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Raw, remote wilderness

ONE OF OUR TOP DESTINATIONS

PEAK SEASON

Apr - Sep

Steadfast’s favourite time to visit

May - Sep

Famous For

Sossusvlei, Etosha and Skeleton Coast

Raw, remote wilderness

Visit Namibia

Great for: Crowd-free safaris, land & water safaris, pristine parks

Namibia is a one-of-a-kind African destination. In this land of contrasts, Etosha’s rolling savannahs give way to lunar-like salt pans and vast Namib Desert landscapes punctuated with barren forests, ghost towns and towering sand dunes that roll down to the stark Skeleton Coast and the icy Atlantic waters that hug its shores.

Although it isn’t a classic safari spot, Namibia has plenty to offer safari-goers who are willing to take the road less travelled. The sprawling landscapes, unique desert-adapted wildlife and vibrant culture of its indigenous peoples will show you a side of Africa that most travellers will never be lucky enough to see.

HIGHLIGHTS

Game viewing in Etosha National Park

Hot-air balloon rides over the Sossusvlei dunes

4x4 desert excursions

Stargazing in Africa’s only Dark Sky Reserve

Crossing the Tropic of Capricorn

Visiting Skeleton Coast

Featured Itineraries

Angama Mara: Masai Mara National Reserve (3 nights)

Manda Bay Lodge: Manda Island, Lamu (3 nights)

From $5 730 per person sharing for 6 nights

 

FAQ

UK: Although British nationals can enter Namibia for a holiday or private visit of up to 90 days without a visa, there have been cases where visitors have only been given permission to stay for periods much shorter than 90 days, sometimes as short as only 7 or 10 days.

USA: A visa is not required for U.S. passport holders who plan to visit Namibia for tourism or informal business meetings for fewer than 90 days per calendar year.

EU: Not all EU nationals are exempted from visa requirements when traveling to Namibia. Nationals of Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia require a visa to visit Namibia.

India: All Indian visitors entering into Namibia must have a valid visa and passport or travel document, as well as onward tickets and sufficient funds to support themselves while in the country.

UAE: Namibian tourist visa for Emirati nationals and permanent residents in the United Arab Emirates can be granted on arrival to a foreigner who does not have a residence or occupation in Namibia and whose sole objective of visiting Namibia is for recreation, sightseeing, casual visit to meet friends and relatives.

Southern Africa in general is a low risk Malaria area. Malaria is still present and risk is dependent on the specific area you are visiting. We advise getting in touch with our team if you have any questions regarding the malaria risk in the area you will be visiting. South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia are low risk areas and most of our clients choose to not take malaria prophylactics when visiting these destinations. Preventative methods including long sleeve shirts, long trousers and mosquito spray are advised, especially after sunset and in the rainy months. If you are traveling to Southern Africa while pregnant, we advise you to consult with a doctor. The responsible decision is to take malaria prophylactics when visiting Malaria areas. If visiting Mozambique, we insist clients to take malaria prophylactics. 

  • Peak Season: 6-12 months in advance
  • Mid Season: 3-6 months in advance
  • Low Season: 1-3 months in advance

We always advise our clients to fly through Cape Town. Voted the best city in the world, why not add in a stop.

You are not able to pay with USD in Namibia. In restaurants and shops, credit and bank cards are charged in local currency. We advise carrying South African Rands as it is accepted in Namibia.

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