Etosha National Park is a large wildlife reserve in Namibia. Located in the north of the country, the park covers some 8,600 square miles and is home to several endangered species like the black rhinoceros. The best time to visit is during the dry season, May to September, when the animals are in relative abundance around the region’s many watering holes, to include the rare black-faced impala. Visitors on our Namibia luxury safari tours will have many opportunities to see elephants, caracals, lions, wildcats, hyenas, cheetahs, zebras and other exotic creatures.

We also offer exotic luxury safari tours along the Khwai River, an extension of the Okavango River in northern Botswana. Here you can choose from a range of lodges overlooking the enormous floodplains of the Moremi Game Reserve or stay in a bush camp deep into the wilderness.

Lodges and Camps in the Etosha

Little Ongava

With only three large suites and private plunge pool, Little Ongava offers a unique and inspiring experience in Namibia’s Ongava Game Reserve. Whether resting in the lounge or dining area, guests enjoy Africa’s wildlife drinking at the waterhole below the camp. The lodge offers magnificent views of the plains where white and black rhino roam, together with a large number of predators. With a dedicated driver and vehicle, visitors take pleasure in a safari into nearby Etosha National Park’s, comprising of twenty two thousand square kilometres. Other activities offered are rhino tracking, game walks and bird watching.

Ongava Lodge

In addition to Little Ongava and Ongava Tented camp, Ongava Lodge sits inside the private Ongava Game Reserve, which borders Etosha Park, Namibia’s premier wildlife destination. This area is home to the Mopane Woodlands. The black faced impala and the blackish white toothed shrew are almost endemic to this eco region. Another unique aspect of what Ongava offers is the chance to see both desert adapted white and black rhino. You may choose to track the white rhino on foot with one of Ongava’s skilled trackers. This lodge is home to thirteen chalets and one family room with private verandas, include air-conditioning, fans and mosquito nets cover the windows for added comfort.

Ongava Tented Camp

Located within the Ongava Game, Ongava Tented Camp consists of eight meru-style tents offering accommodations to sixteen guests. The stone, canvas and thatch tents are impeccably clean and offer indoor/outdoor showers. Scrumptious continental breakfasts are held in the dining area, overlooking a waterhole, before every morning game drive. All meals and service are executed with friendliness and impressive professionalism. With The Etosha Park so close to this camp the variety of activities and viewings is a wonderful contrast to many other camps. This facility emulates a superior experience in African glamping!

Andersson's Camp

Turning an old homestead into an acclaimed eco-camp, Andersson’s offers twenty tented rooms, raised up on wooden decking for optimum game viewing. The main outdoor area overlooks a waterhole. Andersson’s is fenced to keep wild game out. This concept appeals to families with children. There is also an underground hide. Guests can walk to the hide through a tunnel allowing the opportunity to get close to large game.

Mushara Bush Camp

Mushara Bush Camp consists of sixteen spacious and cozy tents with private verandahs with a view of the bush. The main area consists of a dining area and lounge with a bar. There is a swimming pool with a shallow area for children. Mushara offers two game drives per day into Etosha National Park which is very close to the camp. The wildlife in this area is very good.

Namib-Naukluft National Park

The Namib Desert is home to the largest game park in Africa, the Namib Naukluft National Park covering over nineteen thousand square miles. The Sossusvlei salt pans are also located in this park. Naukluft extends to the mountain range of the same name, and a Namibia safari trip to this region will provide you with an opportunity to experience some of the most unique biospheres on the planet where hyenas, jackals, exotic snakes, lizards and many bizarre insects make their homes.

Lodges and Camps in the Namib-Naukluft National Park

Sossusvlei Desert Lodge

In the far north quadrant of the 180,000 hectare NamibRand Private Nature Reserve lies Sossusvlei Desert Lodge. Sossusvlei was named “The gathering place of water” because a clay pan was formed by rainfall. This fills up once every several years. The lodge uses the barren beauty to accent its architecture and interior design. Ten air conditioned villas are constructed of stone and glass. Care was taken to accentuate the gorgeous night sky viewing and each villa is equipped with a revealing skylight, situated above the large beds. The camp also houses a unique observatory with high power telescopes and resident astronomers.

Little Kulala

Little Kulala comprises of thirty seven hectares located in the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve. The roof top skybed makes sleeping under the stars possible. Eleven thatched kulalas and a main common area make up this secluded camp, spanning out over the desert like a scorpion’s tail. The decor is desert chic. The sunsets are remarkable and the staff are attentive and accommodating. They may surprise you with a ‘braaivleis’ dinner at the riverbed! Whether dining boma style or under thatched roof, your appetite will always be appeased with fabulous and ample food served all day long. This is certainly a splendid place to enjoy the awe inspiring Sand Sea.

Wolwedans Dune Camp

Wolwedans Dune Camp consists of six tents with en-suite bathrooms to include flush toilet and shower. Sleeping under the stars on the spacious front deck during the summer months is a wonderful experience. Dinner is served around a candlelit table after drinks on the extended deck where a warm camp fire glows. Morning and night nature drives are included together with full day safaris. Hot air ballooning is available.

Hoodia Desert Lodge

Hoodia Desert Lodge lies at the foot of the Namib-Naukluft Mountains. The lodge consists of eleven tented chalets under thatch, offering both indoor and outdoor bathrooms. Because the chalets face either the mountains and plains or the river, they are beautifully positioned for a spectacular sunset view. The international restaurant offers some of the finest South African wines that compliment fine traditional cuisine. The lodge offers many activities at an additional cost.

Wolwedans Dunes Lodge

Wolwedans Dunes Lodge consists of nine chalets built on stilts to include en-suite bathroom with shower and flush toilets. The view of the surrounding desert is inspiring and majestic while star gazing from your bed! There are two dining areas with large tables where guests dine together or at single tables if preferred. The lodge offers fine wines from their underground cellars. Activities include exploring the many fascinating elements of the desert, a truly remarkable experience to include spectacular sunsets while enjoying cocktails in the surrounding tranquility.

Skeleton Coast and Kaokoland

Kunene, also known as Kaokoland lies beside the Skeleton coast and is home to the Himba people of Namibia. Kaokoland is one of the last remaining wilderness areas in Southern Africa. This area is a refuge for desert dwelling elephant. Kaokoland is bordered on the south the Hoanib River and on the north the Kunene River which also forms Namibia’s border with Angola. The Himba are an ancient tribe of semi nomadic pastoralists, many of whom still live and dress according to ancient traditions and live in scattered settlements throughout Kaokoland.

Lodges and Camps in the Skeleton Coast and Kaokoland

Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp

Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp lies in the northern part of the private Palmwag Concession. The camp consists of seven large tents and one family unit. Each unit comprises of en-suite bedrooms with shaded outdoor decks. The scenery is stunningly stark and rugged. Game drives, nature walks and day trips to desert oases offer an opportunity to witness desert adapted life. Offered as well are 4×4 trips to the coast via the Hoanib River and floodplain and Klein Oasis. The Skeleton coast unveils a rocky coastline with remains of shipwreck vessels and Cape fur seal colony. A fascinating interaction with wildlife researchers are offered as well when they are in camp.

Serra Cafema

Serra Cafema Camp resides on the banks of the lush Kunene River. This camp, close to the Angola border, is one of the most remote lodges in Namibia. In fact, the Kunene River is the only constant source of water in the region. The facility complements surrounding nature with 8 Meru-styled thatch and canvas decked villas, offering indoor and outdoor dining, a lowered lounge and swimming pool that all share a picturesque view of Kunene River. The variety of activities are unique to most safari lodges. You may have a chance to view baboons playfully sliding down the sand dunes like children. Taking a ride on a quad bike is exhilarating. It a truly humbling experience to visit a village of the Himba tribe, the last generation of people living purely in their traditional ways.


Covering the majority of the country, the coastal Namib Desert lies on the Atlantic, and is the oldest desert in the world. It stretches for some 1,200 miles along the coast of Namibia, South Africa and Angola. We offer luxury safari tours to this desolate yet beautiful land to include trips to the popular Sossusvlei salt and clay pans. The region is also home to some of the world’s most unique flora and fauna, including the extremely ancient living fossil, the bizarre welwitschia plant, a unique genus of plant found only in this area of the planet. Many other animals and plants found in the region are also endemic to it. Our tailor-made Namibia safari tours take you to places where you will spot antelopes, oryx, springbok and ostrich all in their native habitats as well as african bush elephants that have managed to adapt to the harsh conditions of the arid desert terrain.

Lodges and Camps in the Damaraland

Damaraland Camp

Damaraland Camp surrounds itself with the Huab River Valley. This area of Namibia may be the most scenic and varietal semi desert in the country and is home to the desert adapted African Elephants and Black Rhino. Tracking elephants on foot with the friendly and local rangers is an exciting way to enjoy a morning at Damaraland. The camp consists of ten thatched, adobe units with private decks and a modern, luxurious flare. The staff here have been described as singularly spirited….joyful, funny that is contagious and fun! Meals are served in unique areas that accent the scenic beauty for that specific time of day.The staff often prepare dinner over a fire at the boma, singing in the Damara tradition, reading the menu aloud in the Khoekhoe language of their people. Damaraland Camp offers an authentic Namibian experience.

Desert Rhino Camp

Set in a wide valley, accommodation at Desert Rhino Camp consists of eight raised Meru-style canvas tents with front verandas to take in the sweeping views in front dotted with scattered euphorbia and ancient welwitschia plants, and the dramatic Etendeka Mountains. The comfortable tented dining and lounge area is also elevated with partially open sides offering panoramic views while a swimming pool provides a refreshing respite during the midday heat. Evening meals are often taken around the fire pit under the starry skies, known for their clarity.

Doro Nawas Camp

Doro Nawas Camp , from its position on a craggy hill, offers impressive views across the floodplains of the Aba Huab river towards the mountains of Twyfelfontein. The camp consists of sixteen chalets, inclusive of ceiling fans, flushing toilets and showers. The open plan main area includes a dining and lounge area with floor to ceiling windows enhancing the views from its hilltop position. The rooftop terrace is a great place to star gaze!