USD $ 7,685 / pps*

*pps=per person sharing

Min  2 pax

7 days


Experience a spectacular luxury safari across a diverse range of breath-taking and unique landscapes! An unforgettable, custom African safari adventure where you will enjoy magnificent wildlife, luxury accommodation and extraordinary experiences.

Highlights include:


Itinerary at a glance

◽️ DAY 1    | Namibia

     Sosusvlei & Deadvlei


◽️ DAY 2-4     | Namibia


◽️ DAY 5-7 | Namibia

      Etosha NP


◽️ DAY 8 | Return

      End of safari




Visualize your journey!

DAY 0  |  Date to be updated


📍 Depart home


Your adventure starts now!

Embark on an African safari and anticipate witnessing breathtaking landscapes, encountering diverse and majestic wildlife in their natural habitats, and immersing yourself in the rich cultural experiences of the continent.

* See your safari itinerary for transfer logistics

DAY 1 | Date to be updated



📍 Droombos



Droombos offers a refined alternative to stay in Windhoek. A superb destination to start your Namibia safari.

Enjoy its wonderful and many amenities, or step outside and be greeted by the big old trees in shades of green in summer, flowers in spring and golden hues in fall. Droombos has magnificent gardens, one of a kind in Namibia. Droombos is home to two massive Camelthorn Trees, both more than 500 years old. These two old friends are wrapped in a blanket of green laws and accompanied by flowers, herbs, vegetables, 140 apple trees and many more.




DAY 2-4 | Date to be updated


Fly-in experience!

📍 Mushara Bush Camp


Etosha  Overview

Etosha National Park is home to four of the Big 5. Elephants and lions are common in the park, while the elusive leopard hides in the densely vegetated areas. However, one of the best reasons to visit Etosha is its healthy population of black rhinoceros. This archaic beast is endangered and the waterholes are probably among the best places in the world to see this precious animal.

Believed to have originated over 12 million years ago as a shallow lake, Etosha National Park is said to have the tallest Elephants in Africa, (up to 12 feet the shoulder), Etosha is recognized as being one of the last wild sanctuaries of the endangered Black Rhino.

Home to 114 mammal species, 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species and, surprisingly, one species of fish. Largely flat with vast grasslands surrounding its famous Etosha Pan. The bush is scanty and the animals that call this area home have adapted to these arid conditions. Most of the year, they have to rely on the numerous waterholes (some natural, some man-made) that are dotted throughout this vast reserve.

Twice daily game drives!

The park is home to 114 species of mammals! The large mammals  include elephant, giraffe, lion, leopard, rhino, wildebeest, hyena, springbok, cheetah, mountain and plains zebra, kudu, gemsbok and eland. Among the smaller species you will find warthog, jackal, bat-eared fox, honey badger and ground squirrels.


Lodge Overview

The Camp is situated a mere 10 kilometres from the Von Lindquist gate of the world famous Etosha National Park. Offering a down-to-earth tented bush camp experience which is well suited as an exceptional affordable base for independent travellers and families exploring the magical Etosha National Park. .

The main House is thatched and has a true bush camp feel to it. The early evenings see a camp fire lit where guest can exchange stories of the day’s wildlife sightings. Dinner, lunch and breakfast are served on the thatched verandah with the bush being a mere step away.

The early evenings are spent around a campfire for guests to exchange stories of the day’s wildlife sightings. Mushara Bush Camp is your optimal family destination on the doorstep of one of the world’s top wildlife havens.




DAY 5-7 | Date to be updated



📍 Villa Margherita




Fly north west towards the coast line and some shipwrecks to the coastal town of Swakopmund. Swakopmund is a quaint little town sandwiched between the Atlantic Ocean and the Namib Desert and has its own authentic colonial charm. From the rugged, desolate beauty of the desert, to the historical grace of its buildings, a visit to the Skeleton Coast is a unique experience.

Travelers have long mystified the Skeleton Coast with its intriguing stories of shipwrecks, desolate dunes and beach roaming carnivores. But due to its harsh environment and long history under varying control and protection, few people have had the opportunity to experience this fascinating corner of the world. With a new eco-tourism venture, the northern sector of the Skeleton Coast is becoming more accessible to the high scale adventure.


Hotel Overview

Ideally located in the heart of  Swakopmund! Based on the original building, this colonial house was constructed between 1908 and 1913, the elegant Villa was completely refurbished for opening in 2008.

Swakopmund activities 〉

Accommodation comprises of 8 suites and bedrooms, all with en-suite bathroom facilities. Some of these have a private lounge area, but all offer guests that intimacy and privacy they are seeking on a getaway trip! In each room you will find a safe, a hairdryer, plus everything you need to make a strong coffee first thing or a cup of tea to soothe the soul when you return at night.

In the communal living room there is a small library and fireplace, lovely for resting up with a book and keeping warm during the cooler days and as night draws in after a day out and about. A restaurant, which must be pre-booked, serves evening meals, and there is also a quaint garden with decking, beautiful flowers adorning the scene. In summer it is here where breakfast is served and it makes for a wonderful and peaceful start to the day!
As a guest you are entitled to use the efficient laundry service for fresh clothes during your stay – and if you fancy a bit of pampering, why not take advantage of the professional massage?

See activities listed on your safari itinerary*See your safari itinerary tours included.




DAY 8 | Date to be updated


Fly-in experience!

📍 Desert Homestead Lodge


Sosusvlei Overview

Sossusvlei & Deadvlei visit!

No trip to Namibia is complete without setting foot in the Namib desert. This sea of sand stretches for more than 2000km along the Atlantic coast of Angola, Namibia and South Africa. Deadvlei in the Sossusvlei area is without a doubt the most iconic and accessible place to visit in this starkly beautiful region.

The name “Sossusvlei” roughly translates into “dead-end marsh". A vlei is a marsh in Afrikaans. This is the place where sand dunes come together and prevent the Tsauchab River to flow any further, in the dry Namib Desert the River however seldom flows this far resulting in a dry pan most years.

Sossusvlei is a huge area in the park that includes iconic locations such as Dune 45, Deadvlei, Big Daddy, and Sesriem Canyon; it is one of Namibia's most popular visitor attractions. Big Daddy is the park's tallest dune.

The park's vast red sand dunes have always been on my bucket list of places to see in the globe, and the spectacular scenery did not disappoint! Sossusvlei is a vast white salt and clay pan surrounded by massive red sand dunes that is found in Namibia.

An absolute dream to visit with a camera, the incredible scenery makes anyone look like a professional photographer!


Lodge Overview

Nestled against the west side of the Namib Mountains, guests can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view over the vast open plains. The lodge offers 11 individual thatch roofed comfortable and cozy chalets and an exclusive suite. The unique location in the vastness of the nature reserve offers complete peace and tranquillity.

On the edge of the Namib, the oldest desert in the world, wildlife around the camp is fascinating in its adaptation to the harsh conditions. Sparse, yet thrilling to see, are springbok, gemsbok, ostrich, bat-eared fox, the rarely seen aardwolf and many small faunas. Excursions to the incredible dunes of Sosusvlei are a must. Explore the wonders of Sosusvlei from the luxury of a safari vehicle!




DAY 9  |  Date to be updated



Morning transfer to Kihihi airstrip. Depart Kihihi to Entebbe. Fron Entebbe, depart on a commercial flight to Zanzibat, with layover in Nairobi.


  • Health & Vaccines, Visas & Passports, Connectivity, Power adaptors, Travel insurance, Credit Cards, Tipping guide,Packing list and more


  • Experience of a lifetime
  • Accommodation
  • Road transfers
  • Tours & Activities
  • Meals & Drinks
  • Tour Guide (where applicable)
  • Airport & airstrip transfers
  • Park fees, levies & taxes (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Inter-Africa commercial & light aircraft flights


* As indicated on your detailed safari itinerary


  • International airfare
  • Personal gifts & purchases
  • Incidental charges
  • Travel insurance
  • Conservation fees*
  • Visa fees
  • Balloon safari* (if applicable)
  • Laundry*
  • Tips


* Unless otherwise indicated on your itinerary



  • Email or Whatsapp a clear color copy of your passport
  • Expiration date valid at least 6 months past return dates
  • Please check the number of blank Visa pages required by each country


  • Download the Safari Contract
  • Take a picture with your phone of the first & last page and email back
  • Include APPENDIX C / Indemnity for each person going on the safari