Namibia is a vast country, even by African standards, covering an area approximately twice the size of California and somewhat bigger than Texas, but with a population of a mere 2 million – one of the lowest densities in the world. Due to its size, lack of cities, commitment to the environment and its ongoing efforts to protect wildlife, Namibia is one of the few countries in Africa that is experiencing an actual increase in its animal life.  A Namibian safari offers opportunities to have close encounters with leopards and cheetahs, track desert-adapted elephants and observe black rhinos, lions, giraffes, antelopes and other animals at waterholes and in the bush. It is an ‘ageless land’; visible through the heritage of rock art created by stone-age artists and geological attractions such as the petrified forest where fossilized tree trunks have lain for over 280 million years and magnificent dunes tower in one of the world’s oldest deserts. In its north-western region, the Himba people continue to maintain their rich cultural traditions seemingly untouched by modern civilization. A Namibian personalized odyssey affords you the chance to experience this transcendent country in a very personal way. You will have your own professional and experienced naturalist safari guide who will enhance your enjoyment of this memorable country by making it a fascinating and stress-free journey of discovery amidst dramatic scenery.
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Visit the world-renowned AfriCat Foundation
and track leopard and cheetah

Trip Highlights

  • Visit the world renowned AfriCat Foundation and track leopard and cheetah.
  • Watch wildlife close up in a private hide at a floodlit waterhole.
  • Enjoy the wonderful variety of wildlife on game drives within the Etosha National Park.
  • Visit an authentic and remote Himba settlement.
  • Track the endangered black rhino within the Palmwag Concession.
  • Walk amongst pre-historic rock art at the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Twyfelfontein.
  • Search for desert-adapted elephants.
  • Sea kayak with seals and dolphins.
  • Climb (or simply admire) some of the world’s highest free-standing red sand dunes.
  • Marvel at the dead-but-still-standing ancient trees in the desert area of Deadvlei.

Itinerary in Brief

Day 1 & 2                  Windhoek

Day 3 &4                   AfriCat Foundation

Day 5 & 6                  Etosha National Park

Day 7 & 8                  Palmwag area

Day 9 & 10               Damaraland

Day 11 & 12              Swakopmund

Day 13 & 14              Sossusvlei

Day 15                       Windhoek

Day 16                       Departure

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