Namibia

With the Namib and Kalahari deserts inhabiting its borders, Namibia is primarily a large desert plateau. The landscape is made up of five geographical areas, allowing for a dramatic variation in weather and vegetation conditions throughout the country.

In many ways Namibia epitomises Africa with its untouched and vast landscape.

Etoshe National Park; the rolling red sand dunes of Sossusvlei, the unique culture of the Himba people; the German architecture of Swakopmund; and the mountainous scenery of Damaraland are all reasons to visit this extraordinary country.

The summer months can get extremely hot so we recommend visiting throughout the other seasons.