Namibia is one of the most photographed countries in the world! Sossusvlei Lodge is a highlight of the Namibian safari experience. Wedged between the hot Kalahari Desert and the cold Atlantic Ocean Namibia possesses the highest windswept dunes in the world, ruggered canyons and mountains, vast desolate deserts, unique game viewing, wild coastline, German influenced towns and an array of local cultures.

The second most sparsely country in the world, Namibia has a local population of just over 2 million people. Geared to tourism the country is a travelers dream. Easy fly-in Safaris to top destinations, authentic luxury mobile African safari tours, super family friendly accommodation and activities, all the romance you can dream of for your African honeymoon and on a par with South Africa as one of the greatest self-drive destinations in Southern Africa.

Browse through some of our suggested itineraries or be your own guide on some terrific self-drive itineraries. The highlights of Namibia safari tours form a magic circuit. Starting in Windhoek and moving to the ancient red dunes of Sossusvlei, onto the coastal town of Swakopmund, through the unforgiving Damaraland, and ending with the wilds of the Etosha Pan. This Namibia safari circuit can be done in either direction, and can take you a few days or a few weeks. The gravel roads are in good condition which makes it an easy self-drive destination. You can chat to our consultants who can advise on car types and driving times. Or they can assist and plan your perfect Namibia safari itinerary.

The most popular time to take a Namibia safari is generally the cooler winter months June to November. It is a good year round destination although it can get very hot in summer during the day and this is also the wet season. The Namibian landscape completely regenerates itself during and after the rains giving you another reason to take more than one Namibia safari tour!


Sossusvlei is located in the ancient Namib-Naukluft National Park. This Park includes the oldest desert in the world. One of the biggest attractions here are the massive red sand dunes, some reaching over 300 meters in height, (often referred to as Sossusvlei)! Visiting the area at sunrise or sunset ensures amazing photographic opportunities! Read More


Damaraland is beautifully arid and spectacularly unforgiving! One of the most scenic places in Namibia, in the height of the dry winter or the rains of summer. Here you find unique experiences, attractions like Burnt Mountain, Rock Art at Twyfelfontein and geological wonders like the Petrified Forest. It is also home to the local tribe of Himba people still living and dressing to ancient traditions Read More


The Etosha Pan is the biggest tourist attraction in Namibia safari travel! The white salt pan dominates the park, roughly 130km long and up to 50km wide. This white chalky expanse, along with all the waterholes and wildlife, creates the unique atmosphere that is the Etosha Pan today. Etosha is a unique game viewing experience! Read More


The Kunene River cuts across the sparse dry environment creating an oasis-like environment which juxtaposes with an otherwise hauntingly harsh sparseness. This strip of lush vegetation attracts nomadic wildlife from afar and is home to two of Southern Africa’s rarest birds – the elusive Cinderella Waxbill and the rufous-tailed palm thrush. Read More


Swakopmund is known as the adventure capital of Namibia and includes sand boarding and quad biking along its enormous sand dunes which lie just on the outskirts of the town. Boat cruises to see the thousands of pelicans and seal colonies reveal the nutrient richness of the icy waters which also attract many sharks to the area. Excursions to Sandwhich Harbour a protected wetland area show a unique ecosystem housing countless amounts of flamingos. Read More


Windhoek is the landlocked capital city of Namibia and is the nation’s largest and most populace city. The modern African city sits at the bottom of the Windhoek basin and is surrounded by a rocky mountainous backdrop which adds to its allure. Read More


Namibia’s Skeleton Coast is shrouded in mystery and a place of great extremes; where the seemingly endless desertscape collides with a frigid and rugged coastline. The consistently rough seas and dense ocean fogs, known to the locals as ‘cassimbo’, plagued sailors of the past with legendary peril, and today the coastline is steeped in a fascinating shipwreck history. Read More