N/a'an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary

The N/a’an ku sê Lodge and Wildlife Sanctuary is 3,200 hectares of protected land just half an hour from Windhoek. In a landscape of camel thorn trees, riverbeds and stone canyons, the reserve is a little piece of wilderness, home to free roaming herds of zebra, giraffe and antelopes, as well as African big carnivores such as cheetahs, leopards and caracal.

The award-winning, beautiful N/a’an ku sê (Naankuse) Lodge offers an experience that you’ll never forget. Please visit our lodge website for more information and rates.

N/a’an ku sê also offers volunteers the chance to work with some of Africa’s greatest wildlife at our Wildlife Sanctuary and care for cheetahs, leopards, lions and Africa’s second most endangered carnivore, the African Wild Dog! Find out more about our volunteer programme.

The reserve hosts a sanctuary for animals in need of rescue, rehabilitation and sometimes relocation and an eco-friendly lodge which offers the San Bushman community a new opportunity to develop job skills in the hospitality industry.

As a charity we do not receive any government funding and are solely reliant on generous donations and the time of volunteers to continue our vital work.

Our Wildlife Sanctuary, Carnivore Conservation Research Projects and Clever Cubs School could not function without the hard work, dedication, support and time of our volunteers.

Find out more about N/a’an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary

GPS: 22° 21′ 51.82″S 17° 22′ 44.80″E (-22.364394 17.379111)

Support the N/a’an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary

Volunteer programme


Volunteer at N/a’an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary for a once in a lifetime opportunity…

Volunteers play a crucial role in our work in rehabilitating and caring for sick, orphaned and/or conflict animals. Volunteers help us with the daily care and feeding of each animal that calls N/a’an ku sê home, as well as helping us to maintain and develop the sanctuary.  This is an exceptional opportunity to get hands on with African wildlife.

Click here to embark on a conservation adventure with N/a’an ku sê!

Projects at N/a’an ku sê Wildife Sanctuary