Luxury Namibia Wing Safari

Fly-in Holiday to Etosha National Park, Damaraland and NamibRand Nature Reserve

Damaraland, Etosha National Park, Namib-Naukluft National Park & Sossusvlei

Duration: 7 nights

Price: From £6,500 per person in low season based on two adults travelling together and including all flights in economy class, accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis, private transfers, transportation, experiences as stated and taxes

Take to the air on this luxury Namibia wing-safari, and witness one of the most stunning and inaccessible places on earth. Gliding over this awesome country by light aircraft you’ll truly comprehend its enormity, before touching down in the contrasting landscapes of Etosha, Damaraland, and NamibRand. Here you’ll not only encounter incredible game, but stay at fashion-shoot worthy camps like the legendary Wolwedans Dunes Lodge.
Perfect forDesert day-dreamers, photographers; anyone who wants a visually stunning and glamorous journey into one of the most remote places on earth.
In the knowRound off your trip with two nights at the luxurious Little Kulala Lodge, found in the heart of the sand dunes of Sossusvlei.

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Once you’ve arrived at Windhoek International Airport, you’ll then take a light aircraft flight to the game rich landscape of Etosha National Park. The sweeping views you’ll get as you fly over the ‘Place of Mirages’ are what wildlife documentaries are made of, with herds of zebra, giraffe, elephant, as well as lion, peppering the vast haze-covered salt pan.  You’ll then touch down at the striking and contemporary desert hideaway, Onguma The Fort, which has its own viewing tower overlooking a large water-hole, and widely-spaced suites which make you feel totally isolated. Head out each day with your expert guides on game drives, and share the sight of elephant excitedly sniffing the air for water, lion lazing in amongst the grasses – and perhaps even the endangered rhino charging through the dust.

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You’ll now fly west towards the coast, and watch the landscape transform as you pass over Namibia’s highest mountain, The Brandberg, and glide into the rough-and-ready terrain of Damaraland. Looking like giants have been at play, Damaraland is a total contrast from flat and arid Etosha, and here you’ll stay at Mowani Mountain Camp which blends perfectly with the vast boulders that pepper the landscape. Perched high on this rocky outcrop, you’ll awake to mesmerising sunrise that wash the boulders red, purple, and pink, and take a dip in the pool where rock hyraxes can be seen darting over the thatched roofs. You’ll then spend a day rock-climbing, mountain biking, visiting the ancient rock paintings of Twyfelfontein, and the eerie Petrified Forest – or perhaps taking a game drive down to the river-bed to see the rare desert elephant.

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After breakfast, your aerial odyssey continues as you commence towards the coastal town of Swakopmund, and enjoy a lunch on the windswept beaches of fresh oysters and champagne. After this, you’ll glide over the Namb-Naukluft National Park: losing all notions of scale as look down on the iconic sand-dune expanse of Sossusvlei – before heading deep into the heart of the NamibRand Nature Reserve. Where the imposing Nubib Mountains provide the backdrop, and motionless desert plains form the stage, Wolwedans Dunes Lodge is one of the most stunningly located lodges in Namibia – and certainly the most luxurious.

Rolling up the canvas walls on your exquisite tented camp, you’ll feel totally immersed in your surroundings, and the immense sense of solitude. You’ll then head out each day in a 4x4 to see smaller-desert adapted wildlife such as oryx, springbok, sand spiders, geckoes, and birds; roam the ancient hunting spots of Bushmen, all topped with a luxury picnic and sundowners in the dunes. After a final night of stargazing beneath Namibia’s pristine Night Sky Reserve, you’ll fly back to Windhoek where you’ll connect with your flight home.

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