Destination: Namibia

Namibia Holidays

The land of sand and with just 3 people per square kilometer, Namibia is the least populated country on the African Continent.The landscape is vast,  comprised of inaccessible desert and alien-like terrain which supports an  extraordinary abundance of wildlife.

The most popular destination is undoubtedly Sossusvlei and the Namib  desert.

Climbing the iconic red dunes of Sossusvlei, racing through the dunes on quad  bikes in Swakopmund, searching for desert-adapted elephant and  endangered black rhino in Damaraland, seeing numerous species all sharing a waterhole at the same time in Etosha and tracking cheetah on foot at  Okonjima … this is just a snippet of what to expect when exploring Namibia.

If you are looking to get well off the beaten track, the dramatic Skeleton Coast with its fog-clad shores interspersed with the rusting hulks of shipwrecks and  cape fur seal colonies numbering in their tens of thousands is just the place for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Namibia can be visited all year round but if you looking to avoid the extreme summer temperatures, we would recommend the period from May to October.

Namibia is a vast and sparsely populated country with plenty of untouched landscapes and wildlife to admire.To name just a few, these include the Big 5,  zebra, free-roaming black rhino, Cape Fur seals, its national symbol the Oryx, as  well as various other antelopes.

Namibia is very popular for self drive trips. Keep in mind that the country is vast and give yourself enough time to enjoy your trip. Namibia’s road network is one  of the best in the world, and even their gravel roads are safe to drive on. All road  signs are international and easy to understand.

Parts of northern Namibia, Etosha and Capri Strip are low risk malaria areas.

Where to Stay In Namibia

Untouched and Untamed Paradise Namibia


Namibia’s spectacular desert landmark offers a variety of accommodation and activities


Untouched and Untamed Paradise Namibia

Damaraland & Skeleton Coast

Awe-inspiring desert landscapes and remote desert coastline.


Untouched and Untamed Paradise Namibia

Etosha National Park

Spectacular wildlife viewing with a variety of accommodation.


Namibia Highlights

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Hoanib Valley Camp

From R10,630.00 per person

Enjoy a fantastic dessert safari in this luxury family friendly camp.

Ongava Tented Camp

From R9,800.00 per person

A wilderness wonderland in the unique Etosha wilderness.

Sossusvlei Desert Lodge

From R9,400.00 per person

Enjoy a fantastic dessert safari in this luxury family friendly camp.