Namibia 4 Wd Desert Safari

    Namibia

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    True wilderness safari in Namibia's remote northwest where animals outnumber people.

    Itinerary

    Start Windhoek.

    Drive to Spitzkoppe.

    Visit Twyfelfontein San Bushman Engravings.

    Visit the Palmwag Concession to search for Desert elephants and Black rhinos.

    Transfer to Hoanib River; game drives

    Drive towards the narrow Khowarib Gorge.

    Etosha National Park

    Etosha National Park and Onguma Game Reserve

    Explore Etosha N.P., famous for its watering holes and wildlife.

    Visit Waterberg Plateau, renowned for its birdlife.

    To Windhoek; end.

    Additional Information

    Namibia’s northwest corner is one of the least populated areas on Earth and one of Southern Africa’s last true wildernesses. Here wildlife outnumbers people and we have the opportunity to look for a large variety of animals including Desert elephants, lions and the world’s largest population of free-ranging Black rhino. This is a trip that rewards a spirit of adventure and the willingness to explore the path less travelled, but the journey is made easier by the use of specially designed 4WD safari vehicles and the relative luxury of full service camping.

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    Details

    Duration: 13 Days
    Starts in: Namibia
    Group Size: 4-9

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