Village feasts and dry oshanasFebruary 23, 2017
Life on a table recipe #63 – Smoked Haddock PatéFebruary 28, 2017
Nine African countries. I go where I like.
Founded in Botswana in 1983, Wilderness Safaris is widely recognised as Africa’s foremost ecotourism operator. Guests are given life-changing journeys in some of the most remote and pristine areas in Africa and in so doing help conserve Africa’s spectacular biodiversity and share ecotourism’s benefits with rural people.
Discover Namibia …
BOTSWANA • KENYA • NAMIBIA • RWANDA • SEYCHELLES • SOUTH AFRICA • ZAMBIA • ZIMBABWE
Wilderness Safaris strives to ensure that southern Africa’s most pristine wilderness and wildlife areas are conserved while delivering a wonderful experience for guests through its camps and safaris and sharing the benefits of tourism with local communities. In Namibia, our camps take in the country’s most beautiful places, from the enormous dunes of Sossusvlei to the unique wildlife of the Skeleton Coast, and the stark beauty of Damaraland. Be a part of rhino conservation at Palmwag or visit one of the most remote places on Earth at Serra Cafema on the Kunene River.
Into the Night – Finding geckos in the desert
Wilderness Safaris recently offered me an amazing opportunity to do a biodiversity study at Kulala Desert Lodge. This lodge is situated on 35 000 hectares of […]
Conservation Heroes – Agnes Tjirare Making Waves In Conservation
Agnes Tjirare recently won well-deserved international and local acclaim for her hard work and the passion she invests in conservation. In recognition of her achievements, Travel […]
Little Kulala – A Wilderness Restored
Press Release received from Wilderness Safaris - June 2020 The current rebuild of Little Kulala, Wilderness Safaris’ acclaimed desert retreat in Namibia’s Sossusvlei area, celebrates […]
FIVE YEARS OF RIDE FOR RHINOS
The 2019 RMB Ride for Rhinos, which took place in July, marked the fifth year that riders donned their cycling gear and got on their bikes to pedal through the rugged, but scenic terrain of the Palmwag Concession.
This is my Namibia – Gerhard Thirion
On a photographic safari in a remote part of north-western Namibia we encountered a black rhino bull browsing in a small riverbed. He was roughly 200 […]
Journey to the heart of Serra Cafema
Hiking the Fish River Canyon was never on my bucket list. Sure, I love rocks. I wanted to see it. From the deck of a lodge on the edge of the canyon perhaps. Over a cold beer.
Wilderness Safaris Wins 2018 African Responsible Tourism Awards
Wilderness Safaris has been named Overall Winner in the 2018 African Responsible Tourism Awards (ARTA). This was in addition to a Gold ARTA for its transparent reporting against the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)…
Wilderness Safaris Bush Buddy Programme Enhances Family Safaris
Wilderness Safaris ’ Bush Buddy Programme has been carefully crafted to ensure that its experiential family safaris are not only exciting and entertaining, but also educational – […]
Wilderness Safaris Wins Virtuoso Sustainable Tourism Leadership Award
Wilderness Safaris has won the coveted 2017 Virtuoso Sustainable Tourism Leadership Award, announced at an exclusive event held at the Bellagio on 18 August during the […]
Qorokwe Camp to Open in December 2017
Qorokwe, a new Wilderness Safaris Classic Camp situated in the private, wildlife-rich 26 180 hectares (64 692 acres) Qorokwe Concession in Botswana’s south-eastern Okavango Delta adjacent […]
Desert Rhino Camp
Lying among the rolling, rocky hills of the vast Palmwag Concession, the area around Desert Rhino Camp is known for its tranquil, minimalist beauty, surprising wealth […]
Doro Nawas Camp
A joint venture between Wilderness Safaris and the Doro !Nawas community, Doro Nawas Camp sits atop a rocky hill commanding spectacular views of the Etendeka Mountains […]
Undoubtedly one of the most remote camps in southern Africa, Serra Cafema is located in the extreme northwest of Namibia on the banks of the Kunene […]
Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp
Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp is found in one of the most remote areas of Namibia, straddling the Palmwag area and Skeleton Coast National Park. The stunning […]
Where the wild things are
Connect your trip with Botswana
Damaraland Camp is situated in the Torra Conservancy - an inspirational community partnership in one of the most pristine wilderness areas in Namibia. It is characterized […]
Kulala Desert Lodge
Kulala Desert Lodge boasts magnificent views of the famous sand dunes of Sossusvlei, breathtaking mountain scenery and vast open plains. Set in the 37 000-hectare Kulala […]
Damaraland Camp long-listed for African Responsible Tourism Award
Wilderness Safaris Damaraland Camp in Namibia has been long-listed for a 2017 African Responsible Tourism Award in the Best Accommodation for Social Inclusion category.
HAN Tourism Awards gala honours star performers in tourism
Tourism is everyone’s business, and Namibia’s tourism family once again demonstrated commitment, passion and team-work aimed at advancing Namibia as destination of choice globally. As has become tradition, the Hospitality Association of Namibia hosts an annual tourism awards gala to help honour and celebrate the top performers in the industry.
Getting there – facing challenges in conservation
The opportunity of getting to a destination offers an intriguing chance to those willing to take up the challenge, and that is to complement the fantastic conservation efforts encountered with an equally conservation and environmentally friendly approach to the journey itself. This too is a relatively new mindset amongst a concerned group. Innovative environmental approaches are already emerging. Amongst one of the most effective and environmentally friendly ways of accessing remote destinations is by air, especially if the air transport is tailored to form part of a larger environmental programme.
Wilderness Safaris, reaching new heights across Africa
Little Ruckomechi Camp has opened in Wilderness Safaris’ private concession in Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park, offering an intimate and authentic safari experience in this remarkable wilderness area.
Another World at Serra Cafema
For as long as anyone can remember, the Himba have maintained the same daily routine – rising early, milking the cows and watching as the men and the herds disappear towards the horizon in search of grazing. Day after day, year after year, a pattern that has been repeated for thousands of years until something happens to disrupt it.
Roughing it for rhinos
Pushing the limits for a species on the brink
Namibian guide Chris Bakkes voted one of Africa’s best Guides
Namibia’s international reputation as a top tourism destination was boosted even more recently, when author and Wilderness Safari guide and conservation official Christiaan Bakkes was selected […]
Jostaphine – An Adventure to Remember
“… grateful for the opportunity to have touched her short life in a small way. She is now in peace and she managed to fulfill her […]
Community Game Guards – on the frontlines of conservation in Namibia
By Jana-Mari Smith Positive results from the hosting of a successful Adventure Travel World Summit in Namibia last year, are steadily trickling in. According to feedback […]
Desert Rhino Camp lauded for authenticity
Wilderness Safaris was awarded the Authentic Travel Experience Award at the inaugural Amadeus and WTM Travel Experience Awards, announced at the World Travel Market in London […]
Women in Tourism – from goatherd to regional manager
A landmark Women in Tourism Indaba was held last week in Windhoek, where a number of stand out women involved in the tourism sector were highlighted. With this […]
Sossusvlei: Little Kulala – Wilderness Safaris
Pure luxury, inspired by nature by Ginger Mauney Within the breathtaking spectacle of the Sossusvlei environment in the Namib Desert, surrounded by the highest sand dunes […]