BENEFITING: World Wildlife Fund
Marlice van Vuuren, one of Namibia's most well known conservationist, together with her husband Dr. Rudie van Vuuren and their pharmacist friend Chris Heunis started N/a’an ku sê Lodge & Wildlife Sanctuary in 2007. N/a’an ku sê is committed to playing a key role in conservation and the protection of the Namibian wildlife, land and people.
Our vision is an Africa where humans and wildlife can live and thrive together
Our mission is to conserve the land, cultures and wildlife of Namibia and
rescue species threatened by an ever-shrinking habitat.
The sanctuary accommodates mostly orphaned and injured animals that cannot be released back into the wild. Several additional projects are also taking place including our Carnivore Conservation Research Project, our Bushman School and the Lifeline Clinic at Epukiro.
By visiting our unique lodge, taking part in a carnivore feeding tour or volunteering at one of our projects, you can help to make our vision a reality. All profits from our activities go directly to benefit our work with wildlife conservation, our Lifeline Clinic in Epukiro and the people from the Bushman community we employ.
We are solely reliant on generous donations from our volunteers, guests and supporters to continue our vital work to protect the animals and people who simply cannot survive alone. Find out how you can get involved.