Namibia Highlights Flying Safari (8n) – Classic

Namibia Highlights Flying Safari (8n) – Classic

  • Day 1 : Windhoek
  • Days 2–3 : Kulala Wilderness Reserve
  • Days 4–5 : Palmwag Concession
  • Days 6–8 : Ongava Game Reserve
  • Price From : $6,174 per person
  • Duration : 8 nights
  • Best Months : Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
  • Countries : Namibia

Our Classic Namibia Highlights Flying Safari focuses on the country’s three most iconic regions – Sossusvlei, Damaraland, and Etosha National Park.

This itinerary is designed for those who wish to experience the sheer beauty of Namibia from the air. Hopping effortlessly from one luxury lodge to the next, while staying on an all-inclusive basis (with the exception of Windhoek), means that guests truly need not worry about a thing during their stay in Namibia.

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The price below is based on two adults travelling together and please note that the prices are approximates. Please contact us for accurate costings for the time of year you are looking at travelling. There are multiple season changes across the year and numerous rooms categories that can change the price of these safaris.

From approx $6,174 per person in low season

To approx $7,328 per person in high season

Prices include all internal flights, transfers, reserve fees, accommodation and meals as specified in the day to day itinerary. Price excludes international flights, tipping, visa and any meals not included.

Our Classic Namibia Highlights Flying Safari focuses on the country’s three most iconic regions – Sossusvlei, Damaraland, and Etosha National Park.

This itinerary is designed for those who wish to experience the sheer beauty of Namibia from the air. Hopping effortlessly from one luxury lodge to the next, while staying on an all-inclusive basis (with the exception of Windhoek), means that guests truly need not worry about a thing during their stay in Namibia.

Day 1 Windhoek

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Your trip starts with an overnight stay in the Namibian capital of Windhoek, situated in the scenic Central Highlands region.

The stylish Olive Grove Guesthouse is located in the heart of upmarket Klein Windhoek, just a 5-minute drive from the CBD and the city’s most popular restaurants. It has five standard rooms, five luxury rooms, and an executive suite, all decorated in a neutral, contemporary style with a slight Moroccan twist. We would recommend the luxury rooms or the suite as they are more spacious, with a private balcony, and benefit from an alternative dining area. Windhoek is an attractive city, surrounded by rolling hills, and has a relaxed and cosmopolitan feel.

Board basis and activities:
The Guesthouse is booked on a bed-and-breakfast basis, and we can advise you on the best activities, excursions, and restaurants in the area. We suggest asking one of our consultants for their recommendations.

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Days 2–3 Kulala Wilderness Reserve

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Flying south-west out of Windhoek, you will pass over the spectacular Naukluft Mountains and the expansive rolling dunes of the Namib, before touching down on the Kulala Wilderness Reserve.

Kulala Desert Lodge is located on the 27,000-hectare Kulala Wilderness Reserve. It has its own private airstrip and a private access road into the dune fields, enabling guests to avoid any waiting time at the main gate when taking guided excursions. It has 23 spacious canvas-and-thatch chalets, each set on a raised wooden deck, to make the most of the stunning views. The chalets at Kulala also have a ‘sky bed’ on each of their roofs, should guests wish to spend a night sleeping under the stars. This region is truly breathtaking, with towering orange sand dunes stretching as far as the eye can see, all set under a cloudless blue sky.

Board basis and activities:
The Lodge is booked on an all-inclusive basis, and we can advise you on the best activities and excursions in the area. We suggest asking one of our consultants for their recommendations.

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Days 4–5 Palmwag Concession

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Leaving the Namib behind and this time heading eastward, you fly over the ancient wilderness of Damaraland.

Desert Rhino Camp is set in a wide valley among the rocky hills of the vast Palmwag Concession. Accommodation comes in the form of eight spacious Meru-style safari tents, all with sweeping views over the surrounding plains and the Etendeka Mountains. The area around Desert Rhino is very rich in game – in fact, the concession is home to the largest population of free-roaming black rhino in Africa, and the camp works in collaboration with the Save the Rhino Trust (SRT) to preserve and monitor the species. During their stay guests are able to view these incredible animals and learn more about the conservation work being done in the concession.

Board basis and activities:
The Camp is booked on an all-inclusive basis, and we can advise you on the best activities and excursions in the area. We suggest asking one of our consultants for their recommendations.

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Days 6–8 Ongava Game Reserve

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Leaving Damaraland behind, we continue our journey by flying up to the Ongava Game Reserve, which lies along the southern border of Etosha National Park.

The reserve was once a collection of unproductive cattle ranches, until 1991 when several families invested in the future by working to turn the area into a private reserve. With 30,000 hectares of land, Ongava is now a haven to large concentrations of wildlife and offers visitors a truly memorable safari experience.

Ongava Lodge comprises 14 luxurious stone-and-thatch chalets dotted along the top of a small kopje, which overlooks an active floodlit waterhole. While at the lodge guests can take guided day and night drives on the reserve, track the reserve's rhinos on foot, or drive themselves in to neighbouring Etosha National Park.

Board basis and activities:
The Lodge is booked on an all-inclusive basis, and we can advise you on the best activities and excursions in the area. We suggest asking one of our consultants for their recommendations.

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