber some of the world's highest dunes and experience this soulful, harsh yet liberating environment. Our journey proceeds along the Atlantic coastline to Swakopmund.

Accommodation at the Hansa Hotel (B)


Day 4 (Thu): Atlantic Ocean / Damaraland

After breakfast we travel to Walvis Bay to enjoy a marine cruise. Compare the harsh, choppy water to the dry dune belt facing the ocean while enjoying cold sparkling wine and fresh Namibian oysters. Our journey proceeds into Damaraland, an area marked by steep mountain massifs that tower over meandering riverbeds and form the survival structure for desert elephant, black rhino and a myriad of free-roaming antelope species.

Accommodation at Twyfelfontein Country Lodge (B, D)

Giraffe, Damaraland

Day 5 (Fri): Etosha National Park

Today we visit one of the most spectacular outdoor art exhibitions in the world at the world heritage site of Twyfelfontein. Translated the word means "doubtful spring". One which has brought life to this thirsty land for thousands of years. Our visit is followed by a short flight to our next lodge situated at the entrance to the Etosha National Park.

Accommodation at Taleni Etosha Village (B, D)

Zebras graze on the plains

Day 6 (Sat): Etosha National Park

In the early morning we travel by open safari vehicle into the Etosha National Park, one of the most diverse game sanctuaries in Africa. The Etosha Pan is surrounded by a number of waterholes that sustain over 114 different game as well as 340 different bird species.

Accommodation at Taleni Etosha Village (B, D)

Elephant crossing the road at the Etosha National Park.

Day 7 (Sun): Return to Windhoek

After a leisurely breakfast we board our aircraft for the final flight back to Windhoek. Upon our arrival we will be transferred to our hotel from the Eros Airport. (B)

Jackals fight over a kill, Etosha Pan

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