OF NAMIBIA WING SAFARI
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- Best of Namibia Wing
Guests on this exciting fly-in safari experience and
explore the highlights of Namibia - including Sossusvlei the
Namib Desert; the Skeleton Coast around Walvis Bay and Swakopmund;
Damaraland and Etosha National Park. Every Sunday we depart
from Windhoek. The aircraft and pilot stay with the group throughout
so there is continuity and flexibility. All meals, park fees
and activities are included. Group size is usually around four
guests - but we reserve the right to book up to a maximum of
Days 1 and 2 : The Namib Desert - Sossusvlei Wilderness
safari departs from Eros Airport (Windhoek) by light aircraft
for Sossusvlei Wilderness Camp, approximately an hour's flight
away. We will be departing in the late morning. Activities are
conducted in 4x4 vehicles and include a safari down to the very
end of the Tsauchab River and to the heart of Sossusvlei for
wonderful dune scenes. Optional early morning ballooning can
be arranged at extra cost. (This must be booked in advance).
Late afternoons are time to explore the reserve around the camp.
Days 3 and 4 : The Skeleton Coast, Swakopmund
and Damaraland - Damaraland CampWe
depart by light aircraft and fly over the dunes of the Namib
and Sossusvlei to gain a different perspective of the area from
the air. We continue westwards to Meob Bay on the Atlantic Ocean
and then fly up the Skeleton Coast.
The flight offers spectacular desert and Skeleton Coast scenery,
where the dunes and the desert meet the Atlantic Ocean. Our
flight takes us over the site of the Eduard Bolen shipwreck,
past Conception Bay and the wreck site of the Shaunee, around
Sandwich Harbour and its famous lagoon, the flamingoes at Walvis
Bay and on to Swakopmund. Here we are met and transferred to
Walvis Bay for a wonderful boat trip out to sea where there
are frequently good sightlings of dolphins, seals and sometimes
even penguins and whales.
In the afternoon we depart from Swakopmund, for a scenic flight
further up the Skeleton Coast, and past the Cape Cross Seal
Colony before we turn east and fly up the Huab River to Damaraland
Camp for two nights. Highlights of the stay of Damaraland Camp
are nature excursions into the rocky desert in search of the
rare and endangered desert Elephant and Rhino.
We are in an area where the chances of encountering the desert
Elephants are high.
Day 5 and 6 : Etosha and Ongava - Ongava Lodge
or Ongava Tented Camp
F ly by light aircraft from Damaraland to Ongava Lodge or Ongava
Tented Camp for two nights. Etosha, covering an area of 22,000
square kilometres, offers excellent game viewing opportunities.
Our game drive activities will focus mainly within Etosha in
the mornings. In the afternoon and evening we have the opportunity
to enjoy walks, hides and night drives within the private Ongava
Reserve, activities not possible within Etosha. Lion, Leopard,
Elephant White Rhino and Black Rhino as well as all the plains
game can be seen here. Tracking Rhino on foot is one of Ongava's
Day 7 : Back to Windhoek
Depart Ongava Lodge for flight back to Windhoek.
Some itineraries may run in reverse.
All soft drinks, beer, fruit juice, mineral water and wine.
Local liquors are also provided.
• All meals while on safari.
• All activities while on the safari departure
• All internal charters as specified in the itinerary
• All accommodation
• All National park fees
• All relevant entry and departure government stipulated
• All personal purchases, including curios, premium brand
liquors, telephone calls etc.
• Optional extra activities
• All flights (other than specified in the safari itinerary),
pre and post tours before arrival at the starting point of the
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