Surfing the desert dunes of Namibia in a 4X4. Imagine sitting on top of a dune 35 storeys high with a "slipface" 38-degrees straight down. 4X4ing through the Namib Desert on a dune tour is a heart-pumping adventure of slip faces, shipwrecks and ghost towns – you’ll love it!Learn More
Saddle Hill is the ideal venue for the one that doesn't want to travel to far from home, but still wants to experience a fascinating Namib Dune Experience.Learn More
This tour host all the iconic places of Angola excluding the Death Acre section. We start in Rundu and finish in Ruacana. Simply a must do tour.Learn More
This tour includes all the iconic places of Angola including the well-known and feared Death Acre. The tour starts in Ruacana and ends in Rundu. You need an experienced guide for this.Learn More
The ‘Skeleton Coast’ has a reputation for being remote, inhospitable and steeped in an eerie history. This northern and most remote section of the Park is a stunning reminder of the power of nature, and it is sobering to visit such a timeless wilderness.Learn More
4X4ing through the Namib Desert on a dune tour is a heart-pumping adventure of slip faces, shipwrecks and ghost towns – you’ll love it!Learn More
We offer a lifetime opportunity to fish on Namibia's most northern border, bordering Angola where the mighty Kunene River meets the ocean.Learn More
Kaokoland and Damaraland in the north-western corner of Namibia is still one of the most interesting and amazing wilderness areas in the world. It is rugged, intimidating and perfect for the hard-core traveler.Learn More
Most travelers stick to what they know when venturing through Namibia. We take travelers off the beaten track to discover one of Namibia’s last remaining true wildernesses. The country is hard yet soft, a touch of class I can’t describe in words. This tour is a combination between Kaokoland and the Kunene Mouth.Learn More
Between October and December each year, about 10 million straw coloured fruit bats descend into a tiny patch of evergreen swamp forest inside Kasanka National Park, Northern Zambia. This natural phenomenon, unique only to Kasanka lends itself to some truly astonishing birdlife sightings set against a backdrop of incredible scenic surrounds and dramatic skies.Learn More
We specialize in corporate business tours. Give us the opportunity to put your own tour together.Learn More
Clients need to supply:
Own camping equipment – Tent, beadroll, ground sail, chairs and anything else to make it comfortable for you and your family.
Own cutlery and crockery.
Two Large bags of wood per vehicle. Maybe more depending on tour. We will advise.
Drinking water for yourself.
Minimum of 60L of water that you can use for shower.
20L for the kitchen for cooking, please make sure this is good and clean water.
Beverages, snacks and lunch.
Strong garbage bags. We recommend the heavy-duty ones you use in your garden. Clients will have to carry their own garbage / waste.
Personal items such as medication, sunblock, flashlight, camera, batteries etc.
Insecticide, such as Doom and Peaceful sleep.
If you have an onboard water tank, its recommended to carry a 20L can, it makes things just easier with getting water from the locals.
Make sure that your 4x4 is mechanically fit.
It’s always good to carry a pump and pressure gauge.
One spare tire. If you are worried and want to carry a second spare tire you are welcome to, or you can just carry the casing without the rim. If needed, we can help you to fit the casing.
Recovery point / hook – front and rear.
Please check with your insurance company that your vehicle is covered for an off-road trip through Namibia or the country you are intending on visiting. Should you have a breakdown we will assist with onsite recovery, but this will be at an additional cost.
Travel insurance and medical evacuation: Clients need to take out their own travel insurance and emergency evacuation cover in case of emergency. It is compulsory.
Emergency contact number: Sat-Phone: +87 077 617 7019
The sat phone is for emergencies only where family members can get hold of you while on tour. If you need to be in contact 24/7, please pack your own sat phone.
For Angola its not needed as cellular phones work in most of the areas.
When we are out of range of any cellphone reception or normal telephone services during sections of the route, you can be contacted on my sat phone.
Jakkals Gear Tyre Bag for all the stuff you don't want to carry inside your vehicle.
Dash Protector for your vehicle made from Cotton Canvas. Comes with either leather or canvas pockets. The Tour Guide Edition.
This travel bag is all you ever need to go on safari. The bag Tour Guides Prefer.
Get the perfect shoes for your trip, Hand Made Jakkals Vellies from Seal Leather.