This seven-day luxury fly-in safari covers most of Namibia's best and most iconic safari destinations – the distinctive ochre dunes of Sossusvlei, the twisted, desolate landscape of Damaraland and the Kaokoveld where you're likely to spot the legendary desert-adapted elephant and Etosha, Namibia's ancient national park. Flying over this vast country, you'll also get an insight into its fascinating detail and incredible landscapes.
- Sossusvlei dunes – the highest free-standing dunes in the world
- Dramatic Damaraland with its geological phenomena and desert-adapted wildlife
- Kaokoveld desert region
- Etosha National Park, one of the most ancient, game-rich parks in Africa
- Flying between camps allows you to cover enormous distances
- Excellent mix of highlights for first-time and seasoned visitors to Namibia
- Luxury safari camps set in enormous private concessions
Days 1 & 2: Fly from Windhoek to Kulala Wilderness Reserve, Sossusvlei
Days 3 & 4: Fly north to Torra Conservancy, Damaraland
Days 5 & 6: Fly to Ongava Game Reserve bordering Etosha National Park
Day 7: Return flight to Windhoek
Itinerary in detail
Days 1 & 2
Flying from Windhoek, you'll enjoy views of the beautiful landscapes of Namibia on your way to the Namib Desert. You'll spend the next two nights at the luxurious Kulala Lodge in the wilderness reserve with easy access to the towering burnt-red dunes of Sossusvlei.
You can also upgrade to the exclusive Little Kulala if budget and availability permit. Up early to take advantage of the soft morning light, you'll visit the dunes and the fascinating Sesriem Canyon and enjoy scenic sundowners.
Hot air balloon excursions are a terrific way to experience the light, silence and enormity of this ancient desert (extra cost, weather permitting).
Days 3 & 4
Departing Sossusvlei, you'll head northwards with a scenic flight over the Namib Desert to get a view of the incredible 'dune sea' as well as catching a glimpse of one of the famous shipwrecks or old mining camps. Landing for refuelling at Swakopmund, you'll head inland to the flat-topped mountains and arresting landscapes of Damaraland where you'll spend the next two nights at Damaraland Camp.
This arid area is famous for its diverse wildlife as well as the desert-adapted elephant and black rhino. It's also an outstanding example of a successful partnership with the local Torra community.
Days 5 & 6
Fly onwards to Ongava Game Reserve by light aircraft, getting a look at the stark contrast between the barren, rocky landscapes of Damaraland and Kaokoveld and the greener, grassy plains of Ongava and Etosha National Park. Your home for the next two nights will be either Ongava Tented Camp or Ongava Lodge. The tented camp overlooks a busy waterhole that attracts myriad wildlife.
The lodge is built around a rocky outcrop with views of vast plains. At night, its waterhole is floodlit and you can watch for hours as the many night visitors come to quench their thirst.
After a short but unforgettable overview of Namibia and its rich landscapes, you'll transfer by light aircraft to Windhoek's Hosea Kutako International Airport for your onward travel arrangements.
|Period||Price per person (pp)|
|November 1, 2021 - December 12, 2021||
|January 6, 2022 - March 31, 2022||
|April 1, 2022 - May 31, 2022||
|June 1, 2022 - June 30, 2022||
|July 1, 2022 - October 31, 2022||
|November 1, 2022 - November 30, 2022||
|December 1, 2022 - December 31, 2022||
The rates are per person sharing and include local flights. This is a price estimate, not a firm quote. Final price will depend on choice of lodge, number of people and date of travel. Discounted rates may apply during the green season (January to March).
- Flights on light aircraft as detailed
- Luxury accommodation as detailed with all meals
- Two guided game activities daily at each lodge
- Includes as per each lodge
- International flights and visas
- Optional extras eg hot air ballooning at Sossusvlei
- Items of a personal nature
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Take in many of the Top Namibian Attractions in this vast and fascinating country – the burnt-red dunes of Sossusvlei, the desolate Skeleton Coast, the quaint quasi-Bavarian seaside town of Swakopmund and the startling geographical features of Damaraland. Search for the desert-adapted elephants and lions and explore Etosha National Park with its ancient salt pan – all in the company of your own highly experienced personal guide.
Famous for its arresting desert scenery and outstanding game viewing, Namibia is one of Southern Africa's top travel destinations. Its most captivating attraction, the ancient Namib Desert, presents endless ochre dunes and parched salt pans, while the game-viewing gem of Etosha National Park offers a world-class safari experience. Natural wonders include the Fish River Canyon, Etosha Pan, Sossusvlei, Waterberg Plateau and the fertile Caprivi Strip.