Spend a day in the capital city of Windhoek, before heading off into the southern Kalahari desert, to explore, on foot, the rolling vegetated dunes which form part of the largest sand mass on Earth.
From here you will travel 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, before spending time sleeping out, under the stars in the largest privately owned nature reserve in Southern Africa, the gold status dark sky reserve of the NamibRand.
From the dunes you will travel towards the quaint Germanic, coastal town of Swakopmund, stopping over at a lodge which boasts one of the best views from a swimming pool in Southern Africa.
From Swakopmund, you leave the desert behind you and 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.
The last leg of this trip takes in the World renowned Etosha National Park, home to 114 species of mammal, including four of ‘The Big Five’
This trip explores the Tourism highlights of Namibia, and combines that with some of the most stunning guided hikes available in the Country.