Guided Sightseeing Tours in Namibia

11 Day Faces of Namibia Tours

A breathtaking journey to view the diverse wildlife and interesting cultures of Namibia. Includes Etosha, Himba tribe, Damaraland, Sossusvlei & much more!

Join in on a timeless adventure on our 11 Day Faces of Namibia, filled with awesome contrasting landscapes, spectacular vistas & abundant wildlife. Namibia has sights, sounds, aromas, tastes & emotions waiting for you to experience.



  • Traverse the Etosha National Park in search of fascinating animal species
  • Visit a local homestead of the Oshiwambo tribe and learn about local life & culture
  • Visit a traditional Ovahima Village, one of the last surviving communities that have lived according to their ancestral cultures for hundreds of years
  • Damaraland, home to unique desert elephants & free roaming rhinos
  • Visit the age-old Petrified Forest & marvel at the oldest desert plant on Earth
  • Twyfelfontein, home to over 2,500 Bushman painting over 6,000 years old
  • Burnt Mountain & the Organ Pipes
  • Visit the traditional “living museum” of the Damara people
  • Leisure time in Swakopmund to partake in activities in this idyllic coastal town
  • View an amazing sunrise over the Namib Desert
  • Early morning excursion into Sossusvlei
  • Walking excrsion to Dead Vlei
  • Visit the Sesriem Canyon, a 30-metre deep gauge incised into the desert floor


Most Meals Included

11 Day
Coach Tour

Day 1 - 2 Etosha National Park 450km

Departing Windhoek, we travel to the Etosha National Park, where you will have the option to book a game drive in open vehicles. Boasting over 110 animal and over 300 bird species, the park offers a uniqe diversity. The following 2 days we devote purely to the search of abundant wildlife in the park.
Overnight at Etosha Village (B)

Day 3 Etosha National Park 300km
We traverse the park from west to east, with a size of over 22,000 square kilometres, it renowned for
spectacular wildlife including elephant, black & white rhinoceros, lions, leopards, cheetahs, large herds of springbok, zebra, wildebeest,giraffe and other fascinating species. Each waterhole promises us amazing photographic
Overnight at Mokuti Lodge (B)

Day 4 Owamboland 250km
Traveling into the “Region of the four O’s”, home to eight Oshiwambo groups, together the largest tribe found in Namibia, we visit a local homestead of the Oshiwambo tribe. Highlights include a traditional “Kraal” inhabited
by local residents, where we learn about the Oshiwambo’s local life, culture and customs. Arriving at the lodge in the afternoon, the rest of the day is spent at leisure.
Overnight at Ondangwa Lodge (B)

Day 5 Kaokoland 460km
Traversing Ovamboland, we arrive at our lodge in Opuwo, set high on a hill with magnificent views over the untouched landscape of Kaokoland. We visit a traditional Ovahimba village & experience one of the last surviving human communities that have lived according to their ancestral culture for hundreds of years.
Overnight at Opuwo Country Lodge (B)

Day 6 Damaraland 350km
We travel further south into Damaraland, a sparsely populated part of Namibia, home of the unique desert elephant and a free roaming rhino population. We visit the age-old Petrified Forest, where we can also marvel at the oldest desert plant on Earth, the Welwitschia mirabilis. Our journey takes us through eroded dry riverbeds and rocky plains to our lodge, situated along a dry riverbed and in close proximity to Twyfelfontein and other fantastic geological phenomena.
Overnight at Twyfelfontein Lodge (B)

Day 7 Damaraland 40km
Today we visit Twyfelfontein, Namibia’s only World Heritage site where Bushman communities painted over 2500 pictures some 6000 years ago! We visit the Burnt Mountain and the Organ Pipes - all geological phenomena’s depicting the creation and evolution of some of the oldest landmasses on earth. After a visit to a traditional “living museum” of the Damara people, we travel back to our lodge. In the afternoon we have the option of searching for the desert elephant on a guided nature drive.
Overnight at Twyfelfontein Lodge (B)

Day 8 Swakopmund 340km
We travel via majestic mountain ranges & the Brandberg, Namibia’s highest mountain (2579m), to the Atlantic Ocean. We reach Swakopmund in the early afternoon where we spend the rest of the day at leisure. You have the option to take part in a spectrum of activities that are offered in and around this idyllic coastal town.
Overnight at Hotel Zum Kaiser (B)

Day 9 Sossusvlei 360km
The morning is spent at leisure in Swakopmund. By early afternoon we travel via two geologically amazing canyons & endless desert plains into the vicinity of Sossusvlei. Our lodge is situated at the gate to Sossusvlei and offers us magnificent desert vistas. We have the rest of the afternoon at leisure.
Overnight at Sossusvlei Desert Camp (B)

Day 10 Sossusvlei 130km
After an early rise, we will forever remember the picture of a sunrise over the Namib Dunes. Gaze at the bright sun-baked sand combined with the play of shadows cast onto the side of the dunes. We visit Dead Vlei, a surreal white clay pan surrounded by monumental dunes and dotted with age-old camelthorn trees. Travelling back to our lodge, we visit Sesriem Canyon, a 30-metre deep gauge incised into the desert floor by the Tsauchab River.
Overnight at Sossusvlei Desert Camp (B)

Day 11 Return to Windhoek 350km
After breakfast we travel back to Windhoek where we are dropped off at our accommodation of choice, or transferred to the airport for our outward flight. (B)

Rates quoted per person sharing

11 Day Faces of Namibia Tour

IN ZAR 01 Nov -
30 Jun'15
01 Jul -
31 Oct '15
Budget Version
Breakfast Daily
Midrange Accommodation
(max 20 clients per vehicle)
R22,230 R23,250
Single supplements applicable to single travellers
Departure Dates
May 2015 04,18
June 2015 15
July 2015 06,20
August 2015 03,17,31
September 2015 14,28
October 2015 05,12,19,26


  • All accommodation
  • Transportation and sightseeing as detailed in the itinerary
  • All meals as indicated in the itinerary
  • Services of an experienced driver/guide
  • Dual Language (English/German)
  • Bottled water for the duration of the journey


  • International Flights
  • Drinks
  • Personal insurances
  • Tips
  • Personal items
Prices are subject to change due to airfare increases, currency exchange, fluctuations and any unforeseen circumstances, without prior notice.

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