10 Days Namibia at it’s best from US$5,116.-pp, set departures

  • Travel with one of Namibia’s most reputable and well-known naturalist guides.

  • Stay in inside the world’s 4th largest National Park and enjoy early morning access to the famous Sossusvlei dunes.

  • Climb some of the world’s highest free-standing sand dunes.

  • Sea Kayak with seals and dolphins on the Skeleton Coast (alternative option Catamaran Marine Excursion).

  • Track for desert-adapted elephants in ephemeral river systems.

  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Twyfelfontein.

  • Memorable and exciting guided game drives within the renowned Etosha National Park, from the vantage point of a specially modified, air conditioned 4×4 with pop tops.

  • Game viewing at a floodlit waterhole at night.

  • Game drive on the private Ongava Reserve

  • Visit the world renowned AfriCat Foundation and learn more about conservation initiatives involving Africa’s large cats.


    May-Oct: Best time of the year for wildlife viewing. This is a cooler and drier time of the year with cool to cold nights and warm days. Daytime temperatures begin rising towards September, with October generally being hot.

    Dec-March:  Summers are very hot. Depending on the amount of rainfall, the desert plains may be transformed into lush grassland. It’s also the best season for birding.

    April, May and November: Transition season of moderate climate, combining the best of the green and dry seasons. By May, temperatures start to cool, while November brings the heat of summer – as well as the arrival of many summer migrant bird species.



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