At delightful Okonjima Bush Camp, thrilling up-close encounters with cheetah await, and we may have the chance to track them on foot. Radio-track leopard with a specialist, then head to the salt pans and savannas of Etosha National Park, home to elephant, lion, giraffe, and the endemic black-faced impala. There is also a good chance to spot elusive black rhino here.
Explore the table-top mountains of Damaraland, visit a remote Himba settlement, and walk the trail at Twyfelfontein—Namibia’s first World Heritage Site—to view the most extensive rock etchings in Africa. In the heart of magical Namib-Naukluft National Park, climb the shimmering dunes at sunrise and sunset, capturing the colors of Sossusvlei in perfect light.
Hike across the private NamibRand Nature Reserve as your guide brings the immense diversity of the desert world to life, and sleep under a brilliant canopy of stars.
Depart on Day 14 via Windhoek.