Namibia is known for its contrasting landscapes. The western coastline is a lonely and desolate place with shifting sand dunes stretching to the vast interior of the Kalahari. Further inland lies the Etosha National Park and Game Reserve. The reserve is home to 114 species of mammal, 110 reptile species, and 340 species of bird, 16 amphibians and one species of fish.
To the far north, bordering Angola lies the Caprivi Strip – Namibia’s wettest area. The abundance of water is the life blood of a diversity of animal and birdlife.
To the south of the country lies the Fish River Canyon – Namibia’s longest river. It measures 403 miles and is an impressive sight which was formed about 500 million years ago. After the summer rains the river becomes a raging torrent. It is a popular hiking during the cool winter months from May to September.
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One of the leading Africa travel specialists for over 25 years, our team has hundreds of years of combined travel experience.
Our specialists have a personal understanding of the destinations they are recommending for you.
You will have your travel planner and a dedicated co-ordinator ensure that you receive the best service from the moment you first contact us until you return from your holiday.
Our detailed planning and preparation will ensure that your holiday runs like clockwork.
Experience impeccable service throughout your holiday with the support of our dedicated and experienced partners on the ground.
We have a 24 hour emergency phone contact, should you need to speak with us while you are away.
We aim to provide you with your ideal holiday, individually designed just for you and expertly organised. When you book with us you receive this perfectly designed holiday, travel advice and preparation, flawless organisation of the trip, ATOL financial protection and our 25 years’ experience. Because we have excellent confidential rates with lodges and airlines, the price of your holiday will be generally the same as you would pay were you to somehow book all the lodges, transfers and flights yourself.
There is a world of difference between one of our tailormade safaris and most package holidays printed in a brochure. Package holidays are usually designed to be as cheap as possible and of course involve large numbers of people doing the same thing. Our safaris use small, more exclusive and remote camps usually with guests flying in, and often virtually everything is included in the price. The experience is completely different.
Many of these small lodges and camps have broadly similar prices, and it is possible to arrange a superb two week safari for between £4,000 to £7,000 per person ($7,000 – $11,000) season dependant, all inclusive. Realistically it is difficult to reduce that figure, and by including Botswana in peak season, chartering a private plane, disappearing to some magical desert island, or flying at the front of the plane it’s easy to substantially increase that figure!