Wildlife Programme 2019
discover the bush
Go explore the bush savannah and its amazing fauna and flora alongside our nature guides. Every morning and afternoon you will enjoy another safari adventure. Next to game drives and bush walks, you can enhance your wildlife knowledge in our FGASA quality wildlife program: take part in theme safaris (excursions) or attend a bush training session at the Kambakus Wildlife College for deep insights of the Namibian wildlife.
On a theme safari we will take you into the bush – by 4x4 and on foot – to either follow the tracks of mammals, the sounds of the brightly coloured birdlife or to study the leaves and seeds of the scrubs, bushes and trees in the Kambaku Game Reserve. You can also learn more about nature conservation, ecology and research at Kambaku. Always make sure to complement your outdoor excursions with supplementing bush training sessions at the Wildlife College: our wildlife courses offer an abundance of background knowledge and will improve your awareness for the wildlife in the bush enormously.
The perfect mix: themed safari excursions and wildlife classes at the College
During Theme Safaris and Bush Training you will experience safari adventures of a very distinct quality. We want you to understand the beauty of the bush on the whole and would like to draw your attention not only to zebras, giraffs and leopards, but also to the supporting cast. To present you everything of this amazing paradise, our excursions and courses focus on different subjects:
- mammals of the bush savannah
- birds of the bush savannah
- tracks and tracking
- plants of the bush savannah
- Ecology, Conservation & Research at Kambaku (Wildlife Management)
Theme Safari = excursion in the reserve
Discover the bush savannah on a distinct safari trip in the reserve. The excursion will follow a key topic (see above) and is a combination of 4x4 tour, guided walk, game study and watching. Every trip is a unique adventure – you never know what exactly awaits you on tour. Together with like-minded fellows your guide takes you into the bush, tracks down wild animals and guide you to hidden spots for the best sightings.
Be ready for a safari adventure and expect:
- an exciting excursion that follows a key topic (see above)
- a 2 to 2,5 hours experience in the bush
- a sundowner in the glowing sunset of Namibia (for afternoon rides)
Bush Training = classes at the Kambaku Wildlife College
Kambaku's bush training sessions enlarge your knowledge about the nature of Namibia's bush savannah. With descriptive presentations and informative yet entertaining talks, through simple exercises, exhibits and of course discussions with your licensed guides you will learn more about the wildlife and the sensitive ecosystem in the Kambaku Wildlife Reserve. It's knowledge that will intensify your adventures in the wilderness – to create memories that last forever.
Look forward to
- wildlife classes on various key topics (see above)
- 1 to 1,5 hours of intense yet pleasurable trainings
- fully equipped class rooms in Kambaku's Bush College close to the lodge
Upgrades – enjoy an individual wildlife programme
Interested in a private safari adventure? Then upgrade and individualize your bush experience. Want to explore the bush with a private guide on your own? No problem! Just book a private guide for your morning and/or afternoon activity and the car, the guide and the adventure is just yours!
Another wonderful add-on we warmly recommend is a romantic breakfast in the bush. Enjoy sparkling wine, fresh rolls and boiled eggs surrounded by savannah grass and wild animals (minimum two pax).
Kambaku Bush Camp
This one is for adventures – an unforgettable experience in the wilderness: Our bush camp offers you an overnight camping adventure with private guide in the middle of the savannah. The small and rustic outpost of our lodge consists of three simple roof tents, a cozy fireplace, simple sanitary facilities, and offers its guests a night in the bush with an evening Braai (BBQ) for dinner and breakfast after a guided nature walk in the morning.
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