If Namibia is “Africa for beginners”, then Safari2Go is definitely “Namibia for beginners. It offers easy, hassle-free adventures at your fingertips … without you having to lift a finger. 

Where does one start exploring a country so large, so varied in diversity, and that has so much heart? Namibia is a land of contrasts the towering sand dunes and craggy mountaintops versus deep-carved canyons and underground lakes are captivating.

The same goes for lush green vegetation versus scorching deserts, and riverbeds – sometimes dry, sometimes flowing in full force – versus permanent oases in the truest sense of the word. But wait, there is more. Listen to the contrasting songs of the cold Atlantic Ocean, perennial rivers and floodplains, as well as thundering waterfalls and compare them to the silence of the savannah grasslands and the desolate desert at night. 

Photo © Judy & Scott Hurd


Photo © Judy & Scott Hurd


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Here are 10 reasons why you should do Safari2Go’s 10-day Namibian Highlights Tour: 

1. Compact but all-inclusive 

Safari2Go takes busy schedules into consideration (explore the 3-day and/or 7-day tour options). The 10-day tour is the most comprehensive of all in the shortest timeframe possible. 

2. A capable guide accompanies you 

Sit back and relax, as your personal guide leads you from one stunning destination to the next. He is your driverguide, while simultaneously offering insights from an inspiring well of knowledge. It is much more fun to “learn it live” compared to Googling it. 

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3. Sit back, relax and enjoy the scenic drive 

You do not need to worry about driving on the left side of the road or having to control tyre pressure on gravel versus tar roads. With Safari2Go you can sit back, relax and enjoy the scenic drive through Namibia’s breathtaking landscapes. It is the simplest way to travel. You don’t ever have to miss a herd of majestic giraffe because you need to keep your eyes on the road. You can take part in your travel party’s “oohing” and “aahing”. 

4. Comfortable and air conditioned

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5. One Safari2Go reservation includes all tour logistics 

Safari2Go’s team has the local knowledge, expertise and the necessary resources, specialising in designing and coordinating travel arrangements for individuals and groups. Tour logistics, accommodation reservations, transportation, air-charters, activities and all other safari needs – you name it, they have already taken care of it. 

6. A Safari2Go tour does not require a minimum number of people 

Let’s face it, sometimes life happens and the friends who have agreed to accompany you on the trip start dropping out days before. With Safari2Go, that is absolutely not an issue. 

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7. The Safari2Go shuttle can fit up to eight adults 

Safari2Go is ideal for groups of up to eight adults in the VW Transporter Crew that comes with comfy seats, ample space and, have I mentioned air conditioning? It is suitable for family fun. 

8. Daily and weekly scheduled tours are guaranteed 

What more assurance do you need? 

9. Top accommodation 

Although operating as an independent company, Safari2Go is a division of Gondwana Collection Namibia, which means that the accommodation includes top-of-the-line properties. 

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10. See Namibia’s highlights in a limited timeframe 

The easiest way to travel the country and see as much as possible in under two weeks is with the Highlights Tour. It provides a comprehensive, informative and fun-filled selection of Namibia’s best. 

Enjoy Namibia’s most popular destinations on this 10-day guided tour that incorporates visits to the Kalahari and Namib deserts, including the famed Sossusvlei dunes, the intriguing coastal town of Swakopmund and enigmatic Damaraland that is home to the historic Twyfelfontein rock engravings and Etosha National Park. 

Welcome to the country of incomparable sunsets where there is space for the soul to breathe! Simply book your spot on the Safari2Go shuttle. 

Author – Annelien Robberts is an avid wordsmith who turns her pen to all things travel, culture, and lifestyle. She was born in a small town called Otjiwarongo and grew up on a farm nearby. Creativity, nature and animals make her happy.