Our People
  • Amy Waters snow biking Our Team

    Steppes Travel is made by the people who work here. Incredible holidays are made possible because of their vast travel experience and the great enthusiasm they bring to their work.

  • William Dalrymple Our Tour Experts

    We carefully select our experts based on their knowledge, companionship and influence, ensuring that you can travel with the most knowledgeable leaders in the field.

  • Liz Bonnin Heroes and Heroines

    The people who lead the way when it comes to those things which matter to us: exploration, the environment, women’s empowerment and education.


Where to stay

Below you can see some of the wonderful places we have recommended for this journey.

Omaanda £££££

  • Namibia
  • Safari and Wildlife Lodge

Located just outside Windhoek, Omaanda is set within a 9,000-hectare private reserve. This beautifully designed property is the first in a collection of African properties launched by Zannier, a luxury French hotel chain. The owner, Arnaud Zannier, was persuaded to expand to Namibia by Angelina Jolie, who supports the neighbouring Naankuse Wildlife Sanctuary.

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Olive Grove Guesthouse £££££

  • Namibia
  • Safari and Wildlife Lodge

Olive Grove is a small boutique guest house located in a leafy residential area of Namibia’s capital city Windhoek. An elegant, conveniently located hotel, Olive Grove is surrounded by tranquil gardens. Offering 11 rooms and suites, each tastefully furnished with a lovely veranda for al fresco dining. Other facilities include an inside lounge and fireplace, an honesty bar, downstairs dining area, intimate upper dining area, open-air lounge, plunge pool and a garden. There is also a wellness room with a resident therapist.

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Why Choose Steppes?

Our knowledge and expertise set us apart. So too our curiosity. It is this that drives us to create a journey that is really bespoke to you, all the while ensuring we travel and operate sustainably.

Are you ready to discover extraordinary once again?

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