You could spend a lifetime exploring Namibia. Here we've assembled the highlights in an eleven-day guided journey of fascinating discovery that includes the Kalahari, the Namib, the Skeleton Coast, Damaraland and Etosha National Park.

With the large red Sand dunes (largest in the world), grassy plains (with scattered acacia tree) and the unique waterhole culture  makes game viewing (lions, elephants, as well as antelope and birds-Namibia is the home of 46 different raptors) very exciting.

The Namib Desert covers the entire Namibian coastline of over 1,500km and sweeps up to 200km inland. At a shade over 20 million years, it is the planet's oldest desert and has an astonishing diversity of landscapes and habitats.

From Only: R70 500.00 per person

Day 1: Windhoek ( 1 night )

You will be met by your guide on arrival. A friendly guide will welcome you and that will be with you for the duration of your tour. You will then be transferred to your accommodation in Windhoek. If time allows your guide can take you on a short city tour to view the city highlights. At the accommodation your guide will hand you your travel documents and give you a briefing and orientation on what to expect over the next few days as your adventure begins. Things are flexible so chat with your guide as you go along. Ask as many questions as you like. That's what having a guide on tour is all about. The remainder of the day can be spent relaxing at your own leisure. For dinner tonight, you can head into town for a bite to eat at one of Windhoek’s well knownrestaurants. Your guide can make a booking for you if necessary.

Day 2 & 3 Sossusvlei (2 nights)

View and explore one of the largest salt and clay pans in the world. Completely surrounded by Red dunes.

Day 4 & 5 Swakopmund (2 nights)

A coastal city with German Colonial architecture. A 2008 New York Times article describes the town as having "the dislocating feel of a Baltic Sea resort set in the tropics. Explore the Swakopmund museum, the lighthouse and many more stunning local attractions. As well as the town’s nightlife, local bars and restaurants.

Day 6 & 7 Damaraland ( 2 nights)

Home to desert-adapted animals such as  elephant, rhino, lion and zebra, this stunning mountainous area provides history rich in culture with the picturesque Brandberg which homes the historical “white lady”, an ancient rock painting.

Day 8 Etosha National Park- South (1 night)

The main feature is the 5000 square kilometres salt pan. Home to the pelicans and flamingos in summer (when the pan is filled with water), it is a sight to behold. Larger mammals such as Elephant to roam this area. Grazers such as wildebeest and zebra use the salt pan to their advantage.

Day 9 & 10 Etosha National Park- East ( 2 nights)

The majestic elephant and black rhinoceros can be seen in this part of the park. Predators such as lions, leopards and spotted hyena also make their home here.

Day 11: Windhoek ( Departure /End of Tour)