The bedrock of Namibia’s tourism industry is an awesome array of natural assets. These include the hauntingly beautiful landscapes of the Skeleton Coast and Namib-Naukluft Park, the latter including the renowned Sossusvlei with its monumental mountains of sand. The equally famous Etosha National Park, with its rare and endangered species such as the black rhino, cheetah and black-faced impala. A delight for every photographer.
The rugged and harsh landscapes of Kaokoland and Damaraland dominate Namibia’s north-western corner. This remote wilderness area is home to desert-adapted elephants and lions, as well as the largest natural sanctuary for black rhinos anywhere in the world.
On the northeast there is the Sandveld and the spectacularly beautiful Caprivi region. The Sandveld is home to the San, hunter-gatherers which were probably the first inhabitants of Namibia.
The sand of Bushmanland gives way to marshlands, swamps, waterways and spectacular rivers such as the Okavango, Kwando and Linyanti. The area offers exceptional birding, spectacular sunsets and a large variety of games.
Windhoek, Namibia’s capital, is a modern vibrant African city whose high-rises and pedestrian shopping malls reflect prosperity and progress. Located 1,500m above sea level, Windhoek sits sheltered by the Eros Mountains to the north and the Auas Mountains to the south.
Fascinating Natural Sights
An epic 20 days self-drive or guided safari, exploring Namibia’s wonders. Relax in good affordable lodges and drive safely a promising route. Visit incredible landscapes, remote and profound locations with remarkable natural highlights. Excellent value for money.
The tour comprises the following locations: Damaraland, Etosha National Park, Fish River Canyon, Kalahari Desert, Namib Desert, Sossusvlei, Waterberg Plateau. The tour's highlights include scheduled safari drives, Etosha own game drive, game drive.
Windhoek is a clean, well-organized city. The city is easy to navigate, making it ideal for walking tours and casual sightseeing.
A variety of craft markets and modern one-stop shopping malls cater for your every need.
Mostly hot and dry. The hottest months of the year is from October to January. Namibia receives summer rains mostly during months January through to April. Mid-May to August are winter months.
The Namibian Dollar is the official currency (exchanging 1:1 with the South African Rand.) Money can be exchanged at the Airport and all commercial banks. Major credit cards are accepted throughout Namibia. Banks open for business Mondays to Fridays 09:00 – 15:30 and Saturdays 08:00 till 11:00.
Officially English. But 13 languages are spoken by the diverse population. In most instances guides are able to communicate in English, Afrikaans and German.
Swakopmund and Walvis Bay offer something for everyone.
Experience adrenaline activities in the Namib Dunes to sightseeing in the surrounding desert; an interesting museum and modern aquarium, ocean cruises; good restaurants and an excellent golf course.
One of the largest conservation areas in Namibia, the Naukluft is best known for its spectacular desert-scenery.
The Sossusvlei and Sesriem areas are amongst Namibia’s most visited destinations offering not only breath-taking views but also a variety of exciting activities.
Rugged mountains, deep river valleys, boulder-strewn slopes and semi-desert plains merge in the north-western corner of Namibia to create a wild and unspoiled wilderness, the Kaokoveld. This remote area is home to the Himba who follow the same way of life as they have done for centuries.
Damaraland, on the other hand, is a scenic wilderness area of red basalt rock, spectacular sandstone mountains and interesting geological formations laid bare by time. Damaraland is home to some of the oldest rock engravings in the world while her dry riverbeds provide a sanctuary for a variety of plains game, elephants, black rhinos and even lions.
The Caprivi is Namibia’s version of Botswana’s Okavango Delta.
Raging rivers such as the Okavango and Zambezi merge with meeker meandering waterways such as the Kwando and Linyanti to form a magically lush water-drenched wilderness area.
Littered with small and scenic game parks the Caprivi is a wildlife enthusiasts dream come true.
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