6 Days Safari tour in Namibia Dunes and Wildlife from Windhoek

On a 6 Days Safari tour in Namibia “Dunes and Wildlife” trip departing from Windhoek, take advantage of everything that nature has to offer in Namibia. This multi-day excursion includes many game drives in Etosha National Park as well as a trip to the park’s enormous Etosha salt pan, which serves as a major flamingo breeding area. Take thousands of pictures as you interact with the people, look for shipwrecks along the Skeleton Coast, and awe at the sea of sand dunes in the Namib Desert. Before returning to Windhoek, you’ll even have the chance to monitor cheetahs with a scientist.

6 Days Safari tour in Namibia Dunes and Wildlife from Windhoek
  • 6 Days Safari tour in Namibia”Dunes and Wildlife” trip departing from Windhoek
  • Combine several game drives with a trip to the oldest desert on Earth.
  • Enjoy a range of scenery, including the bleak Skeleton Coast and a sea of red sand dunes.
  • Sleep soundly in accommodations conveniently located for the day’s activities.
  • includes a local guide’s knowledge

Start time

07:30 AM

End point

This activity ends back at the meeting point.

Pickup details

We recommend pre-safari accommodation at Chameleon Backpackers where this tour begins.

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6 Days Safari tour in Namibia itinerary.

Day 1: Afternoon game drive in Etosha National Park

Camouflage Safaris Pre-departure meetings are held at Chameleon Safaris’ headquarters starting at 7:15.
thirty minutes; no admission charge

National Park of Etosha After arriving at Andresson Gate at 2:00 pm, we spent the remainder of the day traveling to Halali, where we were staying. Twin-sharing accommodations are available at Halali, and we strongly advise spending time by the lighted waterhole before and after supper. 1 day, 12 hours, with an included admission ticket

Accommodation: Overnight at Halali Rest Camp in twin share rooms with en-suite bathrooms.

Meals: LunchDinner

Day 2: Game viewing during the whole day at Etosha National Park

Pan of Etosha You can go on morning game drives to the park to look for predators. You can visit the Etosha Pan during a morning game drive, where you can see how the park got its name. 2 hours with included admission

Waterhole in Okaukuejo Enjoy a stop at Okaukuejo after a long day of game viewing so you can stretch your legs, climb the tower, get a refreshing beverage, and use the restroom. 30 minutes with included admission ticket

Etosha Village Parking

Drive through to Etosha Village, our lodging for the evening, as you leave the park soon before dusk.
12 hours with included admission

Accommodation: Overnight at Etosha Village in twin share rooms with en-suite bathroom

Meals: BreakfastLunchDinner

Day 3: Travelling via Damaraland to Swakopmund

Shipwreck of Zeila It’s been a long day spent driving through Namibia’s rural areas. We get the opportunity to interact with the Herero, Damara, and Himba people as our tour takes us across Damaraland. These pit breaks provide the ideal chance to meet the locals and learn about them while shopping at their neighborhood markets. We stop at the Zeila Shipwreck before continuing our trek down the coast after a roadside meal. 5 hours; no admission charge 2 Shop Swakopmund, rite When we get to Swakopmund, we check into our lodging. Before supper, take advantage of the possibility to stroll about the town. Twelve hours; no admission charge

Accommodation: Overnight at Hotel A La Mer in luxury twin share rooms with en-suite bathroom.

Meals: BreakfastLunch

Day 4: Swakopmund to Namib Desert

Capricorn Tropic Sign After breakfast today, we have the choice of participating in an optional activity like sand boarding, which takes us into the dunes along the shore. At 11:15, our hotel or guesthouse in Swakopmund will be picked up so that we may have a quick pre-departure discussion before leaving. After that, we set out and go to Solitaire and our tent via the Kuiseb and Gaub Passes. thirty minutes; no admission charge Desert Camp 2 We arrive at our camp in the late afternoon and have some time to unwind and take in the scenery before setting out for a little walk to see the sunset over the Naukluft Mountain range. 1 day; free admission

Accommodation: Overnight at Desert Camp in twin share rooms with en-suite bathroom

Meals: BreakfastLunchDinner

Day 5: Sossusvlei

Deadvlei We leave camp at first light in order to get to the park entrance in time for sunrise. We travel around 55 kilometers along an old riverbed surrounded by tall dunes to the 4 x 4 parking, from whence we board a 4×4 shuttle into the Sossusvlei area. Before entering Dead Vlei, which has a significant area of bleached cracked clay and skeleton camel thorn trees in juxtaposition to a background of enormous dunes with their always shifting colors, we take a walk through this special location. 2 hours with included admission Big Daddy Dune No. 2 The tallest dune in the vicinity, Big Daddy, offers the best views of the Namib Desert for those with lots of stamina. 1 hour with included admission Sossusvlei 3 We go to Sossusvlei after leaving Deadvlei and explore this vlei before breakfast.

2 hours with included admission 4 Dune 45 We’ll make a picture stop at the well-known Dune 45 on the way back to our lodging. 30 minutes with included admission ticket Sesriem Canyon No. 5 When we get back to Sesriem, we stop at the neighboring Sesriem Canyon, which used to provide animals in the area with year-round water. To fully appreciate this modest yet intriguing geological feature, descend into the canyon. 1 hour with included admission

Accommodation: Overnight at Desert Camp in twin share rooms with en-suite bathroom.

Meals: BreakfastLunchDinner

Day 6: Return to Windhoek

The Solitaire Inn Breakfast in the early morning before traveling to Solitaire to explore the local conservation project in an open car. There are many cheetahs here that cannot be released for a variety of reasons. During this one-hour session, we will get the opportunity to learn all there is to know about cheetahs, about local conservation efforts, and to take some amazing pictures of the fastest land animal in the world. 1 hour with included admission

Accommodation: Not included

Meals: Breakfast

What’s Included in the6 Days Safari tour in Namibia

  • 5 nights of lodging in double rooms with bathrooms attached, following the itinerary
  • 1 full day, 1 afternoon wildlife drive, and 1 hour at the Himba Village
  • One day spent seeing the Sossusvlei area, which includes Sesriem Canyon
  • 1-hour cheetah encounter
  • professional driver and guide who speaks English
  • Within the Windhoek city boundaries, pick-up and drop-off
  • Transport in a specially designed safari vehicle with air conditioning and a pop-up canopy
  • faucet water
  • Dinner (4)

Not Included in the 6 Days Safari tour in Namibia

  • Drinks, including mineral water, soft drinks, alcohol
  • Snacks
  • Gratuities
  • Optional activities
  • Personal Travel Insurance
  • Airport transfers

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