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  • 1. Self Drive Tour Namibia ITINERARY Day 01 Arrival: Hosea Kutako International Airport Protea Hotel Fürstenhof Breakfast included Upon arrival at the International Airport, you will be assisted with the collection of your rental vehicle, and travel to your overnight hotel in the city. An African capital with a difference; dubbed as the 'Cleanest City in Africa', Windhoek is the Capital City of the Republic of Namibia, a country described as one of Africa's most vibrant and successful sovereign states. Situated in the country’s central Khomas Region, Windhoek is nestled in a basin surrounded by scenic mountains in the central highlands of Namibia; Windhoek can be better described as a 'Working City'. It is a thriving active, administrative, commercial and industrial centre, serving as the melting pot and hub of most economic and technological developments and activities in the country. Whether enjoying the continental flair of Independence Avenue; browsing through the numerous shops; exploring the historical buildings or searching the markets for that special Namibian memento Self Drive Tour Namibia ITINERARY Day 01 Arrival: Hosea Kutako International Airport Protea Hotel Fürstenhof Breakfast included Upon arrival at the International Airport, you will be assisted with the collection of your rental vehicle, and travel to your overnight hotel in the city. An African capital with a difference; dubbed as the 'Cleanest City in Africa', Windhoek is the Capital City of the Republic of Namibia, a country described as one of Africa's most vibrant and successful sovereign states. Situated in the country’s central Khomas Region, Windhoek is nestled in a basin surrounded by scenic mountains in the central highlands of Namibia; Windhoek can be better described as a 'Working City'. It is a thriving active, administrative, commercial and industrial centre, serving as the melting pot and hub of most economic and technological developments and activities in the country. Whether enjoying the continental flair of Independence Avenue; browsing through the numerous shops; exploring the historical buildings or searching the markets for that special Namibian memento Self Drive Tour Namibia ITINERARY Day 01 Arrival: Hosea Kutako International Airport Protea Hotel Fürstenhof Breakfast included Upon arrival at the International Airport, you will be assisted with the collection of your rental vehicle, and travel to your overnight hotel in the city. An African capital with a difference; dubbed as the 'Cleanest City in Africa', Windhoek is the Capital City of the Republic of Namibia, a country described as one of Africa's most vibrant and successful sovereign states. Situated in the country’s central Khomas Region, Windhoek is nestled in a basin surrounded by scenic mountains in the central highlands of Namibia; Windhoek can be better described as a 'Working City'. It is a thriving active, administrative, commercial and industrial centre, serving as the melting pot and hub of most economic and technological developments and activities in the country. Whether enjoying the continental flair of Independence Avenue; browsing through the numerous shops; exploring the historical buildings or searching the markets for that special Namibian memento
  • 2. Self Drive Tour Namibia – we know that you will enjoy the harmonious blend of African and European cultures and traditions that make our capital city. History: Around 1840, Windhoek became the headquarters of the Nama-Oorlam Group under Jonker Afrikaner in central Namibia. The name Windhoek dates back to 1844, when it was used in a letter written by Jonker Afrikaner, it is thought that in a moment of nostalgia, he named the place Winterhoek after the farm in the Cape where he was born. German colonial administration was established in 1890 when Major Curt von Francois established a military post in Windhoek. During this administration the town was known as Windhuk, which later became Windhoek. Day 02 Kalahari Kalahari Anib Campsite Campsite Only Travelling south through the small town of Rehoboth to the Kalahari. Spending the night under the southern night sky, out at the back of beyond in the African tree and shrub savannah of the Kalahari – this experience is offered by the Kalahari Anib Campsite. There are several dozen metres between the three sites, and each of them will be allocated to only one party (max. 4 persons) at a time. Each of the sites is equipped with toilet, shower, basin and barbecue area as well as a shade roof and power point. Camping guests are welcome to use the swimming pool at Kalahari Anib Lodge (a 5 minutes' walk) and to visit the restaurant and bar. Day 03 & 04 Fish River Canyon Canyon Roadhouse Campsite Under tall shady trees on the bank of a dry riverbed nature lovers find attractive and well-shielded camping sites (distance to the Fish River Canyon: about 24 km). Toilets and bathroom facilities are built from the area's natural stones. The flat hillock behind the camping site affords grand vistas of the scenery and lends itself as just the spot for sundowners. Camping guests are welcome to use the swimming pool at Cañon Roadhouse (a 2 minutes' walk) as well as the restaurant and bar. There you Self Drive Tour Namibia – we know that you will enjoy the harmonious blend of African and European cultures and traditions that make our capital city. History: Around 1840, Windhoek became the headquarters of the Nama-Oorlam Group under Jonker Afrikaner in central Namibia. The name Windhoek dates back to 1844, when it was used in a letter written by Jonker Afrikaner, it is thought that in a moment of nostalgia, he named the place Winterhoek after the farm in the Cape where he was born. German colonial administration was established in 1890 when Major Curt von Francois established a military post in Windhoek. During this administration the town was known as Windhuk, which later became Windhoek. Day 02 Kalahari Kalahari Anib Campsite Campsite Only Travelling south through the small town of Rehoboth to the Kalahari. Spending the night under the southern night sky, out at the back of beyond in the African tree and shrub savannah of the Kalahari – this experience is offered by the Kalahari Anib Campsite. There are several dozen metres between the three sites, and each of them will be allocated to only one party (max. 4 persons) at a time. Each of the sites is equipped with toilet, shower, basin and barbecue area as well as a shade roof and power point. Camping guests are welcome to use the swimming pool at Kalahari Anib Lodge (a 5 minutes' walk) and to visit the restaurant and bar. Day 03 & 04 Fish River Canyon Canyon Roadhouse Campsite Under tall shady trees on the bank of a dry riverbed nature lovers find attractive and well-shielded camping sites (distance to the Fish River Canyon: about 24 km). Toilets and bathroom facilities are built from the area's natural stones. The flat hillock behind the camping site affords grand vistas of the scenery and lends itself as just the spot for sundowners. Camping guests are welcome to use the swimming pool at Cañon Roadhouse (a 2 minutes' walk) as well as the restaurant and bar. There you Self Drive Tour Namibia – we know that you will enjoy the harmonious blend of African and European cultures and traditions that make our capital city. History: Around 1840, Windhoek became the headquarters of the Nama-Oorlam Group under Jonker Afrikaner in central Namibia. The name Windhoek dates back to 1844, when it was used in a letter written by Jonker Afrikaner, it is thought that in a moment of nostalgia, he named the place Winterhoek after the farm in the Cape where he was born. German colonial administration was established in 1890 when Major Curt von Francois established a military post in Windhoek. During this administration the town was known as Windhuk, which later became Windhoek. Day 02 Kalahari Kalahari Anib Campsite Campsite Only Travelling south through the small town of Rehoboth to the Kalahari. Spending the night under the southern night sky, out at the back of beyond in the African tree and shrub savannah of the Kalahari – this experience is offered by the Kalahari Anib Campsite. There are several dozen metres between the three sites, and each of them will be allocated to only one party (max. 4 persons) at a time. Each of the sites is equipped with toilet, shower, basin and barbecue area as well as a shade roof and power point. Camping guests are welcome to use the swimming pool at Kalahari Anib Lodge (a 5 minutes' walk) and to visit the restaurant and bar. Day 03 & 04 Fish River Canyon Canyon Roadhouse Campsite Under tall shady trees on the bank of a dry riverbed nature lovers find attractive and well-shielded camping sites (distance to the Fish River Canyon: about 24 km). Toilets and bathroom facilities are built from the area's natural stones. The flat hillock behind the camping site affords grand vistas of the scenery and lends itself as just the spot for sundowners. Camping guests are welcome to use the swimming pool at Cañon Roadhouse (a 2 minutes' walk) as well as the restaurant and bar. There you
  • 3. Self Drive Tour Namibia won't only enjoy the break from your campsite cooking but you will also find yourself carried back to the good old time of the automobile: you dine amidst lovingly arranged bodywork and other exhibits of yesteryear's transportation. The Fish River Canyon is situated in the far south of Namibia, almost on the border with South Africa and is part of the Ai-Ais conservation area. Ai-Ais is the name of the lower rest camp, near some hot springs at the bottom of the canyon and means "very hot" in the local Nama language. The Fish River Canyon is 160 km long, 500 m deep in places and 27 km across at its widest, it is the largest canyon system in Africa and the second largest in the world after the Grand Canyon in Colorado – and is certainly one of Africa’s least-visited wonders. Although the canyon extends for 160 km, the most spectacular section is 56 km long, starting a few kilometres upstream of the northernmost viewpoint and ending at the southernmost lookout point. Day 05 & 06 Aus Klein Aus Vita (Desert Horse Campsite) Campsite Only Large old camel thorn trees greet camping guests at the Desert Horse Campsite in a small valley of the Aus mountains. Each of the ten sites is equipped with a tap, table, grill and windbreak. Neat shower and toilet facilities are within easy reach of each site. Barbecue packs are available at the reception of Desert Horse Inn (1.5 km); those who like to skip cooking for a change are more than welcome at the Inn's restaurant (subject to space available, please enquire upon arrival). Several hiking trails run through the valley; the Sundowner Trail leads to a lookout point where you can watch the sun disappear behind the distant horizon at the far end of vast desert plains. The Desert Horse Campsite is just 20 km away from the habitat of the Wild Horses. Self Drive Tour Namibia won't only enjoy the break from your campsite cooking but you will also find yourself carried back to the good old time of the automobile: you dine amidst lovingly arranged bodywork and other exhibits of yesteryear's transportation. The Fish River Canyon is situated in the far south of Namibia, almost on the border with South Africa and is part of the Ai-Ais conservation area. Ai-Ais is the name of the lower rest camp, near some hot springs at the bottom of the canyon and means "very hot" in the local Nama language. The Fish River Canyon is 160 km long, 500 m deep in places and 27 km across at its widest, it is the largest canyon system in Africa and the second largest in the world after the Grand Canyon in Colorado – and is certainly one of Africa’s least-visited wonders. Although the canyon extends for 160 km, the most spectacular section is 56 km long, starting a few kilometres upstream of the northernmost viewpoint and ending at the southernmost lookout point. Day 05 & 06 Aus Klein Aus Vita (Desert Horse Campsite) Campsite Only Large old camel thorn trees greet camping guests at the Desert Horse Campsite in a small valley of the Aus mountains. Each of the ten sites is equipped with a tap, table, grill and windbreak. Neat shower and toilet facilities are within easy reach of each site. Barbecue packs are available at the reception of Desert Horse Inn (1.5 km); those who like to skip cooking for a change are more than welcome at the Inn's restaurant (subject to space available, please enquire upon arrival). Several hiking trails run through the valley; the Sundowner Trail leads to a lookout point where you can watch the sun disappear behind the distant horizon at the far end of vast desert plains. The Desert Horse Campsite is just 20 km away from the habitat of the Wild Horses. Self Drive Tour Namibia won't only enjoy the break from your campsite cooking but you will also find yourself carried back to the good old time of the automobile: you dine amidst lovingly arranged bodywork and other exhibits of yesteryear's transportation. The Fish River Canyon is situated in the far south of Namibia, almost on the border with South Africa and is part of the Ai-Ais conservation area. Ai-Ais is the name of the lower rest camp, near some hot springs at the bottom of the canyon and means "very hot" in the local Nama language. The Fish River Canyon is 160 km long, 500 m deep in places and 27 km across at its widest, it is the largest canyon system in Africa and the second largest in the world after the Grand Canyon in Colorado – and is certainly one of Africa’s least-visited wonders. Although the canyon extends for 160 km, the most spectacular section is 56 km long, starting a few kilometres upstream of the northernmost viewpoint and ending at the southernmost lookout point. Day 05 & 06 Aus Klein Aus Vita (Desert Horse Campsite) Campsite Only Large old camel thorn trees greet camping guests at the Desert Horse Campsite in a small valley of the Aus mountains. Each of the ten sites is equipped with a tap, table, grill and windbreak. Neat shower and toilet facilities are within easy reach of each site. Barbecue packs are available at the reception of Desert Horse Inn (1.5 km); those who like to skip cooking for a change are more than welcome at the Inn's restaurant (subject to space available, please enquire upon arrival). Several hiking trails run through the valley; the Sundowner Trail leads to a lookout point where you can watch the sun disappear behind the distant horizon at the far end of vast desert plains. The Desert Horse Campsite is just 20 km away from the habitat of the Wild Horses.
  • 4. Self Drive Tour Namibia After the Germans surrendered to the South African forces at Otavi on 9 July 1915, the tidy, tranquil village of Aus became one of two internment camps for German military personnel. Military police and officers were sent to a camp in the north and the non-commissioned officers went to Aus. After the treaty of Versailles, the camp was dismantled and by May 1919 it was closed. Virtually nothing remains of the original camp, but several WWI graves remain immediately north of the village. Feral Desert Horses On the desert plains west of Aus live some of the world’s only wild desert-dwelling horses. Among the several theories about the origins of these eccentric equines is the one that suggests they’re descended from German Schutztruppe cavalry horses abandoned during the South African invasion in 1915. Others claim they were brought in by Nama raiders moving north from beyond the Orange River. Another of shipwrecked horses en route from Europe to Australia. Still, others maintain they’re descended from the stud stock of Baron Captain Castle, who set off for Germany in search of more horses but was killed in battle in France and never returned to Namibia. At present, the population fluctuates between 150 and 160, but there have never been more than 280 individuals. Their only source of water is Garub Pan, which is fed by an artificial bore hole. Self Drive Tour Namibia After the Germans surrendered to the South African forces at Otavi on 9 July 1915, the tidy, tranquil village of Aus became one of two internment camps for German military personnel. Military police and officers were sent to a camp in the north and the non-commissioned officers went to Aus. After the treaty of Versailles, the camp was dismantled and by May 1919 it was closed. Virtually nothing remains of the original camp, but several WWI graves remain immediately north of the village. Feral Desert Horses On the desert plains west of Aus live some of the world’s only wild desert-dwelling horses. Among the several theories about the origins of these eccentric equines is the one that suggests they’re descended from German Schutztruppe cavalry horses abandoned during the South African invasion in 1915. Others claim they were brought in by Nama raiders moving north from beyond the Orange River. Another of shipwrecked horses en route from Europe to Australia. Still, others maintain they’re descended from the stud stock of Baron Captain Castle, who set off for Germany in search of more horses but was killed in battle in France and never returned to Namibia. At present, the population fluctuates between 150 and 160, but there have never been more than 280 individuals. Their only source of water is Garub Pan, which is fed by an artificial bore hole. Self Drive Tour Namibia After the Germans surrendered to the South African forces at Otavi on 9 July 1915, the tidy, tranquil village of Aus became one of two internment camps for German military personnel. Military police and officers were sent to a camp in the north and the non-commissioned officers went to Aus. After the treaty of Versailles, the camp was dismantled and by May 1919 it was closed. Virtually nothing remains of the original camp, but several WWI graves remain immediately north of the village. Feral Desert Horses On the desert plains west of Aus live some of the world’s only wild desert-dwelling horses. Among the several theories about the origins of these eccentric equines is the one that suggests they’re descended from German Schutztruppe cavalry horses abandoned during the South African invasion in 1915. Others claim they were brought in by Nama raiders moving north from beyond the Orange River. Another of shipwrecked horses en route from Europe to Australia. Still, others maintain they’re descended from the stud stock of Baron Captain Castle, who set off for Germany in search of more horses but was killed in battle in France and never returned to Namibia. At present, the population fluctuates between 150 and 160, but there have never been more than 280 individuals. Their only source of water is Garub Pan, which is fed by an artificial bore hole.
  • 5. Self Drive Tour Namibia Day 07 & 08 Namib Desert – Sossusvlei Agama River Camp Campsite Only The name ‘Agama’ is derived from the colourful family of lizards that frequent the drier and open savannah regions of Africa, this was also the first creature to make it visible when we entered the old farm gate, it seemed fitting to indulge this inquisitive reptile in the name sake. We are situated on the C19, 30 kms south of Solitaire and 50 kms north of Sesriem, approximately forty five minutes from the main gate way to Sossusvlei. Agama River Camp Sites The camp sites are scattered along the lower 'Dieprivier' river course, each campsite is built under large acacia trees and surrounded partially by a wooden pole barrier acting as a wind shield and offering some privacy, they are terraced and leveled with clean river sand. Each site contains; a free standing tap, wash up facility, a braai area with grid, a twelve volt energy saving light (that can be attached to your car battery) and is easy walking distance to your shared ablution facility. Our communal ablution facility is like no other with open skies and large roomy, individually decorated chambers, hot water is provided by wood boilers every afternoon at around five o'clock. The ablutions are spacious, clean and imaginatively designed, each gender facility has six showers, six wash basins, and three toilets, four mirrors and one bath, and they are only partially covered to offer open sky views. The lighting is on throughout the night. SOSSUSVLEI: Sossusvlei has monumentally high dunes; their sinuous crests and warm colours changing as the day waxes and wanes. These gigantic star-shaped mountains of sand are formed by strong multi-directional winds, they are at their highest and most spectacular where the west-flowing Tsauchab River empties itself into the Vlei. The warm tints of the sand, ranging from apricot to orange, red and maroon, contrast vividly with the dazzling white surfaces of the large deflationary clay pans at their bases. When it has rained sufficiently in the interior for the Tsauchab River to come down and fill the main pan, flamingos and other aquatic birds are drawn to the area. SESRIEM CANYON: At the park entrance to Sossusvlei is Sesriem Canyon, where centuries of erosion have incised a narrow gorge about 1 km in length. At the foot of the gorge, which plunges down 30 to 40 m, are Self Drive Tour Namibia Day 07 & 08 Namib Desert – Sossusvlei Agama River Camp Campsite Only The name ‘Agama’ is derived from the colourful family of lizards that frequent the drier and open savannah regions of Africa, this was also the first creature to make it visible when we entered the old farm gate, it seemed fitting to indulge this inquisitive reptile in the name sake. We are situated on the C19, 30 kms south of Solitaire and 50 kms north of Sesriem, approximately forty five minutes from the main gate way to Sossusvlei. Agama River Camp Sites The camp sites are scattered along the lower 'Dieprivier' river course, each campsite is built under large acacia trees and surrounded partially by a wooden pole barrier acting as a wind shield and offering some privacy, they are terraced and leveled with clean river sand. Each site contains; a free standing tap, wash up facility, a braai area with grid, a twelve volt energy saving light (that can be attached to your car battery) and is easy walking distance to your shared ablution facility. Our communal ablution facility is like no other with open skies and large roomy, individually decorated chambers, hot water is provided by wood boilers every afternoon at around five o'clock. The ablutions are spacious, clean and imaginatively designed, each gender facility has six showers, six wash basins, and three toilets, four mirrors and one bath, and they are only partially covered to offer open sky views. The lighting is on throughout the night. SOSSUSVLEI: Sossusvlei has monumentally high dunes; their sinuous crests and warm colours changing as the day waxes and wanes. These gigantic star-shaped mountains of sand are formed by strong multi-directional winds, they are at their highest and most spectacular where the west-flowing Tsauchab River empties itself into the Vlei. The warm tints of the sand, ranging from apricot to orange, red and maroon, contrast vividly with the dazzling white surfaces of the large deflationary clay pans at their bases. When it has rained sufficiently in the interior for the Tsauchab River to come down and fill the main pan, flamingos and other aquatic birds are drawn to the area. SESRIEM CANYON: At the park entrance to Sossusvlei is Sesriem Canyon, where centuries of erosion have incised a narrow gorge about 1 km in length. At the foot of the gorge, which plunges down 30 to 40 m, are Self Drive Tour Namibia Day 07 & 08 Namib Desert – Sossusvlei Agama River Camp Campsite Only The name ‘Agama’ is derived from the colourful family of lizards that frequent the drier and open savannah regions of Africa, this was also the first creature to make it visible when we entered the old farm gate, it seemed fitting to indulge this inquisitive reptile in the name sake. We are situated on the C19, 30 kms south of Solitaire and 50 kms north of Sesriem, approximately forty five minutes from the main gate way to Sossusvlei. Agama River Camp Sites The camp sites are scattered along the lower 'Dieprivier' river course, each campsite is built under large acacia trees and surrounded partially by a wooden pole barrier acting as a wind shield and offering some privacy, they are terraced and leveled with clean river sand. Each site contains; a free standing tap, wash up facility, a braai area with grid, a twelve volt energy saving light (that can be attached to your car battery) and is easy walking distance to your shared ablution facility. Our communal ablution facility is like no other with open skies and large roomy, individually decorated chambers, hot water is provided by wood boilers every afternoon at around five o'clock. The ablutions are spacious, clean and imaginatively designed, each gender facility has six showers, six wash basins, and three toilets, four mirrors and one bath, and they are only partially covered to offer open sky views. The lighting is on throughout the night. SOSSUSVLEI: Sossusvlei has monumentally high dunes; their sinuous crests and warm colours changing as the day waxes and wanes. These gigantic star-shaped mountains of sand are formed by strong multi-directional winds, they are at their highest and most spectacular where the west-flowing Tsauchab River empties itself into the Vlei. The warm tints of the sand, ranging from apricot to orange, red and maroon, contrast vividly with the dazzling white surfaces of the large deflationary clay pans at their bases. When it has rained sufficiently in the interior for the Tsauchab River to come down and fill the main pan, flamingos and other aquatic birds are drawn to the area. SESRIEM CANYON: At the park entrance to Sossusvlei is Sesriem Canyon, where centuries of erosion have incised a narrow gorge about 1 km in length. At the foot of the gorge, which plunges down 30 to 40 m, are
  • 6. Self Drive Tour Namibia pools that become replenished after good rains. Sesriem derives its name from the time when early pioneers tied six lengths of rawhide thongs together to draw water from the pools. Logistical Information: The sand-dunes at Sossusvlei are some 60km from the Sesriem gate (the entrance to the park) and the drive takes about an hour. The gate into Sesriem only opens at sunrise, so those staying outside of the park (which includes all the lodges in the area with the exception of Sossus Dune Lodge) will have to wait until sunrise to begin their journey to the dunes. The road from Sesriem to the 2x4 car park (4 kilometres from the vlei) is tarred but is in poor condition and is pot-holed. Because the dunes close in and the road becomes a sandy track near the vlei itself, if you do not have your own 4x4 you will have to walk the final stretch from the 2X4 parking area to the vlei - many people do - or use the 4x4 transfer service. Day 09 & 10 Swakopmund Seabreeze Guesthouse Room Only Welcome to Sea Breeze Guesthouse - The breathtaking Atlantic Ocean... Endless beaches bordering the oldest desert in the world, the Namib... and the historical atmosphere of picturesque Swakopmund. All the rooms have en-suite bathrooms with showers and equipped with digital safes, hairdryers and wall mounted heaters. In 1884, South West Africa – the future Namibia – was declared a German Protectorate. By 1907 Swakopmund had the largest European population of any German colony in Africa, the town pulsated with life – a quaint town had emerged out of the desert! Today this curious desert town, nestled between the dunes and the ocean is perfectly situated to spend a few days relaxing in the cool climate, browsing through the galleries, bookshops, craft markets and jewellers. Take part in adrenaline sports; view the dunes from balloon, aircraft or Self Drive Tour Namibia pools that become replenished after good rains. Sesriem derives its name from the time when early pioneers tied six lengths of rawhide thongs together to draw water from the pools. Logistical Information: The sand-dunes at Sossusvlei are some 60km from the Sesriem gate (the entrance to the park) and the drive takes about an hour. The gate into Sesriem only opens at sunrise, so those staying outside of the park (which includes all the lodges in the area with the exception of Sossus Dune Lodge) will have to wait until sunrise to begin their journey to the dunes. The road from Sesriem to the 2x4 car park (4 kilometres from the vlei) is tarred but is in poor condition and is pot-holed. Because the dunes close in and the road becomes a sandy track near the vlei itself, if you do not have your own 4x4 you will have to walk the final stretch from the 2X4 parking area to the vlei - many people do - or use the 4x4 transfer service. Day 09 & 10 Swakopmund Seabreeze Guesthouse Room Only Welcome to Sea Breeze Guesthouse - The breathtaking Atlantic Ocean... Endless beaches bordering the oldest desert in the world, the Namib... and the historical atmosphere of picturesque Swakopmund. All the rooms have en-suite bathrooms with showers and equipped with digital safes, hairdryers and wall mounted heaters. In 1884, South West Africa – the future Namibia – was declared a German Protectorate. By 1907 Swakopmund had the largest European population of any German colony in Africa, the town pulsated with life – a quaint town had emerged out of the desert! Today this curious desert town, nestled between the dunes and the ocean is perfectly situated to spend a few days relaxing in the cool climate, browsing through the galleries, bookshops, craft markets and jewellers. Take part in adrenaline sports; view the dunes from balloon, aircraft or Self Drive Tour Namibia pools that become replenished after good rains. Sesriem derives its name from the time when early pioneers tied six lengths of rawhide thongs together to draw water from the pools. Logistical Information: The sand-dunes at Sossusvlei are some 60km from the Sesriem gate (the entrance to the park) and the drive takes about an hour. The gate into Sesriem only opens at sunrise, so those staying outside of the park (which includes all the lodges in the area with the exception of Sossus Dune Lodge) will have to wait until sunrise to begin their journey to the dunes. The road from Sesriem to the 2x4 car park (4 kilometres from the vlei) is tarred but is in poor condition and is pot-holed. Because the dunes close in and the road becomes a sandy track near the vlei itself, if you do not have your own 4x4 you will have to walk the final stretch from the 2X4 parking area to the vlei - many people do - or use the 4x4 transfer service. Day 09 & 10 Swakopmund Seabreeze Guesthouse Room Only Welcome to Sea Breeze Guesthouse - The breathtaking Atlantic Ocean... Endless beaches bordering the oldest desert in the world, the Namib... and the historical atmosphere of picturesque Swakopmund. All the rooms have en-suite bathrooms with showers and equipped with digital safes, hairdryers and wall mounted heaters. In 1884, South West Africa – the future Namibia – was declared a German Protectorate. By 1907 Swakopmund had the largest European population of any German colony in Africa, the town pulsated with life – a quaint town had emerged out of the desert! Today this curious desert town, nestled between the dunes and the ocean is perfectly situated to spend a few days relaxing in the cool climate, browsing through the galleries, bookshops, craft markets and jewellers. Take part in adrenaline sports; view the dunes from balloon, aircraft or
  • 7. Self Drive Tour Namibia parachute; get close up to our marine life – on foot, by boat or kayak. Explore the desert with expert guides; wander through the town to admire the beautiful architecture or relax and soak up the ambience of the quaint desert town. Day 11 Damaraland Hoada Campsite Hidden among large grey granite boulders and mopani trees, Hoada (pronounce Waada) Campsite offers travellers a serene home in the wilderness. The area, which is home to a variety of animals, offers spectacular views and a number of hiking trails and 4×4 tracks to explore. This sensational landscape is home to Namibia””s uniquely adapted desert elephant, with its longer legs and smaller tusks, which are frequent visitors to the area. These and a number of larger plains game, reptiles and invertebrates are abundant on the Grootberg Plateau and river valleys that carve deep furrows into the landscape, waiting to be discovered by those passing through. Each campsite boasts its own kitchen facilities, ablution facilities, with running water and braai facilities with abundant space for setting up camp. As part of the mission of the conservancy, careful thought and emphasis have been placed on minimising the impact to the environment. Ablution facilities, with flush toilets, are cleverly hidden amongst the rocks and the braai area doubles as a “donkey” system, that warms water for showers while the braai fires are burning. This mountainous area of Namibia is situated between the extreme desert aridity of the skeleton coast and the central plateau. Damaraland offers spectacular scenery and a variety of attractions ranging from fascinating geological formations to unique vegetation and the largest collection of ancient rock art in Southern Africa. Self Drive Tour Namibia parachute; get close up to our marine life – on foot, by boat or kayak. Explore the desert with expert guides; wander through the town to admire the beautiful architecture or relax and soak up the ambience of the quaint desert town. Day 11 Damaraland Hoada Campsite Hidden among large grey granite boulders and mopani trees, Hoada (pronounce Waada) Campsite offers travellers a serene home in the wilderness. The area, which is home to a variety of animals, offers spectacular views and a number of hiking trails and 4×4 tracks to explore. This sensational landscape is home to Namibia””s uniquely adapted desert elephant, with its longer legs and smaller tusks, which are frequent visitors to the area. These and a number of larger plains game, reptiles and invertebrates are abundant on the Grootberg Plateau and river valleys that carve deep furrows into the landscape, waiting to be discovered by those passing through. Each campsite boasts its own kitchen facilities, ablution facilities, with running water and braai facilities with abundant space for setting up camp. As part of the mission of the conservancy, careful thought and emphasis have been placed on minimising the impact to the environment. Ablution facilities, with flush toilets, are cleverly hidden amongst the rocks and the braai area doubles as a “donkey” system, that warms water for showers while the braai fires are burning. This mountainous area of Namibia is situated between the extreme desert aridity of the skeleton coast and the central plateau. Damaraland offers spectacular scenery and a variety of attractions ranging from fascinating geological formations to unique vegetation and the largest collection of ancient rock art in Southern Africa. Self Drive Tour Namibia parachute; get close up to our marine life – on foot, by boat or kayak. Explore the desert with expert guides; wander through the town to admire the beautiful architecture or relax and soak up the ambience of the quaint desert town. Day 11 Damaraland Hoada Campsite Hidden among large grey granite boulders and mopani trees, Hoada (pronounce Waada) Campsite offers travellers a serene home in the wilderness. The area, which is home to a variety of animals, offers spectacular views and a number of hiking trails and 4×4 tracks to explore. This sensational landscape is home to Namibia””s uniquely adapted desert elephant, with its longer legs and smaller tusks, which are frequent visitors to the area. These and a number of larger plains game, reptiles and invertebrates are abundant on the Grootberg Plateau and river valleys that carve deep furrows into the landscape, waiting to be discovered by those passing through. Each campsite boasts its own kitchen facilities, ablution facilities, with running water and braai facilities with abundant space for setting up camp. As part of the mission of the conservancy, careful thought and emphasis have been placed on minimising the impact to the environment. Ablution facilities, with flush toilets, are cleverly hidden amongst the rocks and the braai area doubles as a “donkey” system, that warms water for showers while the braai fires are burning. This mountainous area of Namibia is situated between the extreme desert aridity of the skeleton coast and the central plateau. Damaraland offers spectacular scenery and a variety of attractions ranging from fascinating geological formations to unique vegetation and the largest collection of ancient rock art in Southern Africa.
  • 8. Self Drive Tour Namibia Damaraland was an area occupied primarily by the Damara people, but it soon became the home of other tribes such as the Herero people and the displaced Riemvasmakers of South Africa. Today, many residents of Damaraland are thus of mixed heritage, but most consider themselves Damara. The Damara name is derived from the Nama word "Dama", meaning "who walked here". This is because the Damara were known to the Nama people by the footprints they left around waterholes. From their vantage point in the mountains, the Damara were quick to spot resources such as water or animals, on the plains below, and they were therefore able to be the first groups to reach these essential resources. KHORIXAS – Khorixas is the capital of Damaraland, formerly known as Welwitschia. The name Khorixas was taken from a Khoekhoen name for a tree with edible berries. TWYFELFONTEIN – Twyfelfontein is the largest known concentration of Stone Age petroglyphics in Namibia. Although the area was declared a national monument in 1952 some engravings were damaged and even removed. There are approximately 2 500 engravings around Twyfelfontein. The age of engravings has not been precisely determined but there is evidence that area was occupied as early as 6,000 years ago. The name Twyfelfontein means ''Doubtful fountain'' as was given by local farmer due to the unreliable water supply. Recommended time for a visit is early morning or late afternoon on account of high temperatures and the fact that engravings are not easy visible under direct sunlight. Location / Directions C39 from Khorixas, turn left on the road D3254 and right on 3214. There are signs along the route. ORGAN PIPES – This geological site is situated close to Twyfelfontein; the name derives from the rock columns that resemble the pipes on a large church organ. These were thought to have formed about 120 million years ago when volcanic dolerite shrank as it cooled, forming these marvellous vertical columns that have cracked into symmetrical shapes. Directions Retracing your tracks from Twyfelfontein, take the left fork on to the D3254. After about 3km there's a small gorge to your left, and above it a flat area used for parking. Leave your vehicle and take one of the paths down to the dry river bed. BURNT MOUNTAIN – The Burnt Mountain is located few kilometres from the site of Organ Pipes and visible from the road. The Karoo limestone which formed the mountain was deposited around 200 million years ago. About 120 million years ago, the same period when Organ Pipes were formed, volcanic lava intruded the limestone and caused metamorphism giving the mountain its distinctive colour. Self Drive Tour Namibia Damaraland was an area occupied primarily by the Damara people, but it soon became the home of other tribes such as the Herero people and the displaced Riemvasmakers of South Africa. Today, many residents of Damaraland are thus of mixed heritage, but most consider themselves Damara. The Damara name is derived from the Nama word "Dama", meaning "who walked here". This is because the Damara were known to the Nama people by the footprints they left around waterholes. From their vantage point in the mountains, the Damara were quick to spot resources such as water or animals, on the plains below, and they were therefore able to be the first groups to reach these essential resources. KHORIXAS – Khorixas is the capital of Damaraland, formerly known as Welwitschia. The name Khorixas was taken from a Khoekhoen name for a tree with edible berries. TWYFELFONTEIN – Twyfelfontein is the largest known concentration of Stone Age petroglyphics in Namibia. Although the area was declared a national monument in 1952 some engravings were damaged and even removed. There are approximately 2 500 engravings around Twyfelfontein. The age of engravings has not been precisely determined but there is evidence that area was occupied as early as 6,000 years ago. The name Twyfelfontein means ''Doubtful fountain'' as was given by local farmer due to the unreliable water supply. Recommended time for a visit is early morning or late afternoon on account of high temperatures and the fact that engravings are not easy visible under direct sunlight. Location / Directions C39 from Khorixas, turn left on the road D3254 and right on 3214. There are signs along the route. ORGAN PIPES – This geological site is situated close to Twyfelfontein; the name derives from the rock columns that resemble the pipes on a large church organ. These were thought to have formed about 120 million years ago when volcanic dolerite shrank as it cooled, forming these marvellous vertical columns that have cracked into symmetrical shapes. Directions Retracing your tracks from Twyfelfontein, take the left fork on to the D3254. After about 3km there's a small gorge to your left, and above it a flat area used for parking. Leave your vehicle and take one of the paths down to the dry river bed. BURNT MOUNTAIN – The Burnt Mountain is located few kilometres from the site of Organ Pipes and visible from the road. The Karoo limestone which formed the mountain was deposited around 200 million years ago. About 120 million years ago, the same period when Organ Pipes were formed, volcanic lava intruded the limestone and caused metamorphism giving the mountain its distinctive colour. Self Drive Tour Namibia Damaraland was an area occupied primarily by the Damara people, but it soon became the home of other tribes such as the Herero people and the displaced Riemvasmakers of South Africa. Today, many residents of Damaraland are thus of mixed heritage, but most consider themselves Damara. The Damara name is derived from the Nama word "Dama", meaning "who walked here". This is because the Damara were known to the Nama people by the footprints they left around waterholes. From their vantage point in the mountains, the Damara were quick to spot resources such as water or animals, on the plains below, and they were therefore able to be the first groups to reach these essential resources. KHORIXAS – Khorixas is the capital of Damaraland, formerly known as Welwitschia. The name Khorixas was taken from a Khoekhoen name for a tree with edible berries. TWYFELFONTEIN – Twyfelfontein is the largest known concentration of Stone Age petroglyphics in Namibia. Although the area was declared a national monument in 1952 some engravings were damaged and even removed. There are approximately 2 500 engravings around Twyfelfontein. The age of engravings has not been precisely determined but there is evidence that area was occupied as early as 6,000 years ago. The name Twyfelfontein means ''Doubtful fountain'' as was given by local farmer due to the unreliable water supply. Recommended time for a visit is early morning or late afternoon on account of high temperatures and the fact that engravings are not easy visible under direct sunlight. Location / Directions C39 from Khorixas, turn left on the road D3254 and right on 3214. There are signs along the route. ORGAN PIPES – This geological site is situated close to Twyfelfontein; the name derives from the rock columns that resemble the pipes on a large church organ. These were thought to have formed about 120 million years ago when volcanic dolerite shrank as it cooled, forming these marvellous vertical columns that have cracked into symmetrical shapes. Directions Retracing your tracks from Twyfelfontein, take the left fork on to the D3254. After about 3km there's a small gorge to your left, and above it a flat area used for parking. Leave your vehicle and take one of the paths down to the dry river bed. BURNT MOUNTAIN – The Burnt Mountain is located few kilometres from the site of Organ Pipes and visible from the road. The Karoo limestone which formed the mountain was deposited around 200 million years ago. About 120 million years ago, the same period when Organ Pipes were formed, volcanic lava intruded the limestone and caused metamorphism giving the mountain its distinctive colour.
  • 9. Self Drive Tour Namibia PETRIFIED FOREST – The site was declared a national monument in 1950. The Petrified Forest is the final resting place for a collection of huge, fossilised tree trunks. These trees were once part of an ancient forest and are thought to have been washed down from higher ground by floods. Around fifty trees can be seen and are thought to be around 200 million years old. Most are members of the gymnosperm family. Local guides escort visitors around an organised circuit and share their knowledge of this unique landscape feature. Note: It is strictly prohibited to remove or damage even small pieces of petrified wood Directions The turn off to the site of Petrified Forest is signposted 42 kilometres Day 12 & 13 Etosha Etosha Safari Camp (outside park) Set up under Mopane trees with loving care, this campsite offers guests many shady spots covered with lawn. Apart from showers, toilets and sink units there are several power points all over the site as well as mobile grills. Camping guests are welcome to use the swimming pool of neighbouring Etosha Safari Camp (a two minutes' walk). And those who want to treat themselves to dinner after an exciting day are most welcome at the camp's Okambashu restaurant. The Oshebeena bar next-door, decorated in typical township style, is just the place for a little get-together in the midst of African joie de vivre. Only 9 km away from Andersson gate, the camping site is the ideal basis for safari excursions into Etosha National Park. Etosha National Park is one of the world's pre-eminent wildlife areas. Etosha was proclaimed as Namibia’s first conservation area in 1907. With subsequent additions it became the largest game reserve in the world, covering a vast area of 93,240 km². For political considerations its size was progressively diminished, until by 1975 it had been reduced to its present surface area of 22,270 km². It is still one of the largest game reserves in Africa! A vast area on Namibia's central plateau, the park's focal point is the Etosha Pan - a flat saline desert, 130 km long by 50km at its widest in the eastern sector of the park. The Pan itself is believed to have originated over 12 million years ago as a shallow lake fed by the Kunene River. Subsequent climatic and tectonic changes have since lowered the water level so that the pan only holds water for a brief period each year - it teems with flamingos and pelicans in the summer. The saline and mineral residues together with moisture from perennial springs attract an immense number and variety of game and birds from mid March into November just before the new wet season starts. Self Drive Tour Namibia PETRIFIED FOREST – The site was declared a national monument in 1950. The Petrified Forest is the final resting place for a collection of huge, fossilised tree trunks. These trees were once part of an ancient forest and are thought to have been washed down from higher ground by floods. Around fifty trees can be seen and are thought to be around 200 million years old. Most are members of the gymnosperm family. Local guides escort visitors around an organised circuit and share their knowledge of this unique landscape feature. Note: It is strictly prohibited to remove or damage even small pieces of petrified wood Directions The turn off to the site of Petrified Forest is signposted 42 kilometres Day 12 & 13 Etosha Etosha Safari Camp (outside park) Set up under Mopane trees with loving care, this campsite offers guests many shady spots covered with lawn. Apart from showers, toilets and sink units there are several power points all over the site as well as mobile grills. Camping guests are welcome to use the swimming pool of neighbouring Etosha Safari Camp (a two minutes' walk). And those who want to treat themselves to dinner after an exciting day are most welcome at the camp's Okambashu restaurant. The Oshebeena bar next-door, decorated in typical township style, is just the place for a little get-together in the midst of African joie de vivre. Only 9 km away from Andersson gate, the camping site is the ideal basis for safari excursions into Etosha National Park. Etosha National Park is one of the world's pre-eminent wildlife areas. Etosha was proclaimed as Namibia’s first conservation area in 1907. With subsequent additions it became the largest game reserve in the world, covering a vast area of 93,240 km². For political considerations its size was progressively diminished, until by 1975 it had been reduced to its present surface area of 22,270 km². It is still one of the largest game reserves in Africa! A vast area on Namibia's central plateau, the park's focal point is the Etosha Pan - a flat saline desert, 130 km long by 50km at its widest in the eastern sector of the park. The Pan itself is believed to have originated over 12 million years ago as a shallow lake fed by the Kunene River. Subsequent climatic and tectonic changes have since lowered the water level so that the pan only holds water for a brief period each year - it teems with flamingos and pelicans in the summer. The saline and mineral residues together with moisture from perennial springs attract an immense number and variety of game and birds from mid March into November just before the new wet season starts. Self Drive Tour Namibia PETRIFIED FOREST – The site was declared a national monument in 1950. The Petrified Forest is the final resting place for a collection of huge, fossilised tree trunks. These trees were once part of an ancient forest and are thought to have been washed down from higher ground by floods. Around fifty trees can be seen and are thought to be around 200 million years old. Most are members of the gymnosperm family. Local guides escort visitors around an organised circuit and share their knowledge of this unique landscape feature. Note: It is strictly prohibited to remove or damage even small pieces of petrified wood Directions The turn off to the site of Petrified Forest is signposted 42 kilometres Day 12 & 13 Etosha Etosha Safari Camp (outside park) Set up under Mopane trees with loving care, this campsite offers guests many shady spots covered with lawn. Apart from showers, toilets and sink units there are several power points all over the site as well as mobile grills. Camping guests are welcome to use the swimming pool of neighbouring Etosha Safari Camp (a two minutes' walk). And those who want to treat themselves to dinner after an exciting day are most welcome at the camp's Okambashu restaurant. The Oshebeena bar next-door, decorated in typical township style, is just the place for a little get-together in the midst of African joie de vivre. Only 9 km away from Andersson gate, the camping site is the ideal basis for safari excursions into Etosha National Park. Etosha National Park is one of the world's pre-eminent wildlife areas. Etosha was proclaimed as Namibia’s first conservation area in 1907. With subsequent additions it became the largest game reserve in the world, covering a vast area of 93,240 km². For political considerations its size was progressively diminished, until by 1975 it had been reduced to its present surface area of 22,270 km². It is still one of the largest game reserves in Africa! A vast area on Namibia's central plateau, the park's focal point is the Etosha Pan - a flat saline desert, 130 km long by 50km at its widest in the eastern sector of the park. The Pan itself is believed to have originated over 12 million years ago as a shallow lake fed by the Kunene River. Subsequent climatic and tectonic changes have since lowered the water level so that the pan only holds water for a brief period each year - it teems with flamingos and pelicans in the summer. The saline and mineral residues together with moisture from perennial springs attract an immense number and variety of game and birds from mid March into November just before the new wet season starts.
  • 10. Self Drive Tour Namibia Of the 114 mammals species found in the park, several are rare and endangered, such as black rhino, cheetah and black-faced impala. The latter is endemic to north-western Namibia and south- western Angola. Etosha’s current population of more than 600 black rhino represents one of the few growing populations of black rhino in the world. Other large mammals in the park include giraffe, blue wildebeest, mountain and plains zebra, hyena and lion. Cheetah and leopard complete the trio of ‘big cats’. Antelope species range from kudu, gemsbok and the large and stately eland, to the diminutive Damara dik-dik. Smaller mammals include jackal, bat-eared fox, honey badger, warthog and the ubiquitous ground squirrel. Around 340 bird species occur in Etosha, about one third being migratory, including the European bee-eater and several species of waders. Larger birds include ostrich, kori bustard and greater and lesser flamingo, millions of which congregate on the pan to breed during a good rainy season. Ten of Etosha’s 35 raptor species are migratory. Those most commonly seen are lappet faced, white-backed and hooded vultures, while sightings of the Cape, Egyptian and Palmnut vultures have been recorded. There are eight species of owl, including pearlspotted and whitefaced, and four species of nightjar. Day 14 Windhoek Protea Hotel Fürstenhof Today you return on the B1 through the small towns of Otjiwarongo and Okahandja back to Windhoek. Day 15 Departure: Hosea Kutako International Airport The drive to the airport takes about 40minutes, and you’ll need to be at the airport 2hours prior to your departure flight. Please continue reading below for tour summary… Self Drive Tour Namibia Of the 114 mammals species found in the park, several are rare and endangered, such as black rhino, cheetah and black-faced impala. The latter is endemic to north-western Namibia and south- western Angola. Etosha’s current population of more than 600 black rhino represents one of the few growing populations of black rhino in the world. Other large mammals in the park include giraffe, blue wildebeest, mountain and plains zebra, hyena and lion. Cheetah and leopard complete the trio of ‘big cats’. Antelope species range from kudu, gemsbok and the large and stately eland, to the diminutive Damara dik-dik. Smaller mammals include jackal, bat-eared fox, honey badger, warthog and the ubiquitous ground squirrel. Around 340 bird species occur in Etosha, about one third being migratory, including the European bee-eater and several species of waders. Larger birds include ostrich, kori bustard and greater and lesser flamingo, millions of which congregate on the pan to breed during a good rainy season. Ten of Etosha’s 35 raptor species are migratory. Those most commonly seen are lappet faced, white-backed and hooded vultures, while sightings of the Cape, Egyptian and Palmnut vultures have been recorded. There are eight species of owl, including pearlspotted and whitefaced, and four species of nightjar. Day 14 Windhoek Protea Hotel Fürstenhof Today you return on the B1 through the small towns of Otjiwarongo and Okahandja back to Windhoek. Day 15 Departure: Hosea Kutako International Airport The drive to the airport takes about 40minutes, and you’ll need to be at the airport 2hours prior to your departure flight. Please continue reading below for tour summary… Self Drive Tour Namibia Of the 114 mammals species found in the park, several are rare and endangered, such as black rhino, cheetah and black-faced impala. The latter is endemic to north-western Namibia and south- western Angola. Etosha’s current population of more than 600 black rhino represents one of the few growing populations of black rhino in the world. Other large mammals in the park include giraffe, blue wildebeest, mountain and plains zebra, hyena and lion. Cheetah and leopard complete the trio of ‘big cats’. Antelope species range from kudu, gemsbok and the large and stately eland, to the diminutive Damara dik-dik. Smaller mammals include jackal, bat-eared fox, honey badger, warthog and the ubiquitous ground squirrel. Around 340 bird species occur in Etosha, about one third being migratory, including the European bee-eater and several species of waders. Larger birds include ostrich, kori bustard and greater and lesser flamingo, millions of which congregate on the pan to breed during a good rainy season. Ten of Etosha’s 35 raptor species are migratory. Those most commonly seen are lappet faced, white-backed and hooded vultures, while sightings of the Cape, Egyptian and Palmnut vultures have been recorded. There are eight species of owl, including pearlspotted and whitefaced, and four species of nightjar. Day 14 Windhoek Protea Hotel Fürstenhof Today you return on the B1 through the small towns of Otjiwarongo and Okahandja back to Windhoek. Day 15 Departure: Hosea Kutako International Airport The drive to the airport takes about 40minutes, and you’ll need to be at the airport 2hours prior to your departure flight. Please continue reading below for tour summary…
  • 11. Self Drive Tour Namibia TOUR SUMMARY DATE SERVICE BASIS Day 01 Protea Hotel Fürstenhof Bed & Breakfast Day 02 Kalahari Anib Lodge Campsite Only Day 03 Canon Roadhouse Campsite Campsite Only Day 04 Canon Roadhouse Campsite Campsite Only Day 05 Klein As Vista (Desert Horse Campsite) Campsite Only Day 06 Klein As Vista (Desert Horse Campsite) Campsite Only Day 07 Agama River Camp Campsite Only Day 08 Agama River Camp Campsite Only Day 09 Seabreeze Guesthouse Room Only Day 10 Seabreeze Guesthouse Room Only Day 11 Hoada Campsite Campsite Only Day 12 Etosha Safari Camp Campsite Only Day 13 Etosha Safari Camp Campsite Only Day 14 Protea Hotel Fürstenhof Bed & Breakfast Day 15 Departure TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE CURRENT EXCHANGE RATES – BOOK NOW & SAVE!!! Currency: Namibian Dollar N$1.00 = ZAR1.00 South African Rand. R or ZAR is South African Rand you can look at the exchange rates on the following website as a GUIDELINE only: www.xe.com This proposal is:  Is based on a minimum of 2 people traveling  Subject to the standard Terms & Conditions  Subject to availability of accommodation at time of booking  Prices quoted are subject to the availability of the services offered and subject to unforeseeable increases in supplier tariffs and exchange rates  All itineraries are subject to change Inclusive of:  Accommodation, Meals and Activities as per Itinerary  VAT  Fully Equipped Camping vehicle (4x4 DBL Cab) Rental Vehicle, unlimited miles Exclusive of:  Flights  Personal insurance  Visa Fees  Tips & Gratuities  Porterages Self Drive Tour Namibia TOUR SUMMARY DATE SERVICE BASIS Day 01 Protea Hotel Fürstenhof Bed & Breakfast Day 02 Kalahari Anib Lodge Campsite Only Day 03 Canon Roadhouse Campsite Campsite Only Day 04 Canon Roadhouse Campsite Campsite Only Day 05 Klein As Vista (Desert Horse Campsite) Campsite Only Day 06 Klein As Vista (Desert Horse Campsite) Campsite Only Day 07 Agama River Camp Campsite Only Day 08 Agama River Camp Campsite Only Day 09 Seabreeze Guesthouse Room Only Day 10 Seabreeze Guesthouse Room Only Day 11 Hoada Campsite Campsite Only Day 12 Etosha Safari Camp Campsite Only Day 13 Etosha Safari Camp Campsite Only Day 14 Protea Hotel Fürstenhof Bed & Breakfast Day 15 Departure TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE CURRENT EXCHANGE RATES – BOOK NOW & SAVE!!! Currency: Namibian Dollar N$1.00 = ZAR1.00 South African Rand. R or ZAR is South African Rand you can look at the exchange rates on the following website as a GUIDELINE only: www.xe.com This proposal is:  Is based on a minimum of 2 people traveling  Subject to the standard Terms & Conditions  Subject to availability of accommodation at time of booking  Prices quoted are subject to the availability of the services offered and subject to unforeseeable increases in supplier tariffs and exchange rates  All itineraries are subject to change Inclusive of:  Accommodation, Meals and Activities as per Itinerary  VAT  Fully Equipped Camping vehicle (4x4 DBL Cab) Rental Vehicle, unlimited miles Exclusive of:  Flights  Personal insurance  Visa Fees  Tips & Gratuities  Porterages Self Drive Tour Namibia TOUR SUMMARY DATE SERVICE BASIS Day 01 Protea Hotel Fürstenhof Bed & Breakfast Day 02 Kalahari Anib Lodge Campsite Only Day 03 Canon Roadhouse Campsite Campsite Only Day 04 Canon Roadhouse Campsite Campsite Only Day 05 Klein As Vista (Desert Horse Campsite) Campsite Only Day 06 Klein As Vista (Desert Horse Campsite) Campsite Only Day 07 Agama River Camp Campsite Only Day 08 Agama River Camp Campsite Only Day 09 Seabreeze Guesthouse Room Only Day 10 Seabreeze Guesthouse Room Only Day 11 Hoada Campsite Campsite Only Day 12 Etosha Safari Camp Campsite Only Day 13 Etosha Safari Camp Campsite Only Day 14 Protea Hotel Fürstenhof Bed & Breakfast Day 15 Departure TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE CURRENT EXCHANGE RATES – BOOK NOW & SAVE!!! Currency: Namibian Dollar N$1.00 = ZAR1.00 South African Rand. R or ZAR is South African Rand you can look at the exchange rates on the following website as a GUIDELINE only: www.xe.com This proposal is:  Is based on a minimum of 2 people traveling  Subject to the standard Terms & Conditions  Subject to availability of accommodation at time of booking  Prices quoted are subject to the availability of the services offered and subject to unforeseeable increases in supplier tariffs and exchange rates  All itineraries are subject to change Inclusive of:  Accommodation, Meals and Activities as per Itinerary  VAT  Fully Equipped Camping vehicle (4x4 DBL Cab) Rental Vehicle, unlimited miles Exclusive of:  Flights  Personal insurance  Visa Fees  Tips & Gratuities  Porterages
  • 12. Self Drive Tour Namibia  National Park Entrance fees (Approximately N$90.00 per person per day + N$10.00 for the vehicle)  Guide  Fuel (depending on vehicle size, roads, direction, distances, etc. the average is around N$600.00 per day)  All expenses of a personal nature  All optional excursions and activities Self Drive Tour Namibia  National Park Entrance fees (Approximately N$90.00 per person per day + N$10.00 for the vehicle)  Guide  Fuel (depending on vehicle size, roads, direction, distances, etc. the average is around N$600.00 per day)  All expenses of a personal nature  All optional excursions and activities Self Drive Tour Namibia  National Park Entrance fees (Approximately N$90.00 per person per day + N$10.00 for the vehicle)  Guide  Fuel (depending on vehicle size, roads, direction, distances, etc. the average is around N$600.00 per day)  All expenses of a personal nature  All optional excursions and activities

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