Explore Namibia

A land of contrasts and often surreal landscapes that reflect and environment almost untouched by man.

Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park is one of the most accessible game reserves in Namibia and Southern Africa. The park’s main characteristic is a salt pan so large it can be seen from space - and abundant game sightings are guaranteed around the many waterholes.

Damaraland & Environs

An area of untamed scenic beauty, Damaraland offers a fascinating range of landscapes and environments to explore, ranging from huge open grassland plains to mountains and gorges, with desert prevalent as you move further west.


The stunning orange red dunes around Sossusvlei help contribute to the unworldly atmosphere of the place. The colouration is due to the high percentage of iron in the sand, and contrasted with the rich blue skies and the white salt pans ensures spectacular images.

Fish River Canyon

Widely understood to the second largest canyon in the world, Fish River Canyon is over 160km long and can reach widths of up to 27km at the widest point, with canyon depths reaching up to 550m. Believed to have been formed by water erosion and tectonic shifts over 500 million years ago, this stunning landscape is a 'must see' on any trip to Namibia.

The Caprivi Strip

Sometimes known as the Okavango Strip, this often overlooked region of Namibia offers great wildlife viewing in a lush environment on four river systems, in stark contrast to the rest of Namibia.

The Skeleton Coast

The Skeleton Coast is so named due to the bones from whaling and sealing that lay scattered along the length of the coast. Known as 'The Land God Made in Anger' by the indigenous population and as 'The Gates of Hell' by the Portugese, it doesn't sound like the most inviting destination we will readily admit.

A pristine land of untouched natural beauty; of vastness, of awe-inspiring contrasts and mystical splendour such that it touches the soul. You take it with you forever.

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