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Our tours can be custom designed in order to meet your needs. This can be done depending on availability of guides. Please inquire for more.

Some common destinations to consider


The capital city of Namibia with an estimated population of 460 000 inhabitants, and the city lies in the country’s central high lands. This is the city where you find colonial influences of buildings like Lutheran Christus-Kritche church, the Alte Feste and the national museum. Windhoek’s altitude lies round about 1650m above sea level.

Okavango Delta

The Okavango delta floods water arrives from the Angolan high lands into the delta which is in Botswana. The Delta grows to nearly 3 times when the flood water arrives. There is over 150 000 Islands in the delta which is known for its sprawling grassy plains which floods seasonally becoming an animal habit, and the delta is the world’s heritage site.

Etosha National Park

Etosha means “the great white area” and referred to a huge salt pan. This is an impressive site because it’s the biggest salt pan in Africa. When it rains, it attracts hundreds of thousands of flamingos. Etosha National Park was first discovered by the European explorers, Charles Anderson and Francois Galton in 1851, when they came to do trading with the Ovambo people who lived north of the park. The Park is home to 114 different types of animal species, among them all are the best African species which includes, lions, leopard, cheetahs, elephants and both black and white rhinos.

Epupa Falls

This is a series of large water falls formed by Kunene River on the border of Angola and Namibia in the Koakoland area in the north west side of Namibia. The Kunene River plumets are down a 40m deep gorge at the Epupa Falls close to a nearby village. That is where you find a large population of the Himb