After spending the night in the Capital city, start your journey by driving north to Ai Aiba, which is set in the foothills of the Erongo Mountains on the edge of the enormous Erongo Crater. Continue north, Desert Rhino camp in conjunction with the Save the Rhino Trust and is the central research base for monitoring and tracking Africa’s last free roaming Black Rhino population, giving you an incredible opportunity to learn and understand a little more about these highly endangered creatures.
Spending two nights at the newly opened Shipwreck lodge, this unique and remote lodge is located in the famous Skeleton Coast Central Concession between the Hoarusib and Hoanib Rivers and inside the Skeleton Coast Park, only 68km from Mowe Bay. Make your way to Etendeka, the concession is part of the old Damaraland where the wildlife, living alongside nomadic pastoralists, is truly wild and free to roam uninhibited.
Next stop is Ongava Tented camp, which is located on the famous Ongava concession, a private nature reserve bordering the Etosha National Park. Lastly, spending one night at Okonjima, learn more about the Africat Foundation, who works with farmers and the public to conserve the big cat species of Namibia. The project is there to educate the local communities on how to work with big cat species rather than capturing them and removing them from arable land, and includes a local school.