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Namibia To Cape Town Family Odyssey

20 May, 2023

Namibia To Cape Town Family Odyssey

Available Date:
27th Dec23 – 7th Jan 2024


Few countries in Africa can match Namibia’s sheer natural beauty. The country’s name derives from its (and the world’s) oldest desert, the Namib, and there are few more stirring desert realms on the planet – from the stunning sand sea and perfect dead-tree valleys at Sossusvlei to the otherworldliness of sand dunes plunging down to the ocean at Sandwich Harbour and the Skeleton Coast.

Expedition Itinerary

Day One (27th Dec): Fly into Windhoek

Our trip starts with a flight to Windhoek, Namibia. Transfer from the airport to the camp to arrive in time for lunch, check in, and settle in for the afternoon.
Spend the afternoon relaxing and shopping. A short town tour can show you the highlights of the town.

Day Two (28th Dec): Windhoek to Swakopmund to Walvis bay

Today we travel to the Atlantic coast of Namibia stopping to explore Spitzkoppe peak along the way. Swakopmund is a colonial town established by Germans in 1982. Take time to explore the elegant arts & crafts shops, restaurants, and the coastal beach. Drive to Walvis bay down the coast for the night.
Overnight Stay: Lagoon Chalets on Rooms;

Day Three (29th Dec): Adventure Day around Walvis & Swakopmund

Today is your chance to experience the adrenalin-filled activities on offer. Take a quad bike over the dunes, try sand boarding, sky diving, or take a cruise to see dolphins along the coast of Swakopmund.
You can also take time to wander and explore the town on foot.
Overnight Stay: Lagoon Chalets on Rooms;

Day Four (30th Dec): Swakopmund to Seriem

After our exciting activities and sightseeing in Swakopmund, we drive south into the ancient Namib Desert. Namib Naukluft National Park is one of the oldest deserts we have in the world. We camp in a scenic spot near the Sesriem Canyon experiencing the vast star-studded sky and silence of the Namib Desert.
Overnight stay: Sossus Oasis Camp

Day Five (31st Dec): Sesriem to Fish River canyon

Today we wake up before dawn for one of the highlights of the trip, hiking up Dune 45 in the Sossusvlei Dunes area to watch the sun rise over the Namib Desert. The hike up this well-known dune is relatively easy and well worth it, for the panoramic views and excellent photographic opportunities from the top. After our nature walks, return to camp for breakfast and then depart for Fish River Canyon.
We get to visit the 3rd largest canyon in the world, Fish River Canyon, before heading to Ais Ais Hot Springs where we can take a dip at the hot water pools.
Overnight Stay: Ai-Ais Hot Springs Camp

Day Six: (1st Jan)

Relax, Rest and Chill at the hotel.
Overnight Stay: Ai-Ais Hot Springs Camp

Day Seven (2nd Jan): Fish River Canyon to Gariep (Orange) River

In the morning depart for the South African Border. Embark on immigration protocols before driving to camp. Our campsite lies on the banks of the Gariep River, formerly called the Orange River. This afternoon you can unwind at the scenic camp and take a swim, raft or kayak in the river from the South African side.
Overnight Stay: Fiddler-Creek camp;

Day Eight (3rd Jan): Orange River to Cederberg(ZA)

Today we take a drive through the Northern Cape and Namaqualand, a region famous for its prolific wildflowers in spring.
We make our way into the beautiful mountains of the Cederberg in South Africa. Known for its rugged mountains, verdant valleys, and citrus farms, the Cederberg is named after the endangered Clan William Cedar tree, endemic to this part of South Africa. The Cederberg is also famous for the endemic rooibos plants that only grow here, and are used to produce a hugely popular, healthy tea. Our campsite tonight is surrounded by wine farms, and we get the opportunity to sample some.
Overnight Stay: Rondeberg Resort

Day Nine (4th Jan): Cederberg to Cape Town (ZA)

Today we make our final journey passing through Citrusdal to the Western Cape Province and then on to Cape Town.
Overnight Stay: ONOMO Hotel Cape Town – Inn On The Square

Day Ten & Eleven, (5th, & 6th): Cape Town 

Explore cape Town. From Winelands, Cape Peninsula tour, Robben Island, Table Mountain, Table Mountain to Bookap and the magnificent V&A Waterfront.

Day Twelve (7th Jan): Fly out to Nairobi

Fly Out to Nairobi late in the afternoon to arrive early in the night

Expedition Charges

Ground Adventure Package
Adult – USD 1680

Flight Ticket (Ethiopian Airline)
– Subject to change at the time of booking
Adult – USD 1,090

Package Includes:

  • Transport in 4×4 Double Cab Vehicles to include fuel and driver allowances.
  • Accommodation on a sharing basis
  • Camping Fees & Camping gear
  • Meals on Half Board
  • Crew: Tour Leader, Driver & Chef
  • Sesriem Desert Tour
  • Ais Ais Hotspring Entry
  • Fish River Canyon entry
  • Return flight Tickets. Subject to change and availability at the time of booking

Optional Adventure Activities

Activity Cost
Town Tour 15$
Quad Biking + Sandboarding Combo $48
Skydiving $235
Sandwich Harbour Tour $ 126
Orange River
Half-Day River Trip $ 30
Wine Farm Tour TBC

Payment and Booking

Mpesa Payments – The prevailing USD exchange rate applicable.
Make payments via MPESA Paybill 695596 Account (Your Name-Namibia)

Contact our office for Bank Payment Details

Payable in installments. A deposit of 30% confirms your booking on the trip

Confirmations and queries must be confirmed with 0729 995 059 | [email protected]

All Booking Terms and Conditions apply

At a glance
  • USD 1380
Jemoh Maina,

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