Tour overview

This Tour includes One (1) country which is Namibia.
For more information about the Tour, a booklet is available.

You will visit the following attraction:
* Waterberg National Park
* Safaris in Etosha National Park
* Damaraland
* Twyfelfontein Engraving
* Swakopmund – Walvis Bay
* Boat Cruise
* Tropic of Capricorn – Kuiseb Canyon
* Sossusvlei – Deadvlei – Dune 45 – Sesriem Canyon
* Windhoek

This Tour can also be personalized by clients;
Our agents are ready to listen to your wants and help out to create an unforgettable Tour.


  • Park Entrance Fees
  • Local Transportation
  • Lodge Accommodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Customization

Not Included

  • International Flights
  • Guide Gratuity
  • Personal Medical Insurance
  • Drinks
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Day 1: Windhoek - Waterberg Plateau

At Windhoek Airport or at your accommodation,
Discover the caring smile of your guide. He will quickly drive you to the plateau of Waterberg.
Making a stop at the craft market of Okahandja.
The plateau and the national park are named after the prominent table mountain that rises from the plateau, the Waterberg.
On arrival, small hiking to the plateau for a beautiful sunset.

When the stars light up the Namibian sky, you gather around a friendly table to listen to your guide's information and discuss the journey ahead - This will happen daily until the end of your tour.

Activities: Visit of the Art Market in Okahandja - Afternoon Hiking on top of plateau
Accommodation: Waterberg Plateau or Similar
Meals: Dinner
Stay: 1 Night

Day 2: Waterberg Plateau - Etosha National Park (Namutoni)

After breakfast, depart with your guide North East to Namutoni. It is in the animal park of Etosha that your stilt continues.
We offer you time to observe the animals! Photo enthusiasts will have to bring along their equipment and patience to capture the unusual encounters with wildlife.
You will be able to observe the groups of springboks, zebras, etc., but also the rarer species such as the black-faced impala (endemic to Namibia) or the dik-diks, the smallest African antelope. The interactions between the animals around the waterholes are often magical in Etosha, where you may come across the path of a leopard or a group of lionesses hunting!

Activities: Afternoon Game Drive in Etosha National Park
Accommodation: Mokuti Lodge or Similar
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Stay: 1 Night

Day 3: Etosha National Park (Namutoni) - Etosha Okaukuejo

Today after breakfast, you will have a full day Safari in the National Park of Etosho. Around Lunch Time, you will stop at Halali for Lunch and some refreshment. You will continue the Safari around 3PM on the way to Okaukuejo.

Activities: Full Day Game Drive in Etosha National Park
Accommodation: Okaukuejo Resort or Similar
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Stay: 1 Night

Day 4: Etosha National Park (Okaukuejo) - Damaraland

After breakfast, today you will visit the Himba Village.
The Himba are a tribe of nomadic pastoralists who live in the Kaokoland region of Namibia.
They are actually descendants of a group of Herero shepherds who fled to the north-west after being displaced by the Nama.
The Himba are indigenous peoples with an estimated population of about 50,000 in northern Namibia, in the Kunene region and across the Kunene River in Angola. We allow ourselves to ask you to buy some provision for them; they will be delighted to receive you on their land.

Activities: Himba Village Visit
Accommodation: Palmwag Lodge or Similar
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Stay: 2 Nights

Day 5: Damaraland

After breakfast, drive to Twyfelfontein, which has one of the largest concentrations of rock engravings in Africa. Most of these works, well preserved, represent rhinos, elephants, ostriches and giraffes, as well as footprints of men and animals.
Visit of the Rock Engraving, Burnt Mountain and the Basaltic Organ Pipe.
Free afternoon after Lunch!

Activities: Twyfelfontein Rock Engraving - Burnt Mountain - Basaltic Organ Pipe
Accommodation: Palmwag Lodge or Similar
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 6: Damaraland - Swakopmund

Today departure to Swakopmund, passing by Uis, mining village.
Before Uis we will be able to see the Brandberg, the highest peak of Namibia. Continuation to Swakopmund and installation.
Swakopmund is a small oceanfront town, bordered on the south by Swakop west and coastal dunes. The coolness of the current of Benguela will allow you to make pleasant walks by the sea or in the dunes. Some lodges also offer spa treatments (especially massages) particularly popular after several days on the Namibian slopes.
Swakopmund is a coastal city in Namibia, west of the capital, Windhoek. Its sandy beaches face the Atlantic Ocean.
Established by German colonists in 1892, the city’s colonial landmarks include the Swakopmund Lighthouse and the Mole, an old sea wall. Next to the lighthouse, the Swakopmund Museum documents Namibian history. Inland, the elegant Swakopmund Railway Station, now a hotel, also dates to the colonial era.

Activities: City Tour of Swakopmund
Accommodation: The Dome Hotel
Meals: Breakfast
Stay: 2 Nights

Day 7: Swakopmund - Walvis Bay - Swakopmund

Early departure to Walvis Bay, the main port town of Namibia. A boat trip on the lagoon leads you to search for dolphins and sea lions - NOT Private
Early morning trip on the Atlantic Ocean by boat, looking for sea lions, dolphins, pelicans, cormorants and possibly the rare fish "Mola-Mola". This sea adventure allows you to discover the aquatic life of the coast in the best possible conditions, on a comfortable and spacious boat, usually a catamaran with a maximum capacity of 25 people.
Did you know that the Atlantic in Namibia was home to so many fur seals? You will observe them this morning from a catamaran. In the afternoon, free time in the confusing "Seaside" city of Swakopmund, founded by the German commander Curt Von Francois in 1892. The objective was to create a competing port of the one of Walvis Bay (held by the English) to put into service a naval line between Hamburg and Namibia from 1899. This was to facilitate the supply from Germany and support the colonization of the region.
Lunch during the boat trip

Optional Activities: Flight over the Namib Desert, 4X4 in the Dunes Sandwich harbor, QuadBiking ...
We can make the reservation for you for these activities and you can pay on the spot.

Activities: Boat Cruise
Accommodation: The Dome Hotel
Meals: None

Day 8: Swakopmund - Sossusvlei

Today after breakfast, you will continue the road to the south, in Naukluft Park. Cross the Kuiseb Pass and the Tropic of Capricorn. Namib is one of the oldest and driest deserts in the world, covering more than 15% of the country on the Atlantic.
The accumulation of sand and the formation of the dunes spread between 40 and 15 million years.
Quick stop at Solitaire for pictures and a Refreshment.

Activities: Kuiseb Pass - Tropic of Capricorn - Solitaire - Namib Naukluft Park
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Accommodation: Desert Quiver or Similar
Stay: 2 Nights

Day 9: Sossusvlei

After breakfast, today will be all about forms and colors. The Sossusvlei dunes rise more than 375 meters above the Tsauchab River that flows from East to West in the desert, just a few kilometers from the Atlantic Ocean. They are among the highest dunes in the world. These dunes are located above an ancient petrified desert that forms a
basement of sandstone.
After lunch, you will visit the Sesriem Gorge.

Optional Activities: Air Ballooning, Helicopter, Flight over the Dunes
We can make the reservation for you for these activities and you can pay on the spot.

Activities: Dune 45, Sossusvlei, Deadvlei, Sesriem Canyon, Namib Naukluft
Accommodation: Desert Quiver or Similar
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 10: Sossusvlei - Windhoek

Quiet breakfast at the lodge, and then drive to Windhoek, where you will arrive in the late morning or early afternoons.
If time permits you will visit the city with your guide or do some shopping,
before being transferred to the international airport if your flight is due.

Activities: NONE
Accommodation: NONE
Meals: Breakfast

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