Vast and varied


The three best things about Namibia: scenery, photography and safari. That’s just our opinion, of course. But once you’ve been, we’re pretty certain you’ll agree. 

Sights don’t get much better than the view as you fly from Sossusvlei to Swakopmund. Once you’ve seen endless salt pans, epic colour spectrums and ship wrecks from the air, you’ll know what it means to feel humbled. We’re also big fans of Serra Cafema, a remote spot in the north west that borders with Angola, especially exploring the dunes on foot or by quad bike. 

Speaking of Sossusvlei, it’s a photographer’s dream – especially at sunrise. Although, the same could be said for the country as a whole. Namibia looks like a glossy photography book sprung to life. 

Then there’s the safari. The camps in Damaraland might be relatively simple, but they offer amazing opportunities to track rhino. Etosha, and its private reserves, is a wildlife utopia. When we go, we like to pull up by a waterhole and just wait. It doesn’t take long to attract animals aplenty.

Namibia is vast and varied: you can fly it, or you can drive it. It’s best not to drive unless you’re comfortable changing a tyre (or two). And if you don’t fancy being behind the wheel at all, we can organise a driver for you. 

Please note: The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) issues travel advice on destinations, which includes information on passports, visas, health, safety and security. We urge you to visit their website before deciding to travel. 

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Namibia is very, very large with a very, very small population. It’s the land of huge landscapes, deserts, dramatic scenery and starry night skies. It’s where the Benguela current fuels an ecosystem that supports sand dunes, spiders, salt pans and lions. And where you’ll marvel at the delicate way it all knits together.

It’s a country full of contrasts and unforgettable experiences –  - take a drive through the lonely desert roads, where huge slabs of granite rise up in the distance and you’ll see what we mean.

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    Sossusvlei Dunes

    Little Kulala is the gateway to the Sossusvlei Dunes. In fact, there’s a private gate that leads straight from the...


We recommend flying into Johannesburg or Cape Town and connecting onto Windhoek. A night in Windhoek is usually unavoidable, but from our experience it means you can recover in comfort from the long international flight and make an early start the following morning.  


Like its neighbours, Namibia is a good all year round destination. May to October are often the drier months, so travelling at this time you are almost guaranteed the dry landscapes and dusty scenes that you see on David Attenborough. With the added bonus that animals tend to congregate around the waterholes. 


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