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  1. Day 1
    Cairo at Leisure
    Welcome to Egypt, the timeless land of the Pharaohs and a treasure house of ancient history. On arrival in Cairo you are met and transferred to your sophisticated tour hotel, built around a stunning landscaped atrium.

    Day 2
    To the Gulf of Suez
    Visit Old Cairo to see the hanging Church of St. Mary this morning, before travelling on to Ain El Sokhana. Your resort is located on the shores of the Red Sea.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)

    Day 3
    Suez Sightseeing
    Early morning visit to Saint Antony monastery, a Coptic Orthodox monastery standing in an oasis in the desert and Saint Paulos monastery. Afterwards, return to your hotel for free time.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)

    Day 4
    On to Alexandria
    Drive through the desert to Alexandria, Egyptís major port, founded by Alexander the Great in 331 BC.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)

    Day 5
    Alexandria Sightseeing
    Your full day city tour includes the National Museum, Roman Amphitheatre and Roman Catacombs. After a visit to the 15C Quayet-Bey Fortress, your final stop is at the Montazah Gardens. Tonight, your Highlight Dinner is at a local restaurant.(Buffet Breakfast / Highlight Dinner)

    Day 6
    El-Alamein & Cairo
    Drive into the Western Desert to El-Alamein. Time here to pay your respects at the War Cemeteries and visit the Military Museum. En route to Cairo make a stop at the Coptic Monasteries at Wadi El Natrun (if open).(Buffet Breakfast)

    Day 7
    Cairo Sightseeing
    Enjoy views over the city from the Citadel of Salah El Dinand then visit Mohammed Ali's great alabaster mosque. Continue to Tahrir Square, focal point of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. Then gaze upon Tutankhamun's treasure in the Egyptian Museum. Tonight, experience a Sound & Light Show at the Pyramids of Giza!(Buffet Breakfast)

    Day 8
    Fly to Luxor and Join Cruise
    Fly to Luxor on the banks of the Nile, to tour the Temple complex of Karnak. Walk through the avenue of Ramheaded sphinxes, past the statue of Rameses II, to the vast Hypostyle Hall, a veritable stone forest, housing 134 giant decorated columns. Later, get to know your cruiseboat, and set sail for Dendara.(Buffet Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

    Day 9
    On Board Ship
    Visit the Temple of Hathor in Dendara, one of the best preserved temples in Egypt and containing a rare depiction of Cleopatra and her son Caesarian, whose father was Julius Caesar. Return to Luxor around mid day where you are at leisure. In the cool of early evening, visit the ancient Temple of Luxor, founded in 1400 BC during Thebe's Golden Age.(Buffet Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

    Day 10
    On Board Ship
    Travel by air-conditioned coach to the West Bank of the Nile to see the Colossi of Memnon, and visit both the Temple of Hatshepsut and Valley of the Kings, where many Pharaohs were buried. Return to your cruise boat and sailvia the Esna Lock to Edfu.(Buffet Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

    Day 11
    On Board Ship
    Visit the well-preserved Temple of Horus at Edfu, dedicated to the Falcon God. After exploring this fascinating site, your cruise continues to Aswan. Don your galabeyas, (traditional Egyptian attire), for a fun-filled Egyptian dinner and galabeya party.(Buffet Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

    Day 12
    On Board Ship
    Sightseeing includes a visit to the Aswan High Dam and Granite Quarries to see the enormous unfinished obelisk. Travel by motorboat to the Temple of Isis, rising from the waters of the Nile on the Island of Philae. Later, return to Aswan to sail in a traditional Nile felucca around Aswan's Botanical Gardens and enjoy a very English high tea before sunset.(Buffet Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

    Day 13
    On Board Ship
    Perhaps join the optional excursion by air to the temples of Abu Simbel? Later, sail to Kom Ombo to visit the only double temple of Egypt dedicated to two gods, the crocodile headed, Sobek and falcon headed Horus the Elder.(Buffet Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

    Day 14
    On Board Ship
    Your cruise continues along the life giving waters of the Nile. In the evening arrive back in Luxor where there is time for last minute shopping and sightseeing.(Buffet Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

    Day 15
    Luxor and Cairo
    Disembark from your cruise and transfer to the airport for your return flight to Cairo.(Buffet Breakfast)

    Day 16
    Cairo Sightseeing
    Drive to Memphis to admire the statue of Rameses II and the great alabaster sphinx. Continue to Sakkara to see the Step Pyramid of King Zoser, the oldest in the world. Now enjoy a highlight visit inside one of the Pyramids of Gizaand see the guardian Sphinx.(Buffet Breakfast)

    Day 17
    Depart Cairo
    The tour ends with transfers to Cairo airport.(Buffet Breakfast)

    ADDITIONAL INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS
    Athens: See Hadrian’s Arch and the Temple of Zeus.
    Corinth Canal: Cross the amazing rock-cut channel dividing the Peloponnese from mainland Greece.
    Patras: Cross world’s longest multi-span cable-stayed bridge.
    Thermopylae: See the memorial to Leonidas and his heroic Spartans.
    HIGHLIGHT HOTELS AND LOCATIONS
    Cruising: Cruise the Nile in style aboard your traditional Nile cruiser with its spacious cabins, bars, shops, lounge, restaurant and swimming pool.
    Cairo Marriott: The luxurious Cairo Marriott is conveniently located on Gezira Island in downtown Cairo. The central section was once the Gezirah Palace built for the Khedive Isma’il Pasha in 1869.
    SIGNATURE DINING
    Alexandria: Enjoy a Highlight Dinner is at a local restaurant.
    A Welcome Reception with drinks and Welcome Dinner (WD), 6 Breakfasts (BB), 1 Celebration Dinner (CD) and 3 three-course table d’hôte Dinners, or Buffets, plus tea or coffee (D). Departures on tour for New Year’s Eve, enjoy a festive celebration dinner.
    SIGNATURE EXPERIENCES
    Alexandria: Visit the magnificent 15C Quayet-Bey Fortress.
    Cairo: The full-faced funeral mask, gold coffin, gilded throne, precious jewelry; gaze upon the most recognizable symbols of ancient Egypt - Tutankhamun’s treasure!
    Giza: If only these walls could talk! Oh, but they do at the audio visual Sound & Light Show at the great Pyramids.
    Karnak: Stand amid a vast forest of columns in the largest temple complex known to man.
    West Bank: Embark on an excursion to visit the Temple Hatshepsut and royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings.
    Philea Island: Board a motorboat to the temple complex.
    Aswan: Like Winston Churchill and Agatha Christie before you, enjoy the sunset and high tea in colonial English style at Aswan’s famous Old Cataract hotel.
    Giza: Meet the enigmatic Sphinx and venture deep inside one of the Pyramids, to the chambers where the pharaohs went to meet their Gods in the afterlife.
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  3. Day 1
    Cairo at Leisure
    Welcome to Egypt, the timeless land of the Pharaohs and a treasure house of ancient history. On arrival in Cairo you are met and transferred to your sophisticated tour hotel, built around a stunning landscaped atrium.

    Day 2
    To the Gulf of Suez
    Visit Old Cairo to see the hanging Church of St. Mary this morning, before travelling on to Ain El Sokhana. Your resort is located on the shores of the Red Sea.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)

    Day 3
    Suez Sightseeing
    Early morning visit to Saint Antony monastery, a Coptic Orthodox monastery standing in an oasis in the desert and Saint Paulos monastery. Afterwards, return to your hotel for free time.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)

    Day 4
    On to Alexandria
    Drive through the desert to Alexandria, Egyptís major port, founded by Alexander the Great in 331 BC.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)

    Day 5
    Alexandria Sightseeing
    Your full day city tour includes the National Museum, Roman Amphitheatre and Roman Catacombs. After a visit to the 15C Quayet-Bey Fortress, your final stop is at the Montazah Gardens. Tonight, your Highlight Dinner is at a local restaurant.(Buffet Breakfast / Highlight Dinner)

    Day 6
    El-Alamein & Cairo
    Drive into the Western Desert to El-Alamein. Time here to pay your respects at the War Cemeteries and visit the Military Museum. En route to Cairo make a stop at the Coptic Monasteries at Wadi El Natrun (if open).(Buffet Breakfast)

    Day 7
    Cairo & the Pyramids of Giza
    Drive out to Memphis, to view the colossal statue of Rameses II and great alabaster sphinx. Nearby at Sakkara,view the Step Pyramid of Zoser; dating from 2686BC, it's the oldest in the world. Now the moment youíve been waiting for - a guided tour of Giza where you see the enigmatic Sphinx and venture inside one of the magnificent Pyramids!(Buffet Breakfast)

    Day 8
    Cairo, the Citadel and the Egyptian Museum
    Start the day with breathtaking views over the city from the Citadel, and visit the alabaster mosque. Then test your bargaining skills in the Khan El Khalili bazaars. Continue to Tahrir Square, focal point of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. Next is the Egyptian Museum, an unrivaled warehouse ofPharaonic treasure, housing the golden treasure recovered from the tomb of King Tutankhamun.(Buffet Breakfast)

    Day 9
    Fly to Abu Simbel to Join Cruise
    Transfer to the airport for your flight via Aswan to the ancient Nubian lands near Egypt's southern border. On arrival, board your comfortable cruise boat on Lake Nasser. Get your camera ready for your visit to the Great Temple of Abu Simbel. You are confronted by four towering statues of Rameses himself, carved out of a single slab of rock. The smaller Temple of Hathor, is also guarded by six 10 metre statues. Spend some time exploring inside the 3,200 year old walls, depicting scenes of Rameses and the Gods.Tonight, experience the monuments lit in all their glory at the sound and light show.(Buffet Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

    Day 10
    On Board Ship
    Enjoy the ever changing scenery as you cruise to the ancient ruined citadel of Kasr Ibrim, still occupying its original strategic high ground. Cruise on to Amada, noted for having the oldest surviving structure on Lake Nasser. Also, it has some of the finest carvings of any Nubian temple. Explore the temple dedicated to Amun-Re and Re-Harrakte and also visit the Tomb of Penniut, deputy of Nubia.(Buffet Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

    Day 11
    On Board Ship
    This morning you visit Wadi El Sebou, in the Valley of the Lions', named after the great Avenue of Sphinxes which led to the Temple of Rameses II. Now time to relax and enjoy your superb cruise facilities as you continue on to exotic Aswan - where the Middle East overlaps with Africa!(Buffet Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

    Day 12
    On Board Ship
    Visit the Temple of Kalabsha, built by the Roman Emperor Octavius Augustus and dedicated to the local fertility god Mandulis. Disembark now and cross over the Aswan High Dam. Take a motorboat to the Temples of Philae, rising from the waters of the Nile. Aswan granite was used by many of the Pharaohs to build their temples and tombs and you visit one of the quarries on your way to your second cruise ship which will transport you up the Nile. This afternoon, enjoy high tea in English colonial style before sunset.(Buffet Breakfast / Lunch / Afternoon Tea / Dinner)

    Day 13
    On Board Ship
    For a change of mood, embark on a traditional Nile sailing boat (felucca,) around Aswan's Botanical Gardens. Cruise on to Kom Ombo to visit the only temple in Egypt dedicated to two gods - Horus the Elder and the crocodile headed Sobek. In fact, crocodiles were kept in the temple and some mummified remains are still on show. Set sail again for Edfu. Tonight celebrate in Egyptian style at an Oriental Dinner and Galabea Party.(Buffet Breakfast / Lunch / Highlight Dinner)

    Day 14
    On Board Ship
    In Edfu this morning, two black granite falcons guard the entrance to the Temple of Horus, the Falcon God. After exploring the well preserved wall reliefs, continue your Nile cruise to Luxor. On arrival, visit the fabulous Luxor Temple which lay buried beneath the streets of the town for thousands of years.(Buffet Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

    Day 15
    Return to Cairo
    Drive over to the west bank of the Nile for a photo stop at the towering Colossi of Memnon. Next, visit the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, blending into the cliff face above. Continue to the Valley of the Kings, the burial place of many of the New Kingdom Pharaohs. Return to Luxor to the Temple complex of Karnak. Among its splendours is the Hypostyle Hall, the largest of any temple in the world. Later, transfer to the airport to board your flight back to Cairo.(Buffet Breakfast)

    Day 16
    Depart Cairo
    Your tour comes to a close with a transfer to the airport.(Buffet Breakfast)

    HIGHLIGHT HOTELS AND LOCATIONS
    Cruising: Cruise the Nile in style aboard your traditional Nile cruiser with its spacious cabins, bars, shops, lounge, restaurant and swimming pool.
    Cairo Marriott: The luxurious Cairo Marriott is conveniently located on Gezira Island in downtown Cairo. The central section was once the Gezirah Palace built for the Khedive Isma’il Pasha in 1869.
    SIGNATURE DINING
    Alexandria: Enjoy a Highlight Dinner is at a local restaurant.
    Cruising: Join the fun at an Egyptian dinner and galabeya party.
    SIGNATURE EXPERIENCES
    Alexandria: Visit the magnificent 15C Quayet-Bey Fortress.
    Giza: Meet the enigmatic Sphinx and venture deep inside one of the Pyramids, to the chambers where the pharaohs went to meet their Gods in the afterlife.
    Cairo: The full-faced funeral mask, gold coffin, gilded throne, precious jewelry; gaze upon the most recognizable symbols of ancient Egypt - Tutankhamun’s treasure!
    Abu Simbel: Visit to the Great Temple and be confronted by four towering statues of Rameses himself, carved out of a single slab of rock.
    Abu Simbel: Experience the monuments lit in all their glory at the sound and light show.
    Philea Island: Board a motorboat to the temple complex.
    Aswan: Like Winston Churchill and Agatha Christie before you, enjoy the sunset and high tea in colonial English style at Aswan’s famous Old Cataract hotel.
    West Bank: Embark on an excursion to visit the Temple Hatshepsut and royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings.
    Karnak: Stand amid a vast forest of columns in the largest temple complex known to man.
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  5. Day 1
    Welcome to Egypt
    You are met at Cairo airport and transferred to your hotel. Relax and settle in.(Welcome Reception & Dinner)

    Day 2
    Cairo & the Pyramids of Giza
    In the morning, enjoy a guided tour of the Pyramids of Giza and a face to face meeting with the Sphinx. Venture inside one these ancient wonders to see the burial chambers. Return to Cairo for a visit to the Egyptian Museum housing the treasure recovered from Tutankhamun’s tomb Tonight, get to know your Tour Director over a welcome drink.(Buffet Breakfast / Welcome Reception & Dinner)

    Day 3
    Nubian Aswan & Tea on the Terrace
    Board your flight to flight to exotic Aswan, a favouite winter resort on account of its superb climate and scenery. Begin your sightseeing at the modern High Dam and visit the granite quarries where many of Egypt’s obelisks were made. See the unfinished obelisk that still lies attached to the bedrock, commissioned by Hatshepsut but abandoned due to a large fault line. Take a motorboat to the lyrical Temples of Philae rising from the waters of the Nile. As a special welcome, enjoy high tea in English colonial style before sunset.(Buffet Breakfast / Afternoon Tea)

    Day 4
    Cruising the Nile in Style
    This morning is completely at leisure. Maybe take an optional excursion by air to the two massive rock temples of Abu Simbel? Later, enjoy a ride in a traditional felucca sailboat and board your comfortable Nile cruiser. Over the next few days visits are made to the temples at Kom Ombo and Edfu. Cruise through Esna lock to Luxor where you visit the Luxor Temple. While cruising breakfast (BB), lunch (L) and dinner (D)are served daily and one night you get to celebrate Egyptian style at a galabeya party and dinner.

    Day 7
    Exploring Karnak & back to Cairo
    Across the Nile lies the necropolis of ancient Thebes. See the Colossi of Memnon, visit the temple of Queen Hatshepsut and some of the tombs in the Valley of the Kings. Back in Luxor your final highlight is the enormous temple complex of Karnak. Transfer to the airport for your flight back to Cairo.(Buffet Breakfast)

    Day 8
    Depart Cairo
    The tour comes to an end with transfers to the airport.(Buffet Breakfast)

    ADDITIONAL INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS
    Aswan: Sail on a traditional ‘felucca’ around the Botanical gardens. Visit the Aswan High Dam and the unfinished obelisk in the granite quarries.
    Kom Ombo: Visit the temple uniquely dedicated to two gods.
    Edfu: Visit the riverside temple of Horus.
    Luxor: Visit the awe-inspiring Temple of Luxor. See the two seated figures known as the Colossi of Memnon.
    HIGHLIGHT HOTELS AND LOCATIONS
    Cruising: Cruise the Nile in style aboard your traditional Nile cruiser with its spacious cabins, bars, shops, lounge, restaurant and swimming pool.
    Cairo: The luxurious Cairo Marriott is conveniently located on Gezira Island in downtown Cairo. The central section was once the Gezirah Palace built for the Khedive Isma’il Pasha in 1869.
    Aswan: Set on an island in the middle of the Nile is the Mövenpick, one of Aswan’s finest hotels.
    SIGNATURE DINING
    Join the fun at an Egyptian dinner and galabeya party.
    7 Buffet breakfasts (BB), 1 Highlight Dinner (HD), 3 lunches (L), 2 dinners (D) (plus bottled water and tea or coffee while cruising)
    SIGNATURE EXPERIENCES
    Giza: Meet the enigmatic Sphinx and venture deep inside one of the Pyramids, to the chambers where the pharaohs went to meet their Gods in the afterlife.
    Cairo: The full-faced funeral mask, gold coffin, gilded throne, precious jewelry; gaze upon the most recognizable symbols of ancient Egypt - Tutankhamun’s treasure!
    Philea Island: Board a motorboat to the temple complex.
    Aswan: Like Winston Churchill and Agatha Christie before you, enjoy the sunset and high tea in colonial English style at Aswan’s famous Old Cataract hotel.
    West Bank: Embark on an excursion to visit the Temple Hatshepsut and royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings.
    Karnak: Stand amid a vast forest of columns in the largest temple complex known to man.
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  7. Day 1
    Welcome to Egypt
    You are met at Cairo airport and transferred to your hotel. Relax and settle in.

    Day 2
    Cairo & the Pyramids of Giza
    In the morning, enjoy a guided tour of the Pyramids of Giza and a face to face meeting with the Sphinx. Venture inside one of these ancient wonders to see the burial chambers. Return to Cairo for a visit to the Egyptian Museum housing the treasure recovered from Tutankhamun’s tomb. Tonight, get to know your Tour Director over a welcome drink.(Buffet Breakfast)

    Day 3
    Nubian Aswan & Tea on the Terrace
    Board your flight to flight to exotic Aswan, a favouite winter resort on account of its superb climate and scenery. Begin your sightseeing at the modern High Dam and visit the granite quarries where many of Egypt’s obelisks were made. See the unfinished obelisk that still lies attached to the bedrock, commissioned by Hatshepsut but abandoned due to a large fault line. Take a motorboat to the lyrical Temples of Philae rising from the waters of the Nile. As a special welcome, enjoy high tea in English colonial style before sunset.(Buffet Breakfast / High Tea)

    Day 4
    Cruising the Nile in Style
    This morning is completely at leisure. Maybe take an optional excursion by air to the two massive rock temples of Abu Simbel? Later, enjoy a ride in a traditional felucca sailboat and board your comfortable Nile cruiser. Over the next few days visits are made to the temples at Kom Ombo and Edfu. Cruise through Esna lock to Luxor where you visit the Luxor Temple. While cruising breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily and one night you get to celebrate Egyptian style at a galabeya party and dinner.(3 Buffet Breakfasts / 3 Lunches / 2 Dinners / Highlight Dinner)

    Day 7
    Karnak and back to Cairo
    Across the Nile lies the necropolis of ancient Thebes. See the Colossi of Memnon, visit the temple of Queen Hatshepsut and some of the tombs in the Valley of the Kings. Back in Luxor your final highlight is the enormous temple complex of Karnak. Transfer to the airport for your flight back to Cairo.(Buffet Breakfast)

    Day 8
    Depart Cairo
    The tour comes to an end with transfers to the airport.(Buffet Breakfast)

    ADDITIONAL INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS
    Aswan: Sail on a traditional ‘felucca’ around the Botanical gardens. Visit the Aswan High Dam and the unfinished obelisk in the granite quarries.
    Kom Ombo: Visit the temple uniquely dedicated to two gods.
    Edfu: Visit the riverside temple of Horus.
    Luxor: Visit the awe-inspiring Temple of Luxor. See the two seated figures known as the Colossi of Memnon.
    PREMIUM HOTElS AND LOCATIONS
    The luxurious Cairo Marriott is conveniently located on Gezira Island in downtown Cairo. The central section was once the Gezirah Palace built for the Khedive Isma’il Pasha in 1869.
    Also set on an island in the middle of the Nile is the Mövenpick, one of Aswan’s finest hotels.
    SIGNATURE EXPERIENCES AND DINING
    Meet the enigmatic Sphinx and venture deep inside one of the Pyramids, to the chambers where the pharaohs went to meet their Gods in the afterlife.
    The full-faced funeral mask, gold coffin, gilded throne, precious jewelry; gaze upon the most recognizable symbols of ancient Egypt - Tutankhamun's treasure!
    Board a motorboat to the Philae Island temple complex.
    Like Winston Churchill and Agatha Christie before you, enjoy the sunset and high tea in colonial English style at Aswan’s famous Old Cataract hotel.
    Embark on a West Bank excursion to visit the Temple Hatshepsut and royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings.
    Stand amid a vast forest of columns in the largest temple complex known to man - Karnak.
    Join the fun at an Egyptian dinner and galabeya party.
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  9. Day 1, Windhoek
    Upon arrival into Windhoek airport you will be met and transferred to your private aircraft. This plane is now solely yours for the next 8 days as your pilot flies you around some of Namibia's best sights. Your first flight takes you across the desert into Sesriem where you will spend your first night. This rest of the day is at leisure for you to relax by the pool and begin acclimatising to the Namibian weather.
    no breakfast, no lunch, 1 dinner included.
    Day 2, Sesriem
    This morning take a guided tour of Sossusvlei, quite possibly the most iconic area of Namibia due to its spectacular landscape. your knowledgable guide will show you the hidden treasures of the desert including Deadvlei and the Sesriem Canyon. This afternoon is at leisure for you to enjoy some optional activities or to just relax and enjoy your incredible surroundings.
    1 breakfast, no lunch, 1 dinner included.
    Day 3, Swakopmund
    After breakfast take a scenic flight over the orange desert towards Swakopmund - Namibia's adrenalin capital! You will head to the coast passing over the many diamond camps, the inhospitable rugged coastline containing a number of shipwrecks before flying over Sandwich Harbour.

    Swakopmund, on Namibia’s rugged Skeleton Coast is a popular coastal town with a distinct German feel, its beautiful colonial architecture, stands in stark contrast to the surrounding Namib Desert. As well as a pristine beach, Swakopmund has excellent restaurants, bars and shops, and has fast become the adventure capital of Namibia - quad biking, sky diving, deep sea fishing and dune boarding are just a few of the activities on offer.
    1 breakfast, no lunch, 1 dinner included.
    Day 4-5, Walvis Bay & Damaraland
    The morning of day 4 transfer to Walvis Bay in time for a fun filled Marine Cruise. Here you will go on open ski boats into the Walvis Bay harbour area, visit the oyster platforms and the seal colony at pelican point. Experience wild seals being hand fed and maybe have the opportunity to see dolphins as well. A light lunch with fresh oysters and sparkling wine is served before you return to the harbour. Later on, return to the aircraft for a scenic flight to Damaraland. The rest of the day and the whole of day 5 is spent exploring the Twyfelfontein area famous for it's incredible bushman paintings and a possible sighting of the ever elusive desert elephant.

    Damaraland is wild and rugged with incredible geological formations, towering mountains and the incredible Petrified Forest with its ancient uprooted blackened trees. Northern Damaraland is wonderful for game viewing, with its unique desert adapted black rhinos and elephants. In the south, iconic Gross Spitzkoppe and Brandberg mountains are home to a wealth of ancient rock art, although it is Twyfelfontein which has the most extensive and impressive rock art collection in Africa, with approximately 2500 Bushmen rock engravings and paintings dating back to 1000 AD.
    2 breakfast, 1 lunch, 2 dinner included.
    Day 6-7, Etosha N.P.
    On the morning of day 6 fly to a private game reserve that borders Etosha National Park where you will spend the next 2 days on game drives in Namibia's most famous park.

    Established in 1907, Etosha was Namibia’s first conservation area and it’s one of the world’s finest game parks, home to many rare and endangered species. The Etosha Pan dominates the park which is usually dry, but fills with water briefly in the summer months, attracting pelicans and flamingos in particular. Periannual springs attract a variety of game and birds throughout the year, including the endangered black rhino and the endemic black face impala. A San legend about the formation of the Etosha Pan tells of how a village was raided and everyone but the women slaughtered. One woman was so upset about the death of her family she cried until her tears formed a massive lake. When the lake dried up nothing was left apart from a huge white pan.

    In the evening the floodlit waterholes are always teeming with the park's diverse inhabitants from rhino and elephant to giraffe, oryx, springbok, warthog and zebra. You may even be lucky enough to catch sight of lions who sometimes come down to the waterholes to drink.
    2 breakfast, 2 lunch, 2 dinner included.
    Day 8, Windhoek
    Depending on your international flight time, enjoy a final morning game drive before your private flight to Windhoek International Airport where you bid goodbye to your guide.
    1 breakfast, no lunch, no dinner included.
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