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11 Day Namibia Kaleidoscope Camping & accommodation Guided Safari

Bronze Rated, Upon Request Accommodated & Camping Safari (Namibia)

Safari Highlights:
Namib Naukluft National Park for Sossusvlei, Dead Vlei and Sesriem; Swakopmund Town for activities; Twyfelfontein for rock etchings; Living Damara Museum; Himba tribe; Etosha National Park for superb game viewing;
Explore the stark yet stunningly beautiful desert sand dunes of Sossusvlei, the seaside and activity town of Swakopmund, the dramatic landscapes of Damaraland with a visit to the ancient rock etchings and local Damara village, then onto the nomadic Himba people in the north as well as one of the most famous and prolific game parks of Southern Africa - Etosha National Park. This safari also includes a visit to the Namib Carnivore Conservation Centre so a real must for animal lovers, landscape lovers and those seeking some cultural interaction, an upgraded accommodation only option is also available.
Single Supplement: No
Child Friendly: No
Group Size:
Min: 2 people
Max: 6 people

Price valid until 31 October 2018
Price per person to Chameleon based on 2 people sharing N$44,275
Travelling in a 4 x4 Land cruiser station wagon or similar
Price per person to Chameleon based on 4 people sharing N$29,540
Travelling in an air-conditioned 2x4 quantum vehicle
Price per person to Chameleon based on 4 people sharing N$32,915
Travelling in a 4x4 10seat safari vehicle

Price per person to Chameleon based on 6 people sharing N$24,500
Travelling in an air-conditioned 2x4 quantum vehicle
Price per person to Chameleon based on 6 people sharing N$26010
Travelling in a 4x4 10seat safari vehicle
Departure Dates - daily subject to availability
(Price valid until 31 October 2017)

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Safari Itinerary

Day 1 The Elegant Guesthouse, Windhoek
Upon arrival at the airport you will be collected and transferred to The Elegant Guesthouse in Windhoek. Depending on the time you may have the chance to wander the shops or city sights.

Day 2-3 Sesriem, Sossusvlei
You'll be collected from your accommodation by your guide and depart from Windhoek at around 08h30am. Driving through the rugged Khomas Hochland mountain range we descend to the desert floor. Later this afterrnoon walk to Elim's Dune for sunset watching the colours change over the nearby mountains.

Day 4-5 A La Mer Hotel, Swakopmund
Early morning departure from Sesriem, stopping at the quaint town of Solitaire before continuing through the desert with its endless views across the pastel-coloured gravel plains to the port town of Walvis Bay. We visiti the lagoon, a protected RAMSAR weltand site where we may see the many species of birds including greater and lesser flamingos, pelicans, avocents, plovers and the endemic Damara tern before a short stop aat the salt farm. From here continue onto Swakopmund, full of historic buildings and where your guide will assist those wishing to book optional adventure activities such as sand boarding, quad biking, scenic flights, kayanking, marine cruises to name but a few, which you have time for this afternoon and tomorrow. A chance for you to relax today or you may wish to enjoy optional activities such as a kayaking or perhaps a highly recommended day trip to Sandwich Harbour. Alternatively you can walk along the beach or visit the museum and aquarium, enjoy coffee and cake at one or the many cafes or wander along the beach listening to the roar of the waves of the mighty Atlantci Ocean - the choice is yours.

Day 6 Madisa Campsite, Damaraland
We leave after breakfast and head north along the Skeleton Coast past the gravel plains and desert opening up around us with the ocean crashing down onto the shore, stopping south of Henties Bay to view a shipwreck near the shore before continuing onto Cape Cross. This is home of thousands of Cape fur seals where during breeding season over 100,000 are carmmed onto the beach fighting for space. We retrace our steps to Henties Bay and turn inland driving past Brandberg, the hightest point in Namibia and a huge massif rising up over the plains to Twyfelfontein and later this afternoon visit to the rock etchings with a local guide who will explain the history and importance of these etchings is included and also a visit to the Damara Living Museum where we will enjoy a tour of a traditional village (if there is not nough time we can visit the following day).

Day 7 Grootberg Lodge, Damaraland
This morning depart from southern Damaraland and drive north to our base tonight situated at the top of the Grootberg Pass and the c&halets are set on the edge of the plateau with jaw-dropping views over the valley.

Day 8-10 Okaukuejo Rest Camp, Etosha National Park
After the Himba excursion drive directly to Etosha entering at the Anderson Gate in the south and game drive through to Okaukuejo arriving later in the afteroon. Relax by the foodlit waterhole at sunset and watch the game wander in to drink. The following days enjoy game drives early morning and late afternoon. After dinner perhaps sit by the floodlit waterhole that attracts various species of game such us black rhino, elephant and leopard. Etosha is recognised as one of the best game parks in Southern Africa for the numbers and various species of game as well as the interesting geology.

Day 11 Departure
Return to Windhoek today after stopping at the craft markets in Okahandja where you can watch the various crafts being carved in wood. You'll be dropping in Windhoek at your accommodation or at the airport for your ongoing flight - no flights prior to mid/late afternoon.

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