Namibia

Windhoek 1

Windhoek

Windhoek is a semi-climatic region with most days in the year being very warm, making it an idyllic stopover whilst … Read moreWindhoek

Waterberg Plateau Park 2

Waterberg Plateau Park

It’s for this reason that we provide a range of Namibia safari packages that include a visit to the Waterberg … Read moreWaterberg Plateau Park

Twyfelfontein 3

Twyfelfontein

This historic area is rich with authentic bushmen sketches that took over 2000 years to create, making it an incredibly … Read moreTwyfelfontein

Swakopmund 4

Swakopmund

The name Swakopmund is derived from the German language meaning ‘mouth of water’. The Nama people previously named this area … Read moreSwakopmund

Susuwe Triangle 5

Susuwe Triangle

The Susuwe Triangle is a triangle of land situated between the Kwando River and the Bwabwata National Park. Due to … Read moreSusuwe Triangle

Spitzkoppe 6

Spitzkoppe

No Namibian safari can be complete without a visit to Spitzkoppe, the most popular and well-known mountain range in Namibia, … Read moreSpitzkoppe

Sossusvlei 7

Sossusvlei

The Sossusvlei area is fed by a river called the Tsuachab River – the dunes actually prevent the entire pathway … Read moreSossusvlei

Skeleton Coast 8

Skeleton Coast

The Skeleton Coast National Park covers 2-million hectares, yet surprisingly it remains one of the least visited and most inhospitable … Read moreSkeleton Coast

Ruacana Falls and Epupa Falls 9

Ruacana Falls and Epupa Falls

The area surrounding the Ruacana and Epupa Falls is known as Kaokoland and typically regarded as a beautiful and remote … Read moreRuacana Falls and Epupa Falls

Namibia Wildlife Resorts 10

Namibia Wildlife Resorts

The Okaukuejo Camp is a Namibian wildlife resort located 17km from the southern entrance of the National Park and featuring … Read moreNamibia Wildlife Resorts

Namibia Animals 11

Namibia Animals

The most popular National Park in Namibia is the Etosha National Park which boasts an impressive population of 114 different … Read moreNamibia Animals

Namib-Naukluft National Park

Namib-Naukluft

The Namib-Naukluft National Park is unique in that it features an incredibly diverse conservation area, which is quite unlike any … Read moreNamib-Naukluft

Namib Desert Dinner 12

Namib Desert Dinner

Safari Highlights In Namibia – Namib Desert Dinner: We can cater for a minimum of 2 guests, right up till … Read moreNamib Desert Dinner

Southern

Mudumo National Park

A popular safari destination, a visit to the Mudumo National Park requires some expertise in 4×4 navigation – expertise we’re … Read moreMudumo National Park

Mahango National Park 13

Mahango National Park

Along the banks of the river, nature-lovers will be able to view the crocodiles and hippos that call the river … Read moreMahango National Park

Kalahari Namibia 14

Kalahari Namibia

The Namibian section of the Kalahari frequently experiences rainfall that allows it to features clumps of grass, thorny shrubs, camelthorn … Read moreKalahari Namibia

northern experience

Fish River Canyon

When you journey into the 100-mile course of this incredible canyon, you’re adventuring into the very myths and legends that … Read moreFish River Canyon

Namibia

Etosha National Park

Etosha means ‘huge white area’ or ‘place of dry water’, and the National Park certainly lives up to this description! … Read moreEtosha National Park

Damaraland 15

Damaraland

Bordered by Windhoek, the Kalahari Desert, the Namib Desert and Ovamboland, Damaraland is a unique Namibian attraction to witness whilst … Read moreDamaraland

Caprivi Strip 16

Caprivi Strip

The Caprivi Strip is completely different from any other part of Namibia, and a safari to this region is the … Read moreCaprivi Strip

Brandberg 17

Brandberg

Brandberg derives its name from both the Afrikaans and the German languages, meaning ‘Fire Mountain’ in both languages. This directly … Read moreBrandberg

Jenman African Safaris Collection

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