Namibia expeditions

Namibia at a glance

Population: 2.2 million

Terrain: Desert, coast, canyon (Itinerary dependent)

Get in touch to find out more about expeditions to Namibia.

Previous school expeditions

Every World Challenge Expedition is unique. Here are some examples of expeditions we’ve put together for previous schools. Take a look to get some inspiration for your trip, and an idea of what is possible with World Challenge.

Namibia

28 days

Day 1
Outbound Flight

Depart home

Day 2

Arrive in Windhoek, Namibia

Day 3-12

Rural community project phase 

Day 13-16

Skeleton Coast trek

Day 17-18

Spitzkoppe cultural day treks

Day 19-20

Sesriem sand dune trek

Day 21-25

Fish River Canyon trek

Day 26

Rest and relaxation day

Day 27-28

Rest and relaxation in Swakopmund

Day 29

Travel to Windhoek for final night

Day 30
Inbound Flight

Depart Namibia

Day 31

Arrive home

Namibia Itinerary

Botswana & Namibia

28-days

Day 1
Outbound Flight

Depart home for Gaborone, Botswana

Day 2-3

Gaborone orientation and acclimatisation

Day 4-7

Kalahari Bushmen trek

Day 8-9

Return to Gaborone, resupply before next trek

Day 10-13

Village community trek in Southern Botswana

Day 14

Resupply day in Gaborone

Day 15-17

Okavango Delta trip in dug out canoes

Day 18

Travel to the border town of Ghanzi, Botswana

Day 19

Cross the border into Namibia, then travel to your project site

Day 20-25

East Namibia rural community project

Day 26-27

Safari in Etosha National Park

Day 28-29

Rest and relaxation in Swakopmund

Day 30
Inbound Flight

Depart Namibia for home

Namibia

24-days

Day 1
Outbound Flight

Depart home

Day 2

Arrive in Windhoek, Namibia

Day 3-5

Namib-Naukluft National Park day trekking

Day 6

Travel to Fish River, stopover en route for supplies

Day 7-11

Fish River Canyon trek

Day 12-13

Rafting along the Orange River

Day 14-19

Project phase in a rural community

Day 20

Rest day en route to coast

Day 21-22

Rest and relaxation in Swakopmund

Day 23
Inbound Flight

Depart Namibia for home

One of the great appeals of Namibia is the vastness of the landscape. You can travel for days and see stunning untouched landscape, from rugged mountains blending into sand dunes, and the sand dunes falling into the sea.
Michael, our Namibia Expedition Planning Manager

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expedition for your students

Desert, coast, canyon (Itinerary dependent)