Everywhere in Namibia, as each area has something unique about it that makes me want to revisit it over and over again.
Special interest safaris. Anything that is a bit different from the norm , be it plants, geography etc.
From basic to luxury, I have many favourites based on what they can offer. Often so entirely different one from the other: Camp Gecko, Tsauchab River Camp, Hobatere Lodge, Hoanib Valley Camp and Wolwedans Dunes Lodge.
16 -Day Classic Namibia Safari - this one combines the very best of Namibia's highlights to include landscapes, scenery and wildlife.
Exploring the NamibRand Nature Reserve and the southern Naukluft areas. It's breathtaking!
Make sure you have a hat and binoculars.
Visit the areas with an open mind and you will see more and more every time.
“Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” ~ Confucius
Hailing from the small and quirky town of Omaruru, Ulrike is the essence of Namibia and a delightful member of our small and quirky team. She brings heaps of knowledge and experience to the table, the one we sit at each morning discussing enquiries.
Uli went to primary school in Omaruru and for high school she headed out to the big smoke of Otjiwarongo, gateway to the Waterburg Plateau Park in central Namibia.
After school, Ulrike stayed in Otjiwarongo and worked her way up the travel industry ladder where she developed her profound love for all things wild and the unique characteristics of Namibia in particular.
With a wicked sense of humour beneath a quiet demeanour and unbridled enthusiasm for showcasing our beautiful country, Ulrike is the perfect fit and has quickly made her mark here at NTS.
Uli and her son, Xander, live in Swakopmund along with their two cats and a dog. Uli loves watersports, fishing, camping, horse riding and game viewing. No wonder she loves Namibia so much. And in her spare time, Uli’s an avid gardener with an impressive collection of indigenous bonsais and to complete the picture she’s an accomplished artist.
Like most Namibians, Ulrike is fluent in English, German and Afrikaans and, like most Namibians, her favourite place in Namibia is anywhere and everywhere - so long as it’s in Namibia.
Our guides are exceptional human beings one and all. Their love of people, country, history, flora, fauna and a jolly good time is entirely contagious and their professionalism, expertise and trustworthiness will set your heart at ease from the moment you leave the arrivals terminal.meet our guides