Erindi Tour – 2 Days

Explore one of the amazing private Game Reserves on earth, Erindi game reserve is 70 000 ha and you have a chance to see everything from species like Hippos and Crocodiles to predators like lions, leopards and cheetahs, to big animals like elephants, black and white rhinos and many others

Price

N$ 6 500 per person sharing
N$2 500 single supplements

Departure Daily based on accommodation availability
Highlights Windhoek – Erindi Game Reserve – Windhoek
Passengers Minimum: 2

Price valid until 31 December 2017

Itinerary

Day 1: Windhoek – Erindi Game Reserved (+-179km)
You will be collected from your Windhoek accommodation around 08H00 .We drive northward via Okahandja and through some scenic farm land before arriving at the reserve, arriving early afternoon. After lunch you can relax and enjoy the surrounding view before an afternoon game drives which will provide us with a unique opportunity to observe and encounter the great variety of species that roam in this great game reserve.
Overnight at Old Trader Lodge/ Erindi Game Reserve.

Day 2: Erindi Game Reserve – Windhoek
An early morning game drives on a different angle of Erindi, with a well informed guide. You will be left with million unforgettable memories. After lunch we bid far well to Erindi and depart back to Windhoek.


Accommodation Overview

Days

Destinations

Accommodation Meals
1 Erindi Game Reserve Old Trader Lodge L,D
2 Windhoek End of Tour B,L

Etosha Tours – 3 Days
3days/2nights

Price

N$ 8 500 per person sharing
N$ 1250 single supplements

Departure Every Wednesday
Highlights Windhoek – Etosha NP – Windhoek
Guests Minimum 2 persons

Price valid until 31 December 2017

Itinerary

Day 1: Windhoek – Okaukuejo/ Etosha national park (+- 450km)
Our guide will pick you up from your accommodation in Windhoek between 08h00 and 08h30. The journey takes us to Namibia’s famous rest camp ‘Okaukuejo’ for its floodlit waterhole. We may stop in Outjo for lunch and continue with our journey to okaukuejo. Entrance is through Anderson gate, after check- in you can refresh and enjoy the surrounding view. A visit to a floodlit waterhole is highly recommended where game comes and goes day and night.
Overnight at Okaukuejo rest camp/or similar

Day 2: Namutoni/ Eastern Etosha
Today we criss-cross the park from southern to eastern Etosha doing game drives, visit numerous waterholes that attract a large diversity of wild animals and bird species. We will also visit the great ‘Etosha Pan’ a shallow chalky-white cracked mud, shimmering with mirages and upward- spiralling dust in winter. It was once a large inland lake fed by rivers from the north and east and dried up 120 million years ago. We might stop at Halali for lunch and cool off at the swimming pool and continue with our game drive until our next destination.
Overnight at Mokuti Lodge or similar.

Day 3: Windhoek
After breakfast we depart via the eastern direction toward Tsumeb en-route we visit the famous Otjikoto Lake (sinkhole) and then proceed via Otavi to otjwarongo and further southward to okahandja. We aim to arrive late afternoon.

Accommodation Overview

Days

Destinations

Accommodation Meals
1 Etosha NP Okaukuejo Rest Camp D,B
2 Lodge outside Etosha NP Mokuti Lodge D,B
3 Windhoek End of the Tour  

Sossusvlei Tour – 3 Days
3Days/2 Nights

Price

N$8 500 per person sharing

 

N$ 1 250 single supplements

Departure

Every Wednesday

Highlights

Windhoek- Sossusvlei – Windhoek

Guest

Minimum: 2 person

Price valid until 31 December 2017

Itinerary

Day 1: Windhoek - Sossusvlei /Namib Desert (350 KM)
Our guide will pick you up from your accommodation at 08h00. We drive south through Aus and Khomas Hoch land Mountain. We arrive at our lodge mid afternoon; check in, view the surrounding or cool off in the swimming pool. Late afternoon we will visit Sesriem canyon.
Overnight at Sossus Dune lodge or similar

Day 2: Sossusvlei Area
Today we will wake-up early morning to catch the soft light of the sunrise on the desert. This is the best time to experience the spectacular landscape of the highest free standing dunes in the world, clear blue sky, red sand dunes and the blazing orange which create a powerful contrast across the entire Namib Desert. Once you have explored Sossusvlei and Deadvlei surrounding dunes you then return to your Lodge in the early afternoon.
Overnight at Sossus Dune lodge or similar.

Day 3: Sossusvlei - Windhoek (+-350 KM)
After a good breakfast, we drive back to Windhoek arriving in the afternoon.

Accommodation Overview

Days

Destination

Accommodation

Meals

1

Sossusvlei

Sossus Dune Lodge

L,D

2

Sossusvlei

Sossus Dune Lodge

B,L,D

3

Windhoek

End of the Tour

B

Sossusvlei &Swakopmund Tours – 5 Days
5days/4nights

Price

N$ 15500 per person sharing

 

N$ 2500 single supplements

Departure

Every

Highlights

Windhoek- Sossusvlei – Swakopmund - Windhoek

Guest

Minimum: 2 person

Price valid until 31 December 2017

Itinerary
Day 1: Windhoek- Sossusvlei – 350Km
The journey take us to the World’s highest Sand Dunes of Sossusvlei via Rehoboth, arriving mid afternoon. Settle in and enjoy the view while refreshing in the swimming pool. Late afternoon we visit Sesriem canyon.
Overnight stay at Sossus Dune Lodge or similar

Day 2: Sossusvlei
Today we will wake-up early morning to catch the soft light of the sunrise on the desert. This is the best time to experience the spectacular landscape of the highest free standing dunes in the world, clear blue sky, red sand dunes and the blazing orange which create a powerful contrast across the entire Namib Desert. Once you have explored Sossusvlei and Deadvlei surrounding dunes you then return to your Lodge in the early afternoon Overnight stay at Sossus Dune Lodge or similar

Day 3: Sossusvlei – Swakopmund (+-350km)
Early depart northwest via Solitaire, Gaub and Kuiseb Pass into Namib Naukluft park, passing fantastic rock formation and ever changing desert landscape. If time allows we will stop at the Walvisbay lagoon to enjoy the view and watch the flamingos and other bird species, before we continue with our journey to Swakopmund.
Overnight stay at Beach Hotel or similar

Day4: Swakopmund
The day will be spent at own leisure. There are various optional activities that can be arranged on request, but they are subject to availability and to the clients own risk and expenses. This includes: Sky diving, Quad biking, Scenic flight Board Cruiser and many more..
Overnight stay at Beach Hotel or similar.

Day 5: Swakopmund – Windhoek (+-350Km)
Return journey on a tarred road via Usakos, Karibibi and Okahandja, if time permits a worthwhile stop at woodcarver’s market at Okahandja is highly recommended to buy some last time souvenir and to boost the energy. We aim to arrive in Windhoek mid afternoon.
You will be dropped at your accommodation in Windhoek. (Airport transfer can be arranged at extra cost.)

Accommodation Overview

Days

Destination

Accommodation

Meals

1

Sossusvlei

Sossus Dune Lodge

D

2

Sossusvlei

Sossus Dune Lodge

B, D

3

Swakopmund

Beach Hotel

B

4

Swakopmund

Beach Hotel

B

5

Windhoek

End of Tour

B

Etosha &Swakopmund Tours – 6 Days
6days/5nights

Price

N$ 28 500 per person sharing

 

N$ 2 500 single supplements

 Departure

Every Saturday

Highlight

Windhoek - Etosha NP –Twyfelfontein –  Swakopmund

Guest

Minimum: 2 person

 

 

 

Price valid until 31 December 2017

Itinerary

Day 1: Windhoek – Mushara Lodge/Eastern Etosha (+-500 km)
We are heading to Namibia’s world famous animals kingdom’ Etosha national park’, we drive northward via Okahandja to Otjiwarongo were we will stop for lunch. Afterward we continue toward Tsumeb en route we visit otjikoto lake,Otjikoto is a sinkhole lake that was created by a collapsing cave. After check- in you will have time to relax and refresh at the swimming pool or go to the waterhole where you can observe a spectacle of wildlife congregating and interacting.
Overnight stay at Mushara lodge or similar.

Day 2: Mushara - Okaukuejo/ Inside the park
Today the day is spent in the park doing game drives, from eastern to southern part of the park, visiting numerous waterholes that attract a large diversity of wildlife and bird species. Okaukuejo is famous for its floodlit waterhole where animals come and go day and night.
Overnight stay at Okaukuejo Rest Camp inside the park.

Day 3: Twyfelfontein
Depart Etosha to Namibia’s first ever World Heritage site ‘Twyfelfontein’ (meaning doubtful fountain). Twyfelfontein (status awarded in 2007), this is a massive open air art gallery that is of great interest to local and international rock and art connoisseurs. The 2000 plus rock engravings estimated to be 6000 years old, represent one of Africa’s largest and most important concentration of rock art..
Overnight stay at a Camp Kimpwe or Similar.

Day 4: Twyfelfontein -- Swakopmund (+-420 km)
The journey takes us to Namibia s premier holiday resort, where the hot Namib dunes meet the cold Atlantic Ocean. We drive on C39 through the desert landscape toward north-western direction to the cool and often foggy Skeleton coast, C34 route lead us pass Hentisbay a small holiday resort before reaching Swakopmund.
Overnight stay at Hans Hotel or similar

Day 5: Swakopmund
Morning Board Cruise at Walvisbay lagoon with Dolphins and seals swimming alongside the board. Fresh oysters and sparkling wine served on board. There after we drive back to Swakopmund and the afternoon will be at leisure, you can visit the Museum or National Aquarium. Swakopmund is the perfect place for relaxing after a hectic dose of admiring nature. If resting is not your thing, you can take part in many (optional activities at your own cost) such as, Quake bike in the dunes; skydive from a light aircraft, Horse/Camel riding.
Overnight stay at Hans Hotel or similar

Day 6: Swakopmund - Windhoek (+-350km)
After breakfast, we take a slow drive back to Windhoek. If time permit a stop at the woodcarvers market in Okahandja is highly recommended to buy some last time souvenir and to stretch up and boost the energy.

Days

Destination

Accommodation

Meals

1

Mushara lodge/East Etosha NP

Mushara Bush camp

D,B

2

Okaukuejo/South Etosha NP

Okaukuejo Rest Camp

D,B

3

Damaraland

Camp Kimpwe

D,B

4

Swakopmund

Hans Hotel

B

5

Swakopmund

Hans Hotel

B

6

Windhoek

End of Tour

B

Classic Tours – 10 Days
10Days/9 Night

Price

N$37 500 per person sharing

 

N$3 500 single supplements

Departure

 

Highlight

Windhoek - Sossusvlei - Swakopmund - Damaraland –Etosha NP – AfriCat Foundation

Guest

Minimum: 2 person

Price valid until 31 December 2017

Itinerary

Day 1: Windhoek- Sossusvlei – 350Km
The journey take us to the World’s highest Sand Dunes of Sossusvlei via Rehoboth, arriving mid afternoon. Settle in and enjoy the view while refreshing in the swimming pool. Late afternoon we visit Sesriem canyon.
Overnight stay at Sossusvlei Lodge or similar

Day 2: Sossusvlei
Today we will wake-up early to catch the soft light of the sunrise on the desert. This is the best time to experience the spectacular landscape of the highest free standing sand dunes in the world, clear blue sky, and the blazing orange which create a powerful contrast across the entire Namib Desert. Once you have explored Sossusvlei and Deadvlei surrounding dunes you then return to your lodge for lunch. After lunch the remainder of the afternoon will be at leisure.
Overnight stay at Sossusvlei Lodge

Day 3: Sossusvlei – Swakopmund (+-350Km)
The journey takes us to Namibia s premier holiday resort, where the hot Namib dunes meet the cold Atlantic Ocean. Early depart northwest via Gaub and Kuiseb Pass into Namib Naukluft park, passing fantastic rock formation and ever changing desert landscape. Arrive in Walvisbay, Namibia’s main harbour town, here you will find a world renowned Ramsar site and birder’s paradise, the Walvisbay lagoon, stop and enjoy the view and watch the flamingos foraging for food in the shallow. Continue with your journey to Swakopmund
Overnight stay at Strand Hotel or similar

Day 4: Swakopmund
Morning Board Cruise at Walvisbay lagoon with Dolphins and seals swimming alongside the board. Fresh oysters and sparkling wine served on board. The afternoon will be at leisure, you can visit the Museum or National Aquarium. Swakopmund is the perfect place for relaxing after a hectic dose of admiring nature. If resting is not your thing, you can take part in many (optional activities) such as, Quake bike in the dunes; skydive from a light aircraft, Horse/Camel riding or Ocean cruise.
Overnight stay at Strand Hotel or similar

Day 5: Swakopmund - Twyfelfontein / Damaraland
Our next destination is Damaraland - home to Unesco’s World Heritage Site ‘Twyfelfontein’ (meaning doubtful fountain). The site has a massive open air art gallery that is of great important to local and international rock and art connoisseur. The 2000 plus rocks engraving estimated to be 6000 years old, represent one of Africa s largest and most important concentration of rock arts. On our way we pass Namibia‘s highest mountain ‘Brandberg which peak at 2’573m above sea level.
Overnight stay at Twyfelfontein Lodge or similar

Day 6: Twyfelfontein / Damaraland
Another day to visit interesting features in the area, such as the Burn Mountain, Petrified Forest and Organ Pipes –a mass of basalt slabs in a ravine. This makes for a great geological outing and gives you the opportunity to meet and interact with the Damara people at their cultural village. Return to the lodge for lunch and the afternoon will be at leisure.
Overnight stay at Twyfelfontein Lodge or similar

Day 7: Twyfelfontein - Okaukuejo / Etosha National park
Today’s destination is ‘The internationally renowned ‘Etosha National park’ – Namibia’s flagship national park and one of its most popular tourist attraction, famous for its abundance and variety of wildlife. Etosha was first proclaimed a game reserve in 1907 by a German governor Frederich von Lindequist, and it spans over 22912 km, it hosts 114 mammals and 340 bird species. The park is home to four of the Africa’s Big Five namely,Lion,Leopard,Elephant and Rhino. The camp is well known for its strategic floodlit waterhole where wildlife comes and goes day and night
Overnight stay at Okaukuejo Rest Camp or similar

Day 8: Okaukuejo/Southern Etosha -- Onguma Game Reserve/ Eastern Etosha
A full day of exciting game viewing in the Etosha national park, as we criss-cross the park from south to eastern part of the park, visit numerous waterholes that attract a large diversity of wildlife and bird species. We may stop at Halali for lunch and continue with our game drives until we reach our overnight lodge. Onguma is a private game reserve sharing the eastern border with Etosha national park, Onguma ‘means the place you do not want to leave’
Overnight stay at Onguma Tree Top camp or similar

Day 9: Onguma Game Reserve
Another morning game drive on the eastern side of park to find more animals at the surrounding waterhole get back to your lodge in time for lunch and spend the afternoon at leisure.
Overnight stay at Onguma Tree Top Camp or similar

Day 10: Onguma Game Reserve – Windhoek via AfriCat Foundation
Africat Foundation is a non- profit organisation that focuses on research and rehabilitation of cheetahs and leopards, this is a good opportunities to learn about the Foundation s vision and functions and also to see these beautiful carnivores in their natural environment within the huge Okonjima nature reserve. The foundation became internationally renowned after featuring in an award winning documentary filmed for the discovery channel in 1995&1996. There after we drives back to Windhoek, arrive late afternoon, and you will be dropped at your Hotel/Guesthouse.

Accommodation Overview

Days

Destination

Accommodation

Meals

1

Sossusvlei

Sossusvlei Lodge

D

2

Sossusvlei

Sossusvlei Lodge

B, D

3

Swakopmund

Strand Hotel

B

4

Swakopmund

Strand Hotel

B

5

Twyfelfontein

Country Lodge

B,D

6

Twyfelfontein

Country Lodge

B,D

7

Okaukuejo/Etosha NP

Okaukuejo Rest Camp

B

8

Onguma Game Reserve

Onguma Tree Top Camp

B,D

9

Onguma Game Reserve

Onguma Tree Top Camp

B,D

10

Windhoek

N/A

B

Breakfast = B, Lunch = L, Dinner = D, Not Applicable = N/A

 


Included in all guided tours:

  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Park entrance fees
  • English speaking Tour Guide
  • Airport pick-up and Transfer
  • Transport in an air-conditioned Vehicles
  • Accommodation in Hotels/Guesthouses/Lodges and Rest Camps with private shower/bathroom.

 

Luggage
Luggage should be limited to a maximum of 15 kg.
Hard suitcases are not suitable
Only soft canvas bags or rucksacks are recommended with one camera per person.

Please note: We are strongly advice our guest against flying out on the day that your tour ends. We generally travel long distances and late arrivals are common sometimes. Mannor Safaris Namibia will not be held responsible/accountable for missed flight in such cases.

 

 

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