Welcome back - It’s time to travel with a purpose

Help us link wildlife conservation to enhanced quality of life for rural Namibians who live with and protect wild animals. Enjoy an experience of a lifetime into Namibia’s remotest wild areas, much more than a safari. World class wildlife, cultural, conservation, special interest and/or family expeditions – hiking, photography, mountain biking, yoga, geology, team-building.

About us

Our shareholders: More than 3000 Himba and Herero people of the remote north-west - the Kaokoveld.
Our guides: Internationally recognized working conservationists and local conservancy members, all of whom know their area like the back of their hands.
Our back-up team: Experienced and local

Etaambura Camp


Conservancy Safaris Namibia Press Room


300 Himba households – more than 3000 people – received a cash dividend from Conservancy Safaris Namibia in the last 3 months. Most families used this money to buy food because cattle losses in the drought of the past three years mean that the Himba staple food – milk – is in short supply

Announcing the Winners of Namibia's First GOSCARS

The life's work of Namibian community conservation pioneer Garth Owen-Smith was remembered and honoured this week when four conservancy field workers from the Zambezi and Kunene Regions received Namibia's first annual GOSCARs – the Grass-Roots Owen-Smith Community Rangers Awards.

The award ceremony took place at Wereldsend Environmental Centre on 7 April, attended by conservancy and community leaders, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), private sector and government.