NAMIBIA

Travel Information

NAMIBIA

Travel Information

Africa Map - Namibia

WHEN TO TRAVEL

WHEN TO TRAVEL

WILDLIFE OFFERING

Its desert landscapes—dramatic dunes, cracked clay pan and shimmering white salt pan that fills with life-giving water—make for a very special safari in a country that is fascinating year-round.

Its desert landscapes—dramatic dunes, cracked clay pan and shimmering white salt pan that fills with life-giving water—make for a very special safari in a country that is fascinating year-round.

Not to mention the impressive canyon and unique coastline. Seeking and encountering desert-adapted wildlife in Namibia is immensely rewarding.

The dry but pleasant season stretches from June to October during which wildlife viewing is at its best, especially in Etosha National Park. Humid and rainy days with localised thunderstorms are often experienced from December until March, causing animals to spread out as food options increase.

Not to mention the impressive canyon and unique coastline. Seeking and encountering desert-adapted wildlife in Namibia is immensely rewarding.

The dry but pleasant season stretches from June to October during which wildlife viewing is at its best, especially in Etosha National Park. Humid and rainy days with localised thunderstorms are often experienced from December until March, causing animals to spread out as food options increase.

DISCOVER NAMIBIA
  • Etosha National Park
  • Sossusvlei & Namib Rand Region
  • Windhoek & Central Region
  • Fish River Canyon
  • Skeleton Coast
  • Damaraland
NAMIBIA HIGHLIGHTS
  • Haunting beautiful scenery
  • A paradise for wildlife photographers
  • Brilliant waterhole-based safaris
  • Splendid birdlife – 644+ bird species
  • Captivating desert landscapes
  • Unique cultural experiences
  • Spectacular stargazing
DISCOVER NAMIBIA
  • Etosha National Park
  • Sossusvlei & Namib Rand Region
  • Windhoek & Central Region
  • Fish River Canyon
  • Skeleton Coast
  • Damaraland
NAMIBIA HIGHLIGHTS
  • Haunting beautiful scenery
  • A paradise for wildlife photographers
  • Brilliant waterhole-based safaris
  • Splendid birdlife – 644+ bird species
  • Captivating desert landscapes
  • Unique cultural experiences
  • Spectacular stargazing
Excellent infrastructure for a self-drive holiday
Only place in the world where desert meets the ocean
Excellent offshore sea fishing destination with a seemingly endless coastline
Second most sparsely populated country in the world
November to February is very hot
Excellent infrastructure for a self-drive holiday

Only place in the world where desert meets the oceanExcellent offshore sea fishing destination with a seemingly endless coastlineSecond most sparsely populated country in the worldNovember to February is very hot

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