Namibia is one of Africa’s most intriguing destinations – a country of astonishing landscapes and home to the oldest desert on the planet, as well as the bleak but beautiful Skeleton Coast, not to mention some truly spectacular wildlife. Now luxury travel specialist, Latitude 33, is giving guests an unparalleled opportunity to immerse themselves in Africa’s fascinating country as part of its exclusive 32-night Wings Over Namibia & the African West Coast journey departing 6 March 2020.
The itinerary includes nine nights at some of Namibia’s most evocative camps including: Little Kulala, the closest luxury camp to the remarkable Sossusvlei Dunes where guests can keep an eye out for ostrich and bat-eared foxes while gliding in a hot-air balloon far above the vast Namib Sand Sea; the award-winning Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp overlooking the seldom-flowing Hoanib River, offering regular encounters with elephant, lion, giraffe oryx, springbok and even brown hyaena; and Desert Rhino Camp, set in a remote valley deep within the Palmwag Concession, with its uniquely privileged access to endangered desert-adapted black rhino.
Top and tail the Namibia sojourn with stays at two of South Africa’s most luxurious hotels – Johannesburg’s Four Seasons The Westcliff and Cape Town’s One&Only, where they will take a cable car to the top of the iconic Table Mountain and visit the majestic Cape Winelands, before embarking on an 18-night cruise on board Silver Cloud.
Following the trade routes of Henry the Navigator up West Africa’s Atlantic coastline with its unique blend of beauty, nature, culture and history, the cruise takes in some of the least visited places on earth including Namibia’s Luderitz and Walvis Bay, Angolan cities of Namibe, Lobito and Luanda, the tiny Portuguese-speaking island nation of Sao Tome and Principe in the Gulf of Guinea, the Cameroonian city of Limbe, busy trading port of Cotonou in Benin, and Togo’s Lome.
Disembarking in Tema, Ghana’s largest seaport on 7 April 2020, guests will enjoy a guided city tour, lunch and day-use of Accra’s Kempinski Hotel before departing for your flight home.
Departing on 6 March 2020, Latitude 33’s Wings over Namibia & the African West Coast journey is limited to just 16 guests, with prices starting start from $35,999 per person twin share, including all accommodation, return international Economy Class airfares with Emirates from Australia, return airport transfers in Australia, Wilderness Air charter flights in Namibia, all meals, selected beverages and complimentary expedition gear on board Silver Cloud, and all transfers and baggage handling throughout the tour.
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For further information, visit www.latitude33.travel or call 1300 636 848.