Family travel is one of the world’s fastest growing sectors and we can arrange for families to stay in camps where staff are accustomed to children and also happy to involve the children in duties where possible - they can often be found helping to prepare snacks in the kitchen with the chefs or out on walks with the local guides. Family safaris are not in any way lesser or ‘watered down’ safaris; they still offer great areas, top guides and excellent experiences, but with the high degree of flexibility that families often need. All children travelling with us automatically qualify for our GUIDES IN TRAINING programme.
Our camps are conservation impact investments, pioneering environmental sustainability, community development and conservation. Our philosophy is that the investment into our camps should be moderate from both a financial and environmental perspective, ensuring sustainability on all levels without the pressure of having to recoup large financial investments. This keeps the focus on re-investing revenue into conservation and the provision of Life Enriching Journeys through offering stays as part of truly unique experiences.
The Nest @ Sossus
The Nest @ Sossus is tucked away in a lush valley on the private Namib Tsaris Conservancy, and it backs up against the g
Camp Sossus is built in a naturally formed amphitheatre of a south-facing granite outcrop within striking distance of So
Huab Under Canvas
Huab Under Canvas is nestled in a grove of Mopane trees on the banks of a tributary of the //Huab River in the heart of
Onduli Ridge, named after the resident giraffe of the area, is built at the base of two south facing granite outcrops which are connected by a ridge.
Located in Windhoek and named after the famous explorer Sir Francis Galton, Galton House has a relaxed but efficient sty
Mobile Meru Camp
Comfort Mobile Camp
Rectangular Meru tents (4m x 3m and 2.5 m high) with built in groundsheets and mosquito screens on all doors and windows
Mobile Dome Camp
Adventure Mobile Camp
Dome tents (3m x 3m and 2.1 m high) with built in groundsheets and mosquito screens on all doors and windows. Each tent