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6 Day Trek Print E-mail


Physical Requirements:

This Safari is a combination of driving and walking through two of Namibia’s most scenic national parks. The distance of the walking trails will be tailored to your ambitions, so you’ll need to be reasonable fit, but you won’t be expected to walk more then 10km -15km a day.


  • Day 1-3:
    Camping in rock shelters, uniquely located on top of the Waterberg Plateau! These 3 days you would need a sleeping bag. As you will be camping, you will be preparing your own food, so don’t forget to shop before you get to the camp. Mattresses with sheets, camping equipment (including fire wood), a camp assistant and a local guide are included in the price.
  • Day 4-5:
  • Please note that accommodation is based on 2 people sharing, but single supplements are available.


From 3.200 N$. This price excludes the costs for the car hire, as the type of car used it depends on your preference.

Please note that this tour is seasonal and can only be booked on every second, third and fourth Thursday during the months of April to November.

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Day 1:  Windhoek to Waterberg Plateau Park (approx 300 kms/4 hours)

  • You’ll drive from Windhoek to Waterberg Plateau National Park
  • Upon your arrival at the park you will meet the local guide who will lead you through the park for the next 2 days.
  • You’ll start your hike in the afternoon, through an area known for its distinctive sandstone formations.
  • As you will be camping, you can make your campfire and you can watch the star filled sky, while listening to the sounds of the wild.
  • Tonight you can cook yourself an excellent bush dinner on an open fire.


Day 2:  Waterberg Plateau Park

  • Today, you’ll start your morning walk early, so you might catch the animals returning from their morning drink.
  • Your local guide will teach you how to find and identify animals by looking at their tracks.
  • All sorts of animals, including 95% of the Namibian rhino population can be found in the Waterberg Plateau National Park, which could give you the perfect opportunity to take nice photographs!
  • After a couple of hours of relaxation in the afternoon, you’ll head off to one of the waterholes to try to spot some of the animals cooling off.
  • Another chance to make yourself a fabulous open-fire-dinner!

Baby rhino

Day 3: Waterberg Plateau Park

  • Today your local guide will take you to different hot spots and locations where you might get a chance to see some of the parks permanent residents in their natural grazing and feeding grounds.
  • After a short relaxing pause, you’ll visit another waterhole, where we hope you will find other animals drinking and relaxing.
  • Tonight you can enjoy your last bush meal in the serene environment of the magnificent Waterberg Plateau National Park.

Rhino frontal

Day 4: Waterberg Plateau Park to Etosha National Park area (approx 360 kms/4,5 hours)

  • Today you can visit to the historical site of Waterberg, where you’ll see ancient Bushmen rock engravings, as well as some amazing 180 to 200 million years old dinosaur prints, a real must see!
  • It’s been a long and hard journey for Namibia to give back the freedom of the sky to captive bred and rehabilitated cape vultures, your local guide will show you where one can usually find them and tell you their     amazing story.
  • Your journey to Etosha will lead you through some amazing landscape and small local towns.
  • If you would like, you could opt for a short late afternoon game drive in Etosha National Park.

Yawning lion

Day 5: Etosha National Park (approx 110 kms/8 hours)

  • Today you spend a full day on an exciting game drive through Etosha National Park. You could stop over for lunch at Halali Camp, a rest area in the middle of the Park.
  • After an adventurous day exploring the park, you’ll arrive at your accommodation site in time to relax and stretch your legs before a tasty dinner in the restaurant.
  • The floodlit waterhole at the edge of the premises is a fantastic place to spot game and if you’re in luck, you might be able to see lions, rhinos, giraffes, elephants or other animals, having an evening drink.

Drinking giraffes Etosha National Park

Day 6: Etosha National Park to Windhoek (approx 425 kms/6 hours)

  • After breakfast you’re back on the game trail with a short morning drive before heading back to civilisation.
  • On your way, you can stop at the largest wood carving market town of Okahandja, for a spot souvenir shopping.
  • Feel free to ask us about places of interest in Windhoek.

Windhoek church

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