After a holiday to Namibia, I fell in love with the wide open spaces and the desert. It brings a calm feeling to the soul. After finishing my studies in Cape Town I decided to come back to Namibia. I started working in the tourism industry, as I love planning holidays for clients to want to come and see what Namibia is all about.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Mainly Namibia, but I will be able to assist you with Botswana and Zimbabwe as well. Namibia, a country in southwest Africa, is distinguished by the Namib Desert along its Atlantic Ocean coast. The country is home to diverse wildlife, including a significant cheetah population. The capital, Windhoek, and coastal town Swakopmund contain German colonial-era buildings such as Windhoek's Christuskirche, built in 1907. In the north, Etosha National Park’s salt pan draws game including rhinos and giraffes. In the south the Fish River Canyon, known as the second largest canyon in the world."
How did you get involved in travel?
"I have always loved exploring new places, especially wide open spaces, so it was not difficult to decide what I wanted to do after completing school. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"It is difficult to pinpoint just one experience. Every time is a unique experience as you cannot compare places, areas or countries. However, one of my best experiences was my first time visiting the Skeleton Coast. There are just kilometers of wide open spaces and "nothing." The scenery is so beautiful and ever-changing as you drive from the coast inland. Then out of the blue, you see the desert-adapted elephants. In this desert area. It is just "wow."
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This exciting trip through Namibia brings you a lot of adventure with activities such as African wild cat encounters, game drives, and unique safaris. You'll explore the variety of Namibia's wildlife in Etosha, drive through the Namib Desert, and walk to the top of the famous Dune 45. You'll enjoy a scenic drive on Etendeka Plateau with spectacular views and rest your head in carefully selected accommodations with wild surroundings. It is the perfect trip for the explorer, nature lover, and the adventurous traveler,
This self-drive journey takes you through some of the most beautiful landscapes in Southern Africa. Come in close contact with rare African wild cats on safari and experience the diversity of Nambia, Botswana, and Zimbabwe. Go on a daring adventure, rafting on the Zambezi River, and walk through African deserts and rainforests. You'll experience the mighty Victoria Falls, see the salt pans in Etosha, and set out on a sunset cruise in the wild.
On this 13-day journey through Namibia, embark on a self-guided tour by car. You will spend time among the ancient sand dunes in Sossusvlei and experience the timeless coast of Swakopmund with its fusion of African and German influences. Ultimately, you will have access to exceptional game viewing, from the cozy Hobatere Lodge to the world-famous Etosha National Park.
On this self-guided tour of Namibia, you'll encounter the country’s most breathtaking sights. Begin your journey at the vast Fish River Canyon and travel to coastal Luderitz for ocean views and fresh seafood. A trip to Sossusvlei will reveal the world’s most captivating sand dunes, while a safari in Etosha National Park will be an excursion to remember. Your trip concludes in Okonjima, known as a hotspot for cheetahs and leopards.
With one week in Namibia, travelers can safari through world-renowned Etosha National Park, visit coastal Swakopmund, and marvel at otherworldly Namib Naukluft Park—part of the oldest desert in the world. Hike some of Africa's highest sand dunes, check out the iconic petrified trees of Sossusvlei, and spot wildlife uniquely adapted to survival in Namibia's otherworldy ecosystems.
Seeing the top highlights of otherworldly Namibia on this guided 10-day tour. Climb ancient sand dunes at dawn in Sossusvlei, see German-colonial architecture in coastal Swakopmund, and visit rescued cheetahs at the Africat Foundation. And of course, enjoy two days of safari in Etosha National Park—the best place in the world to see an endangered black rhino.