Conservation Safari

Safari Overview
Namibia has become a world leader in conservation, and was the first African country to incorporate protection of the environment into its constitution. Namibia’s conservancy movement and other conservation efforts such as eco-tourism, have restored populations of Lions, Cheetahs, Black rhinos, zebras and other native wildlife of one of the world’s most arid countries.Wildlife conservation is one of the country’s most important priorities, and if you go anywhere in Namibia, you’re likely to find that some part of the experience involves wildlife conservation in one way shape or form; an incredible 42% of the land is dedicated to wildlife conservation initiatives under private or public ownership.

You can be part of this conservation experience when you join us on this 15 day, expert guided trip-of-a-lifetime, that gives you the chance to spot some of Namibia’s most characteristic wildlife and witness the country’s innovative conservation measures first hand. Apart from stunning scenery and fantastic wildlife, you will visit some of the country’s leading conservation and eco-tourism organisations and reserves. Go to full itinerary

Tour info:
Duration – 15 Days/14 Nights
Safari starts at and ends in Windhoek
Type of accommodation – Comfortable – Mid Range Lodging
Next departure dates – 10 August 2021
Spaces available – Yes


MAIN ATTRACTIONS:
N/a’an ku sê-
World-famous wildlife sanctuary conserving the land, culture and wildlife of Namibia through community participation, education and scientific research
Namib Naukluft National Park-
(including iconic Sossusvlei)
Etosha National Park-
One of the greatest wildlife reserves on the planet
Palmwag-
Hosts of our famous, annual Save the Rhino walking safari
REST (Rare & Endangered Species Trust)-
Another organisation doing incredible conservation work on many animals and birds, including pangolins
Two UNESCO World Heritage Sites (Namib Sand Sea & Twyfelfontein)-
Making a real contribution towards ensuring the survival of Namibia’s rare and unique fauna and flora


Top Mammals:
Black & White Rhinoceros
African Elephant
Lion
Leopard
Cheetah
Gemsbok


Top Birds:
Kori Bustard
Ruppel’s Korhaan
Secretarybird
Damara Red-billed and Monteiro’s Hornbill
Common Ostrich
Burchell’s and Double-banded Courser


Optional Activities:
Extra activities at Na’an ku sê (if time allows)
Scenic flight from Sossusvlei to Swakopmund
Adventure activities in Swakopmund
Various wildlife activities at Okonjima Nature Reserve
Extensions to the Caprivi Strip, Botswana, Victoria Falls and South Africa


ITINERARY OVERVIEW
Day 1 Welcome to Windhoek, transfer to N/a’an ku sê
Day 2 N/a’an ku sê
Day 3 N/a’an ku sê to Sossusvlei
Day 4 Sossusvlei
Day 5 Sossusvlei to Swakopmund
Day 6 Swakopmund (incl Living Desert Experience)
Day 7 Swakopmund to Twyfelfontein (incl Cape Cross Seal Reserve)
Day 8 Twyfelfontein to Palmwag (incl Desert Adapted Elephants)
Day 9 Palmwag (Rhino Tracking Experience)
Day 10 Palmwag to Outjo (incl REST)
Day 11 Outjo to Etosha National Park
Day 12 & 13 Etosha National Park
Day 14 Etosha to Okonjima Nature Reserve (incl AfriCat)
Day 15 Okonjima to Windhoek and Departure

Keep in mind that all our tours can be customised according to your specific requirements.

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