Namibian Tours - Wildlife & Sea Breeze Safari

Wildlife & Sea Breeze Safari

Explore Namibia’s wildlife kingdom ‘Etosha National Park. This time the tour takes you to the previously restricted scenic area in the western region of Etosha National park toward Dolomite area, rich in biodiversity due to the absence of mainstream tourism. Species such as black and white rhinos are present in numbers, black-faced impala, plain zebra and mountain zebra. ‘. Then to the Namibia’s premier holiday resort town of Swakopmund.

6 Days / 5 Nights
Trip Information:

N$ 28’550.00 per person sharing
N$ 3900.00 single room supplements
Tour start: Windhoek
Tour Ends: Windhoek
Duration: 6 Days|5 Nights
Travel style: Accommodated Safari
Minimum Participants: 2 Maximum: 6 persons per vehicle
Vehicle type: SUV| 4x4 Double Cab |Modified Safari land cruiser
Destination: Etosha National Park, Damaraland, Skeleton coast

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Departure Dates 2019



































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Pre & Post Safari Accommodation

Please contact us to arrange all your pre and post safari accommodation in Windhoek as well as any Airport transfers that you may need. These are not included in the safari cost; they will be charged additionally.

Travel Plan

Day 1: Etosha National park

Our first journey to Namibia’s famous animal kingdom’ Etosha National Park’ which boast some of Africa’s best wildlife viewing opportunities. You have chance to photograph all of Africa’ wildlife including lions, elephants, rhinos, zebra, giraffes, cheetah, ostrich and many species of antelopes. Upon entry into the park, we game drive to our overnight lodge and perhaps we will be lucky to see lions or elephants. After dinner, we will still have more time to view animals at the floodlit waterhole a stone throw from the comfort of our rooms. Overnight stay at Okaukuejo rest camp.

Day 2: Dolomite Western Etosha

Full day of game drives inside Etosha National park toward the western Etosha, visiting numerous waterholes hoping to see some lions, elephants, or other member of Africa’s big game, as they emerge from the long night to quench their thirst. We cap off an exciting day with a delicious dinner and many stories to tell. Overnight stay at Dolomite Rest Camp inside the park.

Day 3: Twyfelfontein

Depart Etosha to Namibia’s first ever World Heritage site ‘Twyfelfontein’ (meaning doubtful fountain). Twyfelfontein (status awarded in 2007) this massive open-air art gallery is of great interest to local and international rock and art connoisseurs. The 2000 plus rock engravings estimated to be 6000 years old, represent one of Africa’s largest and most important concentration of rock art.. Overnight stay at Twyfelfontein lodge or similar.

Day 4: Swakopmund

Our last day in Damaraland, and after a delicious breakfast we are back on the road through the desert landscape of northwestern Namibia to the cool and often foggy Skeleton coast. En-route we visit Seal colony at Cape Cross. The C34 route southwards lead us pass Hentisbay a small holiday resort before reaching Swakopmund. Overnight at Beach Hotel or similar.

Day 5: Swakopmund

The day is spend at leisure; Swakopmund is the perfect place for relaxing after a hectic dose of admiring nature. If resting is not your thing, you can take part in many (optional activities at your own cost) such as, Kayak, board- cruiser, Sandwich harbour, Quad- bike in the dunes; Skydive from a light aircraft, Horse/Camel riding or visit the Museum or National Aquarium. Your guide is always available for any arrangement of your activities. Overnight stay at Beach Hotel or similar.

Day 6: Windhoek

Our tour is slowly ending, after breakfast; we take a slow drive back to Windhoek. If time permit a stop at the woodcarvers market in Okahandja is highly recommended to buy some last time souvenir and to stretch up. There after we continue with our journey to Windhoek. You will be dropped off at your accommodation of choice. End of tour.

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Service Excludes

Please note:

Service subject to availability at the time of booking.
Minimum age restriction is 12 years paying full fare.
Rates are subject to charge without prior notice due to circumstances beyond our control, such as fuel increases, currency fluctuation etc.
Whilst we endeavour to accommodate guests at the above-stipulated establishments, Mannor Safaris Namibia reserve the right to replace such accommodation with one of similar standard

Route Map

Accommodation & Overview

Days Destination Accommodation Meals
1 Etosha National Park D
2 Etosha National Park B, L, D
3 Damaraland B, L, D
4 Swakopmund B
5 Swakopmund B, D
6 Windhoek B
*Breakfast = B, Lunch = L, Dinner = D

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