Located in the southwestern part of Africa, Namibia is a beautiful and diverse country that is a top travel destination. Namibia is known for being home to the Etosha National Park, which is one of the world's biggest conservation areas, as well as having some of the highest dunes in the world at Sossusvlei. Being one of the most sparsely populated countries in the world, Namibia has an untouched, rugged, and beautiful landscape that is unlike any of its neighbouring countries, Angola, Botswana and South Africa. With many charming towns, rich culture, ancient rock art, adventure activities, and diverse wildlife, Namibia is a unique and remarkable country that is a top destination to visit.
Why choose Namibia as a destination?
The Etosha National Park is the biggest wildlife sanctuary in Namibia and is a must-see for wildlife enthusiasts.
If you've ever seen pictures of the Namibian desert, chances are they were of Sossusvlei, which is home to the world's largest sand dunes. Climb to the top of these dunes for an amazing early morning sunrise.
Home to over 20% of the worlds cheetah population.
With many outdoor activities and experiences to be enjoyed, it is a fantastic place for a family holiday.
The world's second-largest canyon, Fish River Canyon in Southern Namibia.
For those who love birding, Namibia is home to over 700 bird species.
Visit the Cape Cross Seal Reserve to see hundreds of thousands of seals gathering.
The Caprivi Strip is also known as the Okavango Strip. The largest settlement is the town of Katima Mulilo.
Namibia has something for everyone and is an ideal holiday destination for those looking for a unique and memorable experience.
Fish River Canyon,
the second-largest canyon in the world
An abundance of adventure activities
Beautiful hiking trails
ATV Tours around Deadvlei and Sossusvlei
Skeleton Coast is a vast, deserted landscape that is home to the world's largest ship cemetery. Whether you are viewing a colony of 200000 Cape Fur Seals at the Cape Cross Seal Reserve, or surfing the legendary waves of Skeleton Bay, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
As one of the largest National Parks in Africa, Etosha National Park has a wide diversity of animal and bird species. Home to a salt pan so large, it can be viewed from space.