Namibia Wildlife & Dunes Safari
Windhoek, Namibia to Windhoek, Namibia
Journey through a timeless land of arid deserts, majestic sand dunes, Stone Age rock art, and petrified forests. Follow experienced trackers through the last-remaining haven of desert-adapted black rhinos, and see cheetahs and leopards on exhilarating safaris. Explore Damaraland and search for desert-dwelling elephants which survive on the region's ephemeral river systems. Visit the highest free-standing dunes in the world at Namib Naukluft National Park and find the San Bushman rock engravings at famed Twyfelfontein. After taking in game-rich waterholes and pristine wilderness of Etosha National Park and the coastal wonders of Walvis Bay, unwind at deluxe camps with panoramic views.
- Witness Namib Desert's wind-sculpted landscapes and 1,000-ft-tall sand dunes at Sossusvlei
- Head into the ancient Namib Desert to track the last free-roaming black rhinos
- Be wowed by exciting game drives in Etosha National Park and the private Onguma Game Reserve
Minimum Age: 12
- Adventure and Active
- Educational and Learning
- Safari, Animals, and Wildlife
August 28, 2022 7:00 PM
September 01, 2022
to September 14, 2022
October 07, 2022 7:00 PM
October 11, 2022
to October 24, 2022
July 11, 2023 7:00 PM
July 15, 2023
to July 28, 2023
August 08, 2023 7:00 PM
August 12, 2023
to August 25, 2023
September 22, 2023 7:00 PM
September 26, 2023
to October 09, 2023
October 17, 2023 7:00 PM
October 21, 2023
to November 03, 2023
Day: 1, duration: 1
Am Weinberg Boutique Hotel
The elegant 41-room Am Weinberg Estate's Boutique Hotel is the perfect retreat, seamlessly blending old-world splendor with modern styling. Its comfortable rooms are equipped with the latest amenities from HDTV, Wi-Fi and air-conditioning to en-suite bathrooms with rainfall showers. The hotel also has two restaurants and 5-star spa.Day: 2, duration: 1
Cheetah View Eco Lodge
With uninterrupted views of the Waterberg Plateau, the Cheetah View Lodge is the ideal setting for travelers who want to witness a world-class conservation facility at work. All proceeds from the lodge support the CCF's continuing efforts to save the cheetah, promote ethical farming and teach coexistence in Namibia. The "Meal House" offers a full service restaurant with an open-air veranda for lounging and wildlife viewing at the purpose-built waterhole. Relax in the comfort of your well-appointed guestroom at night.Day: 3, duration: 3
Onguma Tree Top Camp
Located within the Etosha National Park, Onguma Tree Top Camp is small and intimate, composed of four thatched rooms with canvas walls, outside showers, a dining room, and main complex. Built on wooden stilts amongst tree tops, the camp showcases panoramas over a beautiful watering hole frequented by wildlife such as giraffe, zebra, and lion.Day: 6, duration: 3
MT Sobek Damaraland Explorations Camp
Located in heart of rhino country in Damaraland's Huab Conservancy, Huab Under Canvas Camp offers rustic Meru-style tents with built-in groundsheets and mosquito screens. Each tent has solar lighting and private bathrooms appointed with towels, toiletries, bucket showers, and washbasins. For chilly nights, find hot water bottles and extra blankets. The patios with chairs offer spectacular views.Day: 9, duration: 1
The Strand Hotel - Swakopmund
With a prime beachfront location, the classy Strand Hotel is the perfect base for town exploration. Each of its 125 spacious rooms are elegantly furnished and feature an en-suite bathroom and all the modern amenities you would expect, from complimentary Wi-Fi and air-con to LCD TV and tea/coffee stations. You can also check out the hotel's entertaining restaurants and bars, lobby-lounge, and sea facing terraces. It's a destination in itself!
MT Sobek Sossusvlei Explorations Camp
Built in a naturally formed amphitheater of a south-facing granite outcrop, this semi-permanent camp has eight comfortable tents, including two family units - all protected from the desert climate by natural stone walls and roofs built from recycled oil drums. Furniture is also partly built from recycled metals and wooden pallets, adding to the camp's low environmental footprint.Day: 13, duration: 1
Am Weinberg Boutique Hotel
The elegant 41-room Am Weinberg Estate's Boutique Hotel is the perfect retreat, seamlessly blending old-world splendor with modern styling. Its comfortable rooms are equipped with the latest amenities from HDTV, Wi-Fi and air-conditioning to en-suite bathrooms with rainfall showers. The hotel also has two restaurants and 5-star spa.
Expertise and services of our experienced adventure guides
All accommodations as noted in the itinerary
All breakfasts, almost all lunches and dinners as noted in the itinerary
Snacks and water between meals
Additional regional guides and experts on many trips
Comprehensive Trip Planner with detailed pre-trip information
Private guided tours at historic sites, museums, wineries and other select attractions as noted in the itinerary
Special events and other select attractions as mentioned in the itinerary
All gratuities at hotels and restaurants
Equipment and experienced guides for activities as described in the itinerary
Park and other entry fees (unless otherwise noted)
Fares for trains, ferries and other modes of travel as listed in the itinerary
Select transfers as mentioned in the itinerary
Baggage transfers and porterage
International airfare, airport taxes, and excess baggage fees
Alcoholic beverages (MT Sobek provides wine at select events)
Gratuities for MT Sobek guides and guide-drivers
Travel Protection Program
Join our phenomenal local guides on this unique safari experience, tracking wildlife such as desert-adapted rhinos, elephants, and giraffe.Reason #02
Traditional scenery-adapted lodgings throughout the trip offer dramatic wildlife panoramas and contemporary upscale amenities.Reason #03
Conservancy is core to our Namibia program and we work closelywith Save the Rhino Trust and the private Namib Tsaris Conservancy at our exclusive camps.Activities
Thrilling game-watching drives, easy wilderness hikes through spellbinding landscapes, climbing sand dunes and witnessing prehistoric art.Lodging
A mix of modern accommodations and rustic tents, landscape-inspired bungalows and traditional-style huts, all providing standard to deluxe amenities.Climate
Namibia's humid and wet summer season occurs from December to February with daily temperatures around 86ºF. The dry season is from June to October.Do I need a visa to enter Namibia?
Yes, however, citizens of the USA do not need to obtain a Namibian visa in advance and may obtain one on arrival.Is this trip a good choice for solo travelers?
Yes. We have chosen these particular camps for solo travelers, as they have relatively low single supplements and they encourage communal dining. Joining a small group trip is an excellent way to explore the country by road as a solo traveler.Do I need vaccinations or malaria tablets?
We always recommend you speak to your doctor or a health professional about vaccinations and malaria tablets well in advance of your safari. Currently, certain areas of Namibia are affected by malaria.Can I book pre and/or post safari accommodation?
Yes, please contact your Adventure Coordinator who will be able to book those for you.When is the best time to visit Namibia?
Namibia receives a fraction of the rain experienced by countries further east. Between December and March, days can be humid and rain may follow often in localized, afternoon thunderstorms. Wildlife viewing is best in the Dry season from June to October.Are tour dates flexible?
Yes, please contact us if you are not able to travel on the dates listed. Most safaris can be arranged on alternative dates for a minimum of one traveler as long as camps/lodges are available.Does this trip contribute to any local conservation efforts?
Yes! Each group visits the Cheetah Conservation Fund to learn about projects developed to support cheetah populations and ecosystem.
About MT Sobek
To feed your spirit of adventure, Mountain Travel Sobek offers a wide range of unique and perfectly paced itineraries led by incredible local guides. We keep groups small, usually fewer than 10 people, and seek out great food and characterful accommodations everywhere we go.
Beyond the seamless logistics and careful attention to detail, our aim is to create a space for truly special moments in unforgettable places.
We are the Adventure Company—come explore with us.