3 Day Sossusvlei Tour
During the 3 days we take you on a very exciting Dune adventure. Namibia is home to some of the highest Dunes in the world, and the Big Daddy standing at around 320m high.
Our clients almost always challenge our guides to see who make it to the top first. Sossusvlei area have some wildlife also, and you almost always see Mountain Zebra, Wildebeest, Jackal, Oryx and a lot of Springbok.
Included in the tour’s price:
- Transportation/fuel (in case of self-drive fuel is not included),
- Meals as per itinerary
- National park entrance fee
- Tour guide for the entire tour
- Transfer to and from the airport
- Water and drinks
- Pick-up in Windhoek and guests’ transfer to the lodge/hotel after the tour
Not included in the tour’s price:
- Flights (bus tickets) to and from’ Namibia
- extended accommodation or additional transfers
- Sleeping bags on camping tours
- Compulsory travel insurance
- Alcoholic beverages
- Optional activities/attractions
- Gratuities and tips
- Trip extensions
- Personal shopping
- COVID-19 test
- Visa to Namibia
Namib Sunset with Sundowner
Shortly after breakfast at any hotel/lodge situated in Windhoek, we travel south to world-famous Sossusvlei via Spreetshoogte Pass.
We make a quick stop at the viewpoint to admire the picture-perfect Namib. The activities in the afternoon include a Cheetah and game drive and we finish the day with a lovely sundowner.
Distance: 350 km on gravel road
Duration: +/- 4 hours including stops
Accommodation: Solitaire Lodge
Highest Dunes In The World
We leave early in the morning, just before sunrise for Sossusvlei.
We start off by climbing Dune 45, this is a must-do and we recommend this to everyone. After Dune 45 it is off to the surreal Dead Vlei, a place of vast desert pan where dried-up, ancient acacias stand silent in the open-air gallery.
If you are up for it, you can take on climbing one of the highest dunes on Earth, the “Big Daddy”’. Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei are considered to be one of the most photogenic and some of the most photographed places on Earth and make for beautiful memories! We also visit the fascinating rock formation of the Sesriem Canyon and in the late afternoon we finish off with climbing Dune Elim.
Be on the lookout, you may just see the occasional wildlife: ostriches, Oryx, bat-eared foxes, springboks, possibly cheetah and various birds inhabiting the desert.
Optional activity in the afternoon: Hot Air Ballooning.
Meals: breakfast, dinner
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