Welcome to Lüderitz


But it’s the natural environment surrounding the town where southern Namibia really comes alive. The rocky coastline of the Lüderitz Peninsula harbours flamingo flocks and penguin colonies, while the adjacent Sperrgebiet National Park is arguably the country’s wildest and most pristine landscape.


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$2687.59 Cultural & Theme Tours

13-Day Classic Namibia

Starting out in Windhoek, leave for the Kalahari Desert where you can enjoy a nature drive. See the amazing Quiver Tree Forest near Keetmanshoop and view the spectacular Fish River Canyon with a scenic, optional guided nature drive. Visit the Naute Kristall Cellar and Distillery where you can taste some of the unique liquors, before stopping at Garub, viewing point for the Wild Horses of the Namib Desert. Explore the Kolmanskop ghost town, a deserted Diamond Mining Town near Lüderitz, then tour the quaint and characterful coastal town of Lüderitz. Enjoy the timeless magnificence of Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei, and take the chance to walk up one of these majestic dunes to admire the desert landscape beneath! See the Sesriem Canyon and travel to Walvis Bay and Swakopmund. There is ample time to explore Swakopmund, a quaint and popular seaside city resembling a small German town. Visit the ancient rock engravings and the Organ Pipes in Twyfelfontein and the scenic vistas in Damaraland. Visit a Damara village near Twyfelfontein and make the most of our game-viewing opportunities in Etosha National Park. You'll also stop at a local handicraft market in Okahandja (time-permitting) on the way back to Windhoek.

$2033.85 Cultural & Theme Tours

9-Day Southern Namibia Tour from Windhoek

Set out from Windhoek for the Kalahari Desert where you will be able to enjoy a scenic nature drive. We visit the spectacular Quiver Tree Forest near Keetmanshoop as well as the Naute Kristall Cellar and Distillery near Naute Dam. The gorgeous Fish River Canyon will take your breath away and you will travel into the past with a visit to the eerie but fascinating Kolmanskop ghost town, a now deserted diamond mining town situated in the desert. We explore the small, historic and quaint town of Lüderitz on the beautiful coast. Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei offer timeless magnificence combined with the opportunity to walk up one of the majestic, high sand dunes of the Namib Desert. We visit the Sesriem Canyon before travelling to Walvis Bay and Swakopmund. Enjoy a visit to the shallow lagoon in Walvis Bay, with a myriad of birdlife, particularly flamingos, and explore the quaint and unique seaside city of Swakopmund that offers a host of activities and attractions. Visit a local handicraft market in Okahandja on the way back to Windhoek.

$6035 Cultural & Theme Tours

15-Day Namibia Highlights Accommodated Tour

Day 1- Airport - Discovery Guest House (D)Pick up from the airport. Drive-through Windhoek to Discovery Guest House. A township tour and dinner will be arranged. Day 2- Windhoek-Kalahari Desert (B,L&D)Departing from Discovery Guest House at 08:00 am to Kalahari Desert. Day 3-Kalahari- Fish River Canyon (B,L&D)An encounter with the Fish River Canyon which is spectacular because of its sheer size. Day 4&5 Aus-Luderitz (B&D)Early morning departure for the short drive to Luderitz. We travel on the main road and keep a sharp look out for the unique Namib wild horses. Visit Kolmanskop, a ghost town where bigger and better diamonds where found along the coast. Your guide will discuss with you activities that can be done in Luderitz at your own expenses. Day- 6 Aus, Sesriem, Namib Desert (B,L&D)Turning north, we once again head deep into the ancient southern Namib, travelling on small gravel roads and passing some tiny rural communities along the way .Day 7-Sossusvlei Area (B,L&D)A pre-dawn start is essential this morning as we want to catch the soft light of the sunrise on the desert. Day 8-Sesriem- Windhoek (B,L&D)Return to Windhoek, drop off at Discovery Guest House. Dinner will be serve tonight. Sleep early to prepare the the next day. Day 9- Windhoek-Okonjima (B,L&D)You will be picked up at Discovery Guest House at 8:00am, stop-over at the craft market in Okahandja. Day 10 &11- Okonjima- Namutuni, Etosha National Park (B&D)Etosha National Park is one of the most loved parks of Africa! Afternoon till sunset game drive, variety of African wildlife roaming through the bush. In the evening, 'theater of nature' at the flood-lit waterhole. Day 11 whole day game drive. Enjoy a lunch stop at one of the rest camps (lunch for own account). Day -12 Etosha National Park to Grootberg (B,L&D)Leaving Etosha National Park, we begin our journey south with a relatively short drive to the small town of Kamanjab. Around the area, we will visit Himba village. Day 13 -Grootberg Area to Twyfelfontein (B,L&D)Today we head into one of the most beautiful desert regions in Namibia, Damaraland. We drive west via the Grootberg Pass and then take a detour to visit the ancient Bushman rock engravings at Twyfelfontein. Day 14-Twyfelfontein to Swakopmund (B,L&D)depart early morning and travel through Brandberg, Namibia highest mountain, stop over at Uis, an old mining town. Travel through Skeleton coast, Henties bay, visit Cape Cross. Our next target is Swakopmund. Day 15 Swakopmund- Windhoek (B,L)Driving back to Windhoek.

Marine

West Africa Cruise - Cape Town to Accra

People have been exchanging customs and ideas in Western Africa as long as there have been people. Now, it’s your turn. From the G Expedition, you’ll get the chance to explore one of Africa’s most vibrant (and curiously underexplored) regions from a hotel that goes wherever you do. A solid combination of activity and leisure, you’ll have ample time to spot rare birds and endemic wildlife with skilled naturalists, mingle in local markets and learn about the region from our experienced expedition staff, including naturalists, historians, anthropologists, and ornithologists. While at sea we’ll also enjoy South African wine tastings from our very own sommelier and enjoy daily lectures from experts. Africa by sea? We didn’t believe it was possible either.