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Northern Namibia Camping Safari

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  • Landscapes of northern Namibia
  • Wildlife safari in Etosha National Park
  • Meet the local Himba people
  • Ancient Bushmen rock art
  • Camping in scenic locations

Northern Namibia Camping Safari


Quick facts

Price from £799
Duration 9 days
Max group size 14 persons
Single supplement £50

Main areas visited

Summary of day-by-day itinerary

The trip price excludes flights. Wild about Africa can arrange flights originating from the UK or within Africa on request; please ask us about these. If you are travelling from somewhere other than the UK, we ask that you arrange your own international flights at least as far as Johannesburg in South Africa. We can assist with flights between Johannesburg and Windhoek on request.

Day 1 Transfer from Windhoek Airport to your guesthouse, with an afternoon to relax by the pool or to explore the city.
Day 2 Drive north to Okonjima where you visit the AfriCat Foundation which works to conserve predators in Namibia.
Day 3 An easy drive takes you to Etosha National Park with time in the afternoon to enjoy your first safari drive.
Day 4 Spend the day spotting animals and marveling at the vast Etosha Pan before camping inside the park.
Day 5 Visit at traditional Himba village, you spend the afternoon with these fascinating tribes people.
Day 6 Pass through stunning Damaraland scenery, stopping to explore a valley of Bushmen rock art at Twyfelfontein.
Day 7 Another spectacular days drive to the Skeleton Coast to see Cape Cross seal colony before enjoying a night in Swakopmund.
Day 8 After a morning of adventure activities at the coast you travel inland to Windhoek.
Day 9 Buy any last minute souvenirs to remind you of this fantastic holiday in Namibia before your flight home.

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