Collected from your accommodation by your driver/guide for the six hour drive in a stretched Land Rover or Land Cruiser to Sossusvlei and Kulala Adventurer Camp for a two night stay.
Local activities in Sossusvlei including a visit to DeadVlei and the opportunity to climb one of the huge dunes in the region such as the famous Big Daddy. You can also visit Sesriem Canyon and experience an early morning balloon safari (at additional cost).
Today you take to the desert roads through the Namib-Naukluft Park, a bleak yet starkly beautiful drive of some four hours. You’ll begin to encounter signs of life about twenty miles before you reach the coast at Walvis Bay, Namibia’s major port, where you turn north to the coastal (tourist) town of Swakopmund, staying at the Hansa Hotel for two nights.
Local activities as arranged such as a lagoon cruise, a scenic flight up the Skeleton Coast, shore -based fishing, horse riding and dune buggying. (all payable locally)
Continue northwards via the Cape Cross cape seal colony to Damaraland and Damaraland Adventurer Camp, a comfortable yet rustic mobile camp set in this remote part of Namibia for two nights.
DAY 6 & 7
Activities as arranged locally in Damaraland, such as game drives to locate the desert adapted wildlife, guided walks or a visit to Twyfelfontein, a world heritage sight of bushmen rock art gtoing back thousands of years.
Today you’ll drive north-eastwards to the Etosha National Park and Ongava Lodge or Tented Camp for a further two nights.
Day trips into the Etosha National Park or day/night game drives or walks in Ongava Game Reserve.
Road transfer back to Windhoek in time for your outward international flight.
N.B. If you would prefer a more genteel start to your safari, we would recommend an overnight stay in Windhoek, so that you start your journey totally refreshed. There are a number of high quality guest houses and boutique hotels to choose from to suit all budgets.