Our trip Namibia by rental car tour takes you in comfortable driving stages to known and unknown destinations, which stand for the scenic, cultural and geological diversity of the country.
The route starts and ends in Namibia’s capital Windhoek. In between are the impressive plateau of the Waterberg, a short visit to the Hoba meteorite, which is considered the world’s largest, the crossing of Etosha National Park with several stops from the eastern edge to its western border, Damaraland with the famous San rock engravings at Twyfelfontein, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the drive through the Namib Desert to the Skeleton Coast between Terrace Bay and Cape Cross, and finally a visit to Swakopmund. At the end of the trip, you will visit the Brandberg, Namibia’s highest peak and the famous “White Lady” rock paintings, and take a game drive to see the desert elephants in the Ugab Valley.
|Day||Transport to the next destination and number of nights||Hotel|
|1||Arrival in Windhoek and pick up rental car (1N B&B)||Villa Vista Guesthouse|
|2||Drive to Waterberg National Park (2N B&BD)||Waterberg Plateau Lodge|
|4||Drive to the eastern entrance of Etosha National Park (2N B&BD)||Etosha Aoba Lodge|
|6||Drive in the park to the west (1N B&B)||Halali Camp|
|7||Drive to the western part of Etosha National Park (1N B&B)||Etosha Dolomite Resort|
|9||Drive into Damaraland to Twyfelfontein (2N B&B)||Twyfelfontein Lodge|
|11||Drive to the Skeleton Coast to Terrace Bay (1N B&BD)||Terrace Bay Resort|
|12||Drive to Cape Cross (1N B&BD)||Cape Cross Lodge|
|13||Drive to Swakopmund (2N B&B)||The Delight|
|14||Drive to the Brandberg (2N B&BD)||White Lady Lodge|
|16||Drive to Windhoek (1N B&B)||Villa Vista Guesthouse|
|17||Return flight to Germany|