Activities

Private Guide

Na’unku se

Hot Air balloon 

We know that every traveler has their own dreams and wishes when it comes to their trip of a lifetime. We’ve spent  years helping people like you realize those dreams. Our Luxury packages were designed to show you the very best of Namibia just as thousands before you have been thrilled and excited to.

 

We care about your experience  and would   design a truly one of a kind adventure to fit your personal needs.  All in luxury  & comfort amongst the most plentiful 
wildlife anywhere in Africa.

Located only thirty minutes from Hosea Kutako International Airport amongst camel thorn trees, riverbeds, and a stone canyon, the Naankuse Lodge is perfectly situated to start or finish your trip to Namibia. 

 


With a range of enjoyable activities available,including carnivore feeding tours, and cheetah walks,you are sure to enjoy an unforgettable   African holiday with us.



At sunrise, in the world’s oldest desert, witness a spectacular hot air balloon inflation, and set out on the flight of a lifetime… From the best platform, in the most romantic way, soar with the winds for an hour, over the oceans of sand and mountains, endless vistas of shadows and lights. Your destination?

The Sossusvlei dunes or the splendour of the desert. At landing, you come back to earth with   an “OutOf Africa” style Champagne breakfast 
set up in themiddle of nowhere. Your pilot will present you with a flight certificate before 
you take a leisurely nature drive back to the 
pick-up point. It is an experience like no 
other, the experience of a lifetime.

The Toasted Hostess

The Corkscrew Diary is a global travelogue about wine and food. Arguably, there are few better places to experience a wine than with the wine maker, in the cellar at the vineyard on which the fruit was nurtured. By revealing a wine in the place in which it was created, light is shed not only on the characters in the wine, but the characters that have crafted the juice as well as the life and qualities of the region. The Toasted Hostess takes you there.

The Toasted Hostess, Deborah Gee is everyone. She's real, engaging, curious and enthusiasticDeborah has opened her own Corkscrew Diary to demystify the world of wine, making it an   
enjoyable, understandable, less presumptuous  
additive to the every day.

Desert & Dolphin 

Whether it is a morning on the water with adventure, drinks, food and the best Walvis Bay oysters, or a full Marine Dune day where you will drive through the massive sand dunes, Mola Mola is a part of your Namibian adventure not to be missed!  

In the bay we often see the enormous Mola Mola or Sunfish that can reach up to 3 000 kg! The endemic Heavyside or Benguella dolphin is 
unique to this part of the world and we 
average 95% success rate in seeing them, the 
Atlantic bottle nose dolphins are seen about  75% of the time! Whales are here mostly 
between June and November; seals and pelicans up close are always part of your excursion!

Victoria Falls

One of the greatest attractions in Africa and one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, Victoria Falls is located on the Zambezi River, the fourth largest river in Africa, which is also defining the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.  Victoria Falls is the only waterfall in the world with a length of more than a kilometer and a height of more than hundred meters. It is also considered to be the largest fall in the world.  

The noise of Victoria Falls can be heard from a distance of 40 kilometers, while the spray  and mist from the falling water is rising to a height of  over 400 meters and can be seen   from a distance of 50 kilometers. No wonder   that the local tribes use to call the 
waterfall M. osi-o-Tunya            
“The smoke that thunders”.

Elephant Back Safari

Shearwater’s herd of twelve elephants reside on the Jafuta Game Reserve, a few kilometres outside of Victoria Falls.  Each Elephant has formed a close bond with their personal Induna (elephant handler) who live permanently with the elephants and understand each elephant’s unique character and traits.  Participate in a Breakfast or Sundowner Elephant Back Safari and seize the opportunity to ride on these magnificent animals in their natural habitat.

You will learn about their life stories, behaviour patterns and anatomy   from the knowledgeable Indunas who accompany every safari.  After the 45  minute ride in the African bush, where abundant wildlife is often 
encountered, you will participate in a close-up interaction with your 
elephant during which time you will feed, touch and bond with your gentle giant.