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Our Namibia 

With a population density of only 8 people per square mile (87 per square mile in the USA by comparison), Namibia is regarded as one of the world’s most sparsely populated countries. Flanked by the cold Atlantic Ocean, Namibia is renowned for its dramatic desert scenery, big open skies and impressive wildlife diversity.

A luxury safari to Namibia concentrates on the country’s desert environments with Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert on the top of the “must see” list. Further north the scenery changes allowing regions such as Etosha National Park to support a variety of wildlife species despite the arid conditions. Heading toward the coast, Damaraland and the Skeleton Coast are best known for sightings of the desert adapted elephants while Twyfelfontein offers a glimpse into human history with a collection of rock art sites which have gained UNESCO World Heritage Site status.

Top Namibia Experiences

Experience the highest elephant population in Africa

Sossusvlei and the Namib Desert

With its endless skies and spectacular desert vistas, Sossusvlei is regarded as one of Namibias top travel destinations. Visit the regions salt pans and climb the deep rich sand dunes for a truly unique desert adventure. 

Exceptional elephant encounters on the Chobe River in Botswana
Mokoro excursions in the Okavango Delta

The coastal village of Swakopmund

Set on the west coast of Namibia and surrounded by the Namibia Desert, Swakopmund is a fascinating coastal village steeped in German history dating back to 1892, offering an array of desert and coastal activities. 

Discovering the Okavango Delta by mokoro
Exceptional game viewing in Botswana's private concessions and national parks

Safari to Etosha National Park

Regarded as Namibia’s prime wildlife sanctuary, Etosha National Park with an impressive variety of wildlife, all adapt to living in this unique arid environment. With limited access to water, the waterholes are a hive of activity. 

Magnificent wildlife sightings in the Okavango Delta in Botswana
Experience the highest elephant population in Africa

Damaraland's Desert Elephants

One of Namibia’s unique wildlife encounters is with the desert adapted elephants of the Skeleton Coast and Damaraland. Elephants are natural dependant on large amounts of water – a scarce recourse in this desert environment. 

The Desert Elephants of Namibia
Experience the highest elephant population in Africa

Sossusvlei and the Namib Desert

With its endless skies and spectacular desert vistas, Sossusvlei is regarded as one of Namibias top travel destinations. Visit the regions salt pans and climb the deep rich sand dunes for a truly unique desert adventure. 

Exceptional elephant encounters on the Chobe River in Botswana
Mokoro excursions in the Okavango Delta

The coastal village of Swakopmund

Set on the west coast of Namibia and surrounded by the Namibia Desert, Swakopmund is a fascinating coastal village steeped in German history dating back to 1892, offering an array of desert and coastal activities. 

Discovering the Okavango Delta by mokoro
Exceptional game viewing in Botswana's private concessions and national parks

Safari to Etosha National Park

Regarded as Namibia’s prime wildlife sanctuary, Etosha National Park with an impressive variety of wildlife, all adapt to living in this unique arid environment. With limited access to water, the waterholes are a hive of activity. 

Magnificent wildlife sightings in the Okavango Delta in Botswana
Experience the highest elephant population in Africa

Damaraland's Desert Elephants

One of Namibia’s unique wildlife encounters is with the desert adapted elephants of the Skeleton Coast and Damaraland. Elephants are natural dependant on large amounts of water – a scarce recourse in this desert environment. 

The Desert Elephants of Namibia

More About Namibia Safaris

Dominated by desert landscapes and wildlife adapted to living in harsh arid conditions, Namibia offers a fascinating safari in almost complete contrast to neighboring countries like Botswana and South Africa. It is this contrast that makes combining Namibia with a Botswana safari such a rewarding safari combination with deep rivers and channels of the Okavango Delta in stark contrast to the arid desert of Namibia.

The Namib Desert in the Southwest of Namibia is the country’s most impressive desert landscape covering a total of 81,000 square kilometers. The Sossusvlei region of the Namib Desert is a must visit with its impressive deep red sand dunes and white-clayed salt pans. For the adventurous traveler, climb up Big Daddy – one of the reserves highest dunes for a glimpse into the expanse of the desert landscape. Interestingly, the Namib Desert stretches west onto the coastline, creating a fascinating contrast between the red sands and deep blue ocean. A scenic flight up the coast to Swakopmund will leave a lasting impression on you.  

Swakopmund is a quaint coastal town steeped in German history and a critical stop over on your Namibian fly-in safari. The town is a popular destination for local travelers looking to escape the dry inland conditions which gives the town a true Namibian vibe, especially on weekends. The Atlantic Ocean is cold, so only the brave will swim but a boat cruise to enjoy the prolific marine life is well worth it. Swakopmund is Namibia’s Adventure Capital with an array of activities for the busy traveler from quad bike rides in the dunes to coastal kayaking in the chilly waters.

Heading north, the Skeleton Coast appears even harsher as shipwrecks can be seen scattered along the coastline. The region is protected by the Skeleton Coast National Park and while the region may seem baron at first glance, a guided tour from your luxury desert lodge will reveal a world you didn’t know existed with a variety coastal birds and unique fauna and flora. 

Heading inland, Damaraland is best known for the desert adapted elephants and rock paintings of Twyfelfontein. The region has an array of truly unique luxury safari lodges which will leave you in awe as you grapple with how wildlife thrives in such an arid region and why the desert landscape leaves such a lasting impression on you.

For the wildlife enthusiast, Etosha National Park is a “must see”. The park is home to one of the world’s largest salt pans and as with most national parks in Namibia, it supports an impressive variety of desert adapted wildlife including lion, elephant, rhino and large number of plains game. For the budding photographer, the harsh landscape coupled with fascinating wildlife encounters will have you gripped to your camera looking for the next dramatic scene. For those who prefer to sit back and take in the scenery, spending time at one of the pans or waterholes will provide hours of enjoyment as you simply sit back and wait for the wildlife to come to you. Etosha National Park has a variety of all-inclusive luxury safari lodges and surrounding private game reserves. Our knowledge and expertise of the area will ensure you get the most out of your time in the park.    

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Other Southern Africa Destinations 

Combine your Namibia safari with one of these Southern African destinations for the perfect African vacation.

South Africa

From exceptional big 5 safaris to beautiful beaches, memorable cultural encounters and sophisticated cities, South Africa offers an immense diversity of true African travel experiences.

Botswana

Recognised as one of the worlds last remaining true wildernesses. Explore the wonders of the Okavango Delta and enjoy exceptional wildlife encounters including Africa’s highest elephant population.

Zambia

Zambia is renowned for its guided walking safaris. For an authentic, wild African safari, the Kafue National Park, South Luangwa and the Lower Zambezi await.