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Namibia - 10 Day Adventure Safari

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Where the Namib Desert stretches languidly from the Atlantic Ocean and wild land extends into infinity, dreams become real. The place where fantasy meets reality. Take our outstretched hand and let us introduce you to our extraordinary country. The Land of Open Spaces, as Namibia is affectionately known, with its undiscovered landscapes and unspoiled nature, makes for a perfect and widely diverse travel destination. The well-developed road infrastructure, our private, adventurous & family friendly tours, charter companies, and the welcoming people will ensure that your visit to Namibia is an unforgettable experience. Whether you’re in search of the perfect romantic breakaway, ultimate adventure or are just wishing to lose yourself in the wildlife, cultural diversity and mesmerizing scenery reflecting Namibia’s untouched beauty.

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Day 1 Arrive in Windhoek

Stop At: Windhoek

Your tour guide/driver will meet you at the airport. The drive into Windhoek takes around 30 minutes, so you can relax and enjoy the scenery on the way to your first destination. Our local representative will meet you at the hotel this afternoon to go through your itinerary with you, hand over your comprehensive tour file, and answer any questions you may have about the adventure ahead. Enjoy a City Tour walking/driving with your tour guide of Windhoek’s historical buildings & monuments as well as the suburbs of Khomasdal, Katutura & Ludwigsdorf.

Duration: 2 hour

Day 2 Edge of the Kalahari

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How would you feel if I were to tell you there is a place where material wealth, French perfume and a fancy job title don’t exist? Be prepared to stride into a universe beyond your wildest travel dreams. Where stars are wealth and the air a fragrance beyond any human concoction. The Kalahari Desert, an enchanting destination stretches across three southern African countries, My magic dust lies buried in the Namibian Kalahari. You get so close to the heartbeat of nature that you can lose yourself in a blink of an eye. At the same time you’ll touch your inner worth. Here’s a seamless theme of rawness and perfection painted on a canvas of untouched earth. Enriching colors ranging from a shady peach, exploding into tangerine decorate the dunes. Take off your shoes and let the softness of the dawn or twilight sand with its caring touch, caress the soles of your feet. Free yourself and allow the wind to stroke its fingers through your hair. Admire the love song it sings to the Acacia tree. Allow the sun to kiss your skin with glowing lips.

Duration: 24 hour

Day 3 Namib Naukluft Park

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This natural phenomenon can be found close to Sossusvlei, where the Namib Desert is in full control of the environment.

Duration: 4 hour

Stop At: Dune 45

The world’s tallest sand dunes are in the Namibian desert — and it was here, at Dune 45, that you would see heaven and earth collide with the rising sun.

Duration: 1 hour

Day 4 Namib Naukluft Park

Stop At: Sesriem Canyon

The 3km-long, 30m-deep Sesriem Canyon, 4km south of the Sesriem headquarters, was carved by the Tsauchab River through the 15-million-year-old deposits of sand and gravel conglomerate. There are two pleasant walks: you can hike upstream to the brackish pool at its head or 2.5km downstream to its lower end. Check out the natural sphinxlike formation on the northern flank near the canyon mouth.

Duration: 2 hour

Day 5 Swakopmund

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Walvis Bay are the lagoon with its prolific bird life and one of the richest and most important wetlands in southern Africa.

Day 6 Swakopmund

Stop At: Swakopmund Jetty

In 1905 the need for a good cargo- and passenger-landing site led Swakopmund’s founders to construct the original wooden pier. In the years that followed, it was battered by the high seas and damaged by woodworm, and in 1911 construction began on a 500m iron jetty. When the South African forces occupied Swakopmund, the port became redundant (they already controlled Walvis Bay), so the old wooden pier was removed in 1916, and the unfinished iron pier – a starkly beautiful thing – was left to the elements.

Duration: 1 hour

Day 7 Damaland

Stop At: Twyfelfontein

Twyfelfontein or /Ui-//aes has one of the largest concentrations of rock engravings in Africa. The rock art engravings and paintings in Twyfelfontein form a coherent, extensive and high quality record of ritual practices relating to hunter-gather communities in this part of southern Africa over at least two millennia.

Duration: 2 hour

Day 8 Etosha National Park

Stop At: Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park is the greatest wildlife sanctuary in Namibia. The Park offers a variety of accommodation options and spectacular wildlife viewing.

Duration: 4 hour

Day 9 Etosha National Park

Stop At: Etosha Pan

The Etosha Pan is a vast, bare, open expanse of shimmering green and white that covers around 4,800km², almost a quarter of the beautiful Etosha National Park. At 130 km’s long and up to 50km’s wide in places, it is comfortably the largest salt pan in Africa and is the park’s most distinctive and dramatic feature, visible even from space.

Duration: 4 hour