Namibian Safari Ideas

Self Drive Safaris

Namibia is a safe, clean and exciting tourism destination and is fast becoming the sought after destination for self drives clients. In Namibia, we drive on the left side of the road and one needs a valid driving license. Once you let us know of your interests, we will draw up an exciting itinerary to suit your budget, book all your accommodation and welcome you at the airport, give you all the information that you need to know about driving in Namibia and wave you off good-bye as you embark on your self drive adventure through Namibia.

Tailor Made Group Tours

If you are a group of friends or a family that wants to travel together, than this option is for you. We will customize a tour to your requirements and make sure that each member in the group has a chance to have his/her interests met. Upon receiving your requirements, our dynamic team will draw up an itinerary which we will conclude to perfection until it meets your expectations and budget.


We specialize in putting together exotic traditional weddings. Should you want to have an Oshiwambo, Herero or Damara wedding or simply want to get married in the beauty of the Namib Desert, we will arrange this for you and make it a day to remember.

Wellness Packages

Namibia is slowly becoming a popular destination for those seeking wellness packages. We offer packages to luxury lodges offering unique combinations of wildlife, nature and wellness experiences.

Group Accommodations

If you are a group of people looking for accommodation throughout Namibia, let us do your bookings for you.

Schedule Guided Cultural Tour

For those who want to experience the cultural diversity of the local Namibian people and at the same time, experience the many natural wonders that Namibia is endowed for, look no further. This tour departs once a month every Friday at month end. We take a minimum of 4 people and a maximum of 10.

Example 15 Day Safari

Namibia is a country with plenty to offer, ranging from some ancient rock engravings to a diverse cultures. The San being the first inhabitants of Namibia, the Owambo make up more than 50 % of the population, the Herero are world famous for their colorful dresses. The Himba still maintain their nomadic traditions and old customs. On this tour we will explore it all, from culture, landscape and game. This is a schedule tour, organized for 4 adults traveling together with a private tour guide. Prices Start at N$24,143 .00 per person sharing and this includes:

Price includes:

  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Fuel
  • Experienced tour guide
  • Dinner
  • Accommodation and breakfast
  • Activities as per itinerary
  • Airport transfers
  • Passenger Liability Insurance
  • Super travel package
  • VAT @ 15 %

Day One

Arrival at Windhoek International Airport. Meet and greet by our representative. Drive into Windhoek, Namibia’s Capital, a small bustling city with an estimated population of 280 000 (based on the 2001 census). Situated in an airy basin in the central highlands, Windhoek is surrounded by the Auas mountains to the south east, the Eros Mountains to the north east and the khomas Hochland to the west. The morning will be at leisure and lunch can be enjoyed at the lodge/hotel. Mid afternoon, we will embark on a city and township tour to learn more about the history, development and the people of Katutura. The sprawling suburb on Windhoek’s northern outskirts some 10 km from the CBD was established in 1950’s as a result of South Africa’s apartheid policy of divide and rule. Today Katutura is a crowded suburb where people from different cultures live together in peace and harmony. From iron shacks to up – market houses, it is a diverse, lively and historical place to visit. Dinner will be at the ever popular Joe’s Beer house.

Terra Africa or similar, Distance from Airport to Windhoek City: 47 km. (B&B,D)

Day Two

This morning after breakfast, we will proceed to the former Bushman land tribal area to Roy’s Camp and live the African dream where we will sleep in rustic bungalows. We will be spoilt with excellent farm style cooking and real Namibian hospitality. Lunch will be a packed lunch which will be enjoyed en-route. En-route to Roy’s Camp, we will stop by at a few Herero farms to learn of the Herero way of life. Upon arriving at the camp, time will be at leisure.

Roy’s Camp, similar, Distance from Windhoek to Roy’ s Camp: 530 km. (B&B,D)

Day Three

Today is set aside for an excursion to the San Historical living Museum in Grasshoek. The San (Bushmen) no longer live the way their forefathers lived, due to drought and the many new regulations set up by government with regards to hunting of wildlife. Hunting is regulated in Namibia and the San thus have no means to hunt as per their tradition. Government at present gives the San a little bit of money to live on but this is not enough to cover their day to day needs.

The San community at Grasshoek set up the Historical Living Museum up to generate an income for the community. Singing, dancing, traditional games, bow and arrow shooting, learning of past healing methods and ways of life of their fore fathers are the highlights of the day. A packed lunch will be enjoyed at Grasshoek after the activities.

Roy’s Camp, similar Distance from Roy’s Camp to Grasshoek: 100 km. (B&B,D,A)

Day Four

Depart northwards to Etosha National Park, “Etosha; “Place of the great white spaces” was once a vast shallow lake created, Heigum Bushmen legend tells us, by the tears of a grieving mother. As its present size of 22270 square kilometers, it remains one of the largest parks in Africa. You will be able to enjoy unlimited game viewing to your heart’s delight in the famous Etosha National Park.

Namutoni Resort / similar, Distance from Grootfontein to Etosha: 200km. (B&B,D,A)

Day Five

The day will be spent doing game drives and game viewing at numerous waterholes. Okaukuejo Resort – situated at the southern entrance to the park, is the oldest establishment in Etosha. It is not uncommon to see up to seven different species of animal drinking together at a waterhole or a safe haven of lions during the day. After lunch, continue to Halali Resort - the newest resort in the park, is strategically located halfway between Namutoni and Okaukuejo and is surrounded by some of the most popular water-holes in the park. The resort’s name of German origin is derived from the bugle call made to announce the end of the hunt. The resort boasts a swimming pool, a restaurant and kiosk.

Namutoni / similar. (B&B,D,A)

Day Six

Early morning depart further north to Outapi. En-route visit the Onankali Paper Making Project and the Tsandi Royal Homestead which is home to the Uukwaluudhi king, King Taapopi, one of the four still remaining Owambo kingdoms. You will be given a guided tour through the traditional homestead which reveals the complexity of the grand palace of the Owambo King. A visit to the Ombalantu Tree Heritage Centre - the hollowed-out trunk of this huge tree has, at various times has been used as a post office and a chapel and was integrated into the South African military base prior to independence. Lunch will be enjoyed at the lodge where after, time will be allocated to rest before going to the local markets to wonder around and chat to the locals. The lodge is owned by a local business man from the area and is run by local people; true Owambo hospitality will be enjoyed today.

Outapi Town Lodge, Distance from Roy’s Camp to Outapi: 360km. (B&B,D, A)

Day Seven

After a late breakfast, we head further north to Opuwo. Opuwo, home of the Himba People. The Otjiherero-speaking Ovahimba, commonly referred to as the Himba, are one of Africa's last remaining ethnic groups who chose to maintain their traditional life-style by retreating into Namibia's most remote and un spoilt wilderness area. Slowly the industrialized nations are reawakening to the importance of that balance for the future of our planet. The Ovahimba with their ancient knowledge and traditions can not only serve as sources of inspiration and encouragement but they also deserve recognition and support as the carriers of an invaluable cultural heritage who are trying to survive on the brinks of a modern African society. Upon arriving in Opuwo, we will make various visits to some Himba villages. Lunch will be enjoyed at the lodge; the afternoon will be at leisure where after there will be an option for clients embark on a nature game drive with the lodge vehicle.

Opuwo Country Lodge/ similar, Distance from Outapi to Opuwo: 223 km. (B&B,D,A)

Day Eight

Today we visit Epupa Falls with its scenically beautiful surroundings; Epupa is one of Namibia’s prime tourist destinations. The falls are a series of cascades where the Kunene River drops a total of 60 m over a distance of about 1.5 km, diving into multitude of channels and forming a myriad of rock pools. Lunch will be enjoyed at Epupa Camp where after we will drive back to the lodge in time for dinner.

Opuwo Country Lodge/ similar, Distance from Opuwo to Epupa Falls: 197 km. (B&B,D,A)

Day Nine and Ten

Our journey takes us to Damaraland, the place of sand, stone and National Heritage. Amidst spectacular scenery and splendid solitude, we will visit the many places of interest within this awe filled north-western region.

Twyfelfontein Country Lodge/ similar, Distance from Opuwo to Damaraland: 350 km. (B&B,D,A)

Day Eleven

An early morning drive lies ahead of us today as travel towards the coastal town of Namibia, Swakopmund. A town which is much loved by Namibians as welcome respite from the heat of the interior. It is also popular amongst visitors because of its old- charm and relaxed atmosphere. The afternoon will be at leisure to wonder around the beautiful town on foot. Mid afternoon, we will embark on an undeniably fun and exhilarating activity, quad-biking.

Hotel Eberwein/ similar Distance from Damaraland to Swakopmund: 250 km (B&B,D,A)

Day Twelve

The morning will be spent in Walvis Bay, Namibia’s major harbour town which is fast developing into a sought-after seaside holiday haven. Time will be spent in the cold waters of the cold Atlantic waters of the Namib coast harbour a wealth of marine life, including two dolphin species and a large colony of Cape fur seals resident at Pelican Point. Swimming dolphins, seals that will come on board the board and various bird species will be our entertainment for the morning, followed by a scrupulous feast with sparkling wine, beer and soft drinks.

Hotel Eberwein/ similar, Distance from Swakopmund to Walvis Bay: 31 km. (B&B,D,A)

Day Thirteen

After breakfast, we proceed southwards to the top destination in the southern region, Sossusvlei – with its monumental dunes, up to 325 m when measured from the base. These star-shaped dunes are a sought-after topic for artists and photographers. The warm tints of the sand, ranging from apricot to orange, red and maroon, contrast vividly with the dazzling white surfaces of the largest deflationary clay pans at their basis. The dramatic colors, enhanced by the setting sun will be experienced.

Namib Desert Lodge / similar, Distance from Swakopmund to Namib Desert: 319 km. (B&B,D,A)

Day Fourteen

Another day will be spent in the Desert taking pleasure in the nature walks, game drives and the pure serenity of be amongst the world's famous dunes of the Namib.

Namib Desert Lodge / similar. (B&B,L,D,A)

Day Fifteen

After an early breakfast, we will depart to Windhoek and do last minute shopping before being transferred to the airport where your safari ends.

Distance from Sossusvlei to Windhoek: 319 km. (B&B)