Day 1 - Waterberg
We set out to the magnificent plateau Waterberg. But as passed via Okahandja, we take a brief stop to shop at the woodcarvers market. Upon arrival at Waterberg, the group can undertake a short walk on many trails on offer at this historic place. The views are really stunning at the Waterberg, and it is one of the most beautiful places to visit.
Day 2 & 3 - Etosha National Park
A good amount of our time in the park will be spend on game viewing. This is more enjoyable early morning and late afternoon, when the animals get into a playful mood. While in Etosha we will take lunch at one of the 3 camps on offer and escape the scorching sun of the midday, by spending time by the pool.
Day 4 - Damaraland
Now the safari is heading westwards to Twyfelfontein, declared a Unesco World Heritage Site. it is here at Twyfelfontein that we find one of the biggest collections of ancient rock art and engravings, done thousands of years ago by the San people. Another accolade for Damaraland is that it offers the most beautiful sunset, provided you are at a sufficient height to experience it. But the area self is a wonder! It is also here that we find the elusive Desert Elephant.
Day 5 - Swakopmund
Drive to Swakopmund via Uis and Henties Bay, Cape Cross if time permits. Swakopmund offers a wide range of recreational activities, e.g. quad biking, sandboarding, skydiving, fishing etc. These activities can be booked on request and guest are encouraged to participate in and enjoy any of these.
Day 6 - Windhoek
Transfer to Walvis Bay and undertake a dolphin boat cruise. We enjoy a relaxed drive back to Windhoek. Stopover at the Mbangura craft market in Okahandja and visit Windhoek craft market & Diamond Works workshop, in order to purchase souvenirs and/or jewelry.
Day 7 - Windhoek
After breakfast, time permitting, we enjoy a city and/or township tour. Transfer to Hosea Kutako International Airport, in time for your flight back home.
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