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The Namib, world's oldest desert; Apricot dunes at sunrise; Kaleidoscope of cultures; Swakopmund: charming seaside town; Rugged Skeleton Coast; Etosha: Africa's undiscovered wildlife gem
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Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Mon 22 Sep 2014||Fri 03 Oct 2014||$3630|
|Fri 31 Oct 2014||Tue 11 Nov 2014||$3630|
|Mon 13 Apr 2015||Fri 24 Apr 2015||$3630|
|Mon 18 May 2015||Fri 29 May 2015||$3630|
|Tue 04 Aug 2015||Sat 15 Aug 2015||$3630|
|Mon 21 Sep 2015||Fri 02 Oct 2015||$3630|
|Fri 30 Oct 2015||Tue 10 Nov 2015||$3630|
Optional Single Supplement: $720 (number of singles limited).
This tour may require a mandatory single supplement charge of $360, if twin-sharing accommodation is unavailable.
This 12-day tour of Namibia takes us along the dense streets of its capital city, Windhoek, where we walk among people from the numerous tribes that wear a mixture of traditional and contemporary dress. This country's captivating history shines through its architecture from the turn of the century, but a sense of modernism is kept alive through its vibrant culture. Once we're outside of the city, the colourful Sossusvlei sand dunes tower above us with their record-breaking heights of 300 metres. What would a trip to Africa be without a day spent game-viewing? Etosha National Park's "salt desert" is an important resource for the mixture of wildlife that inhabits this land. Naukluft National Park yields an excellent display of animals as diverse as the baboon, rock hyrax or leopard. This is a perfect adventure through a country that serves as an excellent showcase of what makes Africa such a compelling continent for so many travellers.
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