Venture into the isolated north-westerly parts of Namibia on this relaxing 11 night mobile safari. You will encounter Namibia’s rare desert-adapted elephants, experience the nomadic culture of the Ovahimbas and visit the spectacular Epupa Falls on the mighty Kunene River. Your safari also includes exciting game drives in the famous Etosha National Park.
Red-orange sands and blue skies characterise this unique flying safari over some of the world’s most enigmatic terrain. A truly remarkable journey not to be missed.
This unusual journey through four distinctive deserts takes you on a tour that seamlessly blends remote, historical towns and the fascinating semi-arid and arid biomes of Namibia.
Skeletal shipwrecks, graveyards of bleached whale and seal bones are eerie relics strewn along the desolate, foggy shores of the northern Atlantic coast of Namibia. The Skeleton Coast is a vast, bleak utterly compelling landscape filled with pathos, beauty and survival against the odds.
Sossusvlei is a world of fascinating ecology and unearthly geography. Vivid white clay saltpans tinged with pink, petrified drifts and towering deep-red sand dunes make for a desert experience that is beyond compare. See the changing colours of the desert sands by sunset on a magnificent sundowner drive. Explore the rugged Sesriem Canyon where you can view millions of years of sedimentary layers in the ravine walls.
This easy 3 day safari enables you to experience Etosha National Park, one of the world’s great wildlife sanctuaries. The reserve is characterised by shimmering, blonde and silvery grasses and is dominated by the vast, salty Etosha Pan, the ghost of a once-immense lake.
This 9 day self-drive holiday leads you from Windhoek, Namibia’s capital city to the southern reaches of the Kalahari Desert with its antique red sands to the gigantic 100-mile long ravine of the Fish River Canyon
This easy add-on 3 day getaway is a treat for anybody who is captivated by the enigmatic cats of Africa. From Windhoek, you’ll head out to Okonjima with its welcoming lodge nestled in the beautiful Omboroko Mountains. This is a spectacular private reserve and the home of the AfriCat Foundation, a non profit organisation that works to protect and rehabilitate Africa’s threatened big cats.
This spectacular 11 day self-drive holiday takes in all the top attractions Namibia has to offer. Journey through the capital city of Windhoek, the Namib Desert, the white and pink saltpans of Sossusvlei, the coastal town of Swakopmund, Twyfelfontein and the Etosha National Park.