Namibia Highlights

Itinerary: Windhoek - Sossusvlei - Swakopmund - Twyfelfontein - Etosha - Waterberg - Windhoek

This tour is perfect for guests, who are the first time in Namibia. 

After the visit of the Sossusvlei-Dunes you travel  to the German shaped coastal city Swakopmund. Your next stop is the World Cultural Heritage Twyfelfontein, where you can visit the rock engravings, the "Burnt Mountain" and the "Petrified Forest". 

In the Etosha National Park you have time for extensive wildlife observation at the different waterholes. On the way back to Windhoek you can stay overnight at the Waterberg, which is the table mountain of Namibia with its various flora and fauna.

Charming South

Itinerary: Windhoek - Kalahari - Fish River Canyon - Lüderitz - Sossusvlei - Swakopmund - Windhoek

Beside the red dunes and the countless camel thorn trees, the Kalahari Desert impresses especially through her endless range. 
The Fish River Canyon, the second largest canyon of the world, with a length of 160 kilometres belongs to the most impressive natural beauties in the southern Namibia. In Lüderitz, the town of foundry of Namibia, you can make a journey in the historical past of Namibia.

The orange dunes in the Sossusvlei belong to the highest of the world and shine especially at sunrise in a spectacular light and shadow play. In Swakopmund you have time, to explore the small coastal city. 

Rich in Wildlife North & Caprivi

Itinerary: Windhoek - Waterberg - Etosha - Grootfontein - Popa-Falls - Mudumu National Park - Chobe National Park - Victoria-Falls - Flight to Windhoek

Journey to the Waterberg, which is famous for its diverse animal and plant population. In the Etosha National Park, the largest conservation area of Namibia, you can see a variety of different animal species at close range. Via the mine town Tsumeb you drive to Grootfontein. Along the Okavango you go on to the Popa Falls, where you can do an excursion to the Bwabwata National Park.

Continuation of the journey to the east through the Caprivi to the Mudumu National Park. The Chobe National Park, which was established in 1967 as first National Park in Botswana, is popular for its huge herds of elephants and Cape buffalos; return of the rental car.

At the visit of the Victoria Falls (World Heritage of the UNESCO) you can admire, how many people claim, one of the most impressive natural spectacles of our earth. Return flight to Windhoek.