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Warm Welcome to Namibia’s Hub

A warm welcome on arrival at Windhoek (Hosea Kutako) International Airport, where an English-speaking driver will escort you to the hotel.

The country’s capital is a bustling metropolis that is unexpectedly neat, orderly, well-structured and has a diverse range of cultural attractions, architecture, and entertainment. Experience the harmonious blend of African and European cultures and the friendliness of its people.

At midday you will be met in the hotel reception by a local guide for a Bicycle Tour through the township of Katutura.

Travelling through Katutura by bicycle shows a side of the township you wouldn’t get by just passing through by car – you can smell the lunch at the food markets, and enjoy the vibrant buzz of locals going about their daily activities.

Head back to the hotel and enjoy dinner at leisure.

From the City to the Dunes

After breakfast, a rental vehicle will be delivered to the hotel.

Depart on your self-drive journey to the Namib-Naukluft National Park, Sossusvlei. The self-drive journey is approximately 4 hours.

On arrival at the Lodge you will be met by a local guide and shown to your room before enjoying a well-deserved lunch.

In the late afternoon set out with a local English-speaking guide on a Dune Quad Bike Adventure.

Enjoy breath-taking views over the Desert grass plains with occasional photo stops where our knowledgeable guides explain the Desert fauna and flora. Watch a spectacular sunset at the highest point of the foothills.

Head back to the lodge and enjoy dinner at leisure.

Daring Day on the Dunes

Today’s adventure will be a full day drive in the Famous Namibian Dunes.

A spectacular drive through the Dune corridor to the Vlei, gaining information and learning all about the beautiful vista. Explore Dune 45, the world’s most photographed dune. A guided walk up to Dead Vlei is a must. Climb to the upper ridge of Big Daddy Dune, one of the highest dunes in the area!

Head back to the lodge and enjoy dinner at leisure.

From the Dunes to the Ocean

After breakfast, continue on your self-drive journey to Swakopmund. The self-drive journey will take approximately 5 hours.

From its cobbled streets and picturesque buildings, the charming town of Swakopmund retains a strong German flavour. Swakopmund is perfect for relaxing after a few days in the desert; wash off the sand and sample renowned Swakopmund fare.

On arrival at the hotel, check in relax and enjoy the surroundings.

Pelican Point Peninsula Discovery

This morning after breakfast depart on a half day Historical Pelican Point Peninsula Tour, with an experienced local English-speaking guide.

Witness the workings of a salt refinery located en route to Pelican Point. Apart from the beautiful natural scenery, today’s highlights include the historic Pelican Point Lighthouse, a large colony of Cape Fur Seals and some historic sites such as a shipwreck, rails from an old supply train and the Walvis Bay Lagoon.

Enjoy a delicious lunch in the local town. In the late afternoon head out on a Sunset Cruise.

While enjoying sundowners, head westward past the oyster farms.  There is always the opportunity to meet with pelicans and view playful seals, and if luck permits, leaping dolphins and shy sunfish.  With the sun setting behind the lighthouse at Pelican Point, enjoy chilled sparkling wine and oysters.

Head back to the hotel and enjoy dinner at leisure.

From Ocean Delights to Cultural Wonders

After breakfast at the hotel, the journey continues to Damaraland. The self-drive journey is approximately 3 hours and 30 minutes.

In this near barren landscape, you will find the most breath-taking mountainous region which is home to an assortment of desert-adapted wildlife such as elephant, rhino, zebra and lion.

On arrival at the lodge, relax and enjoy your surroundings.

From Tribal Warriors to the African Bushveld in a day

This morning, enjoy an early breakfast before being met by an experienced English-speaking guide and heading out to meet the people of the local Himba Tribe.

These friendly people are closely related to the Herero and lead a semi-nomadic life as herdsmen, breeding mainly cattle and goats. The community lives among the majestic Makalani palms at Palmfontein and invites visitors to learn more about their proud and ancient lifestyle and traditions. See their cone-shaped homestead made from palm leaves, mud and cattle dung and learn more about their unique customs and techniques.

Return to the lodge, check out and continue on your self-drive journey to Etosha National Park. The self-drive journey is approximately 4 hours.

The dramatic landscapes in Etosha National Park make this safari experience unique. Etosha’s most well-known feature is the vast salt pan that is found at its heart, which is so big it can be seen from space. It holds one of the largest, and perhaps the most stable, population of black rhino in the world and is Malaria Free.

On arrival at the lodge, relax and enjoy the surroundings before heading out on a guided sunset game drive.

A day in the African Bushveld

An early wakeup call this morning before heading out on a full day Etosha National Park Safari.

This afternoon, relax and enjoy your surrounds or embark on another sunset safari.

Explore the national park with a professional local guide who is familiar with the waterholes and the animals that visit them. Let them introduce you to African wildlife from the elevated seat of an open game vehicle.

Head back to the lodge and enjoy dinner under the African sky.

From the African Bushveld to the Waterberg Plateau

An early wakeup call this morning before heading out on a walking safari.

Explore Namibia as the first explorers did, on foot and in awe of its untouched nature and allure. Walks through the Etosha National Park are both awe-inspiring and humbling, as you tread along the path’s animals roam free on and observe their intimate lives from a careful distance.

On return to the lodge, check out and continue your self-drive journey to Waterberg Plateau Park. The self-drive journey is approximately 3 hours.

The Waterberg is famous for the nature reserve established on the plateau in 1972. Waterberg Plateau Park is the home of game such as buffalo, white and black rhino, giraffe as well as eland, roan and sable antelope. The Waterberg Mountain Range is about 50 km long, up to 16 km wide and rises from the plains of the Omaheke, as this part of the Kalahari is known, to a height of up to 200 meters. This natural barrier often intercepts clouds, causing them to release their moisture.

This afternoon, depart on a short hike to enjoy some exclusive sundowners on Mount Olympus.

Enjoy your exclusive sundowner on Mount Olympus at the edge of the Kalahari. Hike up to the top of the mountain with a guide who will share insights into nature as well as life and traditions of the Herero people along the way.

Head back to the lodge and enjoy dinner under the African sky.

Reminisce with Rhino

After breakfast, today’s adventure will be Rhino Tracking on foot.

Guided by your local tracker you will explore the nature reserve hoping to track Rhino on foot and view game such as oryx or red hartebeest, kudu, or giraffe.

Head back to the lodge and enjoy dinner under the African sky.

Time to take your memories Home

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast this morning, before continuing on your self-drive journey back to Windhoek (Hosea Kutako) International Airport, for the homeward flight. The self-drive journey is approximately 4 hours.

"Better to see something once than hear about it a thousand times.” Asian Proverb

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