The outlet (in the morning) from Windhoek to Soussusvlei in the Namib Desert. The place is famous for its huge desert dunes, generally considered the highest in the world. After landing at the airport in Sessreim, guests are taken on tour cars in the vicinity of the famous sand dunes, reaching up to a height of 300 meters. Volunteers can even climb them. After seeing them up close – lodge’u plane flight to Wolwedans, which is located within the Namib Nature Reserve, where guests will spend 2 nights. In the afternoon excursion by cars in the area.
Flight to Luderitz on a day trip to the Gulf of Elizabeth. The biggest attraction will be a visit by former inhabitants abandoned the town of Luderitz, founded by German colonists in the early days, when Namibia was a German colony. After visiting the town and the adjoining diamond mine toll on the ocean coast and a visit to the colony of seals that live in the Gulf of Atlas. During the return flight guests will have the opportunity to see a bird’s eye view of Spencer Gulf, in which the Otavi shipwreck and another seal colony lounging on coastal rocks and penguins.
Lodge’u morning flight from Wolwedans to Swakompmund, during which the aircraft passengers will be able to see the aerial view of the Eduard Bohlen shipwreck at Conception Bay. After landing and refueling at Swakompmund, the flight will continue at low altitude along the Skeleton Coast to Cape Cross, which is the world’s largest seal colony. Then the plane will turn to the east, towards the desert, towards the Ugab, or desert land almost devoid of life, which look like a lunar landscape. After landing in the Valley Huab, guests will spend the night in lodge’u Kuidas. Nearby are the rock drawings made by ancient tribes inhabiting these lands centuries ago.
After breakfast leave by jeeps for a trip along the river Huab, during which you will be able to see up close the local flora, fauna and unusual shaped rock formations formed by solidified lava red and yellow sandstone. After returning to the camp and dinner – outlet plane back toward the Skeleton Coast. In this part of the coast there are two well-preserved shipwrecks Montrose and Henrietta. On the coast guests will change the cars and will be able to admire the unusual colors close to the coastal rocks agate, granite, lava and a huge amount of stranded whale bones. After returning to the aircraft – flight north to the valley Hoarusib where lodge’u Purros guests will spend the night.
After breakfast, excursion by car through the valley Hoarusib and a visit to the local village of nomads belonging to the Himba tribe. Along the way, with a little luck you can meet elephants living in the semi-arid areas. After returning to the camp – air outlet to the north, the river Kunene, lying on the border with Angola. During the flight, you will see Kaiu Maru shipwreck. After landing, the passengers will change the cars and will continue onward journey through mountains and sand dunes Hartmann valley, stretching to the river Kunene. During the stopover will be given lunch at a picnic. After reaching the lodge’u the river Kunene – time to relax.
Early morning boat excursion on the river Kunene, during which will be an opportunity to observe live birds and crocodiles there. After lunch – a return flight to Windhoek.