Oceans of Sand

Namibia is a country of unspoilt landscapes, abundant sunshine, and a large variety of wildlife. A sense of freedom is generated by the wide horizons, clear unpolluted skies and a population density which is among the lowest in the world. This feeling of tranquility and stillness combines with a landscape which is singular in its colours and contrasts. In addition, the cultural diversity creates a rich blend of traditions.

Namibia is the first country in the world to include protection of the environment and sustainable utilization of wildlife in its constitution. About 15.5% of the country has been set aside as National Parks. In these areas rare and endangered species of animals, birds and plant life are preserved and protected.

For the traveler that wants to mark their way off the beaten path, the endless arid red desert dunes are the perfect backdrop for peaceful solitude, otherworldly photography opportunities, and quad biking or sand boarding adventures

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International Airport

Hosea Kutako International Airport (Windhoek), Walvis Bay International Airport (Walvis Bay)


  • Summer (November to April) also known as the rainy season- During rainy season temperatures average 30C- 86F

  • Winter (May to October) also known as the dry season. – temperatures are, on average, around 24-28°C/75-82°F

Namib-Naukluft Park

The Namib-Naukluft Park, covering over 49,768 km, is the largest nature conservation area in Namibia and 4th largest in the world. The park has four main areas: part of the Namib desert where we can find the world’s tallest dunes, the Naukluft mountain range, the long bay at Sandwich Harbour home to 200,000 bird species, and the famous dune surrounded dry pan Sossusvlei.


An iconic dune wonderland in the Namib Desert, with towering dunes of over 300 m high surrounding a huge dried up pan. Sand extends as far as the eye can see in rich tints from pale apricot to vivid reds and oranges. During all seasons, oryx, springbok and ostriches can be seen feeding off the sparse vegetation along the water courses.


An old ghost town from the days of the diamond rush where one can only imagine the past grandeur of the crumbling houses taken over by the desert sand.


The Etosha National Park is one of the major sanctuaries for wildlife in Africa covering an area of 22 270 km. The heart of the park is the Etosha Pan, meaning “place of dry water”, a great, white expanse is a place of shimmering mirages where large herds of game roam.


A region of rolling plains and distant mountain ranges with unusual geological features. A wealth of rock paintings and engravings, and populations of desert-adapted elephant and black rhino combine for an experience of historical heritage and wildlife encounters.

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