Fly around Namibia
See the best of Namibia in 10 days!
About this tour
Safe, remote and breathtaking destinations!
This exclusively made tour for you allows you to visit 3 of some of the most beautiful and remote places in Namibia. The carefully selected lodges will spoil you and you will have ample time to enjoy each destination. A small Cessna airplane with private pilot will transfer you between the lodges.
When booking this special, you will receive a free 45 min scenic helicopter OR hot air balloon flight over Sossusvlei!
– 3 nights Andbeyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge – all inclusive
– 3 nights Shipwreck Lodge – all inclusive
– 3 nights The Fort – all inclusive
Most activities included at all lodges
All air transfers included with a private charter / pilot
Start and end from Windhoek international airport
R 130 000 (Eur 7600 / USD 9085) per person when traveling with 2 people
(normal price would be R 170 000 per person sharing)
R 99 000 (Eur 5800 / USD 6935) per person when traveling with 4 people
(normal price would be R 120 000 per person sharing)
This tour is valid only until travel before 19 December 2021
A preview of the trip
Andbeyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge
You will start and end your journey in Windhoek. On day 1 you will board your private aircraft to fly over the Sossusvlei to the incredible red dunes of the NamibRand National Park.
Located in the Namib Desert, just refurbished Sossusvlei Desert Lodge offers a wealth of activities, designed so guests can enjoy all the desert has to offer, from fat tyre bikes, nature drives and even yoga.
Although not in close proximity to the towering dunes of Sossusvlei, guests staying at Sossusvlei Desert Lodge can head on a day trip to visit this iconic area. Leaving early in the morning, your guide will take you to Sesriem gate and into the Namib-Naukluft National Park where Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei await. After climbing the dunes and walking amongst the petrified trees, you will stop for some breakfast in the park before heading back to the lodge.
Aside from day trips up to the dunes, guests have plenty of opportunity to enjoy the endless vistas of the Namib Desert from a variety of activities from camp. Nature drives provide the perfect opportunity to explore and learn about the geology of the Namib and how some of the desert adapted animals are able to survive with almost no water. For the more adventurous, fat tyre bikes are available for speeding across the landscape, as well as the possibility of having bush breakfasts or dinners with nothing but the desert surrounding you.
Back at camp, guests can indulge in the spa for some real rest and relaxation and even practice yoga with an instructor. With next to no light pollution, the star gazing at the lodge can be out of this world.
After 3 nights you will be collected by your pilot and travel north across the Skeleton Coast to Shipwreck Lodge.
Shipwreck Lodge - Skeleton Coast
Shipwreck Lodge offers unique accommodation amid the sweeping dunes of Namibia's Skeleton Coast and is the first to be built on the coast itself, providing a gateway for desert adventures and great alternative safaris.
Perched amongst the dramatic dunes of Namibia's Skeleton Coast, Shipwreck Lodge is a unique and exciting concept combining distinctive design, an unrivalled location within the park and fantastic opportunities for both wildlife viewing and desert adventures.
The lodge itself and each of the rooms is designed to look like the shipwrecks for which this region is famed, allowing them to blend into the hauntingly beautiful surroundings and adding a sense of fun to this unspoiled wilderness. There are 12 rooms in total, including a family unit which links two en-suite rooms by an outdoor deck. Each of the rooms are en-suite and offers its own private deck area with an outdoor bath from which you can soak in the impressive desert scenery.
To one side of the lodge you will find far-reaching golden sand, whilst the desert in the opposite direction is swathed in greenery, with marshland and forest providing water and habitat for the desert-adapted wildlife which roams the Skeleton Coast. Keep your eyes peeled for lions, elephants and kudu amongst other species. If the shipwrecks at the lodge don't prove to be enough, then a number of impressive remains can be found at Möwe Bay or nearby in the surrounding desert. Excursions can also be arranged to the seal colony at Möwe Bay, nearby Himba villages, Rocky Point for fantastic fishing or the remarkable roaring dunes.
3 days later you will be transferred back to Möwe Bay where your aircraft will fly you across beautiful Damaraland and Etosh National Park to touch down just East of Etosha in Onguma Game Reserve.
Etosha National Park - The Fort
The Fort overlooks the sparseness of the Etosha Pans and is unlike any other lodge in Namibia.
It provides guests probably one of the best sunset views in the whole of Namibia, and easy access to Etosha National Park with its incredible wildlife.
Located on the eastern side of Etosha, Onguma Private Nature Reserve has over 20,000 hectares of protected land and wildlife and boasts over thirty different animal species, including a family of black rhino.
In a landscape dotted with only animals and camel thorn trees, Onguma The Fort has a classic African feel with strong Indian and Moroccan flavours characterised by beautifully crafted window and doorframes. The inner courtyard with its large water feature calms the senses and guests can enjoy magnificent views from the tower. A large deck off the lounge area overlooks a waterhole where a variety of game come for refreshment every day.
Each suite has a bedroom, dressing area and air cooling system and the spacious bathrooms have both indoor and outdoor showers. The private deck includes sun loungers on which to relax and drink in the view. The Fort Suite is located in the Main Tower and offers similar facilities on a larger scale.
Activities revolve around game drives in and around the reserve and also into Etosha National Park. Etosha Pan is parched and dry most of the time, but occasionally a few rivers and the unpredictable heavy summer rains can fill it. After particularly good rains, Etosha Pan can attract over a million flamingos to its salty waters.
While the Pan itself is extremely salty and as a result does not support much vegetation, its edges give way to a surprising variety of vegetation types: from the broad swathe of mopane that encircles the broader area; to the tall tree canopies of the tamboti and terminalia woodland in the east; and to the open acacia-strewn plains, grasslands and dwarf shrub savannah in the west. Here mopane woodland dominates, whilst a low row of dolomite hills, evocatively called the Ondundozonanandana Range, provide relief to the otherwise flat surroundings and harbour populations of the endemic Anchieta's dwarf python and the local subspecies of rock hyrax.
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