Wilderness Safaris News Updates


INTRODUCING…

DumaTau and Little DumaTau

DumaTau, a beloved Wilderness Safaris Camp since 1997, is taking another step forward in its journey. We’re thrilled to announce that we’re upgrading DumaTau and creating Little DumaTau – two Premier Camps in the wonder-filled Linyanti Wildlife Reserve.

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EXPERIENCE A SUMMER SAFARI

As we enter summer in the southern hemisphere, we look forward to the many attractions that this time of year heralds – especially on safari. The months between October and March are normally associated with sunny summer days on the beach, but within our Wilderness Safaris regions, there’s a lot more on offer…

THE ATTRACTIONS OF SUMMER ON SAFARI

10 AMAZING PLACES TO SLEEP
UNDER THE AFRICAN STARS

Imagine going to sleep at night on a raised platform completely exposed to the night sky. The sky is the darkest you’ve ever seen it, and yet, dotted with the brightest stars you’ve ever seen. The only sounds are those belonging to the calls of the creatures of the night – an elephant’s deep-bellied rumble, the whooping sound of a hyaena or the evocative call of a lion roaring.

Our range of exciting sleep-out adventures offer guests an authentic wildlife experience; a unique opportunity to get close to nature and experience an extraordinary night under the stars.

SLEEP UNDER AFRICAN SKIES

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EXPLORE HOANIB SKELETON COAST

A wild coastline known for its stormy seas and shipwrecks, a desert that is surprisingly life-filled and a camp hidden amongst the dunes… Join us as we take you on a visual journey of Hoanib Skeleton Coast – one of the few places in the world where you’ll get to see desert-adapted lion, giraffe and elephant in such an arid landscape – a place of endless wonder, space and roaring silence.

JOIN US ON A VISUAL JOURNEY

We are delighted to see our flagship camp, Mombo, has once again been recognised amongst the world’s very best for its exceptional safari offering. During 2019 Mombo garnered numerous awards and accolades…

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