Your journey takes you through Namibia with its various cultures and ways of life, varying from hunter-gatherers, herders, and farmers to an urban population. The diversity of ethnic origins is fascinating to any visitor. Start your tour through the picturesque Khomas Hochland to the Namib desert.
Stand in awe over the spectacular landscapes of Sossusvlei, boasting the highest dunes in the world. Explore the Atlantic coastline with its charming town Swakopmund. From here you continue inland to the Erongo Mountains where Bushmen paintings are silent evidence of the early hunters who inhabited this area, telling stories of bygone eras. The Twyfelfontein area in Damaraland is renowned for some of the best examples of Rock engravings in southern Africa and a proclaimed World Heritage Site. Continue through the rugged Kaokoland to the magnificent Epupa Waterfalls. This is the home of the nomadic Himba tribe, who have retained so much of their traditional culture. They are true survivors of this harsh, rocky, hostile, and yet beautiful wilderness area. Continue through the Four-O-Regions, the pulsating life of the communal areas of the Ovambo people, to the northern boarder of the Etosha National Park, one of the oldest and largest conservation areas in Africa. Waterholes along the edge of the pan guarantee rewarding game viewing. Continue to the Waterberg where you explore the Waterberg Wilderness. Here you can get an insight into the daily life and culture of the Herero people living in this area. From the Waterberg you drive south to experience fascinating leopard & cheetah sightings on a farm before you return to Namibia’s capital Windhoek.