Day 1: Sossusvlei

Upon landing at Windhoek, look out for the Wilderness Air counter to check in for your flight to Kulala Airstrip. When you land at Kulala, you will be met and transferred to Little Kulala Lodge, where you can check in and either relax while watching the sun go down over the desert on your first night in Africa, or enjoy your first shared afternoon activity.

Days 2 - 3: Sossusvlei

Included activities are morning drives to Sossusvlei (via a gate that is only accessible by Kulala), afternoon and night drives in the Kulala Concession which is part of the Namib Rand Reserve, nature walks, quad biking and biking. Additional activities that can be added at extra cost are hot air ballooning and spa treatments. The camp also has a sleep-out deck which can be booked at no additional cost - make sure you enquire about it before departure as it is a first come first serve basis.

Day 4: Palmwag

You have an exciting journey ahead of you today. After breakfast, you will be transferred back to Geluk Airstrip, from where you will catch your flight to your next destination. Your first stop will be in Swakopmund to change plans. From Swakopmund, you will fly to Doro Nawas and then it is one more short flight to the remote Desert Rhino Camp. You are sure to take many photos of the scenery on your journey today.

Once you arrive at Desert Rhino Camp, you can relax for a while before going on a shared afternoon activity, such as a game drive or walk.

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Day 5: Palmwag

Set off this morning in search of the desert adapated rhinos. You will set off by vehicle, as the rhinos can potentially be far away, but once you get closer, you will be able to alight from the vehicle and approach them on foot.

In the afternoon go on a drive in search of desert adapted elephants.

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Day 6: Skeleton Coast

After your last morning safari activity (time permitting) at Desert Rhino Camp, you will fly to Hoanib Skeleton Coast. First it is a short hop to Doro Nawas Airstrip before you fly to Hoanib Valley Airstrip. Once you arrive at the lodge, you can relax before doing an afternoon safari activity.


Day 7: Skeleton Coast

Safari activities include game drives to search for desert adapted animals, including elephants, giraffes and even lions.

Day 8: Kunene

Today, you fly to the northernmost part of Namibia, near the border with Angola. From Hoanib Valley Camp, you will fly to Doro Nawas and then on to Serra Cafema. Check in to this lodge in this otherworldly environment and enjoy your first activity from here, if time permits.


Days 9 - 10: Kunene

Activities at Serra Cafema include boat cruises on the Kunene River, quad biking excursions and game drives. You can also visit the local Himba communities.

Day 11: Ongava Private Game Reserve

After a last morning activity and breakfast (time permitting) you will be catch a flight to Ongava Game Reserve, situated next to Etosha National Park. Once you land at Ongava Airstrip, your guide will collect you and transfer you to camp. After lunch and some relaxation time, get ready for your first game in the Ongava private concession.

Ongava Game Reserve Ongava Game Reserve

Day 12: Ongava Private Game Reserve

Your day will start with an early morning game drive either on the Ongava Concession or in Etosha National Park, which departs at sunrise as you try to find the predators before they retire for the day. Return to to camp for lunch and siesta before heading out again after lunch on an afternoon game drive, complete with sundowners.

Day 13: Windhoek

After your last morning activity and breakfast in the bush, you will fly back to Windhoek. When you land at Windhoek Airport and will be transferred to your hotel, where you will spend your last night in this beautiful country the impressive Olive Exclusive Boutique Hotel.

Ongava Game Reserve Ongava Game Reserve - waterhole

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Day 14: End of Itinerary

You will be transferred to Windhoek Airport to catch your flight home.

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