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Many of our hunters and their guests take the opportunity while in Namibia, usually following their hunting safari, to see more of our beautiful country. We would be happy to arrange an itinerary and guide your customized tour, according to your interests and time availability, from half-day excursions to extensive tours of the country.

Every detail will be taken care of during your all-inclusive private tour. All travel will be made in comfortable, reliable vehicles, although for some more remote destinations it may be preferable to charter an aircraft to save time, at an additional charge.

Be assured, whatever the destination that we always provide our guests with the best accommodations and services available. Although the sightseeing opportunities in Namibia are too numerous to list, you will find a brief description below of our most popular destinations. Please contact us to discuss the many touring options available.

“Visiting Namibia was the highlight of our year! We had a wonderful trip, both hunting and touring Etosha and the Desert” Dr. Charles Nadler

Tour of the Waterberg Plateau National Park

Our neighbor, the Waterberg Plateau is one of the most magnificent geological formations in Namibia and is easily seen from anywhere within Ozondjahe Hunting Safaris territory.

The reserve’s dramatic vertical cliffs rise more than 650 feet (200 meter) above the surrounding plains, creating natural boundaries which help protect the rare and endangered species that have been successfully resettled there to ensure their survival.

Since 1972, the 100,000 acre (41.000 hectares) sanctuary has become a prosperous natural breeding environment for the highly endangered Black and White Rhinoceros and home to Cape Buffalo, Roan Antelope, Sable Antelope and Tsessebe to name a few.

For a half-day excursion it takes 40 minutes by car from Ozondjahe Hunting Safaris to reach the departure point for the three-hour game drive, guided by Park Rangers. No private vehicles are allowed into the Park. Please contact us for prices.

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black rhino
waterberg plateau
waterberg plateau drive


Tour of Etosha National Park

A tour of Namibia would be incomplete without a visit to Etosha National Park, our most popular excursion destination and one of the world’s greatest game reserves.

A one-day visit is possible due to the park’s close proximity to Ozondjahe Hunting Safaris, leaving early in the morning, with an hour and a half drive to the Southern gate and returning later that evening.

Although a two-day tour of Etosha, with an overnight stay at one of the three Lodges within the park, is preferable for those who wish to experience the night game viewing. At the floodlit waterholes, it is common to see Elephant, Black and White Rhinoceros, Lion, Leopard, Hyena or often-unseen nocturnal species.

This huge sanctuary is home to over 100 mammal species including many rare and endangered animals and is some 8,598 square miles (22.270 km2) in extent with a network of 435 miles (700 km) of gravel roads. Please contact us for prices.

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one of the camps at etosha
waterhole at etosha
game viewing from one of etosha's camps


Tour of Swakopmund

Visiting Swakopmund, a colonial German seaside town and Namibia’s premier holiday resort, is like stepping back in time. Not only will you be enchanted by its historic European charm, but delighted by the multitude of diverse points of interest to be explored within the immediately surroundings.

Because there is so much to see, as well as being a four and a half hour drive from Ozondjahe Hunting Safaris, we require a minimum visit of two days and one night. During which time you will be staying at the best hotel in the heart of Swakopmund. In the evening(s) you will enjoy delicious meals, fresh seafood being the favorite for many, especially the local rock lobster and oysters.

Using the city as our hub we can visit such sights as the Namib Desert, home to extraordinary landscapes, animals and plant life. Unique to the Desert in this region is the oldest living plant in the world, the Welwitschia Mirabilis, an octopus like giant which can reach 2000 years of age. We can view the “Moon Landscape” created by the mighty Swakop River flowing towards the sea, that has been sculpting and eroding the land for millions of years until it created an unearthly effect, or the spectacular contrast of the orange sand dunes meeting the Atlantic Ocean.

Other impressive sites to see are Cape Cross, a noteworthy historical landmark, located in the center of the sole breeding colony of 100,000 Cape Fur Seals on mainland and the Walvis Bay Nature Reserve, a wetland bird sanctuary boasting, at any given time, as many as 200,000 birds; Flamingo, Pelican and Sand Piper to name a few.

Some leisure time may also be available to explore the quaint town of Swakopmund itself, do a bit of shopping, walk on the beach or visit the local museum. Please contact us for prices.

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swakopmund's lighthouse cape fur seals swakopmund colonial german seaside town
desert tour
welwitschia mirabilis


Tour of Sossusvlei

The bright red-orange crescent shaped sand dunes at Sossusvlei are one of Namibia’s top attractions and reputed to be the highest dunes in the world. At around 1066 ft (325m) high, these ever changing, wind sculpted giants are truly a spectacular and impressive site. Sossusvlei is so overwhelmingly beautiful that many people say that visiting the undulating dune sea is one of the most memorable experiences of their lifetime.

One would expect this vast sandy landscape to be barren, but to the contrary the Namib is home to a number of specialized animal species, all have adapted to the harsh environment, many by seeking shelter underground to escape the heat, and obtaining their precious water solely from fog condensation. You will be accommodated as well as eat your meals at a very comfortable lodge outside of the Park, from where guided tours will depart.

Due to the long distance (220 miles/350km) and some unpaved sections of the road, from Swakopmund to Sossusvlei it is a six-hour drive and may not be possible at certain time of the year. For this trip it is necessary to spend a minimum of two nights and is best done as an extension to the Tour of Swakopmund. If time is limited, an alternative is to charter an aircraft, either from Ozondjahe Hunting Safaris private runway or from Swakopmund airport for an additional charge. Please contact us for prices.

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sand dunes at sossusvlei



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Jerome Philippe, son of the owner
California, USA
Tel (1) 714.470.1102
P.O. Box 419
Otjiwarongo, Namibia
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