Explore the captivating beauty of Namibia by foot through scenic landscapes and natural attractions. Morning and afternoon yoga sessions to awaken the soul, find peace of mind, to stretch and breathe in the absolute serenity that surrounds you.
We will start with a 3-day hike in the NamibRand Nature Reserve, a moderate hike that takes you close to the stunning beauty of the desert. Is there a better way to immerse in nature than on foot and combining it with yoga? Whilst walking, you will discover many secrets of the Namib that cannot be experienced when driving and you will get to feel different aspects of the desert – from mountainous terrain to sandy dunes. Relax with a sundowner and enjoy a three-course dinner before falling asleep under the stars...
Onwards to Sossusvlei in the Namib Naukluft Park, exploring the highlights of the area and the famous rolling sand dunes, sculpted by wind over thousands of years. We will climb Big Daddy dune which is about 325m high, admiring Deadvlei from above. After a visit to Sesriem Canyon it’t time to relax by the pool for the rest of the day.
Next we are heading to the Skeleton coast, Here, where the Desert meets the Ocean, you can relax or join one of the many adventurous activities from quad biking, fat wheel biking, ocean safaris, dune boarding, surfing, hot-air ballooning or scenic flights. Then get ready for and authentic 2-day hiking experience in Damaraland. The Etendeka Overnight Walking Trail Experience set in the foothills of the Grootberg Massif is a unique Trek through one of Namibia’s most remote and untouched landscapes. With its never ending vistas of ancient rock formations and desert adapted wildlife en-route, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to connect with nature. Namibia is one of the top destinations in the world for stargazing and the two rustic overnight camps make the most out of sleeping under the breathtaking desert sky.
Aww strikes again as we walk along the bald granite peaks of Spitzkoppe, one of Namibia's most recognisable landmarks and a popular mountaineering and hiking destination. The granite is more than 120 million years old and the highest outcrop rises about 1,728 metres above sea level.
There is no better way to end this yoga and hiking adventure than with a well deserved day of relaxation at a luxury lodge close to Windhoek.