4×4 RENTAL WINDHOEK

Explore the Capital of Namibia at Your Own Pace

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4×4 RENTAL WINDHOEK

Explore the Capital of Namibia at Your Own Pace

Start Exploring

WELCOME TO WINDHOEK

Windhoek is the capital of Namibia. The colonial heritage of the quaint little town flows tangibly through the streets lined with European cafés and bustling local markets. Known as the gem of Namibia’s tourism, Windhoek’s vibrant and diverse cultural life is a delightful setting in which to sample the other local wildlife and flavor. Try some of the delicious locally brewed beer, bread, and traditional dishes, including ‘bier-brood’-yep, you guessed it beer-bread.

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Nissan Single Cab Petrol 4×4

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Engine Size2.5
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Fuel Tank Size140
Vehicle Fuel Range900
Fuel Economy7
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Nissan Double Cab 4×4 MDE

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Engine Size4.2
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Fuel Tank Size180
Vehicle Fuel Range1500
Fuel Economy8
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Nissan Single Cab 4×4 Navi

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Engine Size2.4
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Fuel Tank Size140
Vehicle Fuel Range1150
Fuel Economy8
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RECOMMENDED ROUTE FOR WINDHOEK

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After arriving at the Hosea Kutako International Airport, you will proceed via mountainous terrain to Namibia’s capital city, Windhoek. The city of Windhoek is known for its European flair and peaceful atmosphere. The Namibian cuisine in this city is particularly popular.

The Kalahari desert has been deemed the world’s largest sand mass, extending for 900 000 square kilometers. By traveling south after breakfast, you will soon find the red sand of the Kalahari interspersed with semi-arid grassland, shepherd’s trees and acacias. You will most likely find accommodation on a private game reserve, where you will be able to experience the diversity of wildlife found in this region, including oryx, springbok, zebra amongst others.

On day three, you will travel further into the south of the Kalahari. Make sure you visit the quiver tree forest at Keetmanshoop, before settling in at your lodge, close to the Fish River Canyon. On day four, after breakfast, travel a short distance to the majestic Fish River Canyon. The Fish River Canyon is Namibia’s longest interior river and is the second most visited tourist attraction in Namibia.

Your journey will continue past Aus and down the vast savannahs of the Great Escarpment to Lűderitz. On this route, you’re likely to spot the wild horses of the Namib. Once you arrive in Lűderitz, you will enjoy a scenic drive to Diaz Point, which marks the site where Bartolomeu Dias landed in 1488.

After breakfast, you will be able to explore the ghost town of Kolmanskop, which is the remnant of a once bustling diamond town that flourished in the year 1908-1950. Continuing north, your next stop is located on a densely vegetated area, along the foot of the Tiras Mountain.

After breakfast, travel along the stretches of grass plains, while exploring the huge mountain ranges, right into the area of Sossuvlei, where your lodge will be situated. You have the option of visiting Duwisib or enjoying the leisure of your lodge.

Wake up early to catch the sunrise over the Namib Desert and its vast plains. You will be able to explore the majestic Namib dunes while you’re here. When leaving your lodge, stop at Sesriem Canyon. This canyon is a 30 metre deep gorge eroded into the desert floor, caused by the Tsauchab river.

After breakfast, travel through the rugged passed and via the Welwitschia plains and the Moon landscape to Swakopmund. Swakopmund is known for being Namibia’s playground.  The town is situated between the Namib Desert and the cold Atlantic Ocean, and has an array of activities to offer travellers who are passing through.

Once you depart from the coastal town of Swakopmund, travel east towards the Erongo Mountain Range. You will travel past Spitzkoppe and have the opportunity to visit the San community who live in that area.

You will have the option to spend leisure time at your lodge or visit the small town of Omaruru and its surrounds.

After breakfast continue into Damaraland. Here you will visit the World Heritage Site Twyfelfontein, and an open air art gallery that’s home to over 2500 different Bushman rock engravings and paintings. In the vicinity of Twyfelfontein, you will be able to visit the traditional Damara village and its people.

On this route you have the option of visiting a traditional Himba village and meet the indigenous people. The Himba are very traditional and have a strong sense of values and culture.

They are known for being one of the last truly nomadic tribes in the world. The further north you will find the Etosha National Park, which is home to over 114 different animal and 340 different bird species.

Enjoy and entire day filled with game driving in Etosha National Park. Make sure you leave the park shortly before sunset. The next day, after sunrise, you’re welcome to drive through the park again, where you will be able to site more wildlife.

When leaving the Etosha National Park region, make sure you travel through the main agricultural and cattle farming region of Namibia, Tsumeb. Here, you will be able to visit the local mining museum and learn more about a few artifacts from the surrounding areas.

At your lodge, you will have enough time to explore the diverse wildlife via a scenic walk or guided tour.

This route takes you between high mountain ranges leading back to the capital city of Windhoek, where your tour ends, with a breakfast.

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