Serra Cafema Camp (Wilderness Safaris)

Serra Cafema Camp (Wilderness Safaris)

Serra Cafema Camp in Namibia is near the Skeleton Coast. It is a remote camp in the forest, providing you with the perfect place to disconnect from everyday life, relax, and unwind. Here you can spend days immersed in nature, meet semi-nomadic tribes and explore the area on foot or by vehicle.

Opulent chalets

Luxury chalets are built on elevated decks and crafted from wood, canvas and thatch that blend in with its surroundings. Wake up to the gentle sounds of the Kunene River waters. There are only eight chalets making a holiday at Serra Cafema feel exclusive and special for the select guests who stay here.

The camp is on land leased from the Marienfluss Conservancy, which is owned by the Himba Community, helping to support them financially.


Guests can explore the local area and meet the Himba community. Guided quad bike excursions can take you along special pathways and over dunes. Bird watchers love observing the many water and desert birds native to this region. Drive in Land Rovers to experience the true Namibia or go on a guided walk to see the small creatures that inhabit the fragile environment. There are a number of reptiles living in the region, including the desert lizard and the Namaqua chameleon.

The Kunene River is the only permanent water source on the area and is an oasis of green in the desert. Expect to see crocodiles, springbok, gemsbok and mountain zebras. The Himba Community are a semi-nomadic people who you can have the opportunity to meet and get to know about their way of life.

Passion for nature

Here at Serra Cafema Camp, you will have exclusive access to some of Africa’s best wildlife areas, making it ideal for those who are passionate about nature and African wildlife, who want to leave their everyday life behind and be both relaxed and inspired by the natural beauty that surrounds it.

before you go

Everything you need to know before planning your dream trip

When to travel
Visit Botswana during their dry months of April to August. July to October is the best time for game viewing in Namibia, however, bird-watchers should schedule a visit here between November and December. In Zambia expect the falls to be at their peak between March and May, with May to October being the months for game viewing, with some parks potentially closing between November to April due to flooding.
How to get there
All routes go via Johannesburg (approx 11 hours) on British Airways, Virgin Atlantic or South African Airways, with easy and short onward flights to all destinations.

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