Namibia Wild Safari

Experience the amazing Wild Safari in Namibia Tour!


From RM17999 per pax (Twin sharing)

Difficulty: Easy

Namibia is a vast country that is sparsely populated. The country geographic can be divided to 4 main zones. To the south lies the Kalahari desert bordering with Botswana and South Africa, to the north and north east, lies the Kavango and Caprivi with much greener landscape, dry mountainous areas towards the central plateau and the Namib Desert and the coastal which is known as the driest area in the world.
Namibia is well known for its remarkable natural attractions such as the Namib Desert, the Fish River Canyon Park, Etosha National Park and the Kalahari desert.
Namib Desert is known as one of the world’s driest desert. It is known by its red colour sand dunes and its low rolling hills, covered with low bushes. The red sand dunes can go up to 300 meters which is considered the highest sand dunes in the world.
The Fish River Canyon in Namibia is 161 km long, 27 km wide and up to 550m deep, the second biggest canyon in the world. It is the best places for hiking in Namibia with well-known view point, such as Hell’s Bend at the Hobas Restcamp. The Fish River Hiking Trail is opened between the months of April to September and can be completed within 4 to 5 days, depending on the hiker’s fitness. The descent to the Fish River Canyon is only available for hikers and it covers about 85km.
Etosha National Park, covering more than 20,000 sq km, is the prime wildlife location and home to a large variety of mammals and birds in North West Namibia. The main attraction is that the park has many water holes where it will attract the animals by herds to it. Hence, just park the vehicles near the water holes and the big five (leopard, rhino, elephant, buffalo and lion) and other smaller animals such as cheetah, antelopes and zebras can be spotted here.


Kuala Lumpur / Windhoek, Namibia

Depart for Windhoek, capital of Namibia in South Western part of Africa.


Arrive Windhoek / Okonjima

Arrive in Windhoek. Transfer to Okonjima (packed lunch provided) for overnight stay. Enroute visit Okahandja Woodcarvers Traditional Art and Crafts Market.


Okonjima / Okakuejo, Etosha

In the morning visit the work of the Africat Foundation, where you find cheetahs which cannot be released back into the wild as they were either brought up as pets and hand-raised, or have injuries.
Travel to Okakuejo Camp at Etosha National Park. Excellent wildlife viewing from the Waterhole.


Etosha National Park / Himba Village / Twyfelfontein

Morning visit to a typical Himba village. Damaraland and the Kaokoveld are home to the Himba, one of the last truly traditional tribes on the planet. These friendly people lead a semi-nomadic life as herdsmen, breeding mainly cattle and goats.
We depart for Twyfelfontein to visit the Petrified Forest, Organ Pipes and the Rock Engravings. The beautiful organ pipes are a fascinating geological formation located near Twyfelfontein. Strikingly rich rusty colors are portrayed in long columns resembling those of a church organ dating back 120 million years.


Twyfelfontein / Swakopmund

After breakfast we drive to Cape Cross Seal Reserve.
The coastline of Southern Africa is the only place in the world where you find Cape fur seals and the Cape Cross Seal Reserve is home to the largest breeding colony in the world. Based on aerial photographs taken during the breeding season, there are up to 210,000 seals at Cape Cross during November and December.

Continue on to Swakopmund. It was of major importance as a harbor during the German colonial era. The appearance of the town, with its 30,000 inhabitants, is characterized by numerous colonial buildings with the Woermann House from 1905 as its landmark.


Walvis Bay Marine & Bay Excursion

After breakfast, we travel to Walvis Bay for the Marine & Dune excursion.
The tour starts with the Marine Cruise where you will see Pelican Point, Oyster Farms, Bird Island, Lighthouse, Walvis Bay Lagoon, Saltpans, Kuiseb River Delta and Mudflats of Sandwich Harbour.
After the cruise, enjoy a 4WD excursion into the Dunes. Your guide and Land Rover are waiting to meet you, taking you out to the dunes and protected Sandwich Harbor area. Enjoy a light lunch on a sandbank.


Swakopmund / Sossuvlei

Today after breakfast, we travel to Sossusvlei with a drive through Welwitschia Drive and Moonlandscape en route. Afternoon sunset drive into the desert.
The Welwitschia is endemic to Namib Desert. Although the plant looks as if it has many leaves, it has only two. The oldest living specimens are estimated at 1,500 to 2,000 years. The Sossusvlei, Namibia’s famous highlight in the heart of the Namib Desert (the world’s oldest desert), is a huge clay pan, enclosed by giant sand dunes. Some of the spectacular hills of sand are at a height of 300 metres, the highest in the world.



An early start from the Lodge to enter the Namib-Naukluft Park at sunrise, while the temperature is still mild and when the dune contrasts are at their best. Your guide will share all his knowledge of the area, animals, plant life and much more with you.
Regular stops are made on the ±60 kilometre drive down to the Vlei to gain information or take in the vistas. At Dune 45, the more energetic have the opportunity to climb to the upper ridge of the world’s most photographed dune. Further along, a gradual 2.6km round-trip walk up to Dead Vlei is a must for the healthy visitors.
Spend time in Sossusvlei before returning to the Lodge approximately 5 ½ hours later in time for the luncheon.


Sossusvlei / Windhoek

After breakfast, we depart for Windhoek. On arrival, enjoy a city tour.
Windhoek sits in the heart of Namibia, in the midst of the country’s Central Highlands. Aside from its European population, the city is a rich mix of Namibian ethnicities – Owambo, Kavango, Damara, Caprivian, Nama and San people all make their home here.

DAY 10

Depart Windhoek

Early transfer to airport for flight home.

DAY 11

Arrive Home

Home Sweet Home!


Get ready to embark on a trip of a lifetime!

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Monday - Saturday: 10.00 - 18.30