Classic Namibia Safari

Embark on a 16-day adventure across Namibia, where you’ll explore the country’s iconic desert dunes, rugged landscapes, wildlife-rich national parks, and unique cultural encounters. This classic Namibia safari promises a diverse and immersive experience in the heart of Africa’s natural wonders.


  • Climb Dune 45 or Big Daddy and look out over Dead Vlei and the endless sea of sand
  • Visit the activity centre of Namibia in Swakopmund. Explore where the dunes meet the sea
  • Sightsee the Twyfelfontein Rock Engravings, Burnt Mountain and Organ Pipes
  • Meet authentic Himba tribes
  • Discover the span of Etosha National Park from west to east. Exceptional game viewing
  • Visit the AfriCat Foundation and do an enclosure drive or trek game on Namibia’s oldest game farm

Day 1: Windhoek (1 night)

Your journey through Namibia begins in Windhoek, where you’ll be warmly greeted and transferred to the car rental agency to complete the necessary paperwork. Afterward, you’ll meet with our team to receive your travel documents and map.


Day 2 & 3: Sossusvlei (2 nights)

Travel south to the Namib Desert to experience the colossal sand dunes. Depart early, soaking in the changing landscapes during the drive. Arrive in time to enjoy a sundowner and dinner under the starry sky.


Day 4 & 5: Swakopmund (2 nights)

Embark on a scenic five-hour drive north to Swakopmund, a charming town with the Atlantic Ocean as its backdrop. Along the way, stop at various points of interest, including the Tropic of Capricorn, and savor the diverse landscapes.


Day 6: Damaraland (1 night)

Head north to explore the rugged landscapes of Damaraland, known for its granite boulders and striking vistas. Enjoy a long day of driving, taking in the stunning surroundings.


Day 7 & 8: Damaraland – Remote Areas (2 nights)

Travel to more remote areas in the Kunene Region, particularly the Palmwag Concession. Immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes and unique wilderness of this region.


Day 9: Kaokoland (1 night)

After exploring Damaraland, transfer to Opuwo in Kaokoland. This region is known for its remote and untouched wilderness, as well as encounters with the Himba people.


Day 10: Etosha National Park – West (1 night)

Continue your journey south to Etosha National Park’s western sector, a quieter and less-visited part of the park. Prepare for your game viewing adventure.


Day 11 & 12: Etosha National Park – South (2 nights)

Travel through Etosha National Park from the west to the south, spending your time enjoying wildlife sightings and visiting waterholes.


Day 13 & 14: Etosha National Park – East (2 nights)

Head eastward within Etosha National Park, relishing in more wildlife encounters and scenic drives. Enjoy guided activities at your lodge or private reserve.


Day 15: Waterberg (1 night)

Leave Etosha and journey to the Waterberg area. Explore the Waterberg Plateau Park, engage in hiking and walking trails, and experience wildlife and birdlife.


Day 16: Windhoek (Departure / End of Tour)

Return to Windhoek for your departure, ensuring you have sufficient time for vehicle drop-off and airport procedures. Consider a stop at the wood carvers’ market in Okahandja for souvenirs.


  • Accommodation
  • Meals (details on request)
  • Vehicle hire
  • Meet and Greet
  • Airport transfers
  • 24/7 in-country support
  • Comprehensive travel diary with detailed itinerary, map, route descriptions, booking vouchers, contact numbers, and useful information


  • International flights
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Visas and visa applications
  • Optional extra activities
  • Fuel
  • Park entry fees
  • Staff gratuities