The tour starts in WINDHOEK and ends in WINDHOEK. Highlights of this tour are: Namibia Bushveld, Etosha Wildlife, Damara Culture, Himba Culture, Naukluft Park, Sossusvlei, Namib Desert,
Namibia West Coast, Desert Moon Landscape, Spitzkoppe, Farm Life. The safari is conducted in Sasendle 4×4 vehicles and in small groups. Accommodation is provided at comfortable guesthouses and tourist class lodges. The approximate distance for this tour is 3000km.
Tour Code: ETDADERU01 Guided language: English
Day 1: Windhoek – Ondekaramba
The farm Ondekaremba measures 7.300 hectares and boasts a 100-year old family tradition. Shortly after touching down you will be met by the peace and quiet of Africa’s wide-open spaces. Enjoy after a long flight the charm of scenery and unspoilt nature. Ondekaremba means: The place where grazing is good. Thanks to this, combined with numerous watering places, you can be at one with nature by exploring, be it via game drives, hiking trails on a terrain where there are an abundance of wildlife and birds. The lovely garden with landscaped pool area waits for you to come and have a swim, or to just relax. Meals made to a large extent of our own products are prepared in our farm kitchen and are served on the open-air verandas, as a picnic in the bush, or inside the old rustic stone farmhouse.
Overnight Ondekaramba or similar. (DBB)
Day 2: Tsumeb
The town of Tsumeb has a special name that means “place of the frog” or “place of the moss”. It is said that this old name had something to do with the huge natural hill of green, oxidized copper area that existed before it was destroyed by mining.
Sightseeing of the town as well as the surrounding areas, visit to Otjikoto Lake
Overnight Minen Hotel or similar. (DBB)
Day 3-4: Etosha, Namutoni
The flora of this area is semi-arid savannah grassland and thorn scrubs. Etosha National Park is one of Africa’s foremost wildlife sanctuaries. The centerpiece for visitors is looking to see nearly 150 mammal species, including several rare and endangered species. During our stay in Etosha we will be spending two nights at each of the lodges the Park has to offer. Namutoni is a Beau Geste-style fort situated in an area dotted with graceful makalani palms. The rest camp is in close range of the Fisher’s Pan that attracts great concentrations of water birds.
Full day Game drives
Overnight Namutoni Lodge or similar. (DBB)
Day 5-6: Etosha, Okaukuejo
Okaukuejo has tranquil, scenic and rejuvenating qualities and is located just 17km from the southern entrance of Etoshia Park. One of many activities includes a flood-lit waterhole that attracts many wildlife that can be observed at very close range while they are congregating and interacting.
Full day Game drives
Overnight Okaukuejo Lodge. (DBB)
Day 7-8: Twyfelfontein
The town had received its name, Twyfelfontein, referring to the spring itself. The area is in a Pro-Namib region and this can be seen through the prominent geographic features as well as the Fauna and Flora.
These indentions were created over a course of thousands of years. The oldest engravings can be as old as 10 000 years and the creation of new works probably ended by the arrival of pastoral tribes. Additionally, the site contains rock paintings. The similar occurrence of rock paintings and rock engravings is very rare.
Guided tour to the Organ Pipes, Rock paintings and rock engravings
Dry River Drive
Overnight Twyfelfontein Country Lodge or similar. (DBB)
Swakopmund This is a town with an air of enchantment about it. Swakopmund had its beginnings as a landing station in 1892 when the Imperial Navy erected beacons on the site. The location that we will be in is in a quiet corner of Swakopmund’s old town, yet it is in close range of the beach and the town’s city centre. The town itself is very charming with Neo-Gothic German Architecture on the Skeleton Coast. The Skeleton Coast received the name from many shipwrecks that lay along it. On the Skeleton Coast all creatures live on the edge to survive.
Desert moon Landscape
Harbour Boat Cruise
Overnight Cornerstone Guesthouse or similar. (DBB)
Day 11-12: Sesriem
The area is known as a clay pan that is set amid monstrous piles of sand known as star dunes that rank amongst the tallest dunes on earth. The location for our stay is at Sossus Dune Lodge with breathtaking architecture. The lodge is based on an ecological structure and it is perfect for guests who like the outdoor life, nature and the beauty that the desert has to offer. The lodge’s structure provides ultimate privacy to all guests and they are also well known for their service excellence.
Dead Vlei, Dune 45, and Big Daddy
Overnight Desert Camp or similar. (DBB)
Day 13: Windhoek
We will be traveling back to our end destination. We will make a few stops to stretch your legs and then we will be dropping you off at your accommodation at your end destination.
Overnight Farm Ondekaramba or similar. (DBB)
Inclusions and Exclusions
- SAT transport in 4×4 vehicles; Public Liability & Passenger Liability Insurance
- Services of a licensed English speaking driver-guide per vehicle
- 13 nights accommodation in comfortable guesthouses/guest farms/and tourist class lodges and camping areas. Meals as stated per program.
- Fees for nature conservation areas, sightseeing & activities as per itinerary (unless stipulated as “OPTIONAL”)
- Portage in overnight facilities
- Non-alcoholic beverages on tour vehicle during overland drives (in limited quantities)
- Detailed itinerary & info on places of interest
- Flights / Visa & Permits / Travel Insurances of any kind
- Cost related to the personal use of 3G internet access & GSM cell phone provided by SAT on tour
- Tips & gratuities to hotel/restaurant personnel and guides
- Alcoholic and any other beverages in addition to those included above
- Any optional services/meals/activities/excursions not included/not mentioned in the itinerary
- Any expense of a personal nature such as for phone calls, laundry services, souvenirs, and similar
Phone +27 82 888 9643
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Address : 7390 Saint Helena Bay, Western Cape, South Africa