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Climb mountainous sand dunes of the oldest desert in the world and watch the sunrise, casting light and shadow over ghost ships. Discover remnants of the most extensive meteor shower in history.

Feel the strings of time while marveling over rock art thousands of years old. Get wild with the largest population of free roaming cheetah in the world. Descend into the depths of the second largest canyon on the planet. Let your soul be awakened in this land rich in history and natural wonders.

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What we love

  1. The vast wide-open spaces and the incredible beauty of the Namib desert
  2. The quaint town of Swakopmund
  3. The raw beauty of the Skeleton coast
  4. The Fish River Canyon ancient secrets

Namibia covers 824,292 sq. km (318,259 sq. mi) with an excess in wide open spaces, which is re-assuring when traveling in the world today. Namibia has a warm climate most of the year and is completely geared up to welcome tourists back in the country.

Namibia has an infrastructure that allows guests to move confidently off the beaten path and endless horizons that beckon you to explore. Namibia really does have something for everyone. From stargazing in the darkest of clear skies, discovering the country in a 4 x 4, exploring the geology and wildlife, to learning the culture or kite surfing in the sea. Angling, hot-air ballooning, canoeing & rafting, camel rides or horseback rides, Namibia offers it all.

The game lodges are of the highest standard to meet your every request, including superb culinary delights, and you can relax by topping off your meal with a Windhoek Lager beer. Main languages spoken are Afrikaans and German, however everyone also speaks English.

Exclusive Africa Experiences offers various packages, which can be combined with a Zimbabwe and/or Botswana itinerary, subject to the duration of the trip. Tour packages are generally designed around duration of 7, 14 or 21 days. Fully or partly guided tours are on offer. A fully guided tour for wildlife photography enthusiasts is also on offer. Distances are vast in order to see all of the main attractions. The road infrastructure is good so travel by road is absolutely possible. An alternative, faster, and more comfortable way to travel is by air, which can all be arranged by us.

You’ll find acres of unexplored desert and desert adapted game species. The game viewing in Etosha and the Caprivi Strip is also excellent. Head up the Skeleton Coast and meet the fascinating Himba people. Okonjima AfriCat sanctuary is also a must. Namibia’s ghost town on the way to the Fish River Canyon is fascinating. The Fish River Canyon is also spectacular.

Further activities can include a night Sky Safari in the Namib desert, sleep under the stars in Sossusvlei, go dune boarding in Swakopmund, track desert rhino and elephant, visit the Hoanib valley, see the Himba people, see the social white rhinos of the Etosha pan, and go fishing in Caprivi. All are incredible activities to create lifelong memories.

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