Offering dramatic landscapes and endless skies, Namibia will steal your heart

Namibia has the power to surprise. Although it is known for its towering sand dunes and vast desert landscapes, which are certainly awe-inspiring, Namibia has so much more on offer… From the vast desert landscapes in the Kalahari and Namib Deserts, through to the Coastal Oasis of Swakopmund, and then further on to the incredible wildlife in Etosha National Park and the Caprivi Strip, there is truly something for everyone. It is also one of the few countries where animals still roam freely, mostly unrestricted by human influence.

Tucked away in what seems to be vast emptiness are many excellent lodges, providing visitors with little pockets of serenity and comfort. With decent infrastructure and regular flights into Windhoek from the rest of the world Namibia is a perfect standalone destination or can easily be part of a bigger African holiday. Let us help you to design your perfect Namibian holiday.




Within the Namib-Naukluft National Park, the largest conservation area in Africa, is Sossusvlei – Namibia’s most spectacular and best-known attraction. Known for the large red dunes that surround it, Sossusvlei is a large, white, salt and clay pan and is a great destination all year round. The dunes in this area are some of the highest in the world, reaching almost 400 meters, and provide photographic enthusiasts with wonderful images in the beautiful morning and evening light.

A range of comfortable accommodation can be found in the region including luxury lodges which will surprise even the most discerning traveller.


Etosha is one of the most rewarding big-game game reserves in Southern Africa. In addition to the “regulars” – elephant, giraffe, lion, leopard, zebra, springbok and gemsbok – Etosha is one of the best places in Southern Africa to see the endangered cheetah and black rhino, plus there are 340 species of birds in the Park.

Having a particularly dry climate, the concentration of big game around the waterholes makes game viewing incredibly rewarding. Photographers will relish the action at the game-packed waterholes.

Superb upmarket lodges are situated just outside the park borders and offer visitors an exclusive and intimate Etosha safari experience.


A remote and desolate area, the Skeleton Coast has long been a graveyard for ships that fell victim to the Atlantic’s treacherous currents and thick fog. However, it is this stark environment that provides visitors with breathtaking