Discover the stunning landscapes and wildlife on one of our Namibia safaris. Alternatively, contact us and we will design your own safari in Namibia.
We had a fabulous trip. Namibia is a vast and varied country and we were pleased to have gone with your recommendations. All arrangements went well and we were very impressed with the quality of information supplied by Wildlife & Wilderness.Self-drive safari holiday. The C. Family - Bucks.
Oh we had an adventure! It was great and we loved Okonjima and the AfriCat Sanctuary.Mrs. M. - Leics.
World's highest sand dunes at Sossusvlei - desert elephants of Damaraland - Etosha waterholes - cheetahs of Okonjima
Etosha National Park - AfriCat Foundation - Up close predator viewing - luxury accommodation
Okavango Delta safari activities in Botswana - Sossusvlei Sand Dunes, Etosha and Okonjima in Namibia - Cape Town, South Africa
Consider adding into your safari in Namibia a short side excursion in the remote land of the Himba.
Fantastic luxury lodges, simple tented camps and farmhouses; the accommodation in Namibia is as diverse as this spectacular country itself, making this is one of the great pleasures of a safari in Namibia.
Having travelled by land and air across this overwhelmingly stunning country we urge you to explore as much as you can of Namibia as your time allows. Discover the remarkable desert-adapted wildlife in a magnificent wilderness setting. Wonder at the beautiful dunes of Sossusvlei and the Namib-Naukluft National Park. Or travel with conservationists seeking remote populations of wildlife in the north.
Namibia is a stark land of great geography, rugged mountain ranges and hauntingly beautiful deserts. The highlights of Namibia safari holidays are almost certainly the immense Etosha Pan and its wildlife at the waterholes, Damaraland with the desert-adapted elephants, rhinos and other wildlife of the dry river valleys; all backed by other worldly volcanic scenery. As mentioned you should also walk among the giant sand dunes of Sossusvlei, perhaps explore the great Fish River Canyon and the desolation of the Skeleton Coast.
With good hard-top and graded roads Namibia safaris are easy accomplish as self-drive holidays and there are an excellent selection of lodges and guest farms, ensuring an almost infinite number of other beautiful places can be seen on any safari in Namibia. Routings around the country are logical and combinations of flights and driving are possible although for luxury safaris the best way to travel is to fly between lodges and use guides and 4x4 vehicles on location.
TIME ZONE GMT +2 hours
To: Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport
Airlines: Air Namibia via connections to Frankfurt; British Airways, South African Airways or Virgin Atlantic to Johannesburg or Cape Town connecting to Windhoek.
Flight time: approx. 13 hours
Typhoid, Tetanus, Polio, Hepatitis A, Meningitis vaccinations are recommended as is Malaria prophylaxis. You should consult your G.P. for up to date and precise details before travelling.
With the desert landscapes of Namibia you might expect high temperatures year round. Whilst temperatures in land are always amenable it can be cold on the coast with the onshore winds bringing a cool breeze off the cold South Atlantic waters. A fleece or jumper is advisable here, particularly when the sun is shrouded by the sea mists. The rains tend to fall during December and January, particularly in the mountains of the north that are considerably greener than elsewhere. Namibia is a year round destination but perhaps the best time to travel is in September.