Cultural interchange, Puros Traditional Village Photo by Helge Denker © 2010 WWF In Namibia
Vast rugged landscapes, Kunene Region Photo by Frans Lanting © 2010 Frans Lanting/www.lanting.com
Community game guard Hiskia Tjibombo, Puros Conservancy Photo by Frans Lanting © 2010 Frans Lanting/www.lanting.com
Elephants along the Kwando River, Caprivi Region Photo by Helge Denker © 2010 WWF In Namibia
Black rhino tracking, Kunene Region Photo by Helge Denker © 2010 WWF In Namibia
Chobe River oxbows, Caprivi Region Photo by Helge Denker © 2010 WWF In Namibia
Local guide Desarie Ilnoobes, Twyfelfontein World Heritage Site Photo by Frans Lanting © 2010 Frans Lanting/www.lanting.com
Endangered black rhinoPhoto by Helge Denker © 2010 WWF In Namibia
Pool at Doro Nawas Lodge, Kunene Region Photo by Helge Denker © 2010 WWF In Namibia
Rock wave formation, Kunene RegionPhoto by Frans Lanting © 2010 Frans Lanting/www.lanting.com
Traditional Himba women, Kunene Region Photo by Frans Lanting © 2010 Frans Lanting/www.lanting.com
Endemic Hartmann's mountain zebras, Kunene RegionPhoto by Frans Lanting © 2010 Frans Lanting/www.lanting.com
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Discover Namibia’s Communal Conservancies where local communities conserve their natural resources and collaborate with world-class establishments to offer authentic travel experiences.

Located throughout the country, Namibia’s Communal Conservancies are one of Africa’s best kept secrets! We encourage you to include a visit to any or all of them as part of your travel itinerary. To help you plan your trip, this website offers a location map and detailed information about those Communal Conservancies currently offering amenities and activities like lodging, photo and wildlife safaris, food and dining, cultural attractions and more. Get started researching your trip.

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