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Day 1 & 2: From Windhoek, fly to
Kulala Desert Lodge for 2 nights in the Kulala Wilderness
Days 3 & 4: Fly to Doro Nawas Camp
for 2 nights in the Doro !Nawas Conservancy, Damaraland
Days 5 & 6: Fly to Andersson’s Camp for 2 nights in the
Ongava Game Reserve, Etosha
Day 7: Air transfer back to
EXCITING ADD -ONS
We highly recommend adding a visit
to the culturally interesting Swakopmund with its fusion of
German and Herero influences to your journey.
this itinerary with a trip to the Kalahari and the Okavango
for an all-round southern African experience.
DAYS 1 & 2: KULALA DESERT LODGE - KULALA WILDERNESS
Depart Windhoek and travel by light aircraft to
Sossusvlei for two nights at Kulala Desert Lodge. Located on
the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve, Kulala Desert
Lodge provides convenient private access to the iconic dunes
of Sossusvlei and consists of 23 thatched and canvas
“kulalas” with en-suite bathrooms and
verandas, and a
rooftop deck for those who want to sleep under the stars.
The main area has a lounge, dining area, plunge pool, and
deck overlooking the ephemeral Tsauchab River.
Desert-adapted wildlife is sparsely distributed, such as
ostrich, springbok, gemsbok, and predators such as spotted
hyaena and the occasional brown hyaena as well as bat-eared
fox, black-backed jackal, porcupine, Cape fox and aardwolf.
Activities include early morning guided nature drives to the
world-famous dunes of Sossusvlei, nature drives and walks on
the private reserve, or an excursion to Sesriem Canyon.
Other options, at extra cost, are quad biking and an early
morning hot air ballooning trip.
3 & 4: DORO NAWAS CAMP – DORO NAWAS CONSERVANCY, DAMARALAND
Enjoy a scenic three-hour flight over the Namib Desert
for a different view of the desert and the Skeleton Coast’s
spectacular topography, before deviating inland to for two
nights at Doro Nawas. We leave the sandy dunes and make our
way to an ancient rock-strewn landscape, of a previous
glacial era.Doro Nawas Camp rests on a sparse, rocky knoll
in the breathtaking Aba-Huab River Valley within the 407
300-hectare (1 million acre) Doro !Nawas Conservancy.16
natural walled units combine a clever mix of local stone and
canvas walls with wood and glass, shaded by a thatch roof.
Each unit has a bedroom, en-suite bathroom with outdoor
shower and a spacious veranda for stargazing or sleep-outs.
The main building, with indoor and outdoor dining areas
and pool, is perched on a small hill providing panoramic
views of the rugged Damaraland landscape. Desert-adapted
species such as the unique desert-adapted elephant, gemsbok,
kudu, springbok, steenbok and occasionally the rare
desert-adapted black rhino can be seen as well as excellent
birding. Carnivores include brown hyaena, bat eared fox and
black-backed jackal. Guided game, nature drives and walks
enable one to explore the Huab and Aba Huab river systems,
or view Africa’s largest collection of petroglyphs –
prehistoric rock engravings and Bushman rock art – at
Twyfelfontein, Namibia’s first World Heritage Site. Other
geological wonders to be seen are the Petrified Forest,
Burnt Mountain and Organ Pipes.
DAYS 5 & 6: ANDERSSON’S CAMP
- ONGAVA GAME RESERVE, ETOSHA
One hour flight by light aircraft to Ongava Game Reserve
for a two-night stay at Ongava Lodge. This intimate camp is
scenically nestled around a rocky outcrop and overlooks
the vast plains beyond and a productive waterhole that is
floodlit at night. Ongava is a prolific 30 000-hectare
(74 132-acre) private reserve bordering the acclaimed Etosha
National Park. This reserve is a conservation success story
and a haven for large concentrations of wildlife: notably
lion, springbok, gemsbok, wildebeest, Burchell’s and
Hartmann’s zebra, waterbuck, red hartebeest, eland and
the largest population of the endemic black-faced impala
It is also known for the successful
reintroduction of white and black rhino. Here one can
also enjoy fantastic arid-area birding, with over 300
species recorded including 10 of Namibia’s 14 endemic
species. Staying at Ongava further provides easy access
to the prime game viewing areas of western Etosha and its
complimentary scenery, iconic saltpans and game-filled
Etosha’s dry-season game viewing rates as one of the
top wildlife encounters on the planet, while in the wetter
months, various game species all have their young.
Departures on request. $6,497 per