• Himba woman, Namibia

    Himba woman, Namibia

    © erichon, Shutterstock

  • Sossusvlei dunes, Namibia

    Sossusvlei dunes, Namibia

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  • Zebras in Etosha, Namibia

    Zebras in Etosha, Namibia

    © AQuanjer,Shutterstock

  • Damaraland rock formations, Namibia

    Damaraland rock formations, Namibia

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Namibia Safari Holidays

Luxury tailor-made safaris or self-drive holidays in Namibia for stunning scenery, excellent wildlife, and unique cultural and wilderness adventures.

Namibia Safaris & holidays

Whether you choose a luxury tailor-made safari or prefer to self-drive to keep the costs down, a holiday in Namibia is both great value and great fun! Climb high sand dunes, meet sealions galore, discover ancient rock art, and enjoy some superb wildlife viewing.

We were amazed by the scenery, especially the mountains and different colours. The vastness of Namibia is hard to comprehend. Staying in bush camps was a different experience as was my first bucket shower! Everyone we met was friendly, and we saw so many animals including lion and rhino.

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Things to see and do in Namibia

Travelling in Namibia is an adventure whether you stay in luxury camps or small guesthouses. It’s exciting and there is such a variety of things to do. Tell us the kind of experiences you enjoy and we will include them in a tailor-made Namibia safari holiday. Here are some ideas.

When to go to Namibia

The best time to go to Namibia is from about June to September/October (winter) as the days are not too hot (note: nights are very cold in some places) and there is little chance of rain. This is also the best time for wildlife viewing. Rains usually arrive early December until about the end of March (Namibia’s low season).

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Springboks in Etosha, Namibia © MGallet,Shutterstock
Sossusvlei dunes, Namib-Naukluft, Namibia
Sossusvlei dunes, Namib-Naukluft, Namibia
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Featured Itinerary

Classic Namibia Self-Drive

16 days from £3000pp plus international flights.

A classic introduction to Namibia from beach to desert and more inbetween.

      • Self drive through the best of Namibia
      • Culture, wildlife, scenery
      • See the desert, the coast and mountains
      • Wildlife viewing in renowned Etosha NP
      • See the many faces of Namibia
     
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Facts and information

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Flight time

Flights from UK to Windhoek are usually via Johannesburg or Frankfurt and take about 12.5 hours. Windhoek International Airport is 60km from the city centre.

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Language

Namibia's official language is English. Afrikaans, Dama/Nama, German, Herero, Oshiwambo, Sukwangali, Setswana and Silozi are also recognised.

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Time

GMT +2 hours

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Visas

Visas are not required British citizens for stays of up to 90 days.

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Health

Malaria is present in Namibia. Certain areas are more high risk. A yellow fever vaccination is required for travellers arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission; this includes transiting through a yellow fever risk country; make sure you have a valid yellow fever certificate with you.