On the West Coast of Southern Africa, Namibia is a land of diversity and contrast. From the red sand dunes of Sossusvlei to the lush bush of Etosha, it is a country of vast deserted landscapes and extraordinary wildlife. As a country twice the size of Germany, boasting the second lowest population density in the world, visitors to Namibia come to understand the true meaning of escapism – the quintessential African adventure!
Most travellers will enter the country in Windhoek, transferring either by road or plane to each of the popular destinations in Namibia. However, each of these unique locations is situated far from its neighbour, often requiring full days spent travelling in the car with few rest stops and minimal changes in scenery. The solution? Fly.
There are numerous flight routings in Namibia allowing for quick and easy transfers right to the front door of your accommodation. And let’s face it, when you are paying to stay, you want to get the most out of your time in each destination - flying is the way to do just that. Trade in the monotony of car games for a cocktail with a view or a stint in the spa. This will leave you with more time to go on game drives and enjoy the abundant activities.
The most visited destinations are Sossusvlei and the Namib Desert where you will find dunes stretching to the horizon and gemsboks dotted within the sands, Damaraland and the Skeleton Coast for a wilderness adventure and Etosha National Park for your bush safari.
Our team of travel experts recently hit the road in Namibia to scope out all the best hotels and lodges so that we are able to provide our clients with the latest, first-hand advice on where to stay and how to get there. Watch our fun Namibia Roadtrip video for a taste of what we got up to.
With such a diverse range of destinations, a variety of accommodation options and complex travel logistics, we're here to help you make sense of it all and make the most of your visit. So speak to one of Rhino Africa’s expert travel consultants to ensure that your make the most out of your African holiday and experience the very best of Nambia.
Take a look at one of our client's blogs about exploring Namibia.