Namibia is unlike any other country in Africa, a sparsely populated desert kingdom bordered by the Atlantic Ocean in the west and Botswana in the east. This is one of the Jonathan and Angie’s favourite places to photograph, a mesmerizing blend of people, wildlife and landscape for you to hone your photographic skills on. Whether spending time photographing the statuesque Himba people in the north of the country, or exploring the Kaokoveld Namibia never fails to excite and stimulate.Sign Up & Register Now
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Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)
As UK Patrons of CCF we are committed to supporting the tireless efforts of Dr Laurie Marker and her team of dedicated researchers and volunteers in their quest to ensure a future for this most endangered of Africa’s big cats. We will have the opportunity to see CCF’s work first hand and to meet some of the charismatic cheetahs up close. The photographic opportunities make this a never-to-be-forgotten experience.
Serra Cafema Camp
Serra Cafema is located on the banks of the Kunene River in the Hartmann Valley, in the extreme north-west of Namibia.The Kunene River is the region’s only permanent source of water, and creates an oasis along its banks – a winding strip of green vegetation surrounded by the lunar-like landscape of the Namib Desert which stretches to the Serra Cafema mountain range in the north. One of the most remote and most beautiful camps in Africa!
Hoanib Skeleton Coast
I flew along the Skeleton coast in 1996 while presenting the BBC TV series Dawn to Dusk and spent time in the Hoanib area. There is a sense of mystery and remoteness to the Skeleton Coast with the chance to photograph the Himba people – something we always love to do. The landscape of Namibia with its subtle array of pastel colours is like nowhere else on earth.
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Proposed itinerary: 4 nights at Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp 4 nights at Serra Cafema Camp 2 nights at Frans Indongo Lodge for our visits to the Cheetah Conservation Fund 1 night at Windhoek Space limited to 10 guests in two private safari vehicles with Jonathan and Angie as hosts. We would fly between camps.