Hideaway Into The Wilderness

16 days, 15 nights
8 Guests
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms

If you love the outdoors, you will love Namibia. A camping safari in Namibia is a down-to-earth experience in every sense of the way. It’s about peeling away the luxuries and finding yourself entirely immersed in nature. It’s more than just setting up a tent or making food over an open fire. It is about the adventure and reconnecting with Nature. This is what we like to offer you on your Rewilding Adventure.

You will definitely have sandy feet, open-air showers and learn about some local critters, but that’s all a part of it. It's the getting so close to nature that makes a camping safari an experience like no other. We stock up with supplies and make sure you will have all you need, from a comfortable tent, quality bedding, sanitary comfort (bush toilet and shower), good food and drinks, comfortable camping chairs to sit around the fire in and enjoy the crackling sound it makes. Who said a camping safari could not be a luxury experience? When the sun sets and the dark creeps in, nature offers you not only 5 stars but as many as your eye can see in pure nature. It does not get more real or perfect than that.

Details

Up to 10 Guests
Private Chief
2 All-Road Cars
Bush Shower

Itinerary

DayDestination
1
WINDHOEK / OKONJIMA
2
OKONJIMA
3
OKONJIMA / ETOSHA
4
ETOSHA
5
ETOSHA / ERONGO MOUNTAINS
6
ERONGO MOUNTAINS
7
ERONGO MOUNTAINS / SWAKOPMUND-WALVIS BAY
8
SWAKOPMUND-WALVIS BAY
9
SWAKOPMUND-WALVIS BAY/BUSHMAN CAMP
10
BUSHMAN CAMP / SOSSUSVLEI
11
SOSSUSVLEI / KOIMASIS
12
KOIMASIS / FISH RIVER CANYON
13
FISH RIVER CANYON / KALAHARI DESERT
14
KALAHARI DESERT / WINDHOEK
15
WINDHOEK
16
DEPARTURE

  • Day 1-2
    Okonjima’s Omboroko Campsite, Okonjima Nature reserve

    You will be met by your guide on arrival in Windhoek and from there we make our way to a private Game reserve near the Omboroko Mountains. We plan to be at Okonjima in the early afternoon to enjoy their incredible tea time and an afternoon activity.

    At Okonjima there are loads of activities to take part in. Do an enclosure drive, leopard viewing, Carnivore Care Centre, The AfriCat Foundation or even a Bushman trail awaits.

    Overnight: Okonjima’s Omboroko campsite

  • Day 3-4
    Etosha - Namutoni

    The Etosha National Park; it is one of the world’s largest Game Parks, extending more than 350km from east to west.
    The wide open plains, numerous waterholes, and the large numbers of game make visits to Etosha.
    The large variety of birds and the ease with which they may be observed has made Etosha a popular birding venue.

    Etosha is delightful at any time of the year ; seasonal movement and behaviour of the birds and animals ensure an ever changing atmosphere.

    Overnight: Namutoni campsite

  • Day 5-6
    Erongo Montains

    After early departure drive from Namutoni we leave to the beautiful Erongo Mountain range. Our private camp is set up amongst giant granite boulders and the trails that this area offers guaranty incredible views and sunsets. We spend the afternoon exploring the area on foot.

    Overnight: Erongo mountains

  • Day 7-8
    The west coast – Swakopmund & Walvis bay

    After departure Erongo mountains for a short drive to the coast Swakopmund and Walvis bay with a variety of activities along the beautiful Atlantic ocean. There you would be able to see one of the largest seal colony at Pelican point and do a ride at Sandwhich harbour by 4x4 vehicle or choose from a variety of activities.

    Overnight: Bay View hotel

  • Day 9-10
    Bushman Camp

    On this beautiful farm you will have the opportunity to learn about the desert and walk through magnificent landscape, doing a sundowner on the dunes and sleeping under a pure sky full of stars.

    Overnight: Bushman campsite

  • Day 11
    Sossusvlei

    The Sossuvlei area belongs to a wider region of Southern Namib. This area is characterized by high sand dunes of vivid pink to orange color, a concentration of iron in the sand and consequent oxidation processes.

    Sossuvlei has the highest sand dunes in the world and the composition of these dunes produces breathtakingly beautiful dune landscapes which undergo colour changes at sunrise and at sunset that have to be seen to be believed. It is thus strongly recommended that visitors enter the park as early as possible and leave very late.

    Overnight: At the remote Desert camp

  • Day 12
    Koimasis farm range

    Ranch Koimasis is situated in the heart of the Tiras Mountains.
    Allow your soul be revived in this magnificent surrounding and enjoy a special feeling of endless freedom amongst shining red granite boulders.
    Listen to the secret ancestral voices, which the echoing wind carries through the ancient valleys.

    Enchanting sunsets and bright, clear night skies present a feeling of serenity.

    Overnight: Koimasis campsite

  • Day 13
    Fish river canyon

    We will drive to the Fish River Canyon found in the southern section of Namibia’s longest river – the Fish River – is the second largest canyon in the world (after the Grand Canyon in Arizona USA). Breathtakingly spectacular, it is one of the African Continent’s most wondrous geological features.

    The Fish River Canyon is stark, rugged, magnificently desolate and harshly unforgiving and offers the most serene and strikingly beautiful landscapes to visitors and photographers. The canyon itself is 161km long up to 27km wide.

    Overnight: Fish river lodge

  • Day 14
    Kalahari desert

    Kalahari Desert is a large semi-arid sandy savanna in Southern Africa extending for 900 000 sq covering much of Botswana and parts of Namibia and South Africa.

    A semi-desert, with huge tracts of excellent grazing after good rains, the Kalahari supports more animals and plants than a true desert, such as Namib Desert to the west.

    Overnight: Bagatelle

  • Day 15
    Departure back to Windhoek

    The drive to Windhoek is short and comfortable on paved roads.
    The journey should take about three to four hours to get there.

    Overnight: Guest house in Windhoek

  • Day 16
    End of itinerary
    We take you to the airport about 3 hours before departure and this is where we say goodbye and leave you to return back home with memories of a lifetime.

Got Questions ?

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