We offer an adventure of a lifetime as close to nature as you can get in the relaxing solitude of the African Landscape and to enjoy the simplicity of camping. Our tours are participation safari tours (own vehicle) where your tour leaders might ask travelers to help set up camp. Evening meals are provided around the fire where lasting friendships are born.
Some days may require longer travel distances which means an early morning start. We try to reach our destinations by early afternoon in order to ensure a relaxed camping experience and to enjoy dinner and companionship around the campfire. Throughout the trip we endeavour to allow each individual to feel, smell, hear and taste nature in its true sense.
We can customise any of our trips for group bookings (8 persons or more) to suit your requirements.
We can also help you in hiring a suitable vehicle if you do not have your own 4×4 vehicle.
We meet in Ghanzi, Botswana. Over the next 2 weeks we visit the Drotsky Caves, a little-known outback destination with incredible stalagmite and stalactite formations, the Tsodilo Hills with its traditional Koi settlement and ancient art, a makoro trip into the Okavango delta and a bird-watching sundowner trip on the Kavango River before crossing into Namibia. After a visit to the Mahango National Park we embark on the challenging sand track to the Kaudum National Park then back into the Caprivi Strip including stops along the Kwando River before reaching the mighty Zambezi River. After crossing into Zambia we spend time at the renowned Victoria falls including a sundowner cruise just above the Falls. We re-enter Botswana then travel all along the Chobe River which must rate one of the most spectacular game drives anywhere! Southwards through the Chobe National Park we sadly end our sojourn in Maun, Botswana.
An unforgettable self-drive 4×4 wilderness camping safari in arguably the very best wildlife area in Africa. We are referring to Botswana’s northern and north-eastern regions which includes the Okavango Delta and the famous Chobe National Park. The tour focusses on game and bird viewing in this unique habitat where large herds of elephant, buffalo, wildebeest, giraffe and numerous antelope species are the order of the day. A visit to the Victoria Falls across the border and a sundowner boat trip on the Chobe River are included in this bucket-list tour.
Ever heard of or been to the Richtersveld? Join our exhilarating guided tour of this fascinating area and some unforgettable highlights of Southern Namibia. This is a self-drive camping safari that includes the awesome Fish River Canyon with the hot springs at Ais-Ais, the fossilized forest and incredible rock formations at God’s playground to seeing the wild desert horses and a visit to the ghost mining town at Kolmanskop. See the unusual kokerboom forests as well as the so-called ‘half man’ and the world famous red sand dunes of Sossusvlei.
This trip starts in Ghanzi, Western Botswana. Over the next 10 days we visit the Central Kalahari National Park where herds of desert animals such as oryx (gemsbok) and springbok abound. With luck we will see the famous black-maned Kalahari lions and other predators that follow the herds. We then move on to the Makgadikgadi Pans, being some of the largest salt pans in the world which attracts millions of flamingoes and pelicans during the wet summer months = a “must see” experience! We camp on islands under ancient baobab trees to enjoy true African solitude. From here we proceed to a totally different landscape where we are sure to see elephants then back-track a short distance to go to the Nxai Pans National Park, a predator haven. The route ends in Maun, gateway to the Okavango Delta.
This is a guided 4 x 4 self-drive tour through the unforgettable beauty and remoteness of Northern Namibia. Join us across the plains, mountains and valleys, along dry riverbeds and the infamous van Zyl’s pass, the Marienfluss and the Hartmann’s Valley and the renowned Etosha National Park. The tour starts at Otjiwarongo. We travel northwards to Etosha’s Fort Namutoni rest camp. We then transect Etosha eastwards before heading north to the Kunene River which forms the border with Angola. The next port of call is the stunning Epupa Falls, then southwards to the Marienfluss via the infamous van Zyl’s pass. We spend time in this remote but beautiful part of the world, winding towards Puros in the hope of seeing the desert elephants and other wildlife including oryx, springbuck, giraffe and a unique birdlife. The local Himba people will occasionally make an appearance but this is a very remote region where the silence can be deafening! At Palmwag we head east back to Otjiwarongo where the tour ends. You are welcome to accompany us back to Windhoek, capital of Namibia.