Namibia Camping Safaris
Camping Safaris Offer An Authentic African Wilderness Experience In Namibia
Mobile camping safaris are the perfect way to experience the country's stunning landscapes and abundant wildlife. Travelling by 4x4 or 4x2 safari vehicle, you will explore some of the most remote areas of Namibia while staying in comfortable dome tents in remote locations, all with suitable amenities. With a guide and assistant/ cook taking care of all the camp duties, you will have plenty of time to enjoy nature at its best.
If you're looking for an authentic African wilderness experience, then mobile camping tours are definitely for you!
Imagine waking up every morning surrounded by nothing but sand dunes as far as the eye can see. Or watching herds of zebra gallop across golden plains while lions prowl nearby.
With experienced guides by your side, you can relax knowing that most aspects are taken care of, your camping adventure will be taken care of, and all you have to do is sit back and enjoy yourself. Without question, a Namibia safari will be one of your most memorable experiences in Africa!
Below are just a few of the camping options that we have available; private safari tours can be booked should you require a bit more of a personal experience.
Mobile Camping Safaris in Namibia
Skeleton Coast Safari
Rates On Request
The Skeleton Coast Safari is a unique 12-day safari that takes in some of the most remote and uninhabited regions in Africa, Namibia's Skeleton Coast National Park as well as the scenic Damaraland and Kaokoland regions.
Classic Namibia Safari
From NAD$ 43 700.00 per person
Explore the country on this 12-day serviced 'classic' mobile camping safari offering exclusive campsites within Namibia's most visited and spectacular destinations, Etosha Park, Damaraland, Swakopmund and the Namib Desert.
Windhoek to Victoria Falls Safari
From NAD$ 28 890.00 per person
This 15-day safari explores the northern regions of Namibia as well as Botswana's Chobe park and ends in Victoria Falls.
Highlights include the Namib Desert, Swakopmund, Etosha National Park, Caprivi Strip and of course Victoria Falls.
Discover Kaokoland Safari
From NAD$ 55 375.00 per person
This 12-day guided camping safari offers one the perfect opportunity to encounter Namibia's desert-adapted elephants, the nomadic cultural Ovahimbas, as well as the mighty Kunene River and its spectacular Epupa waterfall. Visit Etosha, Damaraland and Kaokoland.
Kaokoland & Kunene Safari
From NAD$ 28 375.00 per person
A 7-day safari that departs from Palmwag Lodge in the Damaraland of Namibia that offers one the chance to take in the Kaokoland, eastern border of the Skeleton Coast and the Kunene River all the while wild camping in remote and beautiful locations.
Classic North East Safari
From NAD$ 46 125.00 per person
A very different 11-day Namibia safari that offers up the Khaudum Game Park, a densely wooded wilderness reserve and the lush wilderness of riverine forests, swamps and open woodland near the Caprivi region bordering Botswana.
Epupa and Ovahimba Safari
From NAD$ 28 875.00 per person
5-days of exploring some of the most stunning yet remote areas of Namibia on a camping safari from the Damaraland area to the Kaokoland and all the way up North to the majestic Epupa Waterfalls on the mighty Kunene River.
Desert Elephants & Rhino
From NAD$ 19 625.00 per person
A 4-day safari that starts and ends in the Damaraland area of Namibia, days are spent tracking down the famous desert elephant as well as the threatened black rhino in the 5000 km² private concession area of Palmwag Lodge.
The Road To Sossusvlei
Once one navigates the main Sesriem entrance gates and enters the national park a pleasant surprise awaits, a tarred road (yes, a tarred road) that extends all the way through to the main parking area near Sossusvlei.
Cape Town To The Kunene River
In November and December of last year (2019), we loaded our Jeep and headed north out of Cape Town, destination Namibia and the Kunene River, her border with Angola.
A couple of thousand kilometres later, we returned, this time, more in love with country than ever.
Windhoek Oktoberfest 2021
On the 25th and 26th of October, the Sports Klub Windhoek will host the 55th edition of the Oktoberfest. Over 5000 people are expected to attend (compared to 1000 in 2010).
Adding a certain local flavour will be the Namibian band Famaz Attak, and there will be long-established activities and games like archery and tree trunk sawing.
Top 5 restaurants in Windhoek
Continuing our series of dining in Africa, we look at Windhoek. More and more visitors are becoming aware of the unique attractions that this country as a safari destination has to offer.
Nowhere is too far to travel in this small (and clean) city of 330,000 but be warned when you go out to eat, vegetarianism is not common!
Best Places To Go In Namibia
The Uyaphi team has compiled a list of the "Best Places to go" which most safari itineraries would include. A different destination from most African safari destinations.
Instead of lush green forests or open savannas, the primary attraction being vast, open deserts interspersed with canyons, mountain ranges, and oasis.
Living With The Himba
In May 2012, we arranged for Uyaphi.Com client Ken Vine from Devon in England to stay with the traditional Himba people in two remote villages in the middle of Kaokoland.
He lived, slept, ate, conversed and photographed these Himba villagers.