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Namibia

Aim 4 Africa organises tailor-made/private and group/scheduled safaris which created specifically to suit individual interests to depending on where, when and what visitors wish to do in Namibia.

Holidays to Namibia can be combined with visits to Botswana, Zambia or Mozambique or the Eastern African destinations of Tanzania, Malawi, Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda.

For the intrepid traveller, some suggested itineraries are listed in our Popular Programs page (note: Namibian programs soon to be included) to give you inspiration and a flavour of what is possible. Please ask for further details on a Namibian safari and tour or a quote for an itinerary of your choice.

An arid country of startling contrasts, Namibia is home to two great deserts—the vast Namib Desert and the Kalahari. However there is an astonishingly vast number of wildlife and plant species that can be found here. The country is famed for its expansive rugged landscapes, desert-adapted wildlife and diverse peoples

Places of interest

Caprivi



Caprivi

Elephant
This is a narrow strip of land in the north-east, a 400km long strategic corridor bordering Botswana, Zambia and Angola.

The Caprivi has a large number of rivers including the Okavango and Kwando, attracting over 400 bird species, waterbuck, zebra, hippo, buffalo and elephant.

Sossusvlei



Sossusvlei

This is situated within the world’s oldest desert—the Namib Desert, part of the NamibNaukluft National Park and famous to the most incredible and the largest rust-red sand dunes (known as the “Sand Sea”) rising 300 metres above the valley floor.

There are desert-adapted wildlife such as ostrich, springbok and gemsbok as well as spotted hyena, bat eared fox and aardwolf to be found here. The aptly named Dune Lark can only be found here.

Skeleton Coast & Kaokoveld



Skeleton Coast & Kaokoveld

The vast wilderness of the Skeleton Coast, where it meets the icy waters of theAtlantic Ocean colliding with the hot desert air of the Skeleton coast produces its famous early morning mists. The rugged mountains of semi-desert Damaraland and Kaokoland (collectively known as Kaokoveld) are Namibia at its most remote.

Desert adapted elephant and black rhino seasonally traverse the Aba-Huab riverbed in search of water and vegetation. Visitors can also view Africa’s largest collection of petroglyphs (prehistoric rock engravings), as well as incredible 28,000- year-old Bushmen rock art near Twyfelfontein and visit to the “Petrified Forest”.

Etosha National Park



Etosha National Park

Located in north-central Namibia, this park is named for the Etosha Pan (‘great white place’), one of the largest salt pans, an ancient great lake.

Deceptively arid, this is Namibia’s premier wildlife destination attracting plains game, lion, cheetah and the endangered black and white rhino. After a good rainfall over a million flamingo can be found in the salty waters.