This group Explorations Adventurer safari is designed for the traveler who is looking for both wildlife viewing and also the stunning landscape and atmosphere of the desert. Accommodations are in adventurer style camps with a few nights in park lodges and hotels. Group size is limited to seven with the same guide throughout. View our Safari Programs for Namibia.
(2018 Departures:) [Jan 19, Jan 31, Feb 09, Mar 05, Mar 20, Mar 27, Apr 01, Apr 14, Apr 17, May 07, May 09, May 22, Jun 03, Jun 15, Jun 18, Jun 30, Jul 06, Jul 20, Jul 21, Aug 02, Aug 05, Aug 17, Aug 29, Sep 08, Sep 20, Oct 01, Oct 07, Oct 19, Oct 25, Oct 30, Nov 04, Nov 26, Dec 06, Dec 18, Dec 23]
(Day 01) *Windhoek* [On arrival in Windhoek you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Enjoy the evening at leisure. Overnight Olive Exclusive Boutique Hotel.]
Olive Exclusive Boutique Hotel is for the discerning traveler and has 7 suites individually decorated, each with a lounge area, fireplace and spac..Read More
(Day 02+03) *Windhoek/Sossusvlei* [This morning you will be picked up and depart at approximately 9:00 am from Windhoek and travel by vehicle approximately 237 miles, enjoying awe-inspiring views of the mountains and the desert floor – on a clear day you can see the fog banks of the Skeleton Coast. 2 nights Kulala Adventurer Camp. ]
Your Adventure Camp consists of dome tents with en suite toilet and shower 'bathrooms' with old-style bucket showers and basins. The rustic elements of the..Read More
(Day 04+05) *Swakopmund* [Travel north-west via the Kuiseb Canyon with its dark, craggy canyons and via a lunar landscape of flat gravel plains (with stops along the way including visiting the extraordinary Welwitschia plants). 2 nights Hansa Hotel.]
The historic Hansa Hotel, set in the charming town of Swakopmund, was built in 1905, and today its classical architecture forms an integral part of the cit..Read More
(Day 06-08) *Damaraland* [Travel approximately 300 miles today, starting north, along the legendary Skeleton Coast via the Cape Cross seal colony with thousands of breeding Cape fur seals. Turn inland past the massive Messum Crater and Brandberg – the second largest monolith on earth, to reach Damaraland. 3 nights Damaraland Adventurer Camp.]
Damaraland Adventurer Camp is a new camp built to make the most of the endless vistas. Tucked away in a sandstone canyon, the camp features six dome tents,..Read More
(Day 09+10) *Ongava-Etosha* [Drive approximately 240 miles east to Ongava Private Game Reserve that shares a common boundary with the Etosha National Park. (Driving time includes game viewing.) 2 nights Ongava Tented Camp.]
Review our Previous Clients experience of this Safari
"First want to say that I think this was a GREAT overview of Namibia!! I enjoyed it thoroughly! Anderson’s Camp was great for viewing animals at the water hole. A black rhino came early evening and 12-15 lions came later that night."