Desert Meets Ocean


When you think of a vacation in Africa, Namibia has to be a top choice! The prime attraction of this tour has to be the orange dunes, that stand tall under the sky and offer the most majestic and colorful view anybody has ever seen. The oldest desert in the world is waiting for you to explore it and be a part of an unforgettable and intoxicating experience as you take in the stark landscapes that contrast the tall orange dunes unique to Namibia. If you want the best desert experience, Namibia is the right place to be.


Life’s trivialities can make your routine mundane and boring. What better way to break the routine than going on an adventurous vacation to the heart of Africa? It’s the perfect destination to find yourself, go on a solo tour, or spend time with your family.


Namibia has a way of mesmerizing tourists with its attractive sights and fun outdoor activities. Watch the vast expanse of the oldest desert in the world, located right here in Namibia. Notice the Sossusvlei dunes change hues like a chameleon when sunlight shifts.


It’s a paradise out here, and it’s waiting for you.

Trip Highlights
  • Take in the vista of Sossusvlei dunes, as their colors change during a sunrise.
  • Capture the changing landscapes and beautiful towns like Swakopmund, through the lens of your cameras.
  • Watch the huge dunes of Sandwich Harbour mingle with the ocean, creating a visual you may have never seen before.
  • Get a chance to see the oldest desert in the world, and bask in all its glory.
  • Watch the orange dunes change colors as light shifts in the sky.
  • Go bird-watching at beautiful coastal cities like Walvis Bay.

Day 1

Arrival to Namibia

Today is the first day of your exciting trip to Namibia. Your luggage will be loaded in the allotted vehicle and you'll be taken to your accommodation for the day. You might go on your first game-drive today itself, considering that there is enough time. Catch the sunrise and try to spot wildlife on your way to the accommodation.

Be prepared to spot jackals, rhinos, giraffes, cheetah, warthogs, antelopes, and various birds, right on your first game-drive.

Day 2

A visit to the Sossusvlei & Namib Dunes

Our next day's adventure begins early in the morning. After a traditional Namibian breakfast, you'll head over to your next destination. Make sure to click as many pictures as you want of the changing landscapes- an opportunity you shouldn't miss at all! The Namib Desert is the oldest desert in the world and it attracts a large number of tourists every year.

It's no wonder that Sossusvlei dunes are an integral and historic piece of tourist attraction.

Day 3

Another day at Sossusvlei & Namib Dunes

Sossusvlei consists of a salt and clay pan, surrounded by humongous dunes. Owing to these large Sossusvlei dunes, Sossusvlei is also known as the "Big Daddy". These dunes are some of the highest in the entire world, and you'll get the golden opportunity to catch the sunrise and spread its hues on these red dunes. It is bound to be an intoxicating view. Have fun climbing, or sliding down these dunes for some light-hearted fun. You can even go on a walk around the area and take in the entirety of the landscape view. Visiting Sossusvlei & Namib Dunes alone will get you some serious bragging rights!

Return for lunch at your accommodation and later, go for a drive at sunrise.

Day 4

On towards the Swakopmund and Walvis Bay

Swakopmund and Walvis Bay are some of the prettiest coastal cities of Namibia. Their multidimensional features and seaside promenades only add to their lure. You'll see many waterbirds in Walvis Bay, a natural lagoon. Enjoy watching the sunrise and the sunset in these coastal cities, casting a glow on the architecture and the changing landscapes. Enjoy hearty meals and relax as the view transfixes you. Walvis Bay also has the Sandwich Harbour, which is a lagoon and has an abundance of dunes. Since these are coastal cities, you might spot flamingoes, pelicans, and other migratory birds as well. There are many optional outdoor activities available like horse-riding, balloon-riding, etc.

Day 5

An entire day at Sandwich Harbour

Discover the unique scenery of the Sandwich Harbour and have an amazing time at one of the richest wetlands of Southern Africa. Many scenic lookout spots give the perfect view of the Sandwich Harbour and you can go to these spots in case of high-tides. You can explore the view, all the while looking for a herd of flamingos. Take as many photos as you want, to show your friends and family. After a light and delicious lunch, take out some folding chairs, and just relax under the sun! Let the sound of the lagoon waters wash away your worries.

On your way back, you may even spot jackals, beetles, golden mole, oryx, hyaenas, and ostrich.

Day 6


After a healthy breakfast, you can do some shopping and take home souvenirs for your loved ones. You'll be dropped off at the International Airport for your flight home.

Alternatively, you can visit the Etosha National Park via an extension of this trip.


Your bags might not be heavy, but your hearts will be when you say goodbye. Namibia bids you a happy farewell. Ciao!