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Classic Guided Itinerary

N$49800 per person

Our Classic guided tour is for all those looking for a private tour allowing them to have flexibility with what they want to do and when, but with all the advantages of having a guide. Your guide will give you ample information on Namibia and the specific areas you visit as well as driving you throughout the tour and taking on the responsibility of making sure you arrive at each destination on time and safely. This itinerary will take you to all the main places to see in Namibia in two weeks. From the infamous Sossusvlei dunes to the cool misty coast, onto the rugged Damaraland then the epic Etosha National Park. You will finish the tour with two very different private reserves, the Waterberg Wilderness reserve, excellent for hikes with stunning views; and Erindi Game Reserve, one of the best places in Namibia to see elephants, rhinos and lions.

Accommodation: All comfortable good quality lodges.
Reminder: All Namvic itineraries are tailor made to your budget and preferences. Do not hesitate to get in contact with us to modify this itinerary so that it suits you best. This is just an example of what we can do for you.

Day 1:

Your guide will be at Hosea Kutako airport arrivals to greet you. Depending on your flight times you can either go and relax at your guesthouse or have a city tour of the capital. As all tours are private, feel free to discuss with your guide throughout your tour if you wish to have time to relax or stay busy with activities and exploring.
Lodge: Villa Vista Guesthouse. Basis: DBB

Day 2:

Today will be your first day of adventure and you will soon be on our dusty and bumpy gravel roads. As the road takes you further south west you will get your first sights of the Namib desert. If you arrive in enough time you could visit Sesriem Canyon in the afternoon or go for a horse ride at Desert Homestead Lodge (optional)
Lodge: Desert Homestead Lodge. Basis: FB+

Day 3:

This morning you will wake up extra early to head into Sossusvlei before the sun even rises. Climb to the top of Dune 45 to see the first sun rays light up the highest dunes in the world. Then head over to the famous trees at deadvlei, maybe climb Big Daddy then finish the morning with lunch at Sossusvlei Lodge. Relax in the afternoon by the pool and catch up on some sleep after such an early morning start
Lodge: Desert Homestead Lodge. Basis: FB+

Day 4:

Today your guide will take you north via the Kuiseb Canyon and Gaub pass with a quick stop at the Tropic of Capricorn for some photos. Once you arrive on the cool misty coast your guide will take you to Walvis Bay to see the flamingos before going to the quirky town of Swakopmund. This is where you will spend the night. Your guide will recommend the best restaurants for fish and seafood in the town for dinner tonight.
Lodge: Swakopmund Guesthouse. Basis: FB+

Day 5:

Today you will get to participate in one of our favourite activities, a full day at Sandwich Harbour with a guide to see where the dunes meet the ocean. Your activity guide will explain all about how the Topnaar community lived in this area and survived on Nara melons. Enjoy a picnic in the dunes and a roller coaster ride in a 4×4 up and down the dunes of the Namib desert.
Lodge: Swakopmund Guesthouse. Basis: FB+

Day 6:

Make the most of the last few hours in Swakopmund and do a bit of souvenir shopping as this is the best place for it. Your guide will then drive you inland to the beautiful Spitzkoppe mountain. You will stop on the way to have a look at the wide range of crystals, gems and semi-precious stones at the crystal market. When you arrive at Spitzkoppe you will go on a guided activity that will take you to the bushmen’s paradise, an area with hundreds of bush paintings.
Lodge: Spitzkoppen lodge. Basis: FB+

Day 7:

Enjoy a last walk around Spitzkoppe this morning, maybe head on over to the arch or see if there is any water in the rock pools. You will then head directly north via the highest mountain in Namibia, Brandberg. Here you will enter one of our favourite regions of Namibia, Damaraland, and the home of Twyfelfontein, a UNESCO World Heritage. A local guide will show you around this protected collection of hundreds of rock engravings and explain what they mean.
Lodge: Twyfelfontein Country lodge. Basis: FB+

Day 8:

This morning you will have the option of adding an additional activity, visiting the Damara Living Museum. Here the friendly locals show you their traditional way of life and you will come away much more aware of what it takes to live in this harsh environment. Your guide will then take you north towards the large town of Opuwo, the northern hub of Namibia. On your way, get your swimming costume ready as you will go for a picnic and a quick swim in the warm natural springs of Ongongo.
Lodge: Opuwo Country lodge. Basis: FB+

Day 9:

This morning you will have the unique experience of visiting a himba tribe. A local guide will translate, so we encourage you to talk to the Himbas and ask them questions, also share information about your life. After all, isn’t that what travel is all about? After the visit your guide will drive you on a nice tar road to your next destination, the western border of Etosha National Park. Have a sundowner on the terrace of your lodge overlooking the waterhole while animals come to quench their thirst.
Lodge: Hobatere lodge. Basis: FB+

Day 10:

Get your cameras ready as today you go on safari! Your guide will drive you to all the best waterholes in the famous Etosha National Park as you go across its flat white landscapes from the western entrance to the center of the park. The park is very dry and the animals depend on the artificial waterholes to have access to water all year round, so this is the best place to find them. After a long and exciting day in the park you will enjoy dinner at the top of a small mountain overlooking the bush surrounding the park.
Lodge: Etosha Safari lodge. Basis: FB+

Day 11:

A full day of safari awaits you in the infamous Etosha National Park. Your guide will suggest you wake up early and leave as soon as the sun rises to get the best chances of seeing predators on the move. You will continue east and stop at three different camps throughout the day; Okaukuejo, Halali for lunch, and Namutoni. Between these camps you will continue to go to the different waterholes to search for wildlife. You will likely see elephants in this area, and leopards are most prevalent in the east. Rely on your guide to make sure you are always in the right place at the right time.
Lodge: Enjoy a luxurious three course dinner at Onguma Bush Camp. Basis: FB+

Day 12:

Enjoy a relaxed morning before starting the route back towards Windhoek. But first there is much more of Namibia to see. Prepare to stretch your legs as this next region is excellent for hiking. The Waterberg plateau has many hiking trails in the national park, some at the foot of the plateau and some going all the way up to the top. So there is something for everyone. Discuss with your guide which will be best for you. You will likely see many small creatures as the plateau is made of porous soft rock which creates many natural springs, and thus green vegetation unlike that you will have seen anywhere else in Namibia.
Lodge: Waterberg Valley lodge. Basis: FB+

Day 13:

After a final walk around the Waterberg valley your guide will take you a short distance to another private reserve, but this time with a lot more wildlife. Erindi Private Game Reserve is known for its large elephants and lions and also has a large population of rhinos and cheetahs. One of the best places to view them is from your room or the restaurant as they visit the lodge’s waterholes. After lunch and a bit of tea and cake in the afternoon, you will join the afternoon game drive with an Erindi guide in an open safari vehicle.
Lodge: Erindi Old Traders lodge. Basis: FB+

Day 14:

After a light breakfast you will meet your Erindi guide at the open safari vehicle for your second game drive in Erindi. The reserve’s guides all communicate with each other via radio to make sure you do not miss anything! If you are very lucky you may see Erindi’s pack of wild dogs (Lycaon Pictus), one of few places in Namibia where it is possible to do so. Relax during the hottest period of the day before heading out on another afternoon game drive and enjoying a sundowner in the bush.
Lodge: Erindi Old Traders lodge. Basis: FB+

Day 15:

Today is your last day in Namibia and after a last game drive in Erindi (if your flight times allow it), your guide will take you back to Hosea Kutako airport in Windhoek.

Prices

Price for 2 people: 75850 NAD per person
Price for 4 people: 59750 NAD per person
Price for 6 people: 52250 NAD per person
Price for 8 people: 49800 NAD per person

All prices are based on high season rates. Get in touch with us for a personalized quote for whenever you wish to travel with Namvic.

Included in the price: Toyota Hilux Double Cab 4×4 (for 2 pax) ; Toyota Hilux 8 seater 4×4 (for 4 or 6 pax) ; Nissan Patrol 10 seater (for 8 pax) / Super Excess Cover insurance / all meals and accommodation as per itinerary / unlimited kms / English speaking guide / fuel / park entrance fees / bottled water in vehicle
Excluded in the price: personal insurance / meals and activities not mentioned or optional / flights / tips
To make modifications to this itinerary or book it as it is, contact bookings@namvicsafaris.com
Bookings are subject to availability.

Key:
DBB: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
FB+: Lunch, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast + Activities as per itinerary

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