NAMIBIA SAFARI TOURS

A Land of endless Horizons – a starkly beautiful and sparsely populated country, Namibia is a world leader in conservation with over 40% of its area under conservation management. In fact, Namibia was the first African country to include protection of the environment in its constitution.

A photographers dream, Namibia is a land of landscapes, stunning wildlife, fascinating cultures, quirky seaside towns, sparse deserts and rugged mountains. Wedged between the Kalahari sand basin, the largest stretch of stand on the African continent, and the Atlantic ocean, Namibia boasts the highest sand dunes in the world.

Adventure Camping

7-day Northern Namibia Adventure

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$14,400
per person sharing*

10-day Namibia Explorer

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$20,000
per person sharing*

14-day Namibia Experience

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$29,700
per person sharing*

Fully-Assisted Camping

12-day Namibia Lodge and Mobile Safari

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$36,750
per person sharing*

15-day Namib to Victoria Falls Adventure

Countries visited: Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe
From:
NZD$2,869
per person sharing*

3 to 4 Star Accommodation

7-day Northern Namibia Adventure

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$23,400
per person sharing*

10-day Namibia Explorer

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$34,100
per person sharing*

12-day Classic Namibia

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$40,200
per person sharing*

14-day Namibia Experience

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$47,000
per person sharing*

17-day Namibia Lodge Safari

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$59,400
per person sharing*

18-day Experience Namibia

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$62,400
per person sharing*

Lodges and Tented Camps

7-day Ultimate Namibia Fly-in & Guided Safari

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$51,640
per person sharing*

10-day Ultimate Namibia Safari

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$38,225
per person sharing*

10-day Ultimate Namibia Fly-in Safari

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$65,423
per person sharing*

11-day Namibia Adventure Safari

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$67,351
per person sharing*

14-day Grand Namibia Safari

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$55,434
per person sharing*

Lodges, Tented Camps and Fully Assisted Tenting

11-day Skeleton Coast & Kaokoveld

Countries visited: Namibia
From:
ZAR$83,589
per person sharing*

Top places to visit in Namibia:

paw20.jpg Namib-Naukluft National Park  - oldest desert in the world
paw20.jpg Sossusvlei - The entrance gate to the most famous part of the Dune Namib 
paw20.jpg Etosha National Park - greatest wildlife sanctuary in Namibia
paw20.jpg Skeleton Coast National Park - shipwrecks, seal colonies and complete isolation
paw20.jpg Damaraland - stunningly beautiful scenery 
paw20.jpg Fish River Canyon - second largest canyon in the world
paw20.jpg Swakopmund - coastal holiday town with gorgeous German colonial architecture
paw20.jpg Windhoek - bustling, cosmopolitan city



Fish River Canyon, Namibia

The second largest canyon in the world, the Fish River Canyon is 160 km long, up to 27 km at its widest, and almost 550 m at its deepest. The enormity and scale of this canyon and its landscape is breathtaking

Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia

Lying between a high inland plateau and the Atlantic Ocean, the Namib Desert is one of the oldest and largest deserts in the world. It is home to a number of unusual species of plants and animals, many of which are endemic.

Partially covered by the Namib Desert, one of the world's driest deserts, Namibia's climate is generally very dry and pleasant. The cold Benguela current keeps the coast cool, damp and free of rain for most of the year. Inland, all the rain falls in summer (November to April). January and February are hot, when daytime temperatures in the interior can exceed 40ºC (104ºF), but nights are usually cool. Winter nights can be fairly cold, but days are generally warm and quite nice.

High season - from July to October.  Accommodation is at a premium at this time as most camps/lodges have less than 10 rooms.  It is essential to book well in advance.

Shoulder season - April, May and June. This is also a ‘busy time’ in Namibia’s national parks and reserves.

Green/Low Season - from November to April is a less popular time to visit due to the rains that cause the wildlife to spread out.  It is however a lovely time of the year to visit as the landscape greens up and many of the antelopes have their young.  With that said, the rain causes some roads and areas to be inaccessible.

The warmest months are October to January, with an average daily high temperature above 30°C.  The coldest months are June and July, with an average daily high temperature below 22°C.