Namibia

Namibia is a magical country – it captures your soul.  It’s a land of endless horizons, contrasting landscapes, the oldest desert on earth and starlit skies.

Namibia’s Skeleton Coast is a striking, unforgettable coastline whose landscape and luxury camps can be explored by a private flying safari. Damaraland, on the other hand, is an ancient land crisscrossed with pre-historic waterways and deep gorges. The Diamond Coast is the stuff of legends – home to ghost towns and living fossils. The massive mineral pan of Etosha, in Namibia’s first conservation area, spread over 22 000 kilometers and attracts wildlife (including Africa’s tallest elephants), more than 300 bird species and reptile species.

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Highlights in Namibia

  • Swakopmund is the ideal base from which to explore the Namib Desert
  • Try out sea kayaking, paragliding, and sandboarding
  • Etosha National Park for Big Five game viewing
  • The Skeleton Coast never fails to impress with its dramatic vistas and haunting sites of shipwrecks
  • Climb the red dunes of Sossusvlei
  • Fish River Canyon
  • Ancient rock engravings in Twyfelfontein

Best time to travel

Summer (October – April)

Summer rains usually start in November and last until April, turning the country green. It’s very hot during the day, and warm at night.

Winter (May – September)

The dry winter months are the best time to visit Namibia for game viewing. Winter means clear skies, and animals are concentrated around water holes and pans due to the scarcity of water. It’s warm during the day but freezing at night.

Travel regions within Namibia

Damaraland

Damaraland offers visitors to Namibia an exceptional and unusual experience. Huge, untamed and ruggedly beautiful, this is a vast and rocky landscape is home to a surprising diversity of wildlife. Go on game drives in search of rare desert-adapted elephants, endangered black rhino, gemsbok, kudu and giraffe – to name…

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Kunene

The Kunene River lies on the northern border of Namibia. The only permanent source of water in the area, the river creates an oasis in the lunar-like landscape of the Namib Desert. A boast safari on the Kunene River offers sightings of huge Nile crocodiles, while game drives take you…

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Ongava Private Game Reserve

Home to four luxury lodges, Ongava Game Reserve is situated just south of Etosha National Park. The closest entry gate to the park is Andersson’s Gate in the south. All the lodges have been built in such a way as to show off the striking landscape and Ongava’s spectacular wildlife….

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Skeleton Coast

The shipwrecks found along this hazardous coastline and whale bones resulted in this region of Namibia’s coastline being named the Skeleton Coast. A striking and unforgettable landscape of stark contrasts, this region is the base for legendary holiday experiences.

The region is home to a great variety of…

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Sossusvlei

Namibia is a country of contrasting landscapes from the earth’ oldest desert, predator-rich game reserves and rugged mountains to modern cities and coastal resort towns. But no trip to southern Namibia is complete without visiting the majestic red dunes of Sossusvlei.

The Namib Desert is the oldest and…

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Swakopmund

Namibia’s Diamond Coast is the stuff of legends – home to ghost towns and living fossils as well as an extensive array of natural attractions and wildlife. The Diamond Coast stretches along the country’s coastline and is bordered by the desolate Namib Desert, the oldest in the world, and the…

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Walvis Bay

Set on Namibia’s coast, Walvis Bay is one of the biggest cities in Namibia besides Windhoek and Swakopmund – but it’s still comparatively small when compared to a European city. Its large natural lagoon attracts an abundant birdlife such as flamingoes and Damara terns. The Atlantic waters are home to…

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Windhoek

Windhoek is Namibia’s capital city and the gateway to the region, with an international airport and a host of visitor-friendly facilities. Featuring a combination of colonial German and modern architecture, the city is a green oasis for visitors who’ve traveled on Namibia’s dusty roads. It’s unique history as a German…

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Untamed Botswana Fly-In Safari

Untamed Botswana Fly-In Safari

Perfect for those looking for a bird’s eye view of Botswana, this 11-day safari combines Chobe River and National Park, the Okavango Delta and the unique Makgadikgadi Pans National Park. Explore the untamed bush of Botswana, see the Big 5 and enjoy a comfortable commute and amazing views in light aircrafts.

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An African Journey through a Photographer’s Lens

An African Journey through a Photographer’s Lens

Pack your camera, and visit the most beautiful places in Africa on this 12-day safari. Start your African safari at the mighty Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. Then you’ll meander down Botswana’s Chobe River on a luxury houseboat, followed by a luxurious stay on a private reserve. Spend your last days enjoying the Okavango Delta. This safari is perfect for avid photographers.

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Explore Namibia’s Highlights

Explore Namibia’s Highlights

Remote and filled with rugged beauty – that’s Namibia! Explore this dream safari destination on this 7-day itinerary that combines the best of the country’s coastline and desert. Look forward to the huge sand dunes of Sossusvlei, tracking desert-adapted elephants in Damaraland, star gazing in clear night skies and meeting the Himba people in the remote Kuene Region. As for accommodation, it’s an unforgettable week of pure luxury with flights between lodges giving you a bird’s eye view of Namibia’s dramatic scenery.

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Desert to Delta Safari

Desert to Delta Safari

Travel to luxurious lodges in Namibia’s vast deserts and Botswana’s lush game reserves. Kicking off your journey at the famous red dunes of Sossusvlei, this itinerary meanders through the incredible landscapes and private reserves of Namibia, before crossing the border to the cool waterways of the Okavango Delta. A few highlights along the way include action-packed game drives, quad biking in the desert, mokoro safaris in the delta, and five-star accommodation with your own desert or delta views.

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Cape Town, Victoria Falls & Botswana

Cape Town, Victoria Falls & Botswana

We curated the experiences and lodges in the 3 top safari destinations of Southern Africa. In just under two weeks, you’ll explore the much-loved city of Cape Town, Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls and the Okavango Delta. Add a couple of days of the floodplains of Botswana’s beautiful Linyanti Region, and a few more on the moon-like Makgadikgadi Pans – and you’ve got a diverse safari with luxurious accommodation, unforgettable activities and plenty of big game too. Have you packed your bags yet?

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Zimbabwe & Botswana Highlights

Zimbabwe & Botswana Highlights

Explore the most beautiful places in Zimbabwe and Botswana, experiencing safari lodges and a luxury houseboat. This 10-day African safari covers three important areas in Botswana, you will see the lush Khwai and Linyanti area – famous for its predator-prey interactions. Then you’ll meander down Botswana’s Chobe River on a houseboat for two nights for exceptional river game viewing. Ending of your at the impressive Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.

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Ultimate Luxury in Southern Africa

Ultimate Luxury in Southern Africa

Indulge in the best that Southern Africa has to offer on this tailor-made 14-day luxury safari. This superior itinerary will let you experience beautiful scenery and incredible experiences as you journey from Cape Town to the Cape Winelands, Zimbabwe and Botswana. Escape the hustle and bustle of life – and delight in an exclusive safari experience.

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Secluded Luxury in Northern Namibia

Secluded Luxury in Northern Namibia

Beyond the tourist hotspots, you will find these remote luxury lodges in northern Namibia. Explore the untamed desert of Damaraland, landscapes of contrast of the Skeleton Coast, and Himba tribe in the Kunene region. This 9-day safari in Namibia is dreamy and romantic.

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Luxurious Sabi Sand Safari & River Adventure

Luxurious Sabi Sand Safari & River Adventure

This is truly ‘Old Meets New’ as the pioneering days of the African wilderness meet the luxurious exclusivity of a private lodge in Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve. This 8-day safari then continues to Livingstone, where you’ll experience Victoria Falls and the Chobe River in Botswana.

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Botswana to Seychelles Escape

Botswana to Seychelles Escape

Spend 14 days on an African holiday exploring the beauty of Botswana in the depths of the iconic Okavango Delta and Linyanti Regions. Botswana is an avid safari enthusiasts’ paradise with its remote destinations accessed only by small aircraft offering incredible views of the diverse landscapes. After which you will be whisked away to the azure waters of the Seychelles in this warm Indian Ocean destination.

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Railway Exploration through Namibia

Railway Exploration through Namibia

Explore South Africa and Namibia on a luxury train with landscapes that are sure to leave you breathless. Don’t forget to pack your camera as the train meanders from Pretoria to Namibia’s Walvis Bay. This tailor-made tour is perfect for couples or small groups who want to be immersed in Africa’s bush and desert landscapes.

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