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15 Day Namibia Circuit

15 Day Namibia Circuit

From N$57600 per person

Explore Namibia on a 15 Day Private Guided Safari.

It doesn’t matter how long you plan to give Namibia on your adventure; it just never feels like enough time to cover all corners of the country. However, if you can spare 15 days in the country, choose a private guided Namibian safari and cover the highlights of Namibia from the far south of the Fish River Canyon to the wilderness of Damaraland and the wildlife haven of Etosha National park. Enjoy the chance to stretch your legs while enjoying short hikes, exploring historical areas such as Kolmanskop Ghost Town & the UNESCO World Heritage site of Twyfelfontein, enjoy the cultural diversity meeting the Himba, Herero & Damara people while enjoying some of the countries most breathtaking landscapes and incredible wildlife areas.

Staying in mid-range accommodation, with a focus on location, service and quality, you are sure to enjoy each destination. For those looking for a little more (or less) luxury, let us know as we can amend all accommodation depending on your desired level of luxury.

Let your guide do all the hard work, driving, planning the day, as well as sharing their wealth of local information with you. You can sit back, relax and absorb the incredible sights, people and experiences. Covering approximately 5000kms in just 2 weeks, it’s worth letting someone else do the driving!

However, for those looking for more flexibility or wishing to keep the budget in check, then check out our selection of self-drive safaris to see how much of the country you can cover while exploring on your own.


Minimum people1st Jul 2023 – 31st Oct 20231st Nov 2023 – 30th Jun 20241st Jul 2024 – 31st Oct 2024
2 people  from N$85,100 per personfrom N$90,600 per personfrom N$97,900 per person
4 peoplefrom N$70,350 per personfrom N$71,200 per personfrom N$79,700 per person
6 peoplefrom N$62,100 per personfrom N$63,400 per personfrom N$68,200 per person


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  • Departure/Return Location
    Windhoek / Windhoek
  • Departure Time
    8:00 AM
  • Return Time
    Approx 5:30 PM
  • Included
    Activities as per itinerary
    Meals as per itinerary
    National park entry fees
  • Not Included
    International Flights
    Items of personal nature
    Optional Activities
    Personal travel insurance

Tour Plan

Day 1: Windhoek Luxury Suites, Windhoek
On arrival at Windhoek International Airport, we will meet our guide and make our way into Windhoek. Depending on our arrival, there may be time for an afternoon City & Township Tour before sunset. Windhoek city itself is quite small, so should you wish to explore on foot with your guide, this is also possible before dinner.Accommodation: Private room with en-suite bathroom at Windhoek Luxury SuitesIncluded activities: Airport pick upOptional activities: City & Township TourDistance travelled: ±45kms
Day 2: Kalahari Desert
We depart Windhoek this morning after breakfast, no later than 9h00, as we head south out of the capital and into the Kalahari. Today's drive is relatively short and easy, and we aim to arrive around lunchtime, so we have time to enjoy lunch and settle in before heading out on an afternoon nature drive to explore the surrounding area.Accommodation: Private rooms with en-suite bathroom at Kalahari Anib LodgeMeals: Breakfast & DinnerIncluded activities: Sundowner driveDistance travelled: ±500kms
Day 3: Canyon Lodge
After breakfast, we depart the Kalahari and make our way south through to the worlds 2nd largest Canyon, Fish River Canyon. Here, we can enjoy a late afternoon visit to the canyon to watch as the sun sets over this enormous expanse. With thousands of years of history, a visit to the canyon is a must for any geology enthusiast.Accommodation: Private rooms with en-suite bathroom at Canyon LodgeMeals: Breakfast & DinnerIncluded activities: Visit to Fish River Canyon ViewpointDistance travelled: ±500kms
Day 4: Eagles Rock, Klein Aus Vista
A chance to enjoy an early morning nature walk and leisurely breakfast before we hit the road heading north-west to Klein Aus, where we spend the next 2 nights. Klein Aus is nestled amongst incredible rocky outcrops and offers amazing hiking trails for those with a sense of adventure.Accommodation: Private rooms with en-suite bathroom at Klein Aus Vista Eagles NestMeals: Breakfast & DinnerOptional activities: Morning guided walk at Canyon Lodge & Afternoon self guided hikes at Klein AusDistance travelled: ±300kms
Day 5: Eagles Rock, Klein Aus Vista
Yet another early start today as we do a day visit to Luderitz and the infamous ghost town of Kolmanskop. Explore the small coastal town of Luderitz and perhaps opt to join a short boat cruise to Halifax Island to see the African Penguins before heading out to Kolmanskop, a once prosperous village, is now Namibia’s most famous ghost town after the local diamond field became depleted in 1956. On return to Klein Aus, keep eyes peeled for the famed desert horses of the Namib, a small population of desert-adapted feral horses that have defied all odds to survive the harsh conditions of the Southern Namib Desert.Accommodation: Private rooms with en-suite bathroom at Klein Aus Vista Eagles NestMeals: Breakfast & DinnerIncluded activities: Day visit to Luderitz & guided tour to KolmanskopDistance travelled: ±220kms
Day 6: Desert Camp, Namib Desert
We hit the road early for another long but scenic drive today north into the Namib Desert. Depending on our route, we will experience a range of different but equally breathtaking landscapes from mountains to deserts before arriving in the Sesriem area mid-afternoon, where we can take in our first Namib Desert sunset.Accommodation: Private rooms with en-suite bathroom at Desert CampMeals: Breakfast & DinnerDistance travelled: ±500kms
Day 7: Desert Camp, Namib Desert
A very early start this morning for an excursion to Sossusvlei. Aim to leave camp just before sunrise to be one of the first vehicles to enter the park when the gates open. The drive from Sesriem to the heart of the dunes is approx. 60kms and this drive alone offers some incredible opportunities for photography. On arrival in the 4x4 car park, begin to explore this area on foot, with a walk around Dead Vlei and Sossusvlei, and for the adventurous, a hike up Big Daddy, the tallest dune in the region, offering breathtaking views of the sand sea that is the Namib Desert. By midday, make your way back towards Sesriem with a stop at Sesriem Canyon, a small but important landmark for both the human and animal residents of the area.Accommodation: Private rooms with en-suite bathroom at Desert CampMeals: Breakfast & DinnerIncluded activities: Guided excursion to Sossusvlei, Deadvlei, Dune 45 & Sesriem CanyonOptional activities: Afternoon quadbiking excursionDistance travelled: ±120kms
Day 8: Swakopmund Sands Hotel, Skeleton Coast
Today's drive takes us through to Swakopmund via the Gaub and Kuiseb passes. The first official stop is Solitaire, a small but important outpost for tourists and locals alike and a popular place to stop enjoy some more unusual photographic opportunities. From Solitaire, we continue through the ever-changing desert landscapes before arriving in Walvis Bay, the main harbour in Namibia. Here we take the opportunity to visit the Walvis Bay Lagoon, a RAMSAR listed wetland site, famous as the feeding ground for many bird species, including the Greater & Lesser Flamingos and the endemic Damara Tern, amongst others, making it an ornithologist paradise. From Walvis Bay, it’s just a short drive to Swakopmund, where we will spend the next two nights.Accommodation: Private rooms with en-suite bathroom at Swakopmund Sands HotelMeals: BreakfastIncluded activities: Stops at Solitaire, Tropic of Capricorn, Walvis Bay LagoonOptional activities: Quad biking, scenic flight and moreDistance travelled: ±350kms
Day 9: Swakopmund Sands Hotel, Skeleton Coast
Today is a free day and the chance to explore at our own pace. For some, this will mean joining a boat cruise in Walvis Bay, where we have a good chance to see some seals and dolphins. For others, this will mean a morning of sandboarding before exploring the dunes on a quad bike or enjoying a scenic flight before skydiving. For others, it might be something a little more calm as a leisurely breakfast, a visit to the aquarium before an afternoon scenic flight along the Skeleton Coast. Swakopmund is the adventure capital of Namibia, and there is certainly something to satisfy everyone. The town itself, an unusual mix of German and Namibian culture, offers a relaxed and walkable town centre to enjoy at our own pace. There are good restaurants in both towns, with seafood, of course, being a specialty.Accommodation: Private rooms with en-suite bathroom at Swakopmund Sands HotelMeals: BreakfastOptional activities: Sandwich Harbour excursion, Boat Cruise, Living Desert tour & moreDistance travelled: ±0kmsB
Day 10: Twyfelfontein Adventure Camp, Damaraland
Starting the day early, we drive north along the Skeleton Coast this morning. Heading north up to Henties Bay, we make our first stop to see the most recent shipwreck to fall victim to the Benguela current, The Zeila. From here, we head inland into Damaraland and have the chance to stop and meet the people that call this area home, from the Himba to the Herero and, of course, the Damara people. We arrive late afternoon at our camp in the heart of Damaraland and have the chance to enjoy an epic Damaraland sunset.Accommodation: Private rooms with en-suite bathroom at Twyfelfontein Adventure CampMeals: Breakfast & DinnerIncluded activities: Visit to Zeila Shipwreck & stops with the Himba, Herero & Damara peopleDistance travelled: ±350kms
Day 11: Twyfelfontein Adventure Camp, Damaraland
A full day today to explore Damaraland. We start the morning with a leisurely breakfast before heading through to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Twyfelfontein, the worlds largest collection of rock etchings. After an informative tour with a local guide, we can return to camp for lunch and a siesta before heading out in the afternoon for a Huab River drive, searching for the elusive desert elephant.Accommodation: Private rooms with en-suite bathroom at Twyfelfontein Adventure CampMeals: Breakfast & DinnerIncluded activities: Morning excursion to Twyfelfontein & afternoon Huab River nature driveDistance travelled:0kms
Day 12: Okaukuejo/Halali, Etosha National Park
After breakfast, we head east to Etosha National Park, one of Southern Africa’s premier game reserves, home to some 340 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, and even 1 species of fish. On arrival at the park gate, we game drive through to our lodge for the night, stopping at the waterhole after waterhole seeing what we can find.Accommodation: Private rooms with en-suite bathroom at Okaukuejo/Halali inside Etosha National ParkMeals: Breakfast & DinnerIncluded activities: Afternoon game drive inside Etosha National ParkOptional activities: Night drive in Etosha National ParkDistance travelled: ±220kms + game drives
Day 13: Okaukuejo/Halali, Etosha National Park
Today, a full day to explore Etosha National Park, to game drive either morning & afternoon, or head out across the park for a full day, visit the famous Etosha Pan (where the park gets its name). Etosha stretches some 22,000km², and the pan is so big it can be seen from space. Photography opportunities around Etosha’s waterholes can be some of southern Africa's best. Due to a lack of natural waterholes and rivers, wildlife congregates together, and the chance to capture both prey & predators around the waterhole together is not uncommon. In addition to this, Halali offers excellent floodlit waterholes at the camp so we can enjoy the chance to watch the animals well into the night if we wish.Accommodation: Private rooms with en-suite bathroom at Okaukuejo/Halali inside Etosha National ParkMeals: Breakfast & DinnerIncluded activities: Full day game drive inside Etosha National ParkOptional activities: Night drive in Etosha National ParkDistance travelled: game drives
Day 14: Windhoek Luxury Suites, Windhoek
We make the most of our last morning and enjoy a morning game drive before exiting Etosha National Park no later than 12noon and making our way south back to Windhoek. Time permitting, enjoy a stop at the Okahandja woodcarvers market, a chance to practice our bargaining skills for some souvenirs.Accommodation: Private rooms with en-suite bathroom at Windhoek Luxury SuitesMeals: BreakfastIncluded activities: Morning game drive inside Etosha National ParkDistance travelled: ±450kms + game drives
Day 15: Departure
Depending on our flight time, we may have time for a leisurely breakfast and some last-minute shopping before leaving for the airport in time for our onward flight.Meals: BreakfastIncluded activities: Airport drop offDistance travelled: ±45kmsHappy flight back home

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