Geocaching Safari Options.
There are 3 options for a geocaching adventure in Southern Africa:
2. Scheduled Safaris for Geocachers - Normal scheduled departure safaris, with various caches to be found on these set safari routes.
3. Tailor-made Ranger guided geo-safaris: Only on offer for small private groups, couples or singles who wish to combine the adventure of an African wildlife safari with geocaching. These ‘one-of-a-kind’ exclusive geocaching-safaris cover regions and wilderness areas not often seen by people, and designed to cover the maximum number of caches, combined with spectacular wildlife and scenic points of interests.
An average 14 day Ranger guided Namibian safari could deliver up to 60+ caches, covering some of the most diverse ecologies and places of interest found in Southern Africa. Visiting places such as Sossusvlei in the Namib-Naukluft Park, Naukluft Mountain Park, Namib Desert, Skeleton Coast, Damaraland, Etosha National Park, Namibian Okavango Delta and the Waterberg Plateau Park.
22-day Cape to Victoria Falls with 60+ Possible Caches.
15-day Okavango & Namibia with 20+ Possible Caches.
15-day Best of Namibia with20+ Possible Caches.
14-day Namibia Experience with 18+ Possible Caches.
10-day Namibia Wild Explorer with 15+ Possible Caches.
7-day Wildlife of Etosha Park with 10+ Possible Caches.
Feel free to ask us about a private Ranger guided Geo-Safari. Our CEO / Head Ranger been involved in geocaching for a number of years.
In Southern Africa we are blessed with spectacular natural scenery and amazing wildlife, and now there is the added bonus of caches to be found in most of the major places of interest, when doing an organized geo-safari or just exploring Southern Africa on your own.
Unique 'one-of-a-kind' Wildlife Adventures.
Exclusive Ranger guided geocaching wildlife adventures - Currently these unique geocaching wildlife adventure safaris are only on offer in Namibia, including Chobe in Botswana and the Victoria Falls.
These ‘one-of-a-kind’ exclusive safari geotours concentrate on remote and well-known nature areas, mainly in Namibia, by combining wildlife-rich and spectacular tourist destinations such as the Etosha National Park, Namib-Naukluft Park, Sossusvlei, Chobe National Park, Victoria Falls and Namibian Okavango Delta Panhandle.