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AFRICA Etosha National Park DIVERSE NAMIBIA


13 DAYS from £3995 (per person twin share with flights)


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Highlights of Namibia using luxury lodges and adventurous tented camps


DAYS 1/2 – Fly to Windhoek Fly to Windhoek, 1 night at Olive Grove Guesthouse.


Kulala Desert Lodge Damarland


DAYS 3/4 – Sossusvlei To Sossusvlei to discover the vivid orange dunes with guided walks and drives to scenic viewpoints. 2 nights in the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve (tented).


DAYS 5/6 – Swakopmund Drive to Swakopmund. Cruise with the dolphins and seals along the Atlantic coast, 2 nights at Hansa Hotel.


DAY 7 – Damaraland Travel to Damaraland for lunch at Save the Rhino Trust Camp. 3 nights in Damaraland Camp (tented).


DAYS 8/9 – Damaraland Go in search of Desert Elephants and Black Rhino before viewing the prehistoric rock engravings at Twyfelfontein.


DAYS 10/11 – Etosha National Park Travel to Ongava Game Reserve on the boundary of Etosha National Park, to experience big game viewing and this iconic salt pan. 2 nights at Andersson’s Camp.


ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK Covering over 22,000 sq km of desert and open savannah, Etosha Pan is one of Southern Africa’s greatest game parks, attracting an incredible diversity of life, including some 114 varieties of mammals including the rare black rhino, 340 species of birds and over 100 species of reptiles.


ONGAVA GAME LODGE, ETOSHA Located close to Etosha National Park’s southern boundary, this attractive lodge consists of 13 chalets and 1 family room, constructed on a small hill overlooking a popular watering hole in the Ongava Game Reserve.


DAYS 12/13 – Fly to UK Return to Windhoek, fly to Heathrow. Arrive the following day.


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INTO THE NAMIBIAN WILDERNESS


17 DAYS from £6650 (per person twin share with flights)


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Venture into the wilderness of the Skeleton Coast and experience Namibia at its rawest


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DAYS 1/2 – Fly to Windhoek Overnight flight to Windhoek via Johannesburg. Overnight at Olive Grove Guesthouse.


DAYS 3/4 – Sossusvlei Visit the Sossusvlei dunes. 2 nights at Kulala Desert Lodge.


DAYS 5/6 – Swakopmund Visit Kuiseb Canyon. Take a cruise at Walvis Bay and see some amazing marine mammals. 2 nights at Hansa Hotel.


DAYS 7 to 9 – Damaraland and Palmwag Concession 1 night at Damaraland Camp. Continue for 2 nights at Desert Rhino Camp, track desert rhino on foot.


DAYS 10/11 – Etosha National Park Safaris in Etosha. 2 nights at Ongava Tented Camp.


DAYS 12 to 14 – Skeleton Coast Scenic flight to Skeleton Coast Research Camp, 3 nights.


OKONJIMA & THE AFRICAT FOUNDATION A luxury lodge that is also home to the renowned Africat Foundation, Okonjima provides not only spacious and comfortable en suite accommodation, but also a chance to witness the vital conservation work that the foundation is undertaking with Namibia’s large carnivores, especially cheetahs and leopards.


DAY 15 – Windhoek Fly to Windhoek, overnight at Olive Grove Guesthouse.


DAYS 16/17 – Fly to the UK Fly via Johannesburg to Heathrow.


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