Great opportunity to discover two of Africa’s most diverse destinations with this open jaw solution! Visit Namibia and South Africa (Johannesburg or Cape Town) in one trip from Lisbon, Portugal from €328!
South Africa is a large, diverse and incredibly beautiful country with breathtaking natural views! This is the place where the Indian Ocean meets the Atlantic giving life to diverse sea creatures! You will find there almost 3 000 kilometres of coastline and massive geodiversity. Expect to find here majestic animals such as rhinos, elephants, buffalos, lions, leopards and great white sharks, as well as diverse plant life and indigenous forests.
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Deadvlei, Namib Naukluft Park
Namib Naukluft Park is the largest conservation area in Africa and one of Namibia's most spectacular landmarks. The most well-known area of the park is Sossusvlei, a salt pan with characteristic red dunes.
In the nearby Deadvlei you will find the 550-year-old acacia tree skeletons contrasting against the background of white clay pan and steep, golden dunes. The red sand that forms them was deposited here from the Orange River by the Benguela current and strong wind. The sand dunes in the Namib Desert are known as “star dunes” due to the wind shaping them from all directions.
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Lisbon – Windhoek – Johannesburg – Lisbon
Lisbon – Windhoek – Cape Town – Lisbon
One cabin bag and one piece of checked baggage per passenger.
In Windhoek we advise you to stay at Arebusch Travel Lodge
In Cape Town we advise you to stay at Innscape on Castle
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