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Namibia in Luxury & Style (12 days)

from $3,870 ex. Windhoek

Journey to a place like none other, the remotely beautiful landscape of Namibia. Travel in both style and luxury, overnighting in large walk in tents at exclusive campsites with all the conveniences of home. See the wilds of Africa without sacrificing comfort on this exclusive adventure.

Our Luxury Mobile Safari tour includes the most sought-after attractions in Namibia, including the watering holes of Etosha Park, the world’s oldest and tallest sand dunes at Sossusvlei, the semi-nomadic Himba tribes, and the Skeleton Coast. This tour is fully serviced and the safari crew sets up camp daily and a professional safari guide travels with the group, which is limited to 8 participants. An experienced chef prepares all meals, making this truly an adventure ‘in luxury and style’.


Windhoek • Okonjima • Etosha National Park • Damaraland • Swakopmund • Namib Desert • Sossusvlei

Tours depart fortnightly from May to October and monthly the rest of the year. Ask us for the dates and we can combine it with your airfares and other touring options.

Cost per personTwin ShareSingle Room
1 Jan - 30 Jun from $3,870from $4,430
1 Jul - 31 Oct from $4,045from $4,600
1 Nov - 31 Decfrom $3,870from $4,430
  • 6 nights luxury mobile safari in spacious tents with comfy bedding
  • Private en-suite facilities
  • All meals while camping
  • South African wines with dinner while camping
  • Bottled water
  • 5 Nights hotel/lodge accommodation
  • Excursions and entrances to Okonjima,  Etosha National Park, Himba Village, Twyfelfontein, Dolphin Cruise and Sossusvlei


Day 1: Windhoek

Our tour begins in the country’s capital of Windhoek, which enjoys a German heritage, and offers a lively atmosphere with many attractions and activities in easy reach. Your day is at leisure to enjoy some time in town before meeting your tour guide in the hotel reception area at 6pm for an introductory tour briefing.

Accommodation: Kalahari Sands Hotel

Day 2: Okonjima

After breakfast today, we begin our safari adventure heading north to the Etosha Pan. We will come to Okonjima and the Africa foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to long-term conservation efforts and preservation of the large carnivores that are found in Namibia, namely cheetahs and leopards. An afternoon activity at Okonjima is included and we camp here overnight. [B, L, D]

Accommodation: Okonjima, Main Camp

Day 3: Okonjima – Etosha

As we head north again, we enter Etosha Park at the Namutoni game and in time proceed to our private camp area inside the park. We will set up a base camp here and head out on guided game drives in search of the watering holes within this park that attract all manner of animals. [B, L, D]

Accommodation: Luxury mobile camp

Day 4: Etosha National Park

Today we enjoy early morning and late afternoon game drives, as to search for animals when they are the most active. You can expect to find many zebra and wildebeest, as well as elephant, giraffe, oryx, and many others. [B, L, D]

Accommodation: Luxury mobile camp

Day 5: Etosha National Park

Today we journey to a rest camp where our night’s accommodation will be in a bungalow with en-suite facilities. There is a nearby floodlit waterhole offering a rare chance to view wildlife activity of the nighttime. Bring your binoculars and perhaps a bottle of wine to watch nature’s show, only 50 metres away. Elephants, rhinos, and lions are all often sighted in the evening hours. [B, L, D]

Accommodation: En-suite Bungalows, Etosha

Day 6: Etosha National Park/Damaraland – Himba Village

After breakfast today, we travel to the wilderness of Damaraland where we will enjoy an exclusive camp. En route, we visit a traditional village of the semi-nomadic Himba tribe, where we will meet the people and hear their history. Then, we take a sunset walk with our guide, taking a moment to marvel at the landscape and learn about the flora and geology of Namibia. [B, L, D]

Accommodation: Luxury mobile camp

Day 7: Damaraland – Twyfelfontein

We are off to Twyfelfontein today, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, featuring over 2,000 rock engravings. Twyfelfontein is also home to the Organ Pipes- dolomite columns- and the volcanic Burnt Mountain. In the afternoon, we will drive by the river where elephants may be spotted, and stop for a sundowner at Welwitschia Hill, en route to our camp for the night. [B, L, D]

Accommodation: Luxury mobile camp

Day 8: Damaraland – Swakopmund

Today we switch from desert to coast, as we leave Damaraland for the Bavarian-style resort town of Swakopmund where you will have the day at leisure. Here, you may wish to purchase additional activities such as scenic flights, hot air ballooning, or quad biking (own expense). [B]

Accommodation: Eberwein Hotel or similar

Day 9: Swakopmund

This morning, we take a boat cruise with chances to see dolphins, leatherback turtles, and a variety of birds. In the afternoon, we will take a trip out into the ‘Lunar landscape’ of the nearby desert, and make a stop at the ancient two-leafed Welwitchia plant that grows in this inhospitable environment yet lives for thousands of years. [B]

Accommodation: Eberwein Hotel or similar

Day 10: Swakopmund – Namib Desert, Sossusvlei

Tonight we will camp on the edge of the Namib Desert. We begin by following the Kuiseb River and you will quickly notice that this is one of the quietest places in Namibia; you can almost hear the silence at night! You may want to engage in some stargazing here, where the air is clean and there is no light pollution. [B, L, D]

Accommodation: Luxury mobile camp

Day 11: Namib Desert, Soussusvlei

We head out early today journeying to Sossesvlei, the world’s oldest and highest sand dunes. On our return to camp, we will take a short hike in the Sesriem Canyon. [B, L, D]

Accommodation: Luxury mobile camp

Day 12: Namib Desert/Windhoek

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast today, then return to Windhoek where our tour ends.  [B]