Namibian Tours - Etosha & Coastal Experience

Etosha & Coastal Experience

Explore Namibia’s Animal Kingdom “The Etosha National park “and encounter free roaming wildlife in their natural environment. Etosha span an area of 22’27square km and is one of the most massive wildlife sanctuaries on the subcontinent, it house 114 mammals, 340 bird species and 110 reptiles. Round up your Safari at the coastal town of Swakopmund on the skeleton coast

5 Days / 4 Nights

Cost From

Low season- Nov – May
N$ 17,600.00 per person sharing
N$ 2000.00 single occupancy

High Season: June – Oct
N$ 18,600.00 per person sharing
N$ 2250.00 Single occupancy

Price valid until: 31 October 2022

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Trip Information

Pre & Post Safari Accommodation: Please contact us to arrange all your pre and post safari accommodation in Windhoek as well as any Airport transfers that you may need. These are not included in the safari cost; they will be charged additionally.

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Trip Highlights

Travel Plan

Day 1: Etosha National Park

Depart to Etosha National Park famous for its wildlife capabilities and floodlit waterholes. Up-on arrival in the afternoon, we take part in our first game drive inside the park looking for lions, elephants and many other species. Afterward, drive back to our overnight Lodge inside the park.

Day 2: Safari in Etosha National Park

Full day of game drive in the Park, visiting numerous waterholes that attract a large diversity of wildlife and bird species. During the dry season, we may also make a detour visit to 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. Overnight stay at Toshari Lodge with Dinner and Breakfast.

Day 3: Swakopmund | Via Cape Cross

Today’s highlight is an excursion to the Seal Colony at cape cross on the skeleton coast, where you get up closer to the thousands of wild cape fur seals, feel them and smell their natural environment. Afterward, Swakopmund is our next destination, we recommend exploring this seaside town on foot this afternoon and perhaps visiting the jetty for sundowners overlooking the cold Atlantic Ocean. Your guide will be happy to recommend a good restaurant for your evening meal (own expense). Overnight stay at a guesthouse with Breakfast.

Day 4: Free time at Swakopmund on the Atlantic

Swakopmund is a perfect place for relaxing after a hectic dose of admiring nature. Spend the day at leisure or explore this holiday town with its distinct German character buildings dating back to German colonial era of the previous century. There are many optional activities range from Board cruisers (with oyster and champagne), Sandwich Harbour tour, Quad biking, Scenic flight or kayaking. There are countless photo opportunities, nice cafes, an indoor pool, Aquarium and a very interesting museum. Your guide is always ready to discuss the options with you and offer to make a pre-booking. Overnight stay at Swakopmund Guest House with Breakfast.

Day 5: Windhoek

Unfortunately, our five days adventure is slowly ending as we hop into our safari vehicle and drive back to Windhoek.

Please Note

  • Tour can be customised to suite your interest.
  • Service subject to availability at the time of booking.
  • Rates are subject to change without prior notice due to circumstances beyond our control, such as fuel increases, currency fluctuation and high season tariffs etc.
  • We are strongly advice our guest against flying out on the day that your tour ends, unless you overnight at a lodge not so far from Windhoek. We generally travel long distances and late arrivals are common sometimes.
  • Mannor Safaris will not be held responsible/accountable for missed flight in such cases.
  • Whilst we endeavour to accommodate guests at the above stipulated accommodations, Mannor Safaris reserve the right to replace such accommodation with one of similar standard.
Facts about Namibia

Location: Southern Africa, bordering the South Atlantic Ocean between Angola and South Africa.

Namibia is the second least densely populated country on earth, after Mongolia which is also a vast country, there are just over two million people living in Namibia.

Namibia has the largest free roaming Cheetah population on earth, estimated to be between 2500 – 3000. Lions and Leopards are also indigenous cats in Namibia.

Climate: The climate is typical of a semi Desert country, days are warm to hot and nights are generally cool. Temperatures are modified by the high plateau in the interior and by the Cold Benguela Current that runs along the Atlantic coastline.
Winter months, are typical mild to warm, but dawn temperatures may drop to freezing, therefore a warmer jacket and a long trousers are essential. Along the coast it can be very cold and windy, sometime foggy.

Summer months, Cotton clothes which is cooler then synthetic material is recommended for the Namibian summer and can be purchased in Safari shops in Windhoek. The rainy season lasts from October to April and the rest of the year is dry and cloudless. Namibia averages 300 days of sunshine a year.

Packaging Suggestions

You can expect hot, wet summers and cooler, dry winters in Namibia. Generally the days can be quite hot and the evenings and early mornings can be remarkably cool.

Luggage:

Should be limited to a maximum of 20 kg.
Only soft canvas bags or rucksacks are recommended, hard suitcases are not suitable.
Due to the dust conditions, we suggest you keep your camera equipment in dust proof bag.

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Suggested Accommodation Overview

Days Destination Accommodation Meals
1 Etosha National Park B, D
2 Etosha National Park B, D
3 & 4 Swakopmund B
5 Windhoek End of Tour B
*Breakfast = B, Lunch = L, Dinner = D

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