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Hosted by Ralph Kirsten

14 Days Arrive & Depart from Windhoek

Day 1: Windhoek

Day 2 & 3: Sossusvlei

Day 3 & 4: Swakopmund

Day 5 to 7: Damaraland

Day 8 & 9: Hobatere Lodge

Day 10: Etosha - Okaukeujo Camp

Day 11: Etosha - Halali Camp

Day 12: Etosha - Namutoni Camp

Day 13: Africat - Okonjima

Full Itinerary


R105 000-00 Per Person sharing

R120 000-00 single supplement

Hosted & guided by specialist nature guide – Ralph Kirsten. This Ultimate Safari takes in all the best wildlife destinations that Namibia has to offer and have been hand-picked by Ralph from his 10 years guiding experience of exclusive safaris in the wildest & remotest parts of Namibia!

  • Sossusvlei with the largest dunes in the world
  • Swakopmund and the coastal oasis in the desert and Walvis Bay world heritage site for birding
  • Damaraland with Twyfelfontein and the Unesco world heritage site at the Twyfelfontein bushmen engravings
  • Palmwag and the desert adapted fauna & flora
  • Hobatere lodge is an exclusive wildlife experience
  • Etosha National Park and the famous wildlife
  • Okonjima & the Africat Foundation
coffee bay wild coast walking

Day 1: Arrival Windhoek airport

Travel: 40km +-30min

Arrive at Windhoek airport where you will be welcomed by Ralph Kirsten and transferred to your lodge – River Crossing – on the outskirts of Windhoek with an amazing view of the city from the natural surrounds. Your evening meal will be served and you will have some time to rest and recuperate before your adventure begins….

Day 2 & 3: Sossusvlei

Travel: 350km +-4h30

Early morning breakfast before departing in the direction of Sossusvlei to the South. Stop en route for lunch in a remote guestfarm before continuing towards the dune sea and Sossusvlei. Arrival at Sossus Dune Lodge in the Namib Naukluft Park. 

Awake before sunrise and head into the park for sunrise in the dunes…Light breakfast and walk to the famous ‘hidden vlei’ where the magic of the dunes becomes apparent with the rising sun and the contrasts that accompany it! Oryx, springbok and ostriches are the usual suspects in photo bombing many unsuspecting travellers… Return to the lodge for lunch with an afternoon visit to the Sesriem canyon and Dune Elim for Sunset and the afternoon contrasts in the dunes. 

bulungula wild coast walking

Day 4 & 5: Swakopmund

Travel: 360km +- 4h45

After Breakfast we head North towards Swakopmund, stopping for Apple crumble at the Oasis village of Solitaire which featured in the classic movie – Baghdad Café! Then we cross the Kuiseb River and enter the rocky desert before arriving in Swakopmund and our lodge – the stunning Desert Breeze Lodge overlooking the ephemeral Swakop River…A range of activities are on offer in this beautiful coastal town, which will be presented and booked by your guide – Ralph Kirsten before arrival in Swakopmund. Choose from a Living desert tour, Dolphin Cruize, Sandboarding, Quadbiking, sky-diving or a more relaxed scenic flight over the dunes to see the sheer enormity of the desert from the sky! 

dwesa wild coast walking

Day 6 & 7: Damaraland

Travel: 330km +-4h30

Driving on salt roads while we head North, we notice the Fog belt and the imminent desert conditions to the East. Cape Cross Seal colony is a scene of natural chaos at the largest mainland seal colony in Africa. With the call of the seals on our minds, we drive inland and into Damaraland…Namibia’s remote North West awaits! Granite insel-bergs dotted with Euphorbia and kannie-doods…the desert adapted fauna & flora is fascinating. We check for signs of passing elephant herds & with some luck catch up with Mama Africa’s herd with Ralph Kirsten’s in depth knowledge of the area and locals with their noses on the ground…Overnight at Twyfelfontein Country Lodge & Palmwag Lodge. 


nqabara wild coast walking

Day 8 & 9: Hobatere Lodge

Travel: 200km +-3h30

Leaving this desert oasis behind our route takes us further North to Hobatere Lodge in Kaokoland on the Western border of Etosha National Park. This lodge is an absolute nature lovers delight! Exclusive game drives and walks in big game country with all the animals present in the park but without the traffic of humans! Here we spend 2 nights to take in the beauty of this area and go in search of the resident leopard and lion prides.

cebe wild coast walking

Day 10: Etosha – Okaukeujo Camp

Travel: 200km +-3h30

Here we enter the Western Gate of Etosha National Park which is reserved only for local tour operators! Game drive all the way in the Western side of the park – reserved for reserve and not open to the general public, until we reach Okaukeujo camp and settle into their Rondavels near the famous camp side waterhole with its abundant elephant herds, Black rhino, lion prides and all sorts of antelope. This is a wildlife and photographers dream as many fascinating sightings occur here and the waterhole is floodlit so the viewing goes on through the night…

kobonqaba wild coast walking

Day 11: Etosha – Halali Camp

 Travel: 60km +- 3h30

Game drive after breakfast in the direction of the 2nd camp – Halali. This camp is famous for its night time sightings of leopard at the adjacent floodlit waterhole as well as the lunchtime arrival of scores of elephants to quench their thirsts in the scorching midday sun…honey badgers frequent the camp at night and your guide – Ralph Kirsten will take you on a night time discovery of these amazing creatures.

kei mouth wild coast walking

Day 12: Etosha – Namutoni Camp

Travel: 60km +- 3h30

Remaining in the park for a third night, now we head to the Eastern camp – Namutoni with its ubandant waterholes in the area and a great chance of viewing spotted hyena at a resident den site, Damara Dik diks apart from the usual suspects – Leopard, Lion, Elephant, Giraffe, Springbok, Zebra and Oryx…

last day wild coast walking

Day 13: Africat – Okonjima Reserve

Travel: 360km +-4h00

At this point we start to make our way South after exiting the park, and head towards the central part of Namibia with a true Savannah setting. Okonjima is where we overnight which is an organisation that looks to protect and rehabilitate for release – Lions, leopard and cheetah. We have an afternoon game drive in search of the resident big cats before returning to the lodge for our farewell dinner and to reminisce our Namibian wildlife adventure that was!

DAY 14: Day of departure – transfer after breakfast to airport for onward flight

Rates: 2019


R105 000-00 Per Person sharing

R120 000-00 single supplement


Transfers return to Windhoek airport

All Meals except when in Swakopmund

Lodge accommodation

Safari Vehicle & fuel

Local expert and Qualified guide – Ralph Kirsten

All Park Entrance Fees



Travel Insurance

Meals when Swakopmund

Personal Drinks

Personal shopping

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