10 Days Namibia – Land of Contrast

10 días  Namibia

Namibia has a great infrastructure and has some of the best tourist facilities in Africa and a long list of natural wonders full of contrasts that surprise at every corner. Destination of beautiful coastal towns such as Swakopmund with German influence in its architecture, culture, gastronomy and its famous annual Oktoberfest celebration, the wilder side in national parks such as the impressive Fish River Canyon, Etosha National Park home to animals such as lions , elephants and mountain zebras adapted to the extreme Kalahari and of course the Namib Desert that runs 2000 km along the Atlantic coast are some of the most important areas to visit.

Important Information:


10 Days, 9 Nights



Accommodation – Campsite

  • 1 night – Okonjima Nature Reserve
  • 1 night – Etosha East
  • 1 night – Etosha South
  • 1 night – Palmwag
  • 1 night – Brandberg
  • 2 night – Swakopmund
  • 2 night – Sesriem
  • Including professional guide and camp assistant.



  • Tickets to National Parks
  • Sossusvlei dunes tour
  • Elim dune tour
  • Walvis Bay Swakopmund Tour
  • Twyfelfontein Rock Art Tour
  • Brandberg Dolomite Columns Tour
  • Safaris in Etosha National Park
  • Visit to the Himba village
  • Transfers with professional driver guide
  • Passenger liability insurance



  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner included, except on days not mentioned
  • Unlimited mineral water




Optional activities, food not mentioned, drinks not mentioned, tips, local/international flights, vaccinations, visas.

Actividades Opcionales:

  • helicopter flights
  • Balloon flights
  • Night Safaris


This itinerary has fixed monthly departure dates. Contact us for more information.


Days 1-5

Day 1

Welcome to Namibia!

The B1 road will take us to the 22,000 hectares of Okonjima Nature Reserve, here we will visit the AfriCat Foundation, specialists in the conservation and protection of African big cats.
Enjoy exciting safaris to track cats or learn about local San culture through the bushman trail.

Day 2

Etosha National Park

Early we started the route to Etosha. We will drive to the largest natural lake in Namibia, Otjikoto. This afternoon we will do the first guided safari among wild zebras, giraffes, gemsboks, gazelles, lions, elephants and hundreds of birds.
Upon returning to camp enjoy a drink at the old German fort, watching the fabulous African sunset.
Etosha is a land of vast semi-arid plains dotted with waterholes and isolated bushes where lions, elephants, black rhinos, giraffes, flamingos, ostriches, eagles, hornbills and owls are part of a unique ecosystem.
We will arrive at Namutoni located near a small lake ``King Nehale`` where animals come to drink. To end this great day, you will have dinner around a bonfire.

Day 3

Etosha National Park

You will be amazed by the white expanse of Etosha, its mirages and large herds of animals. You will visit some of its lagoons. We will make a stop at Halali for lunch and rest. Then we will continue south where Okaukuejo will be, the oldest camp in Etosha. At the end of the day and after dinner you can visit the highly recommended illuminated watering hole so you can discover a great diversity of animals that come in search of water.

Day 4

Palmwag Town

Today we travel to the mountains of the Kaokoveld desert, home and refuge of the Himba culture. We will take you to know its people and culture.
Palmwag is an idyllic reserve located along the Unab River, surrounded by palm trees. This reserve has the largest population of black rhinos in Africa as well as being home to leopards, elephants, lions, cheetahs, zebras, giraffes and kudus.
The camp among large gray granite boulders and Mopani trees offers travelers the tranquility of the desert. The accommodation includes six luxury campsites that guarantee a unique night sounds experience.

Day 5

Twfelfontein - Brandberg

We leave Damaraland and travel to Brandberg, it has the highest peak in Namibia and is the sacred place for the Khoisan people and famous for its rock art that tells us about the life of the hunter-gatherers in the area. Among its 45,000 cave paintings is the famous White Lady in a wild and ancient environment that is home to great natural diversity.

Días 6-10

Day 6

Swakopmund Town

After breakfast we begin the journey towards the colonial city of Swakopmund. Our first stop is the small town of Uis, a former mining town and great place to buy gemstones, which Namibia is famous for. Here you can find raw amethyst, tourmaline and other stones at good prices. Upon reaching the coast, we drive to Cape Cross where the huge colony of sea lions lives.

Day 7


Today we travel to the coast of Walvis Bay, we will visit the home of flamingos and a great diversity of seabirds, with luck you will enjoy dolphins or whales. We will visit the changing colored salt pans before returning to Swakopmund.
You will have time to explore Swakopmund, with its pretty shops and markets, you can also visit the Namibia National Museum and Aquarium or experience an optional activity.

Day 8


We said goodbye to Walvis Bay and went up to Gaub and Kuiseb to see their beautiful lunar landscapes. Our destination is the camp in Sesriem.
In the evening we will take an excursion to the nearby canyons and dunes where we will enjoy the bright and colorful sunset and then have dinner around a campfire. A great place to experience the beauty of the Namib Desert.

Day 9


With the soft light of dawn and passing through the gate of the Namib Naukluft park we will arrive at Sossusvlei where the water of the Tsauchab River submerges into the reddish sands of the desert.
Sossusvlei is at the heart of the park and is one of the most fascinating landscapes in Namibia. Its gigantic orange dunes, rolling plains and rocky mountains create a magical kaleidoscope of colors and shapes where incredibly adapted animals and plants come together to form one impressive ecosystem. We will go on a hike to discover Springboks, jackals and ostriches.
The ``Duna 45`` can be climbed easily and if you are in shape you can dare with the “Big Daddy” Dune
We will visit the magical Dead Vlei, where the river changed course and the acacias now look petrified.

Day 10


This morning after breakfast we will depart back to Windhoek via the Khomas Hochland mountain range. We will make a stop for lunch and rest. We will arrive at your accommodation around 3pm.
End of the Tour!


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