From its vast Namib Desert and the iconic Fish River Canyon to the towering sand dunes of Sossusvlei, Namibia’s ever-changing and awe-inspiring landscapes provide an unforgettable backdrop to this captivating country. From rugged mountains and ancient tribal villages in the north; crystal clear waters, offshore islands and a vibrant capital city in the east; desolate deserts and unique wildlife sanctuaries in the west; pristine wilderness parks and majestic waterfalls surging through canyons in inland areas -Namibia spans a vast array of diverse locations for travellers to explore.  Surrounded by vast expanses of awe-inspiring deserts, solitary mountains and fabled wildlife, Namibia beckons you to explore its stunning landscapes and embrace the unique culture that has developed here. From tranquil secluded lodges with breathtaking views over endless deserts, to fascinating cultural tours with knowledgeable guides, this is a place where outdoor adventures turn into timeless experiences that will stay with you forever. Here in Namibia you will find yourself immersed in nature; marveling at the incredible beauty all around – from epic red dunes, lush savannas and mysterious ancient rocks – as you enjoy rugged beauty on foot or from the back of an animal. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing holiday or an unforgettable adventure to stimulate your soul and invigorate your spirit – Namibia offers something for everyone.

Things to do

Namibia is home to some of the highest dunes, a visit to the desert should be one of the top destinations when booking a trip.  Not only is the view unique and beautiful the climb to get there is just as much fun.  Etosha National Park is one the a greatest national parks in Africa and has great game viewing and is a prime wildlife safari destination.  A marine cruise in Walvis Bay lagoon is like visiting an open air, all natural aquarium,  bringing you into close contact with mola molas, seals, penguins, dolphins, turtles and the astonishing humpback whales (seasonal sightings from July to November).  For bird-viewing enthusiasts, birdlife is abundant as well with pelicans, petrels, flamingos, oystercatchers cormorants, and gannets.  Rich in culture, there are 11 different ethnic groups from the charming San hunter-gatherers with their ancient historical rock art to the spectacular Victorian-garbed Herero women.  Namibia has a unique history with confluence of German influence in an African setting.


• Etosha National Park
• Sossusvlei & Dune 45
• Swakopmund
• Skeleton Coast
• Desert Elephants
• Caprivi Strip
• Spitzkoppe & Organ Pipes.
• Cape Cross & Guano
• Quiver Tree Forest
• Ais-Ais Hot water spring
• World’s 2nd largest Canyon – Fish River Canyon
• White Lady & Vingerklip