Namibia Lodge Safari
From: $ 2,640.00 per person
Enjoy the diverse and ever-changing allure of the Namibian landscape during this lodge safari. Beginning in Windhoek, this trip takes you through the deserts of the Namib-Naukluft National Park to the coastal town of Swakopmund, and the diverse wildlife of Etosha National Park.
We’re almost halfway through 2019! To celebrate we are giving a discount on some of our most popular 2019 tours on specific departure dates.
Namibia Lodge Safari has a 15% discount for the departure on 7 July.
A small group Namibia lodge safari, exploring all the main highlights of Namibia while staying at some of the best lodges in the region. Starting and ending in Namibia’s capital city, Windhoek – 11 Days
Windhoek – Namibia’s capital city. Visit the Alte Festung, or the ‘old fortress’. Once the military headquarters of Windhoek, it stands today as a state museum and retains the title as the oldest building in Windhoek, with foundations that were laid in 1890.
Sossusvlei – The Sossusvlei Dunes measure up to a massive 300m! The older a dune in the Sossusvlei region, the brighter the red colour of the sand, ensuring that a sunrise or sunset spent in the viewing of these dunes makes for a magical memory!
Swakopmund – Enjoy the fascinating architectural buildings and the fun activities that you can enjoy in and around the area! Visit the Altes Gefängnis Prison which was built in 1909 and designed by Heinrich Bause; the Wormannhaus, once a famous tower and now a public library built in 1906, the crystal gallery and the national marine aquarium.
Bushman Experience: Discover the lifestyle of the San Bushmen on a guided walk at Omandumba Farm
Etosha National Park – The Etosha National Park features several waterholes that provide some of the best game viewing opportunities during the dry season when the surrounding lands are dry and arid.
Waterberg Plateau Park – The Waterberg Plateau Park is a sanctuary to many endangered species which can be spotted on a game drive. These rare and beautiful animals include black and white rhinos, buffalo, giraffe, leopard, cheetah, jackal, wild dogs and the only herd of Cape vulture in the region.