Discover the incredible dunes and deserts of Namibia
The smoke that thunders
|Tour Provider||Bunnik Tours|
|Number of Days||
4 to 12
|01 Aug 2019||24 Aug 2019||Fully Booked||AUD $15,375|
|15 Aug 2019||07 Sep 2019||Fully Booked||AUD $15,375|
|26 Sep 2019||19 Oct 2019||Available||AUD $15,375|
|10 Oct 2019||02 Nov 2019||Available||AUD $15,375|
|24 Oct 2019||16 Nov 2019||Available||AUD $15,375|
|07 Nov 2019||30 Nov 2019||Available||AUD $14,875|
|21 Nov 2019||14 Dec 2019||Available||AUD $14,875|
|27 Feb 2020||21 Mar 2020||Available||AUD $14,875|
|12 Mar 2020||04 Apr 2020||Available||AUD $14,875|
|26 Mar 2020||18 Apr 2020||Guaranteed Departure||AUD $14,875|
Abbreviation: [B,L,D] Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Welcome to diverse Namibia! Enjoy a group welcome dinner this evening. [D]
Today we’ll take a city tour of the capital, including a visit to the Old Brewery Craft Centre - a great place for souvenirs! [B]
Special Experience: This afternoon we’ll visit Na’ankuse Lodge for a carnivore feeding tour.
We travel west through the vast Namib Desert to Sossusvlei. [B,D]
An incredible day! As the sun rises we’ll travel to the highest dunes on earth at Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei, and visit Sesriem Canyon.
Enjoy a walk through the dunes, past white claypan trees estimated to be around 900 years old.
We’ll then take an evening sundowner drive to view the local flora and fauna and enjoy a spectacular sunset. [B,D]
This morning we make our way to Swakopmund, a German colonial town on the west African coast. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure or take an optional scenic flight over the Swakopmund coastline. [B]
Special Experience: Indulge in fresh local oysters and snacks on a scenic cruise of Walvis Bay, searching for dolphins, seals and pelicans. [B,L]
We head north to Damaraland via Brandberg, Namibia’s highest mountain. Later this afternoon we’ll head out in search of the area’s famous desert-adapted elephants. [B,D]
This morning we visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Twyfelfontein, where we see the rock art on a Zieben Plate walk.
Next we'll visit the Petrified Forest and a typical Himba village on our way to Etosha National Park, one of Africa’s most diverse wildlife reserves. [B,D]
We continue our journey to the other side of Etosha National Park by 4WD safari vehicle, heading eastward towards Botswana’s Okavango Delta. The fascinating landscapes and wide variety of wildlife will offer a great day of game and scenery viewing. [B,D]
Our day is devoted to viewing the abundant array of wildlife found in the park on morning and late-afternoon game drives. [B,D]
We travel north to the Kavango region.
Special Experience: Visit a San village run by the Ombili Foundation. Here 350 San people live on a farm where market crafts are made by the community.
As the sun begins to set, we’ll cruise the Kavango River, observing daily life over sundowners. [B,D]
We venture deep into the Divindu region. Its three distinct habitats make it a haven for wildlife. This afternoon we’ll enjoy a cruise and sundowner on the Kavango River. [B,D]
An early start for wildlife spotting on a morning game drive. We’ll then return to the lodge for lunch and time to relax. [B,D]
We cross the border and travel to the southern edge of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Okavango Delta, the largest inland delta on earth. [B,D]
We venture into the heart of the delta to Moremi Game Reserve. For the next two nights, we’ll camp out in the reserve and experience the real Africa. [B,L,D]
Moremi is one of Africa’s most beautiful reserves and boasts one of the world’s most rich and diverse ecosystems. Today we’ll spot the plentiful fauna on morning and afternoon game drives and a motorboat cruise through the lagoons of the delta. [B,L,D]
Special Experience: Take a scenic flight over the incredible Okavango Delta. During the short flight to Maun, enjoy breathtaking views of the delta's expanded waterways, white claypans and palm-lined lagoons.
Our afternoon is at leisure. [B,D]
This morning we explore the fascinating Makgadikgadi Pans before travelling to Chobe, one of the largest parks in Botswana and home to the greatest concentration of elephants on earth! [B,D]
We explore Chobe National Park on a morning game drive and an afternoon river safari along the Chobe River, with time to relax in between. [B,D]
We cross the border and travel to Victoria Falls, the world’s largest waterfall. Tonight we’ll relax on a sunset cruise of the Zambezi River. [B]
A morning guided walk takes us through lush rainforest to the spectacular thundering falls. Explore the trails and take in the amazing view from the 16 viewing points! [B,D]
Special Experience: Enjoy a boma dinner, with traditional dancing and drumming, our farewell to Africa.
Today we begin our journey home. [B]