Land of enduring tribes and timeless tradition

The land of enduring tribes and timeless tradition, and home to one of the world’s wildest coastlines. Boasting one of the greatest wildlife populations in the world, some species are truly unique, many are rare, and a few whose lineage goes back long before the first ancestors of mankind evolved. In the Etosha National Park, huge herds of antelope, as well as lion, cheetah and the elusive leopard gather at waterholes and are spotted easily against the stark white background of immense salt pans.

Namibia is home to the infamous Skeleton Coast, that forlorn and rugged coastline along the Atlantic Ocean. It is here where we find the Namib Desert, the World’s oldest desert. The eastern expanses are dominated by the Kalahari Desert; the central highlands are renowned for its free-roaming wildlife and the Etosha National Park.

Travel & Country Information

A valid passport and visa are required.

No mandatory vaccines, however, malaria prophylaxis is strongly advised.

The capital of Namibia is Windhoek. The country is divided into 14 regions: the Zambezi, Kavango West & East, Kunene, Omusati, Ohangwena, Oshana and Oshikoto regions in the north, the Omaheke, Otjozondjupa, Erongo and Khomas Regions in the central areas and the Hardap and Karas regions in the south.

Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport
Walvis Bay Airport
Eros Airport
Lüderitz Airport
Andimba Toivo ya Toivo Airport
Katima Mulilo Airport
Oranjemund Airport
Rundu Airport

The currency of Namibia is the Namibian dollar (NAD).





May – August falls into the winter months, where days, and especially nights are cold. Summer falls between September and April, and rain can be expected between November and March.

Current is 220/240 volts . A three-point round-pin adapter plug should be brought for your electrical appliances. Such adapters are also available at major airports.

Bottled water in the bushveld is advised.

Namib Desert

World’s oldest desert – 80 million years old

Fish River Canyon

2nd largest canyon in the world


Playground of Namibia

Highest sand dune


Seal Population

World’s largest – 100 000

Free-roaming cheetahs

World’s largest population

Self-drive Tours