NAMIBIA-BOTSWANA-ZIMBABWE GUIDED SELF DRIVE - 31 Days
Namibia Accommodated Self Drive Adventure - 21 Days
Namibia's landscapes are breath-taking and diverse, as is it’s wildlife, making it a true paradise for adventurers and nature enthusiasts alike.
On this three week self drive adventure you will follow the best of Namibia’s “backroads”. This will include tar, plenty of dirt, some sand and rough tracks. At the end of your adventurous day you will rest in hand selected lodges and hotels.
Waterberg Plateau: 50 km long and 16 km wide - we’ll search for white Rhino that we are almost guaranteed to locate with a local guide.
Etosha National Park: Etosha's waterholes provide some of the best game viewing in Africa.
Palmwag Concession: Supports nearly 70% of the world’s largest free roaming population of black rhinos.
Damaraland: A rugged and remote region characterized by rocky landscapes, ancient rock engravings at Twyfelfontein, and the chance to encounter desert-adapted elephants and rhinos.
Skeleton Coast: A desolate coastline known for its shipwrecks and seal colony at Cape Cross - one of the largest seal colonies in the world.
Swakopmund: A charming coastal city that blends German colonial architecture with activities like quad biking with a nature historian or searching for the “small five” in the Namib Dessert.
Sossusvlei and Deadvlei: These iconic landscapes within the Namib-Naukluft National Park feature towering red sand dunes and a surreal white clay pan dotted with ancient dead camel thorn trees.
Kolmanskop Ghost Town & Lüderitz: Explore the abandoned diamond mining town near Lüderitz, now filled with sand, offering a glimpse into its past grandeur.
Fish River Canyon: The second largest canyon in the world, this geological marvel offers dramatic landscapes.
2 people per 4x4: AUD10,830* per person on a double/twin share basis
3rd & 4th passenger: we can provide pricing if you have more than 2 people per 4x4
*The prices above are 2024 tour dates only. Prices assume a minimum of 5 vehicles and a maximum of 7 vehicles (plus support vehicles). Prices are subject to exchange rate fluctuations – please see booking form for all terms and conditions. If we do not have the 5 vehicle minimum the tour can still operate with a small group supplement.
All travel subject to COVID situation prevailing
07-27 March - 4 cars available
Have your own group? We can tailor your trip.
Arrival and departure transfers, accommodation, vehicle hire including unlimited kilometres, premium cover, contract fee, unlimited additional drivers, tyre and glass damage and zero excess (Ford Ranger, Isuzu D-Max or similar), picnic equipment (fridge, table, chairs, cutlery, cups etc), two-way radio, all accommodation on a twin/double basis, daily breakfast, 4 dinners, support vehicle escort and staff, activities as listed in the itinerary. The first aid equipment is in the escort car, as is all recovery equipment.
Airfares return to Namibia (approx. AUD2,500-3,000 from Australia economy fare), fuel (approx. AUD1,700 per car), fuel deposit (approx. AUD250 block on credit card), national park entry fees (which are usually part of the price of optional activities), alcoholic drinks, meals not included in the itinerary approx. AUD15 to AUD30 per meal depending on location, local tips, travel insurance, activities over and above those detailed in the itinerary, visas (if required), immunisations (if required) and any personal expenses.