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Namibia offers space, silence, and the chance to really get away from it all: it’s the second-least densely populated country on the planet, with only two people per square kilometer. You can dine and enjoy the Namibian best produced Wine in the Region surrounded by landscapes so vast and empty that at times you feel like you’re on the edge of the planet. In an overpopulated world, there aren’t many places left where you can immerse yourself as deeply in remote wilderness areas as in Namibia.
Day 1: Windhoek
Meet Your Namibian Host and a short transfer to Windhoek which is about 42 kilometers, nestle in between the Eros Mountain to the north, Khomas Hochland to the west and Aus mountain to the South, which make the capital to be in a dugout Mountain and continue to our Lodge in between Aus Mountain. Sunset with a drink in hand is way to be welcome in Namibia and have some cocktails with few snacks at the Hotel.
Windhoek is the capital of Namibia, in the country’s central highlands. South of the city, the sprawling Heroes’ Acre war memorial commemorates Namibia’s 1990 independence. On a hilltop in the city center are the 1890s Alte Feste, a former military headquarters with historical exhibits, and Independence Memorial Museum. Colonial influences are visible in nearby buildings like the sandstone Lutheran Christus Church. Overnight at Avani
A cliché, but very true: Namibia is a country of contrasts. From its people to the environment, the diversity found in this country is quite surprising for a land predominantly made up of desert and with a population that doesn’t even number three million. Yet, this heterogeneous mix of characters and surroundings is the reason why more than a million people visit the country annually
Day will be spent in the Township and back to our hotel in town.
Night time, we will enjoy the Jazz Festival and have some of the best Windhoek night life
Breakfast and departure for Otjiwarongo and afternoon game drive in Mount Etjo Game Lodge.
Overnight at Mount Etjo Lodge.
If you don’t associate Namibia with fine wines … you have a rather unique opportunity to see what’s there. And of equal interest, see what a wine tour is like when it is fully customized by Namibians. This includes wine tasting! I think it is safe to say that this wine tour will be going where no wine tour (anywhere) has gone before! And will be tasting the undiscovered. Give it a go! If you aren’t Namibian but have gone through the travel hoops you are of course welcome to join, too!
Visit the Erongo Mountain Winery and transfer to Uis.
The Himba of Namibia
Today their culture remains much as it was around a hundred years ago; the women still colour their skin with red ochre, and the ancestral fires are still kept burning in the centre of the homesteads. The Himba are a semi nomadic people, who live a conservative life in a very isolated area.
Breakfast and departure for our visit to the Himba Village to experience their lifestyle and explore Namibia's only Semi Nomadic culture.
Transfer to Swakopmund in the afternoon. Swakopmund, a coastal town with its rich history and beautiful Wilhelmine architecture is a popular destination for holidays for both local and international travellers in Namibia.
Overnight: Swakopmund Sand Hotel
Breakfast and departure for Walvis Bay to experience the beautiful coast of Namibia and the amazing riches of the Atlantic Ocean with a Marine Cruise. See an abundance of bird and mammal life up close and delight in the scent of sea air.
Breakfast at the Lodge and depart for Sossusvlei, all the way to the Namib Desert. We will see the vicinity of beautiful landscapes and different flora and faunas along the way to the desert.
Arrive late afternoon at lodge - Check in at Sossusvlei Lodge
Breakfast and enter the Namib-Naukluft Park at sunrise, while the temperature is still mild and when the dune contrasts are at their best.
Deadvlei is a white clay pan located near the more famous salt pan of Sossusvlei, inside the Namib-Naukluft Park in Namibia. Also written Deadvlei or Dead Vlei, its name means "dead marsh". The pan also is referred to as "Dooie Vlei" which is the fully Afrikaans name.
Breakfast and transfer to Windhoek and enjoy some free time while exploring the city centre till time for our transfer to the airport. Assistance by our Guide with the registration and it's time to say thank you.
NB: Please note no activity is omitted on this day unless clients are flying late in the afternoon as we can opt for a Nature Walk in nearby park or just relax and enjoy Windhoek.
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