Namibia’s Best Safari with a Southern Twist

Embark on this unforgettable 16-day adventure, where you’ll experience Namibia’s natural wonders, unique culture, and extraordinary wildlife.


  • Go see the great Fish River Canyon. Hike. Explore. Enjoy the sunset
  • Explore Kolmanskop Ghost Town. Desolate. Old. Spectacular
  • Sossusvlei, Dead Vlei and Dune 45. Explore Sesriem Canyon. Climb dunes
  • Go in search of the desert-adapted elephants in rugged Damaraland
  • Wildlife and safari extravaganza in Etosha National Park
  • Visit a well known game reserve or game park in central Namibia

Day 1: Welcome to Windhoek

Arrive in Windhoek, Namibia’s vibrant capital. Receive your travel documents and explore the city at your own pace. Windhoek offers a blend of German colonial heritage, museums, and the National Botanical Gardens.


Day 2: Journey to the Kalahari

Drive south to the Kalahari Desert, characterized by its striking red sand dunes. Along the way, explore Windhoek for shopping and supplies. Enjoy the unique desert landscape, home to a variety of wildlife, and consider the optional Bushman experience.


Day 3: Explore Fish River Canyon

Drive to Fish River Canyon, Africa’s largest canyon. Along the route, make a detour to the Quiver Tree Forest and Giant’s Playground for incredible rock formations. Explore the viewpoints at Fish River Canyon, soaking in the breathtaking views.


Day 4 & 5: Discover Luderitz and Kolmanskop

Head west to the coastal town of Luderitz, known for its diamond mining history. Explore the town’s colonial architecture and enjoy the beach. Visit the eerie Kolmanskop Ghost Town, a once-thriving diamond mining hub now engulfed by the desert.


Day 6 & 7: Adventure in Sossusvlei

Leave the coast behind and journey to the Namib Desert. Explore the surreal landscapes of Sossusvlei, Dead Vlei, and Dune 45. Visit Sesriem Canyon and opt for activities like guided tours, nature drives, and even a hot air balloon safari.


Day 8 & 9: Coastal Charm in Swakopmund

Travel to Swakopmund, a coastal town known for its German colonial influence. Along the way, visit the Quiver Tree Forest and Moon Landscape. Enjoy a variety of activities in Swakopmund, including dolphin cruises, quad biking, and exploring the dramatic coastline.


Day 10 & 11: Damaraland’s Natural Beauty

Embark on a journey to Damaraland, driving through rugged terrain. Visit the Cape Cross Seal colony and explore unique landscapes, including the Twyfelfontein rock engravings. Seek out desert-adapted elephants and immerse yourself in the area’s culture.


Day 12: Etosha National Park – South

Drive to Etosha National Park, renowned for its wildlife. Enter the park through Anderson Gate and embark on afternoon game drives. Witness the abundant wildlife, including elephants, lions, and various bird species.


Day 13 & 14: Etosha National Park – East

Travel through Etosha National Park, stopping at waterholes to observe the diverse wildlife. Spend two days exploring the park’s eastern side, known for its unique landscapes and exceptional game viewing opportunities.


Day 15: Retreat to Waterberg

Head to Waterberg, a region known for its lush landscapes and hiking trails. Visit the Hoba Meteorite, picnic at Lake Otjikoto or Lake Guinas, and explore the Waterberg Plateau Park. Enjoy the activities offered at the private reserve or game farm.


Day 16: Return to Windhoek

Drive back to Windhoek, drop off your rental car, and transfer to the airport for your departure. Reflect on your incredible 16-day journey through Namibia’s diverse landscapes and memorable experiences.


  • Accommodation
  • Meals (details available on request)
  • Vehicle hire
  • Meet and Greet
  • Airport transfers
  • 24/7 in-country support
  • Comprehensive travel diary with 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.