6 days|6 nights
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Includes -all accommodation and meals on a full board basis unless otherwise specified; flights as specified; activities and game drives as specified; meet and greet services; park fees and government taxes;
Excludes – international flights, visas, airport taxes, insurance, telephone, drinks, items of a personal nature, gratuities.
Operates – all year
Little Kulala, Sossusvlei
Depart from Windhoek by air and spend two nights exploring the Sossusvlei region, staying at the luxurious Little Kulala, in the Kulala Wilderness Reserve. You have very good access to the spectacular dunes of Sossuvlei, which rise more than 300 metres, through a private gate in the Park. Emphasis is on the smaller desert fauna and the larger desert adapted animals such as ostrich, springbok and gemsbok, along with carnivores such as bat-eared fox, Cape fox, cheetah and black-backed jackal.
Damaraland Camp, Damaraland
Enjoy a scenic three hour flight over the Namib Desert for a different view of the desert and the Skeleton Coast’s spectacular topography, leaving the sandy dunes and heading inland to an ancient rock-strewn landscape of a previous glacial era. You will spend two nights at your camp, situated in the 352 000 hectare Torra Conservancy which supports the desert adapted elephants. Accommodation consists of 10 adobe-styled, thatched units raised on individual decking with expansive views. Trips can be arranged to Twyfelfontein, some of Africa’s best known rock engravings (additional cost).
Serra Cafema Camp, Kunene
Fly by light aircraft to the extreme north west of Namibia for a two night stay at Serra Cafema Camp. This intimate camp is poised along the banks of the Kunene River, in total contrast to the surrounding desert. Activities include nature drives, carefully guided quad-bike excursions through the fragile dunes, walking in the mountains and valleys and a visit to the Himba settlement.
After breakfast, fly to Windhoek for your onward arrangements.