Collect a lifetime of African memories while barely leaving a footprint behind. A camp with extremely strong ties to the local Himba people (one of the last true nomad cultures), Serra Cafema staunchly maintains low-impact living, while unveiling Namibia's most intimate natural secrets.
Accommodations include eight elevated tents, a swimming pool, lounge, river bar, and library. Note that it is customary for Serra Cafema guests to spend at least one afternoon on the porch, swinging in their hammock and basking in the sun.
Once you've grown used to the camp's leisurely pace, set out into the harsh desert with your guides, who will astound you with their knowledge of the seemingly lifeless dunes. You'll soon discover they are anything but.
In incredible contrast, you'll find that the Kunene River feeds a diverse community of animals. While boating the river, you'll see Nile crocodiles, waterbirds, and reptiles. Game include gembok, springbok, and mountain zebras.