This self-drive itinerary is designed for the camping enthusiast, having you stay in some of Namibia's best campsites. Your highlights will include big cat sightings in the Okonjima Reserve, game viewing at the waterholes in the world famous Etosha National Park and the breathtaking and unforgettable landscapes of Damaraland. Your fully equipped Land Cruiser will take you on a journey through Namibia’s landscapes, providing you with a place to sleep on its roof and a supply of cold drinks in it’s inbuilt fridge.
Arrive in Windhoek, transferred to Olive Grove Guesthouse for your first nights stay.
Today you will be introduced on your vehicle, take a refresher driver training course and stock up on supplies before embarking on your trip. You will then set off to the Okonjima Reserve, home to the AfriCat Foundation.
Today you drive north to the Onguma Reserve on the edge of Etosha National Park. You will stay in one of Onguma's campsites, either Leadwood campsite or Tamboti. Either is great and provides you with your own site with a private ablution block. As a camper you are also able to use the facilities of the lodge for meals. Tamboti has its own restaurant.
This morning you will head further into the famous Etosha National Park. You will stay at Halali Campsite, situated over one of Etosha's finest waterholes.
This morning you will head for the famous Etosha National Park. You stay at Okaukuejo Rest Camp which also overlooks one of Etosha's best waterholes.
Today you will make your way to one of our favourite campsites in the Damaraland, Hoada Campsite. Be sure to have a refreshing swim in the pool here!
Head north into the heart of Damaraland where you will stay at the beautiful campsites that belongs to Mowani.
Today you will drive to Spitzkoppe, which is one of the most beautiful areas in Namibia, consisting of an imposing granite rock formation set in the plains. Here you can walk in the area and climb up to Bushman’s Paradise, a small basin tucked between the domes of rock, where you can view the rock paintings done by Bushman of the past and gaze at the amazing view.
Today you drive to the Eningu Clayhouse Lodge, which is just over an hour's drive to Windhoek Airport, for your final night's stay in Namibia.
Today you will make your own way to Windhoek Airport where you will be met by a Safari Drive Representative to hand back your vehicle and be debriefed on your trip, all in good time to check in for your flight.
Over the years we have researched and refined the list of vehicle equipment that we provide. The equipment is identical in every vehicle but we always ensure you have the essentials for each country and its respective driving conditions.
All our itineraries are tailor made, but here are some of our favourite routes and camp combinations.