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The haunting landscapes of the Skeleton Coast and the giant dunes of Sossusvlei, the prolific wildlife of Etosha and the Zambezi Region; and the awe-inspiring Fish River Canyon. These are just some of the memories you will treasure on your Namibian holiday.

Namibia Holiday

Come, join us on a life changing holiday of a lifetime, where memories will live with you forever; from the world’s largest sand mass in the Kalahari Desert to the 2nd largest Canyon on earth. Get drawn back in time by visiting the ghost town of Kolmanskuppe and let yourself be captivated by the surreal dunes at Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei. Discover UNESCO and RAMSAR World Heritage sites and the ancient San and Damara cultures. Encounter the rich and divers Wildlife of the Etosha National Park.

“Namibia is truly a very special destination and should be on every travelers Bucket List!”

Namibia is home to the infamous Skeleton Coast, and it is here where we find the Namib Desert, the World’s oldest desert, and the surreal dunes of Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei. The eastern expanses are dominated by the red dune belts of the Kalahari Desert and to the south the Fish River Canyon, the 2nd largest Canyon on earth;

The central highlands are renowned for its free-roaming wildlife and the Etosha National Park. Kaokoland and Damaraland are where we find some of the most dramatic landscapes, the uniquely adapted desert animals and the proud Ovahimba people. And to top it off – the contrast of the lush forest vegetation of the Zambezi region, part of the KAZA Transfrontier National Park.

Like the diamonds mined here, Namibia is a true gemstone waiting to be discovered. This is a destination in a million!


Encounter abundant Wildlife and the “BIG5” over 4 National Parks; the rich and diverse Wildlife of the Etosha National Park; the rare and endangered species in remote Damara and Kaokoland concessions. and along the water rich river systems of the Zambezi Region and Okavango Delta; Travel into the Mahango Game Park, Namibia’s smallest, yet one of its most diverse wildlife havens. Predators include leopard, lion, hyena and wild dog. Further east you enter the Bwabwata Game Park, another of Namibia’s wilderness areas that is bordered only by natural river systems.

Experience the spectacular carnivore encounters at the AFRICAT Foundation, who are committed to researching and rehabilitating Namibia’s threatened wild cat populations

The wide range of national parks ensure an unforgettable wildlife experience throughout the year

Here are a few of the must-see wildlife options to tick off your Bucket list;
• Big Five – Lion, Elephant, Buffalo, Rhino, Leopard plus other predators including Cheetah and Wild Dog (Etosha National Park; Zambezi Region; Mahango Game Park and the Okavango Delta)
• The largest fur seal colony in southern Africa at Cape Cross
• Join expert rangers in Damaraland tracking desert elephant or black rhino
• AFRICAT Foundation, researching and rehabilitating Namibia’s threatened wild cat populations

Experiences in Namibia;
• At least one safari must be on every visitor’s wish list!
• Explore the 2nd Largest Canyon in the world, the Fish River Canyon
• Sossusvlei, climb the highest sand dune in the world
• Visit the site of the 60-ton Hoba Meteorite near Grootfontein, globally the largest of its kind
• Experience the allure of the Namib Desert from a hot-air balloon
• Track Desert Elephant and the rare black rhino in Kaokoland
• From Sossusvlei visit Dead Vlei, a surreal white clay pan surrounded by monumental dunes and dotted with age-old Camelthorn trees
• Visit the Sesriem Canyon, an 18 million-year-old gorge eroded into the conglomerate floor
• A marine cruise on the calm waters of the Walvis Bay peninsula, where you will encounter cape fur seals, dolphins, leather back turtles and maybe even whales and orcas
• Visit the Cape Cross Seal Reserve, home to some 100 000 Cape Fur Seals
• Twyfelfontein, a World Heritage Site with over 2500 rock engravings and rock paintings covering the eroded surface of a pre-historic desert
• A visit to the Burnt Mountain and the Organ Pipes is particularly rewarding in the early morning or late afternoon hours
• Close to Twyfelfontein, you can also visit a traditional Damara village, the original inhabitants of the Damaraland. Furthermore, visit the Petrified Forest where pre-historic tree trunks jut out between patches of Welwitschia

Namibia is an all-year destination with over 300 days of sunshine.

• The wide range of national parks ensures an unforgettable wildlife experience throughout the year, the dry winter months of May through to September / October are generally better for game viewing
• In the wetter months of November through to April, calving season commences and birding as well as botanical experiences are spectacular
• Travelling in Namibia, if self-driving, is best enjoyed in a 4×2 (high vehicle clearance) or 4×4
• Try to limit daily travel to a maximum of 350km. This is sometimes unavoidable, but with the help of Cape Tours and its local partner, we manage this for our clients.
• Due to distances between towns, never allow your fuel tank to fall below half.
• Always ensure that you have plenty of water when out and about
• As the Namibia Dollar – N$ is linked to the South African Rand – ZAR (on a 1 for 1 basis), we recommend that you take ZAR. NB Please note that whilst the ZAR is legal tender in Namibia, the N$ is not legal tender and South Africa and you are only allowed to export N$500.00.
• Make sure you exchange excess N$ cash before you depart Namibia
• Credit cards are accepted at most supermarkets, restaurants and accommodation establishments in urban Namibia (Visa and Mastercard are most commonly accepted) but outlets in rural areas are more likely to only accept cash payment only, so plan accordingly
• Credit cards can NOT be used to buy petrol, so plan accordingly
• Credit Cards – please check with your provider to understand the cost implications of using your cards overseas
• Good travel insurance, to include medical cover, is highly recommended
• Adequate travel and medical insurance cover
• Mobile phone – where possible we recommend that you bring an old Pay As You Go mobile. On arrival in Namibia, purchase a Pay As You Go SIM card with airtime for use whilst on holiday (you will need to produce your itinerary as proof that you are a visitor)
• Should you prefer to take your contracted mobile phone, please ensure that your data roaming is turned-off and discuss costs with your provider. This will avoid tears at the end of your holiday!

What to Expect:

• The time difference is one hour from April to August and two hours for the rest of the year
• Health – Visitors need no special precautions for their stay, except anti-malarial treatments for those visiting the northern game reserves and tropical areas. It is however highly recommended that you discuss your travel plans with your local GP
• Namibia is generally a safe destination. Tourist venues and the country regions may be regarded as completely safe, while the normal precautions apply elsewhere
• Namibia’s climate is generally very dry and pleasant. The cold Benguela current keeps the coast cool, damp and free of rain for most of the year. Inland, all the rain falls in summer (November to April). January and February are hot, when daytime temperatures in the interior can exceed 40ºC (104ºF), but nights are usually cool. Winter nights can be cold, but days are generally warm and pleasant. The bottom line: Namibia is a year-round destination. Just pack accordingly.
• We provide you with a comprehensive planner on arrival in Namibia. The planner includes maps, directions, general information as well as a selection of discount vouchers
• We offer a 24/7 meet and greet service, which ensures your peace of mind from arrival to departure
• We offer a 24/7 emergency duty phone, which means that your immediate travel needs are taken care of quickly and efficiently

What to Bring;

• Valid passports with no less than six months validity and two blank pages
• Visas are not required for holders of UK passports. If travelling from anywhere other than the UK, please drop us an email
• If continuing your travel or starting your holiday in South Africa; Families travelling with children under the age of 18 or not with both parents are required to produce documentation on arrival. Please discuss with us.
• Electricity: 220 volts AC, 50hz. Outlets are of the round three-pin type. Adaptors for your electrical devises i.e. mobiles and cameras are necessary
• Valid drivers licence together with a valid DVLA Code (replaced the pink paper segment of UK licences)
• Sun hat, sun screen and good sun glasses
• A light fleece will suffice for most seasons. Avoid bulky coats
• Good trainers for walking and visit to game reserves will suffice
• Bring sufficient prescription medication as this may not be available in South Africa

• Don’t be fooled by headline prices, always compare like for like.
• Badly structured holidays will only lead to disappointment. The best structured holidays require intimate knowledge of each region
• South Africa is a vast country and must be enjoyed like a fine wine. Savouring each region demands time, so don’t rush and I guarantee that once bitten you will be back for more!
• Selection of accommodation, in terms of location, is just as important as the overall structure of your holiday. Bad (or lack of expertise) advice will lead to disappointment and add to stress levels. Not why you are on holiday. Local expertise is required, and we have this covered!
• The cheapest airline fare is not the sole answer. Taking 24 hours to get to your destination only adds to stress and is often the straw that breaks the camel’s back.
• Having been around since 1995, Cape Tours has a comprehensive database of exceptionally favourable rates for both airfares and accommodation and as such we are more than confident that we will not be bettered on like for like quotes.
• Cape Tours has developed over the years through our returning clients and their recommendations. We are happy to put you in touch.

Meet our experts

Born and raised in Cape Town, Mike has been tailoring luxury holidays to Southern Africa for more than 25 years so there’s not much about South Africa he doesn’t know and love.
Mike TompkinsOwner
Born in Cape Town Brian can not only give you a local’s point of view, but with his wealth of experience in the travel industry, he can show you more than just the touristy side to Southern Africa.
Brian TompkinsSales Director
Now in my fifteenth year of guiding private tours around Cape Town, I specialise in private, tailor-made tours of Cape Town, with special emphasis on the history of South Africa and the wine region.
Lesley CoxWestern Cape Tour Guide
In the tourism industry since 2001, her passion is South African history and culture. She spends most of her free time exploring new and unusual wine farms, thus allowing her to accommodate guests on various levels of interest.
Janice DavidsWestern Cape Tour Guide
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Ben Warren
Ben Warren
21:42 08 Nov 18
Cape Tours arranged our honeymoon to South Africa and Mauritius. Right from the start they came up with a great itinerary with flexibility on timings and put together a great package for us. The accommodation was all excellent and we had a fantastic time every day for the two weeks we were away. Would highly recommend and we will be coming back for future holidays to Africa!read more
Jeff Morgans
Jeff Morgans
17:28 14 Oct 18
I cannot recommend Cape Tours highly enough. We have now had two holidays in South Africa and Mike has made all the arrangements for us. Both times he has given us advice to iterate to an itinerary which suits us and then he has made all of the arrangements. All of the hotels have been fantastic - and somehow Mike has managed to get us some of the best rooms within the hotels. I also appreciate the advice we get on what to do and where to visit during our holidays. And all at a very competitive price.This year we started with a safari in Kichaka Game Reserve before travelling across Route 62 to Paternoster on the West Coast. The spring flowers around the West Cost National Park were something really special! We then travelled on to Franschhoek (just the most fabulous village in the Winelands) before finishing off in Hermanus. We will return - no doubt will the help and advice of Cape Tours...read more
Kate Bancroft
Kate Bancroft
16:57 28 Sep 18
Thank you Cape Tours ?Our 4th trip with you guys and you never fail to deliver. Namibia was fantastic, it exceeded all our expectations. The accommodation you picked for us was great (Little Ongava.... my goodness, what a treat), the scenery spectacular, and the locals incredibly friendly. It’s the best wildlife viewing I’ve ever had and the guides were all brilliant and we will never forget the Dunes, magical and so very different to anywhere we’ve travelled before. We will definitely go back, loved every minute.Thank you and let’s get booking for 2019/20 ?Kate and Paulread more
David Mitchell
David Mitchell
11:03 29 Jul 18
I started travelling with Mike and Cape Tours to Africa in 2015 and since then my family and I have visited on four occasions and I am just planning a fifth for 2018. On reflection and in hindsight, we left visiting Africa 15 years too late! I originally spoke to Mike by chance making an inquiry to visit South Africa because I couldn't make the logistics work for a return trip to Canada that I was already in the process of planning. My family and I were always historically nervous about visiting Africa due to a perception that personal safety was still an issue; we couldn't have been any further from the truth! Our first trip included a safari at Shamwari Game Reserve followed by a tour of the Garden Route down to Cape Town stopping off at Plettenberg Bay, Wilderness, Oudtshoorn and Hermanus. This is a truly beautiful area of South Africa delivering a memorable experience with some fantastic boutique hotels such as Tsala Treetop Lodge. In fact, we found our #1 boutique hotel in Hermanus, Birkenhead House, which is the only hotel we've travelled several hundred miles out of our way to re-visit on our return to Africa when we visited a second time to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, Mpumalanga (Hazeyview), Kruger National Park (Lion Plains at Sabi Sands and Motswari at Timbavati Game Reserve) ending back in Hermanus. We should have flow straight from Johannesburg to London but instead went down to Cape Town for three nights because this hotel simply is the best! Our last safari with Cape Tours was a six-night visit to Moremi Games Reserve and Savute Game Reserve (shown on the Nat Geo documentary "Savage Kingdom") in Botswania. Mike gave us the courage and confidence to travel Africa and we've never looked back. We have also been to Rwanda to see the Gorillas and Tanzania and Zanzibar but with another operator; the only reason being that I had a credit balance with them that I needed to use from a previously cancelled holiday. But again, it was Mike's motivation that made this happen - each time we travel to Africa we are getting bolder. Mike is currently working on a nine-day safari to Tanzania where we are considering a re-visit to Tarangire Game Reserve plus Namiri Plains and Selous. From the outset, Mike and Cape Tours have worked closely with me to match budget against requirements. I can be a right pain in getting Mike to consider lots of tailor-made options to amend base itineraries Cape Tours plans and Mike is always helpful, informative and flexible. I have found Cape Tours to be extremely competitive against the larger tour operators and in so far as they can continue to achieve price-competitiveness Cape Tours will always be my first port of call. Their level of service is second to none and, more importantly, the intimacy delivered through a smaller more personable operator builds confidence, trust and loyalty. The quality of all trips we have travelled is second to none, as can be evidenced through the photos attached to this review. In the short term, I have no inclination or motivation to stop visiting Africa and will continue to use Mike and Cape Tours as my preferred tour partner. I am so confident in their ability that at every opportunity I reference Cape Tours, and Mike specifically, as the `go-to' operator for both newbies and experienced travellers of Africa. Accommodation, arrangements, reserves and all associated arrangements are always clearly thought through and planned with excellent literature and guides to ensure you always stay on the right track. This level of hand-holding is well received when you first start to travel a continent that can be otherwise daunting to navigate. We look forward to my next trip with Cape Tours in summer 2018 if not before.read more
Kevin Robson
Kevin Robson
07:39 08 Jun 18
Once again, Mike and his team at Cape Tours came through with seamless arrangements and bookings relating to our recent three centre holiday in South Africa. I needed to undertake business in Jo'burg initially and follow this up with a holiday to celebrate our silver wedding anniversary. We flew from Newcastle to Amsterdam to Jo'burg and were transferred to the Michelangelo Hotel in Sandton. A car was delivered to the hotel a few days later as arranged and we drove to Nelspruit to stay at the Loerie's Call Guest house. This is an excellent five star boutique hotel with fantastic service, superb rooms and a great restaurant (Try the Warthog - it is nothing like pork and you will never want to eat steak again after trying it). From there we drove through the Kruger Park and stayed at our selected camp for eight nights prior to returning to Sandton (same hotel) for two nights before our transfers picked us up to take us back to the airport for the return flights. Everything was fantastic throughout. This was about the fourth time we have used Cape Tours to visit South Africa and I can wholeheartedly recommend them either for a package that they have prepared or a bespoke holiday where the Client specifies the requirements. Great service, excellent arrangements, full support if required, quality accommodation, good prices and friendly advice when required. Use them. I won't go anywhere else when booking to go to Southern Africa.read more
Gary Rogerson
Gary Rogerson
16:43 11 Apr 18
This was our 10th visit to South Africa organised by Mike and his team and each time we have had the most amazing holiday with faultless organisation and planning of our trip.Thanks again to Mike,we will be booking again very soonGary and Sharon Rogerson
Nikki Mott
Nikki Mott
16:50 02 Nov 17
Booked with Cape Tours for a trip to South Africa and Mauritius. They couldn't have been more helpful. They were helpful in recommending suitable hotels for our needs and budget and we had a great experience, both on Safari at Kruger National Park and in Cape Town, which I absolutely loved. All the transfers and hotel bookings were managed very smoothly and I would definitely use them again if we're lucky enough to travel back to South Africa.read more
Dianne Baxendine
Dianne Baxendine
17:54 30 Oct 17
I have previously been on South African trips organised by Cape Tours and wanted to go again with my two 17 year old nieces. As always Mike and the team tailored the trip perfectly to our needs. Our 4 day stay at Cape Town was at the Waterfront apartments which was perfect for all we wanted to do and felt very safe for the girls to have a bit of independence too. We stayed for 3 days at Ashbourne Country Escape near the Kruger Park. Mike had advised we could book a game drive while there and indeed we could with a great guide and a very acceptable price - arranged by the staff at Ashbourne. We loved the individual cottages and suites and the girls said it was the nicest place they had ever stayed! The car hire was very smooth and we got great advice on the best flights for us and it all fitted extremely well with our budget.I would not hesitate to recommend Cape Tours for anyone planning a South African holiday -whatever your desired itinerary they will advise you really well to the last detail Thank you so much all at Cape Toursread more
sara yearley
sara yearley
18:19 16 Oct 17
First time in South Africa and loved it! Cape Tours planned everything perfectly. If I could change one thing we would have liked one more night at the safari lodge and one less in The Protea, Knysna.
vanessa watts
vanessa watts
20:22 23 Jul 17
July 2017.We have just returned from our first trip to South Africa and it was fabulous. We don't usually book our holidays through a tour operator but since this was our first trip to South Africa we decided we needed some 'professional' advice. After many hours trawling through various travel websites we chose Cape tours as they seemed experienced and offered a very 'bespoke' service. We were not disappointed. Mike and Brian were very knowledgeable and it was all about what we wanted to experience at our budget. We are a family of 6 so our budget was quite tight but they were very patient and flexible with our needs and were happy to offer more choices when we couldn't make up our minds. There was none of that 'pushy' selling at all and it was all about the best they could achieve for us within our budget without compromising too much on the quality. We finally settled on Cape town and the garden route with a 2 night safari. What a trip!We have stayed in the best accommodation we have ever had at truly remarkable prices. The only regret is we couldn't stay longer.The Gondwana safari was absolutely perfect -stay near the main lodge/restaurant if your budget allows as this saves a lot of time for meals when you get there as some of the lodges are a 20 minute drive away. And if you want to have a spa treatment , book before you go. The Views hotel in Wilderness is the best boutique hotel I have ever stayed in and a real treat . The views of the sea, sunrise and sunset from the sea-facing room were definitely worth the extra cost.There is such a lot to do there, we barely had time to relax but have come home enriched with memories and planning to go back again in the future. Thank you Cape tours!read more
John Teasdale
John Teasdale
19:33 19 Jul 17
Our first trip to South Africa was really a compromise because we were "iffy" about a trip to New Zealand in 2011! Four trips later, all to different regions, and one further one, just finalised, to Namibia next year (2018), all with Cape Tours and we have absolutely no regrets. Our last trip in Autumn 2015 included the wonderful West Coast, the dramatic Cederberg and the unforgettable Gansbaai. In fact we are totally sold on Southern Africa and the variety of experiences and landscape it has to offer. In no small part we are certain this is due to the wonderful planning and sensitive support we have received from Mike and his team at Cape Tours. Each trip has created a wonderful memory, largely because Mike has teased out exactly what we were looking for from each holiday. He has then trawled his vast pool of knowledge both in terms of activities and accommodation in order to create something very special at a keenly competitive price for the budget and quality agreed. At all times we have really felt the team has had our best interests at heart. We can't speak too highly of them.Sue & John T.read more
Catherine Lister
Catherine Lister
09:28 11 Jul 17
We have enjoyed 5 tremendously exciting and enjoyable holidays to South Africa and look forward eagerly to our next visit in the near future. The astonishing variety of experiences on offer in such a diverse and vibrant country is an obvious draw but why go for a sixth visit? Quite simply it is the exceptional service we have received from Mike and his team at Cape Tours. We deliberately chose a smaller company with an intimate knowledge of South Africa and were immediately delighted by the professional, courteous and reliable responses we have received in all our communications. We will probably be perceived as ‘demanding clients’ in that we have consistently subjected Mike to a barrage of questions and requests for advice, all of which have been handled calmly, sensitively and successfully. The result has been a range of astonishingly stimulating experiences, absolutely first class accommodation options, stays in less familiar but utterly fascinating locations and an astute balance between rest and activity. Mike’s personal knowledge and recommendations have extended to restaurant recommendations, lists of ‘must do’s’, detailed and meticulous knowledge of the various accommodation options in specific areas and even overcoming our perennial holiday headache of reliable car hire. All this at remarkably competitive prices for such a high quality overall product. We would not hesitate to recommend Mike and Cape Tours to prospective visitors to South Africa and quite honestly to provide some highlights would simply undermine the totality of our experience. We have enjoyed everywhere, everything and to a remarkable extent, everybody we have met. Many thanks to Mike and the team.Malcolm and Cath Listerread more
Kelly Crawford
Kelly Crawford
13:25 05 Jul 17
I cannot recommend Cape Tours enough. Brian and Mike have been so helpful in planning our honeymoon in South Africa. We did several tweaks to tailor it to our budget and time constraints and the end result could not have been more perfect. We had multi cities including a car rental and internal flights. The logistics were thoughtful and considered so that we never felt stressed. The chosen accommodation was gorgeous in every location. They even provided us with directions, tips and recommendations. Every detail was thought out and as we were so busy planning a wedding, this was hugely helpful. This is the first time I've used a tour operator and I'm so happy we did!! Thank you!!read more
Keith Green
Keith Green
18:05 28 Jun 17
As I frequent traveller to Southern Africa I would not take a trip without the backing of Cape Tours. This is a completely reliable and trustworthy travel company who have never let me down. They only book quality accommodation, reliable hire cars and reputable airlines. They are completely flexible, allowing you to arrange a trip to your exact requirements. Then, whilst on holiday, local help is only a phone call away. I cannot recommend Cape Tours highly enough.read more
Alastair Wainwright
Alastair Wainwright
16:12 23 Jul 15
Cape Tours organised our honeymoon which included a week in Cape Town, a week on safari at a private game reserve near the Kruger and a week in Mauritius.Mike and Brian completely understood what we were looking for in our trip and delivered perfectly! The choice of hotels was excellent as was their advice and tips.Most importantly, we put the same itinerary to several travel agents and Cape Tours were the cheapest by around £1500!read more
Lesley Breckenridge
Lesley Breckenridge
09:02 03 May 15
I wanted to thank you for all your help with arranging our holiday. It turned out to be perfect. We had a brilliant time, but unfortunately the big fish eluded us 🙁 Everything went to plan & all the drivers were brilliant, the hotels were superb and we can highly recommend them if you were thinking of sending anyone there. We were so thrilled with all of the holiday and would most definitely recommend your services to anyone who was thinking of going on a holiday like ours. Thank you for a brilliant time 🙂read more
Debbie Green
Debbie Green
19:55 28 Apr 15
This is the tenth year we have booked trips to Southern Africa with Cape Tours. They offer a comprehensive service allowing their clients to select flights, arrange car hire (with prepared routes if wanted) and arrange accommodation to suit your individual tastes. Their website is clear and informative, but if you have specific requests, Mike and his team will endeavour to fulfil these for you in a friendly and timely manner. On the one occasion we had a minor difficulty with our hire car, their SA office was only a phone call away and everything was sorted quickly and efficiently.read more
Sheelagh Walker
Sheelagh Walker
15:25 28 Apr 15
We booked a tour in November 2010 and Cape Tours set us up with a wonderful two weeks in South Africa. We loved Kruger and all the other stops we requested, and finally ending at the Waterfront in Capetown where we had an absolute ball! Cape Tours listened to our brief and delivered the holiday of a lifetime. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend them.Thanks Mike!read more
Angela Jarvis
Angela Jarvis
11:29 28 Apr 15
We used Cape Tours for our Honeymoon in 2012. The whole experience was fantastic, the hotels and Safari accommodation were amazing and made our Honeymoon the memorable experience we wanted it to be. The bespoke package was completely tailored to us and I love the fact that they let us pick the airline for the long haul so we could qualify for air miles!I would definitely recommend them as they took all of the stress out of organising the trip and it was excellent value for money. One of our internal flights got pulled late on but they quickly arranged an alternative and sent a credit for the added cost to our Hotel in Cape Town.South Africa is a wonderful country, one I look forward to visiting again and I wouldn't even consider using any other firm to book my trip. So what are waiting for, go ahead and book it!Thanks read more
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Preferred Namibia Accommodation

Vingerklip Lodge

LOCATION: between Outjo and Khorigas . Nestling in a timeless valley is Vingerklip Lodge, both stylish and friendly, offering warm

Twyfelfontein Country Lodge

LOCATION: Huab Valley. Nestled along the mountainside, the lodge beautifully blends in with its surrounding environment

The Zebra Kalahari Lodge

LOCATION: Kalahari. The Zebra Kalahari Lodge is one of Namibia’s best kept secrets

The Mushara Outpost

LOCATION: East Etosha. Accommodation is nestled amongst the trees of a dry river bed, also known as an omuramba

Onguma Game Reserve

LOCATION: East Etosha. Onguma Game Reserve consists of 34 000 hectares on the Eastern Border of the Etosha National Park

Ongava Game Reserve

LOCATION: South East Etohsa. Ongava Game Reserve provides visitors with the ultimate in luxury and comfortable accommodation

Mowani Mountain Camp

LOCATION: Southern Damaraland. Mowani Mountain Camp is camouflaged among large, ochre boulders with its high elevation commanding distant views over

Kalahari Red Dunes Lodge

LOCATION: Kalahari. The nature reserve and lodge is unique in that it consists of 2 very different types of deserts

Fish River Lodge

LOCATION: Fish River Canyon. Fish River Lodge is the only lodge perched directly on the rim of the Canyon

Etosha Village

LOCATION: Okaukuejo. Village is in the perfect place for small groups and young families who are looking to self-drive into

Doro Nawas Camp

LOCATION: Twyfelfontein. Doro Nawas Camp offers unspoilt panoramic views south towards the red cliffs of Twyfelfontein, west across the grass

Damaraland Camp

LOCATION: Huab River Valley. Boasting panoramic vistas of stark plains, ancient valleys and the soaring inselberg of the Brandberg Mountains

Canyon Lodge

LOCATION: Fish River Canyon. Canyon Lodge is an ideal place from which to explore the Canyon and an hour’s drive

Camp Kipwe

LOCATION: Twyfelfontein Conservancy. The setting is one of intimacy and space