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Experience one of the best flying safaris in the country and enjoy superb game viewing from some of the best lodges in Namibia. 

This trip uses only the finest lodges on an itinerary that provides a complete north and south’ experience, superb game-viewing and the best guides everywhere you go. Add to this great food, outstanding hospitality and exceptional photographic opportunities, and this trip is simply unbeatable!

Suggested itinerary

  1. Day 1: Depart the UK

  2. Days 2-3 : Arrive Windhoek. Fly to NamibRand Nature Reserve, 2-nights lodge/tented camp.

    Vehicle and foot safaris, optional balloon trip.

  3. Days 4-5 : Fly to Swakopmund, 2-nights hotel.

    Vehicle safari from Swakopmund to fur seal colony at Walvis Bay.

  4. Days 6-7 : Fly to Damaraland, 2-nights lodge/tented camp.

    Vehicle and foot safaris in the Damaraland.

  5. Days 8-9 : Fly to Western Etosha, 2-nights lodge/tented camp.

    Vehicle safaris in Etosha National Park.

  6. Day 10: Fly to Windhoek and depart

  7. Day 11: Arrive UK

You should note: Note: The Skeleton Coast makes a wonderful contrast to this itinerary.

Key info

Our trip ideas are offered to inspire you and can be tailored to suit your requirements.
  • Duration and price including flights from/to UK: 11 days from £5,495 pp
  • Duration and price excluding international flights: 9 days from £4,495 pp
  • Single supplement: From £990
  • When to go: Jan-Dec: Daily, throughout the year
Featured locations:


Swakopmund is a charming Germanic seaside town, from where there are many excursions. In particular, Walvis Bay has huge colonies of Cape fur seals and is a world-renowned sanctuary for over 160,000 resident birds, as well as a feeding station for around 200,000 waders and terns on their migration routes.

  • Where: Erongo Region
  • Ideal for viewing: cape fur seal, Heaviside’s dolphin, Damara tern, Namaqua chameleon, yellow mongoose


Damaraland is an ancient area of arid plains, deep chasms and dramatic red, rocky peaks, dominated by the huge Brandberg Mountain. With the Atlantic coast nearby, sea mists drift inland providing sustenance to various desert life forms and natural laws of food and water dictate the movement of the desert elephant.

  • Where: Erongo Region
  • Ideal for viewing: black rhino, desert elephant, springbok, white-tailed shrike, augur buzzard
  • Excellent for: Walking safaris, Vehicle safaris

Etosha National Park & Ongava Reserve

Etosha is considered to be one of the finest sanctuaries in southern Africa. It is famous for its vast, dazzling saltpan with permanent waterholes, which attract a multitude of wildlife particularly during the dry winter. The neighbouring Ongava Private Game Reserve offers the attraction of tracking rhino on foot.

  • Where: Oshikoto & Oshana Region
  • Ideal for viewing: black rhino, black-faced impala, damara dik-dik, African elephant, lion
  • Excellent for: Walking safaris, Vehicle safaris, Just Conservation

Namib Naukluft Park & Sossusvlei

The Namib Desert is the oldest in the world and, with no light pollution and clear night skies virtually guaranteed, it is also one of southern Africa’s finest stargazing areas. However, the most remarkable sight is at Sossusvlei, where the world’s highest sand dunes tower more than 300 metres.

  • Where: Karas, Hardap & Erongo Regions
  • Ideal for viewing: aardwolf, cape fox, gemsbok, springbok, lanner falcon
  • Excellent for: Walking safaris, Vehicle safaris