This 14 day discovery of Namibia departs from Windhoek and continues to the Kalahari area, from where the journey takes us to the awe-inspiring Fish River Canyon and through the stark beauty of the Southern Namib to the small fishing town of Lüderitz. Continue to the Namib Desert where you spend 2 nights at Sesriem and Sossusvlei. Here you will stroll among the world’s highest sand dunes in the world’s oldest desert. We return to Windhoek for one night staying at a quality guest house included in the price. The second half of the tour takes us to Okonjima where you will then meet close-up-and personal the big cats, further onto the Etosha National Park where you will experience the amazing wildlife. Visit and experience first-hand the Stone Age culture of the Himba Tribes. Namibia’s highest mountain in the beautiful mountain landscape of Damaraland is next and then on to Namibia’s premier seaside town, Swakopmund on the Skeleton Coast before returning to Windhoek.
Day Destinations and meal plan
Fri Kalahari Desert (LD)
Sat Fish River Canyon area (BLD)
Sun Aus (BLD)
Mon Aus – Luderitz – Aus (BD)
Tue Sossusvlei (BLD)
Wed Sossusvlei (BLD)
Thur Windhoek (BL)
Fri Okonjima (LD)
Sat Etosha National Park (BLD)
Sun Etosha National Park (BLD)
Mon Hoada Grootberg (BLD)
Tue Twyfelfontein (BLD)
Wed Swakopmund (BL)
Thur Windhoek (BL)
B = Breakfast; L = Lunch; D = Dinner
- The style is limited participation, assisted camping with the participation limited to only helping with the tents.
- The tour can be upgraded to an accommodated option and is subject to availability. Contact our office for an upgraded option.
- On the accommodated option dinner will be taken at the lodge when staying at Okonjima, Grootberg & Twyfelfontein, all other dinners & lunches will be taken with the group at their campsite.
Duration: 14 Days / 13 Nights
Departure/Return: On a Friday with collection time from within the city limits between 07:30am – 08:00am. On Thursday in the late afternoon / early evening.
Group Size: Minimum 2, maximum 14
Tour Price (2017):
Camping:US$ 1,990Deposit:US$ 800Outstanding Amount: Payable2 months prior to tour
Note: For lodge upgrade, contact our office.
- All transportation during the tour
- Three meals a day (unless differently specified)
- Tap drinking water, tea & coffee in camp
- All camping equipment
- Park entrance fees
- Camping fees
- Professional guide
- Camp Assistant
- Pick up & drop off from accommodation in Windhoek
- Sleeping bag (can be hired) and bedding
- Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks
- Personal expenses and travel insurance
- Optional activities
Why Travel With Eko Tracks
Variety: Our large variety of products, offer great travel opportunities for adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts with a passion for nature.
Expertise: With an intimate scientific knowledge of the African savanna and its wildlife, first-hand personal travel experiences and destination expertise, we offer a wealth of information to our clients.
Network: Having lived in Africa for more than 40 years and drawing on extensive long term business relationships we provide you with specially selected quality products.
Dedication: We are passionate about Africa with its large vistas, a plethora of wildlife unmatched anywhere else, and a diversity of cultures unique to this continent. But above all, we are dedicated to conservation through education.
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“This was an amazing program and I would do it 10,000 times if I could. I learned so much and got to participate and see so much that I never would have in any other program. Amanda, Veterinary Field Study 2018
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