is a landscape made for walking. Yes, there are great expanses of desert, but even that is never empty, never dull. The world’s highest sand dunes give way to salt pans, and then to dry mountain vistas. Along the western shore, the blue of the Atlantic Ocean meet the fine golden coloured sand of the Skeleton Coast. On foot you are able to appreciate even the subtlest changes in nature’s colour scheme, in the undulation of the terrain, and to feel the breezes on your face. It’s also one of the best ways to appreciate the plants and wildlife; without the noise of an engine, you can often get remarkably close.
With vast and dramatic desert landscapes, Namibia offers its visitors superb hiking opportunities surrounded by some of the world’s most magnificent scenery. Whether you want to enjoy a more traditional safari adventure with a few days of gentle walking or spend a several weeks hiking challenging trails with a specialist guide, we can design an itinerary to perfectly suit your requirements.