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based on 10 nights & selected experiences
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public vacations) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
per person including light aircraft transfers, bed and breakfast in Windhoek and fully inclusive there after with all meals, local drinks and activities included.
Witness incredible views of giant dunes of Sossusvlei from the air on this flying safari
Discover the harsh Skeleton Coast with its ship wrecks and dramatic coast line
Relax beside your private plunge pool at Little Ongava and enjoy some wildlife in the distance
Enjoy morning and afternoon game drives on the private Ongava Reserve, home to good rhino and lion populations
The best time to visit Namibia is from April to September as the temperature is tolerably cool, especially at night. From May to September the increasingly thirsty animals gather at waterholes in Etosha, making it the best time for safari.
Enjoy a beautiful Namibian honeymoon as you stay in some of the most scenic areas of Namibia. Flying between each lodge offers a unique perspective of the dramatic landscapes including the red dunes of the Namib desert, the remote Skeleton Coast and the waterholes of Etosha where you will end for a few days of safari.
This Namibian flying safari starts in the capital Windhoek, staying at a small boutique guest house in one of Windhoek’s leafy suburbs. This is the perfect place to catch your breath, enjoy a good meal and get ready for your ultimate Namibian adventure. Rise early morning in time for your light aircraft flight from the nearby domestic Eros airport to Sossusvlei.
On your descent to the airstrip enjoy wonderful views of the red dunes in the distance. Spend the next three nights exploring the incredibly scenic Sossuvlei area. Rise early to enter the Namib Naukluft National Park when the gates open to climb the huge red sand dunes and walk between the ancient scorched trees at Dead Vlei. Offering many wonderful opportunities for photos, this area has some of the tallest dunes in the world. To further explore the area, grab a quad bike or head out on a nature drive to take in some more incredible views where you could come across the likes of oryx, springbok and potentially even a bat-eared fox. This area is also home to the Sesriem Canyon where you could take some breathtaking walks and learn about the topography of the area.
Next up is a two-hour light aircraft flight to the remote Skeleton Coast. Offering unforgettable landscapes and a unique insight into Namibia’s desert adapted wildlife, the Skeleton Coast is hauntingly beautiful. Within the Skeleton Coast National Park guests can explore the diverse landscapes, take a day trip to the harsh coastline and witness some of Africa’s rare desert lion, elephant and giraffe populations which inhabit this region. With no other camp for hundreds of miles, a stay in this area really takes exclusivity to another level offering guests a fantastic insight into one of Africa’s most remote and wildest parts of the continent.
Leaving the Skeleton Coast, you will fly by light aircraft flight south to the Ongava Game Reserve, bordering the south west boundary of Etosha National Park. The Ongava reserve is home to some of the best wildlife in Namibia and the flag ship camp, Little Ongava, is the perfect place to explore it from. With the choice of game drives on the private reserve or in the main national park guests can experience the diverse and dense wildlife populations with good sightings of rhino, lion, cheetah and leopard.
Enjoy a full day trip to Klein Oase and Auses Spring in a semi-closed safari vehicle. It's a fascinating experience to visit these oases in the middle of the desert and see the wealth of wildlife they support.
Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp offers a diverse range of activities to truly showcase the staggering landscapes and varied wildlife of the northern Palmwag Concession and Skeleton Coast. Game drives and walking safaris are two memorable experiences.
Enjoy the rocky landscape and sand dunes of Sossusvlei from above, soar over the Namib Desert as the landscape changes color as the sun rises. What better way to view them than from above, drifting gently in a hot air balloon?
The Lagoon at Walvis Bay offers a marine haven for birds and marine creatures. A morning kayak safari, when the water is calm is one of the best ways to observe the Cape fur seal colonies & flamingos. Dolphins and pelicans are also regularly spotted.
This half day tour sets off into Swakopmund's desert terrain in search of its resident fauna. Your guide will seek out fascinating creatures such as specially adapted beetles, legless lizards and geckos. Particularly popular for families.
On the edge of the Namib-Naukluft are the iconic dunes of Sossusvlei, a dune sea slowly marching towards the Atlantic Ocean.
A full day 4x4 excursion to the Skeleton Coast is included for all guests at Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camps for stays of three nights or longer.
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