16 nights’ accommodation in our partner properties in Windhoek, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Damaraland, Etosha National Park and Otjiwarongo regions.
Embark on outstanding game drives in Namibia’s diverse landscapes, witnessing incredible wildlife like cheetah, rhino, leopard and the desert-adapted lion.
Allow us to arrange extra-special family activities like a living desert tour, quad biking and a Pelican Point seal and dolphin kayaking excursion.
Allow us to arrange dinner reservations in some of our favourite family-friends restaurants throughout Namibia.
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Namibia is a land of vast blue skies and endless horizons. It contains the world’s oldest desert, otherworldly sand dunes and is one of Southern Africa’s best places to view wildlife. On this 16-night family trip to Namibia, experience the ultimate adventure.
Depart year round.
Depart from Dublin Airport to Windhoek, with a connecting flight in Doha. Privately transfer to an OROKO partner hotel for your one-night stay. In the morning, our local representative will discuss your itinerary in detail and provide you with your 4x4 self-drive vehicle.
Drive to the gateway of Sossusvlei for your three-night luxury stay in the home of the iconic red desert dunes.
Sossusvlei is a salt and clay pan that is surrounded by mesmerising dunes in the Namib Desert. There are endless experiences on offer including Deadvlei excursions and hot air ballooning.
Drive along the scenic coastline, reaching the seaside town of Swakopmund.
Check in to one of our partner hotels for your four-night stay. The capital of the Skeleton Coast, it’s the perfect base from which to enjoy excursions like quad biking, sandboarding and an all-time favourite of ours, kayaking off the Pelican Point Peninsula.
Allow us to arrange an unforgettable, guided living desert tour, perfect for all the family.
Embark on a 4x4 adventure through the desert dunes, discovering fascinating creatures like the Namaqua chameleon and black scorpion, learning how they manage to prosper in such a harsh environment.
Drive to Damaraland and spend two nights in a luxury mountain camp set against the backdrop of Grootberg Massif.
Enjoy guided morning walks and afternoon game drives in search of desert-adapted wildlife like black rhino and desert lion. After campfire dinners, experience a memorable star-gazing session, where your guide will point out the various constellations of the Milky Way.
Next stop is Etosha National Park, where you will spend two nights in Okaukuejo Rest Camp.
Famous for its watering hole, animal activity is abundant during the morning. After sunset, floodlights illuminate the watering hole, making it the best place to spot the endangered black rhino.
Staying in Etosha, spend two nights on the eastern doorstep of the world-famous national park.
Home to an outstanding diversity of game, spot animals such as leopards, kudu, oryx, lions and giraffe on the grasslands.
Your final stop is a two-night stay in Otjiwa Lodge which is set amidst Namibia’s oldest game farm.
Surrounded by 22,000 hectares of land and over 20 water dams, you will be surrounded by over 25 species of wildlife that call it their home. Take part in a variety of game activities like rhino tracking, guided walks and of course, exciting game drives.
Your self-drive adventure has come to an end.
Drive to Windhoek Airport for your international flight home. Arrive in Dublin.
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Situated in Namibia’s oldest game farm, Otjiwa Safari Lodge is perfect for an authentic safari experience. Otjiwa comprises of 22,000 hectares of land in total and is home to over 20 water dams. More than 25 species of wildlife call this place their home including the white rhino, a mammal that has recently been brought back from the brink of extinction.
Okaukuejo Rest Camp
Famous for its floodlit waterhole Okaukuejo Rest Camp is also the administrative centre of Etosha. After sunset floodlights illuminate the waterhole. This is the best time and place to see the endangered black rhino. This archaic mammal can often be seen drinking alongside lion and elephant. The number and interaction of the animals is the major drawcard of Okaukuejo Rest Camp in Namibia.
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