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Explore the mysteries of the Namibian desert and witness its awesome wildlife on a safari to Windhoek, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund and Etosha.

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Windhoek | Sossusvlei | Swakopmund | Etosha

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  • Awesome towering desert dunes.
  • Etosha’s enormous salt pan and waterholes where animals congregate to quench their thirst.


  • Sleeping on your rooftop under clear night skies.
  • Open vehicle safaris as you go in search of abundant wildlife.
  • Quad biking through the desert.


  • About and encounter desert adapted animals.
  • About and track the endangered black rhino.


At additional cost:

  • Soar silently above the magnificent sand dunes on an early morning balloon ride.

The experience educates our guests on the climate crisis and takes action to address its impacts and educates our guests on the importance of natural ecosystems or wildlife conservation and contributes to their restoration or repopulation.

Ongava Research Centre 's study on rhino genetics has been but one of their many success stories. Their breeding program consisted of only 6 white rhinos in 1995, currently the number is considerably higher. Ongava plays a great role in the conservation of black and white rhinos, thanks to the efforts of game wardens and the analysis of Ongava’s free-roaming rhino populations. The black rhinos fall under the Ministry of Environment and Tourism’s model of custodianship. Guests can visit the research centre while staying at Ongava Game Reserve.

Day 1 - Johannesburg/Windhoek

On arrival at Johannesburg’s Oliver Tambo International Airport collect your luggage and then clear immigration and customs. Re-check your bags for your regional flight to Windhoek’s Hosea Kutako International Airport, where you will be met by a Lion World Travel representative and transferred to the luxury Windhoek Country Club Resort.

Accommodation: Windhoek Country Club Resort - Luxury Room

Day 2 - Windhoek/Sossusvlei

Namibia Sand Dunes

Take a short flight to Sossusvlei to view the highest sand dunes in the world, constantly being reshaped and reformed by the wind. 

Please Note: Luggage restrictions on all Namibia light aircraft transfer flights is 20kg/44lbs in soft bags – including hand luggage.

Arrive at Kulala Desert Lodge with magnificent views of the dunes, surrounding mountains and vast open plains. Each unit is built on a wooden platform to catch the cooling breezes. 

Accommodation: Kulala Desert Lodge - Thatched & Canvas Room (B, L, D)

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Cape Town 

Aerial View of Cape Town

Enhance your African experience with a 3 or 4 night stay in Cape Town to allow sufficient time to experience all the city has to offer and to experience the diversity that is Africa.

Cape Town is the most popular tourist destination in South Africa due to its good climate, culture and scenic beauty. The city has several well-known natural features that attract tourists, most notably Table Mountain, for panoramic views of the city and Cape Point the dramatic headland at the end of the Cape Peninsula. Many tourists also drive along Chapman's Peak Drive, a scenic mountainous drive with views of the Atlantic Ocean and nearby mountains. A visit to Boulders Beach to see the adorable penguin colony is a favorite amongst visitors. The Cape Winelands offers wine estate tours and wine tastings, and scenic towns with their architectural heritage of Cape Dutch style buildings. The city has several notable cultural and heritage attractions. Robben Island is a poignant experience as visitors see where Nelson Mandela and other political prisoners were imprisoned.   Township tours of the Cape Flats and Khayelitsha provide insight into life in these vibrant communities. The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is one of the city's most popular shopping venues, with several hundred shops and the Two Oceans Aquarium.

Speak to your Lion World Travel Africa Specialist for more information on accommodations and prices.


After your Namibian experience you may wish to spend some time relaxing. Mozambique's azure waters and rugged coastline make it a little piece of paradise for visitors to laze on an unspoiled white sandy beach or experience adventures such as dolphin tours, island trips, watersports, and some of the best scuba diving in Africa.

Visit Magical Mozambique for further details.

Prices are per person in US Dollars, for land arrangements only, based on double occupancy accommodations. Based on a minimum of 2 passengers to operate. Single supplement pricing available on request. 

Internal air required for: Johannesburg-Windhoek-Johannesburg. Contact us for rates.

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 Jul 1 - Oct 31
Selling Price $14434


  • Air transfers within Namibia 
  • All accommodation and meals as specified in the itinerary 
  • Game activities as indicated
  • Transportation in luxury air-conditioned vehicles
  •  Sight-seeing as per itinerary led by an English-speaking guide
  • Entrance fees for sight-seeing as indicated 
  • Lion World Travel Representative meet and greet upon arrival


  • Regional flights: Johannesburg/Windhoek/Johannesburg
  • Items of a personal nature such as drinks, laundry and telephone calls, etc. 
  • All other services not mentioned 
  • Gratuities/Tips for game rangers, tour guides and drivers 
  • Costs of obtaining passports and/or visas
  • Trip Cancellation, Trip Interruption and Medical Insurance are required for the entire duration of your travels – please note that insurance for this trip is a mandatory requirement from suppliers in Africa – proof of insurance must be provided before bookings are confirmed. It is your personal responsibility to ensure you have enough travel insurance coverage from the provider of your choice. Please let your Africa Specialist know if you would like information on this.

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"Visiting Namibia is an experience like no other! It feels like you're visiting another planet. The stark, surreal landscapes coupled with its rare beauty and amazing game viewing opportunities make Namibia a destination you need to visit now."
- John Almeida, Groups Manager