A 7 days / 6 nights Air Charter Safari with scheduled departures
HIGHLIGHTS: Fish River Canyon, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Twyfelfontein, Etosha
DAYS: 7 days & 6 nights
MIN PAX: 2 Pax
Day 01 Fish River Canyon Dinner
Upon your arrival in Windhoek, you will be met and assisted by our Representative before continuing on to your Charter Flight to the Fish River Canyon. In the late afternoon a Sundowner overlooking the Canyon is included at the Fish River Lodge. The Fish River Lodge, with its endless vista in gorgeous pastel hues, offers space to breathe and time to reflect.
The Fish River Canyon is, at 650 kilometers, the longest river in Namibia. The Fish River canyon, situated along the lower reaches of the Fish River, is one of the most impressive natural beauties in the southern part of Namibia and has become a popular hiking destination. Hikes require good physical health and should only be undertaken during the cooler winter months (between May and September).
Dinner is served at the Lodge
Overnight: The Fish River Lodge
Day 02 Sossusvlei Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
After a hearty breakfast at the Lodge, your flight continues to the famous Sossusvlei. You shall arrive at the Hoodia Desert Camp in time for Lunch and have the afternoon at Leisure. The Hoodia Desert camp is situated southeast of Sesriem, and within a 15 minute drive to the Sossusvlei Gate, the heart of the Namib Desert. The lodge bungalows have open air bathrooms and shaded porches
Lunch and Dinner at the Lodge
Overnight: Hoodia Desert Camp
Day 03 Swakopmund Breakfast, Dinner
After an early breakfast at the Lodge you shall visit the Sossusvlei – a huge clay pan, enclosed by giant sand dunes. Some of the spectacular hills of sand are, at a hight of 300 meters, the highest in the world. The tour ends at the Sossusvlei Airstirp in time for the charter flight to Swakopmund
Upon arrival at Swakopmund Airport you will be transferred to your accommodation for the next two nights, the Hotel Eberwein. The hotel is located in the historical building “Villa Wille”, which was built in 1910 by Herman Wille. The building’s original exterior has been maintained in an unchanged state and the rooms still have stuccowork dating back to the days of Villa Wille. This stately mansion has been converted into a hotel or distinctive character
Lunch and dinner will be for your own account
Overnight: Hotel Eberwein
Day 04 Swakopmund Breakfast, Snacks
After an early breakfast, you will be transferred to Walvis Bay for a boat excursion on Walvis Bay Lagoon.
Experience the beauty and variety of sea life around Swakopmund and Walvis Bay where the rich diversity of birds, seals and dolphins, and, in season, humpback whales, is fascinating. Schools of dolphins swim alongside the boat, and seals frequently jump aboard for a visit. A late breakfast of fresh Walvis Bay Oysters and light snacks served with sparkling wine is enjoyed on board. Return to Walvis Bay Yacht Club at approximately 12H30.
The afternoon will be at own leisure.
Dinner will be on own account
Overnight: Hotel Eberwein
Day 05 Twyfelfontein, Etosha Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Breakfast at the Hotel is followed by a transfer to the Swakopmund Airport, in time for your charter flight to the Etosha National Park.
Enroute you shall stop over at Twyfelfontein to view the Rock Engravings. Twyfelfontein is the largest known concentration of Stone Age petroglyphs in Namibia, with approximately 2500 engravings around the Twyfelfontein area. Also in the area is another geological curiosity; the perpendicular slabs of basalt known as the “Organ Pipes”. A light lunch I served, before your flight continues to the Etosha National Park
You shall be accommodated at the Etosha Safari lodge, which is situated on a hillock, giving magnificent views across tree-covered hills.
Dinner will be served at the Lodge
Overnight: Etosha Safari Lodge
Day 06 Etosha National Park Breakfast & Dinner
Enjoy an early morning Game Drive in the Etosha National Park
Namibia’s Etosha National Park is a huge saltpan surrounded by flat bushland. This huge nature reserve is approximately 22,000 square kilometers in size, supporting an estimated 300 lions, 300 rhinos, 2000 giraffes and 1500 elephants. Particularly numerous are the dainty springbox – of which there are at least 30,000! Etosha National Park has a good infrastructure – well-maintained gravel roads lead to the waterholdes, where game viewing is at its best
Lunch will be for your own account
Dinner is served in the Restaurant
Overnight: Etosha Safari Lodge
Day 07 Return to Windhoek Breakfast & Lunch
Enjoy a hearty breakfast at the Lodge before flying back to Windhoek Eros Airport.
Once arrived, you will be met by our representative and transferred to town for lunch.
After lunch is a Windhoek Township tour of Katutura, one of the poorest areas of Windhoek. Along the way the local people sell traditional food called kapana and a traditional drink which is called Tombo. At the Soweto market one can see traditional hairdressers and tailors, and the impressive open air butchery.
In the late afternoon, visitors will be transferred to Windhoek International Airport for their return flight.
DAY ACCOMMODATION MEAL BASIS ACTIVITIES
1 Fish River Lodge Dinner Meet & Greet at the Windhoek International Aiport. Sundowners at the Lodge
2 Hoodia Desert Camp Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Flight over the Fish River Canyon to Sossusvlei
3 Hotel Eberwein Breakfast Morning Excursion to Sossusvlei followed by a flight to Swakopmund
4 Hotel Eberwein Breakfast & snacks Marine Cruise in Walvis Bay
5 Etosha Safari Lodge Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Excursion to the Twyfelfontein Rock Engravings
6 Etosha Safari Lodge Breakfast & Dinner Full day excursion into the Etosha National Park
7 Departure Breakfast & Lunch in Windhoek Afternoon Township tour in Windhoek
Alternative accommodation may be used.
LUGGAGE RESTRICTIONS: 10 kg per person in soft styled bags