Overland trips Africa are an amazing way to explore this vast and beautiful continent on a budget and make new friends. Overland journeys mean hands-on, dust-in-your-hair travel. You need a taste for adventure and a sense of fun. On most overland trips, you put up your own tent, and help with cooking or buying supplies along the way. When the truck gets stuck in mud, you help push it out.
“This has got to be the best way to see Africa in a short period of time – brilliant” Jennie and Stuart, Sweden, aged 32 and 34.
“I didn’t know I could become such close friends with people in just a week. The trip attracts a great group of people who are so easy to get along with. It was an experience of a lifetime and I will definitely recommend this to my friends and family” Sara, Canada/Malaysia, aged 20.
So, as if volunteering at one of the most stunning and highly rewarding volunteer projects isn’t enough, then why not take advantage of the limited special offer that Amanzi Travel are offering, and receive up to £100 off your project fee when booked in conjunction with a short tour – the perfect way to explore more of the wonderful sights and experiences.
Experience the best of Namibia in six Days. Overnight accommodation, which is in lodges located just outside both Namib Naukluft National Park and Etosha National Park and one night at Swakopmund, will allow the traveller to experience the amazing sand dune sea of the Namib and Sossusvlei region as well as Etosha National Park, renowned as one of the best game reserves in Africa.
For the best that Namibia has to offer this 7 day overland tour is the best value for money available. This package includes 6 nights accommodation, airport transfers, a wonderful half day tour, as well as a safari to the world renowned Etosha National Park, an overnight visit to the adventure town of Swakopmund and a magical 2 nights in the Namib Desert visiting the dunes of Sossusvlei and Dune 45.
Etosha National Park is renowned as one of the best game reserves in Africa, a haven for wildlife – including white and black rhino, lion, cheetah, leopard, elephant, giraffe and numerous antelope. Also included in this adventure is an overnight stop at Swakopmund – Namibia’s adventure capital and a visit to the RAMSAR Protected site of Walvis Bay Lagoon to see the flamingoes.
Namibia Wildlife Sanctuary
The Namibia Wildlife Sanctuarywas set up to care for and protect wildlife (mainly big cats) in trouble from all over the country.
It currently provides a safe refuge for orphaned and injured wildlife including lions, leopards, cheetahs, wild dogs, caracals, meerkatsand baboons as well as many farm animals.
Medical Volunteer at Bushman Rural Clinic
Volunteers on this medical project will gain firsthand experience of healthcare in a developing country whilst assisting the medical staff at the remote Bushman clinic offering primary healthcare to the local community. Volunteers on this inspiring and rewarding project spend most of their time assisting the doctor and nurse at the remote Bushman Medical Clinic in rural Namibia. Volunteers help with the running of the clinic and also help provide primary healthcare to the local community.
In overlanding’s early days, trucks were ex-Army Bedfords with wooden benches in the back and some basic equipment tied to the roof. Today, purpose-built Mercedes have comfortable seats, personal lockers and a music system.
“Trundling along dusty trails in a truck is the ideal way for adventurous travellers to explore this vast continent” David Else, The Independent
“I discovered a new way of travel and I loved it.” Harmony, Switzerland, aged 23
There is nothing like an overland trip to really explore Africa. So, if you’re thinking of becoming a wildlife volunteer or medical volunteer in Namibia, why not take advantage of this special offer to explore more of this stunning country, and get £75 off your volunteer project fee, when you book a short overland tour too.