Low Season: May and June

From US$ 3196 per person (2 pax per vehicle)
From US$ 2379 per person (4 pax per vehicle)

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

From US$ 3259 per person (2 pax per vehicle)
From US$ 2410 per person (4 pax per vehicle)

High season: July, August, September, October

From US$ 3888 per person (2 pax per vehicle)
From US$ 2753 per person (4 pax per vehicle)

  • Airport transfers
  • All accommodation and campsites as per Itinerary
  • Meals as detailed in the itinerary
  • Activities stated as Planned
  • 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
  • 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

With a combination of history, culture, wildlife and well-known landmarks, this is a route that combines the best of Namibia, all in one trip.

Explore the mighty Kunene River, and take part in one or more of the many exciting activities including hiking, sundowner cruises, canoeing, kayaking, game viewing and bird watching. See the Damara people in Twyfelfontein, meet the indigenous Himba tribe on a cultural tour, explore Sesfontein, a lush oasis rising up from a barren landscape thanks to it’s six natural springs. Self-drive Ongava Private Game Reserve, Okonjima Nature Reserve and the ever-popular Etosha National Park, home to a variety of desert-adapted wildlife including lion, giraffe, elephant, the white rhino and the last free-roaming black rhino.

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