Namibia - experience unique scenery and safaris

Other-worldly, eerily isolated and infinitely vast, Namibia is more than a holiday destination, it's a spiritual journey. Lunar-like landscapes and star-filled skies will undoubtedly inspire moments of divine reflection.

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Namibia Safari Highlights

  • Vast, unspoilt wilderness areas
  • Contrasting dramatic landscapes - from desert and coastal wilderness to vast salt pans & rugged mountains
  • Brilliant wildlife safari reserves
  • Great value-for-money destination
  • Bountiful sunshine
  • Pristine clear skies for astronomers and keen star-gazers
  • Safe destination with a stable economy
  • Largely malaria free
  • Diverse cultures
  • A host of adventure activities
  • Family friendly
  • Flexible booking terms
  • Secured deposit
  • 100% financial protection
  • Stringent safety & hygiene standards
  • Tried & trusted by our clients
  • Emergency medical care

Namibia, quite simply, is all about space - vast unspoilt and dramatic landscapes from desert and coastal wilderness to enormous salt pans, rugged mountains and the lush Caprivi Strip teeming with wildlife.

If you are a keen photographer prepare to become utterly obsessed with Namibia.

Soar above the world's highest sand dunes in a hot-air balloon, trek the rare black rhino or discover the ghostly shipwrecks strewn along the incredible Skeleton Coast, one of the most remote places on the planet.

Whether you choose to explore the expanse of this enormous country via light aircraft or 4x4 self-drive, you will find the terrain diverse and utterly awe-inspiring.

But holidays to Namibia aren't all about landscape, scenery and sunsets - there's also wildlife, culture and adventure. Enjoy game drives through the Etosha National Park, one of the finest reserves on the continent, or get to grips with the traditional lifestyles of the San/Bushmen and Himba people. If you want to crank up the adrenalin you can try out dune boarding, skydiving, mountain climbing and horse riding adventures, to name a few.

Honeymooners can secure a remote haven in the luxury camps or lodges we have specially selected. Enjoy romantic vistas of wide open spaces and private, uninterrupted quality time with your special someone.

Namibia's large 'sandbox' opens its gates to families seeking an extraordinary, exciting and educational trip. Get those cameras ready to capture your children's exhilaration as they race barefoot down the largest of sand dunes.

We always return from Namibia with our spirits renewed and we know you will too. Contact our Namibia safari specialists today to start planning your holiday of a lifetime.

  • Arrival airport: Windhoek
  • Time difference: EST +6 Hours
  • Travel time: approx. 18 hours from New York
  • Visas: Required for United States citizens

When to visit Namibia?

When to visit Namibia?
Month Rating
Jan Mixed Rainy month with high humidity levels. Flamingos in Etosha
Feb Mixed Rainy month with high humidity levels
Mar Good Rainy month with high humidity levels
Apr Good Some rain, but some clear skies
May Best Green landscapes and clear skies
Jun Best Hot days and cool nights
Jul Best Hot days and cool nights
Aug Best Hot days and cool nights
Sep Best Hot days and nights are warming
Oct Best Hottest and driest month. Whales off coast
Nov Best Unpredictable rains but mostly hot and dry
Dec Good More rain but also warm
Best Good Mixed

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Read what our previous clients thought of their Namibia Holiday

Honeymoon to Namibia

Andrew Isaacs

This trip exceeded every expectation we had. Everything was perfectly organized for us from the lodges to the small aircraft and transfers, and the activities were also perfectly planned out without feeling like we were on a strict schedule.

17/09/2021 Read full trip review

Holiday to Namibia & Zambia

William MacNaull & Colette Sabourin MacNaull

We did all the things we wanted to do: sunset cruises and dining on the Zambezi, walking safaris, sky beds, and quad biking on the desert. We also had some unique experiences like pushing the Land Rover when it got stuck in the sand with lions snoozing nearby and surviving the relatively open camp at Kapamba. If there was one down side it was the amount of travel and number…

01/12/2019 Read full trip review

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