Flight to Windhoek
We will begin our adventure in Namibia with passport and baggage check-in for the flight to the capital of Namibia – Windhoek.
Today, we will embark on the first leg of our journey through the Namibian wilderness. It involves several hours of driving on gravel roads, allowing us to admire the incredible, vast landscapes and wildlife. In the afternoon, we will reach the town of Sesriem in the Namib Desert, located in the southern part of the Namib-Naukluft National Park. Accommodation in Sesriem. Free time.
For those interested, there is an optional evening excursion to witness the sunset.
The Namib Desert
On this day, we will have free time to relax, and for those interested, a sunrise excursion to the oldest desert in the world – the Namib.
We will witness its iconic dunes, including Dune 45, one of the tallest dunes globally. There is also a good chance to encounter African animals, including oryx and antelopes. It will be an opportunity to experience the incredible expanse of Namibia, unlike anywhere else.
In the afternoon, we will rest and take a trip to the enchanting Sesriem Canyon. Overnight stay in Sesriem.
Swakopmund - The Tropic of Capricorn
After breakfast, we will continue our journey to Swakopmund – a post-colonial town built by German settlers. We will also cross the Tropic of Capricorn, where we will stop for a photo session.
After a short break at the hotel, we will head to the pier in Swakopmund. We will observe local fishermen at work.
The day will end with dinner at the Tug restaurant, known for the best seafood in the area and a wonderful view of the sunset over the Atlantic. Be sure to try the oysters, considered the best in the world here. Overnight stay in Swakopmund.
Walvis Baz - Sandwich Bay
Today we will head to Walvis Bay – Namibia’s largest port and a vibrant tourist center. Our exploration of the area will begin with an optional several-hour cruise, during which we will observe seals, pelicans, and flamingos. With a bit of luck, we may also see whales.
In the afternoon, for those interested, there will be a off-road vehicle ride in a place where the desert meets the ocean directly. We will have the opportunity to have lunch on the dunes, which will undoubtedly be an unforgettable experience.
Overnight stay in Swakopmund.
The Skeleton Coast - Cape Cross - Uis - Tin Mine Town
Early in the morning, we will set out for the Skeleton Coast. We will stop at the famous Zeila – shipwreck. Then, we will head to the Cape Cross seal colony. After lunch in the town of Uis, we will visit the Tin Mine Town mining settlement. Next, a short trek awaits us through the river valley near the summit of Königstein.
Late in the evening, we will reach a camping site far from civilization. We will have a communal barbecue or campfire dinner, and we will have the opportunity to admire the Namibian sky. Overnight stay in comfortable tents with beds and bathrooms tastefully integrated into the rocks.
After a night spent among the sounds of the wild and thousands of stars, we will head to the town of Kamanjab. After lunch in a local restaurant, we will relax by the pool or in the bar. A local ostrich, accustomed to people, will come to us to showcase its ostrich dance.
For those interested, there will be quad biking in the area. This several-hour excursion is not only the pleasure of riding through the wild African wilderness but also the opportunity to admire the wildlife up close. We will visit the cemetery of the first settlers, dams, and a water reservoir where animals come to drink.
The day will end with a picnic on the viewing platform at sunset. Overnight stay in Kamanjab.
The Himba village
Optional morning excursion to the Himba village. This is one of the dozen ethnic groups in Namibia that still live according to traditional patterns.
Given that, with the development of civilization, the life of the Himba is gradually changing, it is an incredible opportunity to see one of the last African cultures untouched by the modern world. Another attraction of the day will be a walk through the bush and viewing prehistoric rock engravings. Relaxation. Overnight in Kamanjab.
The Etosha National Park
The Etosha National Park - Safari
Continuation of the safari in Etosha National Park. At dawn, we will embark on a search for wild animals that typically gather at waterholes during this time. In the early afternoon, we will begin our journey back to Windhoek.
On the way, we will stop for lunch in the post-colonial town with German architecture – Otjiwarongo.
Continuing our drive, we will pass by two spectacular, twin, extinct volcanoes. In the evening, we will arrive in Windhoek, where, if time allows, we will have the opportunity to purchase souvenirs at the local market. Overnight stay in a hotel in the city center.
Departure from Windhoek
Today, our adventure in Namibia comes to an end. After bidding farewell to the group, we will head to the airport to return to our homes and start planning the next journey with Rek Travel Adventure. We recommend exploring other African countries like Kenya or Africa.
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