The spectacular, perfectly sculpted sand dunes at Sossusvlei in the heart of the Namib Desert are one of the iconic images of Namibia.
Sunrise here is sensational, with light turning them from red to gold. A climb to the top reveals dunes rolling off into the distance – they’re among the highest in the world and stretch as far as the eye can see. Beyond, there’s the white salt pan. It’s so flat, wildlife can easily see predators, so it’s a great place to spot antelope and other animals.
Sossusvli Adventure Holidays
13 Daysfrom$ 4,179
Guided Group (Excl. Flights)
Vast open spaces, shifting desert scenery and wildlife
An amazing, once in a lifetime experience which has left me humbled, speechless and overwhelmed in equal measure. From the landscapes of Brandberg to the wildlife and waterways of the delta and everything in between this truly is a trip to treasure I have fallen in love with both countries and will be back!
I would highly recommend this overland adventure to anyone wishing to see the highlights from Vic falls westwards along the Caprivi strip and then down the western coast of Namibia and South Africa to the Cape. There is not much down time as the tour packs in a lot of visits to famous sites, game drives, optional extras and many kilometres of travel.
This was my first trip with Exodus and it has left me hungry for more! The whole experience from start to finish was excellent and professionally managed. I have come away with so many wonderful memories, from the vast landscape of the Namib Desert, the beautiful orange/red sand dunes to the skeleton coast and then Etosha National Park The ever changing scenery was just fantastic and then there is the wild life! There was eleven of us in total on this trip in July, guessing 35 – 70yrs, we gelled on day one and had a fantastic time. The lodges and food were excellent, and very friendly staff. The Tour truck was comfortable and well maintained. There were some long days and early starts, these are necessary and well managed with lots of breaks to stretch the legs.