Tours & Safaris in Namibia
On these Safari pages you will find some suggestion, which can be changed randomly and can be extended or shortened as needed – there are indefinite route options with accommodation facilities for each budget.
Tourists should plan to stay at least 2-3 weeks when visiting the country for the first time to be able to tour the main highlights.
Most safaris start or end in the capital Windhoek.
This Safari takes you to some of the most popular tourist destinations of the country: The capital Windhoek, the beautiful Kalahari and the Namib Desert, the cool Atlantic Coast, the rugged Erongo Region and remote Kunene Region, the game-rich Etosha National Park and finally the Waterberg.
This route is ideal for return visitors, who have traveled the rest of the country before or for guests that are especially interested in the northern regions: From Windhoek we travel to the world famous Etosha National Park. Afterwards Grootfontein and Rundu, the interesting capital of the Kavango region. Later we visit the National Parks of the Zambezi region before we travel to Chobe National Park with its huge herds of elephant. Finally we visit the magnificent Victoria Falls.
This short safari is ideal for travelers who have visited the north and would like to explore the beauty of the south: Namibia s capital Windhoek, the Kalahari semi desert, the magical quiver tree forest, the Fish River Canyon - worlds second largest canyon, Lüderitz, the ghost town of Kolmanskop, the Feral Horses, and finally the Namib desert with Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei.
This short safari takes you to the most popular tourist attractions in the central north & western regions of the country: Windhoek, the laid back capital of Namibia, Swakopmund at the Atlantic coast, the rough and impressive landscapes of the Erongo Region ( previously Damaraland), the popular Etosha National Park and the historically interesting Waterberg.