Wonders of Namibia

10 days*
From 26158 SEK was 30770 SEK
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Overview
Embark on a Namibian adventure rich in wildlife and culture. Set out on wildlife drives in Etosha National Park in search of elephants, giraffes, and lions; visit the Cheetah Conservation Fund to get up close to these vulnerable cats; and gaze at one of Africa’s most dramatic desert landscapes. Like the shifting sand dunes that reshape its horizon, this incredible place will transform you.

Overview

  • Departs/Ends: Windhoek to Windhoek
  • Travel style: National Geographic Journeys
  • Physical rating: 2
  • Age requirements: You must be 18 to travel unaccompanied on a G Adventures tour. For minors travelling with a guardian over 21 years old, the minimum age is 12.
  • Trip type: Max 14, Avg 12

What you get

  • Accomodation: Hotels/lodges (9 nts)
  • Transport: Air-conditioned touring vehicle, 4x4, open safari vehicle, walking
  • Meals: 9 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 6 dinners
  • Team leader: CEO (Chief Experience Officer) throughout, local guides and rangers.

Extras

  • The international flight to and from start and finish city is not included in the tour price. Allow USD190-250 for meals not included.

Map & Itinerary

Day 1 Windhoek
Arrive at any time. Arrival transfer included.
Day 2 Windhoek/Sesriem
Enjoy the dramatic Namibian landscapes as we drive to the desert area of Sesriem, gateway to Namib-Naukluft National Park. Settle in to our desert lodge, relax at the pool, or enjoy a cool drink watching the stunning sunset over the desertscape. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 3 Sesriem
Embark on a scenic excursion into the national park to explore the Namib Desert. Visit Sossusvlei and Deadvlei — clay pans covered in a crust of salt-rich sand surrounded by burnt orange and red towering dunes. It's considered one of the most stunning desert landscapes in Africa. After, visit Sesriem Canyon, a natural gorge carved out by the Tsauchab River. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 4 Sesriem/Swakopmund
Continue through changing desert landscapes, keeping an eye out for free-roaming zebra, kudu, springbok, and oryx. Stop in the quirky town of Solitaire for a break before heading out into the countryside. Here we meet a local to this remote region who takes us on a drive and talks about the survival strategies of ancient bushmen who lived in the area. We also search out smaller animal life that manages to survive in these harsh conditions such as snakes, geckos, spiders, and insects to learn how they have adapted to this arid region. After, continue to Swakopmund on the Atlantic coast. Meals included: breakfast, lunch
Day 5 Swakopmund
Enjoy a free morning. Opt to go sandboarding, or just take a walk in town. This afternoon, explore the township of Mondesa with a local guide, learning about its people and history. Visit the local market for an introduction to traditional food including wild spinach, mopane worms, and dried kapenta fish. Also visit an art and craft shop, meet with some locals, then visit a family-run establishment for dinner and local entertainment. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 6 Swakopmund/Palmwag
Continue on to Twyfelfontein where we visit the ancient petroglyphs which were named Namibia's first UNESCO World Heritage Site. The site is thought to hold the largest concentrations of Bushman engravings in Africa, with over 2500 figures, ranging from 2000-5000 years old. Finish the day on the Palmwag Concession, in northwest Damaraland. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 7 Palmwag/Etosha National Park Area
Enjoy a relaxed morning at the lodge, or opt for a guided nature walk in the Palmwag Concession. In the afternoon we continue to our lodge located in the Etosha National Park area, considered the greatest wildlife sanctuary in Namibia. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 8 Etosha National Park Area
Embark on a full day open vehicle safari drive in the national park with a local guide. There is abundant wildlife that congregate around the waterholes, so keep your cameras at the ready for elephants, lions, endangered black rhinos, and even leopards. Over lunch, you have time to relax at one of the rest camps, take a swim, or sit back and watch the animals as the come to the waterhole. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 9 Etosha National Park Area/Windhoek
After breakfast, visit the Cheetah Conservation Fund, a global field research and education facility founded by Dr. Laurie Marker whose research has been supported by National Geographic. Tour the facility to learn about the important research, conservation, and community outreach work they do as one of the world’s leading organizations dedicated to saving the cheetah in the wild. Meet with a researcher for a lecture to learn about the various projects in the works, then enjoy a cheetah drive to view some of these amazing creatures up close. After, enjoy lunch on the veranda overlooking the magnificent Waterberg Plateau. Continue on to Windhoek for our final evening. Meals included: breakfast, lunch
Day 10 Windhoek
Depart at any time. Meals included: breakfast
Dates & Prices
All years
08 Jan 2020
17 Jan 2020
26158 SEK 30770 SEK
7+ left
  • Departs from: Windhoek
  • Ends in Windhoek
Price per person 26158 SEK 30770 SEK -15%
29 Jan 2020
07 Feb 2020
30770 SEK
2 left
  • Departs from: Windhoek
  • Ends in Windhoek
Price per person 30770 SEK
26 Feb 2020
06 Mar 2020
26158 SEK 30770 SEK
2 left
  • Departs from: Windhoek
  • Ends in Windhoek
Price per person 26158 SEK 30770 SEK -15%
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Overview

Embark on a Namibian adventure rich in wildlife and culture. Set out on wildlife drives in Etosha National Park in search of elephants, giraffes, and lions; visit the Cheetah Conservation Fund to get up close to these vulnerable cats; and gaze at one of Africa’s most dramatic desert landscapes. Like the shifting sand dunes that reshape its horizon, this incredible place will transform you.

Is this trip for me?

  • Departs/Ends: Windhoek to Windhoek
  • Travel style: National Geographic Journeys
  • Physical rating: 2
  • Age requirements: You must be 18 to travel unaccompanied on a G Adventures tour. For minors travelling with a guardian over 21 years old, the minimum age is 12.
  • Trip type: Max 14, Avg 12

What you get

  • Accomodation: Hotels/lodges (9 nts)
  • Transport: Air-conditioned touring vehicle, 4x4, open safari vehicle, walking
  • Meals: 9 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 6 dinners
  • Team leader: CEO (Chief Experience Officer) throughout, local guides and rangers.

Extras

The international flight to and from start and finish city is not included in the tour price.

Allow USD190-250 for meals not included.

Map & Itinerary
Day 1 Windhoek
Arrive at any time. Arrival transfer included.
Day 2 Windhoek/Sesriem
Enjoy the dramatic Namibian landscapes as we drive to the desert area of Sesriem, gateway to Namib-Naukluft National Park. Settle in to our desert lodge, relax at the pool, or enjoy a cool drink watching the stunning sunset over the desertscape. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 3 Sesriem
Embark on a scenic excursion into the national park to explore the Namib Desert. Visit Sossusvlei and Deadvlei — clay pans covered in a crust of salt-rich sand surrounded by burnt orange and red towering dunes. It's considered one of the most stunning desert landscapes in Africa. After, visit Sesriem Canyon, a natural gorge carved out by the Tsauchab River. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 4 Sesriem/Swakopmund
Continue through changing desert landscapes, keeping an eye out for free-roaming zebra, kudu, springbok, and oryx. Stop in the quirky town of Solitaire for a break before heading out into the countryside. Here we meet a local to this remote region who takes us on a drive and talks about the survival strategies of ancient bushmen who lived in the area. We also search out smaller animal life that manages to survive in these harsh conditions such as snakes, geckos, spiders, and insects to learn how they have adapted to this arid region. After, continue to Swakopmund on the Atlantic coast. Meals included: breakfast, lunch
Day 5 Swakopmund
Enjoy a free morning. Opt to go sandboarding, or just take a walk in town. This afternoon, explore the township of Mondesa with a local guide, learning about its people and history. Visit the local market for an introduction to traditional food including wild spinach, mopane worms, and dried kapenta fish. Also visit an art and craft shop, meet with some locals, then visit a family-run establishment for dinner and local entertainment. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 6 Swakopmund/Palmwag
Continue on to Twyfelfontein where we visit the ancient petroglyphs which were named Namibia's first UNESCO World Heritage Site. The site is thought to hold the largest concentrations of Bushman engravings in Africa, with over 2500 figures, ranging from 2000-5000 years old. Finish the day on the Palmwag Concession, in northwest Damaraland. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 7 Palmwag/Etosha National Park Area
Enjoy a relaxed morning at the lodge, or opt for a guided nature walk in the Palmwag Concession. In the afternoon we continue to our lodge located in the Etosha National Park area, considered the greatest wildlife sanctuary in Namibia. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 8 Etosha National Park Area
Embark on a full day open vehicle safari drive in the national park with a local guide. There is abundant wildlife that congregate around the waterholes, so keep your cameras at the ready for elephants, lions, endangered black rhinos, and even leopards. Over lunch, you have time to relax at one of the rest camps, take a swim, or sit back and watch the animals as the come to the waterhole. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 9 Etosha National Park Area/Windhoek
After breakfast, visit the Cheetah Conservation Fund, a global field research and education facility founded by Dr. Laurie Marker whose research has been supported by National Geographic. Tour the facility to learn about the important research, conservation, and community outreach work they do as one of the world’s leading organizations dedicated to saving the cheetah in the wild. Meet with a researcher for a lecture to learn about the various projects in the works, then enjoy a cheetah drive to view some of these amazing creatures up close. After, enjoy lunch on the veranda overlooking the magnificent Waterberg Plateau. Continue on to Windhoek for our final evening. Meals included: breakfast, lunch
Day 10 Windhoek
Depart at any time. Meals included: breakfast
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Dates & Prices
All years
Jan 08
08 Jan 2020 17 Jan 2020
10 days
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30770 SEK 26158 SEK
  • Departs from Windhoek
  • Ends in Windhoek
Price per person 30770 SEK 26158 SEK
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Jan 29
29 Jan 2020 07 Feb 2020
10 days
2 left
30770 SEK
  • Departs from Windhoek
  • Ends in Windhoek
Price per person 30770 SEK
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Feb 26
26 Feb 2020 06 Mar 2020
10 days
2 left
30770 SEK 26158 SEK
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Price per person 30770 SEK 26158 SEK
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