A Photographer’s Paradise with the untamed Skeleton Coast, timeless dunes of Sossusvlei, and limitless vistas in Damaraland.

Unveil the Majesty of Namibia

Discover the Untamed
Splendor of Africa's Gem

There’s an old saying that says Namibia is Africa for beginners. If that much is accurate, we couldn’t imagine an excellent way to start an African journey. Few African destinations can stand up to Namibia’s natural beauty. Home to the world’s oldest desert – the Namib – Namibia, however, is a destination that’s about so much more than just desert dreams. 

From perfect dead-tree valleys and sandy shores by the sea. Inland, a spine of mountains runs through the country’s spectacular scenery that includes the Naukluft Mountains, Brandberg, Spitzkoppe, Damaraland, and the stunning Fish River Canyon. As one of Southern Africa’s premier wildlife destinations, Namibia is where you’ll find the world-renowned Etosha National Park, a premier wildlife-watching destination that houses big cats, elephants, black rhinos, and an abundance of plains game. There’s also Damaraland, which houses Africa’s largest rhino population.

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A Tapestry of
Desert Wonders
and Wild Horizons

Covering a landmass twice the size of California, there’s a lot of isolation to be found in Namibia, but that’s also what makes it an irresistible destination! Aside from vast expanses of varying landscapes, Namibia is also home to the world’s last remaining hunter-gatherer societies, the San People and the Himba Tribe, both of which still follow traditional, nomadic lifestyles in the country’s remote wilderness.

The world';s most extensive unbroken stretch of sand, the Kalahari Desert, is home to the salt pans of Makgadikgadi and the world-renowned baobabs of Nxai Pans National Park. Complete with fossil river valleys, glistening, golden grasslands, and the echoes of the indigenous San people, the Kalahari is where travelers go to lose themselves and find their soul's purpose.

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One-of-a-Kind Adventures

Custom Safari

Unleash your sense of wonder with a tailor-made Namibia safari, sculpted just for you. Our world-class experience promises an unmatched African adventure, where every moment is optimized for extraordinary wildlife encounters. Embrace the essence of exploration and create timeless memories on a journey that’s exclusively yours.

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Sossusvlei & The Namib Desert

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Skeleton Coast & Kaokoveld


Namibia at a glance

Namibia’s surreal landscapes, highlighted by the iconic red dunes of Sossusvlei and the stunning Namib Desert, offer an unparalleled and breathtaking destination for travelers seeking remarkable and unique natural beauty.

Namibia key facts

Were Majestic Black Rhinos and Desert Elephants Roam Free. Immerse Yourself in a Cultural Mosaic Infused with European Flair. Embark on Limitless Exploration Across Untouched Landscapes, Embracing Absolute Serenity. Your Adventure Awaits.


2.6 Million


Namibian Dollar (NAD)




All year around



Ephemeral rivers

Marienfluss, Hoanib Skeleton Coast, Damaraland regions.


Doro Nawas, Kulala, Palmwag, Torra regions.


The iconic Marienfluss and Kulala regions.


Namibia's national animal appears on the country’s coat of arms.

Brown hyena

One of the rarest carnivores, with a population of roughly 7,000.


Evolved over generations to survive in this harsh environment.


Namibia’s desert elephants number between 150 and 350.

Namibia Weather

A Sun-Kissed Haven for Every Season. Embrace 300 Days of Sunshine Perfection Year-Round. Feel the Warmth of Semi-Desert Days and Revel in Cool Nighttime Whispers. Watch as the Benguela Current and Gentle Breezes Choreograph Nature’s Stunning Weather Ballet. Your All-Weather Escape Awaits.


June to October


December to March


May & November


Namibia beckons with its beauty, but a few essentials deserve your attention before your flight. At Bush 2 City Tanzania, we’re here to help, addressing queries pre- and during your journey.

What currency is used in Namibia?

Namibia employs the Namibian Dollar (NAD) as its currency, which is pegged to and holds the same value as the South African Rand (ZAR).

What time zone is Namibia in?

Regarding its time zone, Namibia follows the Central Africa Time Zone (CAT), aligning with the rest of Southern Africa. This places it two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

Can I use my credit cards in Namibia?

Travelers to Namibia can generally use MasterCard and Visa for transactions, provided the credit card numbers are raised for potential imprints. It’s advised that individuals with other credit card types confirm their acceptance with a local commercial bank. Notably, American Express and Diners Club cards are no longer valid in Namibia, extending to the country’s camps as well.

What power sockets do they use in Namibia?

For powering its camps and lodges, Namibia often relies on self-generated electricity, utilizing solar panels, generators, and battery systems. The power sockets commonly found in the country are of the 220V variety, featuring either 3-prong round or 2-prong round configurations. These sockets serve purposes such as lighting, fan operation, battery charging, and even accommodating sleep apnea machines.

What do I pack for a safari Namibian?

Packing recommendations for a Namibian safari lean towards comfortable and casual attire, preferably in neutral tones for optimal game viewing. Alongside usual clothing, it’s wise to bring swimwear and adventure-ready garments. Safaris typically occur during the cooler morning and late afternoon hours, necessitating layered clothing due to temperature variations.

Where is Namibia located?

Namibia occupies the southwestern expanse of Africa, bordered by South Africa and Botswana to the south and east while sharing borders with Angola and Zambia to the north. Its western boundary is defined by the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean.

What is Namibia known for?

Renowned for its towering dunes at Sossusvlei and the expansive Etosha National Park, Namibia is a global icon in the realm of natural wonders and wildlife conservation. Its landscape boasts a stunning array of desert-adapted animals, including elephants, lions, and giraffes, as well as unique flora and other captivating features.

When is a good time to visit Namibia?

Optimal times to experience Namibia’s splendor extend throughout the year, but particularly from June to October. During this dry season, temperatures remain pleasantly moderate, making it an ideal period for exploration.

What is the capital of Namibia?

The capital city of Namibia is Windhoek.

Do I need a visa to travel to Namibia?

At present, Namibia provides the convenience of visa-free travel to all nations, granting stays of up to 90 days. However, it’s crucial that your passport retains its validity for a minimum of six months beyond your intended departure date from Namibia.

What is the COVID protocol for travelling to Namibia?

The COVID protocols for traveling to Namibia are closely aligned with the latest guidelines issued by the World Health Organization and other authoritative bodies. To ensure that you are well-prepared and informed about the current COVID-related travel requirements in Namibia, we recommend consulting your Travel Designer for the most up-to-date travel advisory updates prior to your departure.

Do I need a yellow fever vaccination to visit Namibia?

In regard to yellow fever, if you are arriving in Namibia from regions with active yellow fever transmission, it’s mandatory to possess a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate. Additionally, we advise all our guests to consider updating their TPD (tetanus, polio, diphtheria) vaccinations along with a hepatitis A vaccination.

Do I need to take malaria tablets when visiting Namibia?

For areas in Namibia where malaria poses a risk, it is recommended to take malaria prophylaxis. We suggest engaging in a conversation with your Travel Designer or consulting a travel clinic before your journey commences. This precaution ensures that you have ample time to acquire any necessary prescription medication aimed at preventing malaria.



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Namibia Experiences

Namibia awaits, offering nature's wonders and diverse cultures. From towering dunes to captivating wildlife, the experience is unmatched. Let the magic of this remarkable land color your journey.

Four-wheel thrills
Feel the wind in your hair

Feel the rush at Serra Cafema's dunes in Kaokoveld. Namib's desert is your playground, four-wheeler your thrill companion. Brace for a surge of adrenaline, breathtaking views, and white-knuckle excitement. Little Kulala extends the adventure, with Sossusvlei's iconic landscapes calling.

Guided quad biking

Embrace the rush of adrenaline as the wind brushes against your skin during an exhilarating Namib Desert quad bike adventure. Traverse the sprawling dunefields of the Kunene region and feel the thrill of the journey like never before.

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Embark on our carefully crafted experiential journeys throughout Namibia, where you'll savor truly unique adventures. Immerse yourself in intimate encounters, captivating landscapes, and unparalleled comfort within Namibia's untouched wilderness. Guiding your way are our industry-leading experts – passionate storytellers eager to share their profound connection to Namibia's untamed beauty with you

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