14 days from/to Windhoek
from €2,926

On this guided camping and lodge safariyou will get to know the most beautiful places in Namibia. From the highest dunes in the world – in Sossusvlei – to the coastal town of Swakopmund, the highest mountain in Namibia the Brandberg, to the wildlife-rich Etosha National Park and into Bushmanland with a visit to the San, the “oldest people in the world”, this fascinating round trip takes you through Namibia.


  • Sossusvlei with the highest dunes in the world
  • fascinating landscapes of the Namib Desert
  • Game drives in Etosha National Park
  • the coastal town of Swakopmund with its colonial flair
  • various activities like: skydiving, Little Big Five Desert Tour, quadbike, boat tours possible (optional)
  • Visit the seal colony – Cape Cross
  • Visit to the Bushman drawings (White Lady) at Brandberg,
  • Game drive in the Ugab at the Brandberg – encounter with the rare desert elephants possible
  • Bushmanland with insight into the culture of the San (Bushmen), visit of a Living Museum
  • Cheetahs up close and personal
group size 3 – 6
Accommodation Entrance fees
Catering according to offer Guide
Pocket money


Additional information

ReiseartAccommodations: Camping and lodge

Tag 1: Ankunft Windhoek - Sesriem

Welcome to Namibia!

After your arrival at Windhoek International Airport – if possible you should arrive in the morning – your German-speaking Rafiki-X-Dream tour guide will be waiting for you. Afterwards the journey goes through the Khomas highland, along the Naukluft mountains to Sesriem. In the middle of the Namib-Naukluft-Park lies the Sossusvlei. Here are the highest dunes in the world. With heights of up to 300 meters, the sand mountains rise like an amphitheater around the huge salt pan, also called Vlei.

Overnight: Campsite in/near Sesriem with pool (B, M, A)


Tag 2: Sesriem

Shortly before sunrise we drive to Sossusvlei to the highest dunes in the world, Death Vlei and the canyon in Sossusvlei National Park. An approx. 1-2 hour hike in the dunes and to Death Valley is on the program. On the way back we will visit the Tsauchab- Naukluft Canyon followed by a hike. Around noon we are back at our campsite and can relax at the pool.

Overnight: Campsite in/near Sesriem with pool (B, M, A)


Tag 3: Sesriem - Swakopmund

Along the Naukluft Mountains, via Ghaub – and Kuiseb- Pass we drive to Walvis Bay. Here you could admire the flamingos at the lagoon. Afterwards we continue to the coastal town of Swakopmund.

Overnight stay: Guesthouse in/ near Swakopmund in double room (B) – possible accommodation in Swakopmund – accommodation


Day 4 and 5: Swakopmund

These days are available for Swakopmund and surroundings. Enjoy the colonial flair, during a stroll through the city, visit the aquarium, the crystal gallery or visit the historical museum. The collections on display include native plants, animals, minerals, findings and artifacts from prehistoric and early history, and cultural and historical items from earlier times. The exhibition “People in Namibia” is also unique and instructive. It shows the emergence of a nation against the traditional background of Namibia’s various ethnic groups.
In addition, you have the option of a boat trip with observation of seals, dolphins and pelicans, explore the Little Big Five on a Living Desert Tour, explore the dunes on a quad bike or look at Swakopmund with its magnificent dune landscape from above, for example. skydiving or in a small plane.
Important: these activities are not included in the price and should be booked at least one day in advance.

Overnight stay: Guesthouse in/near Swakopmund in double room (B) – possible accommodation in Swakopmund – accommodation


Tag 6: Swakopmund - Cape Cross - Brandberg

From Swakopmund the drive goes via Henties Bay to the seal colony – Cape Cross at Mile 70. On the flat and inhospitable coastal section lies Cape Cross, famous for its seal colony. The Cape Cross Seal Reserve is just one of 24 colonies on the southwest African coast. Between 80,000 and 100,000 pygmy fur seals, also known as eared seals, cavort on the rocks at Cape Cross – which is not only an extraordinary sight, but also brings extreme stench and noise. After an approx. 1 hour visit to the seal colony we continue to the Ugab. Here at the Brandberg, the highest mountain in Namibia, we spend the night in a wild and romantic atmosphere at the campsite of the Wild Lady Lodge. Here you can see with a little luck the rare desert elephants.

Overnight: Campsite at Brandberg with pool (F, M, A) – Accommodation at Brandberg


Tag 7: Brandberg

Today we take a guided flora-fauna hike with a local guide to the “White Lady” an ancient Bushman rock drawing in the Tsisab Gorge of the Brandberg Massif. The drawing was rediscovered by French historian Henri Breuil and described as a white lady. Meanwhile, it is assumed that it is a warrior or a shaman. However, the name White Lady has been retained to this day.
In the afternoon we go on a game drive in the Ugab River, with a little luck we manage to see the rare desert elephants.

Overnight: Campsite at Brandberg with pool (F, M, A) – Accommodation at Brandberg


Tag 8: Brandberg - Outjo

After breakfast we will drive from Brandberg via Kamanjab to Outjo. Here at Sophienhof Lodge you will experience feeding and have up-close contact with these endangered, fastest cats in the world.

Overnight stay: double room / bungalow Sophienhof (F, M, A) – View accommodation


Tag 9: Kamanjab - Etosha Nationalpark

We leave Kamanjab and drive to Etosha National Park. The Etosha Pan is a salt pan of vast proportions in the 22,000 km2 game-rich national park. We arrive at our campsite in the afternoon, after setting up camp we go on our first game drive. Later you will have the opportunity to observe the thirsty animals at the illuminated waterhole.

Overnight: Campsite in/at Etosha National Park with pool (B, M, A)


Tag 10: Etosha Nationalpark

We will do more game drives in Etosha National Park today. During the game drives you have good opportunities to see large herds of antelopes and with a little luck also lions and rhinos.

Overnight: Campsite in/at Etosha National Park (B, M, A)


Tag 11: Etosha Nationalpark - Grootfontein

We undertake a last gamedrive and leave the national park. Our journey continues via the “garden city” of Tsumeb in the direction of Bushmanland to Grootfontein. Towards late afternoon we reach our accommodation near Grootfontein.

Overnight: Chalet DZ near Grootfontein (F, M, A) – Accommodation near Grootfontein


Tag 12: Buschmannland

Today we will visit the “oldest people in the world”, the San (Bushmen). In a traditional Living Museum you will get an insight into the daily life and traditions of the San (Bushmen). After this interesting excursion into another world you can relax at the pool or go for a hike on the farm.

Overnight: Chalet DZ near Grootfontein (F, M, A) – Accommodation near Grootfontein


Tag 13: Grootfontein - Omaruru

It goes back. From our lodge near Grootfontein we drive to the Hoba Meteorite – one of the largest meteorites in the world. Its estimated age is 190 to 410 million years. We continue along the mountains via Otavi and Otjiwarongo to Omaruru. Omaruru is considered the “artist town” of Namibia. At sundowner and dinner together you can review the safari again.

Overnight: double room in guesthouse in Omaruru with pool (F, M, A) Accommodation in Omaruru


Day 14: Return flight

The safari is over. Drive to Windhoek to Hosea Kutako International Airport and return flight (B)



Included services from/ to Windhoek:

  • Breakfast, lunch (snack) and dinner, according to the offer
  • Entrance fees of the national parks in Namibia: Etosha National Park, Sossusvlei – Namib Naukluft Park
  • Gamedrives in the National Parks
  • Entrance fees and charges: Living Museum of the San, Cheetah feeding, Cape- Cross, guided hike with local guide to White Lady at Brandberg, gamedrive in Ugab River at Brandberg, Hoba Meteorite.
  • 7 nights in double room in good lodges or guesthouses
  • 6 nights on campsites in large ground tents (3 m x 3 m, with standing height),
  • Ride in 4×4 vehicle with offroad trailer with refrigerator and freezer
  • German speaking tour guide

Not included in the services:

  • International flights
  • optional excursions and activities
  • all drinks, which will be settled at the end
  • personal expenses

The total length of the tour is about 3,500 km, the accommodations are of a good standard.

Price from: 2.926 € (for 4 persons) depending on travel time, number of participants and availability of accommodations

Duration: 14 days from/ to Windhoek

Number of participants: Minimum 3 – 6 people

Travel dates 2020/ 2021:
The travel dates can be set individually upon request.

As with all our Rafiki X-Dream Safaris, we try to take your individual wishes into consideration.

Would you like a change of route, a shorter or longer tour, an exclusive safari for 2 people?
Stay in lodges, bungalows or tented camps?

Please contact us, we will be happy to advise you.

Zebras im Etosha Nationalpark
Zebras im Etosha Nationalpark
Tüpfelhyäne im Etosha Nationalpark
San Frauen im Buschmannland
Dune in Sossusvlei