Namibia

An Namibia Safari

Paradise

Every minute detail was taken care of and I felt so pampered and relaxed. They took care of all our drop-offs, pick-ups, and COVID tests and guided us through visas. Alym was so great to work with and so attentive to detail. He and his staff were always a text away from answering our questions. The camps were top notch and the food was amazing. Everything exceeded my expectations. Love Kenya!!! Best adventure of my life!!!
Giselle Hillman

Namibia is a barren land, as if it were another world, but it is inviting and strangely familiar. It is a paradise for photographers – a land of contrasts and clear colours. Those who are looking for peace and stillness and enjoy mesmerizing landscapes and wide desert expanses, are going to fall in love with Namibia, one of the least populated countries in the world. Before you set out to explore Namibia, it’s a good idea to acquaint yourself with some basic facts and information to navigate this vast land. Our destination experts have put together all the essentials for you in our Namibia Travel Guide.

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When To Travel To Namibia

Summer temperatures are high in Namibia, often exceeding 30°C; Namibia is especially hot and humid from December to February. During the Namibian winter, between the months of March and October, days remain warm but nights are cold; this is a pleasant time to visit, just bring layers for the evening.

Winter is also an ideal time to visit Namibia’s Etosha National Park – low rainfall means animals are easily spotted congregating around waterholes. Namibia’s capital, Windhoek, hosts its own Oktoberfest beer festival in October.

Top Things To Do In Namibia

One of the most underrated places on the planet is the southern African country of Namibia. If you love adventure, nature, and culture you’ve come to the right place – There are plenty of things to do in Namibia. Home to the oldest desert in the world, the tallest sand dunes, the game filled National Parks, and many unique cultures waiting for you in Namibia.


  • Road Trip Your Way around Namibia

  • Get Your Bearings in Windhoek

  • Self-Drive Safari through Etosha National Park in Namibia

  • Mingle with Locals in Swakopmund

  • Take a Tour of the Namib Desert

  • Spot Wildlife in Walvis Bay

What To Eat & Drink In Namibia

Meals in Namibia tend to be meat-heavy, and German influenced. Steaks and sausages chucked on the braai (barbecue) are common mains; you might even see more exotic fare such as oryx, springbok and kudu on the menu.

Seafood is good; try the sweet-tasting oysters, cultivated offshore at Walvis Bay. Traditional Namibian food, such as mealie pap (a type of porridge), isn’t usually served to tourists; most lodges will offer more Western-style fare. Hygiene standards are generally good.

The Best Souvenirs To Buy In Namibia

We are going to recommend what to buy in Namibia during your trip to this Southwest African country.  Its crafts are varied and colorful, so you are sure to take more than one souvenir home as a gift.


Before talking about the typical products to buy in Namibia, you should know that the crafts are very varied.  You will find fabrics, wooden objects, bowls, masks, dolls, and even typical food products of the country.

The souvenirs of Namibia are very original, so you won’t be able to resist buying more than one thing in their markets.  


  • Wooden figures. ...

  • Fabrics. ...

  • Bottle top magnets. ...

  • Wooden and rag dolls. ...

  • Products made with macalani seeds. ...

  • Musical instruments. ...

  • Dry meat. ...

  • Namibian wine.

What To Pack For Namibia

As a general guide, comfortable and casual clothing that you can wash and wear is recommended while on safari. Muted colours are best for game viewing. Game drives are generally conducted in the early morning and the late afternoon, which can be cold, especially in winter. The temperature often warms up during the day, so it is best to dress in layers.

The most practical items to pack for your Namibia safari are:


  • Clothes in khaki, green, beige and neutral colours

  • Long-sleeved shirts that offer protection from the sun and mosquitoes

  • T-shirts

  • Shorts or a light skirt

  • Jeans or safari trousers for evenings and cooler days

  • Jackets and sweaters for early morning and late afternoon game drives

  • A lightweight waterproof jacket in case of rain

Travel Tips For Namibia

Currency: The Namibian Dollar and the South African Rand are both used in the country.

Language: The official language of Namibia is English. However German, Afrikaans and Oshiwambo dialects are spoken by the locals as well.

When You Are There

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Frequently Asked Questions

Not only is Namibia safe and easy to travel through, but it also has just as much to offer as other countries in Africa. Head to Etosha National Park and you'll get to drive alongside elephants, giraffes, lions, black rhinos, and more. You can hit up the Namibian desert for sand dune climbing at sunrise.

Namibia is a safe, tourist-friendly country with excellent infrastructure despite its sparse habitation, so as a solo traveller you don't need to worry about safety

The isolation has its perks though; we found Namibia to be the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, and embrace a quieter way of living. Make the most of the vastness, and spend at least two weeks exploring the country.

While getting around Namibia's relatively few population centres is possible by bus, and even rail in some cases, in order to reach most of the parks, reserves and other places you are most likely to want to visit, you will need to book yourself on a tour or rent a vehicle.

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