Best of Namibia - From $4,850 per person

Day 1 - Day 3
  • Wilderness Air shared charter flight Windhoek International Airport - Sossusvlei (approx 60 minutes)
  • Stay at Little Kulala Tented Camp for 2 nights
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
  • Little Kulala is a luxurious escape amid the archetypal dunes of the Namib Desert. The eleven tented kulalas (the word means to sleep) are designed and decorated to blend with the arid environment: an emphasis is placed on creating a cool, organic and welcoming feel. Soft linens, soothing earth tones and natural light create a connection with the desert, and amenities like private plunge pools and indoor and outdoor showers add a layer of indulgence to your experience. Look out upon the otherworldly Namib landscape including the mighty red dunes of Sossusvlei from the comfort of your bleached deck. You will set off on game drives to get to know this startlingly beautiful region and its wildlife: a unique aggregation of desert-adapted animals including the ostrich, springbok and gemsbok. One bird, called the dune lark, is dependent on this unique environment, and can only be found in this region. At night, you have the option of sleeping under the star-dappled Namibian sky in your own personal skybed atop your kulala. And in the mornings, consider opting for an unforgettable experience: floating out over the dunes at first light in a hot-air balloon. It is an experience unlike any other.

    You stay at Little Kulala
    Day 3 - Day 5
  • Wilderness Air shared charter flight Sossuvlei - Damaraland via Swakopmund (approx 3 hours)
  • Stay at Damaraland Camp for 2 nights
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
  • As you look out upon the early-morning mists in Damaraland Camp, the imposing heft of Brandenberg Mountain hovering in the distance and tawny desert landscape surrounding you, you know you are someplace special. A deluxe property set in nearly 200,000 acres of the Torra Wildlife Conservancy, the camp is owned by the local community: a fascinating pastiche of peoples ranging from the Nama-Damara to the displaced Riemvasmakers of South Africa. The result is more than just a business; it is a mission dear to the hearts of those who live here, and the service reflects that level of commitment. The 10 spacious adobe-style thatched lodgings are rustic yet delightfully comfortable. Each features an en-suite bathroom including flush toilet and shower with hot and cold running water. The common area is an intimate place to gather, whether taking a dip in the pool, lounging by the fire at the bar or enjoying a lantern-lit, delicious dinner in the fresh air of the Huab River Valley. While you are here, immerse yourself in this wild wonderland: roam the area in 4x4 vehicles, on foot or on mountain bike, keeping an eye out for gemsbok, ostrich and rare desert-adapted elephant as well as other hardy creatures of this arid land. A further highlight is the fascinating expedition to Twyfelfontein, home to the largest collection of prehistoric rock art in Africa.

    You stay at Damaraland Camp
    Day 5 - Day 7
  • Wilderness Air shared charter flight Damaraland - Ongava (approx 1 hour)
  • Stay at Ongava Tented Camp for 2 nights
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
  • Constructed from stone, canvas and thatch, Ongava Tented Camp is a delicately designed haven meant to pamper guests while preserving its unique wilderness setting. Conservation efforts have turned this area formerly unproductive cattle ranches into a pristine reserve that shares a border with Etosha National Park, Namibia\'s premier wildlife destination. Here, plains game like Damara dik-dik, steenbok and klipspringer roam the same lands as predators like lion, leopard and hyena, leading to a superlative game-viewing experience. In addition to game drives, guests can visit hides that overlook waterholes bursting with game, including rare species like black rhino and white rhino. Tracking the majestic white rhino in particular is an invigorating thrill, and one of the highlights of staying here. Back at camp, relax with a drink at the bar, or float lazily in the swimming pool, keeping an eye on the animals at the waterhole while you revel in the slower pace of safari life. The eight meru-style en-suite tents here were created to embody elegance while also embracing the flat, wide-open expanses surrounding it. Each of the tents features delightful touches like open-air showers and private verandas, and there is even a four-person unit designed for a family foray into the wilds.

    You stay at Ongava Tented Camp
    Day 7
  • Wilderness Air shared charter flight Ongava - Windhoek (approx 2 hours 20 minutes)