Level 1 - Easy Access for all riders with only very limited gravel road (hundreds meters to access lodges)- Tarmac 98% - Gravel Road 2%
Cost from 2.325 Euros (per rider) or 1.120 Euros (per pillion) or 1.355 Euros per person with 4x4 (based 4 persons in vehicle)

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8 Days / 7 Nights - Namibia Tour With Rented BMW Adventure or Honda CRF Africa Twin DTC
7 x 24h00 Motorcycle Rental - 7 x 300km = 2.100 Km Included.

Departures: Once a month or any day on request - Back-Up Vehicle With Driver : Available On Request

SELF DRIVE TOUR

Cost with BMW GS 800 Adventure:   2.575 Euros
Cost with HONDA 1000 CRF DTC:     2.695 Euros
Cost with BMW GS 1200 Adventure: 2.870 Euros
Cost with Toyota 4x4: From 1.500 Euros (based 4 person in vehicle)

SAME TOUR WITH BACK UP VEHICLE AND DRIVER - IF GROUP OF 8 RIDERS

Cost with BMW GS 800 Adventure:       3.160 Euros
Cost with HONDA 1000 CRF DTC:         3.280 Euros
Cost with BMW GS 1200 Adventure:     3.455 Euros

Extra Cost if group of 6 or 7 Bikers: + 195 Euros
Extra Cost if group of 4 or 5 Bikers: + 500 Euros

Majors sites visited: Windhoek - Walvis Bay - Omaruru - Otjiwarongo - Etosha - Otjiwa - Windhoek

Type of Tour:
 Self-Drive with Motorcycle or 4x4 rental

Accommodation Included: Standard Category - 7 Nights Sharing Twin Room - 7 breakfasts - 5 Dinners

1 Guided Visits: Marine Dune Day in Walvis Bay - 1 School visit in Otjiwarongo (subject to school terms), 2 Guided Game Drive in Etosha, 1 pm guided game drive on your motorcycle + 1 Rhino tracking (4x4 and on foot).

Possibility to have friends and family in a 4x4:
 YES - Also self-drive


Charity:
 In order to help the School in Otjiwarongo, for each passenger booking this tour, Namikala Safaris will donate 600 N$ to the Peri Naua Association> http://www.peri-naua.com

Passenger allowed on the bike: YES