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9 days in Namibia
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  • 25.08.2024 –
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Price per person

$ 4050

In the journey program:

Sossusvlei Plateau
Unique Sandwich Harbour
Safari in Etosha National Park
Himba tribe
Observing cheetahs
Boat cruise
Meeting with Bushmen
Meeting with seals
Museum graveyard in Solitaire
German town Swakopmund


  • Accom in hotels and lodge dbl/twin (single with surcharge)
  • Tickets to attractions according to the program
  • National Park tickets
  • Breakfasts
  • Transfers and petrol on the way
  • Professional photography and travel video

Not included

  • Air tickets your city-Windhoek-your city
  • Visa to Namibia
  • Lunches and dinners
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips

Day 1

Arrival in Windhoek

We’ll meet at the Windhoek airport and, after going through all border procedures, we’ll rendezvous with the guide and head to the hotel to check-in. For our first communal dinner, we’ll gather at the iconic Joe’s Beerhouse restaurant, known for its sumptuous food, remarkable informal decor, and atmosphere.

Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, is situated in the central part of the country. It’s a small Germanic town where German influence can be seen in its architecture, culture, and cuisine, reflecting the country’s historical past as a former German colony. Alongside museums, monuments, and historical buildings, the city boasts numerous cozy restaurants, bars, and shops.


Day 2

Solitaire - Namib Desert

After breakfast, we begin our journey through Namibia.

We hop into our off-road vehicles and start with a city sightseeing tour. Driving through such a sparsely populated country is a pleasure: sometimes, you won’t encounter another car for hours, but there are plenty of wild animals around. After four hours on the road, we’ll find ourselves in the middle of the planet’s oldest desert, the Namib Desert.

On the way, we’ll make a stop at Solitaire, a small but iconic town in the country. Here, there are two main attractions: first, the “parking lot” of abandoned American cars from the 1950s to the 1970s, which has turned into an impromptu museum exhibit. Second, the bakery famous for its apple strudels. We’ll have a quick photo and coffee break here before entering we’ll head further to our lodge!


Day 3

Sossusvlei - Dead Valley

Before dawn, we will head to Sossusvlei, to the clay plateau surrounded by the world’s highest red sand dunes. We’ll witness how the color of the sandy hills changes depending on the sunlight, climb the famous Dune 45, and take stunning photographs. After strolling along the 300-meter dunes, we’ll have breakfast with a picnic among them. We’ll also visit the world-renowned Dead Valley—a petrified plateau with 800-year-old black skeletons of trees and rare animals that miraculously inhabit the desert area.

By lunchtime, as the scorching desert heat sets in, we’ll return to our lodge. After lunch, we’ll head towards Swakopmund and once again cross the Namib Desert.



Day 4

Sea Cruise to Walvis Bay - Sandwich Harbour on 4x4

Today awaits us a maritime adventure along the Namibian coast. We set out to sea on a boat in search of seals, dolphins, pelicans, and, if we’re lucky, whales and orcas. On a comfortable and seaworthy boat, we’ll head to Walvis Bay accompanied by refreshing wine and freshly prepared seafood.

After landing, we’ll embark on a jeep safari to Sandwich Harbor – a place where giant sand dunes meet the ocean, where we’ll speed along the shore with the wind. Professional drivers in prepared vehicles, who are well-versed in the local landscape and adept at navigating through the sand, will accompany us.


Day 5

Spitzkoppe - San Bushmen

Today, we’ll head to Spitzkoppe—a region of granite rocks that have been forming for over 120 million years. Here, we’ll feel like characters from the movie “Mad Max,” take photos against the backdrop of the famous arch, and then visit the San Bushmen Museum to learn about their way of life and traditions. Those interested can join the San hunters on a bushwalk to witness firsthand how they continue to survive in this harsh region after millennia. Here, you’ll also find some of the world’s oldest petroglyphs, which we’ll also explore along the way.


Day 6

Himba Tribe

Today, after breakfast, we’ll travel north towards Etosha National Park.

After lunch, we’ll visit the Himba tribe, representatives of one of Namibia’s unique ethnic communities. Guests have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the culture and customs of this fascinating people, interact with its members, learn their stories and traditions, and observe their daily life.

After an engaging visit to the Himba tribe, guests will return to the lodge, enjoying the landscapes of Namibia during the transfer. Upon arrival at the lodge, guests have free time to relax, enjoy the peaceful atmosphere, and perhaps explore the surroundings.

Today is a relaxed day—an excellent time to discuss impressions of the day, exchange thoughts with other guests, and prepare for an early start the next day as we embark on the search for the Big Five of Africa!


Day 7

Etosha National Park

After dark, we venture back into the savannah in search of animals once more.

Here, 114 species of mammals reside, including oryx, wildebeest, springbok, dik-dik, impala, zebra, black rhino, elephant, giraffe, and a multitude of predators: lions, leopards, cheetahs, and hyenas; 340 species of birds, including ostriches, pink flamingos, pelicans, marabou storks, secretary birds, and many birds of prey, as well as 50 species of snakes. All animals are within reach. In just one day of safari here, you can capture numerous wonderful shots.


Day 8

Cheetah Conservation Fund - Windhoek

Today, we have our final transfer, and along the way, we’ll stop at the Cheetah Conservation Fund. We’ll have a tour of the complex accompanied by a local scientific staff member, witness the cheetahs being fed, and take a drive around the area where the cats live, getting up close and personal with them.

From Conservation Fund, we’ll head to Windhoek. Upon arrival, we’ll check into the hotel and after some rest from the journey, we’ll meet for a shared dinner where we can discuss all the emotions and impressions from our active and exciting journey.


Day 9

Windhoek - Departure home

In the morning after breakfast, you can visit the National Craft Gallery to buy souvenirs for yourself and your friends. It’s important to note that all the items in the gallery are handmade in Namibia by local residents and communities of indigenous people. They are all unique and will be very valuable as souvenirs.

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