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Transfer to Eros airport for your charter flight to the Namib Desert. Our route takes us over the Khomas Hochland Mountain Range, the escarpment, dry river beds and gravel plains, this is a land with many faces. Situated in the foothills of the NamibRand Nature Reserve this is the pristine Namib Desert. For the discerning traveller this is a place of exceptional elegance and comfort from which to explore the gifts of the desert.
The design and decor, materials and furnishings gardens and natural settings, all combine to ensure guests live their dream of an African safari. A rambling old farmhouse was extensively altered, upgraded and renovated to not only serve as a residence, but also as the main nerve center of the Lodge. An entrance hall leads to the reception, lounge, dining room, bar & cellar, library and office. The main dining area at Bagatelle Kalahari Game Lodge is an enclosed porch of enormous proportions.
Beach Lodge is positioned directly on the beach in Swakopmund , with a view of the sea from each room. The cool Namibian coast offers relief from the intense heat of the interior.
Beach Lodge offers ten double rooms and five ‘family units’, each with en suite bathrooms, telephone, TV and balcony; nine of the units have fully equipped kitchenettes and fire places. Secure parking and outside braai facilities are available.
Situated on over 46 000 acres of private property and bordering the Namib Naukluft Park, Kulala Desert Lodge lies in the heart of the Namib and offers magnificent views of the famous red dunes of Sossusvlei, as well as magnificent mountainous scenery and vast open plains. Twelve thatched and canvas chalets or “Kulalas” (Kulala in the Namibian language “Oshiwambo” means “to sleep”) with en-suite bathrooms and showers are set on wooden platforms to provide maximum airflow
An excellent combination of fly-in Safari in Botswana, and self-drive in Namibia
Upon arrival of your flight at OR Tambo (formerly Johannesburg International) Airport you will be met by our representative and assisted onto your flight to Livingstone.Upon arrival at Livingstone Airport you will be collected by your driver and transferred to the Zambezi Sun for check-in.
This 212 room Resort Hotel is situated on the banks of The Zambezi with views towards the Falls which are a short walk away. Rooms are low slung and airy overlooking onto a cool landscaped pool area, while the restaurant and bar are focused around the central pool. The two-storey en-suite rooms have private balconies that welcome the morning sun. Outside,
Canon Village – Fish River Canyon,Gondwana Canyon Park
The main building and the chalets indeed look like a quaint village nestling in the valley between granite tops and table mountains. While swimming in the pool you can enjoy magnificent views onto the plain.
Cape Dutch cottages, each with en-suite facilities, are combined with a fully equipped restaurant, swimming pool and generous lapa to provide much relief to sun-drenched visitors.
The works of Namibian artists on the walls of the restaurant and bungalows afford guests a glance into the lifestyle and culture of the early inhabitants of this area – the Bondelswart-Nama.
With its waving palms, spectacular sunsets and perennially flowing waters, the Epupa area offers much to see, experience and do. Exciting geological and archaeological sites can be seen in the area. Bird life in this riverine paradise is rich and varied, with some species endemic to the Kunene River environs.
11 Nights / 12 Days
For most visitors to Namibia the easiest and most practical way of seeing the country is to hire a car. Roads in Namibia are well maintained and clearly signposted. An alternative is to see Namibia from a bird’s eye view by making use of seat-in-charter flights which takes one between points.
We have offered 2 alternatives for accommodation, in each case, but you can also discuss other options with our consultants. This itinerary highlights what Namibia has to offer, as it includes the Namib Desert, the coastal town of Swakopmund, Damaraland with its wealth of rock engravings, desert adapted wildlife; excellent game viewing in Etosha National Park and the AfriCat Foundation (dedicated to the conservation and rehabilitation of cheetah and leopard).