On arrival in Namibia you'll charter straight out to your first camp for two nights, expect to fly through stunning desert and mountain scenery. The camps location provides direct access to Soussousvlei, yet offers privacy and exclusivity. The inclusive activities will provide you a array of views of this beautiful area including 'Dead Vlei'. Day three, charter to Swakopmund, again this low level scenic route captures the most amazing view of the dunes. On arrival you'll be transferred to your hotel where you stay for two nights. Here we can arrange a series of activities, however the beach is accessible and the town is a great place to 'chill and do your own thing'. Day five, charter to Door Nawas Camp in Damaraland, The unique lodge design allows for a un-spoilt panoramic view of this diverse and dramatic landscape, which varies from tabletop outcrops, small canyons, dry riverbeds to savannah and grassland vistas. Day nine charter to Desert Rhino camp, where you get to explore the Palmwag concession in the North for three nights. Day eleven, charter to Windhoek and connect to your Joburg flight where you'll transfer to Safari Club for the night and the next day travel to your place of origin.
Explore North Palmwag Concession
Rhino walking safari
Kulala Desert Camp - Sossusvlei, Namibia
Hansa Hotel - Swakopmund, Namibia
Doro Newas Camp - Damaraland, Namibia
Desert Rhino Camp - Damaraland, Namibia
Safari Club - Johannesburg, South Africa
Best Time to GO
As it's a drier arid country, one can visit Namibia throughout the year but the 'peak' season would be the dry season from June - October.
Get in touch with one of our Safari Specialists – they'd be happy to share their knowledge with you.
price starting from
Estimated cost per person sharing for a safari like this, depending on the season. Can be customised based on your budget and requirements. Please note that prices are subject to change. International flights not included. All prices are USD (United States Dollar). "PPS" - Per Person Sharing.
Johannesburg (JNB) Johannesburg, South Africa
Johannesburg (JNB) Johannesburg, South Africa
Today your Namibian adventure starts. Enjoy a seamless travel experience from the moment you step off your commercial flight at Windhoek and onto your chartered flight to Kulala Desert Camp.
The flight takes you through stunning desert and mountain scenery.
Kulala Wilderness Camp is situated 20 km’s from Sesriem, the Park’s entrance to the Sossousvlei dunes. Towering dunes rise dramatically, more than 1000 ft above the surrounding plains.
The camp’s location provides direct access to Sossousvlei, yet also offers privacy and exclusivity. Activities may include;
Sunrise excursions to the Sossousvlei Dunes.
Walks up the Dunes under the guidance of a Professional guide
Nature drives appreciating the spectacular views and desert scenery.
After breakfast on day three you transfer to Kulala Airstrip for your morning charter flight to Swakopmund, arriving Swakopmund midday.
This low level scenic flight takes you over Dunes and desert and to the Skeleton Coast, where the scenery is spectacular, where the dunes and the desert meet the Atlantic Ocean.
The flight down the coast takes you over the site of the Eduard Bolen shipwreck, and will land at Swakopmund Airport.
You will be met and transferred to the Hansa Hotel, in the centre of Swakopmund.
Swakopmund is a charming town, with German colonial buildings and great shops and seafood restaurants. It’s a great place to chill and ‘do your own thing’.
There is also a lovely beach and swimming is safe, although the cold Atlantic Benguerra current may be a bit cool.
After breakfast on day eight you will be transferred to Swakopmund Airport for your midday charter flight to Doro Nawas Camp, arriving at Doro Newas .
The flight takes you north along the Skeleton Coast to the vast Palmwag concession in Damaraland.
Between the Ugab and Huab Rivers in Southern Damaraland lies a vast and un-spoilt wilderness. This area boasts magnificent desert mountain scenery.
Doro Newas Camp is situated in the ruggedly beautiful Damaraland area, on a small, rocky outcrop within the floodplain of a small tributary of the Huab River. This exciting new destination is a joint venture between Namibian investors, the local Doro Nawas community and Wilderness Safaris. The camp is located in the valley of the dry Aba-Huab River with spectacular views of the Etendeka Mountains to the north and the red sandstone cliffs of Twyfelfontein (famous for its San rock engravings) to the south.
The unique lodge design allows for a un-spoilt panoramic view of this diverse and dramatic landscape, which varies from tabletop outcrops, small canyons, dry riverbeds to savannah and grassland vistas.
The magnificent terrain holds all the possibility for a sighting of the rare desert-adapted elephant while enjoying a nature drive or relaxing, viewing the stars from the rooftop of the main area or from your private unit veranda.
Guests are housed in units which combine natural stone and canvas walls with wood and glass doors, shaded by a thatch roof. The design and décor blends into the surrounding scenery, with attention to comfort and luxury in these sometimes-abrasive semi-arid desert conditions.
After breakfast on day eight, transfer to Doro Nawas Airstrip nearby, for your Wilderness Air charter flight to Damaraland, to Desert Rhino Camp.
The flight takes half an hour, north to the vast Palmwag concession in Damaraland.
Between the Huab and Hoanib Rivers in northern Damaraland lies a vast and un-spoilt wilderness. This area boasts magnificent desert mountain scenery - the ‘Etendeka’s’ - conical hills with eroded tops that look similar to ancient volcanoes.
There are fascinating geological formations, archaeological sites and a unique variety of desert fauna and flora.
It's also the roaming ground for the rare Desert Black Rhino and Desert Elephant.
Desert Rhino camp is a research base camp located within the Palmwag concession, in an area frequented by Black Rhino and closed to the general public.
The only way to observe the rare desert Rhino is on a drive and then tracking by foot from this camp.
The theme of this camp is nature excursions into the rocky desert area conducted to search for the rare and endangered desert elephant and rhino, and both are seen on a frequent basis.
The movement of Black Rhinoceros, desert Elephant, Oryx, Kudu, Springbok and other species are dictated by the presence of food and water. Desert Lion and Cheetah occasionally move in and out of the area.
After a morning activity and brunch you will be transferred to Desert Rhino Airstrip for your charter flight to Windhoek.
Connect to your afternoon flight to Johannesburg, departing Windhoek.
On arrival at Johannesburg Airport you will be met and transferred to Safari Club Lodge nearby.
The Safari Club Lodge is perfectly situated to meet the specific needs and requests of discerning travellers, professionals and avid safari enthusiasts.
Situated within 5-10 minutes drive from Johannesburg International Airport, the lodge was originally established as an overnight stop for guests embarking on safari, it has developed into so much more and now confidently claims to be a lodge that surpasses international standards and maintains the highest possible levels of professionalism, hygiene and comfort.
Day twelve you transfer to the OR Tambo International and depart to place of origin
The cost includes:
Flights, taxes and ground transfers from Windhoek through to Johannesburg.
Accommodation fully inclusive of all meals, snacks, drinks (including alcohol), laundry, park entrance fees and unlimited game viewing activities at all camps.
Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Swakopmund
Catamaran cruise and lunch with drinks at Swakopmund.
The cost does not include:
International flight from the HK to Windhoek.
Lunch, dinner and drinks in Swakopmund.
Gratuities and items of a personal nature.