From June 29 to July 14 (2024)
Namibia is known for its breathtaking natural landscapes, which include, among many others, the the Namib desert, home to the famous red dunes of Sossusvlei, the Etosha National Park, home to a wide variety of wildlife, including elephants, lions and rhinos, and the Skeleton Coast, famous for its endless beaches, dunes and shipwrecks dating back centuries.
Namibia's cultural diversity is also remarkable, with a mix of ethnic groups such as the Herero, Himba, Damara and others, which makes any trip to this country even more interesting.
If we add to this the journey of almost 3,000 kilometers in 4×4, driving ourselves, the adventure full of unparalleled experiences is assured.
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INCLUDED IN THE TRIP PRICE
Rest: 2.000€ (before 29 may)
Our trip covers two areas in Namibia: the north and the west.
The northern part of Namibia is rich in ethnic diversity and wildlife. The Etosha National Park, Epupa Falls area, Himba villages area, and Purros, a difficult to reach village where desert elephants can be found.
And the West, a remote desert region along the Atlantic Ocean, which takes us a little further south to the iconic red dunes.
Day 29: Departure and travel day.
Day 30: We will arrive at Hosea Kutako International Airport in the Namibian capital of Windhoek where, after completing the formalities for entering the country and collecting our luggage, we will meet with a guide who will accompany us to our accommodation and hand over the rental cars.
Accommodation at Villa Vista Guesthouse B.B.
Days 1-4: Safari days in Etosha. This area is teeming with abundant wildlife. We will be able to observe lions, elephants, black rhinos and giraffes, as well as a great variety of birds.
Camping at Okaukuejo Campsite and Namutoni Campsite
Day 5: Today we will drive to Opuwo, capital of Kunene region. It is considered the capital of the region and is the gateway to the magnificent Epupa Falls.
Overnight at Opuwo Lodge. M.P.
Days 6-7: Days to see the Epupa falls,which are a great spectacle combined with the arid desert and rugged mountains. The region is the territory of the Himba and Muhacaonas ethnic groups.these two ethnic groups share territory on both sides of the Kunene (Namibia and Angola). The aesthetics of the Himba women with their hairstyles and clothing, is one of the most exuberant that we can find in Africa.
Camping at Epupa Campsite.
Day 8: We will continue our route towards Purros, a village located in the deepest and wildest part of Namibia. Here we will be able to see desert elephants, black rhinos and other species in their natural habitat.
Camping at Puros Campsite.
Day 9: Today we will drive to Palmwag, a small reserve in the northwest of Namibia, between the Etosha and Skeleton Coast parks, in the heart of Damaraland.
Overnight at Palmwag Lodge. M.P.
Day 10: Today we drive to Swakopmund, a coastal town with German colonial-style architecture, known for its wide avenues and desert terrain bordering it.
Overnight at Atlantic Garden Hotel. B.B
Days 11-12: We will leave Swakopmund and head towards the Namib-Naukluft National Park, an ideal location for exploring the Namib desert. Our camp is located next to the park gate and within walking distance of the Sesriem Gorge, where centuries of erosion have carved a gorge approximately 1 kilometer long.
Camping at Sesriem Campsite.
Day 13: Farewell and transfer to the airport.
Day 14: Arrival to destination.
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