From big game safaris in Etosha National Park to scaling the dunes of the Namib and tracking desert rhinos in Damaraland, Namibia offers incredible experiences and breathtaking landscapes in a number of top destinations. It's a big country but with good infrastructure, and a tour or safari in Namibia can easily combine many of these highlights - most easily as a fly-in safari but also on a guided or even self-drive tour.
Most itineraries take in ever-popular Swakopmund, Sossusvlei and Etosha, but tours into the wild Kaokoveld and Skeleton Coast as well as the green and well-watered Caprivi Strip (newly renamed as the Zambezi Region) also provide plenty of adventure plus great game viewing and bird watching.
Our selection of top Namibia tours and safaris caters for everyone and features everything from luxury fly-in safaris and remote wilderness adventures to affordable scheduled tours and overland expeditions. And if you can't find the perfect itinerary, why not contact one of our Africa Safari Experts and let them create a tailor-made Namibia trip for you?
The extra days on this 2-week self-drive tour mean that you'll have plenty of time to spend exploring each highlight, and you'll need it: all of Namibia's must-see destinations are on the menu.
Some of Namibia's wildest and most remote destinations are made easy with this fly-in safari - prepare for incredible scenery, surprisingly good game viewing and fascinating cultural interactions.
Self-drive your way around Namibia's must-see highlights on this easy-paced itinerary - you'll kick off with big game viewing in Etosha and end with the towering dunes of Sossusvlei
With its well-paced, no-rush itinerary, you'll have plenty of time to both relax in wonderful accommodation and explore fascinating destinations on this self-drive adventure.
Travel by luxury train through the great landscapes of Namibia and enjoy wonderful game viewing at Etosha National Park. We'd recommend adding on a quick visit to Sossusvlei afterwards.
At a Glance
It's home to dramatic desert and mountain scenery, the world's highest sand dunes and wildlife-packed game reserves but safe, friendly and wide-open Namibia is an easy country to visit and even self-drive around.