On 1st June 2005 Wild Dog & Crazy Kudu formed a merger, joining forces to become one of Namibia’s largest mobile safari operators, and the biggest company in Namibia to specialise in camping safaris.
Originally conceived, born and operated as two separate companies in 1997, Wild Dog Safaris & Crazy Kudu Safaris always had a close association for the first eight years of their separate existence. Both companies operated their first safaris in July 1997 and over the ensuing years, individually built up respected trading names within the Namibian tourism industry.
Wilddog Safaris Vehicles
Wild Dog & Crazy Kudu Safaris use specially modified and custom-built
Toyota Dyna trucks with pop-tops. The vehicles have modified seating
for more leg room and there are large windows for game viewing.
The pop-tops are great for photographing game.
Wilddog Safaris Equipment
The tents are dome type with built in ground-sheets and screened
windows and doors. They are simple to put up, and allow standing
headroom inside. All camping equipment is supplied except for a
sleeping bag (although these may be hired if required). This includes
chairs with backrests, tables, washstands, cutlery and crockery.
The mattresses are approximately 5cm thick and covers are supplied.
Wilddog Safaris Guides
Wild Dog & Crazy Kudu Safaris employs full-time guides who
are all registered with NATH (Namibian Academy for Tourism and Hospitality)
and trained to a high standard.