There are so many things to see and do in Namibia, you will be spoilt for choice. Luckily our Namibian travel experts will be able to help you make the most informed choice. Namibia is a country dominated by desert and no Namibian holiday would seem complete without spending some time understanding and appreciating the desert. The other fascinating aspect of Namibia is the wildlife and Etosha National Park is home to many of Africa's remarkable animals. Damaraland and the Skeleton Coast is a fascinating destination as here you learn about the special adaptations that wildlife have made to live in the harsh desert conditions, including the desert adapted black rhino and elephant.
Windhoek is the capital city of Namibia and is the starting point for most safaris. With its modern, German architecture, it's a quirky city that will keep you busy before your trip begins.
Kaokoland and Kunene River
The Kaokoland and Kunene River area of Namibia is located in the very top North West corner of the country. It's extremely remote and only accessible by light and 4 wheel drive aircraft. Go here to see the Himba people as well as remote wilderness areas.
The Waterberg Plateau is situated about 2 hours north of Windhoek and makes the perfect self drive destination. Stay at Okonjima and visit the Africat Foundation a rehabilitation project that reintroduces cheetah and other predators into the wild.
The Caprivi Strip in north-eastern Namibia is a remote and unique destination quite unlike anywhere else in the country. Its verdant network of rivers and wetlands mean that it is an oasis attracting great wildlife and beautiful birds.
Luderitz is a small seaside town in the South East corner of Namibia, a remote destination that is definitely worth a two or more night stay. Stay here and visit the Ghost Town of Kolmanskop and the Wild Horses of Aus.
Whether by chance or ingenuity, Namibia’s capital is located in the very heart of the country. Windhoek, with its German influence and cosmopolitan nature, is the very gateway to all that the country has to offer – particularly Central Namibia.
Visit the Kalahari. The fossil desert is covered with trees, ephemeral rivers, fossilised watercourses and huge numbers of mammals, birds and reptiles
Damaraland is perfectly located to act as a stop over and boasts several unique highlights such as the petrified forest and desert adopted wildlife
Rundu is a quaint town littered with interesting activities and several accommodation options. The town is known for its intricate wood carvings made by locals
The Waterberg region is perfectly placed between Windhoek and Etosha National Park and is home to an array of attractions. Accommodation options are varied and plentiful.
Helmeringhausen is a dusty little hamlet in Namibia surrounded by orange and red desert sands, a palpable silence wraps itself around the landscape promising a rustic escape
Eupapa Falls on the boarder of Namibia and Angola offer fantastic photographic opportunities, sundowner trips to spectacular lookout points are on offer too
Along the Skeleton Coast, the oceans are seasonal playgrounds for whales, seals and sea lions while further inland the riverbeds are populated by lions, rhinos and giraffes
The Erongo region is home to two of Namibia's best loved towns, Swakopmund and Walvis Bay. Guests have a variety of accommodation options to chose from.
Keetmanshoop is a gateway to surrounding scenic and historic attractions, it is also a popular stop en-route for those travelling between South Africa and Namibia.
Ranging from thundering waterfalls and furious white-water rapids to serene rock pools and tranquil streams; the Kunene river meanders along the surrounding landscape, attracting a plethora of wildlife to its varied banks
Etosha is home to one of Namibia's most iconic attractions, from the Etosha National Park centred in the land to a variety of game reserves on its outskirts
The relentless expanse of the Namib desert is home to countless undulating dunes and stretches for an impressive 2 000km from the Olifants River in South Africa to the Carunjamba River in Angola, encompassing Namibia’s entire coastline in between.
Fish River Canyon
The Fish River Canyon is a mecca for self-drive enthusiasts, amateur and pro photographers, outdoorsmen and nature lovers world-wide who flock to the alluring brink of the winding river.
Aus is noted for its herd of feral horses living in the desert. Aus now welcomes passing tourists who are exploring Namibia's wonders by road
In the area around Swakopmund, visitors will find a profusion of activities and excursions on offer in the town itself and the nearby attractions
In full flood, the powerful thrust of the water of the Ruacana Falls rivals even that of Victoria falls and covers the verdant surroundings in a fine mist of spray
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