7 Days in Namibia

I recently hosted a private safari in Namibia and while the trip was relatively short at only 1 week, it was at the end of an overall 4 weeks safari and man, it did not disappoint! What a fantastic way to end a safari.

First we went on a pilgrimage to find the White Elephants or the Ghosts of Etosha but we left with so much more. Following that we headed into the vast landscape of Damaraland in search of desert adapted rhinos and elephants. I can now easily say that Damaraland is one of my favourite safari experiences of all time.

Have a look at the video below and as a bonus I will post some of the images included in the video below for you all to have a good look at.

I really hope you enjoyed that and I really hope your path leads you to Namibia at some point in your life, you will not regret a second of it.

Shoot your comments and questions below!


In this video, I show you how I set up my function buttons on my Nikon Z9, specifically for wildlife photography. Of course, these are just the way that I have them set up and your use case may change entirely. I hope it helps all you new Z9 owners out there.


The Botswana Wilderness Safari combines 3 of Wilderness Safaris’ camps in various parts of the Okavango Delta with the aim of exposing our small group of only 4 guests to the full range of habitats and environments that the Okavango Delta has to offer.

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