This luxury safari to Namibia offers an unrivalled journey through the country's remote wildernesses, set against a backdrop of stunning dunes and rugged mountains. Staying predominantly in remote lodges and tented camps on private nature reserves allows you an almost exclusive safari experience. You'll explore the wonders of the Namib Desert, soak up the colonial charm of coastal Swakopmund, marvel at the vastness of the remote Palmwag Reserve and go off the beaten track as you discover Skeleton Coast wilderness areas. Throughout the safari your guide will enlighten you on Namibia's flora, fauna, history, geology, cultures and much more.
The Remote Namibia Safari is led by a personable, fully trained and experienced professional guide. Their in-depth local knowledge gives you a valuable insight to Namibia's cultures, history, fascinating geological formations, flora and fauna; as well as making them adept at seeking out wildlife.
Whilst on this luxury safari you will stay in welcoming guesthouses, at some of Namibia's top lodges, and in comfortable permanent tented camps. Many of the lodges and tented camps are situated in remote private reserves, offering you an exclusive and exceptional safari experience.
Most of the lodges have facilities to charge batteries and electronics, either in the guest rooms or at reception. We recommend that you travel with a plug adaptor should you need to charge any equipment. Namibia and South Africa share the same type of plug point (15 Amp, 3 large round pins, 220V), for which adaptors are relatively easy to find - more universally marked as suitable for use in South Africa.
Whilst on the road you will be transported in a specially modified enclosed Land Rover safari vehicle. Each vehicle takes a maximum of seven passengers. The vehicles are designed so that passengers have good forward visibility and comfort while driving between areas. They have 6 large sliding windows in the main cabin and a roll down window by the front passenger seat next to the guide. There is also a pop top roof which is opened during game drives, allowing passengers excellent photo opportunities.
The safari vehicle includes a fridge to keep drinks cool, a 12 volt cigarette lighter charging point (you must bring your own charging adaptor to be able to use this), individual seats with armrests, seatbelts, seat pockets and a small library with reference books and field guides.
A different type of vehicle may be used for the airport transfers, and excursions based from the lodges are often run in open 4WD safari vehicles.