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‘Off the Grid’ Namibia

Namib Desert, Namib Nature Reserve, Pelican Point Peninsula, Kaokoveld, Skeleton Coast, Windhoek

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15 days


  • Camp in one of Namibia’s most remote locations surrounded by grassy savannas and rolling red dunes
  • Wake up amidst a colony of Atlantic seals whilst staying in a converted lighthouse on a remote peninsula 
  • Spend a morning with a meerkat clan as they forage for food and defend their den from looming predators
  • Explore the ancient hunting grounds and walking trails of nomadic Bushmen 
  • Soar silently over the vast landscape in a hot air balloon for a birds-eye view of the unique wilderness

What’s Included

  • 11 nights Fully Inclusive
  • 3 nights Bed & Breakfast
  • Walking, Boating and Game Safaris 
  • Hot Air Balloon Ride
  • Big Game Tracking 
  • Cultural Visits to Local Communities 
  • Desert Quad Biking
  • All Domestic Flights and Transfers
  • International Economy Class Flights

Day 1-3


  • Grab your walking shoes and binoculars and head out with a guide to track the rare rhino and elusive leopard
  • Spend the sunrise with a meerkat clan as they sunbathe and forage for food in the bush

Spend your first nights in Namibia in the heart of the savannah on a private game reserve.

Start your Namibia Safari at Omaanda, a stylish lodge located in a private reserve just outside of Windhoek. Here you can recover from your international flight by relaxing in a beautiful infinity pool overlooking the desert, or enjoying a spa treatment in a traditional hut with age-old healing techniques. Set out at sunrise on a game drive to watch the Namibian plains wake up and come alive with activity on the private reserve. Join an experienced guide to track the endangered rhino, elephant herds and big carnivores through the African bush as well as visit the nearby meerkat colony. The lodge is ideal for watching Namibian sunsets and watching the stars fill the night sky, cosying up to a crackling campfire

Day 3-6


  • Follow in the footsteps of ancient bushmen on a walking safari through the expansive sand and gravel plains
  • Drive through red sand dunes and grassy savannahs to spot wandering oryxs and ostriches

Immerse yourself in the unique ecology of the NamibRand Nature Reserve and witness Wolwedans conservation success for yourself.

Get off the beaten track at the remote Wolwedans Boulders Camp, an intimate camp in the heart of the NamibRand Game Reserve. Here you will be surrounded by one of the most unique ecologies in Africa, with scenery filled with golden grass savannahs, red sand dunes and mountain ranges. Spot springbok, oryx, the black-backed jackal and even the elusive leopard during a game drive with an excellent guide, or explore the ancient hunting grounds of the bushmen with a 2-3 hour walking safari through the vast desert. Enjoy picnic lunches in the shade of an ancient camel-thorn tree or sundowners atop a mountainous rock plateau, or even in a hot air balloon soaring across the vast desert landscape

Day 6-8


  • Spend the night in a renovated harbour control tower, listening to the howls of nearby jackals
  • Be joined by curious seals from the peninsula’s colony as you kayak through the waters of the Atlantic Ocean

Explore the remote and untouched peninsula of Pelican Point for a truly unique experience.

Spend two nights in a renovated harbour control tower at the foot of the Pelican Point Lighthouse. You will have the untouched beaches of the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the lagoon of Walvis Bay on the other during your unique stay at the Pelican Point Lodge. Enjoy a morning cup of coffee on the jetty or exploring the nearby shipwreck, watching pink flamingos and pelicans in the lagoon or passing ships. Grab a paddle and kayak through a colony of noisy seals as they enjoy their afternoon surf, and be sure to look out for passing dolphins, whales or even the rare Mola Mola. Guests can also explore Swakopmund, the adventure capital of Namibia, for a chance to quad bike through the desert or surf down enormous sandy dunes.

Day 8-11


  • Enjoy a day discovering the eerie Skeleton Coast, driving through a dune field and visiting the Klein Oasis Spring
  • Meet the local Herero people to learn about their incredible adaptation to the harsh climate of the Kaokoveld

Spot desert-adapted wildlife on a guided nature walk exploring the desert’s unique flora and fauna.

Spend your three days exploring Kaokoveld and the Skeleton Coast – Namibia’s most stark and beautiful landscape, home to a diverse array of desert adapted wildlife. Enjoy game drives through the savannah and red dunes, spotting elephant, mountain zebra and lion. Grab your hiking boots for a chance to track the endangered rhino or take a guided nature walk to spot Kaokoveld’s desert-adapted giraffes. Alternatively, spend the day with the local Herero people to learn about their traditions and ways of life to survive the harsh climate of their surroundings. In the evenings, sip on a enjoy a gin and tonic after a refreshing swim on your veranda, watching the sunset on the horizon.

Day 11-14


  • Hop on a quad bike to be guided through the desert landscape and its vast sandy dunes
  • Watch the sunset over the desert mountains from Serra Cafema’s raised viewing deck over the Kunene River

Your last days ‘off the beaten track’ will be filled with daily adventures exploring the lush desert oasis and its inhabitants.

The Serra Cafema lodge is located on the banks of the Kunene River, giving guests easy access to experience this lush desert oasis by boat to cruise past crocodiles and water-wading birds. From this remote location, guests can enjoy a guided quad biking excursion through the sandy dunes and vast landscapes or a nature drive in Hartmann’s Valley to visit the famous Fairy Circles or spot the desert chameleon. Spend a day visiting the local semi-nomadic Himba community to learn about their incredible customs and their conservation of the area, before strolling up a sand dune for a panoramic vista over the breathtaking landscape.

Day 14-15


  • Rejuvenate after your Namibian adventure with a relaxing full body massage at the hotel’s five star Soulstice Spa
  • Watch your last Namibian sunset whilst sipping on sundowner at the Am Weinberg’s rooftop lounge

Reflect on your once-in-a-lifetime Namibian adventure at a boutique hotel before your flight home.

Unwind after your desert adventures exploring the most remote spots of Namibia with a relaxing night at the boutique Am Weinberg Hotel in Windhoek. The hotel’s selection of spa treatments, massages, beautiful pool and spacious luxury lofts provide guests with a relaxing stay in Namibia’s capital before your international flight back home. Enjoy panoramic views over the valley at the rooftop Sky Lounge, with excellent gastronomic dishes and a local wine tasting.


The journey to Namibia and Serra Cafema was the best trip I’ve ever done. I really loved the remote camp, the way we travelled there (flying over the endless dunes and amazing coastline in a private plane) and the infinite hospitality, knowledge and passion of the whole team. We enjoyed a lot of activities: we visited the Himba people, which was the experience of a lifetime, took a quad bike tour and boat tour. For my birthday, they organised a private dinner at a beautiful, remote location.

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