A safari to Namibia is an infectious affair…If you go to Namibia once you will most probably return. The wide open spaces and remoteness in Namibia are second to none. Namibia is home to the world’s oldest desert, the Namib, a breath-taking and vast sandy expanse, made all the more spectacular when seen from above from the basket of a classic hot-air balloon. The exciting game-viewing at the waterholes of Etosha is some of the finest on the continent. Desert-adapted animals like the Elephant, Black Rhino and Gemsbok as well as smaller animals like Meerkats and Bat-eared Foxes are highlights on safari here.
Namibia also has the largest remaining population of Cheetah in Africa and there are many endemics birds and fascinating flora to add to your list. You simply cannot see it all as many areas are difficult to access and very remote, yet the excellent road network and scheduled charter flights to some of the prime areas make travel in Namibia a pleasure. Namibia has various cultural groups and you will have the chance to engage with some of them depending on which regions you travel to. Go there – ‘just once’.
Sossusvlei Desert Lodge
Desert Rhino Camp
Hoanib Skeleton Coast