Become an explorer with this authentic yet luxurious tour of Namibia! By day you can gain unforgettable insights into this surreal desert world, explore the ghostly Skeleton Coast and meet the Himba ethnic peoples. By night, you can dream peacefully in luxurious accommodation.
Explore a private nature reserve in Namibia! The Namib Rand Reserve in the southern part of the country, was created by former farm owners to protect the unique and diverse ecosystem of this region.
Wolwedans Dunes Camp: Scenic drives, guided nature walks Enjoy the breathtaking landscape of Namibia on fascinating scenic drives. Soak up interesting facts on the life and ways of the arid-adapted vegetation and creatures, and watch springboks, zebras, as well as predators like hyenas from up close. The drives – day and night – let you take in the splendor of the African wilderness and marvel at the sights and sounds, as you admire the equally gorgeous sunrise or sunset. You can also opt to explore your local surroundings through nature walks, accompanied by well-informed guides who help you discover the most intricate details of the reserve.
Skeleton Coast Park is a spooky desert shore with massive sand dunes and treacherous rocks where mighty storms claimed many ships through the centuries.
Shipwreck Lodge: Nature Drives, Walks, Fishing, Excursions to the Clay Castles, the Hoanib River Delta and the Mowe Bay seal colony, and Suiderkus and Karimona shipwrecks Shipwreck Lodge, a joint venture by the local community of the Namibian Skeleton Coast and Sesfontein, offers a range of unique conservation experiences. Enjoy thrilling game drives into the Skeleton Coast National Park to spot the desert lion, elephant, giraffe, baboon and kudu – framed against the raw beauty of this wild desert. The area is also home to unique plants and insects that survive on the cold fog from the Atlantic. Admire the coastal colonies of the iconic Cape fur seal. Spot birds like the Rüppell’s korhaans, larks, chats, jaegers and skuas that are found among the seal colonies. Take sundowner drives atop towering dunes, and watch the sun set behind the rugged landscape. Visit the Suiderkus and Karimona shipwrecks, and take day trips to the remarkable Clay Castles, Hoanib River Delta and Mowe Bay. Visit settlements of the Himba people and learn about the life and culture of the local community. (Fitness Level: Moderate; Please bring sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, binoculars and don’t forget your camera).
Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp: Nature Drives with Animal Tracking and Guided Walks Scenic drives across the Namibian wilderness acquaint you with the desert-adapted, exquisite wildlife of the region. You can opt for morning or afternoon drives, or full-day excursions. Exploring the landscape on foot has a charm all of its own, to spot creatures big and small, and to learn fascinating details of the fauna. If you are staying for three nights or more, you can opt for a day excursion to explore the Skeleton Coast. With the Hoanib River winding down the floodplain and a multitude of wild animals and vegetation to spot on both sides, this is a visual delight you’ll cherish. An expert guide can point out the Cape fur seal colony and shipwreck remains along the rocky coastline for an unforgettable experience.
Explore Skeleton Coast! The Kunene region is situated in Namibia’s remote north-west, bordering Angola to the north and including the inhospitable Skeleton Coast.
Serra Cafema: Boat Ride, Village Visit, Nature Drives and Walks, Quad Biking Excursion If you are an adventure seeker, you will love the experience of a thrilling quad bike excursion along specifically allotted trails. Get up close with the semi-nomadic Himba tribe and learn of their customs through cultural encounters. Stroll down the banks of the striking Kunene River and explore its picturesque landscapes, or opt for a boat ride across it and watch crocodiles and water birds flit in and out. The scenic nature drives in open Land Rovers and bush walks allow you to learn more about the plant and animal life that inhabit the fascinating Namib region, including the famous desert chameleon.
Windhoek, Namibia’s small capital yet the largest city, lies in a beautiful valley bordered by the Eros Mountains in the north and the Auas mountains in the south.
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Option 1 From $ 21,385 /person
Option 2 From $ 23,190 /person
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