7 Day Namibian Highlights Safari

7 Day Namibian Highlights

Centered on the vast Etosha Pan withs its shimmering mirages, the renowned Etosha National Park is one of the world’s greatest conservation areas.


Safari Overview

With this jam-packed itinerary, focusing on 3 x highlights and landmarks of Namibia: Standing at the top of one of the highest sand dunes in the world, as you watch the sunrise over the Namib Desert. Visiting the coastal town Swakopmund, showcasing its German origins in its European-styled colonial architecture. The Etosha National Park is the biggest tourist attraction in Namibia, but the animals roaming the 22 000-square kilometer of wilderness of grasslands and woodland savanna, is the real showstoppers which you will experience on this safari.


Wonderful Namibian desert of the Namib-Naukluft Park, the coastal town of Swakopmund and the fascinating wildlife of the Etosha National Park.

Rates & Info

Price Per Person – Rates valid until December 2024


USD 2500.00 pp sharing

Single supplement: USD 110.00


ON REQUEST                 

Single supplement: ON REQUEST

*CAMPING-LODGE-COMBINATION OPTION (4 x nights fully camping and 2 x nights accommodated)

Our Pricing are based on a Private Tour:

As you want to feel safe during this Covid era, by limiting your interaction with people you do not know. Our tour price individual & based on minimum of 2 people travelling together on their own Private Tour.  No other clients are booked on your tour dates you book with us.

If you are more than 2 that want to travel with "Just Your Own Group", please do let us know and we work out a discounted rate for 3 & more travelling together.


  • Transport for 2 - 3 clients will be in 4x4 Toyota Cruiser.
  • 4 and more clients, transport will be in a custom build Safari Truck.

The dunes of the Namib

Day 1 - Windhoek to Namib Naukluft

Our starting point will be 8h00 at Arebbusch Travel Lodge, from here we will head towards the Namib Naukluft Park, travelling over the Khomas Hochland and down the steep gradients of the Gamsberg Pass, sometimes called as “Namibia’s Garden Route”. We should begin to see the first of our game species like springbok, ostrich and oryx. We stop at Solitaire, where the world’s famous apple pie is a definite try after lunch. We spend 2 nights on the outskirts of the Park on a Guest Farm with spectacular view to watch the sunset with a sun downer.

ACCOMMODATION: *SH – Weltevrede Guest Farm or similar
(PRE-Tour Accommodation can be booked for you)
Lunch & Dinner


Day 2 - Dune 45 & Sossusvlei

Pre-dawn we depart to the entrance gates to Sossusvlei. We have some nice opportunities to stop on the way next to the road for beautiful photographic moments capturing the sunrise on the Dunes. A climb up the sand dunes will give a superb view up and down of the Tsauchab River Canyon which forms the valley between the famous sand dunes. Your guide will set up breakfast and prepare coffee at the bottom of the dune. After breakfast we take a short drive to the parking lot where you will undertake a 2 hour walk through to the beautiful Hiddenvlei in the Sossusvlei Area. We stop for lunch at Sesriem camp, after which we will go and explore the Sesriem Canyon by foot, before heading back to our Guest Farm

ACCOMMODATION: *SH – Weltevrede Guest Farm or similar
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


Day 3 - Namib Naukluft to Coastal town of Swakopmund

Some scientists regard the Namib Desert as the oldest in the world. We will travel via the Kuiseb Canyon, home to two Germans and their dog for two years during World War 2. We include a visit to the Walvis Bay lagoon, famous for its large numbers of flamingos. It’s a 5-hour scenic drive to the coast, arriving in Swakopmund for the next 2 nights.

ACCOMMODATION: *SH – Prost Hotel or similar

Quad Bike Tour in Swakopmund

Day 4 - Swakopmund

Today is a free day to enjoy all that this coastal town has to offer – from many optional adventure activities like Quad biking, Sand boarding, Sky Diving or relax on a Dolphin Cruise.

If you do not feel adventurous you can visit the historical museum at the base of the lighthouse, visit the Kristall Galerie, home of the world’s largest Quartz crystals cluster in display, or do shopping at numerous shops and enjoy German patisseries at local cafes, all withing walking distance to the center of Swakopmund from your hotel.

ACCOMMODATION: *SH – Prost Hotel or similar



After breakfast we leave the coastal town of Swakopmund behind and head north, towards the Etosha National Park for 2 days of game viewing. Our first overnight stop in Etosha will be either at Okaukuejo or Halali, both with a floodlit waterhole allows for 24-hour game viewing. Elephant and black rhinoceros are seen daily during the dry winter months & numerous other game species are also found here, including lion and leopard.

ACCOMMODATION: *CH – Okaukuejo or Halali
Breakfast and Lunch

Lion at Waterhole


Game driving slowly through the park we gaze in awe at the vast expanse of the Etosha Pan, itself shimmering in the midday heat. Ostriches appear like moving black dots as they wander around miles out on the salt pan. The diversity of habitats attracts a wide variety of birds and to date about 392 species have been recorded.

ACCOMMODATION: *CH – Halali or Namutoni
Breakfast and Lunch
TRAVEL DISTANCE: depends on waterhole routes we will be visiting.

Day 7 - Etosha back to Windhoek

After enjoying breakfast, we slowly drive back to Windhoek via Okahandja, stopping at the local craft market for those last-minute gifts and reminders of this amazing memories of you last few days of game driving on your safari tour.



The indication in the itinerary of what type of accommodation is provided each day are guidelines only and are used to give an idea of the accommodation offered, rather that and exact description. Please keep in mind however that standards can vary from one trip to the next, and occasionally we may need to change a night-stop without advance warning. We cannot guarantee the use of particular properties. Facilities and characteristics may vary from those described.

* SH - Standard Hotels, Lodges or Guest Houses, usually with twin or single rooms and en-suite facilities. These are generally standard, no-frills hotels perfectly accepted to most, do not expect too much. These are often small, family run establishments.

* CH - Comfortable Hotels, Lodges or Guest Houses with twin or single rooms and en suite facilities. Generally good levels of service and often added amenities such as restaurant, bar, swimming pool and garden.

Namibia have good tourism infrastructure and generally good service standards. Throughout this trip we stay in comfortable lodges which are simple, comfortable, and clean.


All safaris are sold as a private fully inclusive package and include the following:

  • Service of a Trained Safari Guided Driver
  • Transport, accommodation, and all National Park Entrance Fees
  • Meals stated as on above itinerary
  • Meals can be either purchased picnic style lunch or at accommodation / Meals that are not included are on client’s own expense, budget +/- N$ 300.00 per person for dinner at parks restaurants and +/- N$ 150.00 per person for lunches.
  • Activities included as set out in above itinerary
  • Camping Options: All camping equipment for camping nights includes 2-man dome tent, which thick sleeping mattress with sleeping bag, pillow, tables, and chairs. Meals on camping can either be purchased picnic style meals or your guide will prepare at camp.

NOTE that alternative lodges can be used if the above lodges are fully booked.


  • Flights, Visas, and Insurance
  • PCR Tests - Entry into Namibia / PCR Test - leaving Namibia
  • Alcohol, Soft Drinks and Bottled Water. (Tap water is Save to drink in Namibia)
  • Tips, Gratuities, Spending money and all other items of a personal nature.
  • Anything else that is not stated as included.
  • Camping Options –Bring own swimming and bathing towels.