African Safari Company

Namibia Safaris

Namibia is a stunning and unique destination that offers visitors a wealth of natural beauty and cultural experiences. One of the most iconic attractions in Namibia is the Namib Desert, which is home to the towering red sand dunes of Sossusvlei. These dunes are some of the highest in the world, and visitors can climb to the top for a breathtaking view of the surrounding landscape.

Get inspired and start planning


12 days | 11 nights


12 days | 11 nights

Experience the incredible wildlife and culture of Namibia

Another popular natural attraction in Namibia is Etosha National Park, which is home to an incredible array of wildlife, including elephants, lions, giraffes, and more. Visitors can take a guided safari to see these animals up close and in their natural habitat.

Beyond the natural beauty, Namibia is also home to a rich and diverse culture. The Himba people, who live in the northwestern part of the country, are known for their distinctive red ochre skin coloring and elaborate hairstyles. Visitors can learn about their traditional way of life, including their use of herbal remedies and unique clothing. The Herero people, who live in central Namibia, are known for their brightly colored Victorian-style dresses and hats, which they adopted during the colonial era.

In addition to the natural and cultural attractions, Namibia is also a great destination for adventure travelers. Visitors can go sandboarding down the dunes of Swakopmund, take a hot air balloon ride over the desert, or go on a quad biking tour through the rugged landscape. For those who are interested in history, Namibia has a fascinating colonial past, with German influence still evident in the architecture and cuisine.

Overall, a trip to Namibia is an unforgettable experience that offers a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural diversity, and adventure.

Get on the list

Subscribe to our newsletter to receive the latest safari news, exclusive offers and more!

National Parks
and Reserves

Explore the Parks