Destination Namibia

Namibia boasts the world’s highest sand dunes, Africa’s deepest canyon and richest rock art, and wildlife in the most spectacular pans on earth. Explore the world’s oldest and driest desert as you take time to listen to your soul in its silence.

Home to vibrant cities and a people deeply connected to their rich, cultural past, Namibia is a stable democracy with infrastructure that allows guests to move confidently off the beaten path to explore the endless horizons that define the country and its people.

Kalahari Desert

Explore this wondrous semi-desert made up of approximately 900,000 kilometres of undulating sand, home to iconic African wildlife, including the gemsbok and the black-maned Kalahari lion. Enjoy tourist favourite activities like 4×4 Safaris, Quad Bike Safaris, and the timeless Bushman Walk experiences as you experience the luxurious comforts of our safari lodges.

Skeleton Coast, Damaraland & Kaokoveld

Experience the versatile charms the Skeleton Coast, Damaraland and Kaokoveld have to offer. Fill your vacation with unforgettable scenes from the Cape Cross Seal Reserve to the ruggedly beautiful Brandberg Mountain. Kaokoveld invites you to interact with the Himba people, with opportunities to enjoy boating, walks in nature, and guided quad-bike excursions.

Fish River Canyon & Far South

Explore the far South of Namibia, home to the Fish River Canyon, one of the world’s largest canyons. Enjoy exhilarating activities ranging from scenic helicopter flights to canyon hiking and walks. Surround yourself with some of Namibia’s oldest rock formations in the lap of our lodges’ luxury.

Sossusvlei & Namib-Naukluft Park

Make unforgettable memories in Sossusvlei, home to Namib-Nakluft National Park, Namibia’s largest conservation area. Here you’ll be close to popular attractions such as Deadvlei, Big Daddy Dune, and Dune 45,  including stunning Sesriem Canyon. Enjoy premium lodging with the added excitement of adventure-packed activities like dune excursions, star gazing, and breathtaking hot-air ballooning.

Coastal Towns Swakopmund, Luderitz & Kolmanskop

With their unique location between the Atlantic coastline and the expansive Namib Desert, the Coastal Towns of Namibia are travel destinations of note, rich in activities and attractions to see. Visit Sandwich Harbour, the Bogenfels, and the historic Kolmanskop ghost town. Here, you can enjoy sandboarding and camel rides, sea kayaking, amongst several memorable activities.

Waterberg Plateau & Central Region

The plateau is home to the 41 000ha Waterberg Plateau National Park. Here you’ll find some of Namibia’s endangered species, like the Black and White Rhino. A trekker’s paradise, Waterberg Plateau is the ideal environment for hiking, game drives, nature trails, and rhino tracking.

Etosha National Park

Enter the world of Etosha National Park, a true immersion into nature and all its wild glory. Here you’ll enjoy a foray into Namibia’s wildlife, including the lion, leopard, giraffe, and cheetah, to name a few. Our luxurious lodges give the best of two worlds, world-class hospitality, and life-changing safari adventures!

Windhoek & Surrounds

Discover Namibia’s capital, Windhoek, a destination rich in attractions to see and activities to do. From exploring the city and Katutura Township to engaging iconic wildlife like the oryx at Daan Viljoen Game Park, you’ll enjoy the premium accommodation together with Windhoek’s exciting scenes and experiences.

Zambezi Region (Caprivi Strip)

The Zambezi Region, also known as the Caprivi Strip, offers the ultimate wildlife experience. It has three national parks, namely Mudumu, Bwabwata, and Nkasa Rupara. Enjoy a stay filled with unforgettable encounters with elephants, buffalo, and hippos, including the Popa Falls and the Living Museum of the Mafwe.

FAQ’s About Namibia

How are the inland and coastal climates?

Considered one of the sunniest countries in the world, Namibia has a generally hot and dry climate that varies across its different regions.

Inland Namibia has climates ranging from the humid tropical climate of the Caprivi Strip to the desert climate of the Namib and Kalahari.

Namibia’s coastal climate is characterised by low temperatures due to the cold Benguela current along the Atlantic. The rainfall is significantly lower than in the inland areas.

When is the best time to travel?

The ideal time to visit Namibia is considered to be between June and October as temperatures are just above 20°C and with the lowest chances of rainfall. This peak season for travel is the best time for wildlife viewing. The climate during this period is generally pleasant and dry.

Are Credit/Debit cards widely used?

Credit cards and debit cards are accepted in most restaurants, shops and hotels in Namibia. Credit and debit card cash advances are also available from ATMs. For more information regarding charges, check with your bank.

What is the Namibian currency?

The Namibian Dollar is Namibia’s official currency. It was introduced in 1993 to replace the South African Rand, which is still accepted as legal tender since the Namibia Dollar is pegged against the Rand.