Namibia is a wild land with countless animals species and magnificient landscapes.

With some huge areas still being wild, Namibia is a great place for conservation and research.


Seasons are reversed and weather is pretty unpredictable. During June, July and August, temperatures can drop below zero at night and be up to 28°C during the day.


Projects : Namibia

Adventure & Conservation Project

The Adventure & Conservation Project is located in a huge game reserve of about 45 000 hectares in the south of Namibia, in a semi-desertic environment. The main objective of this project is to ecologically restore and rewild this land which used to be a farming/hunting area.