Infinite Safari Adventures has created custom safari opportunities specifically designed for Pathways Africa Conference participants. This is an opportunity to take advantage of your time in Namibia and experience the beautiful wildlife, landscapes, and culture that the area has to offer.

Infinite Safari Adventures is open to special requests and to any questions you may have about excursions set for Pathways. To learn more about Infinite Safari Adventures, visit their website, Facebook Page, or read their reviews on Trip Advisor.

For detailed information on trip options, please click below on the trip you are interested in.

Contact adventure@infinitesafariadventures.com or (888-745-2925) for more information and to book your trip.

In conjunction with your conference take advantage of the opportunity of being in Namibia and the home of the Cheetah Conservation Fun.  Visit CCF for a chance to see the incredible work that is being done in conservation to save cheetahs, of which there are less than 8,000 left in the wild.

Day 1 – Friday, January 12th:  Today you will be picked up in Windhoek for a three-hour drive north to the Cheetah Conservation Fund of which the owner of Infinite Safari Adventures is a trustee.  You will arrive in time for lunch and spend the rest of the day and tomorrow touring CCF and seeing all the projects that CCF is involved in saving cheetahs and promoting conservation. You will spend the next two nights at Cheetah Conservation Fund Headquarters. During those 2 days you will have an opportunity to join the early morning Cheetah Run to experience the breathtaking speed of the cheetah first hand as CCF keeper exercise the resident cheetahs. You will also climb aboard a CCF safari vehicle to view cheetahs in the natural habitat in CCF’s vast enclosures and take a guided drive into the CCF reserve to enjoy the sunset with your favorite sundowner. You will stay the beautiful and newly constructed Cheetah View Lodge (FB) located on the CCF property.

Day 2 – Saturday, January 13th:  Spend a full day at CCF.  There is much to see and do here on the 50,000 hectares that is CCF.  Meet some of the staff.  Visit the vet hospital and genetics lab.  Learn about the goat cheese, bushblock and livestock guard dog programs.  It is hard to not come away from this experienced impressed by all that CCF does. Spend a final night at Cheetah View Lodge (FB).

Day 3 – Sunday, January 14th: This morning after an early morning breakfast you will embark on a four-hour drive to the Windhoek airport for your international flight home or wherever your future travels may take you.

The price for this extension is $995.00 U.S. per person based on double occupancy and at least 2 people traveling. Single supplement is $100 U.S.

Included in this trip are full board accommodations at CCF, all transfers per the itinerary, activities at CCF, bottled water on transport and local passenger liability and evacuation insurance which covers evacuation to nearest hospital but does NOT cover medical costs incurred.

It does not include gratuities, extra night accommodation as the result of flight schedules, international travel insurance, medical insurance and items of a personal nature. We strongly recommend all clients take out international travel insurance – we can advise on this if you would like.

PLEASE NOTE – This itinerary and the accommodations are subject to availability and space and a minimum of 2 persons signing up for the trip. It is best to book this as far in advance as possible to insure the best chance of having space available.

THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE YOUR SAFARI COMPANY!

Links to Accommodations:

Cheetah Conservation Fund

In conjunction with your conference take advantage of the opportunity of being in Namibia and the home of the Cheetah Conservation Fund to visit CCF for a chance to see the incredible work that is being done in conservation to save cheetahs, of which there are less than 8,000 left in the wild. Then travel up to Etosha National Park, the second oldest park in Africa for a chance to view wildlife in their natural habitat.

Day 1 – Friday, January 12th:  Today you will be picked up in Windhoek for a long drive north (approximately 7 hours) stopping along the way for lunch, to Etosha National Park. Named for the Etosha Pan, a salt desert that is nearly completely barren in the dry winter months, there are perennial springs along the edges that create natural waterholes that are a magnet for wildlife. Game viewing is excellent with a chance to see herds of impala, elephnts, giraffe, lion, leopard, black rhino and of course cheetah!  Tonight, you will stay at Ongava Lodge (FB).  Set on a ridge with views across the plains one of the highlights of Ongava is a chance to sit at the bar and have a drink while you watch animals do the same at the floodlit water hole.

Day 2 – Saturday, January 13th: Spend another day on game drives in this part of Etosha.  Your experienced guide will instruct you about how the game of Etosha, live, interact and survive on each other.  Spend the morning on a game drive then return in the middle of the day for lunch and relaxation and then in the late afternoon head back out.  Spend the night at Ongava Lodge (FB).

Day 3 –  Sunday, January 14th: Spend a final day at Etosha.  You could spend weeks here and not see everything.  Your guide will continue to educate you how all the animals and nature live together in the “circle of life.”.  As you sip your sundowner think back on all that you have seen, all that you have done and the people you have met. Spend a final night at Ongava Lodge (FB).

Day 4 – Monday, January 15th: Today after breakfast you will say goodbye to Etosha and head south three hours to the highlight of your safari – a stay at the Cheetah Conservation Fund of which the owner of Infinite Safari Adventures is a trustee.  You will arrive in time for lunch and spend the rest of the day and tomorrow touring CCF and seeing all the projects that CCF is involved in saving cheetahs and promoting conservation. You will spend the next two nights at Cheetah Conservation Fund Headquarters. During those 2 days you will have an opportunity to join the early morning Cheetah Run to experience the breathtaking speed of the cheetah first hand as CCF keeper exercise the resident cheetahs (contingent on cheetah’s schedule and necessary departure time). You will also climb aboard a CCF safari vehicle to view cheetahs in the natural habitat in CCF’s vast enclosures and take a guided drive into the CCF reserve to enjoy the sunset with your favorite sundowner. You will stay the beautiful and newly constructed Cheetah View Lodge (FB) located on the CCF property.

Day 5 – Tuesday, January 16th:  Spend a full day at CCF.  There is much to see and do here on the 50,000 hectares that is CCF.  Meet some of the staff.  Visit the vet hospital and genetics lab.  Learn about the goat cheese, bushblock and livestock guard dog programs.  It is hard to not come away from this experienced impressed by all that CCF does. Spend a final night at Cheetah View Lodge (FB).

Day 6 – Wednesday, January 17th: Today you will arise early to return to the Windhoek airport for your international flight home or wherever your future travels may take you.

The price for this extension is $3475.00 U.S. per person based on double occupancy and at least 2 people traveling. Single supplement is $600 U.S. per person.

Included in this trip are full board accommodations, all transfers per the itinerary, activities at CCF, bottled water on transport and local passenger liability and evacuation insurance which covers evacuation to nearest hospital but does NOT cover medical costs incurred.

It does not include gratuities, extra night accommodation as the result of flight schedules, international travel insurance, medical insurance and items of a personal nature. We strongly recommend all clients take out international travel insurance – we can advise on this if you would like.

PLEASE NOTE – This itinerary and the accommodations are subject to availability and space and a minimum of 2 persons signing up for trip. It is best to book this as far in advance as possible to insure the best chance of having space available.

THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE YOUR SAFARI COMPANY!

Links to Accommodations:

Cheetah Conservation Fund

Ongava Lodge

In conjunction with your conference take advantage of the opportunity of being in Namibia and the home of the Cheetah Conservation Fund to visit CCF for a chance to see the incredible work that is being done in conservation to save cheetahs, of which there are less than 8,000 left in the wild. Then go on safari visiting the fascinating Damaraland area with its desert adapted elephants and rhino, local cultures and ancient rock paintings.  Then travel up to Etosha National Park, the second oldest park in Africa for a chance to view wildlife in their natural habitat.

Day 1 – Friday, January 12th:  Today you will be picked up in Windhoek for a long drive (approximately 7 hours) north stopping along the way for lunch, to to the Kunene region (also known as Damaraland) and the area of Twyfelfontein.  Here you may find desert adapted elephants and rhino.  Also, this area is famous for its ancient rock paintings, a petrified forest and the tallest point in Namibia – the Brandberg mountain.  There may even be a chance to visit the Himba people. The semi-nomadic Himba people sometimes move location without notice. They are one of the last traditional peoples of Namibia and have little time for conventional practices. You will learn about the customs and traditions of this very proud nation, and will be given insight into their beliefs, way of life and everyday routine. Upon arrival at Damaraland Camp (FB) where you will spend the next 3 nights, you will go on a sundowner game drive. The camp is situated in the Torra Conservancy and is owned and largely run by the local community.  The camp, with just 10 units, has sensational views of the surrounding desert plains, ancient valleys and distant peaks of the Brandberg Mountains. New technology meets ancient construction methods to create innovative, eco-friendly luxury in the desert.

Day 2 – Saturday, January 13th: You are now in the safari rhythm.  You will have a full day of activities available to you at the lodge. Not only are there game drives, but nature walks and visits to the local communities. Spend another night at Damaraland Camp (FB).

Day 3 – Sunday, January 14th: Spend a final day in the Kunene Region of Namibia.  Continue with your activities for the day.  Spend a final night at Damaraland Camp (FB) as you prepare for the next part of your safari.

Day 4 – Monday, January 15th: Today after breakfast you will continue north to Etosha National Park.  Named for the Etosha Pan, a salt desert that is nearly completely barren in the dry winter months, there are perennial springs along the edges that create natural waterholes that are a magnet for wildlife. Game viewing is excellent with a chance to see herds of impala, elephnts, giraffe, lion, leopard, black rhino and of course cheetah!  Tonight, you will stay at Ongava Lodge (FB).  Set on a ridge with views across the plains one of the highlights of Ongava is a chance to sit at the bar and have a drink while you watch animals do the same at the floodlit water hole.

Day 5 – Tuesday, January 16th: Spend another day on game drives in this part of Etosha.  Your experienced guide will instruct you about how the game of Etosha, live, interact and survive on each other.  Spend the morning on a game drive then return in the middle of the day for lunch and relaxation and then in the late afternoon head back out.  Spend the night at Ongava Lodge (FB).

Day 6 – Wednesday, January 17th: Spend a final day at Etosha.  You could spend weeks here and not see everything.  Your guide will continue to educate you how all the animals and nature live together in the “circle of life.”.  As you sip your sundowner think back on all that you have seen, all that you have done and the people you have met. Spend a final night at Ongava Lodge (FB).

Day 7 – Thursday, January 18th: Today after breakfast you will say goodbye to Etosha and head south three hours to the highlight of your safari – a stay at the Cheetah Conservation Fund of which the owner of Infinite Safari Adventures is a trustee.  You will arrive in time for lunch and spend the rest of the day and tomorrow touring CCF and seeing all the projects that CCF is involved in saving cheetahs and promoting conservation. You will spend the next two nights at Cheetah Conservation Fund Headquarters. During those 2 days you will have an opportunity to join the early morning Cheetah Run to experience the breathtaking speed of the cheetah first hand as CCF keeper exercise the resident cheetahs (contingent on cheetah’s schedule and necessary departure time). You will also climb aboard a CCF safari vehicle to view cheetahs in the natural habitat in CCF’s vast enclosures and take a guided drive into the CCF reserve to enjoy the sunset with your favorite sundowner. You will stay the beautiful and newly constructed Cheetah View Lodge (FB) located on the CCF property.

Day 8 – Friday, January 19th:  Spend a full day at CCF.  There is much to see and do here on the 50,000 hectares that is CCF.  Meet some of the staff.  Visit the vet hospital and genetics lab.  Learn about the goat cheese, bushblock and livestock guard dog programs.  It is hard to not come away from this experienced impressed by all that CCF does. Spend a final night at Cheetah View Lodge (FB).

Day 9 – Saturday, January 20th: Today you will arise early to return to the Windhoek airport for your international flight home or wherever your future travels may take you.

The price for this extension is $6250.00 U.S. per person based on double occupancy and at least 2 people traveling. Single supplement is $900.00 U.S.

Included in this trip are full board accommodations, all transfers per the itinerary, activities at CCF, bottled water on transport and local passenger liability and evacuation insurance which covers evacuation to nearest hospital but does NOT cover medical costs incurred.

It does not include gratuities, extra night accommodation as the result of flight schedules, international travel insurance, medical insurance and items of a personal nature. We strongly recommend all clients take out international travel insurance – we can advise on this if you would like.

PLEASE NOTE – This itinerary and the accommodations are subject to availability and space and a minimum of 2 persons signing up for trip. It is best to book this as far in advance as possible to insure the best chance of having space available.

THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE YOUR SAFARI COMPANY!

Links to Accommodations:

Cheetah Conservation Fund

Damaraland Camp

Ongava Lodge

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