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Animal Breeze – Safari – Luxury

8 Day Package – Luxury Safari

Windhoek – Swakopmund – Etosha national park – Erindi– Windhoek
8 Days / 7 Nights – Min 2 Pax – Max 8 Pax

Elephant at Etosha Park

Introduction to the All Inclusive, Luxury Safari

Starting in our beautiful capital Windhoek we explore the desert, ocean and animal life back Windhoek. This safari starts off to the Atlantic Ocean, home of the cape fur seal and many more. With a quick stop over in Swakopmund to get a taste of German cuisine. The wonderful animal life awaits as we make our way to Etosha national park in surge of the biggest land mammals and Erindi.

AccommodationBasisRoom TypeDuration
Beach LodgeFull BoardTwin Room3 Nights
Etosha SafariFull BoardTwin Room1 Night
King NehaleFull BoardTwin Room1 Night
ErindiFull BoardLuxury Suits2 Nights

Tour Price options:

Price are subject to change according to lodge availability and exchange rate.

PersonsUS$EURO €
2 - PeopleUS$ 5 585.00 Per person sharing€ 4 970.00 Per person sharing
4 - PeopleUS$ 3 790.00 Per person sharing€ 3 375.00 Per person sharing
6 - PeopleUS$ 3 195.00 Per person sharing€ 2 840.00 Per person sharing
8 - PeopleUS$ 2 895.00 Per person sharing€ 2 575.00 Per person sharing

Included in the Animal Breeze Luxury Safari

  • Accommodation, meals* and beverages**
  • *Breakfast, lunch and dinner
    • ** Alcohol limited to 3 beers or 3 glasses of wine pp
  • Activities as indicated per itinerary.
  • VAT + Tourism Levy.
  • Transfers to and from the Windhoek International Airport.
  • Transport will be in an appropriate vehicle for route.
  • AfriCam Safaris Guide/ Driver.
  • All entrance fees at National Parks and Sightseeing Attractions as per itinerary.
  • Snack bars, sparkling and still water in transport vehicle.

Excluded in the Animal Breeze Luxury Safari

  • Hard alcoholic drinks
  • Optional Excursions and Activities
  • Gratuities/ Tips
  • International Flights and Airport Taxes
  • Travel Insurance
  • All expenses of a personal nature.
  • All items of a personal nature such as laundry, bar tabs, phone calls etc.

For your direct booking with AFRICAM SAFARIS on this tour, Contact us here

Animal Breeze Safari Itinerary:

Day 1 – 3 : Beach lodge, Swakopmund

Swakopmund, Namibia coastal town

Arrival at the Windhoek International Airport, upon arrival you will be met by your AfriCam tour guide to embark on your journey to Swakopmund. One of the best coastal towns Namibia has to offer. Approximately 4 hours drive.

Swakopmund

(German for “Mouth of the Swakop”) is a city on the coast of western Namibia, 352 km (219 mi) west of the Namibian capital Windhoek via the B2 main road. It is the capital of the Erongo administrative district. The town has 44,725 inhabitants and covers 196 square kilometers (76 sq mi) of land. The city is situated in the Namib Desert and is the fourth largest population centre in Namibia.

Activities Included:

Historical desert tour, Historical Museum, Crystal Gallery

Activities as an optional add on:

Fishing, Quad Bike trails, Dune Boarding, Catamaran Tours, Dolphin Tours, Skydiving, Sandwich Harbour Experience

Namib Desert sand dunes

Overnight: Beach Lodge

Beach Lodge is one of the few accommodation establishments in Swakopmund that are situated right on the beach and in fact you will not be able to get any closer to the sea than this. Enjoy the magnificent view of the sea from each room, listen to the restless waves and smell the fresh sea breeze. We are approximately 5 km from the centre of town in a tranquil residential area with more than enough space to dream, relax or to take long leisurely walks along the beach. Beach Lodge offers accommodation in 2 standard family rooms, 10 twin rooms and 7 luxury rooms in different configurations, creating the ideal home away from home for the individual traveler, families and corporate travelers alike. We will spend 3 nights at Swakopmund to get rested after the long journey. Take time to relax by the ocean, take naps – get settled in and let your body get adjusted.

The above picture are copyright images from Beach Lodge Swakopmund

Day 4 : Etosha Safari Lodge, Etosha south

Early morning breakfast before driving to Etosha National Park is which is approximately 550 km away and should take about 6 hours to drive. “Etosha National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa and covers a vast area of 22,270 square km

Etosha Pan in the background

Etosha National Park

Situated in northwestern Namibia, the Etosha National Park offers a premier game viewing experience. The park’s diverse vegetation ranges from dense bush to open plains attracting a variety of wildlife. Located in the heart of the park is the Etosha Pan – a shallow depression that covers an area of 5000 square kilometres. Dry and shimmering for most of the year, the pans fill up with water after seasonal rains, making it the perfect habitat for wildlife. In the dry season, the wildlife is attracted to the perennial springs and waterholes that makes for excellent game viewing. Visitors can look forward to world-class game viewing including a variety of large mammals such as lion, elephant, leopard, rhino, zebra, giraffe, a diversity of birdlife such as flamingos and pelicans.

Activities Included:

Okaukuejo Water Hole, Guided Game Drives,

Activities as an optional add on:

Night Drives

Overnight: Etosha Safari Lodge

Join us at this stylish lodge overlooking a vast expanse of mopane woodland. Space is an attractive element at Etosha Safari Lodge with its lavish view, spacious deck- and dining-area and airy rooms with private verandas. It’s the place to open doors to the mystery and magic of Etosha, ‘Place of Legends

The above picture are copyright images from Etosha Safari Lodge

Day 5: King Nehale, Etosha north- east

Days will start early with breakfast, before moving into Etosha were most of the day will be spent looking for the for the elusive animals like lion, leopard, rhino and elephants.

Etosha pan

The salt pan during drought, broken up but still with animal tracks. The salt pans are the most noticeable geological features in the Etosha national park. The main depression covers an area of about 5,000 square kilometres (1,900 sq mi), and is roughly 130 km (81 mi) long and as wide as 50 km (31 mi) places. The hyper saline conditions of the pan limit the species that can permanently inhabit the pan itself; occurrences of extremophile micro-organisms are present, which species can tolerate the hyper saline conditions. The salt pan is usually dry, but fills with water briefly in the summer, when it attracts pelicans and flamingos in particular. In the dry season, winds blowing across the salt pan pick up saline dust and carry it across the country and out over the southern Atlantic. This salt enrichment provides minerals to the soil downwind of the pan on which some wildlife depends, though the salinity also creates challenges to farming. The Etosha Pan was one of several sites throughout southern Africa in the Southern African Regional Science Initiative (SAFARI 2000). Using satellites, aircraft, and ground based data from sites such as Etosha, partners in this program collected a wide variety of data on aerosols, land cover, and other characteristics of the land and atmosphere to study and understand the interactions between people and the natural environment.

Activities Included:

Namutoni Water Hole, Guided Game Drives

Activities as an optional add on:

Self-Drive Routes, Night Drives

Overnight: King Nehale Lodge

Exciting developments are afoot. Gondwana Collection Namibia is opening a new lodge 1km north of the King Nehale Gate on the northern border of Etosha National Park. Etosha King Nehale will host 40 rooms, which will pay homage to the rich cultural heritage of the area. The lodge is situated in the King Nehale Conservancy.

The area is characterized by vast and spectacular landscapes including the Andoni Plains, artesian springs and woodlands. To the north, the conservancy is surrounded by the pulsating life of the communal areas of the Oshikoto, Oshana, Ohangwena and Omusati Regions. Guests have the opportunity to combine the cultural vibrancy of so-called Owamboland with the natural wonders of the rarelyfrequented northern part of the Etosha National Park.

The above pictures are copyright images from King Nehale Lodge.

Day 6 – 7 : Erindi, Erindi private game reserve

Elephant at Erindi

It’s a short 2 hour drive to your next lodge were the rest of the morning can be spent relaxing by the pool, making use of the lodge Spa facilities or just relaxing by the waterhole while the animals have a drink. Before the afternoon game drive.

Erindi Private game reserve

Erindi Private Game Reserve is a protected reserve in Namibia, located southeast of Omaruru. It is a private game reserve located on a central plateau in Namibia, just three hours north of Windhoek. The reserve rests in between the towns of Otjiwarongo, Omaruru and Okahandja. The land on which Erindi was founded, has been reclaimed as part of a massive rehabilitation and conservation venture. The owners, Chris and Gert Joubert, originally bought the 70 719 hectares of land with the intention of going into cattle farming. It was soon realized that farming cattle is an extremely costly practice, and they abandoned the idea in favor of a private game reserve. The aim was to restore endemic species to the area, with the hope that they would once again thrive there.

Cheetah at Erindi Park

Activities Included:

Game Drive in the morning, Game Drive in the afternoon

Activities as an optional add on:

Drives Night or Leopard project, Sun village walk or Cheetah walk, Telemetry tracking or pangolin tracking, Birding.

Overnight: Erindi

Erindi Private Game Reserve is a protected reserve in central Namibia. Erindi, meaning “place of water”, is a sustainable natural wonderland. We are custodians to the most prolific amount of endemic species and multiple conservation projects. With 70,719 hectares of pristine wilderness under our care, we have undertaken an immense task to pursue conservation initiatives in the name of eco-friendly tourism, whilst empowering our local communities. Today, Erindi is an idyllic retreat boasting two camps, a rich cultural heritage, knowledgeable guides and unmatched hospitality – ensuring visitors have the kind of safari that lives in memory for a lifetime.

The above pictures are copyright images from Erindi Private Game Reserve.

Day 8 – Departure, Windhoek

For your direct booking with AFRICAM SAFARIS on this tour, Contact us here

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