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We offer 100% fully customized, all-inclusive tours built around your needs and expectations.

By ‘fully customized’ we mean you determine 100% the duration, season, type of accommodation and the overall budget. Every single thing we cater to is based on the individually unique needs of the client, we are literally here to SERVE your NEEDS!


What do we mean by all-inclusive safaris?


At M. Haas Adventure travel, we aim to make you experience the real Namibia, not the one created for the international tourist market. Martin has driven across Namibia, from West to East and from North to South. There is not a corner in this country that he has not been, but here are some of his favorite places:

Kunene Region

The Kunene region is traditionally the home of the OvaHimba people, the last nomadic tribe in Namibia. It is one of the 14 regions in Namibia and lies in the North-West of the country.
The OvaHimba, is known wide and far for sticking to wearing traditional clothing, not adapting to modern times, and the red colored clay they use. What makes our tours different to all the other ones available on the market is that we take you to the traditional village, not the commercial village set up for tourists. This amazing tribe predominantly farm with livestock, including fat-tailed sheep and goats, however, cattle is their most prizes possession.

The Coast of Namibia

Namibia’s coastline stretches 1572km and, is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Divided by a tar road, you have the majestic Namib desert on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other.
Swakopmund is by far the most popular tourist destination in Namibia, a must see for every visitor. Known for its colonial-era German architecture, as well as the large sand dunes towering above the town to the south, there are countless activities to do, from desert tours to quad-biking all the way up to cultural activities.

The Etosha National Park

The Etosha Pan is comfortably the largest saltpan in Africa, at 130km’s long and 50km’s wide, this is the Park’s most distinctive feature. Moreover, the saltpan is even visible from space. The name Etosha comes from the Oshiwambo word Etosha, meaning “great white place”. The pan is also the only known mass breeding site for Flamingo’s in Namibia and at one given time there can be up to 1 million flamingo’s on the pan. The Park is also home to 114 different mammal species and offer a must for any visitor to Namibia.

Caprivi/Zambezi Region

The Caprivi/Zambezi Strip, which juts out from Namibia’s northeast corner like an extra limb, feels as distant from the rest of the country as it appears on the map. It is bordered on the north by Angola and Zambia, and on the south by Botswana. At various times, four of Southern Africa’s most magnificent rivers (the Kavango, Chobe, Zambezi, and Cuando) pass through the region, transforming it into a lush green oasis. Namibia is known for the ocher dunes of Sossusvlei and the parched plains of Damaraland, but the country’s beauty is best evident in the lush heart of the Caprivi.


Between the dunes of Sossusvlei and the animal sanctuary of Etosha National Park lies a lesser-known gem: northeastern Damaraland’s raw, untamed landscapes. With vast, dry plains interrupted by unexpected towering outcrops of rust-colored granite, this semi-desert region is one of the country’s most magnificent. Elephants and rhinos walk freely here, and the stars shine brightly against the velvet sky at night, like a thousand fires.