11 Days Luxury Namibia Wildlife Safari Holiday
11 Days Luxury Namibia Wildlife Safari Holiday
Namibia nestles in the south-west region of Africa and is a sparsely populated country with a unique and protected landscape of vast desert, sprawling savannahs, salt pans, and breath-taking coastlines. Namibia has a strong German architectural influence that is admirable and it is the ideal destination for sand boarding, swimming in the ocean, and exhilarating safaris.
Boasting the world’s largest population of free-roaming cheetahs, the malaria-free Etosha National Park offers an incredible safari experience and a variety of accommodation options, including authentic tented bush camps and exclusive luxury lodges. Teeming with wildlife, the Etosha boasts some of the largest elephants in Africa, along with other incredible species such as the endangered black rhino, lion and, leopard. More than 340 bird species have been recorded in the Etosha National Park, making it a great bird watching destination.
- Okonjima wildlife reserve
- Etosha national park
- Zannier Reserve
Detailed safari itinerary
Day 1: Arrival at Windhoek
On arrival at Hosea Kutako International Airport you will be received and transferred to your luxury hotel in Windhoek where you will enjoy the rest of the day relaxing at the hotels swimming pool as you prepare for your dream safari in Namibia.
Day 2: Drive to Okonjima wildlife reserve
After breakfast depart north out of the city towards Okonjima Reserve the park covers 200 square kilometres is vast and home to good populations of wildlife. However, it is the predators of which the reserve is famous and it is home to a number of radio-collared animals, including leopards, brown hyenas and spotted hyenas. You have a great chance of seeing these animals on a guided tracking experience with the lodge.
Day 3: Drive to the eastern side of Etosha
After morning breakfast you will start your drive further north to the eastern boundary of Etosha National Park- the country’s premier wildlife destination, on arrival you will check in to your luxury lodge for relaxation and overnight and later in the evening you will meet the experienced rangers for your evening game drive in the park, this park is famous for lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, giraffe, wildebeest, cheetah, hyena, mountain and plains zebra, springbok, kudu, gemsbok and eland.
Day 4: Full day game drives in eastern Etosha National Park
After early morning breakfast you will meet up with your ranger guide and head out in to the park to search for the abundant wildlife that always gather around water holes in the park, after the morning drive you will return to the lodge and later return to the lodge for hot lunch and relaxation, later you will head to the park’s floodlit water holes to look out for wildlife that come drive water in the water and also this attracts the predators and later you will return to the lodge for overnight.
Day 5: Drive to the central Etosha region
Today, embark on a drive west through Etosha National Park to the central region. It is worth treating this journey as an extended game drive; take your time as you wind through the park stopping for wildlife and waterholes on the way, on arrival you will check in to your lodge for relaxation and overnight.
Day 6: Full day game drives in central part of Etosha national park
After morning breakfast you will meet your guides and head out for a game drive in the central region which is famous for lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, giraffe, wildebeest, cheetah, hyena, mountain and plains zebra, springbok, kudu, gemsbok and eland. Among the smaller species you will find jackal, bat-eared fox, warthog, honey badger and ground squirrel, after an extensive game drive you will return for later lunch and relax for the rest of the day at your lodge swimming pool.
Day 8: Drive from Etosha national park to Damaraland
After morning breakfast you will start your drive east and venture into Damaraland and the Doro Nawas Conservancy, one of Africa’s most successful examples of community-based wildlife conservation and tourism. This afternoon you enjoy a leisurely nature drive and some drinks while watching the sun set over the rugged Damaraland escarpment.
the region’s famed desert-adapted elephants, as well as springbok, Red hartebeest, Greater kudu, Hartmann’s mountain zebra, giraffe, oryx, and with a bit of luck, cheetah and lion. There’s also 170 bird species, including endemics like Ruppell’s korhaan and Benguela Long-billed lark.
Day 9: Full day exploration of Damaraland
The day commences with an early morning game drive led by an experienced camp guide, where in addition to the desert-adapted elephant you’ll be on the lookout for kudu, springbok and the endemic Hartmann’s mountain zebra, as well as the region’s 35 lizard species, 24 snake species and over 170 bird species. This afternoon offers a visit to the ancient rock engravings at Twyfelfontein and an opportunity to learn from the indigenous Damara people at the Damara Living Museum. There’s also time to simply relax and absorb the peaceful tranquillity and perhaps a self-guided hike around the camp’s surrounding hillsides.
Day 10: Depart Damaraland for Omaanda Lodge
After Lazily morning breakfast you will start your drive back towards the capital city. Spend your final night in style at the luxurious Omaanda Lodge. Part of the boutique hotel group, Zannier Hotels, Omaanda is their first hotel in Namibia and it is situated within a private conservancy, enabling a beautiful, relaxing finish to your adventure later you will join activities at the Omaanda lodge like from rhino tracking or spending sunrise with a meerkat family.
Day 11: Transfer to Hosea Kutako International Airport
Depending on flight schedule you will depart Omaanda lodge with our guide in time to arrive at the airport three hours before the departure of your flights.
Trip includes are provided upon Making an enquiry through our office in Namibia Via email@example.com
- International flights
- Travel insurance
- Namibia tourist Visa
- Alcoholic drinks
- Tips for guides and hotels
When to book this safari package
1 year in advance.
Best time to visit Namibia for Luxury safari holiday
The best time to visit Namibia is from July to October, when the temperatures are just above 20°C and the chance of rain is low.