Luxury Namibia Safari

Discover Namibia's unique landscapes from rolling dunes to the rugged Atlantic


Guide Price

From £10,490 per person (based on 2 adults)


10 nights

Best Months

July - October



At-a-Glance Trip Summary

Maximise your time in Namibia with a luxurious fly-in, fly-out experience, taking you from the dunes of Sossusvlei to the impressive game of Etosha.

Day Destination Accommodation Basis Nights
Day 1 Zannier Reserve Omaanda Lodge FI 1 Night
Day 2 - 4 Sossusvlei Namib Outpost FB+ 2 Nights
Day 5 - 7 Skeleton Coast Shipwreck Lodge FI 3 Nights
Day 8 - 9 Hoanib River Hoanib Valley Camp FI 2 Nights
Day 10 - 11 Ongava Private Reserve Anderssons Camp FI 2 Nights
  • Day 1
    Destination Zannier Reserve
    Accommodation Omaanda Lodge
    Basis FI
    Nights 1 Night
  • Day 2 - 4
    Destination Sossusvlei
    Accommodation Namib Outpost
    Basis FB+
    Nights 2 Night
  • Day 5 - 7
    Destination Skeleton Coast
    Accommodation Shipwreck Lodge
    Basis FI
    Nights 3 Night
  • Day 8 - 9
    Destination Hoanib River
    Accommodation Hoanib Valley Camp
    Basis FI
    Nights 2 Night
  • Day 10 - 11
    Destination Ongava Private Reserve
    Accommodation Anderssons Camp
    Basis FI
    Nights 2 Night


  • FI: Fully Inclusive – Bed, All Meals, Fees and Activities
  • FB+: Full Board Plus – Dinner, Bed, Breakfast, Lunch and Activities
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    Zannier Reserve

    You’ll arrive in Hosea Kutako International Airport and be welcomed by your driver who will take you to your hotel in a private vehicle.

    Surrounded by incredible landscapes, including the rolling hills of the Khomas Hochland on one side and the vast expanse of the Namib Desert on the other, Windhoek has a frontier town feel and is the perfect spot to pick up supplies before heading out on your adventure. 

    The rich colonial history of Windhoek can be seen in its historic Germanic influences. Dotted around the city are old German castles as well as a neo-baroque cathedral which is worth a visit.

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    One of Namibia’s most spectacular landmarks, the towering red dunes are some of the largest in the world. A photographer’s dream, at sunrise and sunset the dunes are ablaze with reds and oranges contrasted with the pitch blackness of their shaded sides. 

    A salt and clay plan, set within the vast expanse Namib Desert, Sossusvlei actually refers to the name of one pan but is often used to reference the wider area in which other pans such as Deadvlei, and the famous dunes of Dune 45 and Big Daddy are located. 

    The never-ending sea of dunes that surrounds the desolate pans is an awe-inspiring sight and you’ll soon see why Sossusvlei is the most visited place in the Namib Desert.

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    Skeleton Coast

    The Skeleton Coast, a remote and hauntingly beautiful stretch of Namibia’s coastline, holds a unique allure for adventurous travellers. 

    Its name derives from the many shipwrecks that litter its shores. The vessels were claimed by the treacherous currents, created by the icy waters of the Benguela ocean current combining with the intense heat of the African sun. 

    You will spend three days exploring its dramatic, windswept dunes and rugged, rocky terrain. Spot desert-adapted elephants on game drives, canoe with seals, and witness a profusion of birdlife. 


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    Hoanib River

    Uncover the culture rich home of Ancient San rock art

    The Damaraland is a remote and sparsely populated region, ideal for travellers who want to avoid the tourist trail. 

    Named for the Damara ethnic group which hail from this region, the Damaraland offers a unique mix of desert-adapted wildlife – sustained by ancient watercourses snaking through the landscape – and phenomenal rock art. 

    The renowned ancient San bushmen artworks are a sight to behold and can be witnessed at various sites such as the Brandberg Mountain, Twyfelfontein and Spitzkoppe. The rock art is believed to date back 6,000 years, and it provides valuable insights into many aspects of the lives of indigenous hunter-gatherers in this area.


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    Ongava Private Reserve

    Etosha National Park, a renowned park and one of Africa’s largest, spans over 22,000 square kilometres of semi-arid savannah, salt pans, and acacia woodlands. The unique ecosystem supports a remarkable array of flora and fauna.

    Etosha’s defining feature is the immense Etosha Pan, a vast salt flat visible from space, which serves as the park’s heart. Waterholes around the pan draw an astonishing diversity of wildlife, from large herds of  elephants wallowing in the water, to lions, leopards, rhinos, giraffes, and countless others all enjoying the natural environment. 

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    Omaanda Lodge

    Omaanda Lodge, a five-star lodge set within the private Zannier Reserve and only 30 minutes from Windhoek Airport, is the perfect beginning or end to your Namibian adventure. 

    The lodge is composed of ten individual, thatched-roof huts, or “kraals,” which are meticulously designed to reflect the rich local culture and natural surroundings.

    Each kraal features spacious and elegantly appointed interiors, with private verandas that offer breathtaking views of the savannah. Two of the huts have two bedrooms, ideal for families travelling together. 

    Guests can partake in guided safaris to witness the remarkable biodiversity of the region, including excursions to track rhinos, elephants and the big cats.

    After a day of adventure, guests can unwind at the heated infinity pool, indulge in spa treatments inspired by Namibian tradition, or simply soak in the serenity of the African bush.

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    Namib Outpost

    A stay at Namib Outpost Camp is an unforgettable adventure that immerses you in the breathtaking beauty of the Namib Desert. 

    Nestled on the outskirts of the infamous Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Outpost offers a restful base from which to explore the spectacular Namib-Naukluft National Park. 

    With 12 spacious chalets offering panoramic views of the surrounding grasslands and the distant mountains you can really get a sense of the park’s vast scale at Namib Outpost.

    Set at the base of a rocky mountain, the sympathetically-designed thatched main lodge offers a terrace for alfresco dining, a pool with stunning views and a new massage lounge perfect for unwinding after a day of exploring. 

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    Shipwreck Lodge

    Shipwreck Lodge offers one of the only chances to stay in your very own shipwreck for a night. 

    With each eco-friendly chalet offering panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, spacious en-suite rooms, cosy fireplaces, and private decks, Shipwreck Lodge sets the stage for an unforgettable stay on this rugged coast. 

    The main lodge holds a cosy lounge for toasty evenings by the fire as well as an outdoor deck from which you can watch the sun set over the harsh Atlantic. 

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    Hoanib Valley Camp

    Hoanib Valley Camp, nestled in the remote wilderness of Namibia’s North-Western Kaokoland, is a sanctuary of luxury and adventure that promises an authentic African safari experience.

    With only six spacious tents, the exclusive camp boasts sweeping views of the starkly beautiful Hoanib Valley, where the desert meets the mountains. Inside, you’ll find modern amenities seamlessly integrated with local materials, including furniture made by Rundu carpenters and Himba carvers and baskets weaved by the people of the Omba Project in Windhoek. 

    Whilst at camp, you can learn more about the ground-breaking giraffe research taking place in the local area, track rhino through the arid landscape, and spend time with the indigenous Himba tribe, one of the last truly nomadic tribes in Africa. 

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    Anderssons Camp

    The new Anderssons Camp on the Ongava Private Reserve seamlessly blends luxury with a safari adventure.

    The accommodation options are designed with families in mind, with a spacious family unit interlinked by a private walkway. The use of natural stone mirrors the surrounding landscape and all of the rooms boast a private viewing deck with 180-degree panorama.

    The camp is firmly committed to family-friendly activities. Tailored game drives allow families to explore the diverse wildlife of the Ongava Private Reserve, famed for its rhino and lion population. The camp also offers guided nature walks, the perfect chance for families to experience the true theatre of the bush. 

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    Big five safari

    Lion, leopard, African elephant, rhinoceros, Cape buffalo – otherwise known as the Big Five, and for many safari goers the ultimate species to see in the wild.

    Originally named by big game hunters as the most difficult and dangerous species to target, today the term Big Five safari is more commonly associated with showcasing these spectacular animals in their natural habitat.

    Zannier Reserve offers a great opportunity to check a few of these off your list almost immediately.

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    Walking safari

    With no vehicle for comfort and nothing between you and the great expanse of the desert, the thrill of a walking safari is utterly exhilarating.

    Explore the unique flora and fauna of Sossusvlei with an experienced guide. Whether you choose a day’s hike or a morning stroll, your walking safari guide will entertain, enthral and amaze you all, whilst bringing the landscape to life in ways that you will never forget.

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    Boat Trips

    A boat trip is the perfect way to experience what the Skeleton Coast is all about and to witness its natural wonders.

    The huge colonies of Cape fur seals in Walvis Bay are a must-see, with the most boisterous individuals leaping into passing boats! Depending on the time of year, boat trips can also take you to witness the majestic Humpback whale as it has recently returned to this coastline.

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    Visit the Himba People

    Namibia’s cultural heritage is dazzlingly rich and diverse. Engaging on an authentic level with people of myriad cultures can make for profoundly rewarding encounters.

    The picturesque Hoanib River Valley is home to one of Namibia’s last great nomadic tribes, the iconic Himba, as well as the Herero people.

    Learn about their unique culture and time-honoured traditions in a truly immersive cultural interaction.

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    Big five safari

    Witness the majesty of the Big Five in Namibia’s premier wildlife destination.

    The park’s well-maintained network of roads allow for intrepid travellers to self-drive through the park, discovering the Etosha’s famed watering holes. 

    The park’s many comfortable lodges and campsites, including Anderssons, also offer organised excursions with a guide, maximising your chances of spying the hard to spot leopard and rhino. 

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Luxury Namibia Safari

Activities included

On this incredible luxury safari holiday, you will jet between Namibia’s greatest wonders. Explore the wildlife haven of the Zannier Reserve, soar over the magnificent dunes of Sossusvlei in a hot-air balloon and learn about the ancient nomadic cultures of the Damaraland. During your time on the Skeleton Coast, you’ll be able to unwind or keep active with canoe trips on the Atlantic, before tracking the Big Five in Etosha National Park.

Pricing and considerations

This itinerary can be enjoyed all year round, but for those wanting optimal game, the best time is from July to October. 

Namibia has some of the most varied landscapes in Western Africa, from the staggering sand dunes of Sossusvlei to the big game of Etosha, it is the perfect first gateway to Africa.

Our guide price for this itinerary is from £7,125 per person (based on 2 adults), using our best value accommodation in low season.

All our luxury family safari holidays are designed on an individual basis, so this will vary depending on time of year, activities, transport methods and choice of accommodation. The best way to start planning is to contact us.

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