Experience the best of Namibia's natural offerings on a 6-day "Dunes and Wildlife" tour from Windhoek. This multi-day adventure includes multiple game drives in Etosha National Park, as well as a visit to the park's massive Etosha salt pan—a mass breeding ground for flamingos. Interact with locals, seek out shipwrecks along the aptly named Skeleton Coast and marvel at the Namib Desert's sea of sand dunes while snapping dozens of pics. You'll even have an opportunity to track cheetahs alongside a biologist before making your way back to Windhoek.
The Sossusvlei Shuttle offered by African Extravaganza has been successfully in operation since 26 years! Our vehicles are 4x4 vehicles and our local driver-guides have years of experience and know the roads and region extremely well. The Namib Naukluft Lodge, is the company's own upmarket lodge in the Namib Desert, located on the 25,000 ha private nature reserve: NamNau Habitat. The private reserve itself offers a great desert experience. As fences were taken down years ago, animals may roam freely and various antelopes, zebra, ostrich can often be seen. Sometimes predators like cheetah can be spotted. The tour Sossusvlei Shuttle is operated daily on request!
Important notice for solo travellers: In case there is a solo traveller, there are additional charges: 1. single supplement - for staying in a room alone N$750
2. surcharge on transport up to N$3000. This surcharge is cancelled immediately if other guest joins the tour.
These additional charges are payable upon arrival to lodge.
See some incredible wildlife on a 3-day tour from Windhoek to Estosha National Park. Known as one of Namibia's best wildlife sanctuaries, Estosha is home to lions, black rhinos, giraffes and leopards, as well as over 340 bird species with 35 raptors and 8 species of owls. Along with a full-day game drive this multi-day safari adventure includes a visit to Nambia's largest wood-carving market and some time at the Okaukeujo waterhole, where Africa's largest elephants often gather.
Enjoy one of Namibia's most iconic landscapes on a 3-day tour from Windhoek. Depart from the country's capital en route to Sossusvlei, a part of the Namib Desert that's home to some of the world's largest sand dunes. View these spectacular orange and red formations at dawn, then spend a day exploring more of the conservation area including its large salt pan and Dune 45, said to be the planet's most photographed sand dune. This thrilling multi-day tour comes with meals, camping equipment and the expertise of a professional guide.
Enjoy the beauty of one of Namibia's most photographed sights on a 3-day express safari from Swakopmund to the Soussusvlei region. Journey across Ghaub Pass toward your first night's lodging: an en suite desert camp near Sesriem. Watch the sun set behind the Naukluft Mountains, then start day two en route to the world's oldest desert and its iconic red dunes. Climb the impressive Dune 45, meander among camel thorn trees and bask in the area's supreme peacefulness. Spend your final morning tracking cheetah in the company of a trained biologist.
Discover the natural beauty, wildlife, and fascinating culture of Namibia on this 7-day tour. Explore the country’s most iconic dunes, see one of Africa’s best waterholes for game viewing, and visit Okahandja, the home of Namibia’s largest wood carving market
A Namibia budget safari doesn’t mean skimping on the sights you came to see. This tour offers four nights of camping in top Namibia national parks, which not only lets you get closer with the nature you came to see, but also saves you major money as you visit Etosha National Park, Swakopmund, and more.
For those seeking adventure, this is the ideal way to explore the highlights of Namibia on a budget. With 2 nights camping in both Etosha National Park, then 2 nights in accommodation in the adventure capital of the Skeleton Coast, this safari allows you plenty of time to enjoy Namibia's wildlife, culture and stunning coastal landscapes.
Discover incredible wildlife and natural wonders on a 4-day adventure from Windhoek. This exciting multi-day tour begins with a visit to Etosha National Park, where you'll embark on multiple game drives seeking out lion, meerkat and more. Visit the Etosha Pan—a massive salt pan visible from space—before continuing toward Swakopmund. Take an opportunity to interact with locals like the Damara people en route and learn firsthand the origins of the 'Skeleton Coast' name. Your return trip includes a visit to the Walvis Bay flamingos and the area's highest sand dune.
Embark on an unforgettable adventure into the Namib Desert with a 4-day Swakopmund and Sossusvlei tour from Windhoek. Head out to explore one of Namibia's most unique and awe-inspiring settings: Sossusvlei's incredible red sand dunes. This thrilling multi-day excursion combines several of the country's natural wonders, including a visit to see the Walvis Bay flamingos, tracking cheetahs with a biologist at the N/a'ankuse Namib Conservation Centre and a chance to climb the iconic Dune 45, a towering sand dune that's perhaps the most photographed dune in the world.
Namibia is known for its wildlife, landscape, and culture, but comprehensive tours can be costly. Explore Etosha National Park and the city of Swakopmund on a 5-day budget tour from Windhoek, and avoid hidden costs with accommodation, park entrance, and meals included as per itinerary. See African game in its natural habitat, capture intimate photographs of striking scenery, and explore a popular coastal city for insight into Namibian life.
Discovering Namibia’s top wildlife and scenic locations can be difficult on a self-led tour. Tick off Etosha National Park and the Sossusvlei pan and dunes on a 6-day tour, with accommodation, meals, and entrance fees included as per itinerary. See wild African animals in their natural environment and explore the scenic landscape with a guide, benefiting from round-trip transfer from Windhoek to travel across the varied train with ease.
African Extravaganza, a Namibian based tour-operator has been offering this tour for the past 26 years successfully. With our experience in the Namib Desert and our own establishments in the region we can make your experience unforgettable. Our local guides know the region extremely well and are able to give you insight information about this unique destination - a World Heritage Site!
African Extravaganza is operating the Sossusvlei Shuttle from Windhoek and Swakopmund vice versa on a daily basis (subject to availability) with a minimum of 2 participants!
Experience Namibia's top attractions on an exciting 10-day Explorer tour from Windhoek. Set out from the capital city to take in the best this country offers. Learn about the rehabilitation of wildlife at Okonjima's Africat Foundation; enjoy a full-day safari in Etosha National Park; engage with locals in a traditional Himba Village and marvel at the incredible red dunes of Sossusvlei. There's also a free day to explore on your own and a visit to Namibia's incredibly barren and so-aptly named Skeleton Coast. Spend evenings camping beneath Africa's starry skies.
Experience Namibia's wildlife and picturesque coast on this tour that departs Windhoek for a 2-day safari in Etosha National Park and a day exploring the coastal city of Swakopmund. Namibia’s rugged terrain means getting from Windhoek to other destinations within the country on your own is a challenge, but by joining this guided tour you can relax and enjoy the scenery along the way to the country’s top destinations.
This 4 day safari offers you 2 nights in Swakopmund and enjoy the Ocean view then you depart to Sossusvlei enjoy view over the Desert landscapes.
Clients can do optional activities such as Guided Excursions to Deadvlei and Sossusvlei, Elim dune walks, Sundowner Trips, Quad Buggy Nature Drives, Hot Air Ballooning, Scenic Flights and much more to explore the area's natural beauty.
Tours of the Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park, Victoria Falls, and more are all easily managed under a single booking with this 9-day camping tour from Namibia. A guide provides tons of insight as you travel among popular natural destinations and assists with seamless border crossings to Botswana and Zimbabwe. Inclusions like food, lodging, and transportation make this tour a high-value choice for nature lovers.
Sossusvlei is simply the main reason many people come to Namibia. Quite remote at 380km away from Walvis Bay, and most of the road is pretty bad. If you can handle our "Namibian Massage", as we jokingly refer to the washboard corrugation of the C14, the scenery is very nice. We pass gravel plains, grassy plains if it has been a good rain year, and through two river passes. Along the way you may see a variety of wildlife. Most common is Oryx and Ostrich.
Once we reach our campsite at the NWR resort of Sesriem we stretch our legs again for a bit. At Sesriem they have some of the coldest beer in the country, as well as a restaurant. From our base at Sesriem we can go see the Sesriem canyons, the Elm Dunes or Sossusvlei and the Dead Vlei(Marsh).
The dunes at Sossusvlei are of a much more red appearance than those of the coastal regions, and interspersed with mountainous rock makes for some pretty awesome pictures. "Big Daddy" is the world's highest dune at more than 300m from foot to tip, and is standing next to the Dead Vlei with it's mysterious petrified tree stumps and rock hard white clay floor.
Dune 45 is along the road to Sossusvlei, and is almost instantly recognizable and a great spot for some photographs.
Also in the park area is the Elm dune, which overlooks grassy plains and the Naukluft mountain range towards the East.
Just outside the park is the Sesriem Canyon, access to which is also only by foot. In rainy years there is a little bit of water in the canyon. The rock here is all sedimentary rock, and the formations are quite impressive.
We will set up camp for the group, and a Barbecue provides the food for dinner.
On the second day, after breakfast and breaking up the camp early in the morning, we will cover the attractions of the area that we did not get to on the first day, and then it's the long road back home.
We offer free pickup in Walvis Bay & Swakopmund, including the harbor of Walvis Bay, for this tour. As we are still solving the issues with the booking systems, please provide us with an email address on your booking so that we can give you with the best experience possible.
We offer the cheapest private tours on the coast. Our pricing changes by group size, and is the lowest per person for groups of four or more passengers. Even lower than our shared experience competition!
This Namib Desert tour to Sossusvlei provides you with a very time-effective opportunity to see one of Namibia's spectacular must-see sights. The safari provides you with a great getaway. Sossusvlei is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Namibia. A camera should never be too far away on this journey because the picturesque scenery and the desert's fauna and flora are ideal for photographing. For those who love and enjoy nature's challenges, the tour provides you with the opportunity to finally climb some of the highest sand dunes in the world. Fitness isn’t the only challenge thoughts of how beautiful desert animals survive in such harsh extreme desert climates will leave your mind with lots of answered questions.
Discover some of Namibia's cultural and natural wonders on a 3-day tour from Windhoek. Begin your multiple-day adventure with a visit to Etosha National Park, home to an abundance of wildlife such as lion, rhino, elephant and leopard. Enjoy multiple safaris and a visit to the park's massive salt pan—a breeding ground for flamingos—before continuing onto Swakopmund via Damaraland's stunningly rugged landscapes. Along the way stop for lunch in the shadow of towering Brandberg Mountain, mingle with impeccably dressed Hereo ladies and experience the aptly named Skeleton Coast.
Discover a weatherd shipwreck that tells the story of a lost fight against the sea,and catch sights of flamingos,pelicans,terns and a colony of cape fur seals.
Discover the walvisbay lagoon is considered of the richest and most important wetland in southern africa,
Discover the lagoon which is approximately seven km long and up to 2.5 m deep at high tide with maximum tidal range of about 1.8 m.
Discover the sand formation is one of the highlighits and major sites of interest at the coast.
For the adventure a visit to the coast is not complete without the thrill of climbing the dune,putting your feet in the sand and gliding down at the end.
On this 5 day desert safari clients get to experience the beautiful desert, an enchanting coastal town alongside the Atlantic. Clients get to see and feel the desert in the sossusvlie area such as desert drive or visit the dead vlie area and enjoy the sesriem canyond drive. Clients depart to Swakopmund to enjoy the sea view and smell of the a ocean. Clients can enjoy the sandwich habour, kayaking and sand boarding.