We afford you an opportunity to create your own itinerary. You choose the travelling date, the areas of interest, duration and accommodation types based on your liking and budget. Our knowledgeable team will assist in planning an itinerary to your satisfaction.  

Diverse Destinations to choose from

Southern part Tours

Namib Desert:
The famous red Namib Desert is the world’s oldest desert stretching along the longest west coastal line about 1500km.

The planet’s highest sand dunes and Namibia’s most spectacular landmarks, with its white salt and clay pan

Quiver Tree Forest or ‘Giant’s Playground’
The quiver tree or’ Kokerboom’ is indigenous to the hot and dry condition of the southern part of Namibia

 Kalahari Desert
It runs along its south eastern border with Botswana, with its reddish/apricot colour.

Fish river canyon
Is the second largest canyon in the world, it’s about 100 miles (160km) long, up to 27km wide and 550 meters deep. It is believed to be 500 million years old.

This is Namibia s famous ghost town situated in Namib Desert and was founded in the early 1900’s after the diamond was discovered in the sand and was once home to hundreds of German miners and local contract workers. It’s now reclaimed by the desert sand.


Coastal area Tours

Swakopmund is Namibia’s premier holiday resort with its good beaches and hotels along the Atlantic Ocean. It offers many options, both for adventure and for relaxation.

Namibia’s major harbour town, with its’ Ramsar site’ and birder Paradise the WalvisBay Lagoon, its regarded as the most important wetland for coastal birds in Southern Africa. Activities in Walvisbay ranging from Kayaking, angling from the boat, 4x4 trips in the dunes, Ocean board cruises or a day visit to sandwich harbour.

Cape Cross
Cape cross is the seal reserve situated north of swakopmund. It has the biggest population of cape fur seals that breed along the coast of Namibia.


North – central Tours

Etosha National park
Etosha (NP) is an internationally known game reserve and Namibia’s flagship national park, very famous for its wildlife varieties. The park is home to four of Africa’s big five, namely Lions, Leopard, Elephants and Rhinos and many other wild animals.  

Hosts Twyfelfontein, Namibia’s first world Heritage site
Housing Namibia’s highest mountain ‘Brandberg Mountain
Rock paintings and mineral deposits abound in the area
Spitzkoppe is a group of rounded granite mountains favourite with climbers.
Finger Rock is a towering finger of limestone that rise about 35 metres high, formed by erosion 15 million years ago.

Palmwag Concession
The concession supports the largest free roaming population of black rhinos and desert adapted Elephats. The predator population is the largest outside of the Etosha National park with over 100 Lions,Leopards,Cheetahs, brown and spotted hyena.

Waterberg Plateau
Waterberg is a national park rising as an island of colour some 200 meters above the surrounding savannah.  Waterberg Plateau has over 200 different species with some rare species of small antelope. Geologically, the oldest rock stratum is over 850 million years old and Dinosaurs tracks were left there some 200 million years ago.

Hoba Meteorite
The world’s largest meteorite found on earth lies in Namibia at Hoba farm, about 20 km west of Grootfontein.  The 50 tonnes mass of nickel and iron is about 300 million years old. It crashed to earth some 30 000 to 80 000 years ago.

Tsumkwe/Bushman land Tour
The earliest known inhabitants of Namibia are the san (Bushmen). This tour is an opportunity to the visitors, to meet this people and learn about their culture through demonstrations of what it takes to survive in the wild armed only with a bow and arrow, a digging stick and an intimate knowledge of the environment passed down for generations.


Kaokoland Tours

Himba people
The Himba are a tribe of nomadic people and inhabitant of Kaokoland North West of Namibia. You will have an opportunity to visit and mingle with Himba people at their villages and also learn about their culture.

Epupa Falls
Epupa falls are created by a series of cascades that drop a total of 60m over a distance of about 1.5km, from the Kunene River on the border of Angola and Namibia, in the Kaokoland area.


Owamboland Tours

 Olufuko cultural festival
Olufuko is Aawambo tradition where girls as young as 12 year old are prepared for womanhood, including marriage and caring for families.This tour will let you witness the biggest cultural festival of all the Owambo tribes held in August of each year at olufuko, Outapi in omusati region. Here you will visit and mingle with the owambo people at their traditional house, learn things about their culture and tradition.

Caprivi Strip/Zambezi Region
It a region of several game parks, with a great number of wildlife and provide spectacular scenery.

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