Experience a country like no other; with deserts, salt pans, wildlife and a coastline of skeletons. A country that has been twisted by time, by heat and by volcanic action into one vast sculpture.
Namibia is untamed. A vast, raw, uncompromising place as hostile as it is picturesque. A country that welcomes intrepid travellers and rewards them with a cache of hauntingly beautiful memories.
At times you will think you are standing on another planet. The desert landscapes twist the horizon and your sense of distance. But even they will not prepare you for the rolling red sea of dunes and blackened, dead trees clawing at the hard blue skies of Sossuvlei.
Anna Cecil – one of our Namibia experts – recommends you bring spare batteries for your camera, and prepare to experience a “profound sense of space and spirituality that only a desert can provide”.
She will also tailor-make an itinerary that takes you to meet the unique Herero clan and the traditional Himba people of Kaokoland. She’ll show you the infamous Skeleton Coast, named for the ribs of the vessels wrecked on its desolate shores. She’ll also suggest a safari to see the elephants of Damaraland, desert-adapted rhinos and the captivating waterways and wildlife of the Caprivi Strip.
Talk to Anna. Visit somewhere truly extraordinary.
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A captivating journey through Namibia, encompassing the best of this impressive country, from the dramatic Skeleton Coast to the wilderness of Damaraland and game-rich plains of Etosha National Park.Read more
Explore Namibia on your own self-drive safari, visiting the colonial town of Swakopmund, seal colonies in Cape Cross and enjoying the unspoiled wilderness of Waterberg Plateau.Read more
This 7-day air safari around Namibia explores the spectacular Namib Desert and Sossusvlei Dunes, as well as the desolate Skeleton Coast and finally the game rich plains of Etosha.Read more
A 4-day air safari visiting the misty beaches of the Skeleton Coast strewn with whalebones and rusting shipwrecks, with impressive aerial views of the dramatic landscape and wildlife.Read more
From Black Rhinos at Desert Rhino Camp to Cheetahs at Okonjima, this exciting safari shows you the important conservation work in these two areas of Namibia.Read more
Damaraland and Kaokoland camps and lodges
Who would have thought a semi-desert would provide such a richly fascinating and satisfyingly diverse experience?Read more
Helping save the rhino is extremely rewarding – it’s also an unforgettable safari adventure for intrepid travellers.Read more
Completely inaccessible, but the time spent travelling to this remote African wildlife paradise proves truly worthwhile.Read more
Sossusvlei and NamibRand camps and lodges
Etosha camps and lodges
A stylish lodge with comfortable interiors, offering the great outdoors. And it doesn’t come any greater, or more game-rich.Read more
While you’re out on safari, take a break from the adventure, and experience some real relaxation.Read more
A small camp offering the great outdoors. And it doesn’t come any greater, or more game-rich.Read more
Private safari houses of Namibia
Waterberg camps and lodges