Discover the captivating landscapes of Namibia with our range of camping and lodge-accommodated safari tours and tailor-made holidays.
Namibia, wedged between the dusty plains of the Kalahari Desert and the chilly Atlantic Ocean, is a country of striking natural beauty. The vast shifting sand sea of the ancient Namib Desert and the iconic apricot coloured dunes of Namib-Naukluft National Park stand in stark contrast to the blackened trees of the surreal Petrified Forest, the harsh but beautiful Skeleton Coast and the tropical waterways of the Caprivi Strip. Whether you wish to explore Namibia on an overland camping safari, a lodge accommodated safari, or do it your own way on a tailor made holiday, it's an enchanting destination that won't fail to impress.
Top Namibia Travel Deals and Upcoming Tours
|Trip Name||Starts||Departing||From USD||Deal||Map|
|Cape to Falls - 22 days||Cape Town, South Africa||15 Apr 2017||USD $808||was $1,615 2-for-1|||
|Great African Expedition - 57 days||Nairobi, Kenya||15 Apr 2017||USD $2,518||was $5,035 2-for-1|||
|Cape to Namibia - 14 days||Cape Town, South Africa||15 Apr 2017||USD $628||was $1,255 2-for-1|||
|Kenya to Cape - 43 days||Nairobi, Kenya||15 Apr 2017||USD $1,753||was $3,505 2-for-1|||
|Falls to Namibia - 10 days||Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe||22 Apr 2017||USD $493||was $985 2-for-1|||
Namibia Overland Safari Tours
Take an overland camping safari through Namibia on board specially modified trucks led by a three-man crew (driver, cook and tour leader).
Namibia Lodge accommodated safaris
Explore Namibia in a more comfortable fashion with a smaller group size and comfortable 3-4 star standard lodges and permanent tented camps.
Namibia Safari Holidays
Visit Namibia with the flexibility of choosing your preferred accommodation and departure date minus the group on our private safari holidays.
From the towering dunes of Sossusvlei and the barren Skeleton coast and ghost town of Kolmanskop to the dusty plains of Etosha National Park – Namibia has it all. Our expert tailor-made team are on hand to deliver this and more in a bespoke holiday itinerary, designed around your preferences and interests. Whatever parts of this amazing country that you want to visit, we can arrange the perfect trip at a comfort level and price to suit you so why not get in touch?
Namibia tour reviews
Scoring an average traveller rating of 4.88 out of 5 based on 8 recent reviews — See All Namibia Reviews
Excellent trip. I had a great time. There was nothing I could complain about. While we were not on a luxury camping expedition from what we paid, and it was not all that much, it was good value for our money. Guide was great and was always willing to talk with me, even answer what was probably an endless list of questions. Over 22 days we definitely had a feel for what the country looks like. ”
Thoroughly enjoyed! Will return to Africa sometime but would like to include other countries e,g. Mozambique etc. The driver Ian and the amazing cook- Thembelani also added to the excellence of the trip.”
Manda did everything to make the stay a great experience, he was always available, answered each and every question, helped out when needed. Great guy.”
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The sand dunes of Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert are one of Namibia's most popular attraction and it's not difficult to see why. Reaching heights of 380 metres and covering a vast area of 32,000 sq km, these sand dunes are some of the tallest in the world, taking centuries to form with oxidised sand of stunning red, orange and pink hues. Located 45km from the Sesrium Gate, Dune 45 is one of the most accessible and offers an unparalleled sunrise experience.
Recommended places to visit in Namibia
With awe-inspiring natural beauty, otherworldly landscapes and charming colonial towns, Namibia is a top destination in Africa and to get you inspired we've put together our selection of best places to visit in this gem of southern Africa:
Etosha National Park is a vast game reserve where elephants, lions, rhinos, giraffes and more all roam freely. One of the park's most defining characteristic is the huge salt pan which spreads out across more than 4,500 square kilometres, covering around 25% of the entire park and visible from space. Many of the camps on the reserve have floodlights next to the nearest waterholes for those keen on doing some night viewing.
Few places on earth will leave you quite as utterly awestruck as the Fish River Canyon. It is the second largest canyon in the world and consists of huge rocky mountains which stretch out as far as the eye can see, broken up by gorges and canyons that plunge over 500m. There is an 85km hiking trail which takes intrepid visitors through this vast region, which has built up and formed over the course of hundreds of millions of years.
Encompassing one of the world's oldest deserts alongside rugged mountain ranges in the southwest of Namibia, the Namib Naukluft National Park is one of the country's largest reserves and home to a wealth of wildlife including hyenas, jackals, mountain zebra and leopards. It's also here that you'll find the classic desert scenery of the salt pans of Sossusvlei and the towering sand dunes of Sesriem punctuated by areas of dead marshes where acacia trees stand lifelessly.
Swakopmund is the number one place in Namibia when it comes to seaside retreats. Benefiting from an ocean breeze, the climate here can be a welcome relief from the intense heat of more inland parts of the country. Throughout the town, colonial style buildings sit importantly along the roads, remnants of Swakopmund's days as a German colony. For thrill-seekers, there are a number of different extreme sports on offer here including shark fishing, sandboarding and parachuting.
Twyfelfontein has gained worldwide recognition and fame for having one of the largest collections of petroglyphs on the continent. The drawings on the rocks depict hunter-gatherer rituals over the course of 2,000 years. The site is located in the African savannah and is surrounded by tabletop mountains and stretches of dry grassy brush. If the rock carvings weren’t enough to keep you satisfied, their surroundings will certainly complete the job.
Namibia Travel Guide
Use our handy travel guide resources to plan and prepare for your trip to Namibia with info on where to go, visas and more.
Places on our must-see list of any visit to Namibia
Information on climatic and weather conditions in Namibia
Money, shopping, transport, food, health advice & more
Visa requirements for Namibia and info on getting your visa
What to expect on an overland camping expedition
More about our lodge accommodated safaris in Africa
Where to see Africa's wildlife and the best time to do so
Our guide to the best places to see the Big 5
- The Second Coming of Mavala Shikongo
by Peter Orner
- The Purple Violet of Oshaantu
by Neshani Andreas
- Born of the Sun: A Namibian Novel
by Joseph Diescho
Facts about Namibia
- Namibia is home to the largest single piece of meteor on the planet, which weighs around 66 tonnes.
- The largest number of free-roaming cheetahs in the world (between 2,000 and 3,000) can be found in Namibia.
- Namibia has the highest sand dunes in the world. Located in Sossuvlei, the largest is 1,256 ft in height.
Highlights of a safari to Namibia
Namibia has an abundance of wildlife and is home to Etosha National Park, one of Africa’s finest national parks, where big game roam on the park’s ethereal silvery pan and gather to drink at the floodlit waterholes, a unique experience and a highlight on any safari. Namibia boasts spectacular scenery and wildlife, coupled with Sossusvlei, the world’s largest sand dunes; the Namib Desert, the world's oldest desert and Fish River Canyon, the second largest canyon in the world. Not to mention ancient rock art, desert adapted animals and the fascinating Himba tribe, which make Namibia a truly unique and enchanting wilderness destination.