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At a Glance
|Price||Dates||N°· of nights||N°· of guests||Holiday type||Weather||Price includes|
|From £6,875 per person based on twin share||Your choice||13 nights in country and 2 nights of air travel||2 – 4 people||Tailor-made holiday||Temperature range of 12 – 26 C, depending on the time of year||Flights from UK, car hire, accommodation, meals where stated and back up service.|
Am Weinberg - luxury in Windhoek
Situated in the upmarket suburb of Klein Windhoek, 30 minutes from the city’s international airport, the beautiful Am Weinberg Estate’s Boutique Hotel provides all of the exclusivity and privacy you might expect from this luxurious accommodation in the cosmopolitan city of the Namibian capital, Windhoek. The perfect retreat, in a beautiful setting, in which to relax and recover from your travels. The ideal start to your holiday in Namibia.
Accommodation: indulge yourself with a stay in one of the lavish Courtyard Fountain rooms, with doors opening onto a beautiful plant and water filled courtyard where you can sit outside and breathe in the peaceful ambiance.
Days 2 - 3
Desert Homestead - the spectacular dunes
Nestled in the 7,000-hectare private nature reserve, the Desert Homestead Outpost Lodge opens its doors to provide natural hospitality. With views over the vast plains and mountains in the distance, you can often see cheetahs roaming the endless grass savannahs. In the early morning drive into the National Park and onto Sossusvlei to walk amongst the dunes and go photography mad. Sunrise is the best time of day to see this sea of inspiring dunes.
Accommodation: with 12 large, thatched stone chalets connected by sandy pathways. Simply, yet stylishly decorated in natural tones, the en-suite chalets each have a private veranda overlooking the beautiful, wide-open plains.
Days 4 - 5
Strand Hotel - Swakopmund on the sea
The Strand Hotel is located on Swakopmund’s historic ‘Mole’ and has the Atlantic Ocean on three sides. Being in Swakopmund, Namibia’s premier seaside resort, makes it an ideal destination for all individual, self-drive tourists. They say it’s where the Namib Dunes meet the Atlantic Ocean. With easy access to the town it is a great place to explore the coastline and desert by plane, 4×4 or catamaran. The coast is spectacular anyway that you decide to experience it.
Accommodation: situated in some of the best view locations within the Hotel these rooms offer floor-to-ceiling panoramic and sliding doors with “step-out” Romeo & Juliet balconies. It is the ideal place to stay in Swakopmund.
Days 6 - 7
Mowani Camp - delights of Damaraland
Mowani Mountain Camp is situated within the Twyfelfontein Conservancy in the Damaraland area. Damaraland is renowned for its geology, unusual rock formations, rock paintings, and rare desert-adapted flora and fauna. Activities include elephant nature drives and visits to the rock engraving. The views from the camp are simply stunning with spectacular views of the tabletop mountains, the cone shaped peaks and the majestic Brandberg.
Accommodation: very spacious tented rooms which emphasise the peace and quiet of the camp. The thatch buildings and luxury tented rooms merge perfectly with the environment. Chill on loungers next to the natural rock pool, which is sculpted between the hilltop’s enormous granite boulders.
Days 8 - 9
Andersson’s at Ongava - luxury at Etosha
Anderssons Camp is on the private Ongava Game Reserve which borders the southern side of Etosha National Park. Ongava has resident white and black rhino, giving you the unique opportunity to see both of these charismatic species. Guests have the unique opportunity to meet resident scientists, conservationists and rhino security personnel, as well as simply relaxing and enjoying the waterhole and photographic hide.
Accommodation: ensuring a light footprint and an exceptional experience, Anderssons at Ongava has seven contemporary designed luxury guest suites and one family suite. With colours, textures and materials that connect guests more closely to the safari experience, the suites are designed to inspire.
Day 10 - 11
Spend today making your way slowly across Etosha to Mushara on the eastern side, close to the Von Lindequist Gate of the world famous Etosha National Park. It is your own game drive for the whole day, take your time stopping at waterholes on the way. Mushara Outpost main lodge is wonderfully designed with a spacious feel to it giving you an air of exclusivity. The ambiance, friendly and welcoming, a great place to end the day after a hard days wildlife seeing!
Accommodation: 16 custom made tent like structures, of wood and canvas are nestled on the banks of an ancient dry river bed known to the locals as an “omaramba”. Each tent is set on a wooden deck, a meter and a half above the ground, giving a different perspective of the bush.
Day 12 - 13
Okonjima Bush Camp - track leopard
West of the Waterberg Plateau, nestled among the Omboroko Mountains lies Okonjima Bush Camp – a Herero name meaning Place of the Baboons. This is much more than just a lodge. Okonjima is also home to The AfriCat Foundation. A project working with educating farmers and the public to conserve the big cat species of Namibia. Activities include trips to track leopard and wild dog. A unique experience and wonderful memories.
Accommodation: maintaining a quintessential bush flavour, the lodge offers Edwardian safari elegance, subtly combined with modern necessities and comforts. The large, spacious rooms open out onto the grass and acacia savannah. Perhaps choose to sleep with the blinds open allowing you to enjoy the unique stillness of the African night.