Day 1 : WINDHOEK
Arrival in Cape Town
Meet and greet with our local representative and hand over of your travel documents
Pick up car rental. Self drive to your accommodation, Windhoek.
Night at Hilton Hotel and breakfast.
Day 2 : OTJIWARONGO
Departure to the region Otjiwarongo. Arrival at your Lodge.
Afternoon, excursion in 4×4.
Dinner, night and breakfast at Okonjima Main Camp
Day 3 : ETOSHA
Departure to Etosha
Diner, night and breakfast at Mushara Lodge.
Day 4 : ETOSHA
Safari in Etosha with your own vehicule (park entrance fees payable locally).
Dinner, bed and breakfast at Okaukuejo Premier Water Hole.
Day 5 : ETOSHA
Photo safari in the western part of Etosha National Park (the Park entrances to pay on the spot Okaukuejo) on your own. This part, which was previously reserved for scientists and tour operators, has been recently opened to customers of the Dolomite lodge.
Day 6 : DAMARALAND
Departure to Damaraland and the oasis of Palmwag from where a shuttle will take you to the Desert Rhino Camp.
Dinner, bed and breakfast at Desert Rhino Camp and activities (safari to observe black rhino and desert elephant)
Day 7 : DAMARALAND
4×4 excursion to observe desert elephants and rhinos.
Lunch, dinner, bed and breakfast at Desert Rhino Camp and activities.
Day 8: DAMARALAND
Road to DoroNawas Camp.
Visit Twyfelfontein rock engravings (payable locally)
Dinner, night and breakfast at Doro Nawas Camp.
Day 9 : SWAKOPMUND
Departure to the Atlantic coast, Swakopmund.
Night, bed and breakfast at Swakopmund Hotel.
Day 10: SWAKOPMUND – WALVIS BAY
Boats depart from Walvis Bay at 09h00 and cruise the harbour through to the Bird Island, and then cut across the lagoon to moored Russian trawlers where inquisitive seals will swim up to the boats for something to eat. From there you head for Pelican Point where entertainment is provided by a large seal colony and schools of dolphins might be swimming alongside the boats.
Or enjoy Sandwich Harbour excursion: Depart in 4×4 vehicle from Walvis Bay, first stopping off at the Lagoon to view the masses of birds that live in one of the biggest natural wetlands in the Southern Hemisphere. The drive down to Sandwich takes in the Kuiseb river delta, a dry river bed where the odd springbok may still be seen, with the vehicles continuing along the beach until the natural fresh water lagoon is reached. Clients can walk along the length of this lagoon, taking in the magical scenery of sky-high dunes with an even more varied bird life found in the fresh waters. After a sit-down picnic lunch including a selection of snacks, salad, bread, fresh fruit with white wine and drinks, the route homewards will be done testing the power of the vehicles on the dunes, the highlight being the 45m high roaring dune, to return to Walvis Bay by 16h00.
Day 11 : DESERT DU NAMIB
Road to Sesriem
Dinner, bed and breakfast at Sossusvlei Lodge
Day 12 : SESRIEM-SOSSUSVLEI
Early morning departure to go on your own before the sunrise to the Desert Namib Park ( fee entrances to p ay). You will have to take a 4×4 shuttle (+ – 100 NAD to return) (or you can book it in advance at the lodge) Visit the magical dunes of Sossusvlei and the Dead Vlei. If you are brave enough, climp up to the top of the “BigDaddy” dune.
Day 13 : NAMIB RAND – WOLWEDANS
Full day in the Namib Rand reserve.
Fully inclusive and activities included in Wolwedans Dune Lodge (1 double and 1 triple)
Day 14: WINDHOEK
Drive to Windhoek
Night at the Hilton Hotel and breakfast.
Day 15 : Return
Drop off car rental at Windhoek airport and check in for your international flight. End of our services