Wilderness Safari

10 Day Luxury Mobile

Namibia

Approved by Nicole Apelian

Presented by

Eco Tours International & Journeys Unforgettable

Tour Dates - 2017 To Be Determined

Cost $4,295 Per Person (minimum of 4 people and max of 6).  Limited edition trip in collaboration with Dr. Nicole Apelian star of History Channel's, Alone, Journeys Unforgettable and Wilderness Safaris, one of the most established safari organizations in the world.  

 

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OVERVIEW

The group will travel with a private guide who will guide & drive the 6-seater private vehicle across country to visit fantastic accommodation and ensure the group have a memorable trip.  There is no flying included in the program.  The group will transfer with the game vehicle and guide throughout the itinerary.

Kulala Adventurer Camp 

 Set on 37 000 hectares of land near the spectacular sights of Sossusvlei, the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve is home to Kulala Adventurer Camp. 

Set on 37 000 hectares of land near the spectacular sights of Sossusvlei, the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve is home to Kulala Adventurer Camp. 

The camp, comprising of 6 dome tents under the shade, is perfect for taking in the Reserve’s expansive vistas and stark beauty and enjoys views into the Namib Naukluft National Park. Dining under the star-filled Namibian skies and watching a rose-red sunset punctuated by the cacophony of barking geckos are a few highlights, as is spending unrushed quality time at the towering dunes of Sossusvlei, known for their red coloring in the early morning sunlight, accessed through our private gate which is closer to the dunes than the main park entry gate. Each tent is spacious with wooden beds with mattresses, crisp linen, duvets and pillows plus towels and amenities (soap, shower gel and conditioning shampoo) are provided. In addition, there is a coir mat (inside) and a 12V reading light. The tents are large enough to stand in and move easily. The canvas-wrap open air en-suite bathroom (zip door) is accessible through the rear of tent and has a flush toilet, basin and shower – with hot and cold running water available whenever guests require.

 

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Did you know?

• Desert-adapted wildlife such as ostrich, springbok and gemsbok can be seen on the reserve, as well as smaller creatures like bat-eared fox, black-backed jackal and Cape fox.

• Other activities include day and night scenic drives and walks, and optional early morning ballooning, horse riding or quad-biking (the last three at extra cost).

The Delight Hotel

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Room: Standard Rooms

Included: Breakfast, Bed Levy and VAT. Amongst the town’s captivating contrasts and old traditions, Gondwana’s Delight is a fresh breeze in the desert. Conveniently located within short walking distance of the ‘Mole’, our modern, uplifting and inviting hotel is the ideal base for your stay. Every effort is made to surprise and delight guests with thoughtful touches and locally inspired reasons to smile. From the easy comfort of our hotel, the warm and welcoming service Gondwana is known for, to the assistance provided by our knowledgable Delight Host for anything from activity bookings to dinner reservations – your stay is always an effortless and memorable experience

Did you know?

• We have 54 rooms (44 twin rooms, 10 family rooms), each with Air Conditioning / Heating; En-suite bathrooms, showers; Safe; Fridge; Hairdryer & Tea / Coffee Facilities.

• Children are most welcome at all our venues. Children up to 5 years old are free of charge; for children between the age of 6 and 13 years we charge 50 per cent of the B&B rate. • Breakfast is served in the dining room (only breakfast is served)

• The hotel has a bar located on the ground floor

Damaraland Adventurer Camp 

Damaraland Adventurer Camp is located in a special place in the heart of the rocky desert of Damaraland, an ancient, starkly beautiful landscape. Looking south from camp toward the imposing Brandberg Mountains, Damaraland offers you endless vistas and one of the best wilderness areas in Namibia. Early morning mists, generated by the clash between the icy Atlantic Ocean and the warm desert air of the Skeleton Coast, drift inland along the river valley, providing sustenance to the flora and fauna of the region, hence the high density of wildlife in the area. Accommodation is in six “maxi” dome tents pitched on timber platforms that allow for a small viewing deck where you can sit for hours and contemplate the surrounding beauty. Tucked away in and amongst the sandstone hills, each tent is surprisingly spacious with wooden beds with mattresses, crisp linen, duvets and pillows plus towels and amenities (soap, shower gel and conditioning shampoo) are provided. In addition, there is a coir mat (inside) and a 12V reading light. The tents are large enough to stand in and move easily. The canvas-wrap open air en-suite bathroom (zip door) is accessible through the rear of tent and has a flush toilet, basin and shower – with hot and cold running water available whenever guests require.

Did you know?

• Damaraland boasts a breathtaking assortment of desert-adapted species including one of the highest concentrations of desert elephant and black rhino. Other wildlife includes Hartmann's mountain zebra, kudu, giraffe, gemsbok, and springbok, with occasional cheetah sightings.

• Our activities range from day and night nature walks and viewing the rock engravings at Twyfelfontein (a World Heritage Site) to daytime nature drives, exploring the mountains, hills and ephemeral river beds and springs.

Andersson's Camp 

Room: Standard Tents

Included: All meals, twice daily scheduled camp activities, park fees, laundry at camps which are able to provide this service, Namibian VAT & Tourism Levy, and local drinks - excludes premium imported brands and champagne. Please note - on the FI rate basis, specifically, note that morning and/or afternoon/evening game drives on the Ongava Reserve are NOT included in the rate. Located on the boundary of the world renowned Etosha National Park, Andersson’s Camp is the perfect point from which to explore the diversity of fauna and flora in this region. Formerly an old farmstead, the camp is nestled in mopane scrub with the scenic backdrop of the low Ondundozonanandana mountain range and is an exciting example of sustainable construction. Each of the 20 tents is raised on decks for enhanced views of the passing game, while the main area overlooks a productive waterhole. Activities offered are morning and/or afternoon game drives in Etosha National Park, guided nature walks (seasonal & subject to the availability of a qualified walking guide) and night drives (on request) on the Ongava Reserve.

Did you know?

• Etosha National Park takes its name from the world-famous Etosha Pan, one of the largest saltpans in the region. Around the pan, the topography ranges from broad swathes of mopane and tall tree canopies of woodland to open plains and dolomite hills.

• This charming eco-sensitive camp is named after Swedish Explorer Charles Andersson – one of the first Europeans to ‘discover’ Etosha.

• Ongava Game Reserve was formed in 1991, when its shareholders converted four unproductive cattle ranches into a highly productive reserve, and is now home to large concentrations of wildlife, including one of the largest black and white rhino populations in Namibia thanks to a successful reintroduction programme.

• Bird life is prolific with 340 species recorded.

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