Kaokoland Treasures

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Welcome to our Direct Sale! Book your East Africa safari with us to view the Great Wildebeests Migration 2021. This is our best value - best seller program, based on 4x4 land cruiser transport. E-mail: jackoafricasafaris@jambo.co.ke 


Great Wildebeest Migration 2021.


Our open departure days for 2021 & 2022’s high season to view this Great Wildebeest Migration spectacle in Masai Mara, Kenya are as follows: Click here for Itinerary & Quotation and book with us before end of March 2021 in order to enjoy A SPECIAL DISCOUNT! Any other days of your choice are welcome - we assure you our quickest response.  

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Professionals Special Travel.


Jacko Africa Safaris is pleased to welcome you back to our newly re-structured PROFESSIONALS SPECIAL TRAVEL (PST) PROGRAM. These years - 2021 & 2022 - we invite professionals of one calling worldwide to travel with us in groups of only 10 – 12 passengers on a tour. A knowledgeable experienced local Tour Director will escort your safari for absolutely free! Enjoy a special discount if you book with us before end of March 2021.  Click here for itinerary, description, departure dates, and quotation.

Trip Advisor has placed Nairobi among the top 10 world destinations for 2018… read more on our News & Calendar page.

Kenya Airways marked a milestone with the launch of a non-stop flight from Nairobi to New York… read more on our News & Calendar page.

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Shelter, health care, clean water & education challenge …

We direct some of our energy to God's Service through humanitarian aid to the poor. Jacko Africa Safaris assists in many respects, so travelling with us does not only benefit you and us, but also quite a number of certain identified poor communities in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda & Rwanda. A few of our past clients have donated to various causes.  We are available to coordinate your wish under our Jacko Community Projects program.

Click here to enjoy our Pictorial Blog about our Latest Water for Life Project

Click here to read about our First Water for Life Project


Kaokoland Treasures



Namibia is a land of contrasts with towering sand dunes, shimmering plains, relentless sunshine, mountains, gorges, valleys and some of Africa's most interesting and varied wildlife and national parks. This country offers something for everyone. Highlights include some of the highest sand dunes in the world, at Sossusvlei, historical and cultural experiences, a variety of geological formations and ecosystems, and abundant wildlife, adapted in unique ways to the desert climate and conditions.


Day 1

Leave Khowarib Lodge with guide and back up staff and head north to Opuwo. Mix with the Himba and Herero women in this bustling market town. Continue onto Ruacana and camp by the Kunene River on the Angolan border. Meal Plan {B,L,D}


Day 2

After breakfast, drive west along the Kunene to Swartboois drift and visit the Dorsland Trekkers Monument. Camp by the Kunene River. Meal Plan {B,L,D}


Day 3

Drive through spectacular scenery enjoying the palm trees along the banks of the river. Possible crocodile sighting, and many interesting birding opportunities. Arrive at Epupa Falls and have a sundowner on the observation point overlooking the falls. Dinner and overnight at Epupa Falls Lodge. Meal Plan {B,L,D}


Day 4

Leave Epupa and head west into the most remote part of the region. Drive on rough tracks through Otjitanda and begin to traverse the Van Zils Pass. Wild camping overlooking the Marienfluss. Meal Plan {B,L,D}


Day 5

Extreme driving down the pass into the Marienfluss. Drive north to camp by the Kunene River. Meal Plan {B,L,D}


Day 6

Today you drive through the beautiful Hartmann Valley seeing Oryx in this harsh environment. Pass “Red Drum” to camp by the Khumib River. Meal Plan {B,L,D}


Day 7

Drive south via the Hoarusib River bed to reach the township of Purros. Overnight in camping. Drive up the Hoanib River searching for desert elephant. Continue via Sesfontein to Khowarib Lodge, where we started. Meal Plan {B,L,D}

Some Views during Kaokoland Treasures...

Hyena in Namibia's Kaokoland


Himba Tribeswomen in Namibia's Kaokoland


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