A country that brings us back to our roots, Namibia has a huge diversity of culture and tradition, with people whose ancestors were some of the earliest humans to walk the earth.
Here you will embark on a journey like no other.
Namibia is the only country in the world who addressed nature conservation and natural resource protection in their constitution, having an extremely small human population. It is safe to say that a step out of your lodges front door will land you in complete wilderness.
Etosha means “the great white area”, but Etosha National Park is known for its dense population of fauna and flora. Every main camp has a floodlit waterhole for visitors to view the wildlife take their first drink of water in probable days.
These camps are not simple pitch tents, but luxury rooms with swimming pools, restaurants and bars. The best times to take a trip would be in between july and october, this fits in nicely with Etosha’s ‘winter game viewing tradition. However, travelling in the off season might save you a pretty penny, and leave you with a bronze tan.
With an abundance of activities, from quad biking across the endless dunes to hot air balloon rides over the stunning desert landscape, there is no time for boredom in Namibia.