This accommodated, self-drive safari not only takes you to the well-known highlights of the Namibian landscape, but to some of the often over-looked, but no less spectacular sights which make Namibia so unique.
From Windhoek you head in a northerly direction, towards Namibia’s striking brick-red sandstone Waterberg plateau, which rises some 420m above the surrounding plains.
This area is home to buffalo and black rhino, as well as a number of other game species.
From here you visit the world renowned Etosha National Park, which is home to the other Four of the Big Five, as well as an additional 110 species of mammal and over 340 species of bird, your journey then continues on travel to the geographical wonder that is Twyfelfontein, home to Namibia’s first UNESCO World Heritage site and the site of the largest concentration of Bushman paintings and rock engravings in Southern Africa.
Swakopmund is where you touch base with civilisation, before heading off to the oldest desert in the World, home to some of the highest sand dunes on the Planet.
Explore the eerily named dead vlei, and the dunes at Sossusvlei, then continue on to the deep south of Namibia.
Visiting the historical town of Aus, with its Namib Horses, POW camps, WW1 grave yards. This is where the colonial history of Namibia began.
From here you vist the second largest canyon in the World, as the Fish River has cut deep gorges through the Earth, like a serpent carving its way, before starting the journey back towards Windhoek and returning to the airport for your onward journey.