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Experience North Queensland from a different perspective with this eco sensitive 4WD rainforest safari. Wilderness Eco Safaris will take you on a real 4WD journey into "exclusive restricted access areas" around the rainforests of Cairns. This area is little known and promoted, offering a non-commercial look at our World Heritage Rainforest & the Australian Bush.

Your tour guide and owner-operator Kevin Simpson is a Wet Tropics Accredited Tour Guide. A local with many years of experience in interpretive guiding, including work as a ranger at Cairns' major ecotourism rainforest attraction.

Wilderness Eco Safaris tours  have been recognised as innovative and original, winning numerous eco tourism awards.  A Four Wheel Drive customized vehicle is fully fitted just for this tour.

- small groups  - 7 passengers max  - no sealed roads  - 100% unique itinerary

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Discover Africa

The wild Skeleton Coast. Sossusvlei’s ancient dunes. Endless horizons in Damaraland. Namibia is a photographer's dream.

AN ANCIENT WONDERLAND

Explore a unique Namibian safari

From desert to sea.

Live out a desert fantasy on safari in Namibia. Climb ancient dunes of red sand, rising out of the Namib Desert. Feel the thrill of tracking desert-adapted black rhinos on foot with our expert guides. Wander along the Skeleton Coast, wild, windswept and seemingly stretching to infinity. Marvel at the wonders of Damaraland’s Petrified Forest with trees as old as 280 million years.

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Wild, vast, remote

There are precious few places left on Earth quite like Namibia. A country that supports just three people per square kilometre - but a multitude of life. Desert-adapted elephant, lion, zebra, antelope, and many other species emerge, including the Critically Endangered black rhino. With the efforts of the Save the Rhino Trust Namibia, we have helped to quintuple their numbers over the past 30 years.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Namibia at a glance

Going off the beaten track comes with questions. When is the best season to view wildlife in Namibia? How cold does it get at night and what languages are spoken? To help you prepare for your journey, we have put together a few keys facts to encourage your adventurous spirit.

Namibia key facts

Namibia is home to the last free-roaming black rhinos and desert elephants. It offers a fascinating medley of cultures and European influences in its art, exquisite cuisine and architecture. Here you can explore miles and miles of untouched land in every direction. And embrace total serenity.

POPULATION SIZE

2.6 Million

Namibian Dollar (NAD)

GEOGRAPHIC SIZE

824,292 km²

BEST TIME TO GO

All year round

Wilderness Namibia Habitat Rivers

Ephemeral rivers

Marienfluss, Hoanib Skeleton Coast, Damaraland regions.

Wilderness Namibia Semi Desert

Semi-desert

Doro Nawas, Kulala, Palmwag, Torra regions.

Wilderness Namibia Habitat Desert

The iconic Marienfluss and Kulala regions.

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Namibia's national animal appears on the country’s coat of arms.

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Brown hyena

One of the rarest carnivores, with a population of roughly 7,000.

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Evolved over generations to survive in this harsh environment.

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Namibia’s desert elephants number between 150 and 350.

Namibia is a true year-round destination with fewer extreme seasonal changes than other parts of Southern Africa, enjoying 300 beautiful days of sunshine a year. It has a typical semi-desert climate, with hot days and cool nights. The weather can vary greatly in the Namib, as dictated by the Benguela current and south-westerly winds.

June to October

SUMMER SEASON

December to March

TRANSITIONAL SEASON

May & November

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NAMIBIA JOURNEYS

Luxury experiential safari

Our curated experiential journeys across Namibia offer you a taste of once-in-a-lifetime adventures. Filled with intimate encounters, dramatic landscapes and unrivalled comfort in Namibia’s most pristine wilderness. Our industry-leading guides are passionate storytellers who look forward to sharing their love for Namibia’s wild areas with you.

Explore regions & camps in Namibia

Situated along the Atlantic coastline, Namibia is the fifth largest country in Africa. It shares land borders with Angola and Zambia to the north, Botswana to the east and South Africa to the south. Our luxurious, remote and intimate camps are found across Damaraland, Sossusvlei, the Hoanib and Skeleton Coast, and the banks of the Kunene River in the Hartmann’s Valley.

What currency is used in Namibia?

The currency in Namibia is the Namibian Dollar (NAD) which is fixed to, and therefore equivalent to, the South African Rand (ZAR).

What time zone is Namibia in?

Namibia shares the same time as all of Southern Africa, which is two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) + 2 hours, in the Central Africa Time Zone (CAT).

Can I use my credit cards in Namibia?

MasterCard and Visa (both with raised credit card numbers so that an imprint may be taken) are generally accepted throughout Namibia, including Wilderness. Holders of other cards are advised to clarify with a commercial bank whether their card is acceptable in Namibia. American Express and Diners Club specifically are no longer accepted in Namibia and, therefore, not at our camps either.

What is the power socket do they use in Namibia?

While some camps/lodges are linked to the national power grid, most of our camps/lodges are situated in pristine and remote wilderness areas where we need to generate our own electricity. We do this by making use of solar panels and/or generators, which charge a bank of batteries and provide electricity to the camp/lodge through an inverter system. We use 220V-powered plug points (3-prong round/2-prong round) for lighting, fans, the charging of batteries and sleep apnoea machines.

What do I pack for a safari Namibian?

We advise guests to wear comfortable and casual clothing while on safari. Neutral colours are best for game viewing. You may also want to pack swimming gear and clothing suitable for adventuring. Game drives usually take place in the early morning and late afternoon, which can be cold, especially in winter. Temperatures usually warm up during the day, so it is best to dress in layers.

Where is Namibia located?

Namibia is located in the south-western reaches of Africa, with South Africa to the south and east, Botswana to the east, Angola and Zambia to the north, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west.

What is Namibia known for?

Namibia is world famous for the highest dunes in the world at Sossusvlei, and for the immense Etosha National Park, one of the world’s greatest conservation areas. Namibia offers some of the world’s best wildlife viewing, from desert-adapted elephants, lions and giraffes, to other fascinating wildlife, plants and natural wonders.

When is a good time to visit Namibia?

Namibia is a great year-round destination. Some of the best months to visit are between June and October. This is the dry season when the temperature is not too hot or too cold.

What is the capital of Namibia?

Do i need a visa to travel to namibia.

Namibia currently offers visa-free travel to all countries for stays up to 90 days. Your passport must be valid for at least six months beyond the date you expect to leave Namibia.

Vaccinations

What is the covid protocol for travelling to namibia.

We address all concerns surrounding COVID in line with the latest recommendations from the World Health Organization and other leading authorities. Please speak to your Travel Designer for the latest travel advisory updates, to ensure that you are prepared for all COVID travel requirements in Namibia before your departure.

Do I need a yellow fever vaccination to visit Namibia?

If you are travelling to Namibia from areas infected with yellow fever, you must have a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate. We advise our guests to also have an updated TPD (tetanus, polio, diphtheria) vaccine and a hepatitis A vaccine.

Do I need to take malaria tablets when visiting Namibia?

Yes. Malaria is a risk in some parts of Namibia. Please chat to your Travel Designer or travel clinic before your departure, to make sure you have enough time to take any prescription medicine needed to prevent malaria.

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The 10 Best Safari Lodges in Africa in 2022

The best safari lodges, according to Travel + Leisure readers, go beyond the traditional game drive with a wide range of cultural experiences.

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Note: If you’re looking for our most recent recommendations, check out the 2023 list of our favorite safari lodges in Africa.

For Travel + Leisure readers, the best safari lodges in Africa aren't necessarily traditional safari properties — though plenty of those did make this list. Take, for example, Wilderness Safaris Bisate Lodge — a luxurious base for tracking mountain gorillas in the cloud forest of Rwanda. It seems that this once-in-a-lifetime experience elevated guests' memories beyond those of Big Five safaris: the word amazing appears repeatedly in Bisate reviews.

Every year for our World's Best Awards survey, T+L asks readers to weigh in on travel experiences around the globe — to share their opinions on the top hotels, resorts, cities, islands, cruise ships, spas, airlines, and more. Hotels (including safari lodges) were rated on their facilities, location, service, food, and overall value. Properties were classified as city hotel, resort, or safari lodge based on their locations and amenities.

This year's World's Best list reveals a growing interest in nontraditional safaris. In addition to Bisate at the top spot, there's another Rwandan lodge, One&Only Nyungwe House (No. 3), where the highlights are tracking chimpanzees, bird-watching, and visiting a tea plantation. "A gorgeous property in an incredible location," said one voter. And there's a second gorilla-tracking property on the list: Bwindi Lodge (No. 10), in Uganda. "How special to stay at Bwindi Lodge," wrote one guest, "and be so well cared for when setting out to see the magnificent gorillas."

At No. 2, Gibb's Farm is "the most unique lodge of any kind in East Africa," claimed one reader. Overlooking Tanzania's Ngorongoro Crater, a protected area known for its incredible density of wildlife, the 17-cottage property offers activities around its coffee plantation and gardens, as well as bush walks from the property and wildlife drives in the crater. One guest loved that it was "fun for adults and kids." It's "an incredibly beautiful hotel," said another. "The food was amazing, and I loved the farm-to-table philosophy."

Classic safaris are still well represented, with guests favoring wildlife-rich areas such as the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, the Masai Mara reserve in Kenya, and the South African Kruger National Park. As well as wildlife sightings and luxurious rooms, it was the people who made an impact on T+L readers. Of andBeyond Bateleur Camp (No. 6), in Kenya's Masai Mara, one reader said that "the guides are truly spectacular," while another described "warm, welcoming service."

1. Wilderness Safaris Bisate Lodge, Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda

On the edge of Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, Bisate Lodge has six stylish and cozy villas, each overlooking the surrounding villages, forests, and misty mountain peaks. The main activity there is trekking into the national park to spend some time watching the mountain gorillas, but there are also opportunities to see golden monkeys, go hiking in the mountains, or visit the grave of renowned primatologist Dian Fossey. The staff are "amazing," said one reader, who added the food was "delicious," especially the homegrown vegetables. Another fan said staying at Bisate was "the absolute best...experience we have ever had. The food, service, and rooms were beyond amazing."

Score: 98.29

More information: wilderness-safaris.com

2 Gibb's Farm, Karatu, Tanzania

Score: 96.63

More information: gibbsfarm.com

3. One&Only Nyungwe House, Nyungwe Forest National Park, Rwanda

Score: 96.36

More information: oneandonlyresorts.com

4. andBeyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania

Score: 95.80

More information: andbeyond.com

5. Angama Mara, Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

Score: 94.95

More information: angama.com

6. andBeyond Bateleur Camp, Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

Score: 94.88

7. Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Score: 94.00

More information: fourseasons.com

8. andBeyond Ngala Safari Lodge, Kruger National Park Area, South Africa

Score: 93.09

9. Lion Sands Game Reserve, Sabi Sand Game Reserve, South Africa

Score: 92.47

More information: more.co.za

10. Bwindi Lodge, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda

Score: 89.68

More information: volcanoessafaris.com

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15 Great Natural and Wildlife Adventure Travel Trips

Some of the most amazing adventure travel experiences include interactions with wildlife in their natural habitats. There is nothing quite like spotting wild creatures in exotic locations around the globe, and fortunately you can have these types of experience on all seven continents. With that in mind, these are our favorite nature and wildlife adventures, all of which should be on your bucket list. 

Explore the Galapagos' Diverse Wildlife

Exploring blue-footed boobies on the Galapagos Islands and swimming near playful sea lions and giant tortoises in the surrounding ocean is the equivalent of putting yourself inside the latest edition of Planet Earth . That is exactly why so many travelers are choosing to spend days on a boat exploring these spectacular islands located off the coast of Ecuador. The award-winning Ecoventura ,  International Expeditions , ​and  Geographic Expeditions  offer departures throughout the year, with some family-friendly options for those who want to bring the kids.

Go Shark Diving

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One of the most thrilling, heart-pounding, and visceral wildlife encounters takes place when divers come face-to-face with a great white sharks, tiger sharks, or other massive sea creatures. While it is true that these fearsome predators can be dangerous and intimidating at times, adventurous travelers can observe them safely from within a reinforced shark cage. The result is the opportunity to observe these legendary animals as they roam the open ocean. 

Shark Diver offers a variety of intimate encounters with sea life, taking clients on a cage dive to view great white sharks off Isla Guadalupe or into its deep dive-submarine to catch a glimpse  of giant squid in Roatan.

The Classic African Safari

When it comes to spotting animals in the wild, few experiences can compare with the classic African safari. Travelers can visit the Serengeti to watch a million wildebeest roam across the endless grasslands of Tanzania and Kenya  or the explore Kruger National Par k in South Africa for a different kind of safari experience. In both cases, you'll have the opportunity to see lions, leopards, buffalo, elephants, rhinos and perhaps even cheetahs. Overnights can be in simple camping locations or luxury lodges or tents, depending on how much you want to spend. Some of the companies offering these tours include International Expeditions , Natural Habitat Adventures , and Abercrombie & Kent .

Spot Polar Bears in the Arctic

Everyone knows that Churchill in Manitoba, Canada is considers itself the "polar bear capital of the world," but there are other places where these creatures can be found in the wild. For instance, Norway's Svalbard region offers opportunities to see polar bears on the prowl in their natural habitat too. The remote and rugged Svalbard is an island that sits above the Arctic Circle and is said that the bears outnumber the people there. Adventurous travelers can find out of that is true by joining a tour hosted by Oceanwide Expeditions , which has been taking visitors into the wild for decades. 

Visit the Serengeti of North America

Yellowstone National Park is home to so much wildlife that it has been called the " Serengeti of North America ." Visitors to the world's first national park are likely to spot bison, elk, black and grizzly bears, wolves, moose, and an array of other creatures. The park offers stunning landscapes that serve as amazing backdrops to all of the wildlife viewing opportunities, which are available all year round, but are particularly epic during the winter. As with most U.S. national parks, Yellowstone is very easy to explore independently, just be sure to include the Lamar Valley on your "must-see" destinations. Alternatively however, there are a number of companies that offer great Yellowstone Tours, such as Austin Adventures based out of Billings, Montana . 

Dive the Great Barrier Reef

Australia's Great Barrier Ree f is one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World, and quite a destination for anyone who loves spotting sea creatures. The GBR is made up of 3000 individual reef systems and 900 islands, spread out across 1500 sq miles of area. It also happens to be home to more than 30 species of whales, dolphins, and other purposes, along with 1500 species of fish, and 17 species of sea snakes, and literally dozens of other creatures too. The reef is one of the absolute best spots in the world to go diving and snorkeling, with an abundance of guide companies offering live-aboard trips to explore its depths. Some of the best are found in Cairns , where you'll find operators that will take you out for a day or for a week. 

Bird Watching in the Amazon

The Amazon Jungle is home to more than 1500 different bird species, making it a fantastic destination for those who enjoy spotting avian wildlife. The birds of the Amazon are bright, colorful, large, and playful, making them fun to spot. Peru is one of the best places to experience these amazing creatures and G Adventures offers some of the best options for those looking to take a boat up the river. Along the way, you might even spot some other types of animals, including river dolphins that like to swim alongside the boat. 

Take an Orangutan Tour in Indonesia

Orangutans are some of the most fascinating primates on the planet, but it isn't always easy to find ways to see them in the wild. Fortunately,  Adventure Indonesia puts together regular trips into the jungle, which includes some unique opportunities to see these creatures in their natural home. The trip includes a boat excursion down the Lamandau River where travelers will learn more about orangutans and visit Camp Leakey where older orangutans are ​reintroduced back into the rain forest. They'll also get the chance to visit a Dyak Tribe villages too, providing a cultural context to the adventure as well. 

Watch Grizzly Bears in Their Natural Habitat

Wildlife viewing, with twice-a-day opportunities to spot grizzly bears in their natural habitat, is the focus for guests at the floating Great Bear Lodge , May through October, guests are shuttled in by a floatplane to the lodge, which is located about 50 air miles from Port Hardy, British Columbia, Canada. One- to seven-day visits can be booked, depending on how long you wish to stay, and while grizzly bears might be the main attraction, there are also plenty of black bears, moose, bald eagles, seals, wolves, and other creatures in the area too. 

Go on a Whale Watching Tour

Spotting whales on the open ocean is one of the most awe-inspiring travel opportunities imaginable. These massive creatures are simply wonderful to behold and can be found in numerous parts of the world, including Northern Europe, Australia, Alaska, and dozens of other locations. One of the best places to encounter whales is along the Baja Coast of California and Mexico. This region serves as the nursing ground for several different species, making them easy to spot at various times throughout the year. Natural Habitat Adventures offers a variety of whale watching excursions, including chances to see Pacific gray whales up close and personal. 

Gorilla Trekking in Uganda

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One of the most rewarding animal encounter experiences that any adventure traveler can have is a gorilla trek in Uganda . These journeys take visitors into the heart of the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park where they'll have the chance to observe and interact with mountain gorillas in their own natural habitat. These creatures are as curious about humans as we are about them, often wandering within a few feet in order to get a better view. Tourism dollars are used to help protect these creatures and gorilla treks have become one of the best conservation programs in the world. There are a number of companies that offer these excursions, but Mountain Travel Sobek has some of the best, offering options in Rwanda too. 

Visit a Penguin Colony in Antarctica

Penguins have always been popular amongst adventure travelers, and while there are places you can encounter them that aren't in the Antarctic, why would you want to go anywhere else? Some of the largest Emperor penguin colonies are found on the frozen continent itself, with numbers stretching into the hundreds of thousand. Seeing these creatures in their natural habitat is an experience unlike any other as their colonies stretch as far as the eye can see. Lindblad Expeditions offers excellent trips to Antarctica and South Georgia Island, another great place to spot penguins in the wild. 

Join a Tiger Safari in India

Tigers are amongst the w orld's most endangered animals so spotting them in the wild can be a challenge. Fortunately, these majestic creatures are protected in India , where much of the remaining tiger population lives, and part of the conversation process involves adventure travelers going on photo safaris to locate these big cats in their natural habitat. Natural World Safaris operates some of the best tiger excursions in the country, with options to no only interact with the wildlife but also immerse visitors in the local culture too. That isn't always a priority on other safaris, but here it is a top draw. 

See Rhinos in Nepal

When most adventure travelers think about Nepal the first thing that comes to mind is the amazing trekking and climbing that takes place there. But what they don't realize is that the Himalayan country is also a great place to spot wildlife, particularly in the Chitwan National Park . This lowland area far from the mountains is home to a stable population of rhinos, making it a great spot to see these creatures in the wild. The rhinos there are a different species than those found in Africa, but are no less impressive to witness in person. Nepal Safari offers a two-day, one-night rhino excursion that makes a great add-on before or after you trek to Everest Base Camp. 

Run with the Wolves in Belarus

Humans have always been drawn to wolves and that fascination continues even today. One of the best places to encounter these mesmerizing creatures is in the Nalibooki Forest of Belarus. The creatures roam free in this untamed wilderness, where you may also get the chance to spot bison, lynx, beaver, and elk too. Explore! offers some fantastic opportunities  to go in search of these animals, while also experiencing the Belarusian culture and history too. 

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