Rating in Namibia
$ 5092

Namibia Flying Safari

min $ 5092
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Sossusvlei, Namib Desert, Etosha National Park
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 5092
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Discover Namibia from the air, this flying safari includes all 3 of the country’s icons… the dunes of Sossusvlei, rugged Damaraland and the wildlife in Etosha.

The Namibia flying safari

Discover Namibia from the air, this flying safari includes all 3 of the country’s icons… the dunes of Sossusvlei, rugged Damaraland and the wildlife in Etosha.

This is “big-screen” Africa at its best. Home to the Namib Desert, saltpans and fascinating local culture. If you’re short on time this Namibia flying safari ticks all the boxes!

  • Sossusvlei
  • Damaraland
  • Ongava Private Game Reserve on the edge of Etosha
  • 7 days/6 nights

Highlights of the flying safari

  • See the famous dunes of Sossusvlei.
  • paddle with the dolphins on a half day kayaking trip around Walvis Bay.
  • Damaraland drives and walks for sightings of the desert-adapted elephant, black rhino, springbok, gemsbok, kudu and rare succulent plants.
  • take a trip to Etosha to spot the big game around the famous waterholes.
  • game drives in the National Park and on the Ongava Reserve – one of the few private game reserves in southern Africa where guests can see both black and white rhino.
  • explore the Petrified Forest and ancient Rock Art

When’s the best time to do this Flying safari?

The trip runs year round.

  • January to April – main rainy season. Mid-summer is extremely hot, often violent thunderstorms and flash floods (especially in the north). Best for Bird-watching – November to March
  • May to October – Cool dry season, days are cool, clear and sunny. Night time temperatures can be near freezing. Best time for game viewing – late October (end of the dry season). Temperatures rise dramatically especially in the Kaokoveld and Etosha National Park
  • mid July to late October is the main tourist season for Namibia. Accommodation for the lodges and camps books up quickly, we advise booking well in advance. Travel outside this period and it’s much quieter and you may well have many of the attractions to yourself

Speak to us about…

  • Discounts for small groups of family or friends
  • Private safaris for which we can include access further afield in the Kaokoveld, the Skeleton Coast and beyond.

(Wilderness Air on the Namibia flying safari by Dana Allen courtesy Wilderness Safaris)


Day 1 - Arrive Windhoek Airport - SossusvleiYou'll be met at Windhoek Airport for your air transfer to Sossusvlei. Stay at Kulala Wilderness Reserve for 2 nights (all inclusive basis) close to the red dunes.
Day 2 - SossusvleiKulala Wilderness Reserve is home to ostrich, springbok, gemsbok, bat-eared fox, Cape fox, cheetah, black-backed jackal. Adjacent to Namib Naukluft Park.
Day 3 - Damaraland Camp/ Desert Rhino CampLeave Sossusvlei for your flights across the Namib Desert and along the Skeleton coastline to Damaraland or Desert Rhino Camp, your base for 2 nights.
Day 4 - DamaralandPrivate concession is home to diverse arid-adapted wildlife: including ‘desert-adapted’ elephants and Hartmann’s mountain zebra and Africa's vast free-roaming population of desert-adapted black rhino.
Day 5 - Ongava Private Game ReserveLight aircraft transfer to Ongava Lodge/Tented Camp which overlooks a waterhole where wildlife congregate. The lodge nextles on a rocky outcrop with amazing views over the vast plains
Day 6 - OngavaA prolific private reserve (74,132 acres) bordering the Etosha National Park. A haven for wildlife including springbok, lion, gemsbok, wildebeest, warterbuck, Hartmann's and Burchell's zebra.
Day 7 - Depart OngavaLight aircraft flight to Hosea Kutako International Airport for your onward travel. Please ask your Zambezi consultant if you would like us to arrange an add-on to this safari or int. flights.
All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Zambezi
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