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Affordable Namibia Self Drive Safari
Affordable Namibia Self Drive
11 Day Self Drive, Rates on Request, budget dependant

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Affordable Namibia Self Drive Safari

  • Safari Information
  • - Departure; Scheduled and tailor-made departure dates
  • - Duration; 11 Days / 10 Nights
  • - Lodging; Accommodated
  • - Group Size; Minimum 1
  • - Note: Travel insurance is compulsory for all safaris
Day 1: Windhoek
- Upon arrival at Hosea Kutako (Windhoek) Airport you will be met and assisted with your car rental formalities and given a self-drive briefing.
- Drive approximately 45 kilometres (28 miles) / 45 minutes to Safari Court Hotel.
- Overnight at Safari Court Hotel - bed & breakfast.

Day 2: Waterberg
- The Waterberg Plateau is a few hour North of Windhoek.
- The perfect stop-off to break up that long drive to Etosha.
- Endangered species like the Black and White Rhino, Sable Antelope and Blue Wildebeest can be seen in this area.
- A short tour of the Africat Foundation is also worth the effort.
- Drive approximately 275 kilometres (171 miles) / 3 hours to Waterberg Wilderness Lodge
- Overnight at Waterberg Wilderness Lodge - dinner, bed and breakfast.

Days 3 - 4: Etosha National Park
- A long(ish) but leisurely drive to the famous Etosha National Park awaits today.
- Over the next couple of days one gets the chance to self game drive through this incredible wildlife rich National Park.
- Mokuti Lodge is located within a four minute drive of the Park itself.
- Drive approximately 395 kilometres (245 miles) / 5 hours to Mokuti Lodge
- Overnight at Mokuti Lodge - dinner, bed and breakfast basis.

Day 5: Etosha National Park
- This morning one gets to drive from east to west though the Etosha.
- The whole route today is one long game drive.
- Drive to Okaukuejo Rest Camp.
- The distance covered depends on the game-drive routes clients choose and time spent game-viewing.
- Overnight at Okaukuejo Rest Camp - room only basis.

Day 6: Damaraland
- leaving Etosha behind one heads into one of the most isolated destinations in Africa.
- Damaraland with all her scenic attractions and wonders awaits.
- Attractions include: the Bushmen rock art at Twyfelfontein, the petrified forest and the rock formations including the organ pipes.
- Drive approximately 360 kilometres (223 miles) / 5 hours to Twyfelfontein
- Overnight at Twyfelfontein Lodge - dinner, bed and breakfast basis.

Days 7-8: Swakopmund
- From Damaraland one heads towards Namibia's Atlantic Ocean and onto Swakopmund.
- A couple of days of relaxing in this small coastal town awaits all.
- Numerous adventure activities are on offer as well as great restaurant, pubs and clubs.
- Drive approximately 430 kilometres (267 miles) / 6 hours to Swakopmund
- Overnight at Strand Hotel - bed and breakfast basis.

Days 9-10: Namib Desert
- Namib Desert is without question one of Namibia's highlights.
- A long but scenic drive awaits.
- Visit the famous Sossusvlei sand dunes at 300m, are the highest in the world
- Drive approximately 340 kilometres (211 miles) / 6 hours to Sossusvlei
- Overnight at Sossusvlei Lodge - dinner, bed and breakfast basis.

Day 11: Windhoek, safari ends
- A leisurely drive to Windhoek were ones safari comes to a end.
- Drive approximately 360 kilometres (223 miles) / 4 - 5 hours to Windhoek International Airport and drop off hired vehicle.

  • Rates on Request, budget dependant
  • Per person sharing
  • Rates are in Namibian Dollars
  • *Rates may vary according to season
  • Flights (return);
  • UK - NAM; from £ 800
  • USA - NAM; from $ 1700
  • EUR - NAM; from € 1100
  • Subject to availability & T&C's

  • Safari Includes
  • - Twin or single accommodation
  • - Meals as specified
  • - Accommodation as specified
  • - One guided walk at Waterberg Wilderness Lodge
  • Safari Excludes
  • - All items of a personal nature
  • - Gratuities and porterage
  • - Meals other than those specified
  • - Sightseeing and excursions other than those specified
  • - Entrance fees for National Parks and any other areas of interest
  • - All expenses related to self-drive vehicle
  • - Visas (please thoroughly check requirements depending on your nationality, for the countries being visited prior to travel)
  • - Scheduled flights to and from Windhoek

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  • Namib Desert Lodges

  • Namib Desert Lodges
  • Together with its huge open areas, imposing sand dunes and salt pans, the Namib Naukluft Park is actually ranked the fourth most significant conservation region on earth. The renowned Sossusvlei sand dunes at over three hundred metres are the highest on earth. You will find three primary sightseeing attractions in the area: Sossusvlei, Sesriem and Naukluft.
  • Etosha Park Lodges

  • Etosha Park Lodges
  • Etosha which means 'great white place' is dominated by an enormous, glistening white salt pan surrounded by grasslands and bushveld. Etosha is Namibia's key wildlife sanctuary as well as one of southern Africa's very best and most environmentally valuable game reserves.
  • Damaraland Lodges

  • Damaraland Lodges
  • Damaraland is recognized as being one of Africa's last true remaining wildernesses as well as being one of the most picturesque safari destinations. The main attractions are the Spitzkoppe and Brandberg, the rock art, and the fascinating organ pipes and petrified forest at Twyfelfontein.
  • Fish River Lodges

  • Fish River Lodges
  • The Fish River Canyon is spectacular and awe-inspiring in its size. The second biggest canyon in the world created by the eponymous river coursing through a desert ecosystem over millions of years; the scenery is desolate, dusty and rocky with deep chasms.
  • Swakopmund Hotels

  • Swakopmund Hotels
  • After the culture shock of being in a German town transplanted 8000 kilometres to African coastal sunshine, you will actually find yourself in Namibia’s second largest town and it’s leading holiday destination. The attractive heritage buildings add character and incorporate many restaurants, pubs and clubs which enable you to escape the desert heat.