Roncook Safaris, an International Destination Management Company for Namibia and throughout Southern Africa, understands and constantly works around your traveling needs.Their expertise in inbound tour packages comes from a team with decades of experience, thus packages designed are in sync with your travel requirements.
From leisure tour packages to corporate travel programs, including family tour packages, they have all the varieties to offer you. They even have customised tour packages for short-term business travellers. In other words: they are a one stop travel shop! Also, holiday visa services are offered so you do not need to travel to the nearest consulate to have your holiday visa for Namibia, Botswana or Zambia.
They treat their customers to a truly impressive comfortable vacation, followed by a unique caring service and picturesque environment. Choose from distinct travel packages available through luxury resorts and hotels, enhance the holidays with sweet memories through a number of luxurious vacation packages including Spa and Wellness, Golf, Villas, Safaris and lots more.
Roncook Safaris’ quality policy will ensure tighter control over the quality of travel and related services and their dedicated corporate travel team keeps close relationship with all clients to provide them with immediate response. With them, every travel opportunity will be a moment to cherish and truly be an “Inspiration for pleasure”. They live up to their motto: Making holidays unforgettable!
As part of this commitment, they are engaged with the diffusion of the concepts and practices of sustainability in the local tourism industry, as well as the community development of local Namibians. Their team is involved in various activities which contribute to the preservation and protection of Namibia’s cultural and natural heritage.
Tourist destination highlights
• Visit Twyfelfontein and see the largest concentrations of rock engravings in Africa
• Explore the world’s biggest ship graveyard along the so called Skeleton Coast, the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean coast
• Experience the unique event of Cape Fur Seal breeding season at Cape Cross, while as many as 150.000 seals gather around the area
• Stroll through the city of Swakopmund with its old German Colonial buildings and pristine beaches, while the Namib Desert is just around the corner
• Enjoy spectacular colour changes during sunrise and sunset in Sossusvlei, an enormous clay pan surrounded by gigantic, red sand dunes
• Check out the ghost town of Kolmanskop, located in the middle of the Namib Desert
• Spend unforgettable times at Fish River Canyon, second only in grandeur to the Grand Canyon in the USA
• Reward yourself and start a great self-drive safari experience at Etosha National Park
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Products & Services
• Ground handling for all touristic services
• tour packages for various needs
• Holiday/Tourist visas for Namibia and Botswana
• Car rental (4 x 4 vehicles and normal SUVs)
• VIP airport transfers
• VIP airport Meet & Greet
• Security services for VIPs and celebrities
• Chauffeur drives
• fly in packages
• self drives and guided tours
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Namibia…. Contrasting paradise! The country’s striking quality of contrast is evident and its attractions are as unique as the visitors who enjoy them. There’s something for everyone ranging from spectacular Sossusvlei, boasting the highest dunes in the world. Or going south to the Fish River Canyon, second largest canyon in the world. Etosha National Park is one of the premier destinations, where you’ll view rare and endangered species such as black rhino, cheetah and black-faced impala against the unique backdrop of the Etosha Pan. Discovering the Zambezi is a luxury experience with a combination of fertile wilderness riverine forest, flood plains, swamps and open woodland.
This is a land of extremes; hot days and freezing nights, cold seas and hot deserts, harsh landscapes, wild animals and gentle people, thriving life in a barren rock and sand, and landscapes of infinite vastness.
Namibia is known for spectacular encounters with the nature and wide range of activities that appeals to your spirit of adventure. Those who enjoy absolute quiet can opt for a dolphin cruise and camel or horse-trail adventure through the desert. Motor races are offered for the motorbike enthusiast and various hiking routes and caves across the country invite those who prefer to explore on foot. Extreme sports such as mountain climbing, endurance racing, skydiving and hiking the world’s second largest canyon are for those who like to feel adrenalin rushing through their veins! The driving can be challenging, distances are vast, the wildlife is really wild – it is surely not for the faint hearted.
Besides that, you will find some of the world’s most spectacular desert ecosystems as well as a wide range of landscapes, wildlife and people. Namibia’s magical beauty and virgin landscapes make it one arid, expansive paradise. Between the hospitable Namib Desert lining the Atlantic coast and the escarpment of the interior plateau hides a panorama of richly coloured sand dunes, vast plains, savannahs teeming with African game and rugged brown mountains. This landscape comprises some of the most pristine wilderness on the globe. The first country in the world to enshrine environmental protection in its national constitution, ensuring that roughly 40 percent of the territory is designated for conservation.
Also, Namibia is home to 11 ethnic groups of evident diversity. These are namely; Herero, Damara, Nama, Coloured, Baster, Owambo, Ovahimba, Kavango, Caprivian, and San and White people. Each of the varied cultural groups has their unique traditional traits that contribute to the richness of the Namibia’s cultural heritage and unity. There are a number of cuisines on offer – both traditional and international. Traditionally meat is the main food of choice among locals and Namibia beef is renowned worldwide for its quality and taste. There are plenty of restaurants including traditional/specialty (Italian, Portuguese, Indian, Chinese, German and others) restaurants countrywide with menus to cater for every taste.
“The countries breath-taking scenery and fascinating landscapes has the power to capture your heart. The deafening silence or the illumination of its horizons makes you feel minor insignificant and let your worries pale away. It is one of the places in the world that gives you peace of mind as you connect with nature and ultimately feel mentally charged. Its’ the kind of place that touches the soul, where the vast scale of un-spoilt natural environment gives you a sense of perspective and humility.
With these unique experiences “”you can leave Namibia, but it can never leave you….””
Sossusvlei – The Sossusvlei Region is situated in south-western Namibia and is characterized mainly by the Namib Naukluft Park and its highlight Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei. The Region is very diverse with the breath-taking Namib Desert – the oldest desert in the world – to the west and the Great escarpment forming a natural barrier between the Namib Desert and the central highlands to the far east.
Damaraland – The breath-taking mountainous region of Damaraland is home to an assortment of desert-adapted wildlife such as elephant, rhino, zebra and lion, which eke out an existence in this near-barren landscape. The breath-taking mountainous region of Damaraland is home to an assortment of desert-adapted wildlife such as elephant, rhino, zebra and lion, which eke out an existence in this near-barren landscape.
Swakopmund – Swakopmund is a coastal city in Namibia, west of the capital, Windhoek. Its sandy beaches face the Atlantic Ocean. Established by German colonists in 1892, the city’s colonial landmarks include the Swakopmund Lighthouse and the Mole, an old sea wall. Next to the lighthouse, the Swakopmund Museum documents Namibian history. Inland, the elegant Swakopmund Railway Station, now a hotel, also dates to the colonial era.
Himba People – Down in the Kunene and Omusati regions of Northern Namibia, are the semi-nomadic people of Ovahimba and Ovazimba tribes. It is customary, for them, for the women to engage in daily activities of milking cows, taking care of the children while the men go hunting, sometimes leaving for long periods of time. With a population of over 50,000, the Himba are a polygamous people where Himba girls are married off to male partners selected by their fathers once they attain puberty.