Namibia is a land of light and shadow, of spectacular desert landscapes that speak to the nomad in each of us. Saturated colours and cool shade chase each other across gnarled rocks and sinuous dunes, including the highest in the world. Namibia is host to unique wildlife, adapted to the challenging desert conditions, and unique cultures – people like the shamanic Himba who are able to survive in the most remote villages.

Namibia’s history is full of dark tales of shipwrecks and diamonds, and you can still see the rusting bones of old ships dotted along the Skeleton Coast. Cold ocean currents, life-giving mists and timeless geology combine to create moving, haunting landscapes and magical encounters, miles from anywhere. Where else can you visit a vast seal colony, sand board down towering dunes, and gaze on amazing displays of stars whilst listening to barking geckos – all in the same day?

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Namibia Sample Itineraries

Namibia can be seen in a number of ways.  Self-drive holidays are popular as the infrastructure and information is available.  It is safe to drive, and many destinations do not require a 4×4 vehicle.  Namibia is a vast country, and therefore distances can be long, but there are plenty of very comfortable self-drive itineraries and recommendations that will allow you to see all that Namibia  has to offer.  Fly-in safaris are also very popular – flying in light aircraft between the camps/lodges, allowing you to see the incredible vastness from the air, as well as cutting out the travelling time on the ground.  There is an itinerary to suit your needs and budget, so chat to us about the possibilities.

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14 day/13 night Self-drive Namibia

  • 1 night Olive Grove Guesthouse, Windhoek
  • 3 nights Onguma Bush Camp, Etosha
  • 3 nights Mowani Mountain Camp, Twyfelfontein
  • 3 nights Hotel Zum Kaiser, Swakopmund
  • 3 nights Kulala Desert Lodge, Sossusvlei
  • 1 night Olive Grove Guesthouse, Windhoek

Includes: Car rental (13 days, Ford Everest or similar) with comprehensive insurance, accommodation and meals as stated

Price from:  ZAR45700 per person sharing (approx US$3220 pp)


13 day/12 night Fly-in Namibia Safari

  • 3 nights Kulala Desert Lodge, Sossusvlei
  • 3 nights The Strand Hotel, Swakopmund
  • 3 nights Damaraland Camp, Damaraland
  • 3 nights Ongava Tented Camp, Ongava Private Reserve (Etosha)

Includes: All internal light aircraft flights, road transfers, accommodation, all meals (breakfasts only in Swakopmund), guided scheduled activities in camps and lodges, tourism levy, park fees, laundry, domestic departure tax

Price from:  ZAR98800 per person sharing (approx US$6980 pp)