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We invite you join us on an unforgettable 12-day safari into the timeless wasteland of northern Namibia’s Skeleton Coast, and the hills and plains of Kaokoland. Both regions have become sought after destinations for the discerning few who enjoy exploring new horizons, discovering hidden secrets not often advertised in brochures or travel magazines, and experiencing sights, sounds and cultures that have resisted the chaos of modern life. We will venture into remote desert landscapes where wild elephant and rhino roam free, gaze at tumbling waterfalls, and feel, touch, taste and savour raw Africa.
Landing over the desert coastline at Walvis Bay is an experience in itself, and our first night is spent in Swakopmund, with its sand dunes and colourful German colonial buildings. We head up to the Skeleton Coast, which stretches all the way to Angola. Here is unspoilt beauty and solitude. We visit the Cape Cross seal colony with its huge population of Cape fur seals, staying at Terrace Bay.
On now to Kaokoland, an ideal base for expeditions into the Hoanib Valley, where elephant, black rhino, oryx and even lions roam free. We head further north, to Omarunga Lodge, to see the Kunene River and Epupa Falls.
Moving to Opuwo in the heartland of the Himba tribe, we take a guided safari to meet these fascinating people, who against all odds hold steadfastly to their way of life and traditions, resisting the influence of the modern world.
A visit to the sun baked pan and game-rich plains of Etosha National Park rounds off our safari. We fly home from Windhoek after our magic carpet ride into a Namibia that few have ventured into.
View our comprehensive Northern Namibia itinerary here
For more information about this tour please fill in the form on our Contact Page and one of our consultants will be in touch with you.
Swakopmund – 1 night
Terrace Bay – 1
Kaokoland – 2
Opuwo – 1
Epupa – 2
Ondangwa – 1
Etosha – 2
Windhoek – 1
How active? Active
There will be time spent in malarial areas, and prophylactics is recommended
2019: 22 September
R34 500.00 per person sharing
R38 000.00 for a single person not sharing
Total round trip airfare: From Cape Town R4 500 – Johannesburg R4 100 (estimated)
All tour prices are subject to change, but once booked and the deposit paid, the price applicable at time of confirmation (excluding airfares/taxes) will remain immune from any possible price increases.