10 - 14
Our experienced guides will become part of our family and lead us safely through the vastness of Namibia.
You have the chance to share driving the 4x4 rental cars with the group or you relax and just be a passenger.
Most of the nights during these Safari we'll be camping on campsites or camping in the wild. A few nights are at Lodges.
The exact dates depend on the individual tour we plan for you. Please make sure you are free of work during these dates
There will hardly be any internet connection on our trips. You will feel free and more connected to yourself and nature!
As soon as we have dates available for the safari tours, we’ll announce it to the pre-registered list. Hit reply and we’ll arrange a quick introductory call.
While you experience your coliving stay with us you have the option to book one of our safari tours. We are aiming to offer 4 - 5 tours per year.
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Previous Safari Tours
WildWifi Safari 2022
Last year, our coliving tribe embarked on a journey to the wild and remote Kaokoland, where we explored deep into the heart of Namibia, up to the border of Angola, to discover the incredible Himba nomad tribe.
Our days were filled with thrilling experiences, from camping in the wilderness under the starry skies to indulging in luxury lodges over Christmas and New Year's Eve. We walked with giraffes in the morning, drove alongside herds of wild desert-adapted elephants in the Hoanib River, and cooked delicious meals together around the campfire at night.
Amazed and delighted by the beauty of the landscape and wildlife, we bonded over our shared sense of adventure and the excitement of the wild!
Experienced Tour Guide driving his own support car with camping equimpent
4x4 rental cars + Fuel (Toyota Hilux or similar). Cars driven by the participants (Driving is optional)
Accommodation (80% Camping & 20% Lodges)
Drinking Water & most of the meals like Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Camping equipment: fridge, chairs, table, cutlery, cooking pots, tents, mattresses, pillows, sleeping bags
Running Water, Electricity, Showers and Toilets at most of the camping nights
Personal Health Insurance
Soft Drinks & Alcoholic Drinks
Reckless driving Car damages
No specific vaccinations are mandatory for entering Namibia, but consulting your doctor is recommended.
Malaria is only present in the northern region. Windhoek and our weekend getaway locations are situated in malaria-free zones. If you do decide to travel further, you can easily get Malaria tablets in Windhoek during your stay.
Namibia is one of the safest – and cleanest – countries in Africa.
Like anywhere, you still need to take care of your valuables. We recommend not wearing valuable jewelry, and not leaving anything visible in the car. Besides these sensible guidelines, which apply for every big city, we know you’ll feel very comfortable on the streets of Windhoek.
For comparison, Namibia has just a ‘Level 1: Exercise Normal Precautions’ US travel advisory, lower than countries such as the UK or Germany which are ‘Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution’ due to terrorism threats. South Africa is also Level 2 due to crime and civil unrest, while Morocco is Level 2 due to the threat of terrorism.
Three key points that contribute to the safety in Namibia:
Low crime rates: Namibia is known for its lower crime rates compared to many neighboring countries, making it a safe destination for travelers and digital nomads.
Stable political climate: Namibia enjoys a stable democracy and government, which contributes to the overall safety and security within the country.
Well-developed tourism infrastructure: Namibia’s tourism industry offers well-maintained roads, accommodations, and national parks, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for visitors.
With all this in mind, our coliving property still has a perimeter wall, security gate and night watchman. Our coworking space has additional door security and private rooms have a lockbox – but please note, we cannot take responsibility for any of your belongings, you really must look after them yourselves.
No, booking a safari tour is always optional. Be aware that there are limited spots only for each safari. It might be that a short-term decision to join is not possible anymore.
The spots on the safari are primarily reserved for coliving participants. If we still have places available at a certain point in time, we will also be happy to give them to participants outside of the coliving. However, an interview should be conducted to ensure that it remains a harmonious group of like-minded people.
The cars are usually manual. We can not promise to get an automatic car since they are usually more expensive to rent and rare in Namibia. If you can only drive automatic cars you might not be able to be a driver but a passenger.
Yes, there is a possibility to ride as a passenger on the tour. There is usually a good balance of people who want to be drivers and passengers.
The lodge nights are the luxurious nights where we sleep in a room with a bed and a private bathroom. We share the rooms at the lodge with the same partner we share the tent with. There are (limited) options to upgrade to a single bedroom. The lodges do come partly with air conditioning or a fan. The lodge nights usually come with included breakfast and dinner. For lunch, you can order something from the restaurant and pay for yourself. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks (not included) can be ordered at the lodge’s own bar. Lodges usually come with a beautiful pool and invite you to relax before heading back into the bush.
If we are not camping at a campsite we will be camping in the wild. This means that our tour guide will choose a safe place in nature for us to set up camp. There we will have neither toilets nor showers available. You do your business in the bush and wash yourself in the morning with some water from the supply vehicle. Camping in the wilderness is usually one of the most enriching experiences of the participants. The maximum of wild camping nights in a row is usually 2 nights. After that we are either back at a campsite or a Lodge.
A campsite in Namibia offers a lot of comfort and is more comparable to glamping than camping. Nevertheless, there are also differences in each campsite in how extensive this luxury is developed. Basically, there are hot showers (warmed up by either the sun, fire, or electricity), toilets, running water, washing-up facilities, and some campsites that provide electricity to charge electronics. Often there is a main house that belongs to a lodge with a pool that you may also use as a camper. In the main Lodge house, you can also use the restaurant if the group is not cooking together.
Yes, the mattresses we provide are about 5 cm thick foam mattresses for a comfortable sleep.
Yes, sleeping bags and pillows are included in the price. We help you color-mark your pillow and sleeping bag for you during the tour.
Yes, this is an option, but we are limited to single tents. It is not possible to get single tents for all participants due to limited storage space. For the use of a tent as single tent there is an extra charge. We allocate single tents to those who request them first.
There is either the possibility to use ground tents or rooftop tents that are attached to the roof of the car. Your tent is pitched and dismantled by yourself.
We are happy to help settle the dispute. If you still don’t want to sleep together in one tent there is the option to swap tents with other tent neighbors or to spend the night under the wonderful starry sky of Africa.
You can either share a tent with your bestie from the coliving gang or we assign a coliving mate to you with whom you will share a tent. We will only mix gender if it is approved by both sides.