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Namibia ‘The Real Deal’

  • Windhoek, NamibRand Nature Reserve, Kaokoland, Etosha Heights Private Reserve
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Track endangered rhinos in Kaokoland, admire the dramatic beauty of the NamidRand and watch desert-adapted elephants roaming freely across Etosha on this enticing Namibian safari.

Set off for the exclusive NamibRand Nature Reserve where you can expect to find dazzling night skies, bright red dunes and desert plains scattered with antelope. From here you’ll journey to distant Kaokoland where you’ll be able to track desert-adapted wildlife along ancient riverbeds and get a deeper insight into the life of the indigenous Himba people. The wildlife-packed Etosha Heights Private Reserve, where you’ll experience the bush after dark on exciting night-time game drives, provides a thrilling conclusion to your safari. 

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    Day 1 Windhoek

    Arrive at Windhoek, you will be met and transferred to your stylish boutique hotel to relax after your flight. 

    Stay: One night in a luxury room at Olive Grove Guesthouse – bed & breakfast 

    Day 2-3 NamibRand Nature Reserve
    NamibRand Nature Reserve

    Neighbouring the Namib-Naukluft National Park in southern Namibia, the 200,000-hectare NamibRand Nature Reserve boasts one of the country’s most striking landscapes, complete with sweeping desert plains, craggy mountains, fairy circles and fiery red dunes.

    From your well-positioned lodge, you’ll set out on scenic drives, nature walks and quad biking excursions – keeping an eye out for wildlife like gemsbok, Burchell’s zebra and the bat-eared fox along the way. You can even traverse the landscape on horseback, enjoy hot air balloon flights and embark on day trips to the mighty sand dunes of Sossusvlei. A designated International Dark Sky Reserve, the area’s stargazing opportunities are phenomenal.

    Stay: Two nights in a luxury tented camp at Kwessi Dunes – full board

    Day 4-5 Kaokoland

    Today you’ll catch a flight to Sesfontein, transferring to your camp in northwestern Namibia’s Kaokoland. Rugged, remote and incredibly beautiful, Kaokoland is roamed by a remarkable array of desert-adapted wildlife who make their home amidst the region’s rocky mountains, sand dunes and desert. 

    You’ll be able to explore the area on foot and by vehicle, tracking elephants, giraffes and the endangered black rhino along the ancient, dry riverbeds. Bird watchers will have the opportunity to spot Monterio’s hornbills and Verreaux’s eagles in the valleys, while visits to nomadic Himba settlements offer a unique insight into life in this isolated region.

    Stay: Two nights in a luxury tented camp at Hoanib Valley Camp – full board

    Day 6-7 Etosha Heights Private Reserve
    Etosha Heights Private Reserve

    Another light aircraft flight now brings you to the exclusive Etosha Heights Private Reserve neighbouring Namibia’s celebrated Etosha National Park. The area is renowned for its prolific display of wildlife, with elephants, big cats, hippos, wildebeest, antelope and both black and white rhinos roaming free and unobstructed across the flat savannah. 

    When not enjoying guided game drives or bush walks, you can wildlife-watch from the comfort of your own room or get close-ups in the double-tiered photography hide. You can even experience the magic of the Namibian bush after dark on an exciting night-time game drive. 

    Stay: Two nights in a luxury room at Safarihoek Lodge – full board

    Day 8 Windhoek

    Leaving Etosha Heights behind, today you fly back to Namibia’s charming capital, Windhoek, where you can unwind after your safari. Otherwise you can wander the cafe-lined streets and markets, admire the colonial architecture and learn more about the city’s history in its museums. 

    Stay: One night in a luxury room at Olive Grove Guesthouse – bed & breakfast 

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