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Epupa and Ovahimba Camping Safari
Epupa and Ovahimba Safari
4 Camping Namibia From NAD$ 11 600.00 pp

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Epupa and Ovahimba Camping Safari

  • Safari Information
  • - Departure; Scheduled and tailor-made departure dates
  • - Duration; 4 Days / 3 Nights
  • - Lodging; Camping
  • - Group Size; Minimum 2
  • - Note: Travel insurance is compulsory for all safaris
Day 1: Epupa Falls
- Departure in the morning from Palmwag Lodge over the Jouberts pass near Sesfontein to the village of Opuwo.
- Drive on via Okangwati.
- Meet the first nomadic Ovahimbas and their herds of cattle and goat en route.
- Onwards to the Epupa Falls. Here the majestic Kunene River drops down several meters to form the Epupa Falls.
- A true nature paradise surrounded by majestic mountain ranges, densely overgrown river banks and clusters of Makalani palm trees providing the necessary shade for the idyllic constructed camp sites on the banks of the river.
- Explore the waterfalls and enjoy an unforgettable sundowner on one of the viewing points on top of the Falls.
- Camping overnight.

Day 2: Epupa Falls
- After breakfast enjoy a short walk along the waterfall.
- Visit to various Ovahimba villages and settlements on the morning drive into the fascinating region of the Baynes Mountains.
- Learn more about the life style and age old ritual of this nomadic, friendly tribe.
- Return to Epupa camp site for second night camping.
- Overnight camping.

Day 3: Kaokoland
- Break up camp and the journey follows the course of the river towards the village of Enyandi.
- Visit at one of the agricultural gardens of the Ovahimbas.
- The trail continues deep into the valleys and mountains of this picturesque central part of the Kaokoland.
- Camping under age old huge acacia trees in one of the many dry river beds in the vicinity of an Ovahimba village.
- Last night camping under the Namibian sky.

Day 4: Palmwag Lodge, Safari Ends
- After breakfast enjoy the return trip to Sesfontein and its surroundings.
- Visit one of the 6 springs at the mountain slopes of Sesfontein (hence the name "Sesfontein") and a one-time German fort which has been restored and today functions as a lodge.
- The old military cemetery with its lonely graves conjures up memories of the German Colonial period.
- Alleviate the midday heat in a natural "pool" of the Ongongo Waterfall near Warmquelle, where the crystal clear water of the pool is inviting and refreshing.
- An ideal venue for lunch! The return trip leads through the Khowarib Gorge - a fairytale gorge through which the Hoanib River has laboriously wound its way.
- After a short rest, return to Palmwag Lodge.



  • Rates from: NAD$ 11 600.00
  • 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
  • - Travelling costs as per itinerary; game drives, activities, entrance- and park fees
  • - Accommodation in two-man tents / double rooms
  • - Full board, refreshment drinks en route, house wine and beer at dinner whilst camping
  • - Experienced guiding in English or German
  • - VAT and Bed levy
  • Safari Excludes
  • - Expenses of a personal nature, i.e. laundry, telephone, gratuities, souvenirs, etc
  • - Personal, medical and evacuation insurances
  • - Additional activities
  • - Alcoholic beverages and drinks

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