Tour Option A

Southern, Western and Central Namibia

  • Day 1
  • Your guide will meet you at Kalahari Bush Breaks Lodge on the evening before your departure on your 10 day long safari. We leave the hunting lodge and from Gobabis we travel south through the Kalahari to the small villages of Leonardville and Stampriet. We follow the dry river bed of the Auob River until we reach our lodge during the early afternoon where we participate at a game drive through the red dunes of the Kalahari. Auob Lodge.

  • Day 2,3 & 4

    After an early breakfast we travel further south through the Kalahari on our way to the Fish River Canyon. We stop over at the giants play ground, an area covered by interesting rock formations. Part of the area is the unique quiver tree forest. After Keetmanshoop, the capital of the south, we arrive at the canyon late afternoon. Canyon Lodge.

  • Day 5

    We need to leave very early to be between the dunes of Sossusvlei shortly after sunrise. Breakfast in form of a breakfast pack is served along the way between some of the highest dunes in the Namib Desert. The more adventurous may climb one of the dunes to get the bird perspective. During the afternoon, we will travel along the Naukluft Mountains via Solitaire, an old farm stead, to our lodge. Rostock Ritz Desert Lodge.

  • Day 6 & 7

    Today we travel through the Gaub and Kuiseb Canyons back into the Namib Naukluft Park. Many different animal species can be observed on our way. We see the unique desert plant, the Welwitschia, which can become 2000 years old as well as the fascinating moon landscape. After a short city tour in the coastal town of Swakopmund, the afternoon may be spend at leisure. Hotel Pension Rapmund.

  • Day 8

    We are leaving the Namib Desert and travel to the north of Namibia. Around lunch we arrive in the Etosha National Park, and during the afternoon we visit various waterholes in the park. After dinner some time should be spend at the flood lit waterhole. Black Rhino are regular visitors at night. Okaukuejo Resort.

  • Day 9 & 10

    The whole day is spend with drives through the park. Along the roads and at the many waterholes wildlife can be observed at close range. We travel to the eastern part of Etosha, where we stay our second night in the park. Namutoni Resort.

  • Day 11

    After breakfast, transfer to the airport.

  • The Tour is fully inclusive and includes the following services:
  • All accommodation in lodges and hotels.
  • Three meals per person per day.
  • All beverages with meals and while en route.
  • Professional, Namibian tour guide.
  • Air conditioned vehicle incl. all expenses.
  • All entrance fees and permits in National Parks
  • Quiver Tree Forest
  • Game Drive at Auob Lodge
  • Fish River Canyon
  • Kolmanskop Diamond Town
  • Sossusvlei / Namib Naukluft Park
  • Etosha National Park
  • Transfer to airport in Windhoek
  • NB:
  • Tours should be booked at least two months in advance.
  • The exchange rate is not fixed and might vary.
  • The fluctuation of the exchange rate will be adapted accordingly.
Tour Option B

Damaraland, Kaokoland and Etosha Safari

  • Day 1 / Day 2
  • Your guide will meet you at Kalahari Bush Breaks Lodge, and after the breakfast you will travel to Windhoek, the capital city of Namibia. After a short city tour, our journey continues to the coast. After a long days drive, we arrive in Swakopmund, a holiday town with a German flair. Dinner will be enjoyed at one of the many restaurants in town. Hotel Pension Rapmund.

  • Day 3
  • We leave Swakopmund to the north and travel towards the Skeleton Coast. We stop over at Cape Cross where thousands of seals live in a colony. Further north one of the many shipwrecks can be seen on the beach. We leave the Skeleton Coast at Springbokwater and we reach the Table Mountains of the Damaraland. With some luck, we might spot desert elephant or even a rhino. In time for a sundowner we arrive at our lodge. Palmwag Lodge.

  • Day 4
  • After an early breakfast we travel via Sesfontein to Opuwo in the Kaokoland. Opuwo is the main centre of the Kaokoland; we continue our journey further to the Epupa Falls at the Kunene River. En route we already meet some of the nomadic Ovahimba people. Late afternoon we arrive at Epupa Falls, the first view is overwhelming. Omarunga Camp.

  • Day 5
  • The Ovahimba people are a nomadic living tribe. They still live in a very traditional way and have huge cattle herds. A visit this morning will show us more about their tradition and culture. For lunch we are back at the lodge. The afternoon will be used to explore the falls before we enjoy a sundowner on a hill overlooking the falls and the Angolan mountains. Omarunga Camp.

  • Day 6
  • Unfortunately do we have to leave this little paradise. We travel back to Opuwo and later southwards to the Etosha National Park. Lunch is enjoyed in form of a packed lunch under a tree next to the road. We arrive early afternoon at the 24000 hectare big Hobatere concession area, close to the western entrance to Etosha. An afternoon game drive offered by the lodge shows us many different wildlife species occurring in this area. Hobatere Lodge.

  • Day 7
  • With a special permit we may enter the western part of the Etosha National Park. Our tour takes us along many waterholes in the park where numerous species of wildlife can be observed at close range. After dinner, some time should be spend at the floodlit waterhole at the lodge. Black rhino are frequent visitors here at night. Okaukuejo Resort.

  • Day 8
  • The entire day is spend with game drives through Etosha. We travel further to the east, and once again, big herds of game can be observed along the road and at waterholes. Namutoni Resort.

  • Day 9 / Day 10
  • This morning we leave Etosha and stop over at the Otjikoto Lake. Millions of years ago the ceiling of this lake broke in, and still today the depth of the lake is not known. In Tsumeb, a mining town we visit the mine museum before we travel further south towards Windhoek. During the afternoon we arrive at the Mount Etjo Safari Ranch, just south of Otjiwarongo. A last game drive may be enjoyed here. Rhino Camp.

  • Day 11
  • Breakfast and transfer to the airport.

  • The tour is fully inclusive and includes the following services:
  • All accommodation in lodges and hotels.
  • Three meals per person per day.
  • All beverages with meals and while en route Professional Namibian tour guide.
  • Air conditioned off road vehicle incl. all expenses.
  • All entrance and concession fees for parks and conservancies.
  • Skeleton Coast Park Excursion to the Himba villages.
  • Game drives at Hobatere and Mount Etjo.
  • Transfer to airport in Windhoek.
  • NB:
  • Tours should be booked at least two months in advance.
  • The exchange rate is not fixed and might vary.
  • The fluctuation of the exchange rate will be adapted accordingly.
Tour Option C

Okavango Delta, Chobe, Vic Falls, Caprivi & Etosha

  • Day 1
  • Your guide meets you at Kalahari Bush Breaks Lodge, and after breakfast we leave Namibia and enter Botswana at the Mamuno gate. Our route takes us through the cattle farm area of Botswana to Maun. Maun is the last town before we enter the Okavango Delta. Audi Camp.

  • Day 2
  • We leave Maun and after a short drive already enter the Moremi Game Reserve. Along our way a lot of wildlife can already be observed. We arrive at our lodge in time for lunch. During the afternoon we join a guide from the lodge for a boat cruise through the channels of the Okavango delta. The birdlife is spectacular. Camp Moremi.

  • Day 3
  • Very early after a cup of coffee we participate in a game drive offered by the lodge in the Moremi Game Reserve. Buffalo, elephant, leopard and lion are often spotted. We return to the lodge for a brunch, and afterwards there is time to relax. The afternoon may be spend with another boat cruise in the delta. Camp Moremi.

  • Day 4 / Day 5
  • After breakfast we leave the Savuti area and travel through the Goha Hills to the northern part of the Chobe Reserve. We arrive at our beautiful situated lodge on the banks of the Chobe River, in time for the afternoon boat cruise. Chobe Game Lodge.

  • Day 6
  • Once again we leave on an early morning game drive offered by the lodge, we return for a brunch, and the afternoon can be spend at leisure until our sunset cruise. Chobe Game Lodge.

  • Day 7
  • This morning we leave Botswana for the day to visit the Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. The Victoria Falls are the largest in Africa, a sight not to be missed. During midday, we can stroll through the craft markets in the town of Victoria Falls before we return to Botswana and the Chobe Reserve before sunset. Chobe Game Lodge.

  • Day 8
  • We leave Botswana at the Ngoma Border post and enter the Caprivi on the Namibian side. We travel through the eastern Caprivi and later through the strip of the West Caprivi, where we cross the Okavango River at Bagani. Our journey takes us along the southern side of the Okavango until we reach our lodge just before the border town of Rundu. Nkwazi Lodge.

  • Day 9
  • Unfortunately the road takes us back towards Windhoek. We pass Grootfontein and travel south to the Waterberg. The Waterberg is one of the greater landmarks in Namibia, and on the table top is a game reserve with many different species of wildlife. Our last game drive will be undertaken this afternoon. Wabi Game Lodge.

  • Day 10 / Day 11
  • After breakfast, transfer to the airport.

    The tour is fully inclusive and includes the following services:
  • All accommodation in lodges and hotels.
  • Three meals per person per day.
  • All beverages with meals and while en route Professional Namibian tour guide.
  • Air conditioned off road vehicle incl. all expenses.
  • All entrance fees and cross border charges for Botswana and Zimbabwe.
  • Moremi Game Reserve Savuti Chobe Game Reserve Victoria Falls National Park
  • Transfer to airport in Windhoek.
  • NB:
  • Tours should be booked at least two months in advance.
  • The exchange rate is not fixed and might vary.
  • The fluctuation of the exchange rate will be adapted accordingly.

Credit cards:

Major credit cards such as Master Card, Visa and Diners are accepted throughout the country. However shops in remote areas and service stations only accept cash.

Currency:

The Namibian Dollar (N$) and the South African Rand are the only leagal tender in Namibia. The two currencies are on par. Foreign currency, travelers and personal cheques can be converted to the Namibian Dollar at any bank or Bureau de Change.

Drinking Water:

Tap water is safe and potable in Namibia, unless specifically stated at particular locations. Tourists travelling by road are advised to carry sufficient water at all times. Mineral water and ice are readily available at service stations and shops.

Duty Free Imports:

Visitors may import duty free 400 Cigaretts or 50 Cigars or 250g Pipe Tabacco; 2 litres wine; 1 litre Spirit or other alcoholic beverages; 50ml Perfume; 250ml Toilet Water.

Electrical Appliances:

All run on 220/240 volts. Outlets are of the round 3 pin, 15 amp type.

Air travel:

The Chief Hosea Kutako Airport (Windhoek International Airport), 45 km (28 miles) east of the capital, is the major point of entry into Namibia. There are landing strips throughout the country and air-charter services are available in Windhoek and Swakopmund (coastal town).

Flights from USA:

Flights depart on a daily basis from Atlanta, Chicago and New York to Johannesburg. There is also a daily connecting flight between Johannesburg and Windhoek International Airport (Chief Hosea Kutako Airport). Please contact DELTA AIRLINE International flight division for more information.

Flights from Europe:

Direct flights are available from Frankfurt (Germany) or London (England) to Windhoek, Namibia. Other destinations in Europe can be routed through Johannesburg where daily connecting flights are available to Windhoek, Namibia. Please contact your travel agent for further details.

Time:

In summer, Namibian Standard Time is two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time and the same as South African Standard Time; in winter, Namibian Standard Time is one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time and thus one hour behind South African Standard Time. Summer time commences at 02:00 on the first Sunday of September; wintertime commences on the first Sunday of April.

Health requirements:

Vaccinations against smallpox, cholera and yellow fever are not required. However, visitors travelling from or through countries where yellow fever is endemic must be in possession of a valid International Certificate of Vaccination. This requirement does not apply to air travelers in transit. Contact your outfitter for further medical details or your local medical practitioner. No major vaccinations are required.

Visa Requirements:

All visitors to Namibia must be in possession of a valid passport. Temporary residence permits for visitors are issued on arrival and allow tourists a period of 90 days per year in the country. Bona fide tourists and business travelers of the following countries are exempted from visa requirements: Angola, Austria, Belgium, Botswana, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Mozambique, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Tanzania, United Kingdom, United States of America, Zimbabwe. Visitors are, however, advised to confirm visa requirements with their travel agent.