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Namibia light mobile camp

The Kunene Region, Namibia

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A mobile tented camp gives you the freedom to explore at will, setting up camp in new places each night.

Guide Price: From: $350 To: $600

This mobile camp is of the "everything you need but nothing you don't" ilk.  Dome tents with camp beds, proper linen and duvets, fold-up canvas sink, bucket shower (1 between 4 guests), and a “short drop” bush loo.  There are three hearty meals a day (and this is a real feat when travelling through the desert) and cold drinks, and all of this is accomplished with virtually no input from you.  You’ll definitely have a window seat in a very comfy safari vehicle, so no one’s noses will inadvertently appear in your price-winning photo.

Needless to say, the people are what make a mobile safari.  The guide and camp crew walk a fine balance between making the whole shebang run efficiently, and maintaining a relaxed, often jocular atmosphere throughout the trip.

Mobile safaris are an expedition from one area to the next, taking time to stop and see interesting stuff en-route and explore each area in which you find yourself.  Although there is a certain rhythm to the day, you’ll find that there is flexibility to accommodate the interests of the group, which being small, means that you won’t feel as though you are on a mass package holiday.

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Dome tents with bucket shower & bush loo

Guide Price:

From: 350 To: 600

Experience:

A mobile tented camp gives you the freedom to explore at will, setting up camp in new places each night.

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About The Kunene Region and Namibia

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The Kunene Region

The Kunene region encompasses the far northwest of Namibia - certainly one of the least accessible and seldom visited areas of Namibia.  The Kunene River runs through rugged and otherwise dry mountain landscape at the border between northern Namibia and Angola.  South of the river lies a vast landscape of craggy ridges, sweeping valleys of pale grass and very little else.  Formerly known as Kaokoland, the population here amounts to about one person every 2km2 which even by Namibian standards is pretty sparse. Read more?

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The craggy mountains of the Naukluft against the red dunes of the Namib - surreal colours, no matter what time of day
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Namibia

If you are considering travelling to Namibia, chances are you are looking for something out of the ordinary.  A journey through Namibia is all about daily surprises; the impossible number of stars, the expanse of views over desert mountains, the improbable salmon-pink of sand-dunes at sunrise, the ingenuity of small creatures adapted to the harsh environment, the ochre and leather dress of the Himba and petticoated dresses of the Herero, the first taste of ostrich biltong and the excellent seafood. Some recommended experiences in Namibia Family safari through Namib desert An ideal safari holiday for the family, exploring the deserts of Namibia. A safe environment, comfortable accommodation, flexibility plus loads to do. See more and book Flying safari on the Skeleton Coast A special flying safari in a light aircraft, with an expert guide and pilot along Namibia's wild Skeleton Coast. Remote camps, unbelievable scenery. Find out more Mobile safaris in remote NW Namibia A mobile safari and wild camping is one of the few, & best, ways to properly experience the surreal landscape of the Kunene in the remote northwest Nambia. Find out more Camping safari in Sandwich Bay Visit Sandwich Bay, disappear into the remote Namib desert to discover desert-adapted species, gemstones beneath your feet and to sleep beneath the stars . Find out more Read more?

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