No amount of imagining can conjure up what Namibia delivers. A country of extremes, it is part moonscape, part dunescape, part verdant landscape. Searing desert disappears into the raging Atlantic along the bleakly beautiful, often fog-bound Skeleton Coast. While in the northeast lush vegetation is a shocking contrast to the barren parched valleys, plains, and peaks in the rest of the country.

Namibia is vast – yet sparsely occupied - with a population of only 2.6 million so wherever you go there an abundance of natural beauty but very few people. In the south terracotta dunes in Namib-Nauklift rise out of the Sossusvlei – a massive white salt-pan dotted with ossified tree trunks. The arduous 325-metre climb up the Big Daddy dune at dawn delivers not only a spectacular sunrise but also unadulterated exhilaration on the charge back down.

Astounding topography aside, luxury safari holidays to Namibia are rich with wildlife especially in Etosha National Park and NamibRand Nature Reserve. A quarter of the world’s cheetahs, the last free-ranging population of black rhino and an array of desert-adapted species: lions, elephants, giraffes, Hartmann’s zebra, oryx, and ostriches make up its abundant animal population.


Traditional culture is strong and an opportunity to travel to the Kaokveld, in the far northwest to meet the Himba people, or the San (formerly Bushmen) of the Kalahari makes the Namibian adventure that much more memorable. Red Savannah offers tailor-made holidays that range from flying safaris to self-drive explorations or a combination of both.



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    Flight time from London
    13 hours
  • TimeZone icon
    Time Zone
    UTC +1
  • Currency icon
    Namibian Dollar
  • SuitableFor icon
    Best Time to go
    April - October
  • Temperature icon
    Average Temperature
    21°C - 31°C

Featured Namibia Safaris & Holidays

Namibia Self-Drive Safari

14 Days
from £3,550
per person
A gecko in Namibia Namibia
A classic Namibia road journey that includes all of the highlights of the country including wildlife spotting at Etosha salt pans, the rock art of Twyfelfontein, and the desert-adapted game on the Namib Desert plains.

8 Day Flying Safari

8 Days
from £7,995
per person
A flying safari in Namibia Namibia
Fly over the dramatic Skeleton Coast, climb the dunes of Sossusvlei, spot elephants at Etosha and encounter the Himba tribes of the Hoarusib Valley.

A Skeleton Coast Safari

11 Days
from £9,745
per person
A bedroom at Wowledans Dunes Lodge Namibia
Explore the extraordinary landscapes of the NamibRand Desert, the coastal wilderness of the Skeleton Coast and the remote desert and mountain landscape of Kaokoland before tracking cheetah at Okonjima.

Deserts and Dunes

12 Days
from £10,550
per person
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Fly over the incredible Skeleton Coast with its graveyard of shipwrecks and onto one of the most unique wilderness areas in Africa, Etosha Pan, then experience the thrill of leaping off the "Big Daddy" sand dune.

Featured Lodges & Camps


Hut 3 at Omaanda in Namibia Zannier Reserve, Namibia

A beautiful collection of just ten Owambo style clay and thatch huts in the heart of the private 9,000 hectare Zannier Reserve. Picture windows look out over private decks to the raw wilderness of the Namibian savannah.

Shipwreck Lodge at night - Namibia Skeleton Coast, Namibia

Ten quirky huts sit high in the dunes above this legendary stretch of ocean, each imaginatively designed to reflect the hulls of the ill-fated ships from which the Skeleton Coast takes its name.

Destination expert Samantha Gee


Africa Specialist

  • "Thank you for all you have done to give us this great life experience.  We are newly minted ambassadors for travel to Namibia.   And I will certainly recommend your company. "

    H.M. - Namibia

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