Namibian Accommodated Adventure (10 Days)

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+ Single Supplement 3450 (Low Season) - 4830 (High Season)

Price Disclaimer: Tour is Priced at ZAR 39215 Low Season (1 Nov 2017 - 30 Jun 2018) | ZAR 42780 High Season (1 July 2018 - 31 Oct 2018) 2019 Rates - ZAR 41175 (Valid from 01 Nov 2018 -30 Jun 2019) | ZAR 44920 (01 July  - 31 Oct 2019). Currency fluctuations may occur

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  • Starts: Windhoek
  • Ends: Windhoek

Countries Visited


Tour Price

Currency conversion estimated. Base currency is South African Rand (ZAR)



+ Single Supplement 3450 (Low Season) - 4830 (High Season)

Price Disclaimer: Tour is Priced at ZAR 39215 Low Season (1 Nov 2017 - 30 Jun 2018) | ZAR 42780 High Season (1 July 2018 - 31 Oct 2018) 2019 Rates - ZAR 41175 (Valid from 01 Nov 2018 -30 Jun 2019) | ZAR 44920 (01 July  - 31 Oct 2019). Currency fluctuations may occur

Why Book This Tour?

This Namibian Overland trip is very popular, it combines Etosha and Sossusvlei in a single itinerary and also visits Okonjima, the Himba, Damaraland, and Swakopmund.  It is an accommodated safari where you will stay in very comfortable lodges/B&Bs.  

Tour Style Small Group Accommodated
Countries Visited Namibia
Starts Windhoek
Ends Windhoek
Group Size Min 2 Max 10
Age Range All Ages
Length 10 days
Tour SKU ACS1401

Dates Tour Length: 10 days

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  • The price is virtually fully inclusive of everything you will need whilst travelling with us.


  • Personal travel insurance
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Soft drinks


Some of the activities you can take part in on this tour.

Other Activities

  • Aeroplane and microlight flights over the desert
  • Fishing trips (both from the beach or in a boat)
  • Quad biking trips into the desert and over the sand dunes around Swakopmund
  • Sand boarding trips (also in the dunes)
  • Skydiving
  • Surfing


Day 1: Windhoek – Okonjima/Africat, Namibia

At around 08:30 & 09:00 this morning, you will be collected from your accommodation. We will have some time to shop for souvenirs at Nambia’s largest wood carving market. We will then carry on north through farmland to Mount Etjo Safari Lodge where we should arrive in the middle of the afternoon.

Mount Etjo Safari Lodge has been the heart of the Okonjati wildlife sanctuary and the name means place of refuge. Travellers from around the world visit this pristine area and are never disappointed. Tranquil surroundings in the African wilderness are just what you need to experience peace that you can only feel under the African sky.

Walk around the beautiful gardens brimming with bird life that nest in the trees. The lodge overlooks a large lake where you can see animals quenching their thirst. The luxury rooms all have en-suite bathrooms and the rooms are situated next to the swimming pool.

Distance: 300 kilometres
Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation:  Mount Etjo Safari Lodge

Day 2: Okonjima – Namutoni/ East Etosha region, Namibia

We have an early start to our day today. We carry on northward, passing through several small towns on the way and making brief stops for fresh supplies and fuel. We continue to East Etosha’s Namutoni camp where we hope to arrive before lunch. Here we are given some free time before making our way into the Park in the early evening for our very first game drive.

The lodge is an old German fort that has been revamped as comfortable lodge. There is an elevated decked walkway that overlooks the King Nehale waterhole providing great game viewing when the animals come to bathe and drink. The lodge offers plenty of activities from enjoying a meal at one of the restaurants, having a cocktail at the bar or browsing through the crafts boutique, jewellery or curio shop.

Distance: 300 kilometres
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Namutoni camp

Day 3: East Etosha region – Okaukuejo, Namibia

Today we embark on an entire day of game driving. We leave early in the morning in order to enjoy the crisp morning air as we make our way through Etosha to Halali camp, located in the centre of the Park. En route, we pay a visit to a couple of waterholes and are offered incredible views of the impressive Etosha Pan. The game viewing is typically superb, giving us an opportunity to check off a few new species that are not usually spotted on the Namutoni park side.

Stopping at Halali in the afternoon, we are given time to unwind and to enjoy a lovely lunch. We will also have time to pay a visit to the Halali waterhole as well as to make use of the camp’s swimming pool and bar facilities prior to continuing our game drive down to Okaukuejo.

Okaukuejo is well-known for its waterhole that has been described as one of the “best game viewing opportunities in Southern Africa”. Located right on the doorstep of our accommodation for tonight, we will most likely see black rhino, elephant, lion and several species of antelope.

Okaukuejo Rest Camp’s accommodation is provided to suit every need, in premier bush chalets located close to the waterhole. You can choose from bush chalets, double rooms, or family chalets. Other facilities include a restaurant, bar, shop, swimming pool and kiosk.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation:  Okaukuejo Rest Camp

Day 4: Okaukuejo – Grootberg area, Namibia

Our travels today take us to the previously restricted area of Western Etosha National Park. We will leave the park via the Otjovasandu Gate.

Accommodation is at the Hobatere Lodge. Hobatere means ‘ find me’ and here you will find a warm welcome and personalised service. During your stay here there will day or night game drives, bird watching and guided walks where you can have ample opportunity to view the wildlife. There is also a hide where you can overlook the nearby floodlit waterhole.

Distance: 310 kilometres
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Hobatere Lodge


Day 5: Grootberg area – Twyfelfontein, Namibia

We make our way into one of the most stunning desert areas of Namibia today – Damaraland. Travelling west via the Grootberg Pass, we detour in order to pay a visit to the famous ancient Bushmen rock engravings at Twyfelfontein.

You will also have the opportunity to visit the Himba Tribe the only traditional Himba community outside of Kaokoland. You will have a chance to understand their customs, traditional way of life, farming methods, traditional food and migrations.

Tonight you will stay in en-suite twin rooms in the Twyfelfontein Country Lodge. A lot of thought has been taken into the construction of the lodge ensuring that it blends into the environment with thatched roofs, natural stone and natural hues.

Distance: 190 kilometres
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Twyfelfontein Country Lodge

Day 6: Twyfelfontein – Swakopmund, Namibia

Today we make our way deeper into the desert, passing The Brandberg (Namibia’s tallest mountain at 2,573 metres) as well as the gorgeous scenery of Damaraland, Making a small stop in the old mining town of Uis, we are introduced to the best places to purchase semi-precious stones, for which Namibia is famous. It is here that you can find rough Amethhyst, Tourmaline and others at bargain prices!

We turn directly west from here and cross gritty plains whilst making our way to the Atlantic Ocean and the Skeleton Coast. We meet up with the ocean at Henties Bay, but first travel north along the coast in order to visit the seal colony at Cape Cross. At specific times of the year, over 100,000 Cape Fur seals gather here.

Our next destination is Swakopmund, travelling along the Skeleton Coast into the premier seaside town of Namibia. Today you are left to do your own exploring of Swakopmund and can walk around the town viewing the amazing architecture and stopping for refreshments at the local cafes along the way.

Tonight we have the opportunity to try out one of the fantastic local restaurants (at own expense). The Swakopmund seafood is definitely a must-have! Your guide will offer to put together a group meal for tonight where participation is encouraged, but is by no means mandatory.

Accommodation tonight is in the trendy Swakopmund Lifestyle B&B and Apartments is undoubtedly the ‘Jewel of Nambia’. Modern and neat, you will enjoy a good night’s rest and a unique experience.

Distance: 420 kilometres
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Swakopmund Lifestyle B&B and Apartments


Day 7: Swakopmund, Namibia

We have today free in order to allow the group to spend the day at their leisure. Swakopmund is a charming coastal town with plenty of stores, a long stretch of beach and an open-air curio market. There is also the Namibian National Marine Aquarium as well as an excellent museum situated in Swakopmund. Otherwise, feel free to partake in the myriad of optional activities available here, including airplane and micro light flights over the desert, scenic drives, fishing trips (both from the beach or in a boat), four-wheel motorcycle (quad bike) trips into the desert and over the sand dunes around Swakopmund, sand boarding trips (also in the dunes), skydiving, surfing, bird-watching and much more. Your tour guide will inform you of all optional activites before you arrive in Swakopmund and can arrange these for you.

(N.B.  All extra activities and excursions in Swakopmund are subject to availability and are made at the clients’ own risk and expense. Lunch and dinner today is not included in the price of the safari and will be for the client’s own account)

You will be welcomed at the Galton House which is a new establishment in Windhoek which is where you will spend the night. Here you will find peace and tranquility with all the necessary requirements such as W-Fi, a pool and dining areas. Shops and restaurants are within walking distance.

Distance: 350 kilometres
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Galton House

Day 8: Swakopmund –  Sesriem area, Namibia

Our first stopover today is made in Walvis Bay, located approximately 40 kilometres south of Swakopmund. South of the town is a massive marine lagoon which hosts a wide variety of marine birdlife, flamingos in particular. We pay a brief visit to the lagoon to observe the birds and travel a short distance to Walvis Bay to gather last minute provisions before again making our way into the desert. The second portion of our travels today carries us over more of the never-ending Namib gravel terrain. Then without much warning, the landscape transforms into mountain desert.

We journey through both the Kuiseb and Gaub passes, travelling both times to the river beds at the canyons’ base and then ascending the escarpment to the summit where we are treated to incredible mountainous views. The landscape then changes once more as we head down into the dune fields. We head across a few open grass savannah and farmlands before the landscape begins to transform into the vibrant red sand dune desert of the Namib. From here it is a brief distance to our following stopover in the small town of Solitaire. We attempt to reach our camp in the early evening to observe the glowing colours transform on faraway mountains in the east.

We should arrive here in the late afternoon where we can watch the glorious glow of the sunset on the mountains to the east.

You will stay in luxurious accommodation tonight at the Sossusvlei Lodge which is surrounded by towering red sand dunes and the scorched black trees of Deadvlei which provides a stark, but stunning backdrop. You will have access to amenities such as  a sparkling pool, bar, beer garden and an al fresco terrace where one can enjoy exquisite food.

Distance: 300 kilometres
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Sossusvlei Lodge

Day 9: Sossusvlei – Sesriem, Nambia

Today we embark on an early morning drive in order to catch a glimpse of the exceptional desert sunrise. Once we’ve passed through the Sesriem (the gateway to the dunes), we make our way into the centre of the dune fields, finally arriving at Sossusvlei on foot, walking the final 5 kilometres through the dunes themselves.

Beautiful photographic opportunities are abundant in the cool morning, with the gentle light of dawn lighting up the dunes from their summits to their bases. During these sunrises, orange blazes all around the desert and creates a contrasting landscape across the entire area. Old mineral pans, undersized camel thorn trees and the possibility of spotting a gemsbok or ostrich make taking your camera along an essential part of this trip.

Our morning is spent in the surrounds of Sossusvlei, paying a visit to the world famous Dune 45. As the day winds down to a finish, we make our way back to Sesriem for a tasty lunch and to reach some shade during the hot hours of the afternoon. As the temperature drops in the early evening, we embark on a short trip to the Sesriem Canyon.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Sossusvlei Lodge or similar

Day 10: Sesriem – Windhoek, Namibia

Following breakfast, we head off over the mountains and travel picturesque roads, making a stopover for some rest in Solitaire. We then continue to make our way back to Windhoek through the Khomas Hochland Mountain range, back to civilization. We reach the city at about 16h00 and you will be dropped off at your lodging upon our arrival.

Distance: 450 kilometres
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Onward Travel Plans

Due to on the road variable beyond our control (such as border crossings, traffic, delays, etc) on the tours. The end time on the last day can’t be guaranteed and therefore we strongly recommend you stay the night and fly out the next day. Please consult with your booking consultant.

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