Our Itineraries



We are offering an unforgettable Dayney to the crossroads of two worlds that coexist with harmony, the nature and the progress. Our goal is to offer you to taste a rare pleasure: The office of the Gamalia Tours & Transfers and his team want to offer you a personalized service and quality: A trip of the first Class!

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Per person


From 3,300.00 € (Euro)

Day 1: Windhoek - Otjiwarongo

Reception and assistance at the Windhoek International Airport by your local francophone guide.
  • Driving to Okahandja, a small town or have discovered the Herero tribute by its famous artisan market for its wood carvings.
  • En route to Ojiwarongo north of Okajandjo at 295 km approx. 3h30min
  • Lunch at the lodge or along the way
  • Dinner and night at the Lodge

Day 2: Driving from Otjiwaringo to Etosha National Parc

  • Breakfast
  • At 340 km, direction to the far north visit to the Cheetah Conservation Fund and the conservation of Cheetahs.
  • Lunch along the way.
  • Transfer to a discovery of the Etosha National Park. The discovery has a natural onservation of species of predators that often move in groups.
  • Continuation of your Safari and you may have the opportunity to discover herbivores such as the Burchell zebra, the blue wildebeest or the Springbok. There are also forest landscapes, as well as Savannah or desert.
  • Dinner at Etosha Lodge

Day 3: A whole day at Etosha

  • After Breakfast
  • Transfer by 4x4 Complet Safari
  • Lunch in the park.
  • Discovery of a variety of flora and fauna.
  • Dinner at Etosha Village

Day 4: Driving from Etosha to Kamanja and Damaraland

  • Breakfast
  • Departure in the direction of Kamanja, visit to the village Himba which opened for tourism. Discover the Himba culture, traditions live almost exclusively from their livestock. In the kaokoland with their herds of cows and goats.
  • Lunch along the way.
  • Continuation to the Damaraland region
  • Visit of the Petrified Forest which is a marvel whose fossil reaches 30 m high and six meters in circumference.
  • Night at the hotel

Day 5: Driving from Damaraland to Swakopmund

  • Breakfast
  • Departure towards Twyfelfontein and visit the famous site of Twyfelfontein in the discovery of engravings and rock paintings.
  • Lunch at Twyfelfontein Lodge
  • Continuation to Swakopmund
  • Visit of a small town of Tui on to Apréçevoire the Brandberg, the highest summit of Namibia areas 2,586 m.
  • Visit the town of Swakopmund.
  • A free walk in Swakopmund or, optionally, an overview of the Atlantic coast by light plane, a quad excursion in the dunes of Sandwich harbour.
  • Night at the hotel or lodge

Day 6: Driving from Swakopmund to Walvis Bay to Solitaire

  • Breakfast
  • The Walvis Bay Lagoon is home to hundreds of pink flamingos and thousands of seabirds including the grey-headed Gull, the white pelican and the Cape fool.
  • An exceptional cruise on the lagoon of Walvis Bay
  • Lunch along the way
  • Discovered from the canyon of Kuiseb, Imoprtant River in Namibia it stops its progression in the dunes of the Namib to the north, crossing the reserve of the Namib-naukluft.
  • Dinner and night at the hotel at the Lodge

Day 7: Your full day visit in the desert of Namib

  • After Breakfast
  • Observation colors of the morning dawn in the desert of the Namib in the highest dunes of the world.
  • Transfer on 4X4 for the last 7 km
  • Lunch at The Lodge
  • Discovered from the Sesriem Canyon formed by the Tsauchab River
  • Dinner and night at the Lodge

Day 8: Driving from Solitaire to Kalahari

  • Afters Breakfast
  • Driving to the Kalahari desert
  • The desert with the red sand of the dunes of Sossusvlei
  • A vegetation brings a more intense color contrast of the dunes.
  • Lunch on the road
  • Safari by 4X4 vehicle through the dunes of the Kalahari in search of oryx, zebra, ostrich ... etc.
  • Dinner and night at the Kalahari Lodge

Day 9: Driving from Kalahari to Windhoek

  • After Breakfast
  • Departure in direction to Windhoek
  • On the way through Maltahole meets Nama children and their culture of the Namas people.
  • Lunch on the road
  • Dinner at the restaurant
  • Night at the hotel or lodge

Day 10: Transfer to the airport

 

Per person


From 4,300.00 € (Euro)

Day 1: Windhoek

  • Reception and assistance at the international airport of Windhoek.
  • Guest escort at hotel or lodge
  • Discovery of the capital Windhoek reflects a tranquil and provincial aspect.
  • Dinner at the Lodge

Day 2: Driving from Kalahari to Sesriem

  • Breakfast
  • At 340 km, the Sesriem is one of the most important access points of the Nambi-Naukluft National Park. This desert possesses landscapes and a prodigious fauna: mountains, meadows, barrens of red dunes, mountain zebras, Springboks, ostriches, eagles, ... andc
  • Lunch at Solitaire Lodge
  • Sunset Excursion at the Private Lodge reserve
  • Dinner at the Lodge Namib Desert

Day 3: A whole day Day at Sesriem

  • Breakfast
  • You will witness the morning colours of the Namib desert in the midst of the highest dunes in the world.
  • Driving for 5 km to Sossusvlei.
  • Lunch at Sossusvlei Lodge
  • Discovery of dead Vlei, Lake Asseché in the midst of the dunes. Magic Show where only a few trees still survive
  • Dinner at the Lodge. Night at Namib Dunestar Camp

Day 4: Driving from Sesriem to Swakopmund

  • Breakfast
  • Departure in the direction of the north and the canyon of Kuiseb. The Kuiseb River is important in Namibia as it stops the progression of the dunes northward.
  • Lunch at the Desert Lodge Rostock Ritz
  • Arrival in Swakopmund.
  • Swakopmund, tour of a small seaside town, lined with palm trees, wrapped in the romantic fog of the stormy Atlantic Ocean, laid on a scorching desert sand
  • Night at the hotel

Day 5: A whole day at Swakopmund

  • Breakfast
  • Departure in the direction ToWalvis Bay,. The Walvis Bay Lagoon is home to hundreds of pink flamingos and thousands of seabirds including the grey-headed Gull, the white pelican and the Cape fool.
  • An exceptional cruise on the lagoon of Walvis Bay
  • A free walk in Swakopmund or, optionally, an overview of the Atlantic coast by light plane, a quad excursion in the dunes of Sandwich harbour
  • Dinner at the restaurant
  • Night at the hotel or lodge

Day 6: Driving from Swakopmund to Twyfelfontein

  • Breakfast
  • 380 km / 6h departure to Damaraland.
  • Visit the highest summit in Namibia, granite block, located in the middle of the desert of Namib.
  • Lunch along the way
  • Visit of the burnt mountain and basaltic organs.
  • Dinner at the Lodge
  • Night at the hotel Twyfelfontein Lodge

Day 7: Driving to Etosha

  • After breakfast
  • Visite d'un village Himba, peuple namibien, éleveur et pasteur, qui a la particularité de s'enduire le corps d'une pate ocre rouge.
  • Lunch at the camp
  • Continuation of your Safari. The summer you may have the opportunity to discover herbivores such as the Burchell zebra, the blue wildebeest or the Springbok. There are also forest landscapes, as well as Savannah or desert.
  • Dinner at the Lodge
  • Night at the hotel or camp

Day 8: A whole day at Etosha

  • After breakfast
  • Millions of years ago, the Kunene was heading south and flung itself into a huge lake.
  • A full day of 4X4 vehicle safari in the Etosha National Park
  • Lunch at the Lodge
  • Discovery of water points where one can observe surprising gatherings of animal species.
  • Night at Etosha Safari Lodge

Day 9: Driving from Etosha National Park to Grootfontein

  • After breakfast
  • Departure through the hilly stretches of the Odjozondupa region.
  • Lunch at the Lodge
  • Relaxation at the Lodge
  • Dinner at the Lodge
  • Night at the hotel or lodge

Day 10: Driving from Grootfontein to Bagan

  • After breakfast
  • Boat Safari on the river Okavango also known as Kwando River
  • Lunch at the Lodge
  • In a 4X4 vehicle in Mahango Park
  • Dinner at the Lodge
  • Night at the hotel or lodge

Day 11: Driving from Bagani to Kongola

  • After breakfast
  • Through the Caprivi band, secluded and still unexplored land is made up of lush landscapes and traditional villages
  • Lunch at the Lodge
  • Night at the hotel or lodge

Day 12: A whole day at Kongola

  • After breakfast
  • Departure for a new safari in 4WD vehicle of the lodge in the National Park of Bwabwata.
  • Lunch at the Lodge
  • Safari with the lodge in the park of Bwabwata more than 450 species of animals that circulate freely with Botswana and Angola.
  • Lunch at the Lodge
  • Night at the hotel or lodge

Day 13: Driving from Kongola to Victoria falls

  • After Breakfast
  • Crossing borders with Botswana and Zimbabwe (visa of 30 USD per person to be settled on site).
  • Lunch at the Lodge
  • Discovery of the falls with an English-speaking guide
  • Lunch at the Lodge
  • Night at the hotel or lodge

Day 14: Driving to Windhoek

  • After Breakfast
  • Return trip via Okahandja to Windhoek
  • Okahandja is an important centre of sculptors on northern Wood. They exercise their old skills in the wood carving market next to the main road. This is a good place to take a last souvenir.
  • Night at the hotel or lodge

Day 15: Transfer to the airport

 


Per person


From 2,800.00 € (Euro)

Day 1: Windhoek

Welcome you at the International Airport in Windhoek
  • Escort-client at the hotel or lodge

Day 2: Driving to the South

  • After breakfast
  • To discover the desert of the Kalahari by its red sand dune, 15 km and 18 km from the town of Mariental. Accommodation at the lodge to enjoy the atmosphere in 4 x 4 safari to the sunset, night at the lodge

Day 3: Driving to Ketmanshop

  • After breakfast
  • We will visit the small town of missionary refuge by Nama and Calade on their retour they discovered the fish river canyon which is the second in the world, number one is that of the "grand canyon" colorado directly go to the lodge by strong possibility to see zebras of the mountains, night at the lodge.

Day 4: Driving to visit the fish river canyon

  • Giving you the impression of being to ends of the Earth that was dug by the capricious fish river over the millennia. This Canyon is 160km of length and and more than 27km width and 550km depth. The fish River is part of Ai-Ais, it was dug by Koutein Kooru an undulating snake and it is continued in the dessert by hunters;
  • After the visit of the Fish River on the way for for I-Ais to discover the source of hot water, which has 65 ° C. I-Ais (boiling or who burned).
  • Return to the lodge gathering around the fire to meet with friends sharing the talk about this day. Night at the lodge

Day 5: Driving to Luderith from Aue

  • After breakfast
  • Where you'll see wild horses, zebras, ostriches, mountains, accommodation at the hotel at Luderith

Day 6: Visit of the city see the Church

  • After breakfast
  • Which was built with the materials from Germany having a house built with money from diamonds, visit Museum, route for the visit of the dead city, the Kolmakop which the 10em who was the first to see the machine machine of x-ray in Africa Austral. This city is invaded by the sand and see how the worker who work steal the diamond in the shoe shows, gun; After the tour road to Sesseriem accommodation in the park to take advantage of the sunrise in the rougestre dunes. Night at the lodge

Day 7: Visit Sossusvlei

  • Which is a 65km Sesseriem gate and see the Red dune of the iron trioxide Fe2 O3, visit the dune 45, which is a 45 km from Sessseriem gate office, day in the park, after the visit. Way to Windhoek via Maltahohe, accommodation at the hotel in Windhoek and night.
  • Day 8: Transfer to the airport

     

    Per person


    From 2,300.00 € (Euro)

    Day 1: Windhoek

    Welcome you at the International Airport in Windhoek
    • Escort-client at the hotel or lodge

    Day 2: Visit of the city see the Museum, Catholic Church

    • Breakfast
    • Visit the House of the president, see or visit the two hospitals in the fair city a tower has Katutura (in herero which means "a location or people wouldn't live there" so anything is possible a Katutura) is a suburb of Namibia, visit how people live in houses in plate.

    Day 3: Driving to the North

    • After Breakfast
    • To Etosha via the okahandja craft market and direct towards Swakopmund, continue to Driving to Otjiwarongo which is a city that was officially created in 1906 with the arrival of the railroad narrow gauge track connecting to the mines of otavi and Tsumeb, the venerable locomotive which throne in city testifies to this historical legacy the number 41 manufactured locomotive in 1912 she ceased to circulate in 1960 when the railway from 0.6 m to 1.067. (a small technical break).
    • 20 minutes of refreshment, still on the road to Etosha through Tsumeb pleasant overwhelmed trees, in which you will surely come across some smile.
    • On the road to Namutoni and visit Lake Otjikoto in herero, which means "deep hole" in this Lake the German army in 1915 threw a stock Barrios in the Lake to avoid quil falls into the hands of the South Africans.
    • 100 m long and 150 wide and 55 m deep...
    • On the road to the lodge or the hotel at the entrance of the Etosha Park.

    Day 4: Visiting the Park

    • A dream Safari, a very pleasant and lovely to watch and see wild animals through hadi or you take your coffee and visit the different point of water.
    • Back on the road to go has Okaukuejo, Etosha 114 species of mammals, 340 species of birds, 16 species of reptiles and amphibians and countable insects. 20,000km 2 of area. Etosha means brilliant in otjivambo.
    • En route to Anderson gate safari it's Swahili that means the trip to discovery. So this is the nature that gives us lodging outside the Park.

    Day 5: Driving to Twyfefontein

    • To see the burning man lion who turn after culture explained in engraving of different dough animals visit the dubious source the first it's source attracts animals and the hunters who leave traces of their passage on the rocks more than 2500 engravings in 1986 it was inscribed to the world heritage of unesco.
    • After the visit on his way to see a small dusty village has a Carrefour convenient if you go north to the Damara land, accommodation in screws.

    Day 6: Visit to the footprints of dinosaurs

    • Who were left in what was then the soft clay by a dinosaur to 3 toes, walking on its hind legs probably an ancestor of the current 29km Kalkfeld birds close to the D2414.
    • After the visit route to Omaruru to see and visit the Herero culture see the Tower from Franck visit the small farm of wine then road to Okahandja and Windhoek.

    Day7: Transfer to the airport

     

    Per person


    From 3,800.00 € (Euro)

    Day 1: Welcome you at the International Airport in Windhoek

    • Escort-client at the hotel or lodge

    Day 2: Driving to Etosha

    • Breakfast
    • In the direction of Etosha through Okahandja see small craft market and the visit to the cemetery of Matterero, who was the leader of the Herero. Through the plateau of the Waterberg visit the "place or we found the footprints of dinosaurs and fossils of reptiles, then arrives at Otjiwarongo accommodation at the hotel"

    Day 3: Departure form Etosha through CCF

    • CCF to visit cheetah in the direction of Tsumeb and then towards Namutoni by visiting the Oshokato Lake or the Germans threw the guns for the South-African troops not come find or recover, then the hotel accommodation not far from Namtoni

    Day 4: Game Driving or visit the Park

    • With our private guide in search of the big five in the direction of Okaukuejo (Anderson Gate) and accommodation outside the park.

    Day 5: Driving to Kamanjab

    • On the way to 20 Km before Kamanjab visit the cultural village of the Himba (people mendicant), then in the direction of Khorixas accommodation at a hotel

    Day 6: Direction Twefefontein

    • Through the petrified forest and then Twefefontein to see the engraving dating from 2000 years environs.et see the people deTwefefontein also visiting the mountain burn, organ pipe in the direction of screw, then visit of white lady (dune blanch) who he y' had ereur of publication is also human shaman. Road to Henties Bay on the way to cape cross to see the large colony of sea lions, visit the cross as Diego Cao to ask him and he thought he was in the South of Africa. After the visit on the way to Sakopmund for the night.

    Day 7: Departure for Walvis bay

    • After breakfast
    • There will be different activities and the visit of the colony of the flamingos and the dune 7 return Swakop to visit the city of whaile who bring it houses the prefab. After the visit on the way to Sakopmund for the night.

    Day 8: Direction to visit the famous plant of Namibia

    • After breakfast
    • The Welwitschia Mirabilis is a plant which is endemic to the Namib desert in Namibia and Southern Angola. Named after Friedrich Welwitsch who "discovered" the plant in 1859, some of the specimen are estimated to be between 1000 and 1500 years old. It’s also not rarity, as the Welwitschia occurs in an area of the Namib Desert that stretches over 1200 km from southern Angola to the mouth of the Kuiseb River. It does not grow directly at the coast, but keeps its distance to it, having its most dense occurrence about 50 to 60 km away from the Atlantic.
    • Luckily, apart from a dense network of roots close to the ground surface with a diameter of up to 30 metres the Welwitschia also has a taproot that is able to reach groundwater provided that it stands at about 3 metre depth. Most of the water however is taken up by the fine network of roots.
    • Water is provided in the form of dew (fog) as rain is an absolute exception. The assumption that the Welwitschia is able to take up water through the leaves is wrong. The leaves are arranged in such a way that they a well capable of storing water.

    Day 9: Driving to Sesriem

    • To see red dune of the trioxyle of iron Fe2O3 to 45 km tour of the dune 45 the famous dune that lies 45 km from sesieum more far to 65 km in the Park visit the Creus dune big daddy with the deadvlei and big mama with the sossusvlei, it is even of the Tsauchab River that can't seem to reach the sea. Return to the lodge by visiting the small 4 km from sesriem canyon which has 1 km long and 3 m deep, then back to the lodge.

    Day 10: Driving to Mariental

    • Accommodation at a lodge for the activities organized to see Kalahari desert, night at the lodge.

    Day 11: Visit Bushman culture

    • Visit commits they live and commits it geurise their system of life in the desert, then Driving to Windhoek, accommodation at the hotel.

    Day 12: Transfer to the airport

     

    Per person


    From 4,500.00 € (Euro)

    Day 1: Welcome you at the International Airport in Windhoek

    • Escort-client at the hotel or lodge

    Day 2: Driving to Bagatelle Kalahari, East Mariental

    • After Breakfast
    • Today you will head to Bagatelle Kalahari Game Ranch where you will stay in a chalet on their private 7,000 hectare reserve that is home to springbok, gemsbok, giraffe and eland.

    Day 3: Driving to Sesriem, Sossuslvei

    • Driving to the south to Sesriem and the magnificent dunes of Sossusvlei.
    • Enter Sossusvlei at sunrise and remember to take plenty of film or memory, sun cream, a hat, walking shoes and water. Explore the world's highest dunes and a sheltered pan with petrified trees that are hundreds of years old; climb the dunes and look out over a sea of sand

    Day 4: Driving to Swakopmund

    • After Breakfast
    • Look out for the endemic Hartmann's mountain zebra as you leave; stop at Solitaire, about 80km from Sesriem for some home-made bread and an ice cold drink; Kuiseb Canyon has some shady picnic spots
    • Swakopmund is the perfect location for walking tours, shopping, relaxing at a quaint coffee shop or along the sandy beaches. This being Namibia's playground, it offers a wide variety of activities ranging from dolphin cruises, desert tours and scenic flights to quad biking, paragliding, parachuting and kite surfing.

    Day 5: Driving to Damaraland

    • We will Driving to Damaraland takes up to five hours because there is much to see and do along the way. Grassy plains, tree-studded riverbeds and endless open skies add to the grandeur and make this area one of the most scenic regions of Namibia.

    Day 6: Game Drivings on private reserves

    • The famed desert-adapted elephant, black rhino and giraffe; among other hardy plains herds look out for Hartmann's mountain zebra; spend more time exploring the Twfylefontein rock paintings.

    Day 7: Driving to Etosha

    • After breakfast
    • Travel towards the Etosha National Park, famous for its vast amount of wildlife and unique landscape. Once you have reached your camp, you have the rest of the day at leisure, but can optionally also book an afternoon game Driving in open vehicles with the lodge.

    Day 8: Game Driving in the Etosha

    • After breakfast
    • You may encounter animal species that you did not see the previous day. Look forward to new surprises at the different waterholes visited. The rest of the day is at leisure.

    Day 9: Etosha National Park

    • The day is devoted purely to the abundant wildlife found in the Etosha National Park, which surrounds a parched salt desert known as the Etosha Pan. The park is home to 4 of the Big Five - Elephant, Lion, Leopard and Rhino. The waterholes support a rich diversity of birds and mammals, including rare species such as black-faced Impala, roan, cheetah, and Namibia's smallest antelope, the Damara Dik-Dik.

    Day 10: Driving to Waterberg

    • After Breakfast
    • The Driving to the Waterberg area will take about four hours.
    • On our way, Visit the world's largest meteorite; have picnic lunch at Lake Otjikoto or Lake Guinas.
    • The roads along the edge of the escarpment offer superb views of high, rocky peaks of red sandstone eroded into fantastic shapes and laced with the clinging vines of climbing figs.

    Day 11: Game Drivings

    • On the game Drivings you will see Leopard, Cheetah, Brown Hyena, Water Buffalo, Roan Antelope, Sable, Waterbuck, Nyala, Red Letschwe, Giraffe, Zebra and even Hippo, among many others.

    Day 12: Driving to Erindi Private Game Reserve

    • Driving about 2.5 hours to private Erindi Game Reserve. The 71.000 ha private game reserve is home to over 10.000 animals.
    • The awesome options in this magnificent country, Erindi Private Game Reserve offers the widest selection of exciting species (in the greatest numbers)

    Day 13: Game Reserve

    • After Breakfast
    • You will see lions, leopards, elephants, giraffe, all kind of antelopes, hippo, cheetah, croc, buffalo and may be even Wild Dogs.
    • The most dynamic and informed guides, the finest cuisine, the best facilities, and the friendliest welcome you could imagine.”

    Day 14: Driving to Windhoek

    • Return Dayney via Okahandja to Windhoek
    • Okahandja is an important center for woodcarvers from the north. They practice their ancient skills at the Woodcarvers Market next to the main road. This is a good place to pick a last souvenir.

    Day 15: Transfer to the airport

     

     

     

    INCLUDE

    • All transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle with a professional Drivingr/guide
    • 14 nights accommodation
    • Breakfast daily
    • Activities as per itinerary.

    PRICE EXCLUDES

    • Travel Insurance
    • International and domestic airfare and airfare taxes
    • Items of a personal nature
    • Meals and beverages not specifically indicated
    • Gratuities

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS

    • Prices are "from" per person based on twin/double share accommodation and for travel in low season. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply. Limited seat/spaces and all pricing is subject to change and availability. Rates for single or triple travellers are available on request - please enquire.

     

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