Tour Namibia

Safari trips in Namibia

Go on safari and get to know the land of contrasts! Our guides will show you the best Namibia has to offer. Choose a private tour to enjoy best personal caring on tour and define the travels dates as you wish. We also organise individual tours to other destinations - just send us an e-mail with details about your dream trip!

If you are flexible in time, you may also opt for a team safari, a small group tours with six guests at a max, and enjoy lower travel rates and the company of like-minded travelers. Our team safaris take place once a month, the first booking sets the travel dates. Please find a list of trips that we also offer as group tour here: KAMBAKU TEAM SAFARIS

Zambezi (Caprivi) - Victoria Falls - Chobe NP

8 Days Big Five Safari & Victoria Falls

Enjoy the wetlands paradise, Africa’s largest waterfall and exciting wildlife spotting in just 8 days.
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Details

• Start/end: Kambaku
• Duration: 8 days
• Private Safari
• Book all year long
• Suitable for children

Prices

Price includes accommodation, vehicle, guide and entrance fees

All prices per person:

1 guest >13 yrs. = € 6.400 p.p.
2 guests >13 yrs. = € 4.600 p.p.
3 guests >13 yrs. = € 4.000 p.p.
1 guest 0-12 yrs. = € 1.800 p.p.

Single-room surcharge = € 420 p.p.

Travel Programme

DAY 1 We leave early in a north-easterly direction passing the towns of Otavi and Grootfontein and the village huts of the Kavango region. We pause for lunch in the tropical Zambezi region (former known as the Caprivi). Our destination is a lodge along the Kavango River. Once you have unpacked in your luxury tent, it is time to enjoy sundowners on the river boat, surrounded by hippos and crocodiles.

DAY 2 After breakfast we’ll meander through the Mahango National Park seeking elephants, buffaloes and antelope that inhabit this lush region with its abundant vegetation. Imagine enjoying a picnic lunch under a massive baobab tree before departing for the eastern Zambezi.

DAY 3 Sunrise will find us in a boat quietly slipping down the river edged with reeds and palms. The clear water and shallow spots of the Kwando are ideal for hippo-watching. After breakfast we visit the Lizauli cultural village to learn more about how the Zambezi people benefit from living sustainably. In the afternoon we brave the narrow sandy roads through thick vegetation and along the river in the Susuwe National Park, known for its Big Five.

DAY 4 Today we head for Botswana! After crossing the border, we reach the Chobe National Park by midday. Alongside the Park and close to the Zimbabwean border is the lodge in Kasane which forms the head-quarters for our excursions.

DAY 5 The elephants start out early and so will we. At sunrise our boat tour begins on the Chobe River. We will not be alone, with hippos and huge hungry crocodiles cruising the water too. Later we will traverse the Park by road together with our guide. The Chobe was founded in the late sixties as Botswana’s first national park and is known for its many elephants.

DAY 6
The Victoria Falls is our destination today, known by the name Mosi-oa-Tunya or ‘the smoke that thunders’. That is the name given to the huge waterfall in the Zambezi River by the Kololo-speaking people. Shopping will be on the agenda in the town of Victoria Falls, where art galleries cater to the African art enthusiasts.

DAY 7 We leave early for Namibia. After the trip along the Zambezi region we arrive again at the lodge on the Kavango River for a peaceful dinner at candlelight under the thatch of the lodge. The silence is immense, broken at times by our voices.

DAY 8 Following breakfast, the journey back home to Kambaku commences.  Along the way many vendors offer African hand-made articles, art and souvenirs. Enjoy trading with the locals and obtain beautiful souvenirs at reasonable prices to remind you of your Namibian adventure.

Sossusvlei - Swakopmund - Damara Land - Etosha

8 Days Namibia Safari

Enjoy the beauty Namibia has to offer: unique landscapes and national landmarks, places of significance to cultural history and Namibia‘s precious wildlife.
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Details

• Start / end: Kambaku
 or Airport WDH
• Duration: 8 days
• Private safari

• Book all year long

Price

Price includes accommodation, vehicle, guide and entrance fees

All prices per person
1 guest >13 yrs = € 5.620
p.p. 
2 guests >13 yrs = € 3.900
p.p. 
3 guests >13 yrs = € 3.330
p.p.
 1 guest 0-12 yrs = € 1.420
SR surcharge = € 500 p.P.

Program

DAY 1 Off you go from Windhoek International Airport to the Namib Desert, the place which gave Namibia its name. The Namib Naukluft Na- tional Park covers an area of 50 000km2 in the southwest of the country, including the famous Sossusvlei. At some  ve million years of age, the „place where there is nothing“ – according to the Nama people – is the oldest desert on earth. It is 2000km long from north to south and some of its seemingly endless sand dunes reach up 350m into the sky. With an amazing view from your din- ner table you recover from your journey.

DAY 2 Early in the morning you leave your lodge at the edge of the Sesriem Canyon to enjoy a memorable sunrise on top of a dune. On your way back you visit the Dead Vlei, a salt pan surrounded by sand dunes, where bleached camelthorn trees stand eerily. After breakfast you leave the park and spend the afternoon in the semi-desert close by the Gaub and Kuiseb canyons. Before dinner a sundowner tour includes spectacular views over the mountains, gorges and the valleys clothed in waist-deep desert grass. You might even see the rare mountain zebras on your drive.


DAY 3
Today you head towards the coast. Swakopmund is an old seaport founded by German colonists in former German South West Africa. Here you enjoy a relaxing coastal  air with cafés and shops, a small city museum and inviting spots to rest and saunter.

DAY 4 Today‘s schedule is a desert excursion to meet and greet the „Little Big Five“. The arid dune belt south of Swakopmund is a habitat with extreme living conditions. Together with your guide you track the „Dancing White Lady“ and other survival artists of the desert.

DAY 5 You drive north along the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean. Ship wrecks appear in the fog, a seal colony at Cape Cross passes by. The southern part of the Skeleton Coast National Park surprises with its moonlike surface. Today‘s destination is Twyfelfontein. The rocky site situated in the Kunene Region of north western Namibia contains around 2,000 rock carvings and was approved as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007.

DAY 6 After a stop at the „Petri ed Forest“, a fossil national monument, you leave the bizarre mountain scenery behind and continue to another outstanding safari highlight: the Etosha National Park. You will reach the southern gate of the park in the afternoon. At a waterhole close by the lodge you may get a first glimpse of the magnificent wildlife of Namibia‘s savannah.

DAY 7 The bushveld around the Etosha Pan (Etosha is Ovambo and means „big, white place“ referring to the big salt pan) belongs to antelopes, giraffes, zebras and a thousand more endemic species. On your tour through the park you look out for elephants and lions, meet hyenas, warthogs, vultures and many other animals.

DAY 8 Your safari ends with an early morning game drive and a visit of the old Fort Namutoni. In the afternoon you will arrive at Kambaku, where more wildlife encounters are yet to come.

Zambezi (Caprivi) - Etosha

6 Days Big Five Safari

Experience national parks abounding in game, accommodation in luxury tents and boat tours in the red glow of sunset during a 6 day safari in northern Namibia.
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Details

• Start/end: Kambaku
• Duration: 6 days
• Suitable for children
• Available as private safari
• Available monthly as team safari

Prices

Price includes accommodation, vehicle, guide and entrance fees

All prices per person

Private Safari Trip
1 guest >13 yrs. = € 4.270 p.p.
2 guests >13 yrs. = € 2.970 p.p.
3 guests >13 yrs. = € 2.530 p.p.
1 guest 0-12 yrs. = € 1.050 p.p.
Single-room surcharge = € 300 p.p.

Team Safari
1 guest >16 yrs. = € 2.790 p.p.
Single-room surcharge = € 300 p.p.

Travel Programme

DAY 1 We head northwards to the wetlands paradise and our lodge on the banks of the Okavango River. The sun is greeted from the deck of a river boat while sipping sundowners. A luxury tent awaits our dreams, accompanied by the calls of hippos and elephants.

DAY 2 Early morning in Mahango National Park we’ll go stalking elephants, buffaloes and rare antelope like sitatungas, roans and sables. After breakfast we head to eastern Caprivi, arriving early afternoon at our lodge on the Kwando River. Dusk is spent on a river boat watching the reeds for birdlife.

DAY 3 We wander through the reeds and greens wards of the Kwando at sunrise. By afternoon will be in the Susuwe National Park, a pristine and diverse piece of Africa. Following sandy tracks with our 4x4 we make our way through Big Five country.

DAY 4 We turn westwards again in the early morning, along the Caprivi Strip back to the lodge on the Okavango River. Later we’ll visit the Buffalo National Park, where huge herds of buffalo roam. Our travels end back at the lodge to reminisce about the rewarding day.

DAY 5 Today we head southwards to the Etosha National Park, entering at the old fort Namutoni and spending the afternoon trawling the largest national park in the world. At sunset we leave the Park to spend the night at our lodge on the perimeter.
DAY 6
At start of day we are back searching for elephants taking a bath or lions resting in the shade after a successful hunt. After this early game show we leave for Kambaku Safari Lodge.

Zambezi (Caprivi)

5 Days Big five Safari

5 days in the „Wetland‘s Paradise“ – discover the Wildlife of the Namibian subtropics.
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Details

• Start/end: Kambaku
• Duration: 5 days
• Private Safari
• Book all year long

Price

Price includes accommodation, vehicle, guide and entrance fees

All prices per person

1 guest >13 yrs. = € 3.630 p. p.
2 guests >13 yrs. = € 2.560 p. p.
3 guests >13 yrs. = € 2.210 p. p.
1 guest 0-12 yrs. = € 1.100 p. p.

Single-room surcharge = € 240 p. p.

Travel Programme

DAY 1 Strengthened by a Kambaku breakfast buffet we travel north-eastwards into Namibia’s wetland paradise. Our lodge lies snuggled up on the bank of the Okavango River. From the terrace at sunset we follow the antics of the hippos and hopefully the elephants on the opposite bank. Experience the real Out of Africa feeling with a sundowner.

DAY 2 Early morning game search through the Mahango National Park! Elephants, buffaloes, and rare antelope species such as sitatunga, roan and sable roam the morning hours. After breakfast we travel in the direction of eastern Zambezi until we reach the Kwando River and our lodge early in the afternoon. Sunset is viewed from a boat on the river all set about with reeds and palms. The shallow pools are ideal habitat for hippos and bird varieties.

DAY 3 At sunrise you may walk the open grassy stretches of the Kwando area. The afternoon is spent in the Susuwe National Park in a 4x4 traversing deep sandy tracks and dense vegetation while keeping a lookout for the Big Five.

DAY 4 After sunrise the vehicle heads west, travelling along the Zambezi region to the Okavango River and our lodge. The Buffalo National Park is our afternoon destination alongside the Okavango River. If we are lucky, at the right time at the right place, we may spot large buffalo herds kicking up dust in front of our vehicle.

DAY 5
Dawn is welcomed on the boat. We’ll be watching hippos return after their nocturnal grazing to the river’s security and shade. Back at the lodge a peaceful breakfast awaits us before we take our leave of the Okavango. We travel south past numerous homesteads and vendors offering hand-made arts and crafts. Those who wish may bargain with the locals for souvenirs in remembrance of the safari.

Cape Town

4 Days Cape Safari

A wonderful trip to the fantastic metropole and the finest wine region of Southern Africa
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Details

• Start/end: Airport at Cape Town (CTIA)
• Duration: 4 days
• Private Safari
• Book all year long

Price

Price includes accommodation, vehicle, guide and entrance fees

All prices per person

1 guest >13 yrs. = € 2.110 p. p.
2 guests >13 yrs. = € 1.590 p. p.
3 guests >13 yrs. = € 1.410 p. p.
1 guest 0-12 yrs. = € 530 p. p.

Single-room surcharge = € 180 p. p.

See the Table Mountain, the Twelve Apostles, the penguins and the famous Waterfront of Cape Town. Imagine a tour to the wine route to taste wine, cheese or chocolate, blended with visits to museums and gardens. You’ll also have some free time to fulfil your own dreams.


Take Note
This tour is only available before or after a Kambaku vacation. Kindly advise your clients concerning flights via Cape Town or possible connections.

Namib Desert

5 Days Desert Safari

See the most beautiful desert, an enchanting coastal town alongside the Atlantic plus Namibia’s Small Five.
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Travel Details

• Start: Windhoek Airport,
   end: Kambaku
• Duration: 5 Tage
• Private Safari
• Available at all time

Price

Includes accommodation, vehicle, guide and entrance fees

All prices per person

1 guest >13 yrs. = € 3.200 p. p.
2 guests >13 yrs. = € 2.200 p. p.
3 guests >13 yrs. = € 1.900 p. p.
1 guest 0-12 yrs. = € 780 p. p.

Single-room surcharge = € 240 p. p.

Travel Programme

DAY 1 From the international airport outside Windhoek, we travel directly to the Namib Naukluft Park. This 50 000 square kilometre area is one of the largest conservancies in Namibia. The Naukluft Mountain looms starkly over the gravel plains lined with rivulets. Although the area seems nhospitable, the fragile habitat is home to divergent species that have learnt to adapt to the extremely arid conditions, such as oryx, hyenas, scorpions and ostriches.

DAY 2 We leave early to enjoy the orange-tinted dunes of Sossusvlei at sunrise. At more than 200m they are the highest in the world. After a sojourn at the tiny bakery in Solitaire, the sculptured Naukluft Mountains remain our companion. We cross the photographic Kuiseb River bed and soon reach our lodge at the edge of the park. The magic of the desert surrounds us, with the stars seemingly close enough to touch and only the wind stemming the silence.

DAY 3 The Atlantic awaits us after breakfast. Our journey is characterized by outspread desert all the way to Swakopmund. We arrive by noon in the former harbour town of the German Schutzgebiet – a modern town with a German atmosphere and numerous cafés, souvenir shops and a small museum.

DAY 4 A day of desert. Your guide introduces the Namib Desert to you where life is made possible by the morning mist from the Atlantic Ocean. Seeking the Small Five, we are mesmerised by the sight of the orange-red dunes and the steel blue sky.

DAY 5 In the morning we travel northwards along the coastline. The Cape Cross Seal Colony is our first  stop before turning east. The vegetation becomes denser and soon the arid semi-desert of western Damaraland makes way for the Namibian bush savannah. We enjoy the beauty of Omaruru, Kalkfeld and Otjiwarongo, arriving at Kambaku Safari Lodge in the late afternoon.

Etosha - Damaraland - Swakopmund

5 Days Wildlife & landscape safari

Visit a most famous Namibian National Park, bizarre landscapes and Namibia‘s harbor city within 5 days.
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Details

• Start/end: Kambaku
• Duration: 5 days
• Private Safari
• Available at all time
• Suitable for children

Price

Includes accommodation, vehicle, guide and entrance fees

All prices per person

1 guest >13 yrs. = €  2.980 p. p.
2 guests >13 yrs. = € 2.070 p. p.
3 guests >13 yrs. = € 1.810 p. p.
1 guest 0-12 yrs. = € 800 p. p.

Single-room surcharge = € 240 p. p.

Travel Programme

DAY 1 We leave for Namibia’s most impressive national park, Etosha. It covers over 22 000 square kilometres and more than 113 mammal species can be found in its grass, bush and tree savannah. Watch out for herds of springbuck and zebra. With luck we will see elephants and after a picnic lunch we continue our search for rhinos and lions. When the sun drops into the horizon, we’ll be on our way to our lodge.

DAY 2 Travelling  past  Outjo  and  Khorixas,  we reach the bizarre landscape of Damaraland and pause at the Petrified Forest, claimed to be 240-300 millions of years old. One can still make out the growth rings on many of the fossilised tree trunks. It is thought that the ‘forest’ hails from Angola and was swept there by a huge flood. As we continue, we may see desert elephants in the sparsely populated area. At Twyfelfontein there are some 2 500 rock paintings and engravings to explore and transport you back to an age so difficult to understand today.

DAY 3 Atlantic, here we come! On our way to the coastal town of Swakopmund we stop at the Cape Cross Seal Colony. Thousands of animals live off the  Skeleton Coast, drawn by the fish resources of the cold Benguela stream. After a memorable trip through the moon landscape of the Skeleton Coast Park, we reach Swakopmund by nightfall.

DAY 4 Our day starts with a boat trip on the Atlantic Ocean. Accompanied by porpoises and seals, experience the sea air while sipping champagne and eating fresh oysters. You are free to spend the afternoon as you wish. Swakopmund and vicinity offer numerous activities.

DAY 5 The morning sees us leaving either for Kambaku or Windhoek where we wander through the main street before heading for the Hosea Kutako Intern. Airport.

Damaraland - Swakopmund

4 Days Desert safari with natural history

The most beautiful desert in the world, incredible vistas and landscapes as well as natural monuments dating back millions of years.
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Details

• Start / end: Kambaku Lodge or
   Windhoek airport
• Duration: 4 days
• Suitable for children
• Available as private safari at all time
• Available monthly as team

Price

Includes accommodation, vehicle, guide and entrance fees

All prices per person

Private Safari Trip
1 guest  >13 yrs. = € 2.430 p. p.
2 guests >13 yrs. = € 1.690 p. p.
3 guests >13 yrs. = € 1.450 p. p.
1 guests 0-12 yrs. = € 650 p. p.
Single-room surcharge = € 180 p. p.

Team Safari
1 guest >16 yrs. = € 1.590 p. p.
Single-room surcharge = € 180 p. p.

Travel Programme

DAY 1 Travelling past Outjo and Khorixas, we reach the bizarre landscape of Damaraland and pause at the Petrified Forest, claimed to be 240-300 millions of years old. Even if the some 60 fossilised tree trunks have broken into bits and pieces, one can still make out the growth rings. It is thought that the ‘forest’ hails from Angola and was swept there by a huge flood. As we continue, we may see desert elephants in the sparsely populated area. At Twyfelfontein there are some 2 500 rock paintings and engravings to be seen, witnesses to a time long past with values and ideals we struggle to understand today.

DAY 2 Atlantic, here we come! On our way to the coastal town of Swakopmund we stop at the Cape Cross Seal Colony. Thousands of animals live off the Skeleton Coast, drawn by the fish resources of the cold Benguela stream. After a memorable trip through the moon landscape of the Skeleton Coast Park, we reach Swakopmund by nightfall.

DAY 3 Our day starts with a boat trip on the Atlantic Ocean. Accompanied by porpoises and seals, experience the sea air while sipping champagne and eating fresh oysters. You are free to spend the afternoon as you wish. We recommend a city tour and a visit to the small Swakopmund Museum.

DAY 4 The morning sees us leaving either for Kambaku or Windhoek where we wander through the main street before heading for the Hosea Kutako Intern. Airport.