Discover Namibia

Man has made so little impact on Namibia’s landscape that it can be said that Namibia truly reflects nature in its original form. With a land mass over 3 times that of Great Britain and with a population of around 2 million, Namibia boasts one of the world’s lowest population densities.

Explore The Landscapes Of Namibia

Discover the unique landscapes and culture of Namibia - a land that enthralls the senses and offers a unique insight into a land almot untouched by man.

Our Travel Itineraries In Namibia

We've put together a collection of exciting and interesting experiences in Namibia that showcase the very best of the country. Of course we can also create a completely bespoke journey if you so wish.

Wonderful Places To Stay In Namibia

A selection of extraordinary places to stay in Namibia ranging from simple guest houses and desert lodges through to mountain camps and game reserves. Something for everyone?

A Unique Landscape

Namibia derived its name from the Namib Desert, home to the immense sand dunes of Sossusvlei, one of Namibia’s premier attractions and onlya 4-hour drive from the capital Windhoek. Heading further south you can discover the coastal town of Luderitz, close to the ghost town of Kolmanskop where the first diamond was found and even further south is Fish River Canyon, the second largest canyon in the world.

The north is dominated by the Etosha National Park, with its defining features being the vast Etosha Pan offering excellent game viewing. Also in the North you can find the dramatic Skeleton Coast and the neighboring Damaraland region, a true wilderness area where the desert adapted elephants miraculously survive, and the Caprivi region.

The capital Windhoek is certainly worth an overnight stay and the coastal resort of Swakopmund, Namibia’s curious premier ‘seaside’ town, is an adventure lover’s paradise.

Namibia Travel Tips

We’ve put together a useful range of travel tips for Namibia which you can find here. For additional travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) please visit

It was a fantastic holiday. I’ve been asked about highlights and it is so difficult as we had so many memorable experiences. Thanks for everything!

africa collection guest, namibia, september 2013