Watch an incredible sunrise and sunset over Sossusvlei’s orange dunes.
Kayak among hundreds of seals at the Pelican Point seal colony near Swakopmund.
Head out with a guide to track desert-adapted elephant in Damaraland.
Admire Twyfelfontein’s rock art, carved by hunter-gatherers thousands of years ago.
Enjoy a safari in Etosha National Park, watching lion, zebra and elephant drinking at waterholes.
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Namibia, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Enjoy a self-drive safari or guided game drives in Etosha National Park.
Watch lion, giraffe and elephant drinking from waterholes vital to their survival.
Admire the ancient rock art at Twyfelfontein, created up to 10,000 years ago.
Spend time on the coast and exploring the dune wildlife close to Swakopmund.
Track desert-adapted elephant in the red-rock landscape of Damaraland.
Namibia and Zambia
Get up close and personal to the big cats at the AfriCat Foundation at Okonjima.
Visit the spectacular Victoria Falls and canoe along the Zambezi.
View the wonderful riverine birdlife and wildlife of the Zambezi Region (formerly the Caprivi Strip) bordering Botswana's Okavango Delta.
Enjoy a safari in Etosha National Park.
Relax and unwind as you are escorted around Namibia's highlights by private vehicle with your own driver-guide.
See the iconic sand dunes at Sossusvlei.
Search for desert-adapted Elephant in Damaraland.
Take a safari through Etosha National Park.
South Africa and Namibia
Explore South Africa's lesser known west coast.
Visit pretty seaside fishing villages.
Drive through mountains, deserts and wild flowers.
Learn about local culture and history with the San People.
Hike the world's second largest canyon.
See Namibia's vast and colourful landscapes, travelling by light aircraft between luxury camps.
Climb the towering dunes of Sossusvlei and experience the stark beauty of Namibia's most dramatic landscapes.
Enjoy expert guiding as you track black rhino on foot and enjoy excellent wildlife viewing in Etosha National Park.
South Africa, Namibia and Botswana
Climb the gigantic sand dunes at Sossusvlei.
Kayak with seals off Pelican Point.
Float through the Okavango Delta on a mokoro.
Enjoy guided bush walks in the Kwara Concession.
Experience the excitement of morning, afternoon and night-time safari.
Discover the towering dunes of Sossusvlei and visit the eerie Deadvlei.
Explore the incredible scenery of Namibia's remote Skeleton Coast by light aircraft.
Land on a Skeleton Coast beach to explore untouched areas on foot.
Meet Himba tribes people and search for desert-adapted wildlife.
Take a boat trip on the Kunene River that divides Namibia from Angola, a narrow strip of lush green running through this desert area.
Track rhino in the Ongava Reserve and watch the wildlife at one of Etosha's waterholes.
Some of our favourite travel guides
- Honeymoons in Namibia
- Meet the Himba tribe
- What to do in Namibia: our highlights guide
- Activity holidays in Namibia
- Self-driving in Namibia
- Luxury Namibia safaris
- Family holidays in Namibia
- Namibia safaris
Honeymoons in Namibia
If you'd like to combine spectacular scenery and fantastic wildlife spotting opportunities with the flexibility of a self-drive on your honeymoon, Namibia is an inspired choice. The country is also home to a wide range of inviting properties for you to choose from.View this travel guide
Meet the Himba tribe
A highly skilled tribe, they herd cattle and live in one of the world’s harshest environments. Distinctive for the ochre they put on their skin and traditional leather clothing — many people want to meet the Himba.View this travel guide
What to do in Namibia: our highlights guide
Home to the world’s tallest sand dunes, a wild Atlantic coastline and colonial cities, Namibia is delightfully different to other African countries. Namibia specialist, Steve, details some of the key things to see and do during your time in the country.View this travel guide
Activity holidays in Namibia
A land of vast landscapes and wild seas there are plenty of activities for you to build into your tailor-made trip to Namibia. Quad-biking, hiking and kayaking are all popular activities, and with its exceptional wildlife, game-drives and balloon trips are equally rewarding.View this travel guide
Self-driving in Namibia
With very little traffic on well-maintained roads that wind through spectacular scenery, as well as plenty of big-game wildlife to see, Namibia is an ideal destination for a self-drive safari.View this travel guide
Luxury Namibia safaris
Flying over the Skeleton Coast, tracking rare leopard in the highlands, or sleeping under the stars at an opulent tented camp. Namibia specialist Laura outlines the best camps and experiences for a luxury safari.View this travel guide
Family holidays in Namibia
A family holiday in Namibia can include kayaking with seals, stargazing in the desert, tracking cheetah and heading out on safari to see desert-adapted elephant. Africa specialist Iain discusses his ideas for a trip that appeals to all ages.View this travel guide
Namibia may not immediately spring to mind when you think of a safari, but with four of the Big Five roaming Etosha National Park and the chance to see desert-adapted elephant in Damaraland, it makes a rewarding safari destination, as Africa specialist Alex explains.View this travel guide