WE GIVE A SH*T ABOUT NAMIBIA.
Oh, and LONE MEN too.
Cultural experience throughout
Wildlife experience throughout
Involvement in the Desert Elephants Volunteer Project
Community project with the Himba people of the North
Canoeing on the Kunene
Characterised by vast open spaces, breath-taking scenery & striking contrasts of ocean, desert & mountains, Namibia is a wild ride.
This country of rolling dunes & swirling mists is so large & sparsely populated that it’s possible to discover enormous tracts of land that are free of roads, towns, trees & even people - nothing but the lonely desert wind passing through one of the most enchanting corners of the earth.
Our guided self-drive adventure takes you deep into the Kaokoveld, home to the Himba - a nomadic, pastoral people known not only for their ability to survive in an arid, unforgiving environment, but also for their striking appearance.
After eleven days of traversing this mystical landscape, you’ll have explored Etosha, canoed down the Kunene River & soaked in the spray of the Epupa Falls. You’ll have walked with desert elephants, camped along the lush banks of desert rivers, & 4x4ed across endless expanses of mind-blowing beauty.
You’ll have experienced Namibia like few people ever will.
The truth is, we should all give a sh*t.
About the environment. About each other. About experiences that have integrity.
It's a bold stance to take in any industry - to care about the impact of every air mile, to look at data intelligently and honestly, and to use our profits for purpose.
WE DONATE R200 ON BEHALF OF EVERY EXPLORER TO
DO MORE. We support local initiatives in the regions we work in. Our end game is to make sure that we are developing responsible tourism practises. It takes a (global) village to make real change, but just one person to help another. So drop the judgments and HUG IT OUT.
WE ALSO GIVE A SH*T ABOUT THE ZAMBEZI.