If you are thinking to visit Namibia, here’s our Namibia itinerary day by day that might help you to organize your trip. In this really amazing country we spent unforgettable 34 days from mid March to the end of April. We saw nearly all that is worth to see and this is a lot! We already wrote about our top places to visit in Namibia with kids and you can take a look to our quick travel guide as well to get a feeling about traveling to Namibia.

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Above is the map of our journey and below is our Namibia itinerary with the places we have visited:

Day 1: Windhoek – Mariental

Day 2: Mariental – Keetmanshoop

Day 3: Keetmanshoop

Day 4: Keetmanshoop – Luderitz

Day 5: Luderitz – Kolmanskop – Namtib Lodge

Day 6: Namtib Lodge – Koiimasis Farm Lodge

Day 7: Koiimasis Farm Lodge – Sossusvlei

Day 8: Sossusvlei

Day 9: Sossusvlei

Day 10: Sossusvlei – Swakopmund

Day 11: Swakopmund – Cape Cross – Spitzkoppe

Day 12: Spitzkoppe – Palmwag

Day 13: Palmwag Nature Reserve

Day 14: Palmwag Nature Reserve

Day 15: Palmwag – Purros

Day 16: Purros

Day 17: Purros – Opuvo – Epupa Falls

Day 18: Epupa Falls

Day 19: Epupa falls

Day 20: Epupa Falls – Hakaone Village

Day 21: Hakaone Village – Kamanjab Porcupine

Day 22: Kamanjab – Eldorado near Etosha

Day 23: Eldorado – Etosha

Day 24: Etosha

Day 25: Etosha

Day 26: Etosha – Tsumkwe

Day 27: Tsumkwe – San village

Day 28: San village – Caprivi

Day 29: Caprivi

Day 30: Caprivi – Tsodillo Hills (Botswana)

Day 31: Tsodillo Hills – Ghanzi (Botswana)

DAy 32: Ghanzi (Botswana) – Ondekaremba (Namibia)

Day 33: Ondekaremba

Day 34: Ondekaremba – Windhoek

We had a lot of time for discovering Namibia, if you are on a shorter holiday you can easily adjust the itinerary to the number of days you have.


We traveled with Toyota Hillux 4 x 4 with rooftop tents. It was a great type of transport, we drove on some really bad roads (if we can call that bunches of rocks a road!), through sand, we crossed rivers, but not once this car did let us down. Neither one flat tyre! We were sleeping in rooftop tents, almost all the time in camping places and a couple of nights even in the wild.


Namibia has rich wildlife, we enjoyed so much in Etosha National Park and all other places where we saw african animals in the wild. But what left the most fond memories and made the biggest impact on us were the Namibian tribes. We spent few days with each of three tribes we visited. The interaction with the indigenous people that live their everyday life as they did thousands of years ago give you experiences that touch you deeply and change your way of seeing the world. That’s why for us a trip to this country should not end without a visit to at least one of the tribes and you should add it to your Namibia itinerary.


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