What it is we do

Our Wilderness Philosophy

Every country in the world is unique and has something to offer that not only defines such a land, but also gives it an identity that sets it aside from others.

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Email; info@wildatheartsafaris.com

Wild At Heart was proudly established in Namibia, by Namibians, so that all the world could see and experience her. As all our members are conservationists (with over 30 years combined experience in this field), we wish to share our beautiful country with you.

But there is a twist in the tale:

We pledge to show you a different side, something you have never witnessed before… using our experiences of having worked in National Parks as a baseline for all our tours.

…It is our wish, our desire, to show you the uniqueness of this untamed continent. We will take you to places where others dare not go; we will take you by the hand and together we will explore the horizon for treasures hidden . Namibia has taught us well and we want to share our love and commitment for conservation with you.

Besides the natural beauty of this country, Namibia also hosts a variety of different cultures and tribes. For these people too, we want to make a difference and share with you their unique way of existence and their immense gratitude for life.

Follow in our footsteps, if you dare, and join us in our quest of finding the beat of Africa…

Wild at Heart was borne from a dream… a dream called Africa.

Wild at Heart | Adventure | Safari | Wilderness | NAMIBIA

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