This 1 Day (Half Day) Carnivore Feeding Tour includes the opportunity for clients to see baboons, caracals, lions, cheetahs, wild dogs, and leopards in their Natural Habitat. This tour starts at 08h30 and departs to Naankuse for the activity at 10h00. Watch them being fed by experienced guides and listen to their stories. The scenic route that takes you to our magnificent carnivores lends the opportunity to spot some of the free-roaming reserve animals. This is not just a great way to learn about these amazing animals, it is also a unique up-the-close photographic opportunity.
Departs only on Monday Afternoons and Friday Mornings
Travel an hour outside Windhoek to N/a’ankuse Lodge for a carnivore feeding tour.
Watch guides feed the animals and get the opportunity to photograph these magnificent animals up close.
Carnivore feeding tour with ambassador animals.
Mineral water for clients
Meals for guests as per itinerary
Park entry/Game Drive/Activity fees as per itinerary
• Upon Booking a 10% non-refundable Deposit is required to Confirm booking of Tour/Activity/ Accommodation or Car Rental. • Remaining 90% should be paid not later than 30 Days Prior to Departure. • If tour is within 40 days or less prior to booking full payment is required. • Your deposit can either be made through a Bank Transfer, Online Debit or Credit Card Payment.
Itinerary (Day by Day):
This half-day Carnivore Feeding tour at N/a’ankuse Wildlife Sanctuary includes the opportunity to see baboons, caracals, lions, cheetahs, wild dogs, and leopards. These animals are known as “ambassador animals”, which means they are unable to be released back into the wild for different reasons. This half-day tour allows you to watch as the animals are being fed by the experienced guides as well as a chance to get some spectacular photos of these majestic animals. It is followed by a scenic drive that provides a good chance of spotting some of the other wildlife on the reserve. This is not just a great way to learn about these amazing animals and how they behave in the wild, but it is also a great up-close photo opportunity.