$600 off per person ($1200 per couple) for all 2023 departures
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Namibia Expedition

Etosha, Sossusvlei Dunes, and the Tok Tokkie Trail

What Makes Our Namibia Expedition Special?

The Most Extensive and Diverse Namibia — We get you far off the beaten track, and offer an unmatched range of activities on safari.

Enchanting Accommodations — You’ll have unrivaled comfort at private tented camps sited for access to rare wildlife, and charming lodges inside parks and game preserves.

Custom-Built Vehicles & Guaranteed Window Seats — Our air-conditioned Land Cruisers give each passenger a great view and ample space. We also include a private charter flight along the Diamond Coast!

Small Groups & the same Expert Leader Throughout Your Safari — With a maximum of 12 adventurers per departure, our small group size ensures that you never feel crowded or rushed.

Be Part of the Greatest Conservation Story Ever Told — Over 40% of Namibia’s land is preserved; the country is now home to the only growing wildlife population in all of Africa.


In addition to utterly surreal beauty, Namibia has fantastic wildlife, including the largest population of free-roaming black rhino in Africa, the highest cheetah population in the world, and rare desert-adapted elephant. Our safari will have you tracking rhino on foot, climbing the colossal Sossusvlei Dunes, looking for wildlife on Etosha’s salt pans, and hiking the Tok Tokkie Trail across the desert, with nights in “dune beds” beneath the star-studded sky in Africa’s first Dark Sky Reserve. Along the way, enjoy a wonderful diversity of activities, special access to private concessions and wildlife reserves, and accommodations as unique as Namibia itself.

Itinerary at a Glance

Days 1-2
Windhoek / Okonjima

We head to Okonjima, home to the AfriCat Foundation, a rehabilitation center for injured or captured big cats, as well as a crucial research and education center. We’ll learn about their conservation efforts and have up-close encounters tracking leopard.

Galton House
Windhoek, Namibia
Day 1 (1 night), Day 13 (1 night)
Okonjima Bush Camp
Omboroko Mountains, Namibia
Day 2 (1 night)
Days 3-4
Etosha National Park

This massive park, one of the largest in Africa, holds Namibia’s greatest concentrations of wildlife. On Etosha’s ethereal salt pans, dotted by waterholes, we explore by 4WD vehicle on the lookout for elephant, lion, giraffe, blue wildebeest, kudu, oryx, zebra, and more.

Ongava Lodge
Ongava Game Reserve, Namibia
Days 3 to 4 (2 nights)
Days 5-8
Damaraland / Save the Rhino Trust / Twyfelfontein

Damaraland is a realm of ephemeral rivers and ancient terraces formed by wind and water. From our exclusive camp, we’ll have behind-the-scenes access with the trackers and rangers of Save the Rhino Trust, and also the thrill of tracking rhino on foot. Damaraland’s wildlife has adapted to harsh, dry conditions—the elephants here walk for days to find water. Other wildlife includes giraffe, oryx, and springbok. Heading to Twyfelfontein, a World Heritage Site, we walk among sandstone boulders that hold some 2,500 prehistoric engravings in a great gallery of petroglyphs, including intriguing shamanic symbols.

Huab Under Canvas
Damaraland, Namibia
Days 5 to 6 (2 nights)
Camp Kipwe
Twyfelfontein, Namibia
Days 7 to 8 (2 nights)
Days 9-11
Swakopmund / Sossusvlei Dunes

From the coastal town of Swakopmund, a scenic flight brings us into Namib-Naukluft National Park. We overnight at a lodge right inside the park, allowing sunrise access so we can photograph and climb these imposing dunes (among the highest in the world!) while the light is right.

The Delight Swakopmund
Swakopmund, Namibia
Day 9 (1 night)
Dead Valley Lodge
Sesriem, Namibia
Day 10 (1 night)
Tok Tokkie Trail
NamibRand Nature Reserve, Namibia
Days 11 to 12 (2 nights)
Days 12-14
Tok Tokkie Trail / Windhoek

For two days, we hike the remote Tok Tokkie Trail across the private NamibRand Nature Reserve, with an expert guide to unlock its secrets. We always time our trips for the new moon so you enjoy phenomenally clear night skies—you might even see satellite galaxies of the Milky Way! Depart on Day 14 via Windhoek.

Tok Tokkie Trail
NamibRand Nature Reserve, Namibia
Days 11 to 12 (2 nights)
Galton House
Windhoek, Namibia
Day 13 (1 night)



Track leopard and rhino at Okonjima
Experience world-class game viewing in Etosha National Park
Track desert rhino on foot in Damaraland with the Save the Rhino Trust
Climb and photograph Sossusvlei Dunes at sunrise
Hike the Tok Tokkie Trail, sleep under an incredible night sky


Length: 14 days
Cost From: $9995  
Arrive: Windhoek, Namibia
Depart: Windhoek, Namibia
Lodging: 8 nights deluxe wildlife camps, 2 nights open-air camping, 1 night hotel, 2 nights guesthouse
Meals: All meals included as indicated in the Detailed Itinerary (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
Activity: Safaris, Wildlife and Natural History, Walking, Cultural Adventures
Trip Level:

Game viewing by 4WD vehicle, easy to moderate hiking

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