Explore Namibia's Top Attractions In This 8-Day Luxury Tour

Author: Srikanth Krishna on Jan 09,2023

Namibia is a country that has a lot of otherworldly attractions. Tourists can visit cheetahs at the AfriCat Foundation, coastal Swakopmund to view the German-colonial architecture, and Sossusvlei to climb atop ancient dunes. They can also embark on a wonderful safari in Etosha National Park to view the endangered black rhino. This 8-day luxury tour of Namibia is sure to whet your appetite for adventure and wildlife.

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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Welcome to Namibia

Meet your private guide at Hosea Kotako International airport, who will transfer you to your hotel. Set off with your guide on an introductory tour of the city. Go north towards Okahandja, where you can go to the largest wood carving market in the nation. This market functions through a local cooperative and is one of the top locations to shop for authentic souvenirs. Then, go through the farmlands to Okonjima, where you can relax for some time. This place is the location of the AfriCat Foundation. It is a specialist conservation concern focusing on big cats in various locations. Enjoy a complete tour of the property, including an opportunity to see the cheetah that is a part of the AfriCat rehabilitation program. Many animals here have been rescued from various situations after being caught in a trap or orphaned. The entire process aims to get them back in the wild.

Day 2: Safari in Etosha National Park

Today, enjoy an early breakfast before your guide drives you in a private vehicle to the Namutoni Camp, which is in the eastern portion of the Etosha National Park. Come in time for lunch and then embark on a late afternoon safari drive. There are spot lions, leopards, zebra, elephants, and various other wildlife species here. This park is the top location on the planet to see some endangered black rhinos.

Day 3: Views of Halali

Today, enjoy a whole day of game drives. Go to Halali camp and halt at some waterholes for the observation of the wildlife present here and great views of the huge Etosha Pan. The game viewing is great here. Enjoy the opportunity to view some new species not usually seen in the Namutoni portion of the park. Halt at Halai for some rest and a lavish lunch. Then, it is time to go to the Halali waterhole and use the bar facilities and swimming pool before going for some game driving in Okaukuejo. This part is known for its waterhole and is famous for being one of the top game viewing opportunities in Southern Africa. This is the place where you can spend the entire night. Numerous species of antelope are present here, along with lions, elephants, and black rhinos.

Day 4: Visit Himba Village

Today, embark on a short morning tour of the town of Kamanjab. Visit the Himba village, which is located close by. Find the only traditionally functioning Himba community present outside of the Kaokoland region in the north. The tribe cares about its customs and lifestyle and continues to follow its usual way of life. The site's precise location keeps changing because the Himba are semi-nomadic in nature. You can learn about their Holy Fire religion, usual food, and marriage customs here. Then, enjoy a visit to the Hoada Community Campsite, which is situated among the beautiful mopane trees and granite hills. Find out that the barbecue area works with the hot water system. The water for your shower will warm up while the food is prepared. Then, spend a lovely night camping under the stars.

Day 5: Explore Grootberg Pass

Today, visit one of the most desert regions in the nation in the form of Damaraland. Go via the Grootberg Pass and then enjoy a detour to the ancient Bushman rock engravings. A local guide will give a guided tour before you retire to your camp for the night.

Day 6: Peeking at Brandberg

Today, go deeper into the desert and pass the highest mountain in the country, the Brandberg. Go back on the road for gorgeous Damaland scenery and take a halt in the mining town of Uis. Stroll through one of the top locations to purchase semi-precious stones for which the nation is very popular. Then, go towards the Skeleton Coast and halt to view the seal colony at Cape Cross. At some times of the year, you can find huge numbers of Cape Fur seals coming here. Then, reach Swakopmund, the main seaside town of the nation. It was founded during German colonial rule and served as its main harbor in this nation for many years. Stroll through the town that straddles the Atlantic Ocean and the desert, enhanced by public gardens, palm trees, and lush green lawns. Relish the architecture of the bygone era that adds to the overall atmosphere of the place.

Day 7: Discover Swakopmund

Today, discover the town of Swakopmund. Enjoy strolling through the town with an open-air curio market and a lovely beach. Visit the Namibian National Marine Aquarium and the museum here. Also, embark on some lovely adventurous activities here. Enjoy some wonderful sky-diving before riding a quad bike over the huge sand dunes. Then, take a serene bird-watching tour before relaxing while fishing on the beach.

Day 8: Departure

Today, your private guide will transfer you to the airport for your international departure.

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