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7 Day Kaokoveld Tour

Lodging

Self-Drive

Camping

Self-Drive, Camping

 

B = Breakfast | L = Lunch | D = Dinner

Enjoy our guided Namibia safari to the Kaokoveld staying in beautiful accommodations in scenic locations.

Enjoy the spectacular backdrop of the Kaokoveld from dry landscapes and rock formations to magnificent waterfalls. Visit the Himba people and view the many animals which inhabit the area.

Day 1: You will be met at the Windhoek International Airport or your establishment in the capital just before your departure. You will journey directly via Okahandja to Omaruru, where you will visit a local winery: the Kristall Kellerei. Enjoy a walk through the vineyards and the wine tasting afterwards. Proceed via Uis and visit the Petrified Forest on the way to your establishment.   [D | Camp Xaragu]
Day 2: Khorixas, the traditional capital of Damaraland, is strategically situated for visits to the Burnt Mountain, Brandberg, Organ Pipes, Vingerklip (Rock finger), and Twyfelfontein. It is also where curious stone formations, ancient rock engravings and strange geological phenomena continue to captivate. Today the guide will try to take you to as many of the different attractions as time allows.   [B, D | Camp Xaragu]
Day 3: Today you will proceed via Palmwag to Sesfontein. Stop at Palmwag which is located in northern Damaraland, home to large free roaming populations of black rhinos, desert adapted elephant, Hartmann's mountain zebra, giraffe, oryx, springbok, kudu, lions, cheetah, leopard and brown and spotted hyena. After exploring Palmwag travel to Sesfontein where you will stay over at Fort Sesfontein Lodge. The Lodge is situated in the north western part of Namibia, close to the Hoanib river, on the southern side of Koakoveld. A gap in the mountains allows access to the valley basin of Sesfontein (six fountains), where lush green gardens give the landscape its special oasis character. You can enjoy a scenic safari outing untouched landscapes, sandy deserts, bizarre rock forms, vegetation and wild animals form part of the experience (clients own account).   [B, D | Campsite: Fort Sesfontein]
Day 4: After breakfast you will depart for Opuwo. Opuwo, in the heart of the Kaokoland, is the gateway to traditional Himba settlements and many of the Kunene Region's natural attractions. The dusty town on its own has little to offer. You will find many of the Himba and Herero people here often in traditional dress, especially the ornate headdress and the ochre coloured skin of the Himba.   [B, D | Campsite: Ohakane Guesthouse]
Day 5: Early morning rise with breakfast before leaving for Epupa Falls. Stay at Omarunga Camp on the banks of the Kunene river, only a short walk upstream from the spectacular Epupa Falls. Hidden in the shade of exotic Makalani palm trees, you will be tempted to relax and absorb the breathtaking scenery of the Angolan mountains. There is a whole variety of activities. You can explore the spectrum of smaller waterfalls, created by the 800 meter wide river system. The more adventurous can cool off in one of the crocodile-safe pools. Go on a late afternoon sundowner tour and enjoy a drink and snack high on top of a ‘koppie’ overlooking the magnificent Epupa waterfalls. Visit the famous indigenous Himba a typical small village, where you can experience the traditional way of the Himbas. All activities will be on the client's account.   [B, D | Campsite: Omarunga Camp]
Day 6: Today you will depart Kamanjab via Opuwo. Stay at Gelbingen Lodge & Safaris which is situated in a mountainous valley in the middle of a Mopani tree savannah. Enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure.   [B, D | Gelbingen Lodge & Safaris]
Day 7: Return to Windhoek.

 

Tour Details

Length:7 Days, 6 Nights
Min Pax:2
Departures:Scheduled weekly every Thursday
Vehicle:Quantum
Language:English
Includes:Accommodation, Transport, Guide, Specified activities, Specified meals
Excludes:Beverages, Meals not specified, Optional excursions and activities

Highlights:

Omaruru, Winery, Petrified Forest, Damaraland, Burnt Mountain, Brandberg, Organ Pipes, Vingerklip, Twyfelfontein, Palmwag, Sesfontein, Opuwo, Himba People, Epupa Falls

 
Kaokoveld and Damaraland safari in north western Namibia

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View from Deck, Twyfelfontein Lone elephant, Damaraland Traditional girls, village
 

B = Breakfast | L = Lunch | D = Dinner

Enjoy the convenience of one of our Namibia self drive tours to the beautiful Kaokoveld.

Enjoy the spectacular backdrop of the Kaokoveld from dry landscapes and rock formations to magnificent waterfalls. Visit the Himba people and view the many animals which inhabit the area.

Day 1: You will be met at the Windhoek International Airport or your establishment in the capital just before your departure. Travel directly via Okahandja to Omaruru, where you shall visit a local winery: the Kristall Kellerei. Enjoy a walk through the vineyards and the wine tasting afterwards. Proceed via Uis and visit the Petrified Forest on the way to your establishment.   [D | Camp Xaragu]
Day 2: Khorixas, the traditional capital of Damaraland, is strategically situated for visits to the Burnt Mountain, Brandberg, Organ Pipes, Vingerklip (Rock finger), and Twyfelfontein. It is also where curious stone formations, ancient rock engravings and strange geological phenomena continue to captivate. Visit as many of the different attractions as time allows.   [B, D | Camp Xaragu]
Day 3: Today you will proceed via Palmwag to Sesfontein. Stop at Palmwag which is located in northern Damaraland, home to large free roaming populations of Black rhinos, desert adapted elephant, Hartmann's mountain zebra, giraffe, oryx, springbok, kudu, lions, cheetah, leopard and brown and spotted hyena. After exploring Palmwag travel to Sesfontein where you will stay over at Fort Sesfontein Lodge. The Lodge is situated in the north western part of Namibia, close to the Hoanib river, on the southern side of Koakoveld. A gap in the mountains allows access to the valley basin of Sesfontein (six fountains), where lush green gardens give the landscape its special oasis character. You can enjoy a scenic drive untouched landscapes, sandy deserts, bizarre rock forms, vegetation and wild animals form part of the experience (client's own account).   [B, D | Campsite: Fort Sesfontein]
Day 4: After breakfast you will depart for Opuwo. Opuwo, in the heart of the Kaokoland, is the gateway to traditional Himba settlements and many of the Kunene Region's natural attractions. The dusty town on its own has little to offer. You will find many of the Himba and Herero people people here often in traditional dress, especially the ornate headdress and the ochre coloured skin of the Himba.   [B, D | Campsite: Ohakane Guesthouse]
Day 5: Early morning rise with breakfast before leaving for Epupa Falls. Stay at Omarunga Camp on the banks of the Kunene river, only a short walk upstream from the spectacular Epupa Falls. Hidden in the shade of exotic Makalani palm trees, you will be tempted to relax and absorb the breathtaking scenery of the Angolan mountains. There is a whole variety of activities. You can explore the spectrum of smaller waterfalls, created by the 800 meter wide river system. The more adventurous can cool off in one of the crocodile-safe pools. Go on a late afternoon sundowner tour and enjoy a drink and snack high on top of a Koppie overlooking the magnificent Epupa waterfalls. Visit the famous indigenous Himba a typical small village, where you can experience the traditional way of the Himbas. All activities will be on the client's account.   [B, D | Campsite: Omarunga Camp]
Day 6: Today you will depart Kamanjab via Opuwo. Stay at Gelbingen Lodge & Safaris which is situated in a mountainous valley in the middle of a Mopani tree savannah. Enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure.   [B, D | Gelbingen Lodge & Safaris]
Day 7: Return to Windhoek.

 

Tour Details: Self Drive

Self Drive Tour
Length:7 Days, 6 Nights
Min Pax:2
Departures:Scheduled weekly every Thursday
Vehicle:Toyota Hilux Double Cab 4x4 or Nissan Double Cab 4x4 or similar
Language:English
Price:N$11800 per person
Includes:Accommodation, Vehicle, Specified activities, Specified meals
Excludes:Beverages, Meals not specified, Optional excursions and activities

Highlights:

Omaruru, Winery, Petrified Forest, Damaraland, Burnt Mountain, Brandberg, Organ Pipes, Vingerklip, Twyfelfontein, Palmwag, Sesfontein, Opuwo, Himba People, Epupa Falls

 
Kaokoveld and Damaraland in north western Namibia

For the full itinerary and a quotation, please contact us:

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Accommodation, Twyfelfontein Rock art Himba boys Springbuck
 

B = Breakfast | L = Lunch | D = Dinner

Get closer to nature on our 7 Day Kaokoveld Guided Camping Tours Namibia.

Enjoy the spectacular backdrop of the Kaokoveld from dry landscapes and rock formations to magnificent waterfalls. Visit the Himba people and view the many animals which inhabit the area.

Day 1: You will be met at the Windhoek International Airport or at your establishment in the capital just before your departure. Travel directly via Okahandja to Omaruru, where you shall visit a local winery: the Kristall Kellerei. Enjoy a walk through the vineyards and enjoy the wine tasting afterwards. Proceed via Uis and visit the Petrified Forest on the way to your establishment.   [D | Camp Xaragu]
Day 2: Khorixas, the traditional capital of Damaraland, is strategically situated for visits to the Burnt Mountain, Brandberg, Organ Pipes, Vingerklip (Rock finger), and Twyfelfontein. It is also where curious stone formations, ancient rock engravings and strange geological phenomena continue to captivate. Your guide will take you to as many of the different attractions as time allows.   [B, L, D | Camp Xaragu]
Day 3: Today you will proceed via Palmwag to Sesfontein. Stop at Palmwag which is located in northern Damaraland, home to large free roaming populations of Black rhinos, desert adapted elephant, Hartmann's mountain zebra, giraffe, oryx, springbok, kudu, lions, cheetah, leopard and brown and spotted hyena. After exploring Palmwag travel to Sesfontein where you will stay over at Ongongo Campsite. Enjoy this tranquil site, its memorable scenery and the small natural swimming pool - a rare bonus!   [B, L, D | Ongongo Campsite]
Day 4: After breakfast you will depart for Opuwo. Opuwo, in the heart of the Kaokoland, is the gateway to traditional Himba settlements and many of the Kunene Region's natural attractions. The dusty town on its own has little to offer. You will find many of the Himba and Herero people here often in traditional dress, especially the ornate headdress and the ochre coloured skin of the Himba.   [B, L, D | Campsite at Opuwo Country Lodge]
Day 5: Early morning rise with breakfast before leaving for Epupa Falls. Stay at Omarunga Camp on the banks of the Kunene river, only a short walk upstream from the spectacular Epupa Falls. Hidden in the shade of exotic Makalani palm trees, you will be tempted to relax and absorb the breathtaking scenery of the Angolan mountains. There is a whole variety of activities. You can explore the spectrum of smaller waterfalls, created by the 800 meter wide river system. The more adventurous can cool off in one of the crocodile-safe pools. Go on a late afternoon sundowner tour and enjoy a drink and snack high on top of a Koppie overlooking the magnificent Epupa waterfalls. Visit the famous indigenous Himba a typical small village, where you can experience the traditional way of the Himbas. All activities will be on the client's account.   [B, L, D | Campsite: Omarunga Camp]
Day 6: Today you will depart Kamanjab via Opuwo. Overnight at Oppi Koppi Rest camp. The name of the lodge means ‘on a small hill’ in the Afrikaans language, so it should come as no surprise to find this establishment on the side of a small Koppie.   [B, L, D | Campsite: Oppi Koppi Rest Camp]
Day 7: Return to Windhoek.

 

Tour Details:

Guided camping tour
Length:7 Days, 6 Nights
Min Pax:2
Departures:Scheduled weekly every Thursday
Vehicle:Quantum or similar vehicle
Language:English
Price:As from N$8500 per person
Includes:Accommodation, Transport, Guide, Specified activities, Specified meals
Excludes:Beverages, Meals not specified, Optional excursions and activities

Highlights:

Omaruru, Winery, Petrified Forest, Damaraland, Burnt Mountain, Brandberg, Organ Pipes, Vingerklip, Twyfelfontein, Palmwag, Sesfontein, Opuwo, Himba People, Epupa Falls

 
Kaokoveld and Damaraland in north western Namibia

For the full itinerary and a quotation, please contact us:

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Himba woman Herd of Elephant San rock paintings
 

B = Breakfast | L = Lunch | D = Dinner

Our Self Drive and Camping Kaokoveld Safari is perfect for those wanting the flexibility of a self-drive tour while enjoying the benefits of camping.

Enjoy the spectacular backdrop of the Kaokoveld from dry landscapes and rock formations to magnificent waterfalls. Visit the Himba people and view the many animals which inhabit the area.

Day 1: You will be met at the Windhoek International Airport or your establishment in the capital just before your departure. Travel directly via Okahandja to Omaruru, where you shall visit a local winery: the Kristall Kellerei. Enjoy a walk through the vineyards and the wine tasting afterwards. Proceed via Uis and visit the Petrified Forest on the way to your establishment.   [Campsite: Camp Xaragu]
Day 2: Khorixas, the traditional capital of Damaraland, is strategically situated for visits to the Burnt Mountain, Brandberg, Organ Pipes, Vingerklip (Rock finger), and Twyfelfontein. It is also where curious stone formations, ancient rock engravings and strange geological phenomena continue to captivate. You can visit as many of the different attractions as time allows.   [Campsite: Camp Xaragu]
Day 3: Today you will proceed via Palmwag to Sesfontein. Stop at Palmwag which is located in northern Damaraland, home to large free roaming populations of Black rhinos, desert adapted elephant, Hartmann's mountain zebra, giraffe, oryx, springbok, kudu, lions, cheetah, leopard and brown and spotted hyena. After exploring Palmwag travel to Sesfontein where you will stay over at Ongongo Campsite. Enjoy this tranquil site, its memorable scenery and the small natural swimming pool - a rare bonus!   [Campsite: Ongongo Campsite]
Day 4: After breakfast you will depart for Opuwo. Opuwo, in the heart of the Kaokoland, is the gateway to traditional Himba settlements and many of the Kunene Region's natural attractions. The dusty town on its own has little to offer. You will find many of the Himba and Herero people here often in traditional dress, especially the ornate headdress and the ochre coloured skin of the Himba.   [Campsite at Opuwo Country Lodge]
Day 5: Early morning rise with breakfast before leaving for Epupa Falls. Stay at Omarunga Camp on the banks of the Kunene river, only a short walk upstream from the spectacular Epupa Falls. Hidden in the shade of exotic Makalani palm trees, you will be tempted to relax and absorb the breathtaking scenery of the Angolan mountains. There is a whole variety of activities. You can explore the spectrum of smaller waterfalls, created by the 800 meter wide river system. The more adventurous can cool off in one of the crocodile-safe pools. Go on a late afternoon sundowner tour and enjoy a drink and snack high on top of a Koppie overlooking the magnificent Epupa waterfalls. Visit the famous indigenous Himba a typical small village, where you can experience the traditional way of the Himbas. All activities will be on the client's account.   [Campsite: Omarunga Camp]
Day 6: Today you will depart Kamanjab via Opuwo. Overnight at Oppi Koppi Rest Camp. The name of the lodge means ‘on a small hill’ in the Afrikaans language, so it should come as no surprise to find this establishment on the side of a small Koppie.   [Campsite: Oppi Koppi Rest Camp]
Day 7: Return to Windhoek.

 

Tour Details

Self-drive camping tour
Length:7 Days, 6 Nights
Min Pax:2
Departures:Scheduled weekly every Thursday
Vehicle:Toyota Hilux Double Cab 4x4 or Nissan Double Cab 4x4 or similar
Language:English
Price:N$7000 per person
Includes:Accommodation, Transport, Specified activities, Specified meals
Excludes:Beverages, Meals not specified, Optional excursions and activities

Highlights:

Omaruru, Winery, Petrified Forest, Damaraland, Burnt Mountain, Brandberg, Organ Pipes, Vingerklip, Twyfelfontein, Palmwag, Sesfontein, Opuwo, Himba People, Epupa Falls

 
Kaokoveld and Damaraland in north western Namibia

For the full itinerary and a quotation, please contact us:

Email Us Get a Quote
Elephant Guided safari drive Accommodation, Opuwo Himbas, Opuwo

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