Namibia by Air

Namibia by Air

Sossusvlei .  Swakopmund . Damaraland . Etosha

Namibia by Air

Namibia by Air

Namibia > Etosha National Park > Sossusvlei > Swakopmund & Walvis Bay > Windhoek

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9 Days, 8 Nights

This quintessential journey encompasses Namibia’s attractions as a whole: stunning landscapes, endless skies, barren deserts, rugged mountains and spectacular wildlife.

Explore the dunes of Sossusvlei and the awesome space of the Namib Desert. Encounter marine life around Swakopmund, the volcanic rock-strewn landscape of Damaraland and the game-filled savannahs of Etosha. Such experiences are enhanced by a range of camps and lodges, including diverse activities such as scenic flights, a dolphin cruise with private beach lunch at Walvis Bay, hiking in Damaraland, interacting with the Damara peoples (dependent on their movements) and tracking black rhino.

Highlights

  • In depth exploration of Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Etosha and Damaraland.
  • Accommodation includes a range of lodges and camps
  • Experienced, knowledgeable and passionate guide travels with the guests throughout.
  • Exceptionally diverse variety of activities, including day and night nature drives, sea- to land-based wildlife viewing, flying, driving, and boating.

Inclusions

  • Gold Welcome on arrival at Windhoek International Airport
  • Scheduled Light Aircraft Flight from Windhoek International Airport to Sossusvlei
  • Two nights at Wilderness - Kulala Desert Lodge, Tent
    • Accommodation
    • All meals and local drinks
    • Two daily scheduled camp activities
    • Laundry at camps which are able to provide this service
    • Park fees
  • Scheduled Light Aircraft Flight from Sossusvlei to Swakopmund Airport
  • Scheduled Return Transfers between Swakopmund Airport and Hotel Zum Kaiser
  • Two nights at Hotel Zum Kaiser, Luxury Room including breakfast
  • Marine Dolphin and Seal Cruise in Walvis Bay including return transfers
  • Scheduled Light Aircraft Flight from Swakopmund Airport to Doro Nawas
  • Two nights at Wilderness – Doro Nawas Camp, Tent
    • Accommodation
    • All meals and local drinks
    • Two daily scheduled camp activities
    • Laundry at camps which are able to provide this service
    • Park fees
  • Scheduled Light Aircraft Flight from Doro Nawas to Ongava
  • Two nights at Wilderness – Andersons Camp, Tent
    • Accommodation
    • All meals and local drinks
    • Twice daily scheduled camp activities
    • Park fees
    • Laundry at camps which are able to provide this service
  • Scheduled Light Aircraft Flight from Ongava to Windhoek International Airport

 

Based on Departures January 11 - March 31, 2017
  Price per person from*
     Double Occupancy 4999
     Single Occupancy 5579

 

Based on Departures April 1 - May 31, 2017
  Price per person from*
     Double Occupancy 5269
     Single Occupancy 5899

 

Based on Departures June 1 - June 30, 2017
  Price per person from*
     Double Occupancy 5659
     Single Occupancy 6299

 

Based on Departures July 1 - October 31, 2017
  Price per person from*
     Double Occupancy 5959
     Single Occupancy 6689

 

Based on Departures November 1 - November 30, 2017
  Price per person from*
     Double Occupancy 5349
     Single Occupancy 5989

Group Size

Min 2, surcharge applies to solo travelers

Dates

Daily, on demand

Price

From $4999 per person based on double occupancy*

Trip Terms

*Prices are quoted in USD and are ‘from’, per person, based on twin share occupancy. Seasonal Surcharges apply.  Single supplements apply.  Black-out dates may apply. All pricing is strictly subject to availability. All prices, itineraries and routing are subject to change without notice. Please call for our current prices.  Prices are current at time of posting (09/20/16) and may differ when you book your travel and are not guaranteed until full payment is received and processed.

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Itinerary

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Days 1 & 2 : Sossusvlei

It’s up early for your light aircraft flight to Sossusvlei from Namibia’s capital city of Windhoek. This afternoon, we’re going to be treated to an aerial view of the iconic dunes of Sossusvlei, but we’ll be back there early tomorrow morning – the best time - for a guided nature walk. World-famous Sossusvlei is an enormous clay plan, flanked by the famous sand dunes that stand out starkly against the blue sky and flush red in the early morning sun. These towering dunes have developed over millions of years, the wind continuously transforming the contours of this sea of red sand. The ‘vlei’ itself only fills after rare, heavy rainfalls when, in a complete turnaround, it becomes a spectacular turquoise lake.

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Days 3 and 4 : Swakopmund

Today, we take to the skies. We soar over the dunes of the Namib desert and Sossusvlei, continuing westward to the Atlantic Coast to the quaint seaside village of Swakopmund. We’ve two nights here so, as a suggestion, get your tickets for a dolphin cruise in Walvis Bay and get up close and personal with the birds, seal colonies and numerous dolphins that inhabit this area.

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Days 5 and 6 : Damaraland

Our air transfer this morning is a wonderful visual tour from on high, of the legendary Skeleton Coast, affording awe-inspiring bird’seye vistas of this desolate landscape with its array of ship wrecks. From there, we turn inland to the rocky arid desertof Damaraland, home to the unique desert-adapted elephant. We follow the line of the Skeleton Coast, and if luck’s on our side, enjoy extraordinary aerial views of elephant, gemsbok, springbok and, occasionally, a glimpse of the endangered black rhino.

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Days 7 and 8: Etosha

And then it’s destination Etosha, Namibia’s premier wildlife destination. We fly there by light aircraft for our two-night stay, and after settling in to our accommodation, set out to explore this strangely bleak wilderness, teeming with wildlife. In the dry season, large herds congregate around the waterholes, while in the summer, sporadic rainfall produces a profusion of new life. Game viewing in this wild, often startlingly beautiful barren region is world renowned, and you won’t be disappointed. In the heart of the Park, is the shimmering Etosha Pan, a shallow depression which fills with water in the rainy season. Mirages, glittering salt deposits, Big Five wildlife…all wonderful material for photographs and memories.

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Day 9: Depart

Say farewell to the adventure as we return by light aircraft to Windhoek, arriving at approximately 4pm in the afternoon.

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This Vacation

Namibia by Air

Destination

Namibia
Etosha National Park
Sossusvlei
Swakopmund & Walvis Bay
Windhoek

Interests

Conservation and Community
Unique Eco-Adventures

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Location

Namibia is a country of startling contrasts that straddles two great deserts: the Namib (after which it is named) is the oldest desert on the planet, and its sea of red sand lies along the Atlantic coastline, while in the eastern interior lies the Kalahari, a vast and sparsely vegetated savannah that sprawls across the border into neighboring countries.

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