Low Season: May and June

From US$ 2933 per person (2 pax per vehicle)
From US$ 2182 per person (4 pax per vehicle)

Shoulder season: November, December, January, February, March, April

From US$ 3105 per person (2 pax per vehicle)
From US$ 2325 per person (4 pax per vehicle)

High season: July, August, September, October

From US$ 3625 per person (2 pax per vehicle)
From US$ 2587 per person (4 pax per vehicle)

  • Airport transfers
  • All accommodation and campsites as per Itinerary
  • Activities stated as Planned
  • Meals as detailed in the itinerary
  • One fully equipped Luxury Cruiser for 2 (4) people for ­­­­­­­­13 days with one rooftop tent (+ one ground tent)
  • Comprehensive vehicle insurance (excess of N$ 25 000 will apply (refer to T&C for more details))
  • Detailed daily Itinerary, maps and GPS with Tracks 4 Africa
  • Reservation service
  • Standard vehicle cleaning
  • Route and vehicle use briefing
  • 24/7 full field support
  • Two spare wheels
  • Full camp kitchen, beds & bedding, first aid kit, basic tool kit, two jerry cans, recovery kit with sand ladders, cool box, 12/220 V inverter, etc. (as per the equipment list)
  • Meals not specified
  • Fuel
  • National park fees
  • Activities stated as recommended or optional
  • Personal travel insurance
  • International flights unless specified
  • Tips and any purchases of personal nature
  • 3,7% credit card transaction fee

A route for those who prefer shorter drivers while seeing as much of Namibia as possible.

Explore the striking beauty of Waterberg Plateau’s brick-red sandstone crowned with lush vegetation, visit Onguma Game Reserve and Etosha Heights Private Reserve’s enthralling landscapes and desert-adapted wildlife. Discover the ancient rock engravings in Twyfelfontein, navigate through the eerie Skeleton Coast, taking in its dramatic vistas and haunting sites of shipwrecks, and experience a line-up of activities including quad biking, horse riding, paragliding, fishing, sightseeing and fascinating desert tours at the coastal town of Swakopmund. All this paired with additional campsites and even a desert ranch stay makes this route perfect for those wanting to see more and drive less.

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