When imagining a holiday to Africa it almost always includes a safari destination, game drives and prolific wildlife. With good reason: wildlife is synonymous with Africa. With some of the very best National Parks, private reserves and concessions the world has to offer. A chance to see the Big Five as they are in the bush. It’s an experience you will never forget.
Namibia although mostly desert with endless expanses of it, is surprisingly one of the best destinations for a wildlife safari and the perfect opportunity to combine vast landscapes, diverse culture and an epic wildlife safari into one holiday.
From inquisitive meerkats in the Kalahari, to the world’s last known herd of desert horses in Aus, the largest Cape Cross seal colony on the Skeleton Coast and thousands of flamingos on the Walvis Bay lagoon. The desert adapted elephants, black rhino and lions in the remote areas of Damaraland. More animal species than you can imagine at one waterhole in Etosha National Park and then we haven’t even ventured into the Caprivi or combined the perfect Namibia wildlife safari with even more real and raw wildlife in one of Africa’s finest safari destinations: Botswana.
The great migration of zebra and wildebeest, ghost elephants covered in white dust of the pan in Etosha National Park, a cheetah lazing on a red sand dune. This stuff is real and it’s what safaris are made of. Following a pack of wild dogs on the hunt in the Okavango Delta, a leopard against the backdrop of a legendary African sunset in the Kruger National Park or watching elephants in numbers crossing the Chobe River. There’s simply nothing else like it.
Heading out at the crack of dawn. Tracking spoor. Catching a glimpse of that elusive animal you’ve always dreamt to see. Watching wildlife come and go at a waterhole. Listening to nothing but the sound of the bush as it warms under the African sun.
There’s little as wild as the wildlife of Africa.
With us you can experience it all on a wildlife safari. One that will take you deeper, get you closer and leave you with an unrelenting love for Africa and the wildlife that call her home.