Loading

Namibia Desert & Cheetah Safari

By David Tett | July 3

Bushtracks' Founder & Owner is a sixth-generation Southern African, born and raised in Harare, Zimbabwe, later earning a Bachelor of Science degree in DNA technology from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. He founded Bushtracks Expeditions in 1989 and has been traveling extensively throughout Africa for more than 45 years. Combining his interest in ecosystems and the varied ecology of Africa with photographic safaris, he develops educational programs that include traditional cultures and wildlife. He is keenly interested in how nature tourism affects rural African communities and has worked with several projects that successfully integrate communities, the environment, and wildlife viewing.

baby-cheetahs-namibia-okinjima

THE BEAUTY, THE BEASTS AND THE BEACH

Explore the dunes of Sossusvlei and the awesome space of the Namib Desert, counted as the oldest desert in the world. Sossusvlei is Namibia's famous highlight in the heart of the Namib Desert. Some of the spectacular hills of sand are, at a height of 300 metres, the highest in the world.

kulala_desert_lodge_bushracks_safaris
A Desert Walk at Sossusvlei, Nambia at Kulala Desert Lodge

About Our Namibia Desert & Cheetah Safari

Only after a heavy rainfall, which is a rare event in the Namib Desert, does the vlei fill with water. As the clay layers hardly allow any water infiltration, a turquoise lake will remain for quite some time. Wildlife here is fascinating in its adaptation to the harsh conditions. Guests are thrilled to see springbok, gemsbok, ostrich, bat-eared fox, the rarely seen aardwolf and many small fauna.

ongava_tented_camp_patio
Ongava Tented Camp, Etosha, Southern  Namibia

namibia-desert-and-cheetah-safari-trip-map

THE ITINERARY


 

 

Topics: Namibia, Deserts of Africa, Cheetahs

Subscribe to Email Updates

Stay Connected to Bushtracks

In Our Travelers' Words

Topics

see all

Planning Resources

African Safaris Brochure
Printed Map of Africa
10 Crucial Questions to Ask Your Safari Company