Where the Desert Meets the Ocean
Romantic | Spacious | Dramatic
Namibia is one of Africa’s most fascinating destinations. With just over 2 million inhabitants it is the second sparsest populated country on the planet. ‘The Land God Made In Anger’ represents the perfect mix of drama, romance and adventure. This vast and arid expanse of land with its lonely roads winding through unbelievable vistas will sear itself into your memory and heart. It is rugged, elemental and savage. And ravishingly beautiful.
Namibia is one of the few African destinations to offer price options to suit all pockets. Holidays can range from self-drive options to more expensive private expeditions and luxury fly-in safaris. Whilst it is possible to see much of the country on a reasonable budget, some of the more remote parts of Namibia can only be accessed by air transfers, or on more specialist, private guided tours.
Namibian pricing is seasonal so pricing varies depending on the time of year you visit. On the lower end, a 10 – 14 day self-drive safari in Namibia (excluding international flights) starts at Euro 1800 per person sharing. A similarly guided safari would be in the range of Euro 3600 per person.
Namibia is the fifth largest country in Africa and has a long Atlantic coastline. It shares land borders with Angola and Zambia to the north, Botswana to the east and South Africa to the south and east. Namibia is two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) / Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
Its currency is the Namibian Dollar (NAD) and the official language is English, with German, Afrikaans and 10 indigenous languages and their dialects widely spoken.
The Namib Desert
Sossusvlei, Deadvlei and Sesriem Canyon
Etosha National Park
The Fish River Canyon
The Skeleton Coast
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