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Namibia

Characterised by otherworldly landscapes, intriguing wildlife and one of the lowest population densities in Africa, Namibia is home to some of the most unique safari holidays on the continent. Variety of experience is what sets tailor-made Namibia holidays apart, offering everything from climbing sand dunes and hiking along remote canyons, to meeting cheetahs up close and kayaking with seals.

For more information or to discuss the best Namibia safari holiday for you, contact us today.

 

OUR SAFARIS

  • Sossusvlei

    Sossusvlei is one of the best places to visit in Namibia and can easily be included in most safari holiday itineraries.

  • Etosha National Park

    There is nowhere in Namibia that matches the exceptional game viewing experience of a safari in Etosha National Park.

  • Skeleton Coast National Park

    Located on Namibia’s western shores, the Skeleton Coast National Park is one of the last areas of true wilderness on the planet and a real highlight for most visitors.

  • Damaraland

    Arid grasslands, dramatic granite formations, ancient riverbeds and desert-adapted animals make Damaraland a dream for adventure seekers.

  • Swakopmund

    Swakopmund is a charming seaside town that is ideally situated to tie in with an escorted or self-drive tour of Namibia.

  • Namib-Naukluft National Park

    The Namib-Naukluft National Park is a 49,768 km² ocean of red sand dunes, gravel plains and mountains. Combined, they form Africa’s largest national park.

  • NamibRand Nature Reserve

    The NamibRand Nature Reserve is located to the west of the Nubib Mountains and east of the Namib-Naukluft National Park.

  • Central Highlands

    The Namibia Central Highlands are characterised by the dramatic Waterberg Plateau and the arid fringes of the Kalahari Desert.

  • Okonjima Nature Reserve

    The Okonjima Nature Reserve is a 200 km² malaria-free area located in Namibia’s Central Highlands region. It is famed for big cat sightings and is the home of the AfriCat Foundation.

  • Erindi Private Game Reserve

    This privately-owned reserve covers 710 km² of Namibia’s Central Highlands and is home to many iconic and endemic wildlife species. The name Erindi means ‘place of water‘ and an abundance of animals thrive here.

  • Zambezi Region (Caprivi Strip)

    The Zambezi Region, formerly known as the Caprivi Strip, is a slice of land in north-eastern Namibia.

  • Fish River Canyon

    At 160 kms long, 27 kms wide and over half a kilometre deep, the scale of the Fish River Canyon has to be seen to be believed.

  • Windhoek

    Windhoek is the capital of Namibia and located in the heart of the country. It is typically the start and end point for a safari holiday in Namibia, and the city is conveniently located around 45 minutes from Windhoek airport.

When to go

 

Travel to Namibia can be enjoyed year-round as there is very little annual rainfall and the climate is enjoyable for the majority of the time. Wildlife viewing is best between the months of June and September when there is less water around and animals tend to concentrate near permanent water sources making them easier to find.

 

From December to March days can become humid and there is a greater chance of short rain showers, mainly in the northern part of the country.

 

If you’re still wondering when to visit Namibia, have a chat to one of our experts and they’ll help you work out when is best for your visit.

 

To see our month by month guide on the best times to visit Namibia, click here.

 

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How to Book a Namibia Safari Holiday

Take a look at our recommended Namibia safari itineraries and hand-picked Namibia lodges, camps and hotels for a bit of inspiration to get you started.

 

To discuss your tailor-made Namibia safari holiday packages, luxury honeymoons or family safari itineraries, speak to one of our Namibia experts today by contacting us.

 

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