- Explore the highest sand dunes in the world in Sossusvlei
- Float over Sossusvlei during a hot air balloon flight
- Meet the rare desert elephants in Damaraland
- Spend the morning exploring the Hoarusib River
- On game drives in Etosha National Park. Observe the animals up close
Namibian Fly-in Safari
A Namibian Fly-in Safari is and remains impressive.
Take off with a sports plane, 4 seater Cessna 210, and discover Namibia in all its beauty from a bird’s eye view. The long distances in Namibia can be overcome easily, so you save time and enjoy the whole trip in comfort.
Price per person sharing in a double room
from 2 persons 9.825 Euro per person
from 4 persons 8.590 Euro per person
Program subject to change for organizational reasons!Request
2 – 4 Persons
from € 8.590 / per person
Day 1: Arrival in Windhoek
Welcome to Namibia. Upon your arrival in Windhoek, your English-speaking tour guide will be waiting for you at the airport. Relax, as this is the start of your fly-in safari through this beautiful and diverse country.
Together with your guide you will undertake a short city tour in Windhoek. Walk through Windhoek, visit the famous Tintenpalast, Christ Church and the old fortress.
Around 14h00 you will be transferred to your accommodation and the rest of the afternoon is at your leisure.
Hotel: Hotel Heinizburg - 1 Night
The "Hotel Heinitzburg", a restored castle with a unique architecture, welcomes you on a mountain in Windhoek. Among other things, a well-kept garden with a pool, a wine cellar and 2 restaurants await you.
Heinitzburg offers 16 spacious, generously appointed en suite rooms, all individually decorated, no two rooms look alike! Each room has individual air conditioning/heating, electronic safe, minibar, flat screen TV with satellite channels.
Day 2: Continue to Sossusvlei
After breakfast and transfer to Eros Airport in Windhoek, your fly-in safari starts here through Namibia.
Today you will meet your pilot who will accompany you on your fly-in safari. You will fly about 90 minutes towards the coast over breathtaking landscapes into the large Namib Rand Nature Reserve.
After landing in Sossusvlei, you’ll be transferred to the camp.
Day 3: Explore Sossusvlei & the Dead Vlei
Today it’s time to get up early and go by jeep on a discovery tour to the impressive rust-red dunes. Here you will find “Dune 45”, one of the highest sand dunes in the world. The tour continues to the “Dead Vlei”, a clay pan surrounded by dunes.
After the visit to Sossusvlei you will drive to Sesriem Canyon. The Tsauchab is a river that is about 100km long and is especially famous for the part where it flows through the Sesriem Canyon.
Around noon you will drive back to the lodge and in the late afternoon you can enjoy a sundowner drive on the Kulala Reserve.
At night the starry sky sparkles and you marvel at the Milky Way, as you have never seen it before.
Hotel: Kalula Desert Lodge - 2 Nights
Situated at the foot of the majestic Sossusvlei Dunes, "Kulala Desert Lodge" is the closest lodge to Sossusvlei, accessible through a private gate exclusively for Wilderness Safaris. Ideal for introducing you to Namibia's natural wonders, enjoying the vast landscape on drives and nature walks.
The camp consists of 23 thatched and canvas "kulalas" ("kulala" means to sleep), each built on a wooden platform with a flat roof for resting under the stars. The main area includes a pool and wraparound veranda overlooking a waterhole.
local beverages, four wheel drive adventures to Sossusvlei, the "Dead Vlei" and the Sesriem Caynyon. Nature and sundowner drives no the Kalula reserve, guided walks, laundry service and park entrance fees.
Day 4: Continue to Swakopmund
If you want, the ballooning safari starts very early in the morning: You have the option to float in a hot air balloon over the red dunes of Sossusvlei. You can book this unique experience additionally with us at any time. I will be happy to advise you on this.
During mid morning you will fly on to Swakopmund. Today’s flight takes you along the Atlantic coast and the route is one of the most worth while seeing in Namibia. As you descend, you will fly over abandoned diamond mines and once you reach the coast, you will spot numerous seal colonies and shipwrecks along the beach.
After landing at the airstrip in Swakopmund, transfer to your hotel at the Mole.
Day 5: Explore Swakopmund & Walvis Bay
The entire day is at your leisure or optionally you can take a catamaran tour on the Walvis Bay Lagoon or optionally join a Living Desert Tour.
Spend half a day on this scenic catamaran cruise, where seals sometimes greet you on the boat. While keeping an eye out for pelicans, dolphins and seals, enjoy fresh Walvis Bay oysters and a glass of bubbly.
Living Desert Tour.
Spend half a day in the oldest desert in the world, the Namib Desert. On this tour, special care is taken not to damage the Eco-system. Follow the tracks of desert chameleons and snakes burrowing in the sand. Geckos, rolling spiders, scorpions, lizards and a variety of beetles and insects are some of the creatures that call the Namib Desert their home.
Hotel: Swakopmund Strand Hotel - 2 Nights
The "Strand Hotel Swakopmund" is the perfect place for travelers who want to explore Swakopmund and the coast. This Namibian icon has become a popular destination for international visitors. With its extensive, unique and creatively entertaining restaurants, bars, deli, lobby lounge, Sea Facing Terraces, Beach Kiosk , all located on the pier and surrounded on three sides by the sea, Strand Hotel Swakopmund is a social epicenter and destination for all visitors.
Sea View Room
Located in some of the best view locations within the hotel, these luxury rooms offer floor-to-ceiling panoramic doors and sliding doors with "step-out" balconies. Bathrooms with showers and separate toilets feature double sinks.
Day 6: Continue into Damaraland
After breakfast, transfer back to Swakopmund airstrip and fly inland past the Brandberg. This is the highest mountain in Namibia, with an altitude of 2578m. You will land in Damaraland, home of the famous desert elephants.
The afternoon is at leisure. From the camp, there are very nice walks / hikes that can be done in the afternoon. You can also combine these with a “sundowner” for example!
Day 7: In search of the desert elephants
Together with a ranger, today you will travel in an off-road vehicle through the vast landscape, on the trail of the rare desert elephant, whose sighting will undoubtedly be a highlight of your trip.
While you roam the area in search of the famous pachyderms, you can also look forward to encounters with zebras, hyenas, oryx, springboks, giraffes, rhinos and lions.
Hotel: Doro Nawas - 2 Nights
"Doro Nawas" rests on the edge of the dry Aba Huab River and overlooks ancient plains with magnificent views of rugged Damaraland. The camp provides an excellent base for exploration in game drive vehicles and on foot, as well as for excursions to fascinating geological phenomena, petroglyphs (prehistoric rock engravings) and San rock art at Twyfelfontein, Namibia's first World Heritage Site.
The design and decor of the 16 nature-themed units blend into the surrounding landscape. Each unit consists of a bedroom, bathroom, outdoor shower and veranda from which to stargaze or sleep under the stars. There is an indoor and outdoor dining area, a pool area and a small gift store.
Full board, local beverages, four wheel drive in search of the desert elephants, nature drives, excursion to Twyfelfontein and the Petrified Forest, guided nature walks, laundry service and park entrance fees.
Day 8: Continue to the Skeleten Coast
After breakfast, today you will fly from Damaraland to the Skeleton Coast.
On the way from Möwe Bay to the lodge you will see what remains of the victims of this treacherous coast: decaying ships, the remains of a Ventura bomber and the abandoned Westies diamond mine testify to the ruthlessness of this arid landscape. You will also visit the seal colony and in the afternoon you will arrive at Shipwreck Lodge.
Day 9: Full day excursion to Hoarusib River
Along the river… Spend your day exploring the Hoarusib River. Visit the clay castles, an impressive geological formation. You may even see the elusive desert-adapted elephants, brown hyenas and lions.
Lunch by the sea …
Weather permitting, enjoy a delicious lunch on the vast, empty beach. Feel the fresh sea breeze caress your hair and ponder the meaning of life as the sea washes over the pristine sand in its endless ebb and flow.
Hotel: Shipwreck Lodge - 2 Nights
Cleverly designed to resemble shipwrecks, the chalets at "Shipwreck Lodge" are spread out along the sand dunes. Wake up to spectacular views of the desert and the sound of waves in the distance, and fall asleep to a crackling fire in the stove. Cabins are equipped with double or twin beds.
All chalets have private bathrooms and are equipped with a safe and a wood stove. Each cabin has its own terrace from which to enjoy the tranquil landscape. The design of the lodge was inspired by the many shipwrecks that have sunk on the Skeleton Coast. The lodge emphasizes a low ecological footprint through eco-friendly water management and the use of solar power.
Full board, local drinks, sandboarding, quad biking, excursion onto the Skeleten Coast, Hoarusib River excursion, beach lunch and sundowner drives.
Day 10: Continue to the Etosha National Park
After a hearty breakfast, you will fly towards Etosha National Park and the adjacent Onguma Game Reserve.
A short transfer in an off-road vehicle will take you to Onguma The Fort. Upon arrival at the lodge, a delicious lunch already awaits you.
In the late afternoon, you will embark on an afternoon sundowner nature drive in the Onguma Reserve, where the experienced rangers will explain the many intricacies of the bush. The reserve boasts over 30 different species of wildlife. Plains game moves freely in the reserve, and predators, while not always easy to spot, are common residents of the region. Lions and cheetahs are frequently seen and often heard.
There is a healthy population of black rhino and leopard, and hyenas are also often seen and heard. All of this can be spotted during the sundowner drives.
Day 11: Game drive in Etosha National Park
Early in the morning you will go on a game drive into Etosha National Park, accompanied by experienced rangers who share their valuable knowledge of the area and its inhabitants.
In the open jeep you will enjoy a spectacular 360 degree view. You will have the opportunity to see some 114 species of mammals that make their home in Etosha. These include the black-faced impala and the endangered black and white rhinos, buffalo, giraffe, springbok baboons and many more.
The afternoon is entirely at leisure to fully enjoy your last night in Namibia.
Hotel: Onguma The Fort - 2 Nights
"The Fort" is unique and the only one of its kind in Namibia. It is built in just the right spot to give you probably one of the best sunset views in all of Namibia - overlooking the beautiful barrenness of the Etosha pans, adorned only with its wildlife and hundreds of camel thorn trees.
The Bush Suites are all adjacent to the main fort and extend south and north on either side. Each suite is completely private and about 50 yards apart and is equipped with a mini-bar. The spacious bathroom has both an indoor shower and an outdoor shower. Wooden decks lead from each area of the room to the outdoor seating area and sun loungers where you can relax and enjoy the exceptional views.
Full board, local beverages, one afternoon game drive at the Onguma site, one morning game drive in Etosha National Park and park entrance fees.
Day 12: Home Journey
Unfortunately, today it is time to say goodbye to Namibia.
In the morning you will fly back to Eros Airport in Windhoek. After landing at the airport, you will say goodbye to your pilot and transfer to Windhoek International Airport for your flight back to Germany.
- VIP Meet & Greet at Windhoek airport
- Charterflight (4 Seater Cessna 210)
- Charterflights & Transfers as per itinerary
- 11 Overnights as per itinerary
- Half day Windhoek City tour with your guide
- Meals & activities according to the accommodation description
- 24 hours emergency phonenumber
- Medical evacuation
- Detailed travel documents
- Taxes & Fees
- International Flight (from 800 Euro per person)
- Additional optional activities and meals different from itinerary
- Entrance fees not specified
- Personal expenses and tips
- Travel insurance, such as travel cancellation insurance