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Geographic Expeditions is debuting its first women-only adventure, choosing Namibia as its focus thanks to the country’s leadership in Africa in terms of gender equality. This is an opportunity to explore the vast landscapes of Namibia in a small women-only group tour that will include safari drives, nature treks and scenic flights, and encounters with local female artisans, entrepreneurs, conservationists, mothers and teachers. The first voyage begins on Sept. 1, 2024. 

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This luxury expedition is 13 days long and will take your clients across Namibia’s sand dunes and savannahs with stops to meet some of the women shaping this country. This is no ordinary getaway, as Geographic Expeditions describes it as “a life-altering experience, and doing so in the company of like-minded adventurers amplifies the transformative journey, leaving a deep and lasting impression.”

Damara Living Museum. (Photo by Geographic Expeditions)

Along the way, your clients will hop on rovers for game drives with the woman founder of the AfriCat Foundation to search for leopards in the savannah, chat with craftswomen and female entrepreneurs in Windhoek and Sossusvlei and even walk the plains with a ranger from the Save the Rhino Trust who will lead them through the habitat of the endangered black rhino.

At the AfriCat Foundation, clients will also have the opportunity to go behind the scenes with their veterinary staff, who specialize in caring for large predators. They’ll also venture out to discover the UNESCO-listed Twyfelfontein petroglyphs and the Great Namib Sand Sea, safari in the wildlife-rich Etosha National Park, fly over the scenic Skeleton Coast’s sand dunes and shipwrecks, marvel at the illustrative embroidery by the women at Penduka Development Trust and more.

 The tour includes all accommodations; most meals; all ground transportation and airport transfers; sightseeing, game drives, events, visits, and entrance fees; all park and conservation fees; the services of a GeoEx trip leader, professional wildlife guides/drivers and camp staff; some gratuities; the expertise of GeoEx’s travel specialists; the services of GeoEx’s in-house air reservations team; bottled or filtered water at included meals and while sightseeing; and emergency evacuation services and secondary medical expense insurance.

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