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Karibu Africa Safaris offer you a 9-day self-drive safari in Namibia where you can visit some of Namibia's most amazing tourist destinations, especially Etosha National Park. Experience the thrilling game drives to see 114 animal species, several of which are rare and endangered, and some of the 340 bird species that call the park home. Let Karibu Africa Safaris organize your journey and make every moment becomes more valuable than your money worth!
Your safari package includes 8 nights’ accommodations. These are your accommodations:
Upon your arrival at Hosea Kutako Airport (WDH), you will collect your rental car from the kiosk and head to Windhoek. Depending on your arrival time, you can spend the rest of your time for a sightseeing in Windhoek, and exchange your money if you need. Today, you will stay overnight at Villa Verdi Guest House or similar on a bed and breakfast basis. The time you check in to your accommodation, you will receive your travel documents with maps, vouchers, etc.
From Windhoek, you will proceed to the red dunes of the Namib Desert. The driving will include some unpaved gravel road as well as mountain passes, so cautious driving is recommended. You can head towards Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei early to experience the magical sunrise over some of the highest sand dunes in the world. (The park gates only open at sunrise for people staying outside of the park). If you have enough time, visit Sesriem Canyon, which was carved through sedimentary rock over two million years ago by the Tsauchab River.
Start your journey north to Swakopmund, the adventure capital of Namibia. You will pass the world-renowned settlement of solitaire, where Karibu Africa Safaris strongly recommend that you try the famous apple pie at Moose MacGregor’s Bakery. Once again, you will encounter some gravel roads and mountain passes on your journey north. You will spend 2 nights in Swakopmund, where you will have the opportunity to book a variety of optional activities, ranging from quad-biking in the dunes to dolphin and seal cruises.
This morning, you will head to Etosha National Park, which remains one of the greatest wilderness areas on the African continent. Your travels today will mostly be on tarmac roads. Proclaimed in 1907, Etosha National Park gets its name from the large Etosha Pan, a vast shallow depression also referred to as 'the great white place of dry water'.
Spend the day game driving inside the park as you head towards the park's eastern gate. As you drive through the park, you will be able to view some of the 114 animal species, several of which are rare and endangered, and some of the 340 bird species.
Leaving Etosha in the morning, your journey south takes you through the mining town of Tsumeb. The Tsumeb Museum, with its excellent display of the area’s minerals as well as Bushman and Himba artefacts, is well worth a visit. And if you are still looking for that special souvenir or gift for someone at home, a stop at the woodcarvers' craft market in Okahandja is recommended.
Head to Hosea Kutako Airport (WDH), leaving plenty of time to return your rental vehicle before your connecting flight.
Your safari will take place in Namibia. You will visit some amazing places in Namibia and drive along Windhoek, Namib Naukluft National Park, Swakopmund, Etosha National Park, and Tsumeb.