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This popular self-drive itinerary is a
flexible, cost-effective way to discover
the best that Namibia has to offer. Visit
the giant red sand dunes of Sossusvlei,
the adventure town of Swakopmund
and impressive granite landscapes in
Damaraland, where excursions include
a wildlife drive in search of elusive
desert-dwelling elephants. Drive east to
Etosha National Park which lends itself
to extraordinary self-drive safaris in
search of some of the many big cats that
roam the region. Namibian's drive on the
left and, although most of the country's
roads are gravel, regular grading
generally keeps them in good condition.
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Overnight flight from London to Windhoek, via
Johannesburg. On arrival you will be met and
assisted with your car hire collection. Overnight
at Villa Violet. (N)
Travel south to Sossusvlei, home to some of
the world’s largest sand dunes. Stay 2 nights at
Desert Homestead Outpost. (B, D)
Spend the day exploring. Sites of interest
include: the eerily beautiful scorched trees of
Deadvlei; the scalable Dune 45 and Big Daddy;
and the stunning Sesriem Canyon. (B, D)
Drive to Swakopmund for 2 nights at the Villa
The distinctly German town of Swakopmund
is famed for its excursion opportunities and
offers some world-class wildlife encounters.
Join catamaran cruises to see seals, whales,
dolphins, penguins and a host of other bird and
marine life, or enjoy a living desert experience
which brings you face to face with the strange
creatures that make the dunes their home. (B)
Drive to Damaraland. Stay 2 nights at Camp
Kipwe. (B, D)
One of the most scenic and untamed
regions of Namibia, Damaraland is unlike
anywhere else on Earth. Hidden among the
wild landscapes, and well worth a visit, are
the fascinating ancient rock paintings and
engravings of Twyfelfontein. (B, D)
Drive to Etosha National Park and stay 2 nights at Okaukuejo Camp. Afternoon safari drive (in
your own vehicle) in the park. (B)
Self-drive inside Etosha National Park, where
common animal sightings include: elephants,
giraffes, lions, leopards, jackals, hyenas,
meerkats, mongooses, honey badgers, zebras
and wildebeest. Cheetahs, rhinos and many
other species can also be found here. (B)
Drive to Okahandja, just north of Windhoek, for
a leisurely last overnight stay at The Elegant
Farmstead. (B, D)
Drive back to Windhoek and fly to London, via
Johannesburg. (B) (N)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This tour is based in 4-star accommodation.
Available on request.
For a price quote based on alternative accommodation standards, to discuss flight options or to tailor this itinerary, please call to speak with a Cox & Kings consultant or
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