Namibia lies on the west coast of Africa, north of South Africa. It's a country of vast open landscapes and magnificent arid scenery. It boasts the highest sand-dunes in the world, a wild and arid coastline and Etosha National Park, famous for its wildlife. It offers a wide range of accommodation with the very good option of doing a self-drive safari. Alternatively, if time is limited, fly from destination to destination.
Have a look at this sample of what Namibia has to offer ...
The long open roads in Namibia lend themselves to exploring the country in your own vehicle. Begin your journey in Windhoek, travel to Sossusvlei, the highest sand-dunes in the world, Swakopmund on the arid coast-line, Damaraland in the north west for rhino and elephant viewing, a private concession bordering Etosha National Park, and finally to Okonjima, the cheetah rehabilitation centre.
Fly all the way enabling you to include the the most remote corner of Namibia, staying in luxurious camps in private concessions. Visit Sossusvlei with the highest sand dunes in the world, Damaraland where great rhino conservation has taken place and Serra Cafema, on the Kunene River surrounded by mountains and plains, where the Himba tribe live.
The Grand African Villa, Okonjima
This beautiful villa overlooks a natural waterhole and is situated in secluded wilderness about 10km from the Main Okonjima Camp. There are two luxury rooms in the main house and two separate private suites, which sleep between 8 and 12 people. The communal area has an infinity pool. You will be taken care of by your own chef, hostesss, exclusive guide and camp staff.
Okonjima Nature Reserve is a privately managed protected area of 22000 hectares. It is home to the Africat Foundation, which rescues, researches and rehabilitates cheetah, leopard, lion, caracal, wild dog and hyena.
This is a great venue for a celebratory safari.