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Po Box 6546 Ausspannplatz

9000, Windhoek



Tel : (+264) 61 226 808

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Fax : (+264) 61 226 462

Safari in one of the most diverse countries in Southern Africa. This trip combines a single trip, you drive your own 4x4 to visit the biggest Namibia site. Immersion in Namibia Wild with one of our team of specialists with whom you will discover the country. Search wildlife outside national parks and meeting the Himba people.

Countries of southern Africa as a great one and a half France. Namibia obtained its independence in 1990, Namibia is bordered on the west by the Atlantic Ocean, to the south by South Africa, to the east by Botswana and north by Angola and Zambia.

General information

First country in Africa to have included in its constitution protecting animal species. This is an animal festival through various national parks scattered throughout the country. The Namib, the oldest desert in the world offers us a landscape panorama colors and changing forms. This is the Living Desert, which is home to species as diverse as rats rocks, the elephant or the Cape fur seal.
Over 700 species of birds fly or walk in the country. From the Atlantic coast to the banks of the Okavango, the diversity of the winged gente is incredible. The Namib is the benchmark of gangas, geese and other fast court. The Caprivi is a paradise for Alcyons, bee-eaters and African Fish Eagle.
The Etosha National Park is one of the largest and oldest park on the African continent.

It is the permanent wild party detours different points of water. Ethnic encounters are not far behind. Although this is one of the least populated countries in the world, only 2 million inhabitants, it contains primitive peoples. The famous red people, the Himba, who made the reputation of Kaokoland. Everyone also remembers the Bushman of "Gods fell on the head."

The Deep South does not outdone, the Fish river canyon deep second after the famous Colorado, offers points stunning views of the Fish River. The Kalahari Desert is still home to lions with black manes and shy brown hyena. If you want wild, go in the Kunene region.

With a guided safari, in the footsteps of the famous desert elephants, bivouac in nature under a sky full of stars miles. Bushmanland and the Caprivi you will live an amazing experience of closeness to wildlife here, hippos, buffaloes, Cobs ... will be your companions.


A passport valid 6 months after return date is necessary. The passport must have at least two blank pages. International driver's license required for people traveling by their own means.
No mandatory vaccinations.


Hot and humid from December to April, cold and dry during the austral winter from June to September. Among the seasons have a temperate climate. Not really good and bad season, each period has its advantages and disadvantages. Favour the dry season from May to November for observing wildlife in national parks.

Means of transport

Flights from Paris to Johannesburg then flying on the Namibian capital Windhoek. Opportunity to also pass the Cape. Direct flight from Frankfurt to Windhoek with Air Namibia and Air Berlin.



Our tour operating company, based in Namibia, works exclusively with professional guides, who specialize in escorting you, through an ecological tourism.

Since 1991, Vincent Henry and David Rey have gained field experience of Namibia and can share this with you through their adventure based tourism. We encourage you to discover the astonishing diversity of Namibia in small groups aboard converted 4X4 vehicles.

To fulfill our commitment to get closer to nature, we place at your disposal our knowledge of the animal life and flora found across the different regions visited.
As we specialize in the remote North West lands of Namibia, you will penetrate it, off the usual organized tours.

Together, we will search for black rhinos and desert elephants in their extended territories. We will let you meet the semi-nomads Himbas also named Red People who constitute one of the last Southern African ethnic groups still practicing its ancestral lifestyle.

Finally, we will observe animal life in the northern-east regions in the wild reserves of the Kaudom, the riverside of the Okavango, and the approaches of the Kwando River in the Caprivian region where herds of elephants gather during the dry season. Thanks to the opening of the frontier post of Mata-Mata, we are now able to also invite you to discover the red dunes of the Kalahari and the animals of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.

Always giving the highest respect to the local population, the animal life and the regional fragile environment we meet on the way, we invite you to live according to the tempo of nature so that you grasp the vastness of Namibian landscapes. We will make you estimate the value of starlit nights in spacious tents, with barbecues evenings served at tables, or, in accordance to individual budgets, in exclusive lodges of the highest comfort.

From the ochre dunes of the Namib Desert, to the celebration of the wildlife in Etosha Park and the chaotic landscapes of the Damaraland and Kaokoland, we offer you a unique experience off the beaten track.

We also organize flying Safaris, Tours à la carte, and specialized Trips e.g.: Photographic Safaris and supported Self Drive Tours. Please, do not hesitate to contact us for further information, we will be glad to satisfy your needs.


Discovery / Culture
15 days
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Namibia's highlights are often characterised by the Namib Desert's ochre dunes, the endless spaces of Damaraland, the Himba herders and the Kaokoland. For those of us who have been driving through this land for many years, Namibia is also a remarkable source of African wildlife. In this incredible sightseeing journey of southern Africa, which will end on the Chobe River along the Chobe National Park in Botswana, we invite you to discover northern Namibia's national parks: the Kaudom, unspoiled and remote and in the heart of San territory; Mahango on the riverside of the Kavango; the Zambezi region (previously named Caprivi) with its Mudumu and Nkasa Rupara game parks. The northern parks of Namibia cover a large territory where diversified bird life and wildlife roam in great numbers. We will end our trip aboard a luxury houseboat on the Chobe River where large elephant herds occur during the driest months. Please contact us for an extension to the magnificent Victoria Falls (optional).


Discovery / Culture
14 days
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In October 2007, the Presidents of Namibia, South Africa and Botswana officially inaugurated the opening of the post frontier of Mata-Mata. This new direct access from Namibia to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park was a highly anticipated event since it allowed us to create a special journey which takes you from the red sands of the Kalahari Desert to the Namib Desert where you can admire the highest dunes in the world. During this desert tour Namibia which starts in South Africa's Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, you will discover the Kalahari's wildlife present near Nossob and Aub, ancient valleys surrounded by red dunes which are sprinkled with acacias. Once back in Namibia, we will head for the Fish River Canyon, which is the second largest canyon in the world after the Grand Canyon in Colorado.


Adventure / nature
15 days
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This unique safari is going to take us to the grand highlights of Namibia: Etosha National Park's abundant wildlife, the seal colonies on the Atlantic coast and the dunes of Sossusvlei (highest dunes in the world). But what will keep us busy during this amazing journey is the search for an animal, which should not be found in a desert habitat: the pachyderm. The desert elephants have adapted to the harshest living conditions. This safari will take us off the beaten track in an attempt to meet these prehistoric survivors. We will stay close to nature for about a week in search of the desert elephants. It is a unique experience, which also provides excellent opportunities for photography. During this trip in the Kunene region, we will also cross paths with different species such as giraffes, springboks, oryx, zebras, and a small population of lions.