Classic Safari Camps of Africa

Wolwedans Dune Camp Mowani Mountain Camp Onguma Game Reserve Okahirongo Elephant Lodge
Wolwedans Dune CampMowani Mountain CampOnguma Game ReserveOkahirongo Elephant Lodge
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Classics Member: Wolwedans Dune Camp NamibRand Nature Reserve, Namibia
Classics Member: Mowani Mountain Camp Twyfelfontein, Namibia
Classics Member: Onguma Game Reserve Etosha, Namibia
Classics Member: Okahirongo Elephant Lodge Purros Conservancy, Kaokoland, Namibia

Namibia

Mowani Mountain Camp Twyfelfontein

Okahirongo Elephant Lodge Purros Conservancy, Kaokoland

Wolwedans Dune Camp NamibRand Nature Reserve

Home to the vast haunting beauty of the Namib Desert, Nambia is one of the least populated countries in the world. Framed by Angola, Botswana, South Africa and the Atlantic Ocean it is an arid yet strikingly scenic country. As a holiday destination it is perfect for those seeking sanctuary from crowded cities and the constant frenetic pace of modern life.


Namibia is simply breathtaking. Offering spectacular scenery, wildlife that have adapted to the incredibly harsh desert environment and the opportunity to meet some of Namibia's fascinating native people. In addition, this country is a photographers dream, boasting rugged landscapes, majestic wildlife and spectacular light. Further inland, the world's only desert adapted elephant and desert rhino offer a unique game viewing experience. Etosha offers mind boggling wildlife concentrations which only add to the safari experience.
Official Language: English, Afrikaans and German widely spoken

Climate: Temperatures from Sept to April can rise to over 38ºC and from May to Aug can vary between 18ºC – 25ºC, with temperatures below freezing in the early mornings and evenings. Rains occur between Nov-April. Please pack clothing for hot and cold conditions year round.