Book your accommodation in Namibia’s National Parks (owned and operated by Namibia Wildlife Resorts), including the Etosha National Park and Sossusvlei for your Namibia Travel through the offices of Namibia Reservations! Click here to start booking...
Overnight safaris on the houseboats will take you down the Zambezi and/or Chobe Rivers to enjoy, with the river as your platform, the fascinating array of fauna and flora this region has to offer. Travel at a leisurely pace down the expanse of these mighty rivers with its endless floodplains and breathtaking sunsets. Click here to start booking...
Botswana is a premier safari destination in Africa offering some of the best wildlife viewing on the planet, especially in and around the Chobe and Okavango Delta region.
Namibia Reservations gives its clients the oportunity to book resorts which are owned and operated by Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) Limited. Following please find a brief description from NWR advertising material:
Namibia Wildlife Resorts Limited welcomes you to our beautiful country, Namibia!
With 18 resorts and camping sites at all the prime tourist attractions across the country, you can be assured of experiencing the best of Namibia when you stay with us. Rugged yet fragile, barren but beautiful, haunting Namibia is an undiscovered wilderness that epitmises the magic of Africa. Vast tracts of land featuring the country’s major habitat types are represented in a network of conservation areas. Large number of game species are abundant in the many parks and include large mammals like the elephant, rhino, giraffe and buffalo, as well as the big cats - lion, leopard and cheetah. Namibia is richly endowed with bird life. More than 630 of the 887 bird species listed for Southern Africa are recorded in Namibia, of which about 500 breed locally. An extra dimension of interest is found in the extraordinary way that animal, plant and indeed human populations have adapted to survive in Namibia’s dry climate, typical of a semi-desert country where droughts are a regular occurrence. A very distinct example is the desert plant known as the Welwitschia mirabilis, endemic to the Namib Desert and one of the oldest plants known to man. There are approximately 200 endemic plant species and more than 120 different trees growing in the country.
Namibia Wildlife Resorts ’s resorts and camping sites are evenly spread across Namibia, allowing the visitor to enjoy all the splendours of our magnificent country without having to travel far to reach their next destination. We hope you have a pleasant stay with us.