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Black rhinos, self-drive safaris, the Skeleton Coast and sand dune mountains

Home to more wild animals than people, and a leader in responsible travel, Namibia is a country that will impress you. The perfect place for a self-drive safari, the wildlife packed national reserves will leave you speechless, as will its eerie Skeleton Coast. 

Accompany the San of the Kalahari (Africa’s oldest indigenous tribe) on a sunset walk and learn about their traditions and culture. Head up to the Angolan border to visit the semi-nomadic Himba tribe, with their distinctive braided hair designs signalling age and marital status. Accessible only by plane, stay at the peaceful Serra Cafema camp which organises authentic cultural experiences with the Himba as well as explorations into the desert.

Etosha National Park is a photographers dream, and one of the best spots for game viewing in the whole of Africa. In the drier months, see all of Africa's wildlife at the large watering holes. Continue to the private Okonjima Nature Reserve, home of the AfriCat Foundation, focusing long term conservation of wild cats from lions and leopards to hyenas and cheetahs.

Namibia is the perfect place to go on safari while supporting responsible tourism and local conservation efforts.

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Featured Trips

Two weeks is a good amount of time to explore Namibia, with self-driving safaris the most popular option for visitors. Our Classic Namibia itinerary takes you through Etosha National Park to see unparalleled amounts of wildlife, and then to the Omboroko Mountains. For those with less time our Namibia Flying Safari takes you across the country and to some of Africa's most remote luxury properties.

When To Go

Namibia has two main seasons, rainy (November to April) and dry (May until October). Thanks to the vast area of desert and cool coastal winds, Namibia boasts good temperatures year round. The rainy season offers its own charms, and while it can get humid, visitors are rewarded with dramatic thunder and lightning storms over the desert.

Etosha National Park is best visited in July and August where animals gather around the few remaining watering holes. During September and October the country tends to get more dusty, although Namibia has its own Oktoberfest celebration from its German heritage.

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Accommodation

One of Wayfairer’s favourite accommodations is Serra Cafema camp in the Hartmann’s valley of northern Namibia. Remote as you can get, but still with a luxurious element, the chalets sit on elevated decks near the Kunene River and provide exceptional views of the surrounding desert. The intimate resort is perfect for honeymooners but also welcomes families. Possibly the most impressive camp is Hoanib Camp on the Skeleton Coast. Located in a dry river bed in the remote area of Kaokoveld, the camp has only 8 tents and arranges evenings around a campfire.

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