The Desert Dune Safari is an adventurous journey that begins at the iconic red dunes of Sossusvlei and includes tracking black rhino at Desert
Rhino Camp as well as time along the dramatic Skeleton Coast with its historic shipwrecks, seal colonies and incredible desert wonders. Accommodations
include Classic level permanent tented camps and a lodge.
AAC includes comp night in Windhoek or Johannesburg plus transfers (a value of $200.00 per person)
(2017 Departures:) [based on arrival in Windhoek the night before group departure - May 04, May 25,Jun 19, Jul 12, Aug 12, Sep 16, Oct 14, Nov 05]
(2018 Departures:) [based on arrival in Windhoek the night before group departure - May 04, Jun 26,Jul 08, Aug 02, Sep 03, Oct 04, Nov 05, Dec 06]
(Day 01) *Windhoek* [On arrival in Windhoek, Namibia, clear Customs and Immigration. You will be met and transferred to your hotel.]
[Windhoek is the capital and administrative, commercial and educational center of Namibia, situated in the center of the country at 5,410 feet (1650 m) above sea level. Windhoek is also the starting point for most Namibian safaris. Overnight Olive Exclusive Boutique Hotel.]
Olive Exclusive Boutique Hotel is for the discerning traveler and has 7 suites individually decorated, each with a lounge area, fireplace and spac..Read More
(Day 02+03) *Sossusvlei* [This morning you will be met by your Explorations guide and begin your journey by driving through the Khomas Hochland mountains and down into the dune-filled Sossusvlei region, a driving time of approximately five to six hours (330 kilometers / 205 miles). En route, you will enjoy a lunch.2 nights Kulala Desert Lodge]
Kulala Desert Lodge sits on the boundary of Sossusvlei. Each of the 15 "Kulala" offers en suite facilities and a private veranda with stunning views o..Read More
(Day 04-05) *Swakopmund* [This morning you will transfer to the airstrip for your scheduled charter flight to Swakopmund, which will take you over the Kuiseb Canyon with its dark, craggy canyons and lunar landscape of flat gravel plains. The group explores the ice-blue Atlantic coast, from the port towns of Walvis Bay and Swakopmund to its incredible marine mammals. ]
The historic Hansa Hotel, set in the charming town of Swakopmund, was built in 1905, and today its classical architecture forms an integral part of the cit..Read More
(Day 06) *Skeleton Coast* [Continue by road for approximately 236 miles up the legendary Skeleton Coast (named for the numerous ships the treacherous shores have claimed over the years). You can expect to see the fascinating lichen plains at Wlotskasbaken, remains of the Zelia shipwreck near Henties Bay and the SW Seal shipwreck near Ugabmund. You will also take in the ghostly remains of mining operations near Toscanini. Driving time is about five hours, excluding any stops. Overnight Terrace Bay Lodge]
Terrace Bay Lodge is situated in the Skeleton Coast National Park in north-west Namibia. As the only accommodation in the Park itself, Terrace Bay is a pop..Read More
(Day 07+08) *Hoanib* [Continue through Skeleton Coast National Park to the Möwe Bay Museum and then stop and admire the remains of the Suiderkus shipwreck. Other attractions are the Klein Oase and Auses Springs hidden in the dunes, an intriguing “roaring” dune and spectacular desert scenery combined with whatever desert-adapted wildlife presents itself. 2 nights Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp]
Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp is located in a private concession straddling the Palmwag area and Skeleton Coast National Park, in one of the most remote areas..Read More
(Day 09+10) *Palmwag Concession* [Another exciting day on the road to Desert Rhino Camp through the rugged, rocky and mountainous Palmwag Concession brings with it the opportunity of seeing giraffe, oryx and springbok. 2 nights Desert Rhino Camp]
Enjoy Namibia's stunning landscape from the air. This wing/fly-in package visits Sossusvlei, Damaraland and Etosha with a Luxury and Value Option at Wilderness Safaris camps. The trip can be customized to include Skeleton Coast Hoanib Camp. Departures daily.
Group departure at the Classic level that includes Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp. Visit the iconic red dunes of Sossusvlei, track black rhino at Desert Rhino Camp, and explore the dramatic Skeleton Coast looking for desert adapted elephant. Departures May-Nov.
This group Explorations Adventurer level safari is good value for the traveler looking for both wildlife viewing and also the stunning landscape and atmosphere of the desert (Sossusvlei, Daramaland and Etosha). Departures weekly - JAN-DEC
This Bespoke flying safari includes PRIVATE charter flights and allows you to enjoy much of the stunning landscape from the air as well as make the most of your time in camp. Begin your adventure with time in Etosha where game viewing takes place around the waterholes. Continue to Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp where you will spend three days in a private concession which is rich with game and it borders the Skeleton Coast.
This flying safari takes in 5 nights in Namibia to 2 main attractions, enjoying much of the stunning landscape from the air. Continue to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe for an overnight at the iconic Victoria Falls Hotel. Experience a further 6 days in Botswana also visiting 2 areas and choices of quite a few camps.
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"Hello Alison and crew - Oh My God!!!!!! Why did I wait so long to take this trip?!? I could go on and on for pages. Absolutely spectacular!!! We are so happy with the tour we took and all the details involved."