Indagare is thrilled to offer this six-night safari in Namibia for members seeking an adventure-filled trip to one of the world’s most fascinating destinations, with awe-inspiring access to natural and cultural sites.
What to Expect
Often described as Africa’s final frontier, Namibia consists mostly of desert, sand dunes, huge open spaces and great swaths of silence. It is one of the least-populated places in the world, and a unique escape beloved for its quiet vastness and meditative quality.
This packaged Indagare Departures itinerary combines the best of our destination expertise, insider intel and special access—while allowing for flexibility and customization—to offer you an effortless and rewarding way to explore the world, starting with Namibia.
On this seven-day adventure, you will get to explore Namibia with conservation specialists, including desert lion and rhinoceros rangers, and see lectures by Emsie Verwey, who runs the Skeleton Coast Brown Hyena Project, and Philip “Flip” Stander, the Namibia-born, Cambridge-educated conservation expert who has been tracking the desert lions for over 35 years (with an exclusive screening of Stander’s documentary, Vanishing Kings).
Additionally, travelers will venture on expert-guided afternoon game drives in the Damaraland region and beyond to track desert-adapted elephants, lions and rhinoceroses. You can also visit Driefontein Village and the Save the Rhino Trust to learn about modern approaches to human-wildlife conflicts, including anti-poaching initiatives.
Along the way, you can relax at two beautiful eco-luxury lodges that offer a variety of immersive wilderness and cultural activities—including traditional game drives, guided tracking and conservation walks and rock art excursions—as well as pampering amenities: Desert Rhino Camp and Damaraland Camp (3 nights each).
Rates From: $8,000 per person, based on double occupancy. This does not include flights to and from Namibia. Customized dates are available upon request.
Ready to learn more? Explore our Destination Guide to Namibia.
WhenFebruary 1 – 7, 2020
Length7 days / 6 nights
Type of TravelerAdventurers , Soul Searchers , Trailblazers