Namibia Safaris

Namibia boasts some of the most spectacular landscapes on the continent, from the mist-enshrouded beaches strewn with bleached whalebones and rusted shipwrecks of the Skeleton Coast to the towering red sand dunes, dry cracked earth, and ghostly trunks of dead trees that form the stark beauty of Sossusvlei. Encapsulated by the vast saline desert of the Etosha Pan, Etosha (meaning ‘place of dry water’) hosts some of Africa’s biggest game, while the barren, inaccessible region of Kaokoland is home to the nomadic Himba people and one of the last remaining true wilderness areas on earth. Soak up some German culture and exquisite architecture in the quaint coastal town of Swakopmund, take in the awe-inspiring natural wonder of the Fish River Canyon, or go off the beaten track with a fly-in safari to the isolated Kunene region and experience absolute solitude.