- Meet friendly Himba tribes
- Spend three days in remote Iona National Park
- Enjoy game viewing in Etosha National Park
This is a trip for anyone who is ready to get away from the normal tourist trail and explore a remote but fascinating part of Southern Africa; a hardly inhabited area of dramatic beauty and incredible scenery where age-old tribes eke out a nomadic existence and animals roam beyond the borders of any national park. This is a pioneering journey through remote lands where few others have been, following faint sand tracks instead of roads, sleeping under the stars where no hotel would feature, and meeting the magnificent Himba tribe who are strangers to modern society and live as their ancestors have for many centuries.
What makes this trip responsible?
Our local partners have a long tradition of running tours in these remote and largely unspoilt areas of Namibia and Angola. They have, developed close relationships with the local communities and make sure to use local community conservancies and camp-grounds. They provide, whenever possible, permanent or temporary employment to local community members as guides, assistant drivers or field camp staff. Firewood and other valuable resources are purchased from these local communities. As a camping trip, the impact on the local environment is kept to a minimum.
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