6 Days Namibia Dunes & Wildlife Tour Package from Albatros Africa N$/ZAR7955/- (Posted on Jul 13 2011)

6 Days Namibia Dunes & Wildlife Tour Package from Albatros Africa N$/ZAR7955/-

NAMIBIA DUNES & WILDLIFE TOUR
6 Days From N$/ZAR 7 955

Guaranteed scheduled weekly departures on Tuesdays.
Combine Etosha National Park and Sossusvlei and experience the magic of Namibia in one tour. The northern leg of the tour drives to Etosha National Park, often described as one of the best game reserves in Africa, with over 114 species of mammal.

The southern leg of the tour drives into the Naukluft, a beautiful, mountainous area, with numerous springs and small streams. Exploring some of the highest sand dunes in the world at Sossusvlei is just one of many highlights.

Special offer – Book and Pay by 1 August 2011 and receive 10% off!

Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park

Day 1 Tuesday – Windhoek to Etosha National Park
You will be collected from your hotel at 12h00 (in the summer) or 13h00 (during the winter months).

At Otjiwarongo there will be a short stop for refreshments before you continue north towards Etosha National Park, arriving just in time for a fabulous Namibian sunset.

An authentic Namibian dinner will be prepared by the guide.  Enjoy a good night’s rest in the quiet of the African bush.

Day 2 Wednesday – Etosha National Park
Depart at sunrise to begin a game drive – this is the best time of the day to locate the animals. The game drive will continue until mid-morning, when you can enjoy a light breakfast. The morning drive across the park is great fun and will take in many waterholes.

Though you will be looking out mainly for the big 4 (there are no buffalo in Etosha National Park), spotting and naming the vast variety of game roaming the plains is an exciting distraction.

The tour continues to Halali, the central camp in the park where the guide will prepare a delicious lunch. You have time to take a dip in the pool, or rest at the waterhole. Then it’s on to the mighty Etosha Pan, to marvel at the incredible size of the saltpan, as well as its residents.

The tour continues back to Okaukuejo, stopping at some well-known waterholes en route, before leaving the park just before sunset. The evening meal will be prepared by the guide, and another early night is advised.

Day 3 Thursday – Etosha National Park to Windhoek
Another early morning game drive (±3 hours) inside the park, searching for all the animals on your ‘must see’ wish-list that you didn’t have a chance to see yesterday. Enjoy a light lunch on the way back to Windhoek, stopping at the craft markets at Okahandja for gifts, souvenir shopping and woodcarvings.

You will arrive in Windhoek in the late afternoon, and will be taken to your accommodation for the night.

Day 4 Friday – Windhoek to Sesriem
Relax and enjoy a leisurely morning in Windhoek before your departure shortly before 12h00 (in winter) or around 13h00 (in summer).

Driving via Rehoboth and Naukluft, you will arrive at the tented camp around mid-afternoon. After checking in and refreshing, take a walk to a nearby hill to enjoy the magical colours of sunset in the Namib Desert.

The swimming pool and bar offer the perfect spots to take it easy and wind down after a long day’s drive. An early night is advised.

Day 5 Saturday – Sossusvlei
Rise early and departure for the dunes at Sossusvlei, which is just 3km away. The early departure from camp ensures you will arrive in time to enjoy the early morning light on the dunes.

sossusvlei dune

sossusvlei dune

Travel down an ancient river bed, encircled by towering dunes, to the 2×4 parking area. The 4×4 shuttle drives straight into the Sossusvlei area where you can explore the some of the world’s highest dunes, before stopping at Dead Vlei, with its skeletal camel thorn trees.

To return, you can choose between walking or taking the dune shuttle, making a stop at (and climbing if desired) the famous Dune 45, the highest dune of them all. Return to Sesriem and visit the nearby Sesriem Canyon, one of the only constant sources of water in the area. You will arrive back at the camp in the late afternoon, in time to watch the sun set over the desert.

Day 6 Sunday – Windhoek
After a leisurely breakfast, it’s time to load up and return to Windhoek, on a slightly different route via Bullsport and Rehoboth. Arrival time is early afternoon at your Windhoek accommodation.

DATES AND PRICES:-

Special offer – Book and Pay by 1 August 2011 and receive 10% off!

Validity period: 01 May 2011 – 31 Oct 2012
All prices are N$/ZAR based on min. 2 persons travelling

Per person sharing: N$/ZAR 7 955
Single Room Supplement: N$/ZAR 1 790

No children under 12. Children older than 12 pay full price.

*Scheduled departures weekly; tour starts on Tuesdays.

Included in the price:

  • English guided. The guide is also the driver.
  • Accommodation and meals as listed on the itinerary
  • Park entrance fees
  • Pick-up and drop off at any central Windhoek Hotel or Guest House included.
  • Passenger liability insurance

Excluded from the price:

  • Beverages
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Tips
  • Travel Insurance
  • Meals not listed in the itinerary
  • Any optional activities
  • Visas

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Posted by on Jul 13 2011. Filed under Africa, Featured, Namibia, Windhoek.

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6 Days Namibia Dunes & Wildlife Tour Package from Albatros Africa N$/ZAR7955/-

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