Travel to Namibia and discover an exciting and scenic desert destination. Tucked between the Kalahari Desert and the Atlantic Ocean, Namibia lies waiting, the ultimate adventure holiday. A wildlife lover’s paradise, Namibia is home to Etosha National Park, Africa’s third-largest national park. Home to 114 mammals and 340 bird species this spectacle is not to be missed. Another must see in Namibia is a visit to the Skeleton Coast National Park. This windswept strip of desert is strikingly beautiful in its own unique desolate and mysterious way. The landscape has shipwrecks and whale skeletons strewn about, and the beaches are often shrouded in fog.
Encounter the past with a visit to one of the ghost towns of Namibia, where the sand has all but reclaimed the beautiful old buildings. And if you are lucky enough you might be able to spot some of the feral Namib Desert Horses as they roam the sparsely vegetated plain of the Namib Desert.
From visiting the highest sand dunes in the world at Sossusvlei, to experiencing out-of-this-world scenery in Damaraland – as well as possibly spotting desert-adapted elephant and rhino – there's so much to experience in Namibia.
Browse our Namibia holiday packages below and start planning all the exciting destinations you’ll visit. A Namibia holiday is the perfect holiday destination choice for adventurous travellers from South Africa.
Sossusvlei – Explore this unique salt and clay pan encompassed by high red sand dunes. It’s an alien landscape not to be missed.
Dune 45 – Namibia's most famous dune. An 80 meter dune that you can walk. You won’t regret the view once you’re up there.
Quiver Tree Forest – A unique attraction in Namibia, the Quiver trees got their name from the Bushmen who traditional used the branches of the tree to make quivers. They are curiously shaped and make for a great photograph.
Namibia Cheetah Farm – Namibia is home to the largest population of cheetahs in the world. Cheetah rescue centres relocate and rescue cheetahs that have been hurt. Visit the farm and even interact with the cheetahs.
Skeleton Coast – Littered with shipwrecks and whale bones the epic coastline makes for an incredible adventure playground. Go quadbiking through the desert or take a helicopter to see it from the skies.
Etosha National Park – not to be missed is Namibia’s number one game park. Home to the Big 5 you’ll see everything here, and because of the arid climate you’ll get to see how these animals have adapted to desert life.