NamibRand: Southern Africa’s largest self-sustaining nature reserve
At 2,020km2, NamibRand Nature Reserve is one of the largest reserves in southern Africa, sharing a 100km border with the Namib-Naukluft National Park to the west. The terrain varies from sand to gravel plains and stretches of savannah dotted with striking mountain ranges and vegetated dunes. Your guide will take you through this on an eco-safari, telling you all about the park’s history, and helping you spot native wildlife, including springbok, giraffe and kudu.
Created in southern Namibia in 1984, the NamibRand Nature Reserve was established to protect and conserve the unique ecology and biodiversity of the southwest Namib Desert. Today, 13 former livestock farms have been repurposed into a single continuous habitat, providing a unique safari destination pinned against the imposing Nubib Mountains.
The reserve is the ideal model for private conservation and tailored travel in the region, balancing conservation efforts with financial sustainability and low-impact tourism. And we’ll ensure you see it all in style. Our tailored holidays will ensure you see it your way.