No experience needed & suitable for families with older children.
Only 12 Places.
Travel from the stunning scenery of Sossusvlei up the Skeleton Coast, stopping at wildlife filled camping grounds along the way to the incredible Himba tribe.
We will spend time with these beautiful and remarkable people, learning about their culture in a way that few others have the privilege to do.
Then continue East to the spectacular Etosha National Park, our favorite wildlife sanctuary in Southern Africa. The wildlife viewing here is second to none and photographers are guaranteed those close up shots that we all dream about.
Finally our expedtion brings you to the Nyae Nyae Conservancy to stay with our San Bushman friends. You will experience all of their traditional skills, immerse yourself in their wonderful culture and have the opportunity to accompany them on a bush walk into the heart of the Kalahari Desert where we will camp under the shelter of some of the largest Baobab trees in Namibia.
- Join us on an inspirational journey from the magnificent Namibian Coast to the rich and varied interior and on to the heart of the Kalahari Desert to meet the people and wildlife that are the very essence of Africa.
Explore the beautiful scenery and fascinating culture of Namibia with our Himba, Herero and San bushman guides, learn to survive in the wilderness with the traditional skills that our ancestors used and enjoy the opportunity to view some of the most amazing wildlife in the world.
This expedition is open to everyone and will particularly appeal to people who wish to connect with nature, learn indigenous skills and explore a more traditional way of life.
Photographers will have plenty of opportunities to shoot wildlife, spectacular landscapes and portraits of the Himba and San Bushmen.
‘Day 0’: Arrive in Windhoek. Settle into your Hotel Accommodation and then attend our expedition briefing in evening at the amazing Joe’s Beer House, with your amazing trip leaders.
Day 1: We are up early this morning, and after breakfast at the Hotel we are on the road and Traveling from Windhoek to Sossusvlei. Stay overnight.
Day 2: Explore Sossusvlei and Sesriem Canyon, drive to Solitaire. Stay overnight.
Day 3: Drive to Kuseb Canyon and on to Swakopmund. Stay overnight.
Day 4: Drive Skeleton Coast
Day 5: Drive Skeleton Coast
Day 6: Palmwag Elephant Reserve. Stay 2 nights
Day 7: Palmwag Elephant Reserve
Day 8: Drive to Purros and the Himba people.
Day 9: Purros with the Himba. Bush/game drive with Robbin our guide. Visit to Herero community.
Day 10: Drive to Etosha National Park
Day 11: Etosha
Day 12: Drive to Grashoek. Meet the San people.
Day 13: Grashoek Living History Village with the San Bushmen
Day 14: Nyae Nyae Conservancy. Bushwalk and camp under Baobab trees
Day 15: Drive back to Grashoek. Camp overnight again with our San friends.
Day 16: Drive back to Windhoek. Dinner at Joe’s Beerhouse!
For more information on this adventure please email email@example.com and we will send you a detailed itinerary and booking instructions.
Please note that itinerary is subject to change due to driving conditions in the more remote areas.
- GRASHOEK VILLAGE (BUSHMANLAND)
The Ju/’hoansi Bushmen community at Grashoek operate their own living history village in Namibia. Here on the Western edge of the Kalahari desert the people simulate the life and old ways of their ancestors and educate people who visit them in their traditional skills. We will be staying with the Ju/’hoansi San for several days both in the village itself and out in the bush land surrounding Grashoek.
The Nyae Nyae Pan is located a short drive from the village and will be the location for our bushwalk section of the expedition. The area is home to some of the largest baobab trees in Namibia and also to a huge salt pan. We are extremely fortunate to have permission to camp in this area of true bush amongst the many species of wildlife (including elephant and lions!) that it is home to.
ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK
The Etosha National Park is one of Southern Africa’s best-loved wildlife sanctuaries. It is a photographer’s paradise and offers amazing game viewing, especially during the dry season. We will be camping near to some of the many waterholes where you will have the opportunity to see up to 150 species of mammal including the ‘Big 5’. Etosha is also renowned for the huge variety of birdlife, which are attracted to the watering holes, salt pan and surrounding savannah grassland.
You will need to fly into Hosea Kutako International Airport in Windhoek and arrive the day before the trip commencement date.
From the airport we can help to arrange for your transfer to the hotel, or you will easily find airport transfer buses and taxies from the terminal to the hotels and guesthouses in the area.
We limit group sizes on all of our adventures, Group sizes limited to 12 on this adventure. Pay your initial deposit below Via PayPal to reserve your spot or contact us and make a deposit in our Barclay’s Bank Account by clicking here. We will then send you a detailed itinerary and booking forms.
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