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Wildlife, rock art, ancient cultures, and some of the most unusual landscapes on Earth—Namibia has something for everyone. Set out safari in search of elephants, giraffes, and lions in Etosha National Park, and observe cheetahs close up at the National Geographic-supported Cheetah Conservation Fund. Peer at petroglyphs, spend time in a local township, and climb some of the most dramatic dunes on the planet.
Visit the Cheetah Conservation Fund for a lecture and a game drive.
Meet the residents of Mondesa Township and enjoy dinner and entertainment in a family home.
Explore the dunes of Namib-Naukluft National Park.
Itinerary - 10 Days
Days 1, 2, & 3 — Windhoek/Sesriem
Arrive in Windhoek. Drive to the desert town of Sesriem and head to the dunes of Namib-Naukluft National Park and Sesriem Canyon. (2B, 2D)
Days 4 & 5 — Swakopmund
Travel to Swakopmund, stopping in the desert for a lesson on ancient survival strategies. Go quad-biking or sandboarding on the coastal desert, and, tour a township before dinner and music in a family home. (2B, 1L, 1D)
Days 6, 7, & 8 — Twyfelfontein/Etosha National Park
Examine ancient petroglyphs at Twyfelfontein. Then visit the Petrified Forest national monument on the way to Etosha National Park, where we’ll take an open-vehicle game drive. Embark on another game drive at sunrise the next morning and enjoy free time in the afternoon. (3B, 1D)
Days 9 & 10 — Windhoek
Visit the Cheetah Conservation Fund, founded by National Geographic grantee Dr. Laurie Marker. Learn about ongoing efforts to study and protect cheetahs before a game drive. Spend a final evening in Windhoek and depart at any time the following day. (2B, 1L)
Our newest line of trips, offered in partnership with G Adventures, blends fun, hands-on exploration, meaningful encounters with people and cultures, and more free time and choices—with the structure and security of traveling in a small group.
All trip prices are per person based on double occupancy. If you're traveling on your own, we'll pair you up with a roommate of the same gender so that you can pay the same rate as other travelers. Prices are subject to change without notice and do not include airfare. All prices and fares are quoted in U.S. dollars.
My Own Room
During your trip, sometimes it's just more convenient and comfortable to have your own room. That's why we offer the "My Own Room" option - a single room all to yourself.
My Own Room Option: From $699
Arrival transfer, internal
flights, transport between destinations and to/
from included activities, and activities as listed in
the itinerary. Optional experiences are at an additional cost
Meals Included 9 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 4 dinners. Allow an additional $230-300 for meals not included
Transportation Air-conditioned touring vehicle, 4x4, open safari vehicle
You can do whatever you wish during your free time on tour, but if you're in need of suggestions, we've got them. Details about any optional experiences for this trip will be available during the booking process. Please note, these are at an additional cost.