Sossusvlei

Namibia Safari

Namibia is one of those African destinations that literally takes your breath away. The country sweeps up the west coast of the continent and sprawls into the interior offering a flabbergasting contrast of wild ocean shores and hot desert plains. You can see an incredible blend of Kalahari plains, huge red sand dunes, pumping rivers and rocky Damaraland turf where desert rhinos and elephants graze, where cheetahs and wild dogs hunt.

We can take you on safari into Namibia with our tailor made and very well planned safari itineraries. Packages to last a lifetime – memories to be made, adventures to be enjoyed, fun to be had. Explore the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site at Twyfelfontein and walk up the huge stark red dunes at Sossusvlei. See the sunrise from Dune 45 as it creates an artscape between dead trees and shadows and weird sandy patterns.

1. Namibian Adventure
Take this circle tour of Namibia for example. We love it because it ticks all the highlights of a visit to this vast and remote part of the world. Go Big 5 spotting in Etosha National Park where plenty of water holes provide excellent game viewing. Then visit the rugged mountain of Damaraland and see how the Himba tribes survive. Visit the quaint German colonial town of Swakopmund and then finish off with the bright red dunes of Sossusvlei. The entire tour is done in an overland vehicle, offering you comfort and social fun.

Explore these sights for 9 nights, starting and ending in Windhoek, for only US$1 890 per person sharing. You will experience some of the best accommodation in Namibia, taste some traditional foods and appreciate your highly qualified guide.

We will book you into an amazing bush camp, home to the renowned AfriCat Foundation which looks after Namibia’s large carnivores including cheetahs, leopards and lions. You will also stay at the Twyfelfontein Country Lodge, Etosha Safari Lodge, Mowani Mountain Camp, Beach Lodge Swakopmund and Sossus Dune Lodge.

Okonjima’s Luxury Bush Camp
Discover exclusive chalets on the edge of a wilderness area, each one designed for your complete privacy under khaki-green canvas and a thatched roof. Go tracking Leopards from your 4×4, tracking rehabilitated Cheetah and Hyena and Wild Dog on foot and guided walking on beautiful Bushman trails. Check out these fantastic facilities:

  • 8 thatched, African-style chalets, with semi-detached, open lounge | sala, mini-bar, 2 couches, 2 queen size beds and a coffee/tea station for that early morning ‘cuppa’
  • 1 luxury, honeymoon junior-suite, with a stunning view, a sliding glass, sliding door, 2 queen-size beds, an en-suite lounge with fireplace, bathtub and outside ‘Bush-shower’ (Wheel-chair Friendly)
  • A Lapa in the form of the indigenous ‘camelthorn’ pod and a secluded swimming pool.

Twyfelfontein Country Lodge
Close to the mind-blowing UNESCO World Heritage Site in Damaraland, this awesome lodge boasts 56 en-suite double rooms all built from natural stone and thatch. Settle into the main lodge and enjoy the swimming pool, lounge with open plan dining room, bar, curio shop and internet access. Of course, the main attraction in this Damaraland landscape is not only the amazing rock art but also the search for elusive desert dwelling elephants, black rhinos, giraffe, springbok and ostrich and oryx.

2.Ultimate Namibia Safari
Book a well-balanced 9 night Namibian safari that gives you enough time to see the nitty gritty of this spectacular country. From US$2 434 per person you get to stay in stunning accommodation that reflect the beauty and conservation ethics of the environment. Take Andersson’s Camp outside the Andersson Gate at Etosha for example:

Named after Swedish explorer, Charles Andersson, this eco camp is actually a resurrected farm house looking onto an active watering hole. Stay in one of 18 luxury en-suite tented chalets raised on private decks and enjoy a really earthy holiday in nature where wildlife viewing takes your breath away.

Sossus Dune Lodge
Appreciate world class service, excellent facilities and warm hospitality all contributing to this Namibian holiday resort – when you come to absorb the powerful beauty of Namibia’s oldest dunes. To crown it all, Sossus Dune Lodge is the only lodge found inside the Namib-Naukluft National Park. So if you stay here, you have first access to the dunes at Sossusvlei before the gates open in the mornings and after they have closed in the evenings!

Your 9-night Namibian safari includes game drives in a 4×4 vehicle, an experienced guide and environmentalist, entrance fees wherever you go, your water and welcome pack. We remove all the stress from your tour into this mighty desert country where conservation of the natural environment is key.

3. Etosha Fly In
Come and see the elephant, giraffe, gemsbok, springbok, red hartebeest, eland, wildebeest, zebra and the rare black faced impala in Etosha National Park. Come and see the lion, leopard and cheetah and feel the thrill of tracking white rhino on foot! You may be lucky enough to see both black and white rhinos!

We take you to this beautiful Namibian region quickly with our 4-night fly-in package that starts at US$1 997 per person sharing. Stay at the luxurious Ongava Tented Camp on a fully inclusive basis. A perfect wild life haven to indulge the senses and relax into the magic of bush therapy. Good food for the soul.

Ongava Tented Camp
Tucked into a hidden valley at the foot of a dolomite hill in Ongava Game Reserve bordering Etosha National Park find 8 large comfortable Meru-style tents. Enjoy their chicen-suite facilities, open air showers and private verandas and settle into the main area built of stone, canvas and thatch. Sit quietly and watch a variety of wildlife come to drink at the waterhole or from the swimming pool!

Ongava is so close to Etoshathat your guide takes you into the Park to enjoy elephants and other amazing wild animals. Other possibilities include guided walks, birding and visiting hides. Ongava holds one of the largest rhino custodianships for the Namibian government in the country and is one of the few private game reserves in southern Africa where guests can see both black and white rhino.