Namibia is a land of opportunity; not in the sense that there are still loads of undiscovered diamonds that’ll make you a millionaire but in the sense that Namibia is a country that will redefine your sense of adventure, reignite your thirst for exploring the unknown and give you arguably the best landscapes on offer in Africa.
Travel to Namibia to journey into the planet’s oldest desert, the world’s highest sand dunes and one of the few remaining true wilderness areas on earth; The Skeleton Coast. Other things to look forward to when you travel to Namibia include sunrise balloon rides over the Sossusvlei, stunning hikes in The Fish River Canyon and top quality safari experiences in The Etosha National Park.
If that sounds all too tame, go skydiving over Swakopmund, kayaking with seals and dolphins in the Walvis Bay Lagoon and tracking the elusive and endangered, but prehistorically beautiful, black rhino in Damaraland. As the world’s second most sparsely populated country, Namibia gives you seemingly never-ending rolling red sand dunes, vast expanses of lunar-like landscapes and hundreds of miles of deserted coastline that’s not changed since the continents broke apart.
We’ve travelled to all corners of Namibia, easily one of Africa’s most enchanting countries, to bring you tailored advice on where to stay, what to do and who to do it with so you’re sure to get the most out of your time travelling. If any of this sounds good and Namibia sounds like a place that you could visit, please get in touch!