Namibia Conservation Safari

With Iolo Williams

8th – 20th November 2020

A very special wildlife conservation safari to Namibia exploring the Skeleton Coast, Damaraland, Etosha, Okonjima, Erongo, Swakopmund.

Skeleton Coast & Damaraland

Desert adpated wildlife including Desert Elephants, Lions and Meerkats. Rhino tracking on foot.

Etosha National Park

Known for its spectacular game viewing and the waterholes that attract huge numbers of game. One hundred and fourteen species of mammal are found in the park and it’s the best place in the world to see Black Rhino. Other game include elephant, lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, giraffe, honey-badger, black-faced impala, kudu, eland, damara dik-dik, warthog and big herds of springbok, zebra, blue wildebeest, red hartebeest and oryx. More than 300 species of birds are found here and it’s brilliant for finding raptors. One of the highlights of the park is floodlit waterholes where game viewing continues long after the sun has set.


Okonjima Nature Reserve in central Namibia is home to The AfriCat Foundation. It has grown significantly since it was established as a welfare organisation in the early 1990s and registered as a non-profit organisation in 1993. Today AfriCat’s mission is the long-term conservation of some of Namibia’s large carnivores – such as brown hyaena, leopard and cheetah, all of which can be seen during an environmental education visit to Okonjima. Leopard tracking and cheetah tracking on foot.


The Erongo Mountain range stretches across the plains between the towns of Omaruru and Karibib, and is home to a remarkably rich natural heritage. This expanse of rugged wilderness serves as one of Namibia’s most popular tourist drawcards, attracting visitors with its spectacularly scenic landscapes, magnificent caves and rock painting sites, and its impressive array of wildlife species. These include, among others: rhino, elephant, cheetah, leopard, giraffe, wildebeest, impala, blesbok, waterbuck, kudu, warthog, mountain zebra, oryx, eland, springbok and over 200 species of bird.

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