Skeleton Coast 4x4 Expedition
Departing from Swakopmund, we head to the Ugab gate, the entry point into the Skeleton Coast National Park. From here we continue to Terrace Bay where we fill up our vehicles and then leave civilization behind us for the next 8 days!
As we make our way through the park we put our fully laden vehciles to the test. Riverbeds, soft sand and dunes all stand between us and the iconic Kunene River Mouth. We pass interesting sites along the way as our guide feeds us with information on our surroundings and also gives advice and guidance on how to get the most out of your vehicle in this daunting terreain.
Reaching the Kunene Mouth we get to relax a bit as we make camp for two nights in the majestic dunes. Here we spend some time appreciating the beauty of nature and the peace and tranquility of the desert.
From here we head east along the mighty Kunene through some of the most deceitful dunes in Namibia, a real test to the drivers, co-pilots and vehicles! We then turn south through the Hartmansvalley, uniquely beautiful and desolate.
Our tour ends at the little Himba village of Puros, where we will be on the lookout for the desert adapted Elephants of the Hoarusib river.
SKELETON COAST EXPEDITION - full itinerary
SKELETON COAST BOSWA / 4X4 TRAILER - full itinerary
2023 & 2024 Rates (SADC members)
NAD 13,500 per adult
NAD 4,000 per child (16 -18 years)
NAD 2,700 per child (9 - 15 years)
NAD 1,000 per child (0 - 8 years)
2023 & 2024 Rates (Foreign / non SADC)
NAD 14,500 per adult
NAD 6,000 per child (16 -18 years)
NAD 3,700 per child (9 - 15 years)
NAD 2,000 per child (0 - 8 years)
Minimum 18 adults per group, maximum 12 vehicles per group.Prices valid until 31 December 2023 and subject to change without any prior notice.
SADC 16 Member States; Angola, Botswana, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eswatini, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
What is Included?
Breakfast & Dinner daily
2 Way radios
Guides, communal camp equipment (field toilets & showers, cooking facilties)
All camping, concession, park en community fees
Recovery gear & satellite phone for emergencies
What is not Included?
Vehicle & fuel
Food & beverages not included above
You camping gear (tent, chairs, cutlery, torch, etc)
Items of a personal nature
Medical and emergency travel insurance (compulsory)
2023 DATESPlease contact us if you want to discuss alternative dates for 2023.
Sept 24-1 Oct Small Exclusive Group, limited space left
Sept 30-7 Oct SA School Holiday Open
October 15-22 Open
November 12-19 Limited space
December 28-4 January Open
2024 DATESPlease contact us if you want to discuss alternative dates for 2024.
January & February Peak season for angling tours, please enquire for more details.
March 28-April 4 (School Holiday)
June 19-26 (SA School Holiday)
July 1-8 (SA School Holiday)
July 7 - 14 (SA School Holiday)
October 1-8 (SA School Holiday)
December 28-4 January