Exploring Namibia’s Conservation Stories
Luxury Group Travel | 13 Days
- Endangered black rhino tracking with Save the Rhino Trust in Damaraland
- Day with AfriCat’s veterinary staff, assisting in their work with big cats
- UNESCO-listed sites: Twyfelfontein petroglyphs and Great Namib Sand Sea
- Scenic flight over the rugged Skeleton Coast with views of shipwrecks
- Majestic Sossusvlei dunes and wildlife rich Etosha National Park
- Stay at the camp with the lowest environmental footprint in Namibia
Desert spilling into ocean. Seas of sand alongside a life-springing river and vineyard. European culture mingling with African customs. It’s difficult to wrap your head around Namibia’s contrasts. But they are captivating, and wonderfully off the typical traveler’s radar. Traveling to Namibia’s most spectacular, hard-to-reach, surprising corners, this adventure delves into the impressive efforts to preserve its incredible wilderness and wildlife.
On stays in exceedingly comfortable lodgings, sleep under the stars, take thrilling game drives with your knowledgeable guide, and learn about the care, protection, habitat, and reintegration of leopards and desert-adapted black rhino.
1 – 3
From German-colonial Windhoek, fly to the sensational Namib Desert, home to the iconic red dunes of Sossusvlei and stunning landscapes of the Namib Tsaris Conservancy.
Set out for Damaraland, taking a scenic charter flight over the rugged Skeleton Coast for a bird’s eye view of shipwrecks and dunes Stop in Swakopmund, a German colonial coastal town, on the way.
5 – 6
Seek intriguing fauna in the pristine Damaraland wilderness, explore the time-hewn, UNESCO-listed archaeological site of Twyfelfontein, and engage with the dedicated rangers of the Save The Rhino Trust.
7 – 8
In the acacia-studded Ongava Reserve, which shares an unfenced border with Etosha National Park, encounter big game like elephant, lion, and black rhino moving freely between the two protected areas.
9 – 11
Explore mountainous outcrops and riverine thickets of Okonjima Nature Reserve, home to leopards and other wildlife Step into the boots of an AfriCat vet and/or conservation staff and spend the day learning more about the role they play in the health of the big cats on the reserve.
12 – 13
Return to Windhoek for your final day in this enchanting country Depart for home.
Dates & Prices
04/09/22 – 04/21/22 | Low Season | Limited space; please call
05/05/22 – 05/17/22 | Low Season | Limited space; please call
07/31/22 – 08/12/22 | High Season | Limited space; please call
04/14/23 – 04/26/23 | Low Season
05/03/23 – 05/15/23 | Low Season
08/18/23 – 08/30/23 | High Season
09/14/23 – 09/26/23 | High Season
Also offered as a Custom Trip March to October.
Group Trip: From $10,525 per person
based on double occupancy
Internal Air: From $1,750 per person
Custom Trip: Please call for individually tailored recommendations and pricing.
- All accommodations
- Most meals
- All ground transportation and airport transfers
- Sightseeing, game drives, events, visits, and entrance fees
- All park and conservation fees
- Services of a GeoEx trip leader, professional wildlife guides/drivers and camp staff
- Some gratuities
- Expertise of GeoEx’s travel specialists
- Services of GeoEx’s in-house air reservations team
- Bottled or filtered water at included meals and while sightseeing
- Emergency evacuation services and secondary medical expense insurance
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