Suggested Length: 9 days/8 nights

Starts From: $8500 per person

Country: Namibia

Namibia is currently at the forefront of conservation in Africa, with almost 45% of land under protection. Its successful ‘conservancy movement’ has brought about remarkable increases in wildlife and income generation. It has the largest populations of cheetahs and black rhinos in the world!

The focus of this safari is on elephant and rhino conservation in Namibia. You will spend time at AfriCat Foundation, stay at eco-luxe lodges like Desert Rhino Camp, and have your own professional and experienced conservation safari guide.

10% of costs are donated to the EHRA Peace Project through The Bodhi Tree Foundation’s Power of 10 Campaign