Save £800 on Namibian Discovery tour
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£2,499 per person for 14 nights (
Possibilities members save £800 per person
Departs: 23 April 2020
Note: 12 nights in hotels/lodges, 2 in flight.
Highlights of the tour include:
- watch the shifting colours of Sossusvlei’s imposing sand mountains
- have a close encounter with local seals on a marine cruise
- venture into the remote landscape of Damaraland, home to the endangered desert rhino.
In places starkly beautiful, in places packed with colourful life, Namibia is always ruled by Mother Nature. On this tour you’ll traverse the ever-changing dunes of the Namib desert, marvel at the fascinating Organ Pipes basal rock formation, and spot native birdlife from the comfort of a champagne cruise.
Day 1: UK - in flight
Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your flight to Johannesburg.
Day 2 Johannesburg – Windhoek
Arrive in Johannesburg to connect with your onward flight to Windhoek Airport, and transfer to your hotel.
Day 3: Windhoek – Kalahari Basin
Drive to the Kalahari Basin and your lodge for the night. Later this afternoon enjoy an exciting nature drive.
Day 4: Sossusvlei
Today you visit the Namib Desert, an area sometimes referred to as the ‘dune sea’ for its ever-moving and changing scenery.
Day 5: Sossusvlei – Sesriem – Sossusvlei
Embark on an unforgettable experience of the Sossusvlei dune region in 4x4 vehicles, then continue to Sesriem Canyon, a fascinating geological feature. Relax at the lodge this afternoon.
Day 6: Sossusvlei – Swakopmund
Travel to Namibia’s premier coastal resort, Swakopmund. The vast, gravel plains of the Moon Valley flank the Swakop River and are home to Welwitschia Mirabilis, a 500-year-old botanical curiosity.Day 7: Swakopmund
Transfer to Walvis Bay for an exciting marine cruise to discover some of the wonderful birdlife and sea creatures, whilst enjoying oysters and champagne.
Day 8: Swakopmund – Twyfelfontein
Head along windswept and barren coasts as you go north to Cape Cross for a visit to the seal colony, before continuing along the Desert Highway to the heart of Damaraland.
Day 9: Twyfelfontein
See one of the largest collections of rock paintings and engravings in Africa. Geological curiosities in the area include Burnt Mountain, and the Organ Pipes, basalt slabs in a ravine gouged out by a river.
Visit the Petrified Forest where you'll find the remains of 200 million year old tree trunks, then continue to the Epacha Game Reserve, located south of Etosha National Park.
Day 11: Etosha National Park
Look forward to a full day’s game viewing from our coach in the Etosha National Park. You'll visit various water holes to watch the game, such as the black rhino, zebra, lion and giraffe.
Day 12: Etosha National Park
Explore Etosha, the ‘Great White Place’. Wait in anticipation for the ‘bold’ and ‘timid’ to make an appearance – this is truly a magical experience.
Day 13: Otjiwarongo – Okahandja – Windhoek
En route to Windhoek, spend time at Otjiwarongo, and Okahandja where we might see local craftsmen hand-carving a hippo or giraffe
Day 14: Windhoek - Johannesburg - in flight.
Transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK.
Day 15: in flight to UK
Upon arrival, your Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.
Holiday features include:
- 12 nights in hotels/lodges and 2 in flight
- 26 meals: 12 breakfasts (days 3-14), 2 lunches (days 7 and 9) and 12 dinners (days 2-13).
9 excursions and visits including:
- nature drive in Kalahari Desert (Basin)
- Sossusvlei sand dune region
- Sesriem Canyon
- touring in Swakopmund
- marine cruise in Walvis Bay
- Henties Bay and Cape Cross seal colony
- Twyfelfontein, Burnt Mountain and Organ Pipes
- 2 days' game viewing in Etosha National Park.
Plus all these benefits:
- Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service
- international flights (prices are based on return flights with South African Airways from London Heathrow via Johannesburg). Supplements may apply from other airports
- local Titan tour manager
- travel in destination by coach
Please note: many roads in Namibia are not tar sealed and therefore journeys can often be bumpy.