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Classic Namibia Tour

DAY 1: ARRIVAL / WINDHOEK

Upon arrival at Windhoek Airport, guests will be met and assisted by an English Speaking representative at the arrival hall before driving to the first accommodation - Naankuse Lodge.

Naankuse Lodge

This special lodge offers a unique opportunity to enjoy a tranquil break where one can unwind and relax surrounded by African wildlife. The lodge is perfectly located to start or finish a trip to Namibia and also offer day trips to experience an exciting carnivore feeding tour.

The lodge is crafted from ecologically clean material including solid logs and glass to complement N/a’ankusê's beautiful wilderness setting. Here, guests will find six luxurious, individual chalets and a tranquil dining area with stunning views, bar and swimming pool.

Accommodation: Naankuse Lodge on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast basis

DAY 02: WINDHOEK / KALAHARI

After breakfast check out and continue the journey to the edge of the Kalahari Desert and Teufelskrallen Tented Camp.

Teufelskrallen Tented Camp

The tent houses are large, comfortable and tastefully furnished. Thanks to their canvas enclosing, they are larger than the cabin tents and thus offer more comfort. They include their own bathroom with shower and toilet that can be reached via a wooden boardwalk. All tent houses feature a fridge and mini bar.

Accommodation: Teufelskrallen Tented Camp on a Bed and Breakfast basis

DAY 03: KALAHARI / SOSSUSVLEI

The journey continues with a drive further south to Hoodia Desert Camp. En-route, visitors may wish to see Duwisib Castle, a castle fortress built in the hills of southern Namibia by German Baron Captain Hans Heinrich von Wolf for his wife.

Hoodia Desert Lodge

Nestled on the banks of the Tsauchab River is the beautiful Hoodia Desert Camp. The lodge is situated southeast of Sesriem, about a 15-minute drive to the Sossusvlei Gate. The lodge bungalows have open air bathrooms and shaded porches. Sundowners and night-caps can be enjoyed in the bar with its deck pool, a great spot to jump in and cool off from the hot, Namibian desert sun. Fine dining should be accompanied by fine South African wines, from their very own underground wine cellar, day or night. Accommodation at the lodge consists of luxury tented bungalows, each equipped with a private open-air en-suite bathroom, air-conditioning, tea/coffee station, in-room safe, shaded porch and stargazing platform.

Sossusvlei

Sossusvlei is a huge clay pan surrounded by massive dunes in the heart of the Namib-Naukluft National Park. Some dunes surrounding the vlei reach heights of more than 380 meters.

Accommodation: Hoodia Desert Lodge on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast basis

DAY 04: SOSSUSVLEI

Breakfast at the lodge

Day is spent at leisure, time to relax and enjoy the surrounding

Dinner at the lodge

Accommodation: Hoodia Desert Lodge on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast basis

DAY 05: SOSSUSVLEI / SWAKOPMUND

After breakfast, the journey will continue to Namibia’s Coastal Jewel: Swakopmund. The drive will take visitors two of Namibia’s most famous canyons, the Gaub and Kuiseb Canyons. Approximately 30 kilometers prior to arriving in Swakopmund, is the port town of Walvis Bay.

Villa Margherita

Villa Margherita, The Charming House, is an antique colonial villa in the heart of Swakopmund. It is a fusion of contemporary charm and historic colonial architecture. Villa Margherita offers seclusion and personalized service. All rooms offer a flat screen TV, safe, hairdryer and free wireless internet connection. Personal laptops are available upon request (subject to availability).

Accommodation: Villa Margherita on a Bed and Breakfast basis

DAY 06: SWAKOPMUND

Breakfast at the villa

Day is spent at leisure or guests may want to do a Marine Cruise on the Walvis Bay Lagoon

Overnight stay at the villa

Accommodation: Villa Margherita on a Bed and Breakfast basis

DAY 07: SWAKOPMUND / DAMARALAND

After breakfast, continue tour to Damaraland, we recommend a visit to the famous rock engravings and paintings at Twyfelfontein, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007, Burnt Mountain and the rock formation known as “The Organ Pipes”.

Damara Mopane Lodge

Built under Mopane trees in a wattle-and-daub style, and connected by a labyrinth of paths, the main building and chalets of Damara Mopane Lodge look like an African village. The walls are adorned by copies of the rock engravings at Twyfelfontein. The gardens supply fresh ingredients for meals, the swimming pool is ideal for relaxing and there’s a view point for enjoying the beautiful sunsets and star-studded night sky.

Accommodation: Damara Mopane Lodge on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast basis

DAY 8: DAMARALAND

Breakfast at the lodge

Day spent at leisure to relax or enjoy the lodge’s facilities

Dinner and overnight stay at the lodge

Accommodation: Damara Mopane Lodge on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast basis

DAY 09: DAMARALAND / ETOSHA

After breakfast, continue onto Nambia’s famed Etosha National Park.

And stay at Dolomite Camp on this day.

Dolomite Camp

Nestled in the dolomite outcrops of the pristine western Etosha National Park, Dolomite Camp offers an intimate experience of one of the most scenic areas of the park. The Camp consists of a spacious reception, lounge, bar and restaurant area – offering sunrise and sunset views over the surrounding savannah. From this point, a walkway leads to thatched, en suite chalets, of which two are deluxe chalets, with own plunge pools. The Camps interiors are designed to harmonize the natural surroundings, characterized by dolomite formations, mopane, moringa and savannah woodland.

Accommodation: Dolomite Camp on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast basis

Etosha National Park

Etosha was first established in 1907, when Namibia was a German colony known as South West Africa. At the time, the park’s original 100,000 km² (38,500 mile²) made it the largest game reserve in the world. Due to political changes since its original establishment, the park is now smaller; but still spans 23,000 km² of savanna and shrub lands, supporting up to 114 different mammal species, including the endangered Black Rhinoceros and endemic Black-nosed Impala; as well as some 300 different bird species. The Etosha Pan dominates the park. This salt pan is roughly 130 km long and as wide as 50 km in places. The pan is usually dry, but fills with water briefly in the summer, when it attracts pelicans and flamingoes. Perennial springs attract a variety of animals and birds throughout the year.

DAY 10: ETOSHA

Breakfast at the camp, afterwards check out and transfer to another camp in Etosha National Park.

Okaukuejo Restcamp

Okaukuejo Restcamp, located near the southern entrance of Etosha National Park, is famous for its flood-lit waterhole from which visitors can observe wildlife.

Accommodation: Okaukuejo Rest Camp on a Bed and Breakfast basis

DAY 11: ETOSHA / WATERBERG

Breakfast at the camp

Check out and drive towards Waterberg Plateau near Otjiwarongo.
Check in at the lodge and spent the rest of the day at leisure

Waterberg Wilderness Lodge

The buildings of Waterberg Wilderness Lodge lie sheltered in a long valley in the midst of the Waterberg massif. Built from red Waterberg sandstone they are nestled under enormous old trees. In the mature, well-kept garden with its two pavilions and the bricked-in spring water basin lined by giant bamboo the atmosphere is idyllic and there are many cool and shaded spaces.

In the afternoon guests are welcome to have a piece of cake in the tea garden, and afterwards join a guide on a scenic drive.

The place for a drink after sunset is the campfire or the fireplace at the bar. Fresh dishes from the typically Namibian farmhouse kitchen are served for dinner.

Accommodation: Waterberg Wilderness Lodge on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast basis

DAY 12: WATERBERG

Breakfast at the lodge

Day is spent at leisure

Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel

Accommodation: Waterberg Wilderness Lodge on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast basis

DAY 13: WATERBERG / WINDHOEK

After breakfast leave the Waterberg Plateau guests return to the hub of Namibia: Windhoek

The Elegant Guesthouse

Experience tranquility, elegance and style at the newly built Elegant Guesthouse situated close to Windhoek’s Central Business District. The luxurious double rooms offer guests the perfect base from which to relax, explore and conduct business. The Elegant Guesthouse endeavors to make their guests stay as comfortable as possible and to provide personalized service and genuine hospitality.

Accommodation: The Elegant Guesthouse on a Bed and Breakfast basis

DAY 14: WINDHOEK / DEPARTURE

Breakfast at the hotel

Free time until check out, transfer to Windhoek Airport for your onward departure flight.

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