12-Day Luxury Fly/Drive

Highlights of this Safari

  • Beautiful Landscapes & Romantic Settings
  • Desert Wildlife, Birding & Photography
  • Exclusive Safari Camps
  • Game Drives, Walks & Adventure Activities

FROM USD 8116 pps

Comfort Level: L Luxury Travel
Start/End: Start at Windhoek & End at Windhoek
Countries: Namibia
Destinations: Windhoek, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Damaraland, Skeleton Coast / Kaokoland


Day 1: Relax in Windhoek

Arrive at Windhoek’s Hosea Kutako International Airport & collect your car. Drive to Olive Grove Guest House for 1 night on a bed & breakfast basis.

Complete with a pool, sun loungers and a wellness room with masseuse, Olive Grove Guest House is the perfect start to your safari. Here you can unwind and relax after a long journey, taking advantage of nearby shops to stock up on any last minute items. Rooms are air-conditioned and have free Wi-Fi as well as a tea and coffee station and mini bar. Lunches and dinners are available at Olive Grove or you can walk the short distance to a local restaurant. Secure parking is available on site.

Days 2 – 4: Giants of the Desert

Drive to the Namib Desert & Little Kulala, set on a private reserve near the Sossusvlei dunes. Enjoy 3 nights on a full board basis.

The enormous sand dunes of Sossusvlei are the main attraction in the Namib Naukluft National Park but there is much else to see such as enigmatic desert wildlife and dramatic geological features. The expert guides at Little Kulala will open up the world of the Namib on drives and walks and can arrange hot-air balloon excursions for you to see sunrise over a red ocean of sand. Complete with their own plunge pool, the suites at Little Kulala are contemporary and stylish with natural elements woven into them. A highlight is a night spent on the roof of your suite in a ‘sky bed’ – an unforgettable way to view the cosmos above you.

Days 5 – 6: The Swakopmund Experience

Drive to the town of Swakopmund on the Atlantic Ocean coast. Check in at The Strand Hotel for 2 nights on bed & breakfast basis.

The appealing sight of Bavarian rooftops framed by palm trees and perhaps even pelicans perched on lamp posts means you have reached Swakopmund. The ideal stopover to catch up with a cappuccino after the Namib, this friendly town also has a reputation for adventure. Home to sky diving, ballooning, sand boarding and quad biking, Swakopmund also offers marine and birding tours. Your base is the beachside Strand Hotel, complete with spa, gym and three in-house restaurants as well as a concierge service to make bookings for activities, excursions and local restaurants.

Days 7 – 8: Track Black Rhino

Leaving your car in Swakopmund, you fly to the Damaraland region & transfer to Desert Rhino Camp for 2 nights on a full board basis.

Flying over the rugged, weather-blasted Damaraland landscape, it is hard to believe that much wildlife lives here. But Damaraland is home to black rhino and desert elephant as well as antelope and mountain zebra and a host of smaller creatures such as wild cats and honey badgers. Indeed, it has a predator population which is second only to that of the Etosha National Park with lion, cheetah, leopard and both brown and spotted hyena in the region. Day and night drives as well as walks with guides from Desert Rhino Camp take you into the heart of it. Accommodation takes the form of simple but comfortable tented suites with stunning Damaraland views.

Days 9 – 11: Ghosts of the Coast

Fly to the Skeleton Coast region & Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp where you will make your home for 3 nights on a full board basis.

Named after the ghostly shipwrecks that lie on its beaches, the Skeleton Coast is one of the most remote destinations in Namibia. You have a scenic flight into the heart of the area, staying at Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp where you will explore both the wild and desolate coast itself as well as the interior. Here you will be surprised to find vegetated river valleys and permanent waterholes, frequented by animals ranging from elephants and giraffe to desert specialists gemsbok and springbok. The lodge has only eight suites, modern and stylish and incorporate natural cooling breezes as part of their design; the lodge’s pool is a welcome sight on hot summer days.

Day 12: The Journey Ends

Fly back to Windhoek’s Hosea Kutako International Airport where the safari comes to an end with the commencement of your onward travel arrangements.

After breakfast and goodbyes at Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp, you sit back on a shared charter flight to Windhoek. It is a journey time of around two and a half hours; the tour ends with your arrival at the airport and your onward flight.


These rates are purely for informational purposes and do not reflect the actual cost in those currencies.


Jan - Mar
USD 8116
Apr - May
USD 8446
Jun - Oct
USD 11036
USD 8329

These rates are per person sharing & single supplements may apply. Please treat all pricing as a guide only & the rates are subject to availability & may change slightly without notice. Request a quote from us.


Accommodation, Meals as specified, 2 Daily Activities at Safari Lodges, Local Drinks & Laundry at Safari Lodges,
Shared Charter Flights in Namibia, Road Transfers as specified, Park fees, Airport tax. Car Rental, Toyota Hilux Double Cab or similar, including Service fee and one way drop off fee (pick up Windhoek Airport, drop off Swakopmund Airport)


Flights to & from Windhoek (Namibia),  Premium Drinks at Safari Camps, Drinks at Guesthouses, Gratuities, Meals that are not Specified, Items of personal nature, Travel Insurance, Additional Car Rental fees.

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