Namibia has the world’s most spectacular and varied desert landscapes. Nowhere else do you see desert elephant moving silently through desolately beautiful valleys. No other desert has a Skeleton Coast where great Atlantic waves pound a burning shore littered with shipwrecks where only giant seal colonies and hungry jackals live. Discover the world’s highest dunescapes, Bushmen rock art, remote Himba tribes, the world’s second deepest canyon and the vast Etosha Saltpan where thousands of animals roam.
Namibia is unlike any other African country – unlike any country on the planet. Let Africa Exclusive take you there on a desert adventure of a lifetime. There are two ways to enjoy a Namibia safari either at ground level in a fully equipped four-wheel drive vehicle with your own expert guide, or by hopping in to a series of desert camps and lodges by light aircraft. Either way you are assured a safari holiday unlike any other.
Travelling by vehicle the changing scenery slowly unfolds as orange dunescapes are followed by great gravel plains and dramatic gorges, all explained and interpreted by your guide. Your guide will take you on safari in Etosha, dolphin watching in Walvis Bay, walking along desert trails in Damaraland and sand boarding along the Skeleton Coast. To do this you need to devote around two weeks to explore the country at a sensible pace allowing a highly experienced Namibian guide to introduce you to the wonders of this country.
On a Namibian fly in safari a small plane will take you from one desert scenic wonder to another, to luxury safari lodges like Kulala Desert Lodge near Sossussvlei to Doro Nawas in the remote mountains of Damaraland and Serra Cafema which sits in a little oasis beside the Kunene River. The ultimate fly in safari is to the Skeleton Coast National Park where you spend four days in one of the remotest places on the planet. This is a land of multicoloured wind sculpted dunes, of desert adapted wildlife, giant clay castles and hundreds of miles of hauntingly desolate shoreline where shipwrecked mariners knew they had no hope of survival.