Lazarus Petrus was a CITW camper who progressed through the Wilderness Safaris Namibia training system, to become arguably the most qualified barman in Namibia - he has an honours degree in Tourism! He is currently the Doro Nawas airstrip supervisor, where, based on guest feedback, arrivals and departures have become even more fun, especially thanks to the new coffee station he has installed!

Lazarus Petrus was a CITW camper who progressed through the Wilderness Safaris Namibia training system, to become arguably the most qualified barman in Namibia - he has an honours degree in Tourism! He is currently the Doro Nawas airstrip supervisor, where, based on guest feedback, arrivals and departures have become even more fun, especially thanks to the new coffee station he has installed!

Xigera airstrip - with added male lion! #Okavango #safari

Xigera airstrip - with added male lion! #Okavango #safari

Seasons Greetings from Wilderness Air Maun

Seasons Greetings from Wilderness Air Maun

Namibia's landscapes are arguably the most beautiful in Africa and the country is Wilderness Air’s second biggest operation, servicing some eight camps and moving approximately 14,000 passengers per annum. Namibia is a large country with key destinations far apart, making air charter an obvious solution for travel.

Namibia's landscapes are arguably the most beautiful in Africa and the country is Wilderness Air’s second biggest operation, servicing some eight camps and moving approximately 14,000 passengers per annum. Namibia is a large country with key destinations far apart, making air charter an obvious solution for travel.

Brand-new Airvan in Botswana

Brand-new Airvan in Botswana

Fond memories of summertime in the Namib-Naukluft National Park with the dunes of Sossusvlei in the distance. Namibia is Wilderness Air’s second biggest operation, servicing over 11 camps and moving approximately 14 000 passengers every year...

Fond memories of summertime in the Namib-Naukluft National Park with the dunes of Sossusvlei in the distance. Namibia is Wilderness Air’s second biggest operation, servicing over 11 camps and moving approximately 14 000 passengers every year...

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