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Namibia is rightly celebrated for its wild beauty and its vast and contrasting landscapes. The many national parks and game reserves boast a huge variety of wildlife in a kaleidoscope of diverse environments.

Etosha National Park in the north is one of Africa’s great game parks and is a prime game viewing and safari area where elephant mingle with rhino, cheetah, leopard and lion in a harsh desert environment.

The south of Namibia is dominated by the enormous and empty Namib desert which is the oldest on the planet with its giant orange sand dunes of Sossusvlei being the largest in the world.

To the west of the country is the remote Skeleton Coast National Park with its chilly coastline littered with mysterious shipwrecks and intriguing desert-adapted plants and animals.

The Kunene region in the far north west is one of the most remote destinations in all of Africa: the home of the Himba nomadic people in the wild and rugged Hartmann Valley, it offers one of the most incredible safari experiences you will find anywhere.

In Namibia the sense of space is awe-inspiring and astonishing contrasts are everywhere for the visitor to savour, enjoy and photograph. It is a uniquely special safari destination.

Namibia has a subtropical desert climate characterized by great differences in day and night time temperatures, low rainfall and overall low humidity.

The country experiences a hot, dry summer (October to April) and a cool, dry winter (May to September). The average temperature in Windhoek, the capital, is 20.6 degrees Celsius (69 degrees Fahrenheit) in January and 16 degrees Celsius (61 degrees Fahrenheit) in July.

The amount of rainfall varies greatly across Namibia and is generally very low. The Namib Desert in the west receives less than 100 millimeters (4 inches) of rain per year, while the Caprivi Strip in the northeast receives up to 600 millimeters (24 inches) of rain per year. January and February are generally the wettest months.

The best time to visit Namibia is between March and November.


Little Ongava

One of the most intimate and luxurious camps in Namibia, Little Ongava is perched on the crest of a hill... Find out more

Ongava Tented Camp

Ongava Tented Camp is tucked into a hidden valley at the foot of a dolomite hill in Ongava Game Reserve... Find out more

Wilderness Damaraland Camp

Wilderness Damaraland Camp is situated in one of the most pristine wilderness areas in Namibia. Located on the north face... Find out more

Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp

Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp is situated in the vast Palmwag Concession which is over a million acres in size. It... Find out more

Wilderness Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp

Wilderness Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp offers one of the most unique experiences in the safari world today. It situated in... Find out more

Wilderness Kulala Desert Lodge

Hidden at the foot of the majestic Sossusvlei dunes, a private entrance to Namib Naukluft Park makes Wilderness Kulala Desert... Find out more

Wilderness Little Kulala

One of the most exclusive camps in Namibia, Wilderness Little Kulala is a stunning luxury camp situated on a large... Find out more

Wilderness Serra Cafema

Wilderness Serra Cafema is in one of the most remote locations in all of Africa and offers one of the... Find out more

Wolwedans Boulders Camp

Wolwedans Boulders Camp is situated 45 kilometres south of Wolwedans and hugged by massive granite rocks deep within the 500,000... Find out more

Wolwedans Dune Camp

Wolwedans Dune Camp is positioned on the top of a 250-metre high ochre sand dune deep within the 500,000 acre... Find out more

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