*Organized Tours*
 
   

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Welcome to our 8 days organized Tour for northern Namibia, specialized in Game and Cultural Tourism: we hope that you will find all the information you need for attraction and tourism activities in the northern Namibia.
And It will be our pride to show you our beautiful regions and unique cultures.

Pick ups from Windhoek International airport (accessible by air direct flight from Frankfurt and connections from Johannesburg International airport, South Africa ) and we take you all the way for 7days or more Tour.

Day 1:
Pick up from the Airport
Check – in at the Hotel: all meals inclusive.

Attractions: Windhoek: City Tour:

Windhoek the Capital city of Namibia, located in the middle of the country about 1720 m above sea level, is home to the 243 000 inhabitants, Although it is known as one of the smallest Capital in the World Windhoek is home to so many diverse cultures and unique attractions from the oldest Church to the newest Hero’s arch.

  • Christuskirche built in 1910
  • Tinten palast build in 1914: now houses the Parliament of the Rep of Namibia
  • Turnhalle Building were the first Turnhalle Conference of SWA /Namibia in 1975 took place now houses the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: information and Broadcasting.
  • The Zoo Park were some of the historical monument lays
  • Katutura: a residential area for indigence Namibians

Day 2:

Check –out from the Hotel have Breakfast
Lunch and Snacks inclsive
Depart for Okahandja 60km from Windhoek

  • The town is significance to the Herero people it was once a seat of Chief Samuel Maharero and every year on 26 August thousands of Herero ‘s converge in the Town to pay homage at the Graves of their Great Chiefs. Visits are welcome to view this rich and colorful ceremony.
  • The town is an important for woodcarvers from the north and they practice their skills ancient skills at the Mbangura Woodcarvers Market.
    Okahandja is also a good place to buy our famous dried meat BILTONG

Otjiwarongo 250km from Windhoek

  • Waterberg Plateau park lies 50km from Otjiwarongo
    A unique setting where wildlife lives on an extensive elevated plateau, the park provides an opportunities to see many rare and endangered species, such white rhino and roan antelope. Waterberg is also used for the breeding of rare species and the wildlife bred here is now being used to restock many parks, farms and communal lands in the country.
  • Otjiwarongo is also a home to the Crocodile Ranch where Crocodiles are bred.
    Lunch at Out of Africa Restaurant in Otjiwarongo

Etosha National Park:

For many years Namibia’s main tourist draw card has been the international known Etosha National Park. Until 1960’s Etosha was the largest Game park in the World, its surface area was reduced by a vast 77% making its present size of 22 270 km2, it is still one of the largest park in Africa. With its abandoned of wildlife, Etosha ‘s waterholes are then like Open-air theatre with casts of thousands. Zebra, wildebeest and gemsbok drink to the trumpeting of elephants and roaring of lions.

Enter the park through the western gate:

  • Check-in, in one if the park’s Resorts
  • Dinner at the Resort Restaurant
  • Visit the Floodlit Waterhole and explore the resort

Day 3
Drinks and Snacks inclusive

  • Spend the whole day in the Park, Game driving and explore the abandoned Waterhole of Etosha and not forgetting the unique 5 000 km2 landscape of the Etosha Pan
  • Lunch in one of the resorts
  • Visit more Waterholes and Depart the Park through the northern gate into Ovambo

Owambo people

A large percentage of Namibia ‘s inhabitants live in the Owambo Regions, and the Owambo being more than 51% of the country’s population. Owambo is a collective name for a number of tribes, which have a common origin and culture moved down south in 1550 from the great lakes of East Africa.

Here you come first hand with the indigence people and our ways of living.


Check –in at Pune’s View B&B Ongwediva
Dinner at a Homestead for the Owambo Traditional Meals

Day 4:
After Breakfast
Drinks and snacks inclusive
Depart for:


Olukonda National Monument:

Olukonda Village is a collection of historic Finnish Mission Buildings that now comprise the Olukonda N. Monument.

  • Nakambale House: the mission house and northern Namibia’s oldest structure built in the late 1870’s by Finnish missionary Martti Rautanen (1842- 1926) locally known as Nakambale .It houses the Nakambale Museum, where you will learn all about the history of the Owambo People, dating back before the Europeans came to Namibia.
  • Nakambale Church:
    Nakambale Church was Built in 1889 the year the first Finnish Missionaries settled in Owambo.
  • Traditional Owambo Homestead at Nakambale will give you a depth insight of our culture. A tour of the House, which a guide will explain to you the meaning of every hut and their location. Where you will also be taught how to pound Mahangu, the Owambo millet.
  • Check –in at Pune’s View B&B Ongwediva
    Dinner at an Homestead for the Owambo Traditional Meals
  • Oniipa: long history with the Finnish mission, and the station been established in 1872. Here you will be shown how to Weaver or make Baskets at Elcin Vestments. And buy some souvenirs.
  • Ondangwa being the second city of the Owambo served as South Africa Defence Force Base during the liberation Struggles from 1966 – 1989 and was subjected to mortar and Missile attacks.
  • Lunch in Ondangwa at one of the Lodges
  • Depart Ondangwa for Oshikango Namibia and Angola’s Trading point and border post. Refreshments will be provided at one of the lodges in Oshikango
  • Eenhana
    Visit the Homestead in Eenhana and experience been part of an Owambo family.
    Experience the Kalahari Woodland of the northern Namibia on our well to Oshigambo.
  • Omulonga at Oshigambo: place where the first baptism of the Owambo people took place in 1883.
  • Onandjokwe Lutheran Hospital the oldest hospital in the north built in 1908 completed in 1911 by the Finnish Missionaries.
  • Return to the B&B
  • Dinner at the Lodge in Oshakati

Day 5:
Breakfast
Drink and Snacks

  • Ongweidva: valley of the leopard
  • Oshakati: Capital of the Owambo where cuca Shops with colourful names will entertain you all the way through Oshakati
  • Elim
    Monuments for the Uukwambi Kings
    The Monument has been erected at the site of King Nuuyoma’s grave and the remains of his homestead.
  • Oshikuku
    Oshikuku Open Market
    APC Arts Performances Center.
    Performances by street children’s. Orphans, Schoolchildren and young adults.
  • Uutapi
  • Ombalantu Baobab
    The Hollowed –out trunk of this huge tree has at various times been used as a post office and a Chapel and was integrated into South African Military base prior to independence.
  • Tsandi
    King Nashilongo’s Baobab
    The Trunk of this large tree is hollowed out and served as an office for King Nashilongo.
  • Sir Howard’s Baobab
    This large Baobab was named Sir Howard’s Baobab in commemoration of Sir Howard Gorges, first administrator of SWA who visited Ovamboland in June 1916.
  • German War graves the grave of Albert Stormer (18.12.1914) is located close to Sir Howard’s Baobab.
  • King Taapopi’s Residence
    The Homestead reveals the complexity of a grand palace of the King.
  • Onesi picnic Lunch at Etuka Lake. With a short break
  • Ongulumbashe Monument
    This monument makes the beginning of the liberation struggle, with it battle that took place on 26 August 1966 between the SWAPO Fighter and South African Army
  • Ruacana Falls
  • Home to Ovahimba, an ancient tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists, many of whom still live and dress according to ancient traditions.

  • Ovahimba Homestead
  • Back to Oshakati
    Omatala Open Market
    Game Complex and just drive though the city
    Dinner at one of the Lodge in Oshakati
    Evening Traditional Owambo entertainment on prior bookings at the B&B

Day 6:
Breakfast and Check-out:
Drinks and Snacks
Depart for Tsumeb:

  • Oshikoto Lake
    A unique museum as its origin in 1915 when the retreating German forces dumped their military equipment in Oshikoto Lake.
  • Tsumeb Museum:
    Where the collection of rare minerals can be viewed as well as number of cannons machine-guns and other weapons from the First World War are on display.
  • Grootfontein
    Lunch in Grootfontein
    Home to the largest know meteorite in the world, the Hoba Meteorite
    50- ton mass of nickel and iron is between 100 million and 300 million years old crashed to earth on some 30 000 to 80 000 years ago.
  • Check –in one of the Lodge
    Dinner at the lodge.
  • Rundu
    River town of Rundu, on the banks of Okavango, is home to the okavango people our woodcarvers of all times. This ancient craft handed down over generations is a flourishing industry today.
  • The great kavango River while serves a border between Nambia and Angola
    Visit the Rundu open market for so curio shopping

Day 7:
Check – out and Depart after Breakfast.
Drinks and Snacks

  • Otavi agricultural Town
  • Visit the Okonjima Lodge were their cats Cheetahs, leopards, Lions
    Lunch At Okonjima Lodge
  • Okahandja
    Stop at the Mbangura Woodcarvers Market for some Curio Shops
  • Windhoek
    Check –in at the Hotel. Experience to nightlife
    Dinner Africa Restaurant your last chance to enjoy African Food.

Day 8:
Breakfast
Drinks and Snacks, lunch.

  • Make sure to take some of our unique products back home with you Windhoek offers you variety of products to choose from include candle embedded with the desert sand, Stylishly recycled lampshades and ever changing books and calendars featuring Namibia’s natural and national history with beautiful photographs by Namibian Artist. long after you have leave Namibia, the country’s fine traditional arts, jewellery and crafts inspired by the beauty of the country and its people will inspire you to return.
  • Transfer to the airport

For reservation and info:

info@muafricatourism.com