Under the starry sky with the Himba people in Kaokoland

What a landscape!





High above a cloudless, deep blue sky. The horizon is lost in the dry scrub of low trees, euphorbias and bushes. Isolated redwoods break the boundary line with the firmament. This is northern Namibia, the Etosha Pan with its fascinating wildlife, and Kaokoland, one of the most untouched wilderness areas in Africa.

When you travel to the north of Namibia, to Kaokoland, you want to be at one with nature and forgo the luxuries of civilization in order to really get to know and understand the country and its people

Earth wolves howl from the distance.

Springboks feast their dry mouths at a waterhole.

The sun kisses the mighty dunes of Sossusvlei. A symphony of colors.

No painter in the world could conjure up this scenery on a canvas.

A new day begins. From your simple but stylish tented camp, you explore the flora and fauna a little later, until another play of colors from the sun ends the day.

With the Atlantic Ocean in view, you will drive through the Kuiseb Canyon towards Swakopmund, an ideal starting point to visit the numerous coastal inhabitants by boat. A unique opportunity to see various seabirds, fur seals and the rare Heaviside's dolphins up close.

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Along the legendary Skeleton Coast, named after the numerous shipwrecks that have fallen victim to this treacherous stretch of coastline over the years, and the game-rich Ugab Riverbed, you enter Damaraland and explore the local wildlife, including the rare desert elephants.

Your next stop, the Palmwag Reserve in northwestern Namibia, offers an unparalleled experience for any visitor. This reserve holds several freshwater springs, which are urgently needed for the survival of the black rhino and desert elephant that live here.

After Etosha, the second largest number of predators can be found here. From Palmwag you continue your journey in the form of a safari to Etosha National Park.

There, your exclusive bush camp is located just outside the national park within a private game reserve. Here you will have a panoramic view of a well visited waterhole.

Almost the entire range of big game is represented in the national park, including of course the "Big Five": elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard.

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Geologically, the Skeleton Coast is one of the oldest rock formations on earth.

During a breathtaking flyover you will learn where this coastline got its name from. Several shipwrecks on the beach and numerous bones of stranded whales bear witness to this.

Castaways that landed here had no chance of survival in the desert.

This area is one of the most inhospitable yet attractive places on earth: desolate and uninhabited with miles of sand dunes, wind-swept plains, deep canyons, salt pans, seal colonies and remote Himba villages. Visiting these nomadic hunter-gatherers is one of the highlights of your trip.

The isolated Himba families, who have settled their villages in picturesque valleys, have largely been able to preserve their ancestral way of life and culture. They drive their herds of goats and cattle through the dry steppe as they have always done, always looking for suitable pastures.

In this almost untouched nature of Namibia, the Kaokoland, the sky still opens every evening to the nightly star spectacle, where the Milky Way blurs into a brightly illuminated lake.

A little east of the Skeleton Coast, on the banks of the Kunene River, lies Camp Serra Cafema.

From here you can explore the desert, go on river cruises or quad bike tours through the dunes. Always close to the Himba people, who visit the camp from time to time to teach the guests their way of life and traditions.

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In the middle of the Kalahari, the delta forms one of the largest and most wildlife-rich wetlands in Africa.

The size of the delta and the peculiarity that the water level in the delta reaches its peak exactly when there is a dry season in the surrounding area, have the result that an extremely diverse and dense wildlife has settled in the environment of the Okavango Delta.

There is a lot to see - look forward to it!

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A travel example calculated for you!

Travel price per person in the double room:

from 15.460,00

  • Linienflüge Frankfurt - Windhoek und zurück in der Business Class der Eurowings Discover

  • Scheduled flights Windhoek - Johannesburg - Maun and return in Economy Class with South African Airways

  • 15 days private round trip through Namibia with full board and activities (breakfast in Swakopmund)

  • 3 nights / all-inclusive in the Okavango Delta in Botswana incl. charter flights from/to Maun

  • All necessary transfers in Namibia and Botswana

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  • Guaranteed individual support


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