Travel in Namibia

Boasting the world’s most ancient desert, Namibia is considered unmatched in its raw, natural beauty. From the rolling red sand dunes of the Namib extending inland from the cold Atlantic ocean, to the uninhabitable rubble of Ais-Ais, whose spiny mountains create the outline of the world’s second largest canyon: the Fish River. This land is also home to the endless golden grass plains of the Kalahari and the jewel-toned wetland of the Caprivi Strip in the north, which leads us to wonder if there is indeed an iconic African landscape that Namibia does not possess. Namibia is one of the continent’s most exciting destinations, and it is one not to be missed.

Travel Namibia

Despite the ruggedness of the Namibian landscape, a stunning range of unique flora and fauna thrive here. The sheer abundance and variety of wildlife of all sizes is staggering.
Namibians are deeply committed to protecting their country’s natural resources and the richness of wildlife is testament to this. Namibia is the only country in the world where large numbers of rare and endangered wildlife are translocated from national parks to open communal land.

Climate:

With an average of 300 days of sunshine annually Namibia is one of the sunniest countries in the world. The climate is generally arid which means that the potential evaporation is higher than the precipitation, resulting in very low levels humidity. In general Namibia’s climate can be described as hot and dry, although substantial fluctuations during the seasons or even within one day are typical.

Seasons:

Namibia offers fantastic travelling conditions all year round. With the hot summers, comes the cooling rain (occasionally), while the cooler winter nights are quickly warmed with the days clear skies.

November – March: Summer months, bringing in the countries little annual rainfall, awakening the desert.

April  – October: Dry season, offering cooler temperatures and comfortable travelling conditions.

  • Morning safaris
  • Afternoon safaris
  • Night safaris
  • Desert safaris
  • Walking safaris
  • Beaches
  • Cultural visits
  • Birding watching

Population: 2.4 million

Capital City: Windhoek

Currency: Namibian $ (± $1 = 17 N$)

Area: 825 419 km sq.

Industries: Tourism, mining (diamonds), fishing

Languages: English (and German, unofficially)

14 Days / 14 Nights

Namibia

The Namibia tour offers a more exclusive safari and tour experience. Custom make your very own tour in Namibia and surrounds and we will use our years of experience and expertise to put your trip together and take you on your dream tour in Namibia!

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