The Diverse Namibia 2019 Tour by Wilderness Safaris is an active adventure taking travellers to the iconic dunes of Sossusvlei, the Atlantic Ocean, the denizens of Damaraland.
the wildlife-rich area of the Etosha National Park in Namibia, Southern Africa. This unique exploration with Wilderness Safaris takes travelers to Namibia's spectacular landscapes including safari drives which complete this fantastic adventure.
The desert-adapted wildlife in the Kulala and Damaraland regions are fascinating. On the Atlantic coast, travellers have the chance to encounter dolphins, birdlife, Cape fur seals, leatherback turtles, as well as Southern Right and Humpback whales.
The Ongava Game Reserve is home to a rich variety of wildlife which includes plains game such as springbok, gemsbok, wildebeest, Burchell's zebra, Hartmann's mountain zebra, red hartebeest, giraffe, eland and endemic black-faced impala seen. In the Etosha National Park elephants, lions, as well as back and white rhinos, can be admired during the safari drives.
Day 1 and 2:
The drive takes travellers from the Windhoek Airport to the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve, Sossusvlei. Spend time on the iconic red dunes and enjoy scenic drives in the unique wildlife habitat that survives in one of the world's oldest and most arid deserts.
Overnight: Kulala Adventurer Camp
Day 3 and 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 the city's architectural heritage. We explore the ice-blue Atlantic coast with kayaks from Walvis Bay ( weather permitting).
Overnight: Hansa Hotel
Day 5 to 7
Travel up past Brandberg Mountain ( second largest monolith on earth) via Ugab Save the Rhino Trust Camp for lunch to Damaraland Camp. Safari drives and nature walks showcase the stark desert beauty and its fascinating desert-adapted wildlife and incredible geological formations.
Day 8 and 9
Transfer by road to the private Ongava Game Reserve on the boundary of the Etosha National Park, the highest density wildlife region within Namibia.
Driving south, we return to Windhoek at 1h30 where the adventure ends.
This all-inclusive, guided Tour through Namibia, Southern Africa, have set departure and arrival dates and locations.
Diverse Namibia operates from 20 January 2019 to 02 January 2020
Each departure is guaranteed with a minimum of 2 confirmed guests and operates with a maximum of 7 guests per safari.
Guests need to arrive in Windhoek no later than 07:00 on the day of departure (we recommend that guests overnight in Windhoek before the start of the safari). If guests arrive after this time, they will need to be air transferred to their first camp, at an additional charge.
This exploration trip ends in Windhoek at approximately 13:00.