Namibian Explorer

    By Christina Du Plessis | September 30, 2021

    Why book the Namibian Explorer The land of open spaces, stunning vistas, and endless wonder. The desert teems with unseen life. Tiny lizards escape detection in the slopes of vibrant red dunes, and the night sky explodes with stars, undimmed by city lights. True silence can be found here, the perfect setting to recharge your soul.  Our 12-day Namibian Explorer itinerary can be booked as either Private or Scheduled tour  Why book this tour?We stay within the borders of… … Read More »

    Early Bird Special - Book Now

    By Christina Du Plessis | September 20, 2021

    Our 2022 touring options are now live on our website.  You will be able to browse through all our tour offerings ranging from 4 days all the way to 55 days.  Our group tours are the most affordable way to travel and explore Africa. To celebrate all things travel, we would like to invite you to book one of our 2022 tours under our Early Bird Deal.   Take advantage of this discount and save 10%… … Read More »

    Our 2022/2023 Digital Catalogue is Live!

    By Christina Du Plessis | August 24, 2021

    Download our latest brochure here! Hello Fellow Past, Current and Future Nomads We are so excited to be releasing our 2022/2023 catalogue this August. For the first time ever we are doing a 2 year validity catalogue in order to aid our travellers who wish to plan ahead for their Africa safari. With so many changes around us, we kept it simple for you, by sticking to our same itinerary for all routes and avoiding… … Read More »

    We Are Back on the Road!

    By Christina Du Plessis | July 27, 2021

    It’s been 18 months since the wheels turned on our scheduled departures and we couldn’t be more excited!  We are heading back out on the road this August! The final checks have been made, the protocols are in place and we are ready to welcome you back to Africa.  Things are going to look and feel a little different out on the road, but rest assured,  your Nomad crew will continue to offer you a… … Read More »

    SARDINE RUN EPIC

    By Christina Du Plessis | July 22, 2021

    The annual Great Sardine Run is a natural phenomenon which usually occurs during the months of June and July, when massive schools of sardines migrate from the colder waters around the Cape to the warmer waters of Kwazulu-Natal to give birth to their offspring. The 2021 Sardine Run along the southern coast of South Africa, has come and gone.  Although a shorter run than usual, our colleagues African Dive Adventures report that there was certainly… … Read More »

    Private Guided South Africa Tour

    By Handrick | January 27, 2021

    South Africa is open for travel! Open spaces | Diverse culture | Best Big-5 sightings | Rich History Pack away the road maps, roll down your window and feel the fresh air of South Africa blow through your hair. Allow our experienced guide to navigate the highways and byways of our Rainbow Nation, from the Lowveld of Johannesburg to the coast of Cape Town. Covering 4750km of game parks, rolling hills, beautiful beaches, forests and… … Read More »

    The Best Bachelor Weekend in Cape Town!

    By Handrick | December 11, 2020

    At Nomad, we can either book you onto one of our scheduled camping or accommodated tours, or we can organise and tailor make an experience specifically to meet your group's requirements.  Whether it's a birthday, bachelors, anniversary or a holiday with friends, chat to us and see what we can do for you.  Recently we received this feedback from Marc Sher who organised a bachelor party on the West Coast. I was given a brief… … Read More »

    The Pandemic, and Travelling with Nomad

    By Handrick | July 9, 2020

    With the yearning to get out there and to start travelling and exploring again, we have received a number of enquiries as to what our on tour efforts will be to help our clients be safe. As we all know, social distancing is at the heart of combating this disease. And no-one has this better covered than Africa! Whether you are camping or in accommodation, the places we use have space aplenty, and you will… … Read More »

    The Victoria Falls and Me - A Love Story

    By a | June 7, 2020

    The Victoria Falls and Me - A Love Story I am the ultimate tourist. I want to see as much of famous landmarks as I am able to. To my mind destinations become tourist attractions because they are special. During a visit to America I was impressed but not moved by the Niagara Falls. I donned the yellow raincoat and wore the little hat when I viewed the Falls up close but the commercialism and… … Read More »

    The Adventure of A Self Drive Road Trip in Africa

    By Ashlee Peterson | September 2, 2019

    Since this trip began we have focused very much on the sights that we’ve seen, and the highlights that this extraordinary continent has to offer. In this edition of our blog we wanted to add a little more of the realities of a self-drive, and what that has meant for us personally, as we have traversed 5 countries and experienced their various challenges. Our spectacular traveling office and home, satirically named ‘Jalopy’, is a wonderful… … Read More »