A fly-in safari with stays in Wilderness Safaris’ lodges is the most fascinating and time-efficient way to experience the countless wonders of Namibia.
About this independent tour
10 nights Windhoek round-trip
• Windhoek 1 night
• Sossusvlei: 2 nights
• Swakopmund: 1 night
• Damaraland: 1 night
• Skeleton Coast: 2 nights
• Ongava Private Game Reserve: 2 nights
• Windhoek: 1 night
An air safari is one of the most comprehensive and luxurious ways to travel. From above, you’ll experience views of the iconic red dunes that seem to drift across the landscape in waves. Flying in to your camps, you can make the most of your time in Namibia. Desert elephant, mountain zebra and oryx have all remarkably learnt to survive in this harsh desert environment and spotting them from above is a rare treat.
Forming part of the Kalahari Basin to the north of the country, this cracked landscape is, for brief moments in the year, filled with a thin layer of water that transforms this heavily salted, mud-coated place into the perfect flamingo breeding grounds.
The range of camps you’ll experience here are intimate and small yet undeniably opulent, with the thatched kulalas of Sossusvlei blending seamlessly into the environment and the Damaraland and Hoanib Skeleton Coast camps situated in some of the best wilderness areas of Namibia. Contrastingly, the hotels of Swakopmund and Windhoek offer a different kind of grandeur.
A place where the thundering waves of the sea meet the rippling dunes of the desert, this is a truly unique landscape. Throughout millennia, brown fur seals have attracted lions to the shores, making this a great place to spot Africa’s most iconic cat in a coastal setting.
Tailor your tour
This itinerary is partly flexible, so you can choose your own number of nights, add excursions and extend your holiday as you please. Just ask one of our Personal Travel Experts to help.
Good to know
• Luggage must be in soft bags and maximum weights often apply.