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Namibian Discovery

15 days from £3,549 per person

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Watching the changing colours of the world’s largest sand dunes in Sossusvlei. These spectacular sands shift through the colour spectrum as the sun makes its way across the sky.


In places starkly beautiful, in places packed with colourful life, Namibia is always ruled by Mother Nature. On this tour you’ll traverse the ever-changing ‘dune sea’ of the Namib desert. You’ll marvel at the fascinating planetary quirk that created the ‘Organ Pipes’ basal rock formation. You’ll get up close to the intriguing (possibly 1,000-year-old) Welwitschia Mirabilis plant. You’ll experience classic African safari thrills with giraffe, lions and zebra. And you’ll spot native birdlife from the comfort of a champagne cruise. What a place.

Your holiday includes:

9 excursions and visits

  • Nature drive in Kalahari Desert (Basin)
  • Sossusvlei sand dune region
  • Sesriem Canyon
  • Touring in Swakopmund
  • Marine cruise in Walvis Bay
  • Henties Bay and Cape Cross seal colony
  • Twyfelfontein, Burnt Mountain and Organ Pipes
  • 2 days game viewing in Etosha National Park


  • 12 nights in hotels/lodges and 2 in flight (accommodation as specified or similar)
  • International flights. Prices are based on return flights with South African Airways or British Airways from London Heathrow via Johannesburg. Supplements may apply from other airports
  • 26 meals: 12 breakfasts (days 3-14) 2 lunches (days 7 and 9) 12 dinners (days 2-13)


  • Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service
  • Local Titan tour manager
  • Travel in destination by coach
  • Porterage

Namibian Discovery

  • VIP Outbound1

    Day 1 UK - In flight

    Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your flight to Johannesburg.

    In flight

  • Tinten Palast or Ink Palace, in Windhoek, Namibia

    Johannesburg - Windhoek

    We arrive in Johannesburg and connect with our onward flight to Windhoek Airport, from where we are transferred to the Windhoek Country Club Resort (4-star), situated on the outskirts of town. Lying in a fertile valley and surrounded by the spectacular mountain ranges of Eros and Auas, this city has a vibrant and cosmopolitan flavour.

    Windhoek Country Club Resort (4-star)

  • Windhoek - Kalahari

    Windhoek - Kalahari Basin

    As we wend our way south of the city through some of the most picturesque ranching land, you may have your first sightings of yellow-billed hornbills or troops of baboons foraging in the undergrowth before arriving at the town of Rehoboth. Heading inland we arrive in the Kalahari Basin and our lodge for the night, Lapa Lange Game Lodge (3.5-star). Late this afternoon we embark on our exciting nature drive. Dinner will be served in the lodge this evening.

    Lapa Lange Game Lodge, Kalahari Basin (3.5-star)

  •  Meerkat with puppies (Suricata suricatta), Kalahari desert, Namibia


    We make our way to the Namib Desert, an area sometimes referred to as the ‘dune sea’ for its ever-moving and changing scenery. Sossusvlei Lodge (4-star) is our base for the next two nights, where we have dinner.

    Sossusvlei Lodge (4-star)

  •  Sesriem Canyon near Sossusvlei in Namibia

    Sossusvlei - Sesriem - Sossusvlei

    This morning calls for an early departure by coach for the Sossusvlei excursion and after a short drive you will board 4x4 vehicles as we embark on an unforgettable experience of the dune region, some of which are claimed to be the world’s highest. We continue to Sesriem Canyon, a fascinating geological feature. We return to the lodge for an afternoon to relax in this wonderful environment and dine here tonight.

    Sossusvlei Lodge (4-star)

  • Swakopmund Welcome

    Sossusvlei - Swakopmund

    This morning we progress to Namibia’s premier coastal resort, the colonial town of Swakopmund. The bizarre Moon Valley flanks the Swakop River, one of the longest yet impermanent water courses in the country. These vast gravel plains are home to the unique Welwitschia Mirabilis, a botanical curiosity, some of which are more than 500 years old. We spend two nights at the Swakopmund Plaza Hotel (3-star) or Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre (3.5-star).

    Swakopmund Plaza Hotel (3-star) or Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre (3.5-star)

  • Swakopmund in the Namib desert


    There is a distinct nautical flavour to the town and this morning we transfer to Walvis Bay for our exciting marine cruise, where you can discover some of the wonderful birdlife and sea creatures whilst enjoying oysters and champagne. This afternoon take a leisurely amble around this delightful seaside town feasting your eyes on the fine colonial architecture.

    Swakopmund Plaza Hotel (3-star) or Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre (3.5-star)

  • Twyfelfontein valley, Namibia

    Swakopmund - Twyfelfontein

    We embark on our journey north along the often windswept and barren coast to Henties Bay and then north to Cape Cross for a visit to the seal colony before continuing along the Desert Highway to the heart of Damaraland. Our Lodge for the next two nights is Twyfelfontein (3-star) or Damara Mopane Lodge (3-star).

    Twyfelfontein (3-star) or Damara Mopane Lodge (3-star)

  • Twyfelfontein


    Today is a leisurely one and this morning you will find one of the largest collections of rock paintings and engravings in Africa. The formation and colour of the nearby Burnt Mountain is a phenomenon that has caused much speculation and the Organ Pipes, a mass of basalt slabs in a ravine gouged out by a river, is another geological curiosity in the area. You will also be able to visit some of the rock art sites, which can be seen around the lodge, before a free afternoon. Dinner is included at the hotel.

    Twyfelfontein (3-star) or Damara Mopane Lodge (3-star)

  • Etosha National Park

    Twyfelfontein - Etosha Region

    This morning we visit the Petrified Forest where you will find the remains of tree trunks, estimated to be about 200 million years old, scattered over a small enclosed area. We continue to the Epacha Game Reserve, located south of Etosha National Park, and stay at the Epacha Lodge (3.5-star), where our afternoon is at leisure before dinner this evening.

    Epacha Lodge, Etosha Region (3.5-star)

  •  Giraffe herd (Giraffa camelopardalis) at a waterhole, Etosha National Park

    Etosha National Park

    We make our way into the Etosha National Park for a full day’s game viewing from our coach. Throughout the day you will visit various water holes, where you can watch the game in its natural environment. The park has large herds of wildlife, which are unique to Southern Africa, such as the black rhino, zebra, lion, giraffe and a variety of antelope species to name but a few. Later in the day we arrive at Mokuti Lodge (4-star) where we stay for two nights.

    Mokuti Lodge, Etosha National Park (4-star)

  • Black rhino, oryx and springboks at Nebrownii waterhole

    Etosha National Park

    As another exciting day unfolds we have a further opportunity to explore Etosha, the ‘Great White Place’. There is plenty of time for both the professional and amateur photographer as we wait in anticipation for the ‘bold’ and ‘timid’ to make an appearance. This is truly a magical experience.

    Mokuti Lodge, Etosha National Park (4-star)

  •  Waterberg Plateau National Park, Kalahari, Otjiwarongo

    Otjiwarongo - Okahandja - Windhoek

    Leaving Etosha behind today we head for Windhoek. Time will be spent at Otjiwarongo, and Okahandja, where we might see the ancient skills of the local craftsmen as they proficiently hand-carve a hippo or giraffe. We arrive early evening at the Windhoek Country Club Resort (4-star).

    Windhoek Country Club Resort (4-star)

  • Day 14 Windhoek - Johannesburg - In flight

    We transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK.

    In flight

  • VIP Inbound

    Day 15 UK

    Upon arrival, your Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.

    Arrive Home

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Important information about your destination

Please note: Many roads in Namibia are not tar sealed and therefore journeys can often be bumpy.


Namibian Discovery

15 days from £3,549 per person