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Namibia, Southern Africa

Best time to travel
Year - round
Ideal length
15 nights
From (incl. flights)
€7,999 pp sharing
Perfect for
Tweens & Teens

At a glance

  • Flights to Cape Town and returning from Windhoek Eros Airport.
  • All private transfers and guiding requirements.
  • 15 nights' accommodation including in Cape Town, Swakopmund, Twyfelfontein, Etosha and Okonjima National Park
  • Allow us to arrange experiences like private surf lessons, a visit to a local penguin colony and a guided desert elephant drive.
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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.

Trip Overview

On this 15 night trip, you’ll experience everything Namibia has to offer and OROKO can customise every detail of your visit to make your adventure unforgettable. We know which flights work with our itineraries and our relationships with a range of airlines benefit you.

Depart year-round.
Depart from Dublin Airport and arrive in Doha Hamad Airport where you will transfer to Cape Town International Airport.
Namibia
You will be privately transferred to One&Only Cape Town where you will spend three nights.
On arrival in Cape Town, your local guide will pick you up and transfer your family to the beach suburb of Muizenberg for wonderful private surf lessons followed by lunch in this buzzy locale. You will continue to Boulder beach to visit the resident penguin colony for the afternoon before returning to your hotel in the evening.
Relax at the One&Only hotel, which has a dedicated Kids Only Club.
The bustling city of Cape Town is right at your doorstep, explore the infamous V&A Waterfront and marina.
One & Only Cape Town
Depart from Cape Town International Airport and arrive in Walvis Bay Airport,
Meet our local guide on arrival who will assist with your vehicle pick up and will travel with you to Villa Margherita in nearby Swakopmund, where you will spend four nights. The stylishly designed guest house is well located in this colonial town turned adventure-hub.
Swakopmund
Your guide will give you a detailed orientation.
This will provide you with all the local information you need for your road trip ahead and will meet up with you again the following day. Spend a couple of days exploring the unique coastal scenery near Swakopmund, sandboarding in the sand dunes, sea kayaking and enjoying the local welcome.
Sandboarding Swakopmund
Drive to Twyfelfontein Country Lodge which is located on a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
You will stay here for two nights. Embark on a guided desert elephant drive with our expert guides. Enjoy the thrill of searching for the desert-adapted elephants that can only be found in two places in the world.
Twyfelftein
Meet your dedicated naturalist guide for a trip out into the desert with the kids.
This excursion is a big hit with young and old. Drive north to Etosha National Park where you will spend two nights at Okaukuejo Camp. Famous for its watering hole, animal activity is abundant during the morning. After sunset floodlights illuminate the waterhole, making it the best place to spot the endangered black rhino.
Etosha National Park
Encounter some of Africa’s stunning wildlife on guided game drives in Western Etosha National Park.
Your experienced guide will follow the best routes for spotting wildlife depending on the time of the year.
Springbok in the Etosha National Park
Embark on a self-drive safari across Etosha National Park.
Drive through the vast national park from west to east along the designated route, encountering the endangered black rhino, leopards, elephants and lions. Drive to Mushara Lodge, where you will spend two nights. This family-run lodge is located on its own private reserve and offers spacious chalet living.
Mushara Lodge
Experience an early morning game drive in Eastern Etosha with your private guide.
Spot animals such as the zebra, kudu, oryx, wildebeest and giraffe on the grasslands. Drive to Okonjima Plains Camp, where you will spend your final night. Okonjima is home to the AfriCat Foundation, allowing all guests to have the opportunity to watch researchers at work during their stay.
Okonjima and Cheetah
Accompanying an experienced guide, enjoy a truly unique cheetah tracking experience.
The Rescue and Release programme at AfriCat’s Carnivore Care Centre allows cheetahs to be released within the Okonjima Nature Reserve.
Okonjima Plains Camp
Drive from Okonjima Plains to Windhoek Eros Airport where you will return home to Dublin Airport.
There will be connecting flights in Johannesburg and Frankfurt.

Tailoring your holiday

OROKO Itineraries are created with you in mind and no two are the same. These can be used to help plan your trip - or we can design a completely different itinerary to suit you.

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Accommodation

Where to rest your head

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One-and-Only-Cape-Town

One & Only Cape Town

This urban chic hotel offers guests a new level of sophistication on Cape Town’s waterfront. The One & Only spa is located on its own private island and is the perfect place to restore and unwind. Ideal for foodies, Legendary Michelin-starred chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa brings his culinary wizardry to Nobu and local celebrity chef Reuben Riffel recently opened Reuben’s, a celebration of Cape Town’s rich culinary heritage. Both dynamic restaurants are connected by Vista Bar in the very heart of the resort with commanding views of Table Mountain.

Twyfelfontein-Country-Lodge

Twyfelfontein Country Lodge, Namibia

Twyfelfontein Country Lodge is situated conveniently close to the famous rock engraving site. The lodge is run in partnership with the community with some of the profits going to help support local community projects. Activities include guided tours of the rock art, the Organ Pipes and Burnt Mountain and nature drives to search for desert-adapted wildlife.

Mushara-Lodge

Mushara Lodge, Etosha National Park

Mushara is a family-run lodge located in Etosha National Park near the Von Lindequist Gate. While staying here, you can look forward to an excellent experience and high standards of service and comfort. In between exciting Etosha Park game drives, you could relax in the thatched public area which includes a small library with a selection of books, a bar with an extensive wine cellar, a dining area and an airy lounge complete with a cosy fireplace.

Okonjima-Plains

Okonjima Plains Camp, Namibia

Okonjima is located to the northwest of Windhoek. The camp is home to the AfriCat Foundation, and guests will have the unique opportunity to watch the researchers at work and to participate in radio-tracking on foot. The main hide is a fantastic spot for wildlife viewing with more than 300 species identified. Look out for the local porcupines, honey badgers and many other nocturnal species.

What people are saying

OROKO created the honeymoon of our dreams in South Africa. The consultation process was very laid-back and conversational. The whole process overall was really quite quick and smooth. There was no trawling through the internet for hours late at night, weighing up costs and reviews of hotels and transfer companies etc – it was all done for us based on the OROKO travel experts’ experiences – which we found to be absolutely spot on. Choosing a ‘luxury travel’ company was a little daunting: We wanted a special honeymoon without spending silly money – and OROKO worked very well with this brief. Believe me when I say our accommodation could not have been more perfect for us. It really was the holiday of our dreams.

Angharad & husband – Honeymoon 2019

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