We try to make our Safari as inclusive as possible so that once you land in Namibia, you can relax. Your accommodation and all transfer costs, safari drives, park fees, meals and drinks are usually included, except when it comes to premium brands, laundry services and bottled water. Please check each individual itinerary for a list of included and excluded items. Excluded are visas, gratuities, personal travels, purchase of personal nature (curios or souvenirs), international flights and special activities not listed in your itinerary.
This depends on your country of origin and pleased check with the embassy in your home country. Your visa and vaccinations need to be taken care of by yourself and prior to your departure. Certain countries are exempted from purchasing visa to Namibia.
We advise that when on safari, you travel with US dollars. Once you land you can exchange it for local currency or the South African rands, which is commonly accepted in most Southern African countries. There are ATM machines available in towns and fuel stations. However, most lodges and hotels accept credit card or Visa card payments.
We require a deposit of 50% to confirm bookings which can be paid by bank checks, PayPal or wire transfer. The balance of the safari is payable 30 days prior to the start of the safari or with special arrangements we accept cash upon completion of the safari.
Areas north of Windhoek pose a small risk of malaria, which increases during the wet season, however, the further east you travel such as the Caprivi areas or into Botswana/Zimbabwe the risk increases. Please seek the advice of a health professional or visit your doctor prior to your trip to Namibia to give you up to date advice on prophylactics but please be aware that this still does not give you 100% protection. Your doctor will also give you advice on other health requirements.
Namibia’s cellular industry is pretty good and if your phone is on roaming you will get signal in most locations. Although in some rural locations or remote areas there might be no cell phone reception.
Power in the lodges varies from area to area. battery power is provided, you will be able to charge your camera batteries whilst staying in a lodge. Just ensure you have the right adaptor, we have round, 3-point plugs 220-240v. It is generally possible to recharge your batteries in accommodation. Please bring additional batteries to be on the safe side.
Yes, cancellation, interruption and emergency medical travel insurance is essential to protect you during your safari trip. All clients must be insured to cover aspects such as personal accidents and medical expenses. Travel insurance should be purchased when you confirm your safari with a deposit.
Yes, we do as long as you advise us in advance on what you do/don’t eat or if you suffer from any allergies. We do our best to accommodate you.
Yes, Namibia is regarded as a safe country and great place not only for families and first-
time travelers. We cater for all kind of bookings, from the Solo travelers to the largest
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