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07 Day Namibia In A Nutshell Camping Self Drive

Bronze Rated, Upon Request Camping Safari (Namibia)

Safari Highlights:
Namib-Naukluft Park - Sesriem, Dune 45, Dead Vlei & Sossusvlei, Tropic of Capricorn, Swakopmund for adventure activities, Etosha National Park.
Overview:
AA short camping self-drive for those with limited time and wishing to see the two main destinations of Namibia - the recently declared UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Namib Naukluft Sand Sea and Etosha National Park for game viewing. Overnight in the coastal town of Swakopmund between the main destinations
Rates:

2018 Rates manual vehicles
Price per person to Chameleon with Bidvest Car Rental
Based on 2 people sharing with a 4x4 Single Cab with camping equipment & 1 roof tent
Low Season (01/11/17 - 15/06/18) N$8,695
High Season (16/06/18 - 31/10/18) N$10,690
Discounted rates apply from 1 November 2017-28 February 2018 - please enquire

Based on 4 people sharing with a 4x4 Double Cab with camping equipment & 2 roof tents
Low Season (01/11/17 - 15/06/18) N$5,615
High Season (16/06/18 - 31/10/18) N$6,850
Discounted rates apply from 1 November 2017-28 February 2018 - please enquire
OR
Price per person to Chameleon with Namibia Car Rental
Based on 2 people sharing with a 4x4 Single Cab with camping equipment & 1 roof tent
Low Season (01/11/17 - 30/06/18) N$8,255
High Season (01/07/18 - 31/10/18) N$9,080
Based on 2 people sharing with a 4x4 Double Cab with camping equipment & 1 roof tent
Low Season (01/11/17 - 30/06/18) N$9,045
High Season (01/07/18 - 31/10/18) N$10,025
Based on 4 people sharing with a 4x4 Double Cab with camping equipment & 2 roof tents
Low Season (01/11/17 - 30/06/18) N$5,735
High Season (01/07/18 - 31/10/18) N$6,255
(Price valid until 31 October 2018)
Please note that the N$ is fixed to the South African Rand on a 1/1 basis
Safari Options:
Ideally combined with a trip in Botswana or South Africa or perhaps Zambia/Zimbabwe.

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Safari Itinerary

Day 1-2 Sesriem Campsite, Sossusvlei
Collect your vehicle and leave the city after breakfast; drive southwest to Sesriem, the main campsite and entry to the famous sand dunes of Sossusvlei. Explore the orange dunes of Sossuvlei of this recently declared UNESCO World Heritage Site and visit Dead Vlei, a ghostly pane of cracked white clay feating ancient skeletons of long dead camelthorn trees, set against the backdrop of apricot dunes and blue sky - it's a photographers delight.

Day 3 A La Mer Hotel, Swakopmund
Depart after breakfast and drive to the coast, it's worth stopping at Solitaire - from here continue through the desert to the port town of Walvis Bay and the lagoon with flamingos, pelicans and other water birds. Onward to Swakopmund, the rest of day is free to wander around the town or join optional activity such as quad biking, scenic flight or sky dive!

Day 4-6 Okaukuejo Campsite, Etosha National Park
Your destination today is the remarkable Etosha where you'll spend the next 3 nights enjoying game drives in this premier park, one of the largest and best game reserve in Southern Africa recognised for the numbers and various species of game as well as interesting geology. Game drive to your hearts content searching for big cats including lion and leopard, as well as elephant, rhino, hyena, giraffe and plenty of antelopes

Day 7 Departure
After a final game drive,return to Windhoek.




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