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What you could expect from your Namibia Tour:
Windhoek – Namibia’s capital city with a bustling, vibrant atmosphere
and sophisticated shops and restaurants.
A local craft market – In the colonial town of Okahandja to meet the
locals and haggle for souvenirs.
The Moon Landscape – En-route to Swakopmund, a favourite with the
Swakopmund on the Skeleton Coast – With its palm-lined streets and
The unique flora and fauna – As well as the diverse and colourful
birdlife en-route to Henties Bay.
Twyfelfontein – Home to centuries old engravings from early
The famous basalt Organ Pipes – Formed by the intrusion of
A morning hiking trail – With an experienced local guide passing on his
extensive knowledge of the Namibian landscape.
A sundowner drive in the Aba Huab River – Admiring not only the
stunning vistas but looking out for rare desert dwelling elephants.
Visit a local Himba Village – Interact with the friendly natives and gain
a fascinating insight into their traditions and way of life.
Etosha National Park – One of Africa’s greatest game parks.
Game drives in the park – Spot Zebra, Gemsbok, Oryx, the endangered
black rhino and the endemic black-faced Impala.
Explore the variety of waterholes – In the enormous Saltpans that the
animals rely so heavily on.
Find out – What it takes to manage and maintain a reserve from your
Extend your stay in Okonjima – A luxury lodge and home to the AfriCat
Foundation committed to the long-term conservation of Namibia’s large
cats including cheetahs and leopards.
Witness first-hand – Some of AfriCat’s vital work and how they
promote environmental education, research and animal welfare.
Track leopards in the bush – Witness a nocturnal hide after-dark.
Join a cheetah – Tracking trail on foot.
Follow the ancient ‘Bushman Trail’ – A route taken by the ancient
Herero, either as part of a group or by yourself on a self-guided tour,
traversing the landscape at your own pace
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