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Enjoy breath-taking natural landscapes on this 13-day Namibia Luxury Fly-in Safari that takes you to some of the most iconic locations in Namibia, including Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Damaraland, the Skeleton Coast and Etosha. Using some of the top camps and lodges, each located as ideally as possible within their respective wilderness areas, and transfers by light aircraft to shrink the vast distances, giving you more time to explore, this tour is the last word in ultimate Namibian experiences.

Summary of your Trip
  • 1 Night – Am Weinberg Boutique Hotel DBB (Windhoek)| Namibia
  • 2 Nights – Little Kulala Lodge (Sossusvlei) | Namibia
  • 2 Nights – Strand Hotel (Swakopmund) | Namibia
  • 2 Nights – Mowani Mountain Camp (Damaraland) | Namibia
  • 3 Nights – Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp (Skeleton Coast) | Namibia
  • 2 Nights – Onguma The Fort (Etosha National Park) | Namibia
Price Includes
  • Meet and greet services on arrival & All Road transfers in Windhoek and airstrips
  • Activities, Meals and Drinks as per itinerary
  • Park entrances and conservation fees
  • Shared wildlife activities at each lodge or camp
  • Scheduled Domestic inter-camp Air Transfers
Price Excludes
  • Any additional meals or activities not specified in the itinerary
  • International Air Fares, entry visa fees, domestic and international departure tax
  • Premium imported brands and champagnes
  • Spa treatments
  • All expenses of a personal nature
  • Optional excursions not mentioned above
  • Travel and medical insurance
  • Tips and gratuities to your driver guide, park guides, hotel/camp staff

Day 1Arrival in Windhoek

On arrival at Hosea Kutako Windhoek International Airport, you will be warmly welcomed by our representative and transferred to Am Weinberg Boutique Hotel, a gem situated in the upmarket suburb of Klein Windhoek- 30 minutes from Hosea Kutako International Airport. Am Weinberg Boutique Hotel sets a new benchmark for luxury accommodation in the Namibian capital.
On arrival at the hotel, enjoy welcome drinks while completing check-in procedures. Settle in your room and unwind. The rest of the day is at leisure and perhaps can be spent exploring the city.

Room Type: Courtyard Fountain Level Double room
Meal Basis: Half Board (Dinner, Bed & Breakfast)

Day 2 - 3Sossusvlei

After a leisurely breakfast, you will be picked up from the hotel and driven to Eros Domestic Airport for your light aircraft to Sossusvlei. On arrival at the airstrip, you will be welcomed and transferred to Little Kulala Lodge, a luxury lodge with a “sky bed “ for a sleep under the stars and which offers a world-class service with efficient and friendly staff for whom nothing is too much trouble. Enjoy a welcome drink while completing check-in procedures. Settle into your accommodation and later seat for lunch.

During your stay, enjoy the following activities or indulge in an array of wellness treatments offered at the lodge:
1. Set off on a guided walk through the desert, stopping to admire the tiny miracles of nature that make up the unique plants and wildlife of this arid yet beautiful region

2. Guided Electric Fat Bike Excursions: explore the natural wonders of Namibia and take in the majestic landscapes riding electric-powered fat bikes. This is an exciting way to explore the stunning open plains with your guide.

3. Guided Quad Biking Nature Trails: an eco-sensitive guided quad-bike ride through the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve allows you to take in the incredible views and denizens of the desert, including the likes of oryx, springbok and bat-eared fox, as well as fascinating avian desert specials such as the endemic dune lark.

4. Climb the sand dunes largely known as one of the Namib Desert’s most scenic and spine-tingling attractions. A breathless climb to the top of the massive ‘Big Daddy,’ the tallest dune in the Sossusvlei area, at 325 metres, rewards adventurers with a spectacular view over the peaks and troughs of the sand sea, down to Deadvlei. End the spectacular visit to the dunes with a daring run down the vertical slopes and steep sand dunes, with the wind enlivening your hair and caressing your glee-filled face.

5. Wildlife: Desert-adapted wildlife to be seen on Kulula Wilderness Reserve includes Ostrich, oryx, springbok, gemsbok, Burchell’s zebra and the endemic Hartmann’s Mountain zebra as well as small creatures such as bat-eared foxes, porcupine, Cape Fox; a variety of insects and lizards

6. Exceptional stargazing at the lodge, with a highly sophisticated telescope, your professional guide will direct you throughout

7. Scorpion night walks: after dark, another realm of the Namib awakes. Walks reveal some captivating creatures, such as scorpions, which fluoresce under UV light

8. Hot air balloon over Sossusvlei Dunes (at an extra cost): an early rise is required for this spectacular activity. This is the most unforgettable and beautiful experience in the Namib Desert. The adventure begins before sunrise when you are collected from your accommodation and driven to the take-off area. Once the balloon is airborne you drift silently over the desert for about an hour. The views of the Namib Desert are exceptional. On landing (wherever the wind has taken you) there is a champagne breakfast.

Included: All meals & Activities
Room Type: Luxury Desert Suite
Meal Basis: Full Board, twice daily scheduled camp activities, park fees, laundry, Namibian VAT & Tourism Levy, and local drinks exclude premium imported brands and champagne.

Day 4 - 5Swakopmund

After this morning activity, enjoy a scrumptious breakfast before being transferred to the airstrip for your scheduled light aircraft flight to Swakopmund. If your hot air balloon over Sossusvlei Dunes was nothing but spectacular, wait until you board that light aircraft and star down to enjoy extraordinary views of sands to sea, a reminder that Namibia is a land of contrasting landscapes. Enjoy this 1h30mn scenic flight to the activity and adrenaline centre of Namibia: Swakopmund. Nowhere else in the country will travellers find such a variety of activities.

For the following 3 days:
1. Explore the small town on foot and make sure you visit the Karakul Weavers with plenty
of souvenir shops to choose from;

2. Have a half-day Sandwich Harbour Tour to see massive sand dunes run straight
into the sea;

3. Go Skydiving or Spend an Afternoon at the Swakopmund Jetty Soaking Up the Pier
(there are two excellent restaurants at each end of the long pier and a view that is to die for. Come back for the big African sunset in the evening as it is one of the most romantic places to visit in Swakopmund);

4. Finally spend the Day Dolphin and Whale Watching or take a 30-minute drive to
Walvis Bay for a boat tour with a seal whisperer and more.

Accommodation is at the Strand Hotel and enjoys dinner at one of the many Swakopmund restaurants.

Room Type: Standard Sea Facing Room
Meal Basis: Bed and Breakfast

Day 6 - 7Damaraland

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before being driven to the airstrip for your scheduled light aircraft flight to Damaraland. Your previous flight to Swakopmund was an event in itself because starring down by the window, the views of sweeping sand dunes and sea were spectacular. Today is no different because the views from the air of towering rocky outcrops, of a mix of lush and greens, are an incredible experience.
You will be met on arrival at Twyfelfontein airstrip and transferred to Mowani Mountain Camp sets between the Ugab and Huab Rivers in southern Damaraland, a magnificent and unspoilt wilderness area. A world filled with vast expanses of breathtaking desert scenery, interrupted only by scattered clusters of granite boulders, creating viewpoints and hideouts, unusual geological formations, interesting archaeological sites and desert-adapted flora and fauna.
Activities available amongst others are: Self-guided nature walks in and around the camp; guided nature drives in search of the elusive desert-adapted elephants; excursions to explore the Twyfelfontein rock engravings.

Room Type: Standard View Double Room
Meal Basis: Full Board (all meals); Two Activities and Return Road transfer from and to Twyfelfontein airstrip.

Day 8 - 10Skeleton Coast

After a hearty breakfast, you will be driven back to Twyfelfontein airstrip for your Wilderness Safaris private Cessna plane to the Skeleton Coast. Stretching from the Swakop River to southern Angola, the Skeleton Coast is known as the ‘Land God Made in Anger’. This coast is desolate but breathtakingly beautiful. Thousands of miles of sandy desert dotted with shipwrecks meet with the cold waters of the Atlantic and somehow an amazing array of wildlife and flora manages to survive in this harsh but beautiful environment. Wildlife includes seabird colonies, Cape fur seals, zebra, gemsbok, desert-adapted elephant, lion, and giraffe …. Birders will also find plenty of interest on the Skeleton Coast, ranging from desert endemics like the Rüppell’s korhaan and the Benguela long-billed lark to the pelagic birds of the coast.

On arrival at the airstrip, you will be welcomed, and a 5-minute drive takes you to Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp, your base for the following 4 days and from which to explore the Skeleton Coast.
Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp is a small camp situated at the top of a valley which gives magnificent views of the surrounding hills and landscapes. With only eight large stylish en-suite tents guests can expect personalized service and attention to detail.
Morning and Afternoon nature drives into the surrounding area reveal a wealth of desert-adapted wildlife. A highlight of your stay at Hoanib Skeleton Coast is the day visit to the Skeleton Coast one of the world’s oldest deserts and an area of majestic beauty in a raw, brutal kind of way. It starts with a drive through the dunes, the riverbeds, the mountains, the barren terrains and the flood plains until the coast. Then a visit to the colony of seals, to a museum with skeletons and skulls from various animals, even humans. Lunch, a simple yet fantastic lunch on the beach, by the side of one of the ships that found its end on the fabulous coast, and the cherry on the cake, the light aircraft scenic flight back over the coast, spotting more shipwrecks and flamingos, and over the two oases in search of some air wildlife viewing. The Scenic Flight transfer back to the camp is spectacular.

Room Type: Luxury Double Tent
Meal Basis: Full Board (all meals); twice daily scheduled camp activities, park fees, laundry, Namibian VAT & Tourism Levy, and local drinks exclude premium imported brands and champagne.

Day 11 - 12Onguma Private Game Reserve (Etosha National Park)

Leaving behind dramatic landscapes and rugged coastlines as well as shipwrecks, your last stop on this iconic journey takes you to an area with abundant and diverse wildlife: Etosha National Park. After your last morning activity followed by a leisurely breakfast, you will be transferred to the airstrip for your light Cessna aircraft to Doro Nawas and then to Private Onguma Game Reserve, a 34 00 hectare-protected wilderness located on the eastern side of the Etosha National Park bordering Fischer’s Pan. On arrival at Onguma airstrip, you will be met and transferred to Onguma The Fort where your arrival will be announced on a large gong gong with two strokes.

The Fort at Onguma is one of the five lodges within the private game reserve. The Fort is unlike any other, the only one of its kind in Namibia, overlooking the beautiful scarceness of the Etosha Pans, to give the guests probably one of the best sunset views in the whole of Namibia. The lodge has iconic style and elegance, dramatic and commanding, ideal for luxury seekers and discerning travellers.
Morning game drives inside Etosha National Park are an opportunity for great game viewing. The Park spans an area of 22 270 square km whose large part is taken up by a vast salt pan. This beautiful barren and often haunting landscape is surprisingly abundant in game, which often congregates around the various waterholes scattered around the park, allowing for some spectacular game viewing. All guests have to do is wait near the waterholes and the game will come. The Park is home to hundreds of species of mammals, birds and reptiles, including several threatened and endangered species such as the black rhinoceros. Visitors can expect to see many buck species, elephants, giraffes, rhinos and lions. If you are lucky, you will see leopards and cheetahs. After good rains, the salt pan fills with water attracting a mass of flamingos. More than 340 bird species have been counted in the park.

Onguma Game Reserve has a waterhole which is very popular with the animals such as kudu, giraffe, eland, oryx, hartebeest, zebra and impala. Big cats such as lions, cheetahs and leopards have become everyday residents of the area as well as a family of black rhinos. Guests are encouraged to visit Onguma nature reserve photographic hide as it is a fantastic place to while the hours away up close and personal with wildlife giving opportunities for spectacular photographs.
Birds lovers are also rewarded as more than 300 bird species are shared here. During the Namibian summer months, the nature reserve becomes a birdwatcher’s paradise with thousands of species migrating to the wetlands created by the seasonal rains and ephemeral river systems.

Room Type: Bush Suite
Meal Basis: Fully Inclusive (all meals, Beverages – Bar and Mini Bar (beers, local spirits, soft drinks, water and house wines); 2 Activities per night stayed –Sundowner Drive (on Onguma Reserve) and Etosha AM Game Drive.

Transfer from and to the Onguma airstrip, VAT, Social Development Levy and NTB tourism levy.

Day 13Departure

After 3 days of Safaris bliss at Onguma Nature Reserve and Etosha National Park, it is time to wish farewell to the staff at the lodge as your spectacular safari comes to an end. After your last safari activity this morning, you will be transferred back to the Onguma airstrip for your light aircraft transfer to Windhoek. On arrival at Eros Airport, you will be met and transferred to Hosea Kutako Windhoek International Airport to connect with your flight home.

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