Custom-made Self Drive
A popular and safe way to travel through Namibia, you’ll be driving yourself in a rental car. We arrange the entire program with you, from the vehicle to booking campsites and / or accommodation and providing you with clear route directions on arrival. Neighbouring countries: Botswana & Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) can be added.
Such a vast country, so many options available to you! Contact us via the enquiry form with your ideas and questions, we’ll tailor your program for you.
Rates valid: 01 January – 31 October 2021
The Jungle Book - Self Drive
A perfect tour for those with limited time to see Namibia, in addition, this program is excellent for children as packed full of game viewing activities!
Something different - self drive
The self-drive tour visits Okonjima, home of the AfriCat Foundation, a private concession bordering the western side of Etosha National Park and up to the Kunene River and Epupa Falls. Swinging south to Palmwag spend a morning rhino tracking then travel via the Skeleton Coast National Park to the coastal town of Swakopmund. No visit would be complete without experiencing the Namib Desert and the dunes of Sossusvlei, before heading home, a night in the Kalahari region of Namibia with an afternoon sundowner drive.
Namibia's Treasure Box - Self drive
Travel through the Kalahari region of Namibia to the Fish River Canyon and on to the Aus and the ghost town of Kolmanskop. No visit to Namibia should be without a stay in the Namib Desert where a visit is made to Sossusvlei. Via Swakopmund to Damaraland with it's wealth of rock engravings and desert adapted species. Further north we travel through Kaokoland, visit the nomadic Himba people and spend time in the tranquil setting of Epupa Falls on the Kunene River. Turning southward spend time on a private concession as well as within Etosha National Park where a wide variety of fauna and flora is to be seen. This wonderful journey through Namibia ends with a few nights at the Cheetah Conservation Fund.
Discover Art & Gems - self-drive
The program has a walking element to it, starting with time spent in the Erongo Region your travels take you to Twyfelfontein area to view the rock art in the area. In the Palmwag area there is a two night stay, walking between camps on the Etendeka Concession, a great way to see the fauna, flora and geology of the area. From here our attention turns to the rich game viewing area in and surrounding Etosha National Park. This continues as we visit the AfriCat Foundation before heading back to Windhoek.