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NAMIBIA HOLIDAYS

Vast and dramatically beautiful, Namibia’s diverse landscapes range from plunging gorges to soaring sand dunes – some of the highest in the world.
Namibia Holidays
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Pool area at &Beyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge

&Beyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge
The &Beyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge has just ten air-conditioned suites with in-room fireplaces, en suite bathrooms and star-viewing skylights....
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Suite exterior at Camp Kipwe

Camp Kipwe
At Camp Kipwe stay in one of nine dome-shaped bungalows and one suite; at first glance, the bungalows resemble the boulders that they are built betwee...
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Exterior of Cornerstone Guesthouse

Cornerstone Guesthouse
Enjoy a Stay at This Charming Guesthouse in Swakopmund During Your Western & Oriental Holiday to Namibia....
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Rhino watching at Desert Rhino Camp

Desert Rhino Camp
Situated in the heart of the 450,000 hectare Palmwag concession, Desert Rhino Camp has a prime location for a Namibian holiday....
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Doro Nawas

Doro Nawas
Accommodation at Doro Nawas has been designed to blend in with the environment....
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Pool area at GocheGanas

GocheGanas
Gocheganas is a luxury lodge situated on a 6,000-hectare reserve with 15 spacious, elegant suites and one family suite....
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Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp

Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp
This remote and isolated lodge – accessible only by light aircraft - offers excellent game viewing of the desert adapted wildlife....
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Pool area at Little Kulala Lodge

Little Kulala Lodge
With just 11 glass-fronted, thatched ‘kulalas’ (meaning to sleep), this intimate lodge offers all the services of a luxury lodge....
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Exterior of Little Ongava Lodge

Little Ongava Lodge
Little Ongava Lodge benefits from an intimate and relaxed atmosphere, as it has just three spacious suites - each en suite, with a private pool....
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Suite bedroom at Mowani Mountain Camp

Mowani Mountain Camp
The Mowani Mountain Camp blends perfectly into its natural surroundings. The camp has 13 rooms and two suites....
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Exterior of Mushara Outpost

Mushara Collection
Not far from the Von Lindequist Gate, the Mushara Collection is a luxury collection of lodges with great access to Etosha National Park....
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Pool area at Okonjima

Okonjima
Okonjima is situated on its own private 200-square kilometre reserve, and has a variety of different accommodation options to suit all travellers....
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Olive Exclusive
This intimate and luxurious boutique hotel has just seven suites, each individually decorated to reflect a different region in Namibia....
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Tree Top Camp at Onguma Private Game Reserve

Onguma Private Game Reserve
The Onguma Game Reserve is made up of five lodges and two campsites, with a style to suit all travellers....
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Front of Villa Margherita

Villa Margherita
Swakopmund is the perfect place to visit when you are coming from the desert, a welcome rest after a long drive....
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Namibia Holidays


Vast and dramatically beautiful, Namibia’s diverse landscapes range from plunging gorges to soaring sand dunes – some of the highest in the world. Whether you choose to embark on a self-drive tour or one of our guided Namibia holidays, you’ll discover a country full of surprises, welcoming people and an impressive amount of game.

In the south, the iconic red dunes of Sossusvlei give way to a shimmering salt pan, dotted with gnarled and blackened acacia trees. On the Atlantic shoreline, explore the crumbling carcasses of doomed ships beached upon the harsh sands of the aptly-named Skeleton Coast, and explore the Germanic-influenced towns of Swakopmund, Walvis Bay and inland, Windhoek, the tiny but fascinating capital.

In the north of the country is where you will find Namibia’s greatest surprise, the game reserves and national parks which are home to a huge variety of animals. Many travellers’ exposure to Namibia usually consists of the sandy places, such as Sossusvlei’s red desert and the Skeleton Coast’s deadly dunes, but the country is an excellent safari destination and home to many animals that have adapted to cope with Namibia’s harsh environments. In Damaraland, the desert-adapted elephants have developed smaller body masses and larger feet to cope with the lack of water and abundance of sand, and are able to travel for days without hydration. Nearby, Etosha National Park is home to enormous watering holes, where you’ll find a huge variety of wildlife, with four of the Big Five living here – everything except the buffalo.

The climate of Namibia and its open spaces and Western influences can be likened to South Africa, but due to its enormous expanses of desert it can get incredibly hot. We’d recommend visiting in the winter months of June to October, when temperatures are generally cooler.

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Self-drive holidays to Namibia 


Namibia’s excellent infrastructure – as well as its long, open roads - lends itself well to self-drive Namibia holidays. The country is blessed with hundreds of miles of empty roads, passing through incredible scenery, so the day’s journey is often as appealing as the end destination. Self-drive itineraries are best when spread across two weeks, giving ample time to see the majority of Namibia’s most compelling sights with time to explore of your own accord and – most importantly – relax. Much of the country can be reached by well-maintained roads, meaning a family car is adequate, though you may prefer the comfort and ground clearance of a four-wheel drive for when the route does cross the odd unpaved road. Accommodation choices are ample and range from comfortable guest houses to exclusive luxury lodges, with the odd national park camp thrown in. If you’re looking for adventure, self-drive holidays to Namibia might be just the ticket.

 

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