Namibia 2017 – Pre-designed Private Travel
Windhoek • Sossusvlei • Swakopmund • Okonjima
8 DAYS | PRICES FROM: $4,995 | BEGIN: Windhoek END: Windhoek
This itinerary can be modified based on your specific interests, preferred travel dates and budget.
This Pre-Designed Private Travel Experience includes deluxe accommodations, meals as indicated, expert local guides, entrance fees, all transfers and sightseeing excursions by private car. Package price is per person, based on double occupancy. Single supplement applies. Intra-tour air is subject to change. International air fare is additional.
Highlights & Inclusions
- Accommodations as shown
- Meals as indicated in the itinerary
- All transfers and sightseeing excursions by private car and driver
- Your own personal expert local guides
- Discover some of the world’s highest dunes at Sossusvlei in the heart of the Namib Desert
- Enjoy a marine dolphin and seal cruise on Walvis Bay
- Partake on a Bushman trail learning their way of life
- Search out lions, elephants, giraffes, and zebras
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DAY 1 • Windhoek, NAMIBIA---Olive Exclusive Boutique HotelNamibia’s past is as diverse as its landscapes. Its name derives from the Namib Desert, the world’s most ancient desert which stretches 2000 km from the Orange River in the South to the Kunene in the North. This is a land of many faces including the shifting dunes, the flat plains and the sandy riverbeds of the desert region. While Namibia is the most sparsely populated country in the world, it boasts a rich blend of 13 different ethnic groups.
Upon arrival in Windhoek, explore the old and new city renowned for its blend of German colonial and modern architecture. Visit Tintenpalast, the Palace of Ink and Christuskirche, the white walled former fort, Alte Feste, now a Namibian history museum.
DAYS 2 – 3 • Sossusvlei---Sossusvlei LodgeFly to Sossusvlei, a remarkable site in the Namib Naukluft Park and desert. A morning safari takes you to some of the highest sand dunes in the world, some towering over 1,000 feet above the Sossusvlei plains. Capture the moment as you photograph a lone oryx silhouetted against the shifting dunes. Meals: BLD
DAYS 4 – 5 • Swakopmund---Strand HotelExplore the “Jewel of Namibia” tucked between ocean and desert. Wander the ancient canyons of Moon Valley and learn about the medicinal and nutritional use of desert adapted flora. Take a catamaran on Walvis Bay and look for sea lions and dolphins. Meals: B
DAYS 6 – 8 • Okonjima Nature Reserve---Okonjima Luxury Bush CampOkonjima lies nestled within the unspoiled beauty of the Onboroko Mountains. It is a non-profit organization committed to conservation of Namibia’s large carnivores. Feel free to stroll around the garden, where you may encounter a variety of animals, which have been rescued by the Afri-Cat Foundation. Get in touch with nature on one of the numerous walking Bushman trails, where you will learn how they adapt and survive in a wilderness environment – a truly African experience. You will also have opportunities to look for the elusive leopard as well as cheetahs, amongst other wild animals. Meals: BLD
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Olive Exclusive Boutique Hotel • Windhoek, NAMIBIAThe Olive Exclusive – the first ultra-luxurious sanctuary of its kind in the Namibian capital – is cool, contemporary and stylish but with a warm heart and authentic African soul. Seven suites with wide glass doors opening to spacious decks provide a luxurious start to your Namibian safari.
Sossusvlei Lodge • Sossusvlei, NAMIBIASossusvlei Lodge is a luxurious retreat situated next to the oldest desert in the world, the Lodge blends in perfectly with the spectacular desert surrounds and features an eco-friendly design. Forty-five individual units include an air-conditioned bedroom under canvas with a deck, entrance hall and en suite bathroom. The al fresco terrace at the Lodge has views over Elim Dune and the floodlit waterhole.
Strand Hotel • Swakopmund, NAMIBIALocated seaside on the iconic Mole, it’s architecture honoring both the Namibian and German history of its location, the contemporary Strand Hotel features 3 restaurants and bars, gym and rooftop spa.
Okonjima Luxury Bush Camp • Okojima Nature Reserve, NAMIBIAOn the edge of a wilderness area, the Luxury Bush Camp has 8 thatched, African-style chalets and 1 junior suite. Each unit is a unique combination of earthy walls, glass windows and canvas, under a thatched roof. Situated to provide privacy for each chalet, they have an unrestricted view from the lounge area for views of the surrounding bush.