Namibia Safaris - Africa Adventure Tours

Namibia safaris take you to explore the unique scenic landscapes of Africa with a history of dedicated conservation. Namibia holds many attractions, which include the Namib Desert, a world heritage site. Namibia is an excellent destination with mystical places. The red desert sand, striking black trees, and animal species have adapted to living in the harsh environment. The Namib-Naukluft Park is a must-see on a Namibian safari. Its rolling red dunes at Sossusvlei are outstanding. Namibia for Africa holiday tours. Namibia is located in the southwest part of Africa, distinguished by the Namib Desert along the Atlantic Ocean coast. Namibia is a land of exquisite adventure holidays with safaris that take you to a harsh and unforgiving environment.  Namibia is forged in a landscape of breathtaking with unusual and yet abundant wildlife. Namibia is home to diverse wildlife, like cheetahs with higher concentration. Wildlife in Namibia is composed of flora and fauna with endangered species which include the wild dog, black rhino, oribi, and puku.

There are guided safaris in Namibia, but if you feel the urge to explore at your own pace. Pack your bags, and head into the great wide-open spaces of Namibia, then self-drive safari is for you! A self-drive safari will include a hired car (or 4WD with all the necessary equipment), a detailed itinerary with a comprehensive route description, and maps allowing you to explore a planned route at your leisure. You have the privacy of an exclusive trip with the reassurance of a backup office with the assistance of experienced staff in Namibia. Discover the wonders of Namibia at your own pace.

Namibia Destinations

Tours and safari visits to Namibia’s best destinations include;

  • Etosha Park
  • Sossusvlei
  • Swakopmund
  • The Skeleton Coast
  • Damaraland
  • Fish River Canyon

A Safari to Namibia

A Namibian safari offers travelers to experience a wilderness of the untouched region of Africa which is seen by few explorers. Namibia is covered with dramatic landscapes and ancient cultures with amazing game viewing. It is the heritage of rock art created by stone-age artists and geological attractions such as the petrified forest of Khorixas where fossilized tree trunks have lain for over 280 million years. You can visit the shipwreck on the Skeleton Coast, Rhinos in the Palmwag Concession, or rev an ATV on the sand dunes in Sossusvlei.  Choose to spend time on a Namibia safari with experts to help you on a perfect Namibia tour for your interests, and needs, and within your budget.

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Book a dream Holiday - Namibia Safaris

With Namibia Safaris, we create personalized luxury travel holidays. Your desire prompts the service and attention we have to offer to you. With Namibia, you always come to the right place. Our dedicated team of expert tour architects will be with you every step of the way. From the initial inquiry to the end of your Namibia Safari adventure providing professional and attentive support throughout your holiday.

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Namibia Tours & Holidays

In Namibia, there are affordable tours covering camping with either ground camping or rooftop tent camping, and luxury Safari lodges with private safari tours. There are unique wildlife destinations in Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe which can be on an Overland safari. Cover the inclusive Africa on camping adventure tours.

Formerly known as South-West Africa, Namibia has experienced a peaceful transition from periods of colonial rule. Namibia was first ruled by Germans, then after by South Africans. Namibia today is a constitutional and democratic country that provides freedom of speech, association and religion. Namibia’s diverse population includes the dominant Ovambo people who traditionally live in the north. The Damara people, Herero, Himba and Bushmen people are other tribes and are considered white Namibians.

Despite this diversity, Namibia has a tiny population of over 2 million people. This is because there’s a lack of water in most parts of the country with permanent rivers only on its northern and southern boundaries. The country is an exceedingly arid desert and in most parts, rain puts in a regular appearance, especially in the northern regions. Temperatures are extreme in the desert, with daytime averages between 25–35°C in the rainy season, and cooling to 15–25°C in the winter months. The land falls off in a dramatic escarpment down to the west of the Namib Desert. It runs for 1,600km alongside the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean. It is best known for the spectacular apricot-coloured dunes of Sossusvlei and to the east, the plateau slopes off more gradually merging into the great sand sheet of the Kalahari Desert. Most safaris in Namibia make use of a three-star quality level of lodge safari accommodation where possible. Lodges and chalets are chosen for comfort, clean, lines and value for money, rather than luxury. The type of accommodation may differ from location to location, and make use of bush chalets, wildlife lodges, permanent tented safari camps, and smaller hotels.

Adventure Camping – Namibia Safaris

Adventurer Explorations camps consist of serviced spacious dome tents, designed to provide comfort in remote wilderness areas. The style of accommodation takes you back to the great days of African exploration. Pure cotton linen bedrolls (with duvets) on GI stretchers, bedside tables with lanterns, and mini luggage benches complement the atmosphere in pristine, wild camping areas. Separate toilet and shower ‘bathrooms’ with old-style tin bucket showers and basins and amenities create simple serviced comfort.

Adventurer camping brings the guest closer to nature, utilizing lively campfires, hurricane lanterns, diverse activities, and a warm atmosphere permeating the camp (and its simple comforts). Adventurer camps are specifically outfitted to create that wilderness camping feel with a clear emphasis on essential camp comforts and maximum wilderness experience.