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Dursternbrook – Weekend Break-A-Way – Wildlife Adventure

3 Days 2 Night

Package Validity/Travel Dates : March 2022 – June 2022


Accommodation

Complimentary Breakfast

City Tour

Airport transfer


Starting From

USD 327

Per person on a twin sharing basis

Package rates per person for the above package:

 

Package Rates per person in USD

Single Occupancy

Twin / Double Occupancy

Third Adult in Same Room

Child With Bed (5.1 to 12 years)

Child No Bed (0 to 5 yrs.)

Infant

459

644

327

327

N/A

N/A

Taxes Extra.

No children allowed below 5 years – Children between 6-11 yrs. 50% off

Above 12 years will be considered on adult rates only.

All Rates given are NETT & NON COMISSIONABLE

Valid for sale in

All Markets.

Tour Duration

02 Nights / 03 Days

Overview

The place is a small family run guest farm. It is the first Guest farm in Namibia, since 1962. It is 50 km from Windhoek and 90 km from the international airport. They have an abundant diversity of wildlife, such as Hippos, sable, antelope giraffe, oryx, big kudu, impala,
Steenbock, cape eland, waterbuck, mountain and plain Zebras, ostrich, cheetah, leopard and wildebeest.

Countries covered

Harare, Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)

Unique Highlights

This exclusive break away tour will take you to Dusternbrook Game Farm 50 km north of Windhoek, where you will enjoy your stay at the beautiful stoned old German style accommodation, situated on the hill overlooking the landscape with stunning view core the farm house which is form settler time and has a charming architecture.

Accommodation:

Location

No. of Nights

Hotel / Lodge / Camp Name

Star Category

Room Type

Meal Plan

Okahandja

01

Dusternbrook Game Reserve

3

Luxury Katrina Suite

Full Board

Okahandja

02

Dursternbrook Game Reserve

3

Luxury Katrina Suite

Full Board
Windhoek

03

Drop off in Windhoek

Itinerary:

Day 01: Windhoek – Okahandja

Departure from Windhoek.

Stop at Okahandja for a visit to the carver’s market. Afterwards have lunch in Okahandja and driving east of Okahandja towards Dursternbrook settle down and join the cheetah and Leopard feeding tour in the afternoon.

Meals Included: Dinner & Lunch

Activity Included: Cats Unlimited (Cheetah & Leopard feeding)

Day 02: Okahandja – Dusternbrook Game Farm

After breakfast the clients spend the day with an opportunity to join Morning Game Drive in the pristine nature that is home to a wide variety of animals on the Game farm, whereby they can see possible game at the reserve like giraffe, eland, oryx, kudu, ostrich, hartebeest, wildebeest, waterbuck, steenbok, plains zebra, baboons, impala, hippo and rich birdlife.

Meals Included: Lunch & Dinner

Activity Included: Morning and Afternoon Game Drive

Day 03

After breakfast clients will be drop at their accommodation in Windhoek.

End of Services………………………………….

Package Inclusions

  • Pick up from Windhoek at the accommodation
  • 02 Night stay in Dusternbrook Game Farm
  • All meals mentioned in the itinerary
  • X 3 Activities – Morning or Afternoon Game Drive – Cats Unlimited (feeding of cheetahs/Leopards
  • All transfers from Windhoek – To Dursterbrook – vice versa
  • Services of an English-speaking driver or guide during the trip from Windhoek to Dusternbrook and the pick-up in Dusternbrook and drop at Windhoek at the accommodation.
  • Driver and vehicle will be available on a point-to-point basis as per itinerary and will not be at your disposal.
  • Fuel cost of the vehicle
  • No park fees to be paid when stay at the Farm.

Package Exclusions

  • Anything not mentioned in “Package Inclusions”
  • Domestic & International Airfare, Train Fare, Travel Visa & Travel Insurance & Medical Premium, Medical tests, etc.
  • Individually extended accommodation, sightseeing, transfers, excursions pre, post or on tour.
  • City Tax / Tourism Dirham tax / Green Tax etc (if applicable)
  • Cost of Optional activities
  • OK to board for the airline (if applicable)
  • Meals other a specified in the itinerary
  • Personal expenses on items such as Laundry, Juices, Sodas, Soft & Hard Drinks, Bottled Water etc.
  • Incidentals, Tips, Porterage, Minibar and Bell-Boy charges, Gratuities etc

Visa Requirement and Charges:

Please check online or with our authorised representative if Travel visa is required to visit our country. It is your responsibility to submit all relevant documents and obtain a legal travel visa (as per requirement) before you travel.
In case your tour is cancelled or curtailed short due to visa issues, we will be unable to provide you any refund of the tour cost.
For E-Visa, we are happy to provide you the visa requirement charges and documents required at highly competitive rates on our portal: https://www.visadone.com
You may click the above link and check the details there
For Sticker Visa, please check with our local branch for the costing, documents required and processing time.

Travel & Medical Insurance Charges:

It is Traveller’s responsibility to obtain and be in possession of the comprehensive travel and cancellation insurance, including medical insurance with provision for air evacuation, insurance in case of accidents, sudden sickness, medical expenses or death, before embarking on a tour. Our company is neither responsible nor liable for any claims, damage or loss as a result of Client’s failing to obtain necessary insurance cover.

We are however, happy to provide you travel insurance as per the plan you select which can offer you comprehensive coverage at highly competitive costs.

Age limit to provide Insurance – Up to 75 years. For Insurance, all rates given are per person in USD.

Current Exclusion:

To & from Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Nepal & Bangladesh

From India (However to India (Inbound) is allowed).

 

Up to 75 years per person

Travel Insurance Anywhere 2 Anywhere

Premium in USD per person

Platinum Plan/Limit

Gold Plan/Limit

Silver Plan/Limit

Return Plan

01 – 07 Days

37

25

15

08 – 15 Days

49

36

21

16 – 30 Days

74

54

32

 

Insurance fees once paid is totally non-refundable. For further details you can check with us on insurance@solidarityinvest.com

*Disclaimer: Please do check with our Branch / Authorised representative about the latest requirement as visa requirement / fees / travel insurance charges are dynamic and subject to change. The consulate at their discretion may ask for additional documents also for visa processing. Visa issuance is purely at the discretion of the consulate and not us.

Payment and Cancellation Policy:

PAYMENT TERMS:
• 50% payment at the time of confirmation
• Balance 50% within 07 days of confirmation or travel date whichever is earlier.
We accept payments via bank transfer/Debit & Credit cards also. In case of a bank transfer please add USD 30 per transfer per time you transfer.
CANCELLATION POLICY:
We need to receive a cancellation request in writing for us to proceed with cancellation. The following charges will be applicable based on the cancellation request received by us.
If you cancel –
◦ 60 days prior to departure there will be a 10% deduction on the package cost.
◦ 59 – 45 days prior to departure: 25% deduction on the package cost.
◦ 44 – 30 days prior to departure: 35% deduction on the package cost.
◦ 30 – 15 days prior to departure: 60% deduction on the package cost.
◦ 15 – 07 days prior to departure: 85% deduction on the package cost.
◦ 06 days or less: 100% deduction on the package cost.
TERM AND CONDITIONS:
◦ All rooms, rates and services are subject to availability at the time of confirmation.
◦ Rates are not valid for Events / Fairs / Long weekends / Festivals / Blackout dates.
◦ In case the same hotels / lodges / camps / resorts are not available we reserve the right to change them in the same star category.
◦ Child rates apply for children aged from 2 to 11 years old. 1 child sharing a room with 2 adults (depending on hotel policy). If the hotel doesn’t have availability for family rooms, adult rates will apply.
◦ If certain tours / entrances are closed during certain periods, alternative options will be provided.
◦ Train fares / reservations are dynamic, subject to availability and non-refundable once issued.
◦ Standard check-in time at the hotel is generally 1500 hrs. and check-out 12 Noon.
◦ Rates quoted are not applicable during trade fair periods, major European Holidays and other major events.
◦ Train fares / reservations are dynamic, subject to availability and non-refundable once issued
◦ Early check-in, late check-out is solely based on the discretion of the hotel and not guaranteed unless paid for.
◦ We reserve the rights to reschedule the itinerary or routing.
◦ Unused inclusions in a tour package are non-refundable.
◦ Tours will be seat in coach basis (Unless mentioned otherwise) where guests have to reach on time at designated pick up point.
◦ Any delays from your side are considered a no show.
◦ No refund applicable in case of no show.
◦ Rates are not valid during any events & festivals and blackout dates.
◦ Most of the Hotels/ Lodges/ Camps / Apartments may ask for a security deposit at the time of check-in, which is refundable at the time of check-out and is subject to the hotel/lodge’s policy.
◦ We reserve all rights. Any damages caused whilst on tour shall be borne (paid or settled) locally by the client, we will not be liable for the same.
◦ In view of the current situation, please be advised that whilst the information and rates quoted are correct as of today’s date – we retain the right to adjust rates based on any changes to current operational or capacity restrictions imposed by Governments or other Authorities.

COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES

Covid Guidelines (If any): All travellers travelling to Namibia must check the below website for Covid guidelines and adhere by the rules –
https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices/covid-2/coronavirus-namibia
Mandatory Medical /Tests or Vaccination details: The same have already been covered in the Covid Guidelines Link. Please check for any mandatory vaccinations which may be required by Namibia / your own country and take them before you travel.
Any Other info: NA

Package Cost

 

Package Rates per person in USD

Single Occupancy

Twin / Double Occupancy

Third Adult in Same Room

Child With Bed (5.1 to 12 years)

Child No Bed (0 to 5 yrs.)

Infant

459

644

327

327

N/A

N/A

Taxes Extra.

No children allowed below 5 years – Children between 6-11 yrs. 50% off

Above 12 years will be considered on adult rates only.

All Rates given are NETT & NON COMISSIONABLE

 

OPTIONAL ADD-ONS

Optional Activities (on own cost)

  • Horseback Riding
  • Early Mountain Drive

Points to Note (If any)

Please do note that the below points are shared with you for your reference only. Please use them at your own discretion.

Your Health: It is your (Traveller’s) responsibility is to ensure that you are in good health and medically fit to undertake safari tour. If the tour passes through the malaria area, precautionary treatment is advised. Consultation with medical practitioner/doctor and obtaining prophylactic and precautionary anti-malaria treatment is necessary.

Local Currency: Euro or US can easily be changed upon arrival in Namibia. Both Namibian dollars and South African Rand are equal in value and SA Rand are accepted as legal tender anywhere in Namibia. When departing Namibia, we recommend that any cash you take with you is in South African Rand as Namibian dollars are generally not easily exchanged outside of Namibia.

Visa and Master Card are usually accepted throughout southern Africa, but American Express and Diners Club are not as widely accepted. Most foreign hard currencies (US$, ZAR and CHF) are the most commonly accepted and can be exchanged at bureaus de change and banks.

VAT – 15 % VAT is included on all items and VAT paid on items being exported can be reclaimed at the International Airport on departure (if the total value exceeds N$ 200).

  • Helpful items for your packing list:
  • Clothes (including Spring/Autumn jacket for cooler evenings, especially during months of May-August, when temperature can drop near zero degrees at night)
  • Comfortable shoes (including hiking shoes)
  • Sun glasses
  • Sun-screen lotion
  • Binoculars
  • Camera
  • Personal medicaments with proper prescription
  • Sun hat
  • Torch or Headlamp

Photography: Due to nature of the safari tour, rugged terrain and extremely dusty conditions, we would like to urge to carefully pack all sensitive photographic, electronic and filming equipment, preferably in the dust-proof bags.

People/Population: 2.6 inhabitants – Namibia’s population can be divided into (at least) 11 ethnic groups with 30 different dialogues, Th main tribes are the Bushmen or San people which is oldest tribe they were also nomadic inhabitants – The Oshiwambo people which is the largest tribe – The Himba are also the tribe of nomadic pastoralists who inhabit the Kaokoland area of Namibia. – Most people prefer to think of themselves as Namibians. As a whole, Namibians are incredibly friendly, the country’s infrastructure is good, it is, overwhelmingly, a peaceful and natural beautiful country. As a whole, Namibians are incredibly friendly, the country’s infrastructure is good, and the level of corruption found here is far less than neighbouring countries. It is, overwhelmingly, a peaceful and welcoming country.

Climate: Namibia has one of the loveliest climates in the world and its fine to visit all year round. Dry, sunny and pleasant most of the year, Namibia provides excellent opportunity to travel without worrying about the weather. Climate is classified as sub-tropical.

Country receives only a fraction of the rain experienced by countries further east or North Africa. Between about mid-November to March some days will be humid and rain may follow, often in localized afternoon thunderstorms.

April and especially May are often lovely months in Namibia. Increasingly dry, with a real freshness in the air, and much greenery in the landscape; at this time the air is clear and largely free from dust. From June to August Namibia cools down and dries out more; nights can become cold, dropping below freezing in some desert areas. As the landscape dries so the game in the north of the country gravitates more to waterholes, and is more easily seen by visitors at the national parks and nature sanctuaries. By September and October, it warms up again; game-viewing in most areas is at its best, although there’s often a lot of dust around and the vegetation has lost its vibrancy.

November is a highly variable month. Sometimes the hot, dry weather will continue, at other times the sky will fill with clouds and threaten to rain, but if you’re lucky enough to witness the first rains of the season, you’ll never forget the drama.

Safety and Security:

Namibia is a very safe, politically stable country. In our opinion, visitors have little cause for concern regarding personal safety. This is especially so when traveling on an organized trip and staying at lodges and camps.

Staying safe on Wildlife Viewing Activities:

Your safari guide will ensure your safety at all times – listen carefully to instructions and follow the park’s rules at all times. When on a self-drive safari, don’t drive too close to wildlife and only leave your car in designated areas where it is safe to do so. 

Staying safe in Cities and Towns:

Namibian cities are relatively safe; most crime issues are minor, such as petty theft and pickpocketing. You will mostly be sheltered from these risks when looked after by your guide on an organized tour. When venturing out in the city unguided, you can easily reduce being at risk by following simple safety precautions: get advice at your hotel before taking a walk in the city; don’t carry any valuables and only take limited money with you; don’t walk after dark, rather take a taxi.

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