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Duration: 12 days
Location: South Africa and Namibia
Price: 2018 Rates from ZAR 15,550 pps and Activity Package ZAR 890 pp. 2019 Rates from ZAR 17,950 pps and Activity Package ZAR 550 pp
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Starts: Cape Town

Ends: Windhoek

Group size: Max 24

Tour Code : NOM03

Safari Vehicle Type: Adventure Truck

Single Supplement: 2018 Rate ZAR 330 & 2019 Rate ZAR R280

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The very best of Namibia. The Namib and its Dunes, Etosha and its Wildlife and the incredible red ochre of the Himba people. This also has the wide open spaces of the desert, the Rock formations of the Damaraland and the sea and adventure of Swakopmund. A safari that offers it all. On departing Cape Town, we’ll stop for you to take the quintessential picture of Table Mountain. We then head on to the Cederberg where you can wind your way along a hiking trail to view Bushmen Paintings. As we cross into Namibia, admire vast untouched desert landscapes, take a canoe trip on the Orange River, enjoy adventure activities in Swakopmund, barter with the local Himba tribe, view the Desert Elephant and other mud bathed animals in Etosha before ending your tour in Windhoek with a delicious dinner at Joe’s Beerhouse.

    • Trained crew and specialised vehicles
    • Excellent Value for money and the very best of Namibia
    • Highlights include: Hike along the rim of the Fish River Canyon, Hike into Sesriem Canyon, Sunrise hike up Dune 45, Guided Walk through Spitzkoppe, Full day game drive in Etosha National Park
    • This safaris is offered in reverse and also as an accommodated option (for a higher rate)
  • 12 Day Namibia Camping Adventure: From Cape Town To Windhoek

    Day 1 – South Africa – Cederberg Region, Cape Town to Citrusdal ±270 km
    Leaving Cape Town we make our first stop at Table View and take photos of Table Mountain from across Table Bay. We will be heading north towards our stop for the first night, passing through the Cederberg Region. Upon arrival at our overnight stop, we will enjoy a wine tasting, sampling wines from the region. Tonight we will be treated to a traditional South African meal, followed by a full tour briefing from your guides.
    Meals: Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation:Camp: Marcuskraal Campsite
    Facilities:Hot Showers, Swimming Pool, Drinkable Water & Shared Ablutions
    Activity Package:Wine tasting & traditional dinner

    Day 2 – Namaqualand – Gariep (Orange) River, Citrusdal to Orange river ±500 km
    After an early start, we continue north via the distant town of Springbok, best known for its diamonds, copper and spring flowers. We then proceed to our camp located right beside the Namibian border. The camp is situated on the riverbank that forms the border between South Africa and Namibia.
    Accommodation:Camp: Fiddlers Creek Campsite
    Facilities: Hot Showers, Bar, Water Not Drinkable, Shop & Shared Ablutions

    The Gariep (Orange) River
    The Orange River is the longest in South Africa, starting in the Drakensberg in Lesotho, it flows westward towards the Atlantic ocean where it spills out on the border of South Africa and Namibia. Although it passes through no major cities it plays a major role in the South African economy by providing irrigation to the vital farmlands. The Orange River tours are famous for canoeing that occurs on the world famous rapids of the region. The Orange River forms part of the North West border of South Africa and therefore all of our tours that go to Namibia will cross the Orange River, and most of them we’ll overnight at a camp on the banks of the Orange River. The Orange River is famous for its historic diamond mining, but for some, the magnificent beauty that is found on the banks of the river. There are over 142 different species of birds that can be seen. 

    Day 3 – Namibia – Gariep (Orange) River – Fish River Canyon, Orange River to Fish River Canyon ±180 km
    This morning there’s the chance to see the beautiful river valley by canoe or just relax at camp. After lunch we cross the border and travel to the Fish River Canyon. After a scenic walk along the edge of the canyon we enjoy our dinner while watching the sunset. This is also a fantastic photo opportunity.
    Accommodation:Camp: Hobas Campsite
    Facilities:Shared Ablutions & Hot Showers (sometimes)
    Included Highlight:Hike along the rim of the Fish River Canyon
    Optional Activity:Half-Day Canoe Trip

    Fish River Canyon
    The Fish River Canyon in the South of Namibia is the second largest in the world and the largest in Africa, in places it is 27kms wide and up to 550m deep in total it is over 160km long. Fish River canyon tours should be on everyone’s list of things to see before they die. It is a natural wonder that should not be missed when visiting Southern Africa. Another major attraction of the area found at the Southern end of the Fish River Canyon Ai-Ais hot springs resort.  Namibia is country full of amazing attraction and it can often be difficult to choose which ones you should visit, however with our experienced tour guides and our Fish River Canyon travel options you will be guaranteed to see the most memorable sites on offer.  The Fish River Canyon is not only naturally beautiful it is historically significant as it provides clues into the ancient geology of the landscape. 

    Day 4 – Namib-Naukluft National Park, Fish River Canyon to Namib-Naukluft Park ±520 km
    We arrive at the Namib-Naukluft National Park and set up camp, then enjoy a short hike into the Sesriem Canyon. Tonight we enjoy the star-studded sky and enduring silence of the Namib Desert, only occasionally interrupted by the call of a Jackal or, a rather unique lizard, the barking gecko!
    Accommodation:Camp: Sesriem campsite
    Facilities:Hot Showers, Swimming Pool, Bar, Drinkable Water, Shop & Shared Ablutions
    Included Highlights:Hike into Sesriem Canyon

    Namib-Naukluft National Park
    The Namib-Naukluft National Park is bigger than Switzerland at 49,768 square km, making it the largest game park in Africa. Being in Namibia this national park is predominantly made up of fiery desert and burnt orange dunes and hills formed by the push and pull of the wind. Unlike most wild parks around the world that are filled with typical wild African and untamed animals, the Namib-Naukluft National Park is filled with animals of a different kind. Snakes, never before seen “weird” insects as well as over 200 species of birds inhabit the area. The area of Sossusvlei is more notorious and is the main tourist attraction to the area. The Namib is characterised by its Inselbergs and rocky outcrops called Kopjes. These enclaves and outcrops have been completely created by nature and are the tell-tale signs of heavy wind and its ability to form natural art. They’re also evidence of Gondwanaland and the time when the two most southern tips of the world separated to form Africa, South America and Australia. 

    Day 5 – Sossusvlei Dunes – Namib-Naukluft National Park, Sesriem to Sossusvlei ±150 km
    This is our earliest morning as we prepare for our hike up Dune 45 to marvel at the sunrise. After our hike, we will have the chance to visit Sossusvlei. Later we join a local expert on a guided hike and learn more about the unique desert ecosystem and how the Bushmen survived in the harsh desert conditions.
    Accommodation:Camp: Desert Shelter Cha-re no website available
    Facilities:Hot Showers, Swimming Pool, Bar & Shared Ablutions
    Activity Package:Guided desert walk with local expert – Naukluft National Park
    Included Highlight:Sunrise hike up Dune 45
    Optional Activity:Transfer to Deadvlei

    Sossusvlei is one of the world’s most remote and beautiful places, synonymous with sweeping sand dunes and astonishing sunsets. The salt and clay pan is enclosed by towering, vivid red dunes, which some say are the highest in the world, presenting a breath-taking picture, as their crimson colour clashes with the cobalt sky.  The area is located within the Namib-Nauklift National Park of Namibia, in the heart of the exquisitely isolated desert. Sossus is Nama for ‘no return’, while vlei is the Afrikaans word for marsh, so effectively the area is known as ‘no return marsh,’ in reference to the fact that it is the Tsauchab River’s natural endorheic drainage basin. The region spans between the Koichab and Kuiseb rivers and is every photographer’s dream destination. The dunes have a brilliant red palette and are best viewed at sunrise and sunset, when the sun’s crepuscular rays cast them in an incandescent flaming hue, while the wind demonstrates its artistry, painting complex ripples in the sand. Imagine a solitary herd of Gemsbok stepping carefully on the crest of the sandbank, leaving soft footprints in the silt. The highest of all the dunes is ‘Big Daddy’ which dominates the landscape, measuring a remarkable 380 metres in height. Although the region is predominantly associated with draught, periodically the rains will fall and the vlei fills with water, attracting many animals and people to its banks. This sight is extremely rare and not one to be missed, as the area teems with life, adorning the undulating dunes. Visit the majestic Sesriem Canyon which starts as a deep cleft in the ground, eventually expanding into a flattened plain. Witness the Naravlei, from the top of ‘Big Mama’ – an obliging dune which is well worth the climb and explore the haunting desolation of Dead Vlei, which is named for its numerous dead camelthorn trees, some of which are over 800 years old. 

    Day 6 – Swakopmund, Sossusvlei to Swakopmund ±250 km
    After a brief photo stop while crossing the Tropic of Capricorn, we travel onto Namibia’s Atlantic coast and the adventure capital, Swakopmund. Just before we arrive in Swakopmund, we stop at the Walvis bay lagoon en route, where there are often flamingos to be seen. You will be briefed on the many optional activities available here and there is time to explore the town before dinner out at one of the local restaurants
    Accommodation:Two Per Room: Gruner Kranz Courtyard OR Stay@Swakop OR Amampuri
    Facilities:En-suites Per Room, Bar, Internet, Drinkable Water & Wireless Internet
    Included highlight:Stop off in Walvis Bay (to view flamingos)
    Optional activity:Dinner Out Swakopmund

    Swakopmund is a coastal city on the North Western coast of Namibia, it is known as the adventure capital of Namibia and this is evident in the long list of optional activities that are available on our stop overs on our Swakopmund tours. The town has a permanent inhabitation of 42 000 residents so is by no means massive. It does however have a rich and fascinating history and the influence from the days of German colonization. The architecture is stunning and there are many quaint shops and nooks, you can lose yourself for an entire day in the city centre should you choose not to take part in the optional extras and would rather spend a day exploring.  Swakopmund has a rich and fascinating history which is evident in the infrastructure of the town and the culture of the people, Swakopmund travel allows you the opportunity to learn about a part of African colonization that is often left unlearned. The German occupation of Southern Africa has a massive impact on the language and culture to a degree that is still evident today. Founded in 1892 as the main harbour for the imperial German Colony, it was chosen for its fresh water supply and deep natural harbour. When the Union of South Africa took over control of German South West Africa after World War 2 it transferred shipping responsibility to Walvis Bay, as such many of the major shipping companies that opened up offices moved out. The phenomenal architecture they left behind though is still visible.

    Day 7 – Swakopmund
    Today is your chance to experience the adrenalin filled atmosphere that Swakopmund offers. Taking a walk around Swakopmund’s shops and having a leisurely lunch is also a great way to spend your day if you are not participating in the many activities available on offer here.
    Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation:Two Per Room: Gruner Kranz Courtyard OR Stay@Swakop OR Amampuri
    Facilities:En-suites Per Room, Hot Showers, Bar, Internet, Laundry, Wireless Internet & Restaurant
    Optional Activity:Dolphin Cruise 4/5horas, Sky Diving, Sandboarding, Quad Biking (2 hours), Dinner Out Swakopmund

    Day 8 – Spitzkoppe, Swakopmund to Spitzkoppe ±80 km
    Leaving the coast we drive through arid landscapes to Spitzkoppe Mountain. The enormous granite monoliths dominate the otherwise flat landscape and we set up camp in the wild plain at the base of the mountain. This afternoon our guide will take us on a guided walk to explore the unique rock formations. The more adventurous among us may want to try some mountain climbing for some stunning views of the landscape.
    Accommodation:Bush Camp: Spitzkoppe Community Campsite
    Facilities:Long Drop Toilet
    Included highlight: Guided Walk through Spitzkoppe

    Spitzkoppe tours take you to a collection of granite peaks located between Swakopmund and Usakos. The peaks stand out dramatically on the flat desolate landscape. The granite that forms the peaks is over 700 million years old and the highest of them rises 1784 meters above sea level which works out to 700 meters above the desert. One of the major attractions of the region are the rock paintings done by the Khoi San tribes that inhabited the area. The peak is known by rock climbers all over the world as one of the most challenging in Southern Africa. Although our Spitzkoppe tours don’t offer the chance to climb the peak, there is a guided nature walk of the area and you will have free time to explore the region around the camp and if you are feeling adventurous you can try climbing it for some stunning views. The paintings, many hundreds of years old, offer a glimpse into the lifestyle and culture of the ancient Khoi San people. This extra-terrestrial landscape is often overlooked by people travelling to Namibia by themselves.

    Day 9 – Kamanjab – Himba Tribe, Spitzkoppe to Outjo ±340 km
    We visit a Himba community close to Kamanjab where you will have an opportunity to interact with the people who live there. This is a working village and is only a representation of a larger group of nomadic pastoralists. The semi-nomadic Himba people are extremely susceptible to Western influence and have lost a large portion of their land to farmers, engineers, miners and many were displaces during the wars that raged in Angola. The dwindling number of pastoralists that still exist in their natural environment are protected as far as possible by creating a “buffer zone”, or an “educational tribe” where tourists who would like to get a better understanding of the way of the Himba, their lifestyle and their traditions, can do so without interfering with those still living in their natural environment. Visiting the Himba tribe can be a controversial topic that gets discussed at the camp fire, however not so much if the reason for visiting this particular tribe is understood beforehand. The income that this specific tribe generates from the visits goes towards the education of orphaned Himba children and assists the tribe in giving them a chance to learn about their own culture and heritage. There is a market at the end of your visit, this is a way for the women to establish a small income, used for their own private expenses, and it is up to you whether you’d like to purchase anything or not.
    Accommodation:Camp: Etotongwo
    Facilities:Hot Showers, Swimming Pool, Bar, Internet & Restaurant
    Activity Package: Himba Tribe Visit

    Day 10 – Etosha National Park, Outjo to Etosha National Park ±170 km
    The open plains of the Etosha National Park allows for spectacular elevated game viewing from our truck whilst on game drives. Our overnight stops, which boasts floodlit night water holes, are situated inside the park.
    Meals: Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Accommodation:Camp: Namutoni OR Okaukuejo OR Halali
    Facilities:Hot Showers, Swimming Pool, Bar, Waterhole, Drinkable Water, Shop & Shared Ablutions
    Included Highlight:Afternoon game drive

    Etosha National Park
    Etosha Pan National Park is a large endorheic salt pan which forms part of the Kalahari basin. It is a 120 km long dry lake bed, which is protected by the Etosha National Park home to some of the most phenomenal game viewing in the world. One of the elements that make the Etosha National park tours so memorable is that the camps sites within the park are built on the edge of water holes, so you can spend peaceful evenings with good company as the sun goes down watching the animals come down to the waterhole to drink. The Etosha Pan is a truly beautiful and unique place with game viewing that you will not see anywhere else in the world, the facilities are world class to make for a comfortable and memorable stay. The natural beauty and abundant wildlife will provide countless photo opportunities to make your friends jealous. Game viewing can never be offered with guarantees, as you are dealing with wild animals you can never be certain of how they will behave.

    Day 11 – Etosha National Park
    Etosha is the venue for some of the most unique game viewing experiences in Africa. The sparse grasslands allow great opportunities to see animals normally hidden in dense vegetation. You may even see some of the amazing animals crossing the road in front of your truck! We will go on various game drives and spend our evenings at the abundant waterholes for some excellent game photography.
    Accommodation:Camp: Namutoni OR Okaukuejo OR Halali
    Facilities:Hot Showers, Swimming Pool, Bar, Drinkable Water & Shared Ablutions
    Included Highlight:Full day game drive in Overland truck

    Day 12 – Windhoek, Etosha National Park to Windhoek ±445 km
    After an early morning game drive we set off towards Windhoek, the Capital city of Namibia. On the way we stop at a popular craft market where you can barter for handmade gifts to take home. Windhoek is not only the capital; it is also the cultural, social and economic centre of Namibia. On arrival in Windhoek our guide will take us on a short city tour in our truck. Your tour ends on arrival in Windhoek, but it is nice to join the group for a final meal out at Joe’s Beer House, an exciting dining experience!
    Meals: Breakfast/Lunch
    Accommodation:Own Arrangements / Post tour accommodation can be booked through us
    Included Highlight:Drive through Windhoek with the Overland truck, Craft market stop en-route

    Namibia is one of Africa’s most beautiful regions – the desert landscape is a photographer’s dream; known for its sweeping, red-gold dunes, sparse vegetation and abundant wildlife. Windhoek is one of the country’s busiest cities – known for its alluring diversity and cosmopolitan feel, the metropolis attracts myriad visitors each year. Wander through the town and gaze at an array of stately buildings, including the impressive parliament buildings and Hero’s Acre. If you’re historically inclined, then ensure that you pop into the plethora of museums on offer, including the National Library and National Art Gallery. If you’re in need of some rest and rejuvenation, then visit the serene National Botanical Gardens to immerse yourself in the tranquillity of the gorgeous grounds. Botanists will delight in the numerous plant species on offer which attract plenty of exquisite insects and prolific bird life. Windhoek is a captivating blend of African and European influences – the country gained independence in 1990 and exudes its own unique character and charm. With a reputation for being extremely safe and well-cared for, this is a place where you can wander around without feeling insecure and anxious. Stroll down Robert Mugabe Avenue to admire Alte Feste – one of the city’s oldest buildings that was built in 1890. Once military headquarters, today, it serves as an intriguing state museum, housing an array of memorabilia that commemorates Namibia’s journey to independence. If you have little ones, then make sure that you visit the delightful Zoo Park which is an ideal hot spot for picnics. With a pond and a playground on offer, the beautiful park is sure to be a hit with your kids. Windhoek is an ideal place for families – with a reputation for being a close-knit, friendly community, the city has a host of amenities on offer for young and old alike. 


    Activity Package:
    This is an optional payment that covers what we consider to be ‘essential activities’ on our tours. Ideally we would include all of these, but not everyone can afford this. This payment is 100% transparent and is listed below. The Activity Package can be pre-purchased prior to your arrival or through your guide on day 1 of your tour.

    Activity Country Price
    Wine tasting & traditional dinner South Africa ZAR180
    Guided desert walk with local expert Namibia ZAR350
    Himba Tribe Visit Namibia ZAR350
    Total (AP Price) ZAR880

    This itinerary has been written with the Activity Package items included. If you wish to participate in all the activities listed, you will need to purchase the Activity Package.



    There are more optional activities being created every day – we have listed only the most popular. If there is something specific you would like to do then speak to your guide as they will be able to assist you if possible.

    Activity Country Price
    Half-Day Canoe Trip South Africa From ZAR250 to ZAR 300
    Dinner Out Swakopmund Namibia From ZAR80 to ZAR150
    Dolphin Cruise 4/5 hours Namibia From ZAR550 to ZAR650
    Sky Diving Namibia From ZAR2300 to ZAR2600
    Sandboarding Namibia From ZAR350 to ZAR550
    Quad Biking (2 hours) Namibia From ZAR600 to ZAR700
    Dinner Out Windhoek Namibia From ZAR80 to ZAR150



    What’s included:

    • Meals as indicated on the itinerary
    • accommodation,
    • registered guides
    • and transport.
    • We also include some of the highlights. These highlights are listed below in the day-by-day descriptions as “included highlights”.


    What’s excluded:

    • All items of a personal nature,
    • alcohol,
    • soft drinks,
    • bottled water,
    • snacks,
    • souvenirs,
    • tips,
    • activity package and
    • optional activities (see list for an indication of prices).
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    2018 Rates : From ZAR 15,550 pps and Activity Package ZAR 890 pp

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