Whether you are doing your first African safari or you are looking to add a few rare and elusive mammals to your mammal list Nature Travel Namibia’s bespoke 14 Day Namibia Mammal Safari offers some of the best general wildlife viewing in all of Africa. Our tours include spectacular parks and reserves, great accommodation, some top attractions, and fantastic chances of seeing the Big Five and other rare and special mammals.
Namibia is one of the most diverse countries in Africa so expect to be amazed at the incredible habitat diversity during our tours, from lush riparian forest in the Caprivi to arid desert and sand dune landscapes in central Namibia, not forgetting the spectacular lagoon at Walvis Bay on the Atlantic coast, and much more!
This safari is about so much more than just spotting Africa’s Big Five Mammals. Our Namibia tour offers the freedom of doing night drives in certain areas and exploring some of the habitats on foot. Where bigger mammals can easily be seen from a vehicle, it is seeking smaller elusive mammal species on foot that becomes part of the privilege of being on safari in Namibia. Exploring the bush on foot also gives one the opportunity to go where vehicles normally cannot. Night drives and walks are an excellent opportunity to spot nocturnal animals in their natural habitat.
Namibia’s diversity brings with it some fantastic mammal watching and you can count on seeing quite a big number of mammals, other fauna and flora and some superb classic African safari landscapes. Join us on this amazing adventure!
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Safari starts and ends at Hosea Kutako International Airport (Windhoek, Namibia)
Duration: 14 days/ 13 nights
Accommodation: Comfortable / Mid-range
This Expert Guided Safari can be booked as a Private Safari for any date as per your planned travel dates.
If you prefer to join a Group Safari with set departure date, the next group safari departs on 5 July 2021.
• Etosha National Park-
One of the planet’s top wildlife reserves
Dramatic landscapes and home to desert adapted wildlife
• Swakopmund and Walvis Bay-
Tourist towns nestled between dunes and sea, with much to do and see
• Night Drive at Okonjima Game Reserve
• Boat Cruise from Walvis Bay
Top Large Mammals:
White & Black Rhinoceros
African Wild Dog
Sable and Roan Antelope
Top Small Mammals:
African Clawless Otter
Black Mongoose (Endemic)
Namib Round-eared Sengi
Southern Pygmy Gerbil (Near Endemic)
Jameson’s Red Rock Hare
Natal Mastomys (Multimammate Mouse)
Namaqua Rock Rat
Night Drive in Etosha National Park
|Day 1||Arrival and Okonjima Nature Reserve|
|Day 2||Okonjima Nature Reserve|
|Day 3||Roy’s Camp|
|Day 4-5||Mahangu National Park|
|Day 6-7||Etosha National Park East|
|Day 8||Etosha National Park South|
|Day 9||Etosha National Park South|
|Day 10||Brandberg Region|
|Day 11||Erongo Mountains|
|Day 13||Walvis Bay to Windhoek|
Keep in mind that all our tours can be customised according to your specific requirements.
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