Wilderness Travel is organizing a Symposium and Safari Program that will give travelers an insight into Namibia's unique conservation model.
"Namibia: A Vision for Wildlife" is a four-day event that will take place from April 8 to 11, 2019. The symposium will feature presentations from pioneering conservationists as well as enable delegates on-the-ground opportunities to see the conservationists' work in action. Delegates can choose one of eight specially curated safaris for further exploration before and after the event.
"Namibia has the greatest conservation story ever told," said Barbara Banks, director of new trip development and marketing for Wilderness Travel. "This event gives you the unprecedented opportunity to meet the visionaries who have created such a unique and successful model of conservation."
Pricing for the symposium is included in the tour price with the total number of days listed below, including the four-day symposium. Safari options include:
Namibia Expedition (two departures): Explore the Erongo Mountain Conservancy, hike mountains in Damaraland, track the desert rhino with Save the Rhino Trust, 16 days from $9,495 per person.
Giraffe Conservation Safari: Radio-collar a giraffe for further study with Dr. Julian Fennessy, 14 days from $10,695 per person.
In the Realm of the Desert Lion: Track the elusive desert lion with Dr. Flip Stander, 13 days from $9,995 per person.
Southern Africa Wildlife Safari: See Victoria Falls, cruise the Zambezi, see elephant and other game, 15 days from $7,195 per person.
Botswana Wildlife Safari: See Victoria Falls and explore Chobe National Park and Moremi Game Reserve, 14 days from $9,995 per person.
Wild Zimbabwe: Hike Victoria Falls, explore Hwange National Park via vintage railcar, take a cruise safari on the Zambezi, 12 days from $8,395 per person.
Undiscovered Zambia: Enjoy abundant game viewing via walking safaris and night drives, 12 days from $7395 per person.
For more information or to book one of the limited spots at the symposium, visit WildernessTravel.com or call (800) 368-2794.