13 Day Escape to Namibia Family Private–Guided Safari


A super all–round family safari visiting many of the highlights that Namibia has to offer – from the dunes of Sossusvlei to the wonderful coastal and activity centre of Swakopmund. There is also the chance to interact with local communities, enjoy the great diversity of wildlife in Etosha and visit a Cheetah Conservation Fund – one of Namibia’s conservation centres. (#) This safari can be offered as a camping or mid–range accommodated tour and adjusted to suit your family’s requirements.


Namibgrens for traditional guest farm and experience Namibian farming; Namib Naukluft for guided tour of Sossusvlei dunes and surrounds; Swakopmund and coastal area with Cape Cross; Damaraland and Twyfelfontein rock etchings, vast landscapes and cultural interaction; Etosha National Park wildlife haven and guided game drives; Cheetah Conservation Fund


On Request Private Guided Safari,Family Safari 




Day 1 Windhoek

Upon arrival in the capital city you’ll be transferred to your accommodation and the rest of the day is free to explore – whether you wander around the craft centre or join a city tour, it’s entirely up to you

Day 2 Namibgrens Guest Farm

Meet your guide and start your safari adventure. Heading towards the Spreegshoogte Pass, this traditional farmstead is ideal for walks in stunning landscapes as well as exploring and learning about the running of a livestock and game farm in Namibia – head out to enjoy the spectacular views walking and see the famous Nguni cattle

Days 3&4 Namib Naukluft area for Sossusvlei

Our destination takes us to one of Namibia’s most famous landscapes – the towering red dunes of Sossusvlei, your guide will take you on an escorted tour where you can climb a dune or two (and run down the slip–face), experience and learn about this ancient desert and how animals and smaller creatures survive in this harsh landscape. Dead Vlei and Dune 45 are the most photographed of the dunes and you’ll have the chance to visit both and perhaps climb a dune to appreciate the scale and size, the light is best early in the morning when the light trickles over the bright orange dunes. Later, we visit nearby Sesriem Canyon, and find out why this was so important to early explorers

Day 5&6 Swakopmund

Cross the Tropic of Capricorn to Swakopmund, the next days are set aside for family adventure and fun–filled optional activities. Choose from activities such as sand–boarding, quad–biking or maybe a kayak tour or marine cruise in Walvis Bay lagoon where you can see dolphins and seals, marine bird life and perhaps even a whale or two. Enjoy the cafe culture and restaurants or visit the museum – there is plenty to keep all the family content and occupied, as well as time to relax

Day 7 Twyfelfontein, Damaraland

Drive north along the Skeleton Coast to Cape Cross seal colony where thousands of Cape fur seals congregate on the beach, rocky outcrops and frolic in the ocean. Turn inland to the vast Namib landscapes and onward to Twyfelfontein – watch out for wandering desert elephants through the dry river–beds as we drive

Day 8 Grootberg Lodge, Northern Damaraland

A local guide will escort us on a tour of the ancient Bushman etchings this morning where we learn about the history of the area. From here, drive through incredible flat–topped mountains and rugged landscapes to northern Damaraland to a community–based lodge for the night and join an excursion to meet some of the Damara community to find out about their traditional lifestyle 

Day 9–11 Etosha National Park

This morning we make our way to Namibia’s premier game viewing destination, Etosha National Park, our first nights aim to be at Okaukuejo, famous for it’s floodlit waterhole and regarded as one of the best spots for wildlife – during the dry winter months its not unusual to see rhino, elephant, predators and herbivores all clamouring to drink. We enjoy exciting game drives with our guide who will share his/her knowledge with you about the park, its geology and of course, the many animals and birds we will see as we visit some of the many waterholes and traverse the park

Day 12 Frans Indongo Lodge for Cheetah Conservation Fund

After a final game drive, we leave Etosha behind us and head to the Cheetah Conservation Fund where we find out about conservation of one of the world’s endangered species – the cheetah. Learn about this beautiful big cat, famed for being the fastest land animal with a 1 hour visit to the visitor centre and museum. From here we continue to our lodge and final night on safari

Day 13 Windhoek

Today we return to Windhoek where you are dropped at the airport, its time to bid your guide goodbye and take your onward connection (no flights prior to late afternoon)


2019 Rates

(Price pp based on twin share)

2022 N$158,280

Single Supplement: Yes

Notes: Total Price to Chameleon based on a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children) in Toyota Fortuner

Accommodation - Day 1 Chameleon Backpackers & Guest House Windohek
Day 2 Namibgrens Guest Farm & Campsite
Day3&4 Sesriem Campsite for Sossusvlei
Day 5&6 A La Mer Swakopmund
Day 7 Madisa Campsite Damaraland
Day 8 Grootberg Lodge northern Damaraland
Day 9–11 Okaukuejo/Halali  Etosha National Park
Day 12 Frans Indongo Lodge nr Waterberg
Day 13 Return to Windhoek/end

Low Season - 11/1/2021 to 6/30/2022, High Season - 7/1/2022 to 10/31/2022


2019 Rates

(Price pp based on twin share)

2022 From N$181,105

Single Supplement: Yes

Accommodation - Day 1 Utopia Boutique Windhoek
Day 2 Namibgrens Guest Farm  
Day3&4 Desert Homestead for Sossusvlei
Day 5&6 A La Mer Swakopmund
Day 7 Twyfelfontein Country Lodge Damaraland
Day 8 Grootberg Lodge northern Damaraland
Day 9–11 Okaukuejo/Halali Etosha National Park
Day 12 Frans Indongo Lodge nr Waterberg
Day 13 Return to Windhoek/end

Notes: Total price for family of 4 (2adults & 2 children under 12yrs) travelling in 4x4 Toyota Fortuner

Low Season - 11/1/2021 to 6/30/2022, High Season - 7/1/2022 to 10/31/2022

Comfort Rating


Group Size

4 to none