Travel to Namibia and discover its outstanding wildlife and nature on our self-drive safari holidays.
Visit the stunning Etosha National Park, the Namib Desert and more as you tour around Namibia.
This is a starkly beautiful, unspoiled country with many attractions and the perfect adventure holiday destination for travellers of all ages.
The wildlife is world-renowned, the desert landscapes spectacular, and the wide empty spaces give a great sense of freedom.
We can organise car or 4wd rental, accommodation, lodges, safaris, a wide range of self-drive itineraries, day trips, vehicle hire and tours to suit every requirement and budget.
Namibia offers a broad range of holiday experiences, whether a wildlife focus on a camping or fly-in safari.
There are adventurous activities such as trekking and horse riding or more leisurely pursuits such as bird-watching, walking, ballooning and angling.
You can join up with others on a guided group tour or if you prefer a self-drive holiday – we can help you plan a tour for your own unique Namibia experience.
Below you will find a few of the many attractions Namibia has to offer.
This is a stunning semi-desert area of beautiful landscapes, with characteristic table top hills.
Highlights of the area include the Brandberg, Namibia’s highest mountain which is also home to the ‘White Lady’ Bushman Painting.
You’ll also find Twyfelfontein, a rocky outcrop with some of the best examples of bushman paintings and engravings in Southern Africa.
Then there is Spitzkoppe, a large dramatic group of rocky outcrops, sacred to the San people.
Interesting rock formations and the remains of prehistoric volcanic action can also be seen in the Organ Pipes, Burnt Mountain, Doros Crater and the Petrified Forest.
Etosha National Park is undoubtedly the wildlife highlight of Namibia.
The wildlife is varied and plentiful, including lion, giraffe, elephant, leopard and rhino, and over 330 bird species.
The landscapes of Etosha makes it a unique environment with some thorn and Mopane trees, grasslands, and a large salt pan.
You will never tire of driving into the park to view the animals, or sitting quietly by the camp spot lit waterholes as rhino, lion and other animals come to drink after dark.
It is situated in the northwest of the country and is easily accessible by road.
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Namibia is a fantastic place to take your family - the wildlife, scenery and empty spaces are amazing.
K. Jarvis , UK, 2012
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