Nambia - land of wide open spaces - Discover Classic Africa with African Classic





To observe Namibia from the air is an awe-inspiring experience!
The vast expanses of moving, rippling sands, the great blue skies and grey of the ocean extending to the horizon.

This safari explores four distinct regions:

  • the sands and red dunes of Sossusvlei;

  • the icy, life-filled coasts at Swakopmund and Walvis Bay;

  • the stark plains of Damaraland, with their desert-adapted elephants;

  • and the amazing wildlife abundance on the Etosha savannah.




  • Private charters between camps minimize travel time and provide a bird's-eye view of the immense landscape.

  • Diverse activities enhance in-depth experience of the landscape, including dolphin cruise,
    seafood lunch and quad biking.

  • Seamless experience with one expert pilot-guide leading throughout.

  • Small group size ensures that special interests are satisfied.

  • Enormous concessions and private camps
    combine with advantages of nearby National Parks.


Days 1 & 2: Fly to Sossusvlei Wilderness Camp, Namib Desert - Sossusvlei Wilderness Camp
Days 3 & 4: Fly to Walvis Bay for dolphin boat cruise and Swakopmund touring, then on to Damaraland Camp, Damaraland.
Days 5 & 6: Fly to Ongava Game Reserve, and Etosha Region.
Day 7: Transfer back to Windhoek.


Days 1 and 2 :

Sossusvlei - exploring the red dunes of Namibia

The safari departs from Eros Airport (Windhoek) by light aircraft for Sossusvlei Wilderness Camp, in the late morning and the first camp is approximately an hour's flight away.

Activities are conducted in 4x4 vehicles and include a safari down to the very end of the Tsauchab River and to the heart of Sossusvlei for wonderful dune scenes.

Optional early morning ballooning can be arranged at extra cost. (This must be booked in advance). Late afternoons are time to explore the reserve around the camp.

Days 3 and 4 :

The Skeleton Coast, Swakopmund and Damaraland - Damaraland Camp

Depart by light aircraft and fly over the dunes of the Namib and Sossusvlei to gain a different perspective of the area from the air. Continue westwards to Meob Bay on the Atlantic Ocean and then fly up the Skeleton Coast.

The flight offers spectacular desert and Skeleton Coast scenery, where the dunes and the desert meet the Atlantic Ocean.

The flight is over the site of the Eduard Bolen shipwreck, past Conception Bay and the wreck site of the Shaunee, around Sandwich Harbor and its famous lagoon, the flamingoes at Walvis Bay and on to Swakopmund.

Upon arrival you will be met and transferred to Walvis Bay for a wonderful boat trip out to sea where there are frequently good sightings of dolphins, seals and sometimes even penguins and whales.

In the afternoon depart from Swakopmund, for a scenic flight further up the Skeleton Coast, and past the Cape Cross Seal Colony before turning east and fly up the Huab River to Damaraland Camp for two nights.

Highlights of the stay of Damaraland Camp are nature excursions into the rocky desert in search of the rare and endangered desert Elephant and Rhino.

This is an area where the chances of encountering the desert Elephants are high.

Day 5 and 6 :

Etosha and Ongava - Ongava Tented Camp  or Ongava Lodge 

Fly by light aircraft from Damaraland to Ongava Tented Camp or Ongava Lodge for two nights. Etosha, covering an area of 22,000 square kilometres, offers excellent game viewing opportunities. Our game drive activities will focus mainly within Etosha in the mornings. In the afternoon and evening we have the opportunity to enjoy walks, hides and night drives within the private Ongava Reserve, activities not possible within Etosha. Lion, Leopard, Elephant White Rhino and Black Rhino as well as all the plains game can be seen here. Tracking Rhino on foot is one of Ongava's highlights.

Day 7 : Back to Windhoek

Depart Ongava Tented Camp or Ongava Lodge for flight back to Windhoek.

Some itineraries may run in reverse.