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Overview of Namibia Safaris

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Exodus Safaris is thrilled to offer Namibia Safaris, inviting adventurers to explore the diverse landscapes, rich cultures, and abundant wildlife of this enchanting African country. Namibia, known for its vast deserts, rugged coastlines, and stunning national parks, offers a myriad of experiences for travelers seeking adventure and discovery. Committed to responsible tourism and sustainable practices, Namibia Safaris curated by Exodus Safaris provide an authentic and immersive journey through this captivating destination..

Going on a Namibia Safari with Exodus Safaris promises an unforgettable adventure filled with awe-inspiring landscapes and remarkable wildlife encounters. From exploring the towering sand dunes of Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert to tracking desert-adapted elephants in Damaraland, participants have the opportunity to witness the diverse ecosystems and unique wildlife that thrive in Namibia’s harsh yet beautiful environment.

With experienced guides leading the way, travelers can discover ancient rock art, visit vibrant local communities, and marvel at the breathtaking vistas of Etosha National Park, home to an array of wildlife including lions, elephants, and rhinos. Namibia Safaris with Exodus Safaris offer an enriching and personalized safari experience, celebrating the wonders of this extraordinary country while promoting conservation and cultural exchange.

Why Go on Namibia Safari?

What to Do on Namibia Safari?

Sossusvlei and Deadvlei Exploration

Marvel at the towering red sand dunes of Sossusvlei and the surreal landscapes of Deadvlei, capturing iconic desert vistas.

Etosha National Park Safari

Embark on game drives in Etosha National Park, witnessing a diverse array of wildlife, including elephants, lions, and rhinos.

Climb Spitzkoppe

Hike or climb the distinctive granite peaks of Spitzkoppe, enjoying panoramic views of the surrounding Namibian landscapes.

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Visit the Himba Community

Engage with the Himba people, experiencing their unique culture, traditions, and distinctive appearance in northwestern Namibia.

Explore Fish River Canyon

Discover the vastness of Fish River Canyon, one of the world’s largest canyons, offering spectacular vistas and hiking opportunities.

Skeleton Coast Adventure

Journey along the eerie Skeleton Coast, exploring its desolate beauty, shipwrecks, and encountering unique desert-adapted wildlife.

Hot Air Ballooning in Namib Desert

Soar above the Namib Desert in a hot air balloon, witnessing sunrise over the iconic dunes and capturing breathtaking views.

Quad Biking in Swakopmund

Experience adrenaline-pumping quad biking adventures in the coastal town of Swakopmund, navigating through dunes and lunar landscapes.

Cultural Encounter in San Village

Visit a San village for a cultural encounter, gaining insights into the ancient traditions, survival skills, and unique lifestyle of the San people.

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When is the best month to travel to Namibia?

Namibia in January

  • Weather: Summer season with warm temperatures, occasional rainfall.
  • Wildlife: Excellent time for birdwatching. Wildlife is active near water sources.
  • Events: No major events, but consider a wildlife safari in Etosha National Park.

Namibia in February

  • Weather: Continued warm temperatures, occasional rainfall.
  • Wildlife: Good time for birdwatching. Elephants and other mammals are active.
  • Events: No major events, but consider exploring the Namib Desert.
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Namibia in March

  • Weather: Transition to autumn, with milder temperatures.
  • Wildlife: Wildlife viewing remains good. Ideal for a mix of landscapes and wildlife.
  • Events: No major events, but consider a cultural tour to learn about local tribes.
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Namibia in April

  • Weather: Autumn with pleasant temperatures.
  • Wildlife: Wildlife activity is high. Good time for game drives.
  • Events: No major events, but consider a visit to Sossusvlei and Deadvlei.

Namibia in May

  • Weather: Dry season begins. Cool mornings and evenings.
  • Wildlife: Great for game viewing as animals gather around waterholes.
  • Events: No major events, but consider a photography safari.

Namibia in June

  • Weather: Dry and cool. Winter season begins.
  • Wildlife: Excellent for game drives, especially in Etosha.
  • Events: No major events, but consider a hot air balloon safari in Sossusvlei.

Namibia in July

  • Weather: Winter season with chilly mornings and evenings.
  • Wildlife: Prime time for game viewing. Animals gather at waterholes.
  • Events: No major events, but consider a visit to the Caprivi Strip for birdwatching.

Namibia in August

  • Weather: Dry and cool. Winter season.
  • Wildlife: Excellent for wildlife viewing, especially in Etosha.
  • Events: No major events, but consider a self-drive safari through the Namib-Naukluft National Park.

Namibia in September

  • Weather: Spring begins. Warmer temperatures.
  • Wildlife: Wildlife is active. Ideal for a safari in the Zambezi Region.
  • Events: No major events, but consider a cultural festival if available.

Namibia in October

  • Weather: Warm temperatures. Spring in full swing.
  • Wildlife: Wildlife is active. Good for exploring the Fish River Canyon.
  • Events: No major events, but consider a boat safari in the Chobe River.

Namibia in November

  • Weather: Warmer temperatures with occasional rain.
  • Wildlife: Wildlife activity remains high. Good for exploring Damaraland.
  • Events: No major events, but consider a visit to the Himba communities.
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Namibia in December

  • Weather: Summer begins. Warm temperatures with occasional rain.
  • Wildlife: Birdwatching is excellent. Wildlife is active.
  • Events: No major events, but consider a visit to the coastal town of Swakopmund.
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FAQ About Namibia safaris

  •  Namibia is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including desert-adapted elephants, lions, rhinos, oryx, giraffes, and numerous bird species, providing unique safari experiences.

  •  Yes, self-driving is common and generally safe in Namibia, with well-maintained roads. However, travelers should plan carefully, carry sufficient supplies, and be cautious in remote areas.

  •  Permits are usually required for specific activities. Climbing Spitzkoppe may require an entrance fee, and some conservancies may charge fees for wildlife experiences. Check with local authorities or tour operators.

  •  Guided tours or self-drive trips are common options. Entering the Namib-Naukluft Park, where these attractions are located, may require a park permit.

  •  Malaria is present in certain areas, especially in the northeast. Travelers are advised to take precautions, such as malaria prophylaxis, and use insect repellent, especially during the rainy season.

  • Tanzania is best visited during the dry season, which runs from late June to October and is when you see the wildlife cross predator infested waters in unforgettable numbers.

5 Best Accommodations While On Namibia safaris

Sossusvlei Lodge

  • Location: Near Namib-Naukluft National Park.
  • Price: $150 – $300 per person per night.
  • Description: Offering luxury accommodation with breathtaking views of the surrounding desert landscapes. Ideal for exploring the iconic dunes of Sossusvlei.

Desert Quiver Camp

  • Location: Near the entrance to Namib-Naukluft National Park.
  • Price: $70 – $150 per person per night.
  • Description: A self-catering accommodation option with stylish desert chalets, providing easy access to Sossusvlei and Sesriem Canyon.

Etosha Safari Lodge

  • Location: Near Etosha National Park.
  • Price: $100 – $200 per person per night.
  • Description: Situated on a hill overlooking the vast Etosha Pan, offering comfortable rooms and guided safari experiences in Etosha National Park.

Okaukuejo Camp

  • Location: Inside Etosha National Park.
  • Price: $50 – $100 per person per night.
  • Description: Known for its waterhole attracting a variety of wildlife, Okaukuejo Camp offers affordable accommodation options including chalets and camping sites.

Mowani Mountain Camp

  • Location: Near Twyfelfontein.
  • Price: $200 – $400 per person per night.
  • Description: Nestled amongst massive granite boulders, Mowani Mountain Camp offers luxury tented accommodation and panoramic views of Damaraland.

Wolwedans Dunes Lodge

  • Location: NamibRand Nature Reserve.
  • Price: $400 – $800 per person per night.
  • Description: Offering exclusive accommodation in eco-friendly chalets with stunning desert views, Wolwedans Dunes Lodge provides guided activities such as nature drives and hot air balloon rides.

Skeleton Coast Camp

  • Location: Skeleton Coast National Park.
  • Price: $500 – $1000 per person per night.
  • Description: Situated in one of the most remote areas of Namibia, Skeleton Coast Camp offers luxury tented accommodation and unforgettable experiences exploring the rugged coastline.

Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp

  • Location: Skeleton Coast National Park.
  • Price: $600 – $1200 per person per night.
  • Description: Known for its unique location amidst towering dunes and rocky plains, Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp provides luxury tented suites and exceptional wildlife viewing opportunities.

Ongava Lodge

Location: Ongava Private Game Reserve (bordering Etosha National Park).

  • Price: $300 – $600 per person per night.
  • Description: Offering comfortable accommodation with panoramic views over the reserve, Ongava Lodge provides guided game drives and rhino tracking experiences.

Hakusembe River Lodge

  • Location: Near Rundu, along the Kavango River.
  • Price: $100 – $200 per person per night.
  • Description: Set on the banks of the Kavango River, Hakusembe River Lodge offers tranquil accommodation in chalets and provides river cruises and cultural excursions to local villages.

Types of Namibia safaris

Wildlife Safaris

Traditional wildlife safaris in national parks like Etosha, where you can encounter a wide range of animals, including elephants, lions, giraffes, and rhinos.

Desert Safaris

Explore the unique desert landscapes of Namibia, including the iconic red sand dunes of Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert.

Cultural Safaris

Engage with indigenous communities such as the Himba and San people, experiencing their traditional lifestyles, customs, and rituals.

Photographic Safaris

Tailored for photography enthusiasts, these safaris focus on capturing the stunning landscapes, wildlife, and cultural elements of Namibia.

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Self-Drive Safaris

Rent a vehicle and explore Namibia at your own pace, discovering its beauty through self-guided tours and adventures.

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Luxury Safaris

Indulge in opulent accommodations, exclusive game reserves, and personalized experiences that define the luxury safari experience in Namibia.

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Birdwatching Safaris

Namibia is a paradise for birdwatchers, with diverse avian species. Specialized safaris focus on spotting and identifying birds in various habitats.

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Balloon Safaris

Soar above Namibia’s landscapes in a hot air balloon, providing a unique and breathtaking perspective, especially over areas like Sossusvlei.

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Camping Safaris

Experience the rugged beauty of Namibia through camping safaris, connecting with nature while staying in campsites or mobile tented camps.

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Everything about Namibia Safaris

Introduction to Namibia Safaris

  • Nestled in southwestern Africa, Namibia stands as a captivating safari destination, celebrated for its dramatic landscapes, unique wildlife, and rich cultural tapestry. A Namibian safari offers an immersive journey through the ancient sands of the Namib Desert, the wildlife-rich expanses of Etosha National Park, and the rugged beauty of Damaraland. Here are ten key points encapsulating the essence of Namibia Safaris

Diverse Wildlife Encounters

  • Witness a diverse array of wildlife, from desert-adapted elephants and oryx in Damaraland to the iconic lions and rhinos of Etosha National Park.

Surreal Desert Landscapes

  • Explore the mesmerizing red sand dunes of Sossusvlei, where towering formations and the ethereal Deadvlei create a visual spectacle unlike anywhere else.

Cultural Immersion

  • Engage with indigenous communities, such as the Himba and San people, experiencing their traditions, arts, and the vibrant cultural mosaic of Namibia.

Etosha National Park

  • Embark on game drives in Etosha, one of Africa’s premier wildlife reserves, offering unrivaled opportunities to spot elephants, giraffes, and the elusive black rhino.

Fish River Canyon

  • Marvel at the grandeur of Fish River Canyon, one of the world’s largest canyons, providing breathtaking vistas and challenging hiking trails.
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Skeleton Coast Mystery

  • Discover the eerie beauty of the Skeleton Coast, where shipwrecks, desert-adapted wildlife, and desolation define this remote and enigmatic coastal stretch.
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Climbing Spitzkoppe

  • Hike or climb the iconic granite peaks of Spitzkoppe, enjoying panoramic views of the Namibian landscapes and unique rock formations.
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Namib-Naukluft Park

  • Traverse the diverse ecosystems of Namib-Naukluft Park, home to the iconic dunes of Sossusvlei and the otherworldly landscapes of Deadvlei.
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