A country of haunting beauty and holistic space, Namibia will captivate you.

A 1200km coastline, the oldest desert in the world and some very unique and specially adapted wildlife, Namibia will provide a very unique insight into life in one of the driest regions on earth.

Straddled by the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Kalahari Desert to the East, it is here that you will find the remoteness and solitude you have been searching for. Apart form intriguing wildlife, some of the last remaining nomadic tribes found on earth can still be found inhabiting parts of this dry thirst-land. Namibia will provide for some of the most spectacular scenery on the continent.

When To Go

The drier winter months from May to October are more pleasant times for this hot and dry country with warm and sunny days and cold nights. The summer months from November to April can be extremely hot.

What To Do

Namibia offers breath-taking scenery and what better way than to see it from a bird's eye view, whether by hot air balloon over Sossusvlei or a scenic flight over the devastatingly beautiful Skeleton Coast. Guided walks offer a fascinating insight into the desert adapted plants and animals of the area. There is also very unique game viewing to be had in Etosha where one could head out on foot in search of the rare Desert Black Rhino.