Namibia is a destination unlike any other that we visit, it is home to some of the most incredible scenery on the continent, some fantastic wildlife and arguably the best landscape photography opportunities in Africa. The most common way to explore Namibia is by road on an exciting yet straight forward self drive trip, it is possible to do this and stay at some stunning luxury properties that are growing in numbers or by combining elements of camping and luxury lodges, a great way to experience the country for the more adventurous. For those looking for a whistle stop and less involved trip it is possible to combine many of the luxury properties by light aircraft.
The diversity in the country is incredible, from Fish River Canyon in the South, the huge Dunes of the Namib desert (the most famous being Sossusvlei), to the German colonial town of Swakopmund on the edge of the Skeleton coast. Being wildlife fanatics we love the incredible Damaraland wilderness, Etosha in the north and the lush and fertile Caprivi Strip on the Botswana border.
Itineraries here are generally around two weeks or more for a good exploration of the highlights, however, if you are limited on time and willing to drop elements or to fly around the country then this can be shortened, alternatively if you have more time then you can get into some amazing remote areas.