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Namibia Desert Dune Exploration

Namibia Desert Dune Exploration

Spend nine nights in Namibia with this scheduled Explorations package. Road or charter flight transfers will take you through some of the country’s most scenic regions, from Windhoek to Sossusvlei and on to Swakopmund, from the Skeleton Coast National Park to the Palmwag Concession, and back to Windhoek. Scheduled activities are included.

Tour Notes:

  • Comprehensive travel insurance is compulsory
  • Quote based on standard room types only
  • Scheduled departure
  • Each departure is guaranteed with a minimum of 2 guests and operates with a maximum of 7 guests. Single rates available on request
  • Guests need to arrive in Windhoek no later than 09h00 on Day 1; we recommend that guests overnight in Windhoek before the start of the safari
  • The Desert Dune Safari ends in Windhoek on the last day at approximately 15h00
  • Age limits: children from the age of 12 years are welcome on the scheduled departures. For parties with children under 12 years, a private tailor-made safari is suggested
  • Please note that road transfers in Namibia are primarily on gravel roads, which may cause discomfort for guests with back and kidney problems
  • Wilderness Explorations and Wilderness Safaris reserve the right – due to situations beyond their control – to substitute a camp or location with another of comparable quality at no additional cost
  • Luggage restrictions of 20 kg (in soft bags only with no wheels) per person. This is applicable to both check-in and carry-on luggage (handbag, backpack, camera equipment, sleep apnoea machine, etc.)

Tour Includes

  • Accommodation on a per person sharing basis
  • All meals from Day 1 (excluding dinner in Swakopmund on Day 4) to the end of the scheduled safari
  • Selected beverages
  • National park fees
  • Laundry (excluding at Hansa Hotel and Terrace Bay Lodge)
  • Scheduled activities
  • Road transfers
  • Internal charters on a seat-in-charter basis

Tour Excludes

  • Flights other than specified in the itinerary
  • Visa fees
  • All relevant entry and departure government taxes
  • All drinks and laundry whilst at Hansa Hotel and Terrace Bay Lodge
  • Meals not mentioned
  • Optional extra activities
  • Tips
  • Personal expenses
  • Telephone calls
  • Compulsory comprehensive insurance
  • Any new government taxes, levies, fuel or industry increases which are beyond our control

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Day One

Upon arrival at Hosea Kutako International Airport in Windhoek, a road transfer will take you to the private 27 000 hectare Kulala Wilderness Reserve—the gateway to Namibia’s towering dunes and starry skies—within the arid Namib Desert. Check into your thatched and canvas unit with a deck on the flat rooftop for sleep-outs under the stars. Overnight at Kulala Desert Lodge. [LD]

Day Two

Wake up early to discover the iconic dunes of Sossusvlei and the Deadvlei with its moon-like landscape. Delight in a scrumptious lunch back at the lodge, with the rest of the afternoon to enjoy at leisure. Overnight at Kulala Desert Lodge. [BLD]

Day Three

Fly by light aircraft on a scenic flight (weather permitting) to the picturesque town of Swakopmund from where you will be able to explore the coastal environs. Take a stroll through the charming town and appreciate its German colonial architecture and friendly atmosphere. Overnight at Hansa Hotel. [BLD]

Day Four

Explore the Atlantic coast with a private boat cruise from Walvis Bay to Sandwich Harbour (weather permitting) to spot diverse pelagic (ocean-going) birdlife, Cape Fur seals, and rare Heaviside's dolphins up close. In the evening, head out to one of the many charming restaurants in town, or savour a delicious meal at the hotel. Overnight at Hansa Hotel. [BL]

Day Five

Today you will travel by vehicle up the renowned Skeleton Coast to see the attractive lichen plains at Wlotskasbaken and the remains of shipwrecks along the way, before spending the night in the Skeleton Coast National Park. Overnight at Terrace Bay Lodge. [BLD]

Day Six & Day Seven

Continue through the Skeleton Coast National Park to the Möwe Bay Museum and then head inland for more attractions, including two oases, an interesting “roaring” dune and amazing desert scenery combined with chance wildlife encounters along the way. Spend two nights at Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp. [BLD]

Day Eight & Day Nine

Another exciting day awaits, beginning with a road trip to Desert Rhino Camp where the rugged and mountainous topography of the Palmwag Concession brings with it the opportunity of seeing giraffe, Gemsbok (Oryx) and Springbok. Spend two days tracking rare desert-adapted Black rhinos, which are monitored and protected by the Save the Rhino Trust. Spend two nights at Desert Rhino Camp. [BLD]

Day Ten

After breakfast, depart for Doro Nawas to return by light aircraft to Windhoek. [B]

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