Wonders of Namibia

10 days*
From 25808 SEK was 34399 SEK
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Overview
From flaming red sand dunes to arid woodlands that harbour some of the world’s largest elephant herds, Namibia bursts with unique natural wonders. Set out on wildlife drives in the renowned Etosha National Park in search of lions, rhinos, giraffes, and the elusive leopard. Visit the Cheetah Conservation Fund to learn about efforts to protect these vulnerable cats, and delve into one of the continent’s most dramatic landscapes—the timeless Namib desert.
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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.
  • Your own room

Map & Itinerary

Day 1 Windhoek
Arrive at any time. Arrival transfer is included.
Day 2 Windhoek/Sesriem
Set off from the Namibian capital towards Sesriem, the gateway to jaw-dropping Namib-Naukluft National Park. Drive past red-hued desertscapes, stark camel thorn trees, and dramatic curved dunes while keeping an eye out for the astonishing creatures that call these arid lands home—the oryx, springbok, jackal, hyena, and more. Settle in to our lodge and relax poolside, watching a fiery crimson sunset over the desert. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 3 Sesriem
Embark on a thrilling excursion into one of Africa’s largest national parks aboard a 4x4. Explore the Namib desert, the oldest desert in the world; and venture to the massive dunes at Sossusvlei and the white clay pan of Deadvlei. Capture dramatic images of dead camel thorn trees against a backdrop of orange dunes and a crisp blue sky. Then visit the Sesriem Canyon, a natural gorge carved out by the Tsauchab River over millions of years. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 4 Sesriem/Swakopmund
Continue by road through changing desert landscapes towards the coastal city of Swakopmund. Look out for roaming zebra, kudu, springbok, and oryx on the way, and take a break in the quirky town of Solitaire before heading into the countryside. Here, we meet a local for a 4x4 drive through the desert, learning about the survival strategies of bushmen who lived in this inhospitable area thousands of years ago. We also search for the smaller wildlife that has managed to survive here, such as snakes, geckos, spiders, and an array of insects. Meals included: breakfast, lunch
Day 5 Swakopmund
Enjoy a free morning in Swakopmund, getting a taste of the town’s unique Afro-German culture; or opt to go sandboarding in the Namib desert. This afternoon, take a tour of Mondesa township with a local guide, learning about its people and history. Visit the local market for an introduction to traditional foods such as wild spinach, mopane worms, and dried sardines or kapenta. Stop by an arts and crafts shop; chat with the locals; and round off the day with dinner and a performance at a cozy family-run establishment. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 6 Swakopmund/Palmwag
Make your way to Twyfelfontein—Namibia’s first UNESCO World Heritage site—to see some of Africa’s largest concentrations of petroglyphs. Marvel at these remarkable engravings, carved by prehistoric hunter-gatherers and depicting rhinos, elephants, and ostriches, as well as human and animal footprints. Then continue to our lodge on the Palmwag nature reserve in northwest Damaraland. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 7 Palmwag/Etosha National Park Area
Enjoy a relaxed morning at our lodge or opt for a guided walk in the Palmwag reserve, home to many rare, desert-adapted species. In the afternoon, travel towards Etosha National Park, arguably Namibia’s most spectacular wildlife sanctuary. Settle into our lodge, located outside of the park. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 8 Etosha National Park Area
Spend a full day on safari in Etosha National Park, where open grasslands converge on a massive salt pan. Etosha harbours some of the largest populations of lions, elephants, and endangered black rhinos in the world, so keep your camera on the ready as you explore in your open vehicle. Enjoy lunch at one of the park’s rest areas, where you can also take a swim; and sit back and watch all manner of creatures—including hundreds of species of birds—flock to the nearby watering hole. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 9 Etosha National Park Area/Windhoek
After breakfast, visit the Cheetah Conservation Fund, a global research and education center founded by National Geographic Grantee Dr. Laurie Marker. Tour the facility to learn about the important conservation and community outreach work they do to protect the world’s fastest land animal, and enjoy a talk by one of the researchers. Then head out on a drive through the grounds to meet some of the center’s rescued and rehabilitated cheetahs. Continue to Windhoek for our final evening. Meals included: breakfast, lunch
Day 10 Windhoek
Depart at any time. Meals included: breakfast
Dates & Prices
All years
03 Jun 2020
12 Jun 2020
25808 SEK 34399 SEK
7+ left
  • Departs from: Windhoek
  • Ends in Windhoek
  • Double shared room
Price per person 25808 SEK 34399 SEK -25%
10 Jun 2020
19 Jun 2020
27528 SEK 34399 SEK
7+ left
  • Departs from: Windhoek
  • Ends in Windhoek
  • Double shared room
Price per person 27528 SEK 34399 SEK -20%
17 Jun 2020
26 Jun 2020
34399 SEK
3 left
  • Departs from: Windhoek
  • Ends in Windhoek
  • Double shared room
Price per person 34399 SEK
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Overview

From flaming red sand dunes to arid woodlands that harbour some of the world’s largest elephant herds, Namibia bursts with unique natural wonders. Set out on wildlife drives in the renowned Etosha National Park in search of lions, rhinos, giraffes, and the elusive leopard. Visit the Cheetah Conservation Fund to learn about efforts to protect these vulnerable cats, and delve into one of the continent’s most dramatic landscapes—the timeless Namib desert.

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.
Your own room

Allow USD190-250 for meals not included.

Map & Itinerary
Day 1 Windhoek
Arrive at any time. Arrival transfer is included.
Day 2 Windhoek/Sesriem
Set off from the Namibian capital towards Sesriem, the gateway to jaw-dropping Namib-Naukluft National Park. Drive past red-hued desertscapes, stark camel thorn trees, and dramatic curved dunes while keeping an eye out for the astonishing creatures that call these arid lands home—the oryx, springbok, jackal, hyena, and more. Settle in to our lodge and relax poolside, watching a fiery crimson sunset over the desert. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 3 Sesriem
Embark on a thrilling excursion into one of Africa’s largest national parks aboard a 4x4. Explore the Namib desert, the oldest desert in the world; and venture to the massive dunes at Sossusvlei and the white clay pan of Deadvlei. Capture dramatic images of dead camel thorn trees against a backdrop of orange dunes and a crisp blue sky. Then visit the Sesriem Canyon, a natural gorge carved out by the Tsauchab River over millions of years. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 4 Sesriem/Swakopmund
Continue by road through changing desert landscapes towards the coastal city of Swakopmund. Look out for roaming zebra, kudu, springbok, and oryx on the way, and take a break in the quirky town of Solitaire before heading into the countryside. Here, we meet a local for a 4x4 drive through the desert, learning about the survival strategies of bushmen who lived in this inhospitable area thousands of years ago. We also search for the smaller wildlife that has managed to survive here, such as snakes, geckos, spiders, and an array of insects. Meals included: breakfast, lunch
Day 5 Swakopmund
Enjoy a free morning in Swakopmund, getting a taste of the town’s unique Afro-German culture; or opt to go sandboarding in the Namib desert. This afternoon, take a tour of Mondesa township with a local guide, learning about its people and history. Visit the local market for an introduction to traditional foods such as wild spinach, mopane worms, and dried sardines or kapenta. Stop by an arts and crafts shop; chat with the locals; and round off the day with dinner and a performance at a cozy family-run establishment. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 6 Swakopmund/Palmwag
Make your way to Twyfelfontein—Namibia’s first UNESCO World Heritage site—to see some of Africa’s largest concentrations of petroglyphs. Marvel at these remarkable engravings, carved by prehistoric hunter-gatherers and depicting rhinos, elephants, and ostriches, as well as human and animal footprints. Then continue to our lodge on the Palmwag nature reserve in northwest Damaraland. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 7 Palmwag/Etosha National Park Area
Enjoy a relaxed morning at our lodge or opt for a guided walk in the Palmwag reserve, home to many rare, desert-adapted species. In the afternoon, travel towards Etosha National Park, arguably Namibia’s most spectacular wildlife sanctuary. Settle into our lodge, located outside of the park. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 8 Etosha National Park Area
Spend a full day on safari in Etosha National Park, where open grasslands converge on a massive salt pan. Etosha harbours some of the largest populations of lions, elephants, and endangered black rhinos in the world, so keep your camera on the ready as you explore in your open vehicle. Enjoy lunch at one of the park’s rest areas, where you can also take a swim; and sit back and watch all manner of creatures—including hundreds of species of birds—flock to the nearby watering hole. Meals included: breakfast, dinner
Day 9 Etosha National Park Area/Windhoek
After breakfast, visit the Cheetah Conservation Fund, a global research and education center founded by National Geographic Grantee Dr. Laurie Marker. Tour the facility to learn about the important conservation and community outreach work they do to protect the world’s fastest land animal, and enjoy a talk by one of the researchers. Then head out on a drive through the grounds to meet some of the center’s rescued and rehabilitated cheetahs. Continue 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
Jun 03
03 Jun 2020 12 Jun 2020
10 days
7+ left
34399 SEK 25808 SEK
  • Departs from Windhoek
  • Ends in Windhoek
  • Double shared room
Price per person 34399 SEK 25808 SEK
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Jun 10
10 Jun 2020 19 Jun 2020
10 days
7+ left
34399 SEK 27528 SEK
  • Departs from Windhoek
  • Ends in Windhoek
  • Double shared room
Price per person 34399 SEK 27528 SEK
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Jun 17
17 Jun 2020 26 Jun 2020
10 days
3 left
34399 SEK
  • Departs from Windhoek
  • Ends in Windhoek
  • Double shared room
Price per person 34399 SEK
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