Namibia

Dramatic changing scenes of red rolling dunes, desolate coasts and vast open saltpans – German-influenced towns, shipwrecks, and canyons – colourful tribes and desert-adapted elephants.

Namibia is untamed and hauntingly beautiful.

Hike the Fish River Canyon in the south or star-gaze at night.   Visit Sossusvlei with its towering red dunes … a photographers dream!   Stand captivated by the numerous shipwrecks and whale skeletons that dot the shores of the Skeleton Coast.   Learn about the Himba and Herero tribes, their beliefs and customs.   Observe herds of game as they congregate at watering-holes in the Etosha Pan.

Namibia makes the perfect destination for a self-drive holiday or a fly-in experience.   Let us guide and inspire you to create that memorable holiday.

Authentic Namibia – Fully Guided

Authentic Namibia – Fu...

from R42 500
9 nights

This trip allows you to sit back and enjoy a stress-free, private luxury escorted tour of Namibia covering areas such as Windhoek, ...

Namib Dunes & Desert Safari

Namib Dunes & Desert Sa...

from US$ 2852
3 nights

Travel to the heart of an age-old desert, where the dunes are taller and the stars are brighter than you have ever imagined. Among ...

Travel Information

Best Time to Visit: April to October
Time Difference:  GMT +1 hour
Flight Duration:  13 hours
Fly To:  Windhoek via Johannesburg

Best Time to Visit

Bird-Watching:  November to February
Game-Viewing:  May to October

Namibia is an all-year destination, but it’s worth noting that there are certain times of the year that are better than others for visiting. The best game-viewing is in the winter months between May and October.   This is the driest time of year when the bush is at its thinnest, so that game-spotting is easiest.   Animals flock to the watering holes in search of water. October to April is the wet season. The landscape is greener and birding is at its best. Animals give birth after the rains, so you can see many newborns.

 

Travel Advice

For current information, visa requirements and any travel related advice, please refer to the The Foreign and Commonwealth Office website.