Rivers of Kaokoland - An Adventurer Exploration
9 nights/10 days
The dry river systems of the arid Namibian north-west are vital oases for elephant and other desert-adapted wildlife. These hidden life supports form the basis of an innovative travel route, where we spend six days exploring one of the most remote and exciting regions in Africa. Natural animal movements and location dictate where our ‘wild' campsites and areas of focus will be. This incredible journey takes place in Kaokoland, an area between the stunning isolation of
Serra Cafema Camp on the Kunene River and Etosha National Park.
Features of this Safari
Original adventure far off the beaten track. Travel through unique habitats with unrivalled wildlife viewing of desert elephant, gemsbok, springbok and possibly black rhino.
A completely free-ranging safari with a non-scheduled camping route determined by dynamics of nature. Additional activities include meeting Himba people, dune quad biking, boating on the Kunene River.
Experience community-based conservation first-hand.
The style of accommodation takes you back to the great days of African exploration. Comfortable linen bedrolls on "disco" stretchers lit by hurricane lanterns, thus complements the atmosphere in pristine, wild camping areas (often on the edges of dry ephemeral riverbeds). Separate toilet and shower ‘bathrooms' with old-style tin bucket showers and all amenities create simple serviced comfort.
photo copyright: Paul Hansen