NAMIBIA'S MULTI-FACETED EXPERIENCE
Namibia is a land of endless horizons and its history can be found carved into the boulders. From sky scraping dunes to the shear abundance of wildlife; committed to protecting our natural resources.
Kalahari is a large sandy savanna and ideally located for trips to the Kgalagadi Tranfrontier Park that will capture your heart.
FISH RIVER CANYON
The Fish River Canyon is the second largest canyon in the world. Popular are the Mule trekking but it is important to know that during the summer month the Canyon hike is closed due to the heat.
KOLMANSKOP GHOST TOWN
Not far from Lüderitz and situated in the forbiddden Sperrgebiet, Kolmanskop Ghost Towns ruins carry little resemblance to its late prestige.
SOSSUSVLEI & DEAD VLEI
Climbing the highest dunes in the world with their swaying grasses and solitary oryx; a teaser onto the oldest desert.
Destination Swakopmund, Namibia's playground at the coast from where you can visit many surrounding attractions, landmarks and enjoy plenty of adventurous activities. Qualify for discounted rates the longer you stay.
This is a geologists dream; the petrified forest, the organ pipes, the huge rock finger and the burnt mountain.
Imagine the Epupa Falls in the harsh landscapes of the Kaokoveld, spotting the desert elephants and covering yourself in butterfat and red ochre of the Ovahimba.
ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK
One of Africa's greatest game parks; home to more than 100 mammals and over 300 bird species - observed for hours at a waterhole. Don't forget your padkos!
With the 4 game reserves; Mahango National Park, Bwabwata National Park, Mudumu National Park and Mamili National Park it offers an abundance of wildlife, green landscapes and impressive cultural experiences.