Namibia Classic Accommodated Safari

Itinerary Price


Itinerary length

11 nights/12 days

Set Departure Date: 09 Nov 2019; 23 Nov 2019; 30 Nov 2019; 11 Jan 2020; 15 Feb 2020; 14 Mar 2020; 11 Apr 2020; 09 May 2020; 13 Jun 2020; 04 Jul 2020; 18 Jul 2020; 01 Aug 2020; 15 Aug 2020; 29 Aug 2020; 12 Sep 2020; 03 Oct 2020; 17 Oct 2020. Private departures available on request at extra cost.

Professional Safari Guide

Explorations are led by highly skilled and qualified professional guides with an incredible passion for the natural regions they work in. Sharing the adventure and guiding you on this journey of discovery combined with their vast knowledge of the natural world, history and culture are their professions and personal hobby. Many of our guides are also skilled photographers and can assist you in taking amazing wildlife photographs. Your guide will host you for the duration of the safari, providing you with a consistent, detailed interpretation that is shaped to your specific interests.

About the Safari

DAY 1:
Arrival at Hosea Kutako (Windhoek International) Airport, where you will be met by your guide. Subsequent transfer to the capital of Namibia for check-in at a guesthouse. After check-in at the accommodation establishment, you will be taken on a city tour. Windhoek is a city of many contrasts. Modern skyscrapers blend with historic buildings dating from the turn of the century. Several buildings from the German colonial era have been preserved and restored to fulfill useful functions in the community today. Some of the sights you will see on your tour are the Old Fort, the Parliament Building (also known as the “Ink Place”), the Lutheran Church, the Railway Station and many more.
Overnight stay at a guesthouse in Windhoek - Bed & breakfast.

DAY 2:
After breakfast departure from Windhoek and drive via Rehoboth, the centre of Namibia’s Baster community into the red dunes of the Kalahari Desert. Late afternoon, participate in an optional guided game drive to learn about the flora and fauna of the Kalahari Desert.
Overnight at a Kalahari lodge on dinner, bed & breakfast basis.

DAY 3:
Further south the routing takes you via Maltahöhe into the low plains of the Namib Desert to Desert Camp, which is located nearby the entrance gate to the Sossusvlei dunes.
Overnight stay at Desert Quiver Camp or similar on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis.

DAY 4:
Early morning visit to Sossusvlei, (a clay pan surrounded by some of the highest sand dunes in the world), which is filled only with water in years when exceptionally good rainfall is received. We visit the Sesriem Canyon. It is said that the canyon got its name during the time of the ox wagon, when a person had to use six harness straps to haul water from the bottom of the canyon.
Overnight stay at Desert Quiver Camp or similar on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis.

DAY 5:
The route takes you north via the Kuiseb Canyon to Swakopmund. Highlights en route include a drive to the “Moon Landscape” and the ancient desert plant, “Welwitschia mirabilis”. This quaint desert town with its old-world charm and relaxed atmosphere hedged by desert and sea, is enhanced by lush green lawns and palm trees.
Overnight at the Swakopmund Guesthouse or similar on a bed & breakfast basis.

DAY 6:
Morning dolphin cruise on the Walvis Bay Lagoon. The afternoon is at own leisure.
One overnight stay at the Swakopmund Guesthouse or similar on a bed and breakfast basis.

DAY 7 & DAY 8:
Departure from Swakopmund along the Atlantic Coast towards the North. Visit the lichen fields near Wlotzka’s Baken before continuing to Henties Bay, a small holiday resort. Onwards to the seal colony at Cape Cross. After visiting the seals, the journey continues via Ugabmund to the southern Skeleton Coast Park to inspect a shipwreck. You leave the Skeleton Coast Park in the early afternoon via Springbokwasser and can experience the harsh transition from the Namib Desert to the Damaraland highlands with its impressive landscape and ragged valleys. A highlight of your stay at Grootberg Lodge will be the rhino tracking excursion.
Two overnight stays at Grootberg Lodge or similar on dinner, bed & breakfast basis.

DAY 9:
Leaving Grootberg Lodge, we travel via the Grootberg Pass to Kamanjab and further into western Etosha. Western Etosha offers a profound and world class, first of its kind experience inside the biodiversity-rich western section of Etosha National Park and presents to its guests a wilderness experience that is unmatched in terms of privacy and landscape viewing.
One overnight stay at Hobatere Lodge or similar - Dinner, bed & breakfast.

DAY 10:
Discover the mysteries of the African bush in Etosha National Park whilst travelling to Okaukuejo in an eastern direction. We are spending the day doing game drives in the park and visit the numerous waterholes that attract a large diversity of animal and bird species, many of these being endemic to the country.
Overnight stay in a bungalow at Taleni Etosha Village or similar - Dinner, bed & breakfast.

DAY 11:
Another day to discover the mysteries of the African bush in Etosha National Park whilst travel in an easterly direction via Halali and Namutoni to Mushara Bush Camp.
Overnight stay in a bungalow at Namutoni Camp or the Mushara Bush Camp or similar - dinner, bed & breakfast.

DAY 12:
Return journey via Okahandja to Windhoek. Okahandja is an important centre for woodcarvers from the north. They practice their ancient skills at the Woodcarvers Market next to the main road. This is a good place to pick a last souvenir. Arrival in Windhoek with transfer to Hosea Kutako Airport for check-in on your outbound flight. Bid farewell to Namibia!

• All transport as per itinerary routing
• Accommodation on shared basis
• Meals as specified in itinerary
• Activities and park fees as specified in itinerary
• Mineral water en route

• Expenses of a personal nature, i.e. laundry, telephone expenses, gratuities and other personal purchases
• All drinks
• Personal- as well as medical- and evacuation insurance
• Additional activities.

• Rates are as per scheduled departures above with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 10 participants
• Private departures are available and subject to payment of a surcharge
• It is compulsory for all guests to have comprehensive cancellation-, default-, baggage-, emergency evacuation- and medical insurance for the duration of the trip;
• The operator reserves the right to change the itinerary.


The wildlife in Namibia is myriad with many different ecosystems offering different game viewing. From the Desert adapted species to the savanna species, Namibia has everything you could want from a Safari and much, much more besides.

  • Oryx

    The desert-adapted Antelope species is found in many areas of this vast country and it is likely you will encounter one.

  • Spotted Hyena

    This common species can be seen throughout Namibia, especially in Etosha National Park.

  • Giraffe

    A regular sighting even in areas of stunted or little trees, this is a common animal even in the deserts.

  • Desert Elephants

    Namibia's Desert Elephants are elusive and can be difficult to find as they go from waterhole to waterhole.

  • Cheetah

    The Cheetah is very rare and not often seen but on the rare occasion it can be seen both in open and forested areas.

  • Leopard

    The Leopard is seen in most settings but still very elusive and they are particularly abundant in Etosha.

  • Lion

    Namibia has desert-adapted Lions, which are extremely difficult to see, as well as the usual plains Lions in Etosha.

  • Black Rhino

    Namibia is probably the best place to see free-roaming Rhino's with Black Rhino being the most common.

Desert Quiver Camp

Desert Quiver Camp

Desert Quiver Camp

Desert Quiver Camp

Palmwag Lodge

Palmwag Lodge

Palmwag Lodge

Palmwag Lodge

Mokuti Etosha Lodge

Mokuti Etosha Lodge

Mokuti Etosha Lodge

Mokuti Etosha Lodge



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 Opening Hours: Mon - Fri: 8am-8pm,​​ 

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