Namibia - Overland Safaris & Tours
Travelling overland in Namibia and you'll see for yourself that Namibia is a land of contrasts and compelling beauty, abundant sunshine, and a feeling of unconfined space.
Thanks to the Germans its also famous for its beer! Namibia also boasts an awesome range of adventure activities such as sky diving, dune boarding, quad biking in the desert, deep sea fishing and much much more!
Must Do's In Namibia
- Visit the majestic Fish River Canyon - the second deepest canyon in the world and one of the natural wonders of Africa.
- Etosha National Park - easily one of the most famous game sanctuaries in the world and with excellent wildlife viewing
- Dune boarding in Swakopmund - the 'Adventure capital' of Namibia
- A taste of their excellent local beer is always a good idea! 'Try a Windhoek Lager'.
- Climb the towering red sand dunes of Sossusvlei.
- Experience the lifestyle of the local people.
- Taste some of the freshest seafood imaginable from the cold and rich waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
- Namibia has some of the most awesome diverse landscape in Africa.
More On Namibia
With its un-spoilt landscapes and large variety of game, Namibia is one of the larger countries in Africa, and draws an increasing number of visitors from various parts of the globe.
A sense of freedom is generated by the wide horizons, the clear unpolluted skies and a population density, which is among the lowest in the world. In addition, the diversity of its people creates a rich blend of cultures and traditions.
Namibia is known for its wide range of landscapes. There is the brooding desolate Namib Desert, the oldest in the world, with its high dunes and awe-inspiring sense of space. The central plateau, with its thorn bush savanna and rugged mountains, rising abruptly from the plains, gives way to the majestic Fish River Canyon in the South. In the North of the country, landscapes range from dense bush and open plains of the great Etosha pan, to woodland savanna and lush riverine vegetation.
Dinosaur footprints preserved in the sandstone, pre-historic rock art, and the ancient fossil plant, Welwitschia mirabilis, bear witness to the aeons past in this - 'the ageless land'.
All these facts combined in one country, which can justifiably be known as 'Africa's Gem'.
The whole country enjoys a minimum of 300 days of sunshine a year, but temperatures and rainfall vary considerably both seasonally and geographically. Summer is from November till March.
Namibia Overland Safari Tips
- Malaria is endemic in the North of Namibia, and presents a serious health risk during the main rainy season from January to April. Seek medical advice before travelling.
- Namibia's hot and dry climate can cause very dry skin for some people. Bring skin and sun creams (and a hat).
- Credit cards (Visa and Mastercard) and debit cards (Cirrus and Delta) can be used in some Namibian cash machines.
- The Namibian Dollar is tied to the South African Rand, and South African currency is accepted everywhere in Namibia.