Namibia is a rugged and vast country, often described as the land of contrasts. In one week, you can see a wide array of sites from watching the sunrise on the red dunes of the Namib Desert, to exploring the game rich Etosha National Park. We have had clients mesmerized by the baby elephants playing in the many mud springs, exclaiming, 'this is what I came to Africa for!' Etosha can also have excellent black rhino sightings.

Namibia has the largest concentration of wild cheetahs in the world. You can visit the Cheetah Conservation fund to learn about the programs developed to protect these regal cats.

There are isolated beach towns along the skeleton coast. The icy cold waters of the Atlantic make the grilled fresh calamari and sole the best we have tasted! Visitors have the option to take a boat cruise into the Atlantic and see the multiple species of dolphins, seals and seabirds. Namibia can be explored by road or by air, staying at well-run National Park campgrounds or unique and fabulous lodges. The road systems are simple and the countryside safe, making Namibia a fun and adventurous self-drive.

Namibia has the largest concentration of wild cheetahs in the world. You can visit the Cheetah Conservation fund to learn about the programs developed to protect these regal cats.

There are isolated beach towns along the skeleton coast. The icy cold waters of the Atlantic make the grilled fresh calamari and sole the best we have tasted! Visitors have the option to take a boat cruise into the Atlantic and see the multiple species of dolphins, seals and seabirds. Namibia can be explored by road or by air, staying at well-run National Park campgrounds or unique and fabulous lodges. The road systems are simple and the countryside safe, making Namibia a fun and adventurous self-drive.