A country of vast, dramatic landscapes, Namibia offers a totally unique experience that is at times either adventurous or spiritual – but always wholly rewarding. From the red sand dunes of Sossuvlei at dawn to the tranquil seaside town of Swakopmund, and the unspoilt beauty of Etosha National Park to the rare desert elephants of Damaraland, Namibia is a land of beautiful contrasts.

Spanning the Namib Desert in the west to the Kalahari Desert in the east, Namibia is 825 000 km2 of secluded bliss. With over 40% of the country designated to conservation, Namibia is a wildlife haven offering incredibly diverse game viewing opportunities. It also boasts the highest sand dune and deepest canyon in Africa, enthralling everyone from diehard thrill seekers to honeymooning couples alike.

Explore the shipwrecks of the Skeleton Coast or the rich European heritage of Windhoek – Namibia’s capital city – before setting off on a safari in Damaraland. Interact with the local Himba tribe who graciously welcome you with open arms, and observe the African stars as you’ve never seen them before. With so much to do, and such great distances to cover, you’ll need the expert advice of our passionate consultants who have created fond Namibian memories of their own. Contact us to get started on yours!

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Little Kulala


Famous for having the highest sand dunes in the world, Sossusvlei’s beauty is ever-changing as the winds constantly reshape and reform the sandy environment. Situated within the Namib-Naukluft National Park, the mighty sand dunes enclose a large clay pan frequented by the iconic gemsbok. Stargazers revel in the perfectly clear nighttime sky – a gentle […]

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Palmwag Lodge


Named after the native Damara people who have lived there for centuries, the Damaraland region is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful and scenic areas in Namibia. A fantastic self-drive destination, the region is famous for its unique landscapes, incredible sunsets and remarkable desert elephants that have adapted to life in the harsh desert conditions. […]

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Andersson’s Camp


Sometimes referred to as the ‘Great White Place’, Etosha National Park is dominated by a huge saltpan that takes up around 25% of its surface area. The pan is so huge in fact that it is visible from space! When the perennial rains fall, Etosha is transformed and large concentrations are drawn to the nutrient […]

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Serra Cafema Camp


Traditional homeland of the distinctive Himba tribe, Kunene (formerly Kaokoland) is famous for its stark, mountainous landscape and majestic African skies. The region is sparsely inhabited and your only neighbors will be wandering elephants, rhinos, giraffe, gemsbok and zebra. Bird enthusiasts will enjoy trying to spot two of Southern Africa’s rarest birds – the rufous-tailed […]

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Lying conveniently between the Damaraland and Sossusvlei regions, Swakopmund (German for ‘mouth of the Swakop (river)’) is the perfect place to stop moving from one to the other. The quaint coastal town has retained a lot of its German charm and resembles a Bavarian village by the sea. A center for adrenaline based activities; Swakopmund […]

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The capital city of Namibia, Windhoek offers visitors the chance to experience the unique fusion of colonial German architecture and planning with a traditional African spirit and exuberance. Nestled amongst rolling mountains, the city has an eclectic population and is perfect to explore on foot given its relatively small size and excellent safety record. Sip […]

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Skeleton Coast

The Skeleton Coast stretches from the Swakop River in Namibia all the way to the Kunene River in Angola, its name a testament to the raw and unforgiving landscape which sits wedged between the Namib Dessert (the oldest in the world) and the constantly turbulent and frigid waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The native Bushmen […]

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