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Desert and Wildlife Safari in Namibia

This guided Namibia tour is a fully inclusive tour that explores some of the wildest places in this desert country, from the bustle of the capital Windhoek to the vast and desolate landscapes of the North and South West. Your experienced guide will lead you through the entire journey and ensure you are completely cared for every step of the way. Come and explore Namibia with an experienced Namibia guide who will lead you across this country in style and comfort.

Key information

  • Group and private safari possible, rates will vary depending on this.
  • Minimum 2, maximum 8 people in a safari vehicle
  • Starts and ends in Windhoek
  • English-speaking guide
  • All park fees are included


  • Explore the wild deserts and enjoy Sossusvlei, Sesriem Canyon, and Deadvlei
  • See the interesting mix of pelicans, flamingos, and other seabirds at Walvis Bay
  • See desert-adapted elephants in the Damaraland area
  • Stop by waterholes to spot some animals in the Etosha National Park
  • Admire the Twyfelfontein Rock Art
  • Game drives and sundowner drive
  • 11 nights accommodation


11 activity days
Group size: 2-6 participants
Airport transfer included: Hosea Kutako International Airport
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The Weinberg Windhoek (1 night)

The Weinberg Windhoek provides all of the exclusivity and privacy you might expect from this prestigious Estate – making it the perfect retreat when traveling on vacation or business.

The elegant 41-bedroom hotel wraps around a heritage building, creating an inviting courtyard. This design complements its historic character, while modern amenities ensure the utmost comfort. Aside from the location and spectacular views, hotel guests also have access to facilities including the Estate’s Soulstice Day Spa, Be Hair Salon, five upmarket restaurants, and the Conference Centre.

Location: 13 Jan Jonker, Klein Windhoek

Wilderness Little Kulala (2 nights)

Wilderness Little Kulala is the closest luxury desert retreat to the famous, seen-from-space Sossusvlei dunes. Guests enjoy exclusive private concession access and the camp’s location makes early morning dune visits (to see Sossusvlei at its best) very easy.

Eleven luxury desert suites expanded to offer improved airflow, each has a private plunge pool, private rooftop area for sundowners, "African tapas" and other rooftop dinners or stargazing, a signature sleep-out experience on the bottom deck of each accommodation to allow for easy access during the night, luxury fittings, as well as indoor and outdoor showers.

In terms of color and form, Wilderness Little Kulala blends seamlessly into the desert landscape with interiors reflecting the environment. Activities make the most of the solitude and stark beauty of the Namib Desert, with nature drives and guided walks revealing the majesty and mystery of the Namib Sand Sea.

Insider's tip: Experience the desert from new heights … a hot air balloon excursion provides awe-inspiring views of dramatic sceneries.

Strand Hotel Swakopmund (2 nights)

With its extensive, unique, and creatively entertaining restaurants, bars, deli, lobby-lounge, sea-facing terraces, beach kiosk, and state-of-the-art conference and banqueting center, all set on the Mole, a historic and iconic site surrounded by Ocean on three sides, the Strand Hotel Swakopmund is a social epicenter and destination in itself for all visitors to and residents of Swakopmund.

Its architectural inspiration finds its roots deep in Namibian-German history and reflects this in a tasteful contemporary manner. The interiors are residential in nature, and the brief to all designers involved was to create a non-hotel, hotel. One as charming and welcoming as the town it is located in. Simply very warm and comfortable, and as they say in German: “gemütlich” provides a genuine “sense-of-place” atmosphere adding to any Namibian visit.

Arriving at the Strand is a dramatic experience as one passes through its 13 m high and 9 m wide Ocean View Atrium which travels right through the Hotel offering sea views at either end. Off this atrium lobby is reception, consisting of three individual desks and an inviting open fireplace which rounds off the residential feel and warm welcome.

Mowani Mountain Camp (2 nights)

Mowani Mountain Camp offers luxury tented accommodation with magnificent desert views. Open-air en-suite bathrooms and private decks give you great views of Damaraland and the reliability of nearby Twyfelfontein with its San engravings and paintings is contrasted by the elusive desert-adapted elephants.

The Twyfelfontein Conservancy has been protecting the southernmost roaming ground of the black rhino and elusive desert elephant. Sustainable eco-tourism and community upliftment are of the utmost importance at Mowani. Guides from the local tribes complement daytime game drives to track mountain zebra, kudu, springbok, klipspringer, and if you are fortunate enough... the leopard!

The adventurer in me took over at Mowani. Days were filled with game drives, hot air balloon trips over the Aba-Huab Valley, champagne breakfasts, and al fresco meals amidst the dusky landscape beneath Mopani trees.

Ongava Tented Camp (1 night)

Immersed in the African Mopani bush, Ongava Tented Camp is a natural extension of this wild and wonderful landscape. The classic safari-style camp is tucked in a hidden valley at the foot of a dolomite hill in Ongava Game Reserve bordering Etosha National Park.

Eight large comfortable Meru-style tents all have en-suite facilities, open-air showers, and private verandas; the family unit sleeps four. The main area, built of stone, canvas, and thatch, fronts onto a much-frequented waterhole; watching the wildlife coming to drink from here or from the swimming pool is a favorite pastime.

Ongava’s proximity to Etosha allows for game drives in the Etosha National Park and on the Ongava Reserve itself. Other possibilities include guided walks, birding, and visiting hides. Ongava holds one of the largest rhino custodianships for the Namibian government in the country and is one of the few private game reserves in southern Africa where guests can see both black and white rhinos.

Onguma Bush Camp (2 nights)

Onguma Bush Camp is ideal for families who would like to have a base from which they can explore Etosha National Park. Upon your return, relax and cool off around the swimming pool while watching a spectacular sunset... and the children can run around on the lawns as this is an enclosed camp.

Dinner is served in the dining area overlooking a large waterhole. Here you will be treated to an excellent combination of European and traditional African cuisine while watching the game coming to drink.

The new water-level hide will provide hours of game-viewing opportunities for guests.

Onguma Nature Reserve now offers an opportunity to start a safari from the moment guests touch down at the private airstrip!

Okonjima Luxury Bush Camp (1 night)

The elegant Okonjima Luxury Bush Camp is situated within the 2,000-ha enclosed wilderness area of Okonjima Nature Reserve. The luxury bush camp consists of 8 thatched, safari-chic chalets with earthy tones and African design elements, a junior suite, a camelthorn pod-shaped lapa that encompasses the reception area, a curio shop, a cozy lounge area with inside and outside fireplaces, a restaurant and dining area, and a secluded, private swimming pool.

Okonjima Nature Reserve is recognized as one of the premier places to stay to witness carnivores and other endangered species like the rhino, pangolin, and brown hyena in the wild and to be educated about conservation.

The AfriCat Foundation was born in the early 1990s, a Namibia-registered non-profit organization that started out primarily as a welfare organization and has since become focused on research projects that are essential in accomplishing its mission of the long-term conservation of Namibia’s wildlife.


Your first night is in complete luxury and the best way to relax after a long flight. The next morning you are taken straight into the wild deserts and enjoy Sossusvlei, Sesriem Canyon, Deadvlei, and the highest sand dunes in the world. You will be immersed in the sands and mountains, and discover the ancient traditions and civilizations that once existed here. Rock art, weird geological features, and petrified trees that floated all the way from Angola.

Visit the quaint town of Swakopmund and explore the old German colonial architecture, walk on the beach, and enjoy a cappuccino in one of the small sidewalk cafes in the heart of the town.

Heading back into the desert after the brief foray at the coast, you will discover the beauty of Damaraland and the Herero people. The Himba are a nomadic tribe that means “beggar” and you will see them often in towns and the deserts of the country. Fascinating rocks, plants, desert-adapted animals, and interesting people will all mix to make your African safari in Namibia both memorable and enlightening.


Day 1: The Weinberg Windhoek, Windhoek

On your arrival in Namibia, you will be met by your guide at the airport who will drive you to your accommodation in Windhoek. Spend the afternoon and evening relaxing after your flight. Your stay here includes breakfast only.

Included: Airport transfer

Day 2: Wilderness Little Kulala, Sossusvlei

This morning, you will depart Windhoek with your guide, who will drive you southwest through the scenic Khomas Hochland highlands before you head down the escarpment into the Namib Desert. A picnic lunch will be served at a scenic location on the route.

You will arrive at Little Kulala in the late afternoon and will stay for two nights while you explore the remarkable sights of the Namib Desert with your guide. If there is still time today, your guide will take you to visit Sesriem Canyon, or you can choose to relax and soak in the scenery and beautiful surroundings or you can enjoy the activities with the lodge.

Included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, drinks at the lodge, activities at the lodge (afternoon sundowner drive)

Day 3: Wilderness Little Kulala, Sossusvlei

You will visit Sossusvlei at dawn as well as a short walk to Deadvlei. This area is home to some of the highest, shifting sand dunes in the world and is a truly remarkable landscape.

Included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, drinks at the lodge, park fees, Sossusvlei and Sesriem Canyon excursion

Day 4: Strand Hotel Swakopmund, Swakopmund

After breakfast, you and your guide will head Northwest for the incredibly scenic drive through the Namib Naukluft National Park. This includes the impressive Gaub and Kuiseb canyons. You will reach the coast at the port town of Walvis Bay, visiting the lagoon to see the interesting mix of pelicans, flamingos, and other sea birds before continuing north to Swakopmund. This area is cooler and the Strand Hotel is perched right over the water.

Enjoy this small and quaint town for the next two nights. In the afternoon there will be time to wander around town and along the waterfront on foot if you wish before heading off to dinner at the popular Tug Restaurant by the jetty, which specializes in fresh seafood.

Your stay here includes all meals, some of which may be taken outside of the hotel.

Included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Gaub and Kuiseb Pass, Tropic of Capricorn, Lagoon

Day 5: Strand Hotel Swakopmund, Swakopmund

Swakopmund is a charming seaside town characterized by German colonial architecture, palm-lined streets, great restaurants, plenty of shops, and beautiful beaches. Today, you will be free to explore. The town offers plenty to do including a good museum and aquarium.

Various optional activities can also be arranged. These include a boat tour (with oysters and champagne), scenic flights and micro-light flights over the desert, fishing trips (either from the beach or a boat), desert tours, quad-biking in the desert, sandboarding, and skydiving. Your guide will discuss all your options and offer to make pre-bookings. Note that all extra activities in Swakopmund are subject to availability and are made at the client's own risk and expense.

Included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 6: Mowani Mountain Camp, Twyfelfontein

After breakfast, you will leave Swakopmund and head into the Damaraland of northwestern Namibia. You will be driving inland, passing Namibia’s highest mountain, the Brandberg at over 2600 meters in height, and make your way towards Twyfelfontein.

The geology here is typified by stunning displays of color, table-topped mountains, rock formations, and very odd-looking vegetation, Damaraland offers some of the most breathtaking scenery on your safari. The landscape has been formed by the erosion of wind and water over millions of years. It is the variety and desolation of the area, as well as its scenic splendor, that will amaze you.

If time allows this afternoon, your guide will take you to visit the nearby attractions of the Twyfelfontein rock engravings (recently declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Burnt Mountain, and the Organ Pipes. If there is not sufficient time they can be done the following day. Return to your accommodation in time for a sunset walk in the area.

Your stay includes a full board and activities.

Included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Twyfelfontein rock paintings, park fees

Day 7: Mowani Mountain Camp, Twyfelfontein

The breathtaking mountain region of Damaraland is situated on the eastern side of the Skeleton Coast National Park and southwest of Etosha National Park. An assortment of desert-adapted wildlife such as elephants, rhinos, zebra, and lions live in this near-barren landscape. The rocky outcrops of Twyfelfontein feature exceptional Bushmen engravings, which are considered to be some of the best-preserved etchings on the continent. The Petrified Forest displays gigantic fossilized trees, some up to 30 meters (100 ft) in length.

This morning you will have a guided tour with your guide searching for the desert-adapted elephants found in the Damaraland area. This will be a morning activity.

Included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner. See desert-adapted elephants with your guide and tour vehicle, park fees

Day 8: Ongava Tented Camp, Ongava Private Game Reserve

Today’s route takes you northeast towards Etosha National Park, traveling via the farming centers of Khorixas and Outjo. Just south of the Etosha National Park, you will enter the private Ongava Game Reserve and enjoy wildlife sightings as you drive through the reserve to Ongava Tented Camp. If time allows, your guide will take you on your first game drive in the Ongava private game reserve.

Your one-night stay includes all meals, drinks, and activities.

Included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, drinks at the lodge, Ongava Nature Reserve afternoon game drive, park fees

Day 9: Onguma Bush Camp, Onguma Game Reserve

Today, your whole day is going to be filled with game viewing in Etosha National Park. You will be driving the breadth of the park entering at the Andersson gate in the South and making your way past Okaukuejo, Halali, and Namutoni. You will be stopping at selected waterholes where your guide knows the game congregates and where the best possible sightings will be.

Departing the park at the eastern Von Lindquist Gate before closing time at sunset you will arrive at Onguma Bush Camp with time to relax before dinner.

Your stay is on full board including activities.

Included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, park fees, full-day game driving

Day 10: Onguma Bush Camp, Onguma Game Reserve

Another morning entering the park. Etosha National Park is one of Namibia’s prime wildlife conservation areas. Spanning a vast 22 300 km² (8 610 square miles), it consists mostly of grassy plains around a huge salt pan, which becomes a beautiful lake after heavy rains and attracts large flocks of pink flamingos.

Etosha hosts a vast array of animals, including the Big Five. Giraffe and rare and unusual species like the black-faced impala, Hartmann’s mountain zebra, and the smallest antelope in the world, the Damara dik-dik. Large herds of elephants can also be seen, while predators range from lions to black-backed jackals. The wildlife in Etosha congregates around the watering holes, making for exciting and productive game viewing.

This afternoon you will have a guided afternoon sunset game drive on the Onguma game reserve.

Included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, park fees, morning Etosha game drive, afternoon Onguma game reserve sundowner drive

Day 11: Okonjima Luxury Bush Camp, Okonjima Nature Reserve

After breakfast, you will have a tour of the AfriCat Foundation and visit Lake Otjikoto en route. You will arrive in time to enjoy lunch at Okonjima, which is located at the base of the Omboroko mountains near Waterberg. Here you can enjoy the welcoming atmosphere, superb accommodation in an Okonjima Luxury Bush Camp as well as fantastic activities, starting with a guided afternoon excursion.

A Herero name meaning “place of the baboons” this spectacular area is home to the world’s largest free-ranging population of cheetah and Namibia’s wildcat population. Created as a refuge for rehabilitated predators, the reserve is a haven for cheetahs, leopards, spotted hyenas, and African wild dogs, as well as several species of antelope.

Activities include tracking cheetahs and leopards on foot and bird-watching

Night drives set off after dinner, providing a glimpse into the nocturnal life of the predators, as well as magnificent viewing of the star-studded skies. Keen hikers can set off into the majestic solitude of the desert on a selection of nature trails, while bird watchers will be sure to spot and photograph several colorful species.

Included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, activities with the lodge, park fees

Day 12: End of itinerary

After a leisurely breakfast, you will depart for Windhoek in the late morning. The drive will take you through the town of Okahandja, where you can stop at the craft market. On arrival in Windhoek, you will be driven to Windhoek International Airport to check in for your flight home. Please note that the departure flight must be no earlier than 4 p.m. to allow for the drive back to Windhoek. Arrival back in Windhoek is around 12:30 p.m.

Included: Breakfast & lunch, airport transfer

Included excursions

Wilderness Little Kulala – Scenic sundowner excursion

Set out in the late afternoon for a nature drive and complete your excursion in a remote and dramatic spot on the reserve sipping a gin and tonic while watching the sunset.


Located in the scenic Namib-Naukluft National Park, Sossusvlei is where you will find the iconic red sand dunes of the Namib. The clear blue skies contrast with the giant red dunes to make this one of the most scenic natural wonders of Africa and a photographer's heaven.

This awe-inspiring destination is possibly Namibia's premier attraction, with its unique dunes rising to almost 400 meters - making them some of the highest in the world. These iconic dunes come alive in morning and evening light and draw photography enthusiasts from around the globe.

Sossusvlei is home to a variety of desert wildlife including oryx, springbok, ostrich, and a variety of reptiles. Visitors can climb 'Big Daddy', one of Sossusvlei’s tallest dunes; explore Deadvlei, a white, salty, claypan dotted with ancient trees; or for the more extravagant, scenic flights and hot air ballooning on offer, followed by a once-in-a-lifetime champagne breakfast amidst these majestic dunes.

Dune 45

Named for its location 45 kilometers past the town of Sesriem, Dune 45 is renowned for its elegant shape, which – along with its position close to the road – has earned it the distinction of ‘most photographed dune in the world’. If you’re not keen on the strenuous hike to the top of Big Daddy, Dune 45 is a more forgiving alternative, standing at only 80 meters and featuring a much gentler gradient.

Dead Vlei

This ancient clay pan was once an oasis, studded with acacias and fed by a river that suddenly changed course, leaving the earth to dry up along with the trees it previously supported. So dry were the climatic conditions that the trees never decomposed – instead they were entirely leached of moisture so that today, 900 years later, they remain as desiccated, blackened sentinels dotting the pan’s cracked surface. Surrounded by the red-pink dunes of the Namibia Desert, they create a surreal spectacle that is a photographer's dream.

Sesriem Canyon

Sesriem Canyon is a captivating natural wonder located in the heart of the Namib Desert in Namibia. Carved over millions of years by the Tsauchab River, this narrow gorge is a testament to the power of erosion.

The name Sesriem comes from the Afrikaans and Dutch words for six leather straps, which early pioneers used tied together to draw water from the deep pools within the canyon. Sesriem Canyon is not only a geological marvel but also a haven for unique desert flora and fauna, making it a popular stop for tourists exploring the surreal landscapes of the Namib Desert.

Tropic of Capricorn

Located just South of Walvis Bay in Solitaire, is the approximate latitude of the Tropic of Capricorn at 23.5 degrees South. The Tropic of Capricorn is one of the 5 major circles of latitude and the southernmost point of latitude from where the sun can be seen directly overhead. This point of latitude runs through many other countries such as Brazil, Mozambique, and Australia to name a few.

Walvis Bay Lagoon

Walvis Bay’s calm natural lagoon is a twitcher’s paradise, teeming with roughly 50 species of seabirds, including vivid flocks of flamingos, bulky-billed pelicans, and glossy black cormorants. It’s also a popular spot for windsurfing, kitesurfing, and kayaking, while the promenade stretching for three kilometers along the water’s edge is a great place for a scenic stroll.

Twyfelfontein Rock Art

Twyfelfontein is a World Heritage Site boasting one of the richest rock art concentrations in Africa. Thousands of tourists come to this site each year to view some 2, 500 Stone Age rock engravings. The area is home to 17 rock art sites, which collectively encompass 212 engraved stone slabs. There are an additional 13 sites displaying rock paintings.

Ongava Tented Camp - Game drives on Ongava Game Reserve

Guided afternoon/evening game drives take place on the 30,000-hectare private Ongava Game Reserve. The reserve is famed for its population of rhinos as well as lions and other game such as antelope, including endemic black-faced impala, and zebra.

Etosha Pan

Eons ago, Etosha Pan was the bed of a vast lake; today what remains is a glittering, silvery-green salt pan that stretches across roughly 5000 square kilometers. Etosha is protected by the Etosha Pan National Park surrounded by savannah plains and woodlands supporting large herds of elephants.

When dry, the pan sustains little life except for the algae that give it its distinctive color, and migratory birds that use it as a pit stop, but with heavy rain, it becomes a shallow lake where flamingos breed, pelicans wade and feed, and a variety of mammal species come to quench their thirst, including leopards, lions, white rhinos, hunting dogs and antelopes.

Etosha East

Located in Northwestern Namibia, Etosha East is a protected sanctuary in the eastern part of the world-renowned Etosha National Park, known as one of the most accessible game reserves in Southern Africa.

Etosha East boasts vast open plains scattered with semi-arid savannah grasslands dotted with watering holes and secluded bush camps. An impressive 5000-square-kilometer Etosha salt pan makes up a large area of the eastern side of the park and can even be seen from space.

This remote area teems with abundant wildlife such as lions, elephants, black rhinos, and giraffes, as well as a variety of birdlife featuring flamingos, ostriches, eagles, hornbills, and owls.

Onguma Sundowner Drive

Onguma Nature Reserve consists of 34,000 hectares of Namibian wilderness and is home to numerous plains game, more than 300 bird species, and even 4 of the Big 5. The Reserve boasts over thirty different animal species.

Plains game roam freely on the Reserve and predators although not always easy to spot, are nevertheless common residents of the area. Lions and Cheetahs are frequently seen and often heard. There is a healthy black rhino and leopard population and hyenas are also often seen and heard.

The Okonjima Experience

The Okonjima Nature Reserve sprawls over 200 square kilometers of undulating plains, mountainous outcrops, and riverine thickets, and it is here that leopard (Panthera pardus), the most adaptable of all the wild cats, thrive.

These intelligent, solitary predators occur in high density in the expanse of Okonjima Nature Reserve’s multi-faceted topography. The Reserve’s predator research program has spanned three decades, and its findings have provided great insight into leopard behavioral patterns as well as offered an upbeat prognosis for a sustainable future for the species in today’s Africa.

A two-day Okonjima stay offers the best chance to view wild leopards in Namibia, as well as those collared for research purposes, in their natural habitats.

The Okonjima Nature Reserve, a huge protected area set amongst the rugged commercial farmlands of central Namibia, comprises a diversified ecosystem representative of both the larger and small mammals of Namibia, as well as most of the country’s endemic birds.

Game drives and guided bush walks offer visitors an intimate, up-close perspective of Namibia’s wildlife and, especially, its most protected species.

The Okonjima Nature Reserve is home to and runs extensive research projects on rare and endangered species, big and small.



Situated in Central Namibia, the cosmopolitan city of Windhoek serves as the capital of the country. It is home to an international airport and a plethora of restaurants, shops, entertainment venues, and accommodation options. The city is clean, safe, and well-organized, with a colonial legacy that is reflected in its many German eateries and shops, and the widespread use of the German language. Windhoek has an interesting mix of historical architecture and modern buildings, many of which are worth a look at, including the Alte Feste an old fort, the 1896 Christuskirche Christ Church, and the more contemporary Supreme Court.


Set along Namibia's spectacularly scenic coast, the seaside town of Swakopmund is known for its wide-open avenues, colonial architecture, and its surrounding otherworldly desert terrain. Founded in 1892 as the main harbor for German South-West Africa, Swakopmund is often described as being more German than the country Germany.

Now a seaside resort town, Swakopmund is the capital of the Skeleton Coast tourism area and has plenty to keep visitors happy. The quirky mix of German and Namibian influences, adventure options, laid-back atmosphere, and cool sea breeze make it a very popular Namibian destination. Visitors can look forward to several exciting activities including quad biking, horse riding, paragliding, fishing, sightseeing, and fascinating desert tours.


Set in the Kunene Region of northwestern Namibia, Twyfelfontein is a spectacularly scenic area, featuring one of the largest and most important concentrations of rock art in Africa. The name ‘Twyfelfontein’ translates to ‘Fountain of Doubt’, which refers to the perennial spring situated in the impressive Huab Valley flanked by the slopes of a sandstone table mountain.

It was this spring that attracted Stone Age hunters over six thousand years ago, and it was during this time that the extensive group of rock engravings and paintings were produced.

Visitors can look forward to basing themselves at some wonderfully shady campsites along the Aba-Huab riverbed while exploring over thirty different sacred ritual sites of the traditional hunter-gatherer communities.

Ongava Private Game Reserve

Sharing the southern boundary with Etosha National Park, the prolific 30,000-hectare private Ongava Game Reserve is considered one of the top private game reserves in the region, enjoying global recognition for exceptional conservation, groundbreaking research, and exciting safari experiences.

The landscape is characterized by vast open plains dotted with salt plans and abundant wildlife. Visitors can easily access Etosha through Andersson’s Gate in the south.

Known for its luxury lodges made out of natural materials, Ogava is a popular destination for those looking to immerse themselves in nature. The reserve offers visitors the perfect combination of wildlife safari experiences within and around the Etosha National Park.

One of Ongava’s top attractions is its rhino population and guests can experience the thrill of getting close to these majestic creatures. Popular activities include night game drives, guided nature walks, bird watching, and 4x4 guided game drives.

Onguma Game Reserve

Situated east of Etosha, bordering Fisher's Pan, Onguma Game Reserve is one of Namibia's best-kept secrets. The reserve offers visitors the opportunity to experience Africa in all its beauty and diversity.

Onguma Game Reserve features over 34000 hectares of protected land scattered with a variety of wildlife including plains game, black rhino, kudu, giraffe, zebra, lion, cheetah, leopard, and more than 300 bird species. The seasonal rains attract thousands of migrating birds to the Fisher’s Pan wetland area.

The neighboring Etosha National Park is home to a rich array of wildlife, including four of the Big 5. Visitors can enjoy game drives, guided walks, and rhino research drives within the private reserve as well as wildlife safaris into Etosha National Park to view abundant game in the largest national park in Namibia.

Okonjima Nature Reserve

Midway between the spectacular Etosha National Park and the capital city of Windhoek, lies the well-known Okonjima Nature Reserve. The 22,000-hectare nature reserve is home to AfriCAT, a carnivore sanctuary, which gives the captive cats a second chance to be released back into the wild and become completely independent hunters in a protected area right in the middle of commercial cattle farmland.

Visitors can enjoy a stay at a variety of excellent accommodation options including everything from luxury villas to secluded camping. Don't miss the opportunity to enjoy thrilling cat-tracking guided safaris, leopard-spotting, and off-road night drives and learn about local San culture along the Bushmen trail.


The package includes meals as outlined in the itinerary.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Water

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

Activities and attractions in Swakopmund

The Strand Hotel Activity & Adventure Travel Office, staffed by local professional Travel Consultants, will help guests plan their sojourn in Swakopmund ensuring they experience and enjoy all on offer in Swakopmund, Walvis Bay, and along this exciting and unique Southern Atlantic coastline and neighboring Namib Desert. Their sole objective is to make sure that every guest's stay is personalized and filled with interesting, exciting, educational, and cultural activities and adventures.

It provides:

  • Airline re-confirmations
  • Car & bicycle hire
  • Transfer arrangements
  • Restaurant reservations
  • Shopping advice & information
  • Personalised consultation

What's included

  • Meet and greet at Windhoek
  • Transport in a custom build air-conditioned safari 4x4 vehicle
  • A registered and experienced English-speaking safari guide
  • Entrance fees and excursions as described in the itinerary
  • Return airport transfers
  • Mineral water on the vehicle and at the lodges
  • Local drinks while staying at Little Kulala and Ongava
  • 11 nights accommodation as described in the itinerary or similar
  • Emergency medical evacuation insurance

What's not included

  • Premium brand drinks
  • Any items of a personal nature
  • Gratuities
  • Personal medical insurance
  • International flights
  • Any additional meals not described in the itinerary

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Airport: Hosea Kutako International Airport Airport transfer included: Hosea Kutako International Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 25% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.

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