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Tour NAMIBIA: 8 Day Best of Namibia Fly-In Safari #12

8 DAY BEST OF NAMIBIA FLY-IN SAFARI

Safari Overview

Experience a spectacular 8-day luxury Namibia Safari across a diverse range of breathtaking and unique landscapes. An unforgettable, custom African safari adventure where you will enjoy magnificent wildlife, luxury accommodation and extraordinary experiences.

Traverse the glorious open spaces of Namibia’s spectacular terrains, over 8 spectacular days filled with our handpicked selection of the best sights, experiences and accommodation in Namibia.

Explore the world’s oldest desert at Sosusvlei where its striking tall red sand dunes and huge clay pan create a sensational habitat for splendid wildlife including Springboks, Ostriches, Oryx, bat-eared foxes, rare aardwolves and lots more. From leisurely photo safaris to excursions you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Uncover the unique sights at Swakopmund over two days, where the Skeleton Coast, Namib Desert, shipwrecks, birdlife, desert wildlife and more create provide an unforgettable experience to treasure.

Enjoy the rich wildlife on display at Etosha National Park, where you can embark upon your own tour of the park’s splendid waterholes to see everything from hundreds of species of birds to the Big-Five, lack-faced impala, flamingos, Hartmann’s mountain zebra and lots more.Etosha provides a dazzling display of the Namibian wilds and a superb location for a photo safari.

A monumental, once in a lifetime safari adventure across Namibia with magical experiences that you won’t find anywhere else in the world.

Itinerary Details
Click on the buttons/links below for LOCATION and ACCOMMODATION details and pictures
Price

2020 / 2 Pax $ 7,890/ per person sharing /2 pax min.

2020 / 4 Pax $ 5,890/ per person sharing /2 pax min.

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Sosusvlei & the Namib desert
  • Swakopmund
  • Etosha National Prk
Departure & Return Location

Windhoek International Airport (Google Map)

Price Includes
  • Accommodation & Meals as specified
  • "Inter-Africa" flight as per itinerary
  • Tour Guide (where applicable)
  • All transportation as specified on itinerary
  • Activities as specified in itinerary
Price Excludes
  • International airfare
  • Tips & Private Expenses
  • Visa's (When applicable)
  • Additional accommodation before or after the safari
  • Park and enhance fees as indicated
Map


 VISA & Levy’s

  • Zimbabwe: Foreigners need to obtain a visa at the port of entry.Cost os US $ 50 per person and should be paid in cash.
  • No other visa’s are required for USA citizens entering into South Africa, Namibia or Botswana
  • Please refer to https://travel.state.gov/content/travel.html for updated information on each country

VACCINATIONS

Please refer to your health care professional for advise , as well as the CDC for updated information, but typically only malaria prevention medication is advised. Usually, no  other shots are required

*NOTES

  1. Cost may vary depending on actual booking dates and currency fluctuations. Airline tickets have been estimated and can vary depending on booking dates, fares and available flights
  2. BOARDING: Full Boarding (Dinner, Bed & Breakfast) / B&B (Bed & Breakfast). Drinks might or might not be included depending in the specific location – please inquire if you need details
  3. Child policy may apply & single occupancy policy apply
  4. Park entry fees and cable car ride fees are not included
  5. Checking passport validity and sufficient empty pages needed in the passport remains the client’s responsibility
  6. Checking and obtaining the necessary/applicable VISA’s for each country visited is the client’s responsibility

They say that all bugs in Africa bite…but the Safari Bug is the worst of them all!

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SOSUSVLEI

Experience Sosusvlei!

Sosusvlei is located in The Namib Naukluft park, the largest conservation area in Africa, and 4th largest in the world - surely one of the most spectacular sights in Namibia. The best time to view Sosusvlei is close to sunrise and sunset - the colors are strong and constantly changing, allowing for wonderful photographic opportunities.
Lying between a high inland plateau and the Atlantic Ocean, the Namib Desert extends along the coast of Namibia, merging with the Kaokoveld Desert into Angola in the north and south with the Karoo Desert in South Africa. The ochre-colored dunes of the Namib Desert are iconic of Namibia as a country and the renowned Sosusvlei Dune area of this arid desert region is especially well-loved for its towering red-orange sand dunes. Namibia's Namib Desert is an ideal place to experience the vastness of Africa's desert landscapes, soaking up the peace and quiet like nowhere else on earth.

Some of the highest dunes in the world are found in the Sosusvlei area, one of the top travel highlights in the Namib. Some of Sosusvlei's tallest dunes, created by the winds, reach over 300m high. Another Namib Desert attraction is the Sesriem Canyon, a deep gorge formed by the Tsauchab River about 2 million years ago. The best time to view Sosusvlei is close to sunrise and sunset; the colors are strong and constantly changing, allowing for wonderful photographic opportunities.

'Vlei' is the Afrikaans word for a shallow depression filled with water (well, a depression that might sometimes be filled with water!), and the name 'Sosusvlei' should strictly only be applied to the pan that lies at the place where the dunes close in, preventing the waters of the Tsauchab River from flowing any further - that is, on the rare occasions that the river does flow as far as this. During exceptional rainy seasons, Sosusvlei may fill with water, causing Namibians to flock there to witness the grand sight, but normally it is bone dry. This particular 'vlei' is actually a more-or-less circular, hard-surfaced depression that is almost entirely surrounded by sharp-edged dunes, beyond which lies a formidable sea of rolling sand, stretching in unbroken immensity all the way to the coast.

Throughout this vast and unforgiving landscape, a number of animals and plants have adapted to life here, including the mountain zebra, gemsbok, short-eared elephant shrew, Grant's golden mole, Karoo bustard and Peringuey's adder. There is also an extraordinary diversity of succulent plants, as well as the shrub-like Welwitschiamirabilis, which has only 2 leaves and can live for over 1,000 years!

Sosusvlei Area Lodge

Experience the desert!

Nestled against the west side of the Namib Mountains, guests can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view over the vast open plains. The lodge offers 11 individual thatch roofed comfortable and cozy chalets and an exclusive suite. The unique location in the vastness of the nature reserve offers complete peace and tranquility.

ACTIVITIES
Activities are focused on exploring the nearby world-famous Sosusvlei - an enormous clay pan, flanked by the famous sand dunes that stand out starkly against the blue sky. These dunes - the most well-known being Big Daddy or Dune 45 - have developed over millions of years, the wind continuously refashioning the contours of this red sand sea. The 'vlei' itself only fills after rare heavy rainfall when, in a complete turn-around, it transforms into a spectacular turquoise lake. On the edge of the Namib, the oldest desert in the world, wildlife around the camp is fascinating in its adaptation to the harsh conditions. Sparse, yet thrilling to see, are springbok, gemsbok, ostrich, bat-eared fox, the rarely seen aardwolf and many small faunas. Excursions to the incredible dunes of Sosusvlei are a must. Explore the wonders of Sosusvlei from the luxury of a safari vehicle!

SWAKOPMUND

Oasis in the desert

Fly north west towards the coast line and some shipwrecks to the coastal town of Swakopmund. Swakopmund is a quaint little town sandwiched between the Atlantic Ocean and the Namib Desert and has its own authentic colonial charm. From the rugged, desolate beauty of the desert, to the historical grace of its buildings, a visit to the Skeleton Coast is a unique experience.

Travelers have long mystified the Skeleton Coast with its intriguing stories of shipwrecks, desolate dunes and beach roaming carnivores. But due to its harsh environment and long history under varying control and protection, few people have had the opportunity to experience this fascinating corner of the world. With a new eco-tourism venture, the northern sector of the Skeleton Coast is becoming more accessible to the high scale adventure. Click for activities

Swakopmund Accommodation

Beach-front Guest House

Ideally located on the beachfront!

Accommodation comprises of 9 individually decorated rooms. These rooms are furnished with either a 4-poster king-size bed or twin beds, and each room features an en-suite bathroom with a rain shower. In addition, each room contains air-conditioning and heating, and a TV for media entertainment.

A buffet breakfast is served in the dining room. Vegetarian and vegan dishes can be arranged as well. The guest house also boasts a guest lounge, in-house spa treatments, free Wi-Fi Internet, and a deck that overlooks the beach and ocean with direct access. Parking is available for vehicles, and private shuttle services can be arranged. .

ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK

Namibia Safari!

Etosha National Park is one of Southern Africa's finest and most important Game Reserves. Etosha Game park was declared a National Park in 1907 and covering an area of 55,000 square acres, it is home to 114 mammal species, 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species and, surprisingly, one species of fish. Etosha National Park is largely flat with vast grasslands surrounding its famous Etosha Pan. The bush is scanty and the animals that call this area home have adapted to these arid conditions. Most of the year, they have to rely on the numerous waterholes (some natural, some man-made) that are dotted throughout this vast reserve.

Believed to have originated over 12 million years ago as a shallow lake, Etosha is said to have the tallest Elephants in Africa, (up to 12 feet the shoulder), Etosha is recognized as being one of the last wild sanctuaries of the endangered Black Rhino.

A San (Bushman) legend about the formation of the Etosha Pan tells of how a village was raided and everyone but the women slaughtered. One woman was so upset about the death of her family she cried until her tears formed a massive lake. When the lake dried up nothing was left apart from a huge white pan.

Etosha is undoubtedly the feather in Namibia’s safari cap. It’s a unique and dramatic destination that may spoil you for life with its fascinating smorgasbord of wildlife – and its unique way of viewing them.

The game viewing in Etosha National Park is excellent! Etosha hosts a vast array of animals, including the Big Five, as well as giraffes, and rare and unusual species like the black-faced impala, Hartmann’s mountain zebra or the smallest antelope in the world, the Damara dik-dik. More fortunate visitors will see leopard and cheetah. A series of waterholes along the southern edge of the pan guarantee rewarding and often spectacular viewing! Home to 114 mammal species, 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species and, surprisingly, one species of fish. The grassy plains around a huge salt pan, becomes a beautiful lake after heavy rains and attracts large flocks of pink candy-floss colored flamingo.

Etosha Area Lodge

Big 5 safari days!

The camp is situated eastern edge of the Etosha Pan, on elevated wooden decks, offering a maximum of 15 units (30 beds), with the associated restaurant, bar area and an infinity pool overlooking the pan. All rooms are built on elevated wooden decks, with thatched roofs, insulated canvas walls and large, wooden-framed retractable doors allowing spectacular panoramic views. Each chalet has two ¾ beds, except in the honeymoon chalet where a king-size bed will be provided.

Spend your evenings dining on the finest cuisine from the on-site restaurant or enjoy a drink from the bar under the starlit African sky. The camp also boasts a gorgeous infinity pool, perfect for unwinding after a long day of game-drives and guided walks across the pan. Access includes exclusive areas within the north-eastern sandveld area of Etosha which are not open to self-drive visitors.

ACTIVITIES
Book a Sosusvlei & Deadvlei excursion to see all the wonder the desert has to offer!

ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK

Namibia Safari!

Etosha National Park is one of Southern Africa's finest and most important Game Reserves. Etosha Game park was declared a National Park in 1907 and covering an area of 55,000 square acres, it is home to 114 mammal species, 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species and, surprisingly, one species of fish. Etosha National Park is largely flat with vast grasslands surrounding its famous Etosha Pan. The bush is scanty and the animals that call this area home have adapted to these arid conditions. Most of the year, they have to rely on the numerous waterholes (some natural, some man-made) that are dotted throughout this vast reserve.

Believed to have originated over 12 million years ago as a shallow lake, Etosha is said to have the tallest Elephants in Africa, (up to 12 feet the shoulder), Etosha is recognized as being one of the last wild sanctuaries of the endangered Black Rhino.

A San (Bushman) legend about the formation of the Etosha Pan tells of how a village was raided and everyone but the women slaughtered. One woman was so upset about the death of her family she cried until her tears formed a massive lake. When the lake dried up nothing was left apart from a huge white pan.

Etosha is undoubtedly the feather in Namibia’s safari cap. It’s a unique and dramatic destination that may spoil you for life with its fascinating smorgasbord of wildlife – and its unique way of viewing them.

The game viewing in Etosha National Park is excellent! Etosha hosts a vast array of animals, including the Big Five, as well as giraffes, and rare and unusual species like the black-faced impala, Hartmann’s mountain zebra or the smallest antelope in the world, the Damara dik-dik. More fortunate visitors will see leopard and cheetah. A series of waterholes along the southern edge of the pan guarantee rewarding and often spectacular viewing! Home to 114 mammal species, 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species and, surprisingly, one species of fish. The grassy plains around a huge salt pan, becomes a beautiful lake after heavy rains and attracts large flocks of pink candy-floss colored flamingo.

Estosha Park Tented Camp

Big game safari days!

The Camp is situated a mere 10 kilometers from the Von Lindequist gate of the world famous Etosha National Park.Offering a down-to-earth tented bush camp experience which is well suited as an exceptional affordable base for independent travelers and families exploring the magical Etosha Pan National Park.

The main House is thatched and has a true bush camp feel to it. The early evenings see a camp fire lit where guest can exchange stories of the day’s wildlife sightings. Dinner, lunch and breakfast are served on the thatched verandah with the bush being a mere step away.

The early evenings are spent around a campfire for guests to exchange stories of the day’s wildlife sightings. Mushara Bush Camp is your optimal family destination on the doorstep of one of the world’s top wildlife havens.

The Camp accommodates 32 guests and eight children in custom-built tent-like structures, offering a down-to-earth bush-camp experience and providing an exceptionally affordable base for independent travelers and families en route to explore the magical Etosha National Park.