Serra Cafema, Namib Desert, Namibia

Serra Cafema Camp is a Premier Camp

4Cs Projects at Serra Cafema Camp

The land on which Serra Cafema is constructed is leased from the 300 000-hectare Marienfluss Conservancy which is comprised primarily of the Himba people, who are amongst the last semi-nomadic peoples on the planet.


Marienfluss Conservancy and the Himba people

With the utmost respect for the Himba peoples and culture, Serra Cafema has been able to establish excellent relationships with the adjacent Himba villages. Guests are able to experience traditional Himba culture in a respectful interaction to the benefit of all.

Namibia Sea Turtle Project

Just north of the Kunene River mouth, a host of sea turtles annually nest on Angolan beaches when they are vulnerable to slaughter by local fishermen. To this end, Wilderness Safaris is involved in a conservation initiative with the aim of securing nesting beaches in southern Angola and monitoring, feeding and development in Namibian waters.

Latest Serra Cafema Camp Album

Submitted by: Johann Louw, Nov 16, 2013

»View All Galleries

Latest News From Serra Cafema Camp

  • Serra Cafema Camp – February 2014
    Feb 28, 2014

    News and views from the banks of the Kunene River!

    » Read the full story
  • Serra Cafema Camp - November 2013
    Nov 30, 2013

    Hot and dry conditions make the Kunene River a major attraction for wildlife and guests alike…

    » Read the full story
  • Serra Cafema Camp - June 2013
    Jul 31, 2013

    A western-barred spitting cobra was spotted eating a smaller tiger snake. The awesome snake likes thick dry bushy areas as they hunt for prey like lizard, mice, small birds and even other snakes. It has a reputation of being an...

    » Read the full story

A Quote From Our Guests

“ Serra Cafema Camp is one of the most isolated safari camps in Africa which was reason enough for me to want to visit. Set on the banks of the Kunene river on the border with Angola, this luxury camp is a delightful oasis.A visit to a local Himba family was quite interesting. ”
» Read or Post a Review

Reviewed by: marnman, 2013.07.29