This small group set-departure tour takes you through some of the most remote areas of the fascinating land of Namibia; areas which have been rarely explored by others. The dunes of Sossusvlei are not to be missed but you’ll also see the amazing marine life just off Swakopmund, the secluded and dramatic coastline of the Skeleton Coast littered with historic remnants of shipwrecks and the rugged and rocky landscape of Palmwag where the last free-roaming black rhino rove. A fly-in safari to the north of the remote Skeleton Coast offers a fascinating chance to see special desert-adapted animals in exclusive surroundings. End at Etosha, Namibia’s premier reserve, with the huge concentrations of big game congregating around the famed waterholes, and the chance to see predators such as lion.
- Distinctive activities include climbing some of the world’s tallest dunes, rhino tracking and a lagoon trip by boat at Walvis Bay to see dolphins and seals
- Endless landscapes and places of interest are seen along the way, with echoing canyons, granite massifs, grassy plains and dune-filled deserts, along with all the varied wildlife that calls each habitat home.
- At the much-revered Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp, an isolated wilderness and dry riverbed reveals Namibia’s unique desert-adapted wildlife, from elephant and giraffe to the uncommon “desert lion”