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  • Epupa Falls Namibia

12 Days – Namibia Highlights

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Detailed Itinerary

12 Days – 11 Nights

Price quoted in euro:

Low Season 1st of November – 30th of June

High Season 1st of July – 31st October

Cost of the tour as per High and Low Season, rates are:

  • Camping Accommodation (minimum of 4 participants): euro 1765 pp (low season)/ euro 2200 pp (high season)
  • Mid-range Lodge Accommodation: euro 2612 pp (low season)/ euro 2947 pp (high season) (meals: B, D)
  • Mid-range Lodge Accommodation: euro 2928 pp (low season)/ euro 3240 pp (high season)  (meals: B, L, D + mineral water during the tour)
  • Mid-range Lodge Single Supplement: euro 406
  • Luxury Lodge Accommodation: euro 4948 pp (low season)/ euro 5726 pp (high season) (meals: B, L, D + mineral water during the tour)
  • Luxury Lodge Single Supplement: euro 850
  • Optional: Private Tour Suplement: euro 1000 – without other travelers joining the group

Minimum 2 people per tour. 50% discount for children 12 years old and younger.


Day 1

Departure from Windhoek around 8 o’clock in the morning. Our guide will pick you up from the hotel. We are heading west, into the Namib Desert, and will be travelling through scenic bushland and savannah of the Central Highlands and Namib-Naukluft Park. On route stop-over at the spectacular view point of the Spreetshoogte Mountain Pass before we descend from Central Plateau (1600 meters above the sea level) into the desert (at 600 m above sea level). We are crossing dried-up river beds, which fill-up with water only during rainy season. Lunch served amidst semi-desert savannah at the cozy, wilderness restaurant at Solitaire. Stop at the small, desert bakery to taste freshly baked bread, cakes and famous ‚apple pie’.


Meals: dinner.

Distance: 350 km on gravel roads.

Accommodation: 2 nights at the Solitaire Country Lodge, Sossusvlei Lodge, Sossus Dune Lodge, Le Mirage

Duration: around 5,5 hrs with stops.


Day 2

Before sunrise, we begin fascinating adventure to spectacular Sossusvlei – land of the highest sandy dunes on Earth! After climbing to the top of picturesque Dune 45 we will go on an off-road trail and desert-walk among orange, surreal dunes of Dead Vlei. Breath-taking landscape of the majestic dunes, touched by the light of the rising sun and contrasting shadows overwhelms with its shapes, forms and colors! Towering over 380 m overhead is one of the highest dunes of the Namib, ‚Big Daddy’. Exquisite vistas worth capturing through the eye of a camera.

Surreal Dead Vlei charms and amazes with its incredible landscape expressions! Dry acacia forest (Camelthorn acacia) as if ‚frozen in time’, calmly and motionlessly stands among the silent dunes. Unique desert experience leaves impressive, lasting impressions! In the afternoon hike through the fascinating formations of the Sesriem Canyon.


Meals: breakfast, dinner.

Distance: around 150 km, tar, gravel and sand roads.


Day 3

After breakfast, we are travelling through the Namib Desert and Namib-Naukluft Park – venturing north-west to small town-oasis Swakopmund, set on the Atlantic coast. En route, crossing Kuiseb Riverbed, travelling through vast regions of savannah and semi-desert.  Good chance of sighting ostriches, springboks, mountain zebras and oryx grazing in their natural habitat. While crossing iconic Tropic of Capricorn, time for break, stretching legs and short photo-moment. Arrival in Swakopmund, early afternoon.


Meals: breakfast, dinner at the coastal town of Swakopmund.

Distance: around 320 km on gravel roads.

Duration of travel: around 6 hrs with stops for lunch and pictures.

Accommodation: 2 nights at Swakopmund at Hansa Hotel, Zum Kaiser Hotel, Atlantic Villa, Stay@Swakop Guesthouse


Day 4

In the morning, relaxing walk through picturesque, coastal town of Swakopmund. Visit at the local ‚open-air’ curio market, admiring, as well as shopping for an attractive and colorful, African artifacts. After lunch, escapade to spectacular Moon Valley and Welwitchia mirabilis trails – desert plant and botanical attraction; one of the oldest known plants on Earth, called by the botanists the ‚living fossil’.


Duration of travel – 3 hrs with stop over.

Optional attractions:

Boat cruise (morning hours) to the colony of pink flamingos and fur seals, with dolphins and marine life viewing. Price per person 50 euro.

Quad bike tour into the desert dunes. Price per person 55 euro.

Visit at fascinating Crystal Gallery – exhibition of magnificent, Namibian crystals, some of the biggest specimen in the World, as well as rich selection of semi-precious stones. Entrance: 5 euro.

Visit at the Snake Park – indigenous Namibian species including most poisons ones, such as: Black Mamba, Puff Adder, Cape Cobra, Gaboon Adder, Boom snake, Zebra Snake, as well as Pythons, grass and sand snakes. Entrance: 3 euro.


Meals: breakfast, dinner.

Distance: 100 km on gravel and tar roads.


Day 5

Salt road along the Atlantic Coast takes us further north. On the way, visit to the largest fur seal colony with short stop-over at the historical Cape Cross, where in 1486, Portuguese sailor Diego Cao set up a granite cross in tribute of the King of Portugal, after landing on the Namibian coast.

Turning east, inland – we are on route to the mountainous Brandberg Massif with the highest Namibian peak, Konigsberg, towering 2574m above sea level. Set amidst grassy African savannah and granite mountains is famous ‚White Lady’, ancient Bushmen painting, created by the tribal artists, who inhabited these regions centuries ago. Arrival at the lodge, in the afternoon.


Meals: breakfast, dinner.

Accommodation: 1 night at White Lady Lodge

Distance: about 300 km on salt and gravel roads.

Duration: around 8 hours including sight-seeing.


Day 6

Early in the morning, on route to scenic Damaraland and to visit Twyfelfontein – UNESCO World Heritage Site, where over 2000 rock engravings created by Bushmen are found in the rusty rocks and mountains. Engravings picture animals, hunters and hunting, people and their lifestyle.


Optional activities:

Ethnic visit at the ‚Living Museum’ presenting Damara culture. Price per person 30 euro.

Visit to the ‚Petrified Forrest’. Price per person 30 euro.


Meals: breakfast, dinner.

Accommodation: 1 night at Twyfelfontein Lodge.

Distance: around 300 km on gravel roads.

Duration: around 8 hours including sightseeing and lunch.


Day 7

After breakfast, we are venturing further into Kaokoland, to Opuwo, capital of this northern region. The next day we will meet semi-nomadic Himba people. One of the last, pastoral tribes on Earth, who continue to keep their traditional ancient way of life, as they did for hundreds of years. Unique chance for ethnic photography!


Meals: breakfast, dinner.

Distance: around 400 km on gravel roads.

Duration: around 8 hrs including breaks for picture-taking and lunch.

Accommodation: 1 night at Opuwo Country Lodge


Day 8

In the morning, unforgettable visit to the Himba village, learning about their nomadic way of life. Unique opportunity to observe exotic culture and customs. The Himba are a tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralis, who inhabit the Kaokoland, in northern Namibia. They have clung to their traditions, and the beautiful Himba women are noted for their orange-colored skin, intricate hairstyles and traditional jewelry. Himba men and women wear few clothes, apart from a loin cloth or goat-skin mini-skirt, they rub their bodies with mixture of red ochre and animal fat to protect themselves against sun, insects and to condition their skin. It gives Himba’s skin characteristic rich, red color. Himba jewelry is made from iron, animal skin or shell, and due to the intricate designs, have become very popular among the visiting tourists. Visit at the Himba village creates superb opportunity for spectacular ethnic photography! After morning adventure, time for lunch and afternoon rest.

After visit to the Himba village we are heading further north in direction of Kunene River to admire Epupa Falls. Kunene creates natural border between Namibia and Angola.


Meals: breakfast, dinner.

Distance: 230 km on gravel roads, including travel to Himba village.

Accommodation: 2 nights at Epupa Camp


Day 9

Today, time for rest and optional, recreational activities, while tucked away in nature, meditating beauty of this charming region, set ‚far away from civilization’.


Optional activities:

Adrenaline pumping – white-water rafting. Price per person Euro 45.

Kayaking on the Kunene River. Price per person Euro 35.

Trekking on hiking trails. (no charge)

Option of quiet rest in tranquil surroundings, nature walks, bird watching or spotting crocodiles inhabiting Kunene River. Crocodiles at Kunene are considered to be some of the most aggressive crocs in Africa. Giant reptiles, water monitors measuring up to 2 meters long, inhabit the area.


Meals: breakfast, dinner.


Day 1o

On our way to spectacular nature reserve – Etosha National Park! Etosha is dedicated to protecting wildlife of African bush and savannah. Its beauty and natural charm simply overwhelms the visitor! Wild animals inhabit enormous regions of grassy savannah. Harmony and balance of nature fills the viewer with tranquil peace and serenity. Live ‚theatre of nature’ at its best!


Meals: breakfast, dinner.

Distance: around 400 km on tarred and gravel roads.

Duration: around 8 hours with stops for sight-seeing and lunch.

Accommodation: 2 nights at Namutoni, Halali or Okaukuejo Camp


Day 11

On safari trails of Etosha! We are tracking wildlife in its own natural habitat, observing herds of elephants, zebras, hyenas, variety of the antelopes (kudu, oryx, impalas, eland, springbok, gnu) giraffes, rhino, jackals and birds of prey.  Searching for big cats of Etosha: cheetah and leopard, and for ‚king of the savannah’ – the lion.

At the waterholes, in calm and stillness, we are observing wild animals coming for a drink of water after a hot day. Evenings spent at the waterhole, watching and admiring rich variety of wildlife. Till late at night, we are captivated by incredible nature show! Fantastic opportunity for unforgettable photographic moments!


Meals: breakfast, dinner.

Distance: about 200 km on gravel roads.


Day 12

After last visit to the waterhole, leaving Etosha early in the morning and heading south to Windhoek ‚back to civilization’.  On the way, visit to an open-air craft market in Okahandja. Wonderful opportunity to purchase hand-made curios and African souvenirs.

After two weeks filled with unforgettable adventures, we are heading to the international airport. We will bid you ‚bye, bye’ and a safe journey, till we see you again on a safari in Africa – with Wild Wind Safaris!


Meals: breakfast.

Distance: around 450 km on tarred roads.

Duration: 6 hrs including stop over for shopping and lunch.


Select preferred type of accommodation or we can design tailor-made, mixed-accommodation tour:

  • two/three-star lodges
  • luxury lodges and hotels
  • camping/tented

Double rooms with an option of a single supplement. Air-conditioned rooms with private bathrooms. Camping tour: tented accommodation in 2-persons tents.

Included/Not included

Included in the tour’s price:

Transportation/fuel, accommodation (or tents/camping equipment), meals as per itinerary, national park entrance fee, tour guide for the entire tour, transfer ‚to and from’ the airport, pick-up in Windhoek and guests’ transfer to the lodge/hotel after the tour.

Not included in the tour’s price:

Scheduled flights (bus tickets) ‚to and from’ Namibia, individually extended accommodation or additional transfers, sleeping bags on camping tours, compulsory insurance, water and drinks, alcoholic beverages, optional activities/attractions, snacks, gratuities and tips, trip extensions, personal shopping, visa to Namibia.


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