Arid Eden Route & Kunene Mouth

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.

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Bem Vindo Angola

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.

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Custom Tours

Custom tours give you the opportunity to put your own tour together.

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Angola Death Acre

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.

Kunene Mouth

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.

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Luderitz to Walvis Bay Dune Adventure

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!

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Rivers of Kaokoland and Damaraland

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.

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Zambia

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.

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Sandwich Harbour Day Trips

According to Chief Kooitjie of the Topnaar people, Sandwich Harbour was inhabited by the Topnaars in the 15th and 16th centuries. The oral history of the Topnaar is supported by the presence of a freshwater spring called Anichab or alternatively Anixas.

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Kunene Fishing Activity

We offer a lifetime opportunity to fish on Namibia's most northern border, bordering Angola where the mighty Kunene River meets the ocean.

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