The landscape in Namibia is utterly diverse range from completely arid desert, to fertile greenery and from tiny towns to the hulking mass of capital Windhoek, one of Africa’s hidden-gem capital cities.
The wilderness and wildlife here are a dream for the amateur photographer – even if you’ve got next to no skill behind the lens, you’ll return home with utterly gorgeous shots and panoramic vista each more impressive than the last.
Those who want to get active can look forward to adrenalin-pumping desert sports ranging from dune boarding to quad biking, while the relaxation-included need look no further than one of the quiet lodges for a truly tranquil holiday.
Why visit Namibia?
See the stunning red sand dunes of Sossusvlei – a spectacle unlike anywhere else on Earth
Enjoy the surprisingly rich diversity of wildlife in one of the truly unique desert lodges with the backdrop of rugged mountains and arid plains
Visit the eerily beautiful Skeleton Coast or the stunning national parks
Take a trip to the capital city of Windhoek – it’s a quintessentially African city with a more relaxed and peaceful vibe
Experience true seclusion in the desert – where you’ll find some of the most remote settlements in the world