Namibia - Fly In Safari Lodges


Namibia really is a land of contrasts - a cliche used on many a marketing document, but for good reason.  From the Namib & Kalahari Deserts in the south,  Fish River Canyon, the barren Skeleton Coast, Semi nomadic Himba tribes in the north, exquisite scenery and wildlife in Damaraland, Etosha National Park and the lush game parks of the Caprivi Strip...there really is something for everybody in an ever changing landscape!


The following lodges can be combined to create a Fly In Safari.  You can also combine with other neighbouring countries to experience more of Southern Africa.


Please contact us for a consultant to assist with your Fly In Safari.

Etosha National Park

Etosha is the jewel in Namibia's crown, home to a wide variety of bird and animal life.

4 of the Big 5 (lion, elephant, black rhino and leopard) can be found as well as zebra, giraffe, oryx, kudu, springbok, black faced impala and many others.


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Ongava Lodge

Ongava Tented Camp

Little Ongava



Onguma Fort

Onguma Tented Camp

Onguma Tree Top Camp

Mokuti Lodge

Villa Mushara

Mushara Outpost

The Namib Desert stretches 1200km in length, but is a mere 70kms in width and is home to the highest dunes in the world.

A visit to the towering red sand dunes of the Namib Desert is a highlight of many travellers visits to Namibia and is quite unmissable.


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Sossusvlei Desert Lodge

Little Kulala

Kulala Desert Lodge

Hoodia Desert Lodge

Sossus Dune Lodge

Attractions in Damaraland included:-

  • Twyfelfontein : The area around Twyfelfontein houses rock engravings possibly up to 6000 years old, the Petrified Forest, petrified tree trunks that were carried downstream in a great flood from the north dated at 250million years old, the Burnt Mountain and the Organ Pipes, dolerite pillars approcimately 120 million years old

  • Desert elephant and rhino tracking : A popular activity at many of the lodges in the area to allow you to go out with qualified rangers and track these elusive creatures.


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Desert Rhino Camp

Damaraland Camp

Doro Nawas

Mowani Mountain Camp

One of the last remaining wilderness areas in Namibia. kaokoland is home to the semi nomadic Himba tribe who still maintain their traditional ways and mostly remain isolated from the modern world. The Himba wear little clothing and the women are famous for covering themselves in a mixture of butter fat and ochre giving them a distinctly red, earthly look. The women are intrigued by beuaty and braid each others hair covering it in the ochre mix. Visits to Himba settlements can be arranged for you.


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Serra Cafema

Okahirongo Elephant Lodge

Okahirongo River Camp


Fish River Canyon
Swakopmund & Walvis Bay

Mahangu, Bwabwata, Mamili and Mudumu National Parks : These national parks based in the Caprivi region of Namibia are less visited by tourists due to their location, but the Caprivi has so much to offer that for a true Namibian wildlife experience they are unmissable and each offer something a little different.

The majority of lodges are located on riverfronts and so boat and mokoro excursions are popular.  Most lodges also offer fishing for tiger fish.


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Lianshulu Lodge

Susuwe Island Lodge

The Fish River Canyon is the second oldest canyon in the world and the largest in Africa.

Various activities can be organised from hiking and horse trails to game drives and sundowner drives.


Fish River Lodge is the only lodge with a canyon rim view, which is perfect for sunrise and sunset.


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Canyon Lodge

Canyon Village

Canyon Roadhouse

Swakopmund and Walvis Bay are the adventure capitals of Namibia.


Using Swakopmund as your base you can take part in sky diving, scenic flights over the Skeleton Coast, quadbiking and sandboarding on the dunes, seal and dolphin cruises, kayaking with seals, exciting day trips to Sandwich Harbour and much, much more.


All lodges and guesthouses in Swakopmund can be reached by light aircraft

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