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36 Safari trips through Namibia with 39 reviews

Find a Safari trip that explores Namibia. There are 36 tours to choose from, that range in length from 3 days up to 23 days. The most popular month for these tours is July, which has the most tour departures.

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Highlights

  • Drive across flat salt plains in the most famous national park of Namibia, the Etosha National Park. See if you can spot the big 5 cats in action and species like the endangered black rhino, handsome spring bok and gemsbok.
  • Come face to face with rehabilitated cheetahs at the AfriCat Foundation, a premier conservation centre at Okonjima.
  • Spend some time in a Himba village learning and observing customs, religious practices and the traditional way of life.
  • Admire the rugged, rocky landscape of Damaraland and marvel at the beautiful collection of ancient rock carvings and paintings at Twyfelfontein.
  • Learn about the amazing survival skills of black backed jackal, mountain zebra and desert adapted elephants at the Namib-Naukluft National Park.
  • Enjoy the stark beauty of Dead Vlei, a landscape characterised by a white clay, salt pan set among towering sand dunes.
  • Indulge in the adrenaline pumping activities of sand-boarding and quad biking in Swapokmund, the adventure capital of Namibia.
  • Experience the eerie atmosphere of Skeleton Coast, a graveyard of sunken ships and shipwrecked sailors and a testament to the awesome forces of nature.

Tips

  • Wear comfortable and casual clothes for safaris and dress in layers as early mornings and late evenings can be quite cool.
  • Choose to wear colours such as khaki, beige, stone and brown as you don’t want to draw attention to yourself while on safari.
  • Carry a supply of different sized Ziploc bags to store camera equipment and wet bathing suits.
  • Carry a powerful torch as there may be sudden power outages at camps.
  • Use the first day of the tour to rest and acclimatise.
  • During safari, be cautious and observant while walking and maintain an even comfortable pace so you don’t tire out.
  • Avoid feeding any animal as even the herbivores can get quite aggressive.
  • Carry a carabiner so you can attach your shoes to your bag as it will be easier to walk barefooted on your trek to Dead Vlei.

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