Namibia uses both Namibian Dollars and South African Rand which are on a 1:1 basis. If you are bringing currency we recommend South African Rand as it is easier to change back to your local currency if you have any


Photocopies of your passports and visas in case the originals are lost (this makes issuing of emergency travel documents much easier) Copies of prescriptions for any prescription medication you are travelling with Copies of travel insurance documentation Copies of any


Camera and lots of batteries Binoculars Sealable bag to keep dust and sand out of your camera and lenses Plenty of film or memory cards International plug adaptor For those with laptops or devices that require charging from local power


Sunblock (factor 35+) Lip balm Hand cream Perfumed creams are not recommended as they attract insects Insect repellent


Light, loose fitting clothing for the daytime, a cotton or cotton mix is the best choice Evenings can get chilly especially in the desert so a polar fleece or jacket is recommended Long trousers and long sleeved tops are recommend

Day 7 – Return to Windhoek

After breakfast we fly back to Windhoek.

Day 6 – Etosha National Park

In the early morning we travel by open vehicle into the Etosha National Park, one of the most diverse game sanctuaries in Africa. We may encounter 4 of the Big Five species as well as rare and endangered animals such

Day 5 – Etosha National Park

Today we visit one of the most spectacular outdoor art exhibitions in the world at the world heritage site of Twyfelfontein. Our visit is followed by a short flight to our lodge, situated at the entrance of the Etosha National

Day 4 – Damaraland

We travel to Walvis Bay to enjoy a marine cruise. Fur seals and aquatic birds will join us on board whilst we enjoy some sparkling wine and oysters, but we may also see dolphins, leather-back turtles or even a seasonal

Day 3 – Swakopmund

An open vehicle excursion takes us to Sossusvlei, a symphony of sand turning into an orchestra of burnished colours as the gigantic desert waves are painted from red through orange by the rising sun. After visiting the Sesriem Canyon, our