Wilderness Safaris own a wide collection of camps and lodges throughout Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Rwanda and Seychelles. This award winning eco-tourism company recently celebrated “30 years of wilderness” from their humble beginnings in 1983 through to today. Wilderness Safaris now offers the highest standards of service throughout their African safari operations and their eco-friendly camps and lodges. Their goal mission is to protect pristine wilderness areas and share the benefits of tourism with adjacent communities in the process. And through sharing these wild areas with guests
from all over the world visitors, their mission is to help ensure the future of Africa’s wildlife heritage. Wilderness Safaris is synonymous with luxury safari camps in the heart of Botswana, and have long since been one of the main players in the delicatchite environmental management of this pristine wildlife region. Their camps range in price and exclusivity and are graded from the Premier Camps such as Mombo and Vumbura Plains; to the Classic Camps like Chitabe and Kulala; on to the Adventure Camps like Davisons’ and Linyanti Tented Camp. They also have two exciting new camps in Rwanda Bisate Lodge and Magashi. We are proud partners of Wilderness Safaris camps and lodges in Botswana, and therefore have access to excellent rates.
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Set on the crest of a hill in the exclusive Ongava Game Reserve, this premium lodge has breathtaking views of both Ongava and the nearby Etosha National Park - with a wide range of wildlife, including lion and rhino, literally on the lodge's doorstep. Pristine and utterly private, five-star luxury comes standard at Little Ongava, and everything from morning and afternoon drives to spot-lit night drives in open 4x4 vehicles are on offer. Read More
Extreme luxury awaits the discerning traveller at Little Kulala. Situated on the 37 000-hectare private Kulala Wilderness Reserve next to the Namib-Naukluft National Park, it is in close proximity to the dramatic dunes of Sossusvlei. An oasis in the heart of the harsh desert landscape, Little Kulala provides visitors with sophisticated, modern comfort and exciting excursions to the dunes and beyond. Read More
One of Namibia's most eco-friendly safari camps and set in what is said to be the most pristine wilderness area in Namibia, Damaraland Camp has the most spectacular views of ancient valleys, arid desert plains, and the high peaks of the Brandberg Mountains. Visitors rise early to track the endangered black rhino or take nature drives into the Huab River System to see the rare desert elephants and other species that have adapted to desert life, with the odd sighting of lion and cheetah. Read More
Known as the original luxury game lodge near Etosha, Ongava Lodge is perched on top of a small kopje (rocky outcrop), bordering the southern side of the park, while also being part of the private and exclusive Ongava Game Reserve - a wildlife utopia in its own right, with plains teeming with springbok, gemsbok, blue wildebeest, eland and giraffe, to name but a few. Read More
As one of the Wilderness Collection's coveted Vintage camps, Ongava Tented Camp enjoys a picture-perfect location and provides a completely original African wildlife experience in the heart of Namibia's most prominent wildlife hotspot. Tucked into a hidden valley in the Ongava Game Reserve (and on Etosha's doorstep) the mainstays of this unique establishment are absolute privacy, supreme luxury and unrivalled game-viewing opportunities. Read More
Desert Rhino Camp blends into its semi-desert environment in Namibia’s vast 5 000km² Palmwag concession, located between Etosha National Park and the skeleton coast. This camp is also home to Africa’s largest population of black rhino, found outside of a national park. Operated in close conjunction with the local community and the Save The Rhino Trust, this reserve has the core aim of preserving the desert-adapted black rhino, and is one of only two places on earth where you may get to see these rare creatures. Here you will find just 8 luxury safari tents, assuring you of exclusive wildlife experiences in the heart of the Namibian wilderness. Read More
The stark beauty of a fascinating desert landscape makes a stunning setting for Wilderness Safaris’ new Hoanib Skeleton Coast camp. You don’t get more remote than this far corner of Namibia’s Palmwag Concession, the only access by light aircraft, where a surprising variety of wildlife has adapted to the harsh desert climate. Game drives reveal elephant, giraffe, oryx and springbok, occasionally lion and rhino, and desert oases surrounded by flamingo, then there is the rugged Skeleton Coast itself reached by a scenic flight over the dunes. Read More
Located a mere stone's throw from Etosha National Park, Andersson's Camp boasts sweeping views of waterholes, luxuriously appointed accommodation and an eco-sensitive attitude. As a premier wildlife destination, which is roughly the size of Switzerland, Etosha is a must on every visitor to Namibia's itinerary - with large herds of wild animals concentrating near the many waterholes in these African plains. Read More
Located close to the spectacular dunes of Sossusvlei, Kulala Desert Lodge is situated in the Kulala Wilderness Reserve next to the Namib-Naukluft Park, Africa's largest conservation area. With luxurious chalet accommodation amid a dramatic setting of dunes up to 300 metres high and open plains, this is the ideal setting for visitors seeking an oasis in the desert. Read More
Doro Nawas Camp is in the ruggedly beautiful and arid Aba-Huab River Valley, within the Doro!Nawas Conservancy in central Damaraland in northwestern Namibia. The main part of the camp is perched on top of a rocky knoll with dramatic views of the Etendeka Mountains in the north and the red sandstone cliffs of Twyfelfontein in the south. Read More