Diverse Namibia is a true adventure, taking in this vast country from Sossusvlei dunes to the Namib Desert, the Atlantic coast to the ancient Damaraland plains and Etosha’s wildlife.

African Safaris: Diverse Namibia

This Exploration takes in the soaring red dunes of Sossusvlei, the life-filled blue Atlantic Ocean, the desert and denizens of Damaraland, and the plains game and predators of Etosha National Park. As we journey between destinations the spectacular landscapes are revealed, completing this fantastic adventure.

Highlights:

  • Exclusive accommodation in private reserves and concessions and private access to Sossusvlei.
  • Activities include game drives, scenic walks and visiting ancient rock engravings at Twyfelfontein.
  • Track the rare desert-adapted elephants, following ancient paths to their freshwater springs.

Itinerary

As its name suggests, Diverse Namibia offers a diverse mix of experiences, from desert exploration to boating, scenic drives to walks, all in a variety of different places, meeting a wealth of different people and animals.

Days 1 & 2

Drive from Windhoek Airport to the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve, Sossusvlei. Spend time on the iconic red dunes as well as scenic drives taking in the unique wildlife that survives in one of the world’s oldest and most arid deserts. We stay at Kulala Adventurer Camp.

Days 3 & 4

Transfer by road, taking in spectacular scenery to Swakopmund, a picturesque town with an eclectic mix of European and African culture. Nights are spent at the Hansa Hotel, which forms part of city’s architectural heritage. We explore the ice-blue Atlantic coast with a “Dolphin and Seal” catamaran cruise from Walvis Bay (weather permitting).

Days 5, 6 & 7

Travel up past Brandberg Mountain (second-largest monolith on earth) via Ugab Save the Rhino Trust Camp for lunch to Damaraland Adventurer Camp. Game drives and nature walks showcase the stark desert beauty and its fascinating desert-adapted wildlife and incredible geological formations.

Days 8 & 9

Transfer by road to Andersson’s Camp in the private Ongava Game Reserve on the boundary of Etosha National Park, the highest density wildlife area within Namibia. In the former and the latter, we experience the pinnacle of game viewing.

Day 10

Driving south, we return to Windhoek at 13h00 where the adventure ends.

Rates

Departure Dates

Language Start Depart From End
English  Wed – 20 January 2016  Windhoek Fri – 29 January 2016
English  Mon – 01 February 2016  Windhoek  Wed – 10 February 2016
English  Wed – 10 February 2016  Windhoek  Fri – 19 February 2016
English  Sun – 06 March 2016  Windhoek Tue – 15 March 2016
English  Mon – 21 March 2016  Windhoek  Wed – 30 March 2016
English  Mon – 28 March 2016  Windhoek  Wed – 06 April 2016
English  Sat – 02 April 2016  Windhoek  Mon – 11 April 2016
English  Fri – 15 April 2016  Windhoek  Sun – 24 April 2016
English  Mon – 18 April 2016  Windhoek  Wed – 27 April 2016
English Sun – 08 May 2016 Windhoek Tue – 17 May 2016
English  Wed – 11 May 2016  Windhoek Fri – 20 May 2016
English Mon – 23 May 2016  Windhoek  Wed – 01 June 2016
English  Sat – 04 June 2016  Windhoek   Mon – 13 June 2016
English  Thu – 16 June 2016  Windhoek  Sat – 25 June 2016
English  Sun – 19 June 2016  Windhoek  Tue – 28 June 2016
English  Fri – 01 Jul 2016  Windhoek Sun – 10 July 2016
English  Thu – 07 July 2016  Windhoek  Sat – 16 July 2016
English  Tue – 19 July 2016  Windhoek  Thu – 28 July 2016
English  Fri – 22 July 2016  Windhoek  Sun – 31 July 2016
English  Wed – 03 August 2016  Windhoek  Fri – 12 August 2016
English  Sat – 06 August 2016  Windhoek  Mon – 15 August 2016
English  Thu – 18 August 2016  Windhoek  Sat – 27 August 2016
English  Tue – 30 August 2016  Windhoek  Thu – 08 September 2016
English Fri – 09 September 2016  Windhoek Sun – 18 September 2016
English  Wed – 21 September 2016  Windhoek  Fri – 30 September 2016
English  Sun – 02 October 2016  Windhoek  Tue – 11 October 2016
English  Wed – 05 October 2016  Windhoek  Fri – 14 October 2016
English  Thu – 20 October 2016  Windhoek  Sat – 29 October 2016
English  Wed – 26 October 2016  Windhoek  Fri – 04 November 2016
English  Mon – 31 October 2016  Windhoek  Wed – 09 November 2016
English  Sat – 05 November 2016  Windhoek  Mon – 14 November 2016
 English  Sun – 27 November 2016  Windhoek  Tue – 06 December 2016
English Wed – 07 December 2016 Windhoek Fri – 16 December 2016
English Mon – 19 December 2016 Windhoek Wed – 28 December 2016
English Sat – 24 December 2016 Windhoek Mon – 02 January 2017

 

Fully inclusive – Per person sharing per exploration Rates
20 January 2016 to 31 May 2016 R 34,632
01 June 2016 to 31 October 2016 R 40,122
01 November 2016 to 02 January 2017 R 34,632

As a set-departure guided journey, Diverse Namibia’s fully inclusive rates comprise the expertise of one knowledgeable and professional guide who leads you from beginning to end, combined with tailor-made services like logistics, sightseeing and accommodation in our camps.

Inclusions on the Safari (as per the detailed itinerary provided):
• Accommodation as specified
• A reasonable amount of soft drinks, mineral water, fruit juice, house wine and beer, as well as local spirits such as gin   and Amarula whilst at Kulala Adventurer Camp, Damaraland Adventurer Camp and Andersson’s Camp
• All meals from lunch on Day 1, excluding dinner on the second night in Swakopmund and lunch on Day 10
• All activities as per the detailed itinerary
• Road transfers as specified
• National Park Fees

Exclusions on the Safari (as per the detailed itinerary provided):
• Visas
• All relevant entry and departure government taxes and unexpected increases thereto •All personal purchases,
including curios, meals, drinks not specified above, telephone calls, compulsory comprehensive travel insurance,
gratuities, etc.
• All drinks whilst in Swakopmund
• Laundry
• Any pre- and/or -post tour arrangements
• Optional extra activities/services, not included in the detailed itinerary
• All flights
• Any new Government taxes, levies, fuel or industry increases which are beyond our control