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Why You Need to Book a Safari in Namibia

Namibia is an excellent country to visit for a once-in-a-lifetime safari experience. It rests along the Atlantic Ocean coast, boasting natural beauty in the Namib Desert, its beaches, colonial architecture, and serene wildlife reserves. If you want a safari balanced with a blend of urban, desert, and animal tracking experiences, then Namibia is the place for you. Scratch the dream of an epic African Safari off your bucket list when you allow us at African Safari Booking connect you with the best Namibian tours.

How to reach Namibia

Namibia’s Hosea Kutako International Airport usually doesn’t take direct flights from North America. Instead, you should expect one to two connecting flights, normally in London, Cairo, and Johannesburg, before you touch Namibian soil. This means that you should allow for at least a day for travel each way. Once you reach the country, your tour group will assist you with transportation and accommodations.

What you can expect during a Safari in Namibia

English is the official language of Namibia, which makes it a good location for native English speakers to interact with locals one-on-one. Your tour guides will be familiar with the area and enlighten you on everything you’re curious about to enhance your travel experience. Here are some sights to expect on your itinerary.

  • The Skeleton Coast- For spectacular views of nature and wildlife, the Skeleton Coast is definitely worth a spot on your schedule. When it comes to natural wonders, you’ll see Agate Mountain salt pans, riverbed dunes, ominous sea fogs, and Hoarisib clay castles. There are many animals who have found ways to survive the semi-arid environment like seals, insects, desert birds, baboons, lions, giraffes, black rhinos, and springboks!

  • Etosha National Park- It’s possible to go on a self-drive safari tour through Etosha Park as well as enjoy the experience with an experienced guide. Etosha National Park gives you direct views of amazing sights like waterholes, wildebeests, springboks, rhinos, giraffes, and impalas. There’s also the luxurious Onguma Bush Camp in the park that makes your downtime truly relaxing. There are meeting rooms, game rooms, and a swimming pool that guests share when they’re not resting in their updated lodges.

  • Namib-Naukluft National Park- Desert explorers need to make a stop at this national park that takes up part of the Namib Desert. This stretch of arid land is believed to be the oldest desert on Earth, expanding to a massive 19,216 square miles of glorious sands while supporting a unique ecosystem. It’s best to appreciate this safari on camelback. Inside this park is the main tourist attraction, the Sossusvlei, which translates to “dead-end marsh”. It draws in visitors because although it’s extremely dry, plenty of native animals thrive there, including insects, hyenas, gemsboks, snakes, and jackals.

  • Resort Accommodations- Whether you’re in a bush camp or in a hotel in the city, Namibia has comfortable accommodations for foreign guests. Your tour group will recommend only the best places to enhance your safari’s value.

Book your Safari in Namibia Today

To start your next adventure, let African Safari Booking connect you with the best tour groups in the business. Whether it’s your first safari or twentieth, the professionals we partner with know how to create a memorable journey for you and your loved ones.