WITH its giant sand dunes, salt pans and wild coastline, Namibia is one of the world’s last great wildernesses.
Cox and Kings’ 12-day Untouched Wilderness Namibia tour visits the magnificent sand dunes of the Namib Desert, the German colonial town of Swakopmund and the hauntingly beautiful Skeleton Coast. Travelling inland, see the wildlife of Damaraland and the Etosha National Park, before ending your journey at the Africat Foundation’s sanctuary at Okonjima.
Priced at A$5861* per person (twin share), the tour includes small group sightseeing, quality air-conditioned vehicles, services of a tour escort (subject to minimum group size), expert local guides, entrance fees for sites included in the itinerary and 11 nights of accommodation.
Tours are valid for sale and travel until April 2, 2011. The advertised price for Untouched Wilderness Namibia is valid for departure from November 13, 2010 to April 2, 2011.
Cox & Kings, the world’s longest established travel company, organises high quality Escorted Small Group Journeys to many of the world’s most fascinating regions.
Cox & Kings tours generally use first class four or five-star hotels, lodges and camps or the best available. Tours are accompanied by a tour manager, as well as local guides.
*Terms & conditions apply, subject to change and availability
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