A jarring array of landscapes, from barren deserts to sparkling oceanside vistas, Namibia is where people go to marvel at the full power and beauty of Mother Nature. See the rolling dunes of the Namib Desert, stare in wonder at unending skies filled with stars and witness the raw power of the cheetah from the front row seat of a game drive.
With so many choices, you’ll just have to keep coming back until you’ve seen them all. Here’s why travellers like you are asking us to bring them to Namibia:
The Etosha National Park is one of Namibia's most sacred protected areas, bursting at the seams with diverse landscapes and ecosystems, big game and romantic hideaways.
Marvel at the vast salt pans, stretching as far as the eye can see, in all directions. Framed by striking red sand dunes, these seasonal salty floodplains exude a unique beauty each time you visit them.
Swakopmund sits cosily between windswept Atlantic shores and Namibia's capital: Windhoek. Delightful for both historians and adventurers, there are numerous watersports and historical landmarks to experience.
The Skeleton coast is a stretch of Atlantic shoreline, home to ethereal ocean fogs, roaring ocean surf and a vast marshland. People come to see the vast nothingness and catch the great surfing waves.
Palmwag is a pristine nature reserve in Namibia's northern Kunene region. Here you can enjoy a range of wildlife sightings: big cats; graceful antelope species; mountain zebra; giraffe and African Elephants.
Namib-Naukluft Park is Namibia’s largest conservation area. Iconic attractions include Sossuvlei's towering sand dunes; Sesriem's magnificent canyon; shipwreck sites; ghost towns and mountainous terrain.
For big game viewing, the dry months of May to October are best. If you want to witness the mesmerising transformational power of nature, come back during the rainy season (December to March) to marvel at the ‘green deserts’ as they burst with life.