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Namibia Holidays

Namibia Holidays

Namibia is wilderness and desert, sunsets and stars – and, above all, wide open space

Our Top Destinations in Namibia

Our Namibia Tours

Discover Namibia – Lodges

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13 Days from £ 2,799
£ 2,599

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Vast open spaces, shifting desert scenery and wildlife

Culture

Discover Namibia – Camping

Exodus Travels
13 Days from £ 1,999
£ 1,849

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Vast open spaces, shifting desert scenery and wildlife

Culture

Cape Town to Victoria Falls – Hotel/Lodge

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20 Days from £ 3,999

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Dunes, canyons and waterfalls from South Africa to Zimbabwe

Culture

Victoria Falls to Cape Town – Camping

Dead Valley in Namibia
20 Days from £ 2,749

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Camping adventure from Zimbabwe to South Africa

Culture

Cycle Namibia

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12 Days from £ 2,299

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Enjoy magnificent and diverse Namibian landscapes

Cycling

Namibian Family Adventurer

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13 Days from £ 1,999

Experience Namibian desert wilderness, wildlife and culture

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Namibia & Botswana: Dunes & Delta

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15 Days from £ 3,199

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Wildlife and contrasting landscapes of Namibia and Botswana

Culture

Namibia Holidays

FAQs on Namibia Holidays

What is the best time to go to Namibia?

Different seasons offer different benefits so when booking holidays to Namibia, you’ll want to take this into consideration. Summer in Namibia is opposite to that of the UK and during the months of June, July and August, although daytime temperatures are warm, nights can be extremely cold.  

If you prefer to travel during the dry season, September to October are the best months with little rainfall and milder temperatures of around 20 degrees Celsius. These months can get busy as it’s the peak time for Namibia safari holidays. Although the wet season falls between November and February, this isn’t necessarily a bad time to visit as the desert is more fertile and there’ll be an abundance of birdlife to see.

Is Namibia good for tourists?

Like many other countries, there is some degree of crime in Namibia but overall, it’s a relatively safe place for tourists to travel to. While you might associate vast deserts with Namibia, there is so much more to discover. It also has an extraordinary coastline, known as the Skeleton Coast, which is a National Park strewn with shipwrecks, bones of whales and seals, and home to diverse wildlife.

Etosha National Park is one of the greatest wildlife viewing regions in Africa where tourists go for Namibia safari holidays to spot elephants, big cats, giraffes and black rhinos in their natural habitat. 

How many days do you need in Namibia?

We offer a variety of Namibia tours ranging from 12 to 20 days which allow you to experience as much as you can of the country without rushing. Our itineraries are packed with safaris and immersive adventures that give you a fascinating insight into the history, culture and wildlife of Namibia.

What is the best month to visit Namibia?

If you’d rather avoid the wet season on Namibia holidays, you’re best travelling between May and October when there’s plenty of sunshine and blue skies. Although the daytime temperatures are fairly warm, it can get very cold at night.

If witnessing the incredible wildlife on Namibia tours is your main priority, we’d recommend visiting between July and August as there are fewer water sources for the animals. You’ll see a whole host of wildlife, such as elephants, zebra, wildebeest and giraffes, gathering around the waterhole in Etosha National Park.

How much does a safari in Namibia cost?

If you want to experience wildlife tours of the national parks, explore the deserts and enjoy exciting outdoor activities, you won’t get much change from £2,000 for a two-week trip. But it’s well worth spending that little bit extra to get the most out of Namibia safari holidays.

Can you do safari in Namibia?

Home to some of the greatest creatures in the world, Namibia is without a doubt the place to go for safaris. Whether you want to enjoy a game drive through Etosha National Park, go in search of black rhinos at Palmwag Concession or witness desert elephants at the Hoanib River, our safari tours are brimming with Namibia wildlife.

Where can I see lions in Namibia?

Etosha National Park is one of the few places in the world that’s home to wild lions and is a crucial area for their conservation. You might also spot one of these magnificent creatures swimming in the Okavango Delta.

What wildlife is in Namibia?

Namibia’s wildlife is prolific, and our tours guide you to all the best viewing spots. Some of the most impressive animals you might come across during Namibia safari holidays include:

Elephants
Lions
Black rhinos
Giraffes
Zebras
Hippos
Hundreds of species of birds
Cheetahs
Leopards
Hyenas
Gazelles
Oryx
Springbok
Kudu

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