May 1 – May 15

Nature’s Tapestry Photo Adventure has been taking photographers and interested guests to this unspoiled land for over 10 years. The 2023 tour is an ex-citing trip as a number of new locations have been added to encounter more species of birds and animals that have not been seen on previous trips to Namibia.

The tour will begin in Windhoek, the capital of Namibia and then depart northwards stopping at a private game reserve and then onto Etosha National Park. Etosha is one of the greatest animal game preserves in Africa and is home to the largest population of Cheetah and Black Rhinos as well as growing herds of the tallest elephants.

Departing Etosha, the tour will head for the Caprivi Region. The Caprivi is a long narrow strip of narrow land running from the northeast corner of the main block of the country eastward to the Zambezi River. The region is surrounded by Botswana to the south and Angola and Zambia to the north. The width of the strip ranges from about 20 miles to 65 miles and is essentially flat with dense forests and major rivers.

The area is rich with wildlife including Cape Buffalo and Hippos that are not seen anywhere else in Namibia due to the lack of water. Bird presence is abundant as well. Private game parks as well as three national parks are present in the Caprivi. The tour will visit and stay in four of these premier camps during the visit to the Caprivi.

REMINDER: Please remember that you do not need to be a professional photographer to come along on this exciting photo safari. Video cameras and point and shoot or even your iPhone camera are fine to use on this trip.

Feel free to contact us with any questions or comments you may have regarding the tour.

Nature’s Tapestry JLM, LLC, DBA: Nature’s Tapestry Photo Adventure Tours is registered with the state of Florida as a seller of travel, Registration No. ST 39587