Met on arrival into Windhoek International with a scheduled light aircraft transfer northwards via Doro-Nawas and onwards to the Palmwag Concession and Desert Rhino Camp for a three night stay.
DAY 2 & 3
Game viewing activities as arranged by Desert Rhino Camp – activities naturally focus on rhino tracking on foot or by vehicle but scenic nature drives (short or full day) and birding trips are also offered.
Light aircraft transfer to Andersson’s Camp on the southern edge of the Etosha National Park near Andersson’s Gate for a three night stay.
DAY 8 & 9
Game viewing activities as arranged by Andersson’s Camp. You might expect to see large numbers of elephant, giraffes, plain game such as zebra and springbok as well as predators such as lion and cheetah.
Light aircraft transfer back to Windhoek in time for your onward 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. You could also do this safari on a self drive basis but a 4×4 vehicle or one with high ground clearance is recommended.