Since 2012 N/a’an ku sê started managing Neuras and continues to monitor large carnivores in the area, as well as to capitalize on the potential to support conservation through wine production. Volunteers will help the Neuras team record wildlife information from game counts, wildlife cameras, site exploration, and large carnivore GPS data that will contribute to the long-term management of the estate.
Neuras Wine and Wildlife Estate is located in the Pro-Namib ecosystem and totals 144km2 (or 14 400ha). The estate is uniquely nestled in a much larger public and private conservation landscape and therefore adds to Namibia’s large-scale wildlife protection efforts. The northern section encompasses the majestic Naukluft Mountain range, and the Tsauchab river system that empties into Namibia’s famous Sossusvlei pan. The southern part of the property is a geological maze of an extensive canyon complex with a unique underground cave system. These environments along with the five springs provide specialized ecosystems and contain highly adapted wildlife that the Neuras team strives to protect and study.

Researchers become first-hand involved in conservation through the research and monitoring of free-ranging carnivores.
• Capture Mark Release
• Radio Telemetry Tracking
• Game Counting
Please note:
The program at Neuras runs for 7 nights starting every Saturday. Multiple week bookings are encouraged to ensure a lasting impact on the project and due to the diversity of activities.
Research work can be combined with any safari extension. Please see the Namibia Safari sections for more information.

For more information contact the Namibia Vet Safari team at