Your ultimate experience in Namibia

Tours & Adventures

Namibia is a land full of contrasts, well developed in so many ways but yet so rural. Traveling to Namibia will be an adventure of exploring beautiful nature, exotic wildlife, lively African culture and vibrant city life.

From the stunning Victoria Falls in the north east to the unique fauna of the Okavango Delta. The amazing safaris through the Etosha National Park, the beautiful Atlantic coast full of exciting activities in Swakopmund and Walvis Bay, the highest sand dunes in the world in Sossusvlei, the second largest Canyon worldwide on the border to South Africa and one of the most exciting and impulsive cities on this planet, Cape Town, is only a day's drive away.

 

Etosha National Park is one of the most famous National Parks in Africa. When it was founded in 1907 it was the largest game reserve worldwide (10 000 sq km) but due political changes the park now only has a quarter of what it used to be. The Etosha Park is home to 4 of the ‘big fives’ (elephant, leopard, rhinoceros and lion) hundreds of giraffes, zebras, cheetahs and leopards. To explore Etosha National Park we recommend a 3 day safari tour.


Sosssusvlei is a clay and salt pan surrounded by sand dunes in the oldest desert in the world: the Namib Desert. It is a truly unique landscape full of Springbocks, Ostriches and Oryx and spectacular sunsets and sunrises atop the highest sand dunes worldwide.

 

Swakopmund is a very beautiful small town at Namibia’s Atlantic Coast where the dunes meet the ocean. Apart from the many different options of restaurants and cafes you could also indulge in many activities such as, dolphin cruises, Kayaking, Camel riding, Desert tours, sky diving, quad biking, sand boarding and shopping for local arts and crafts.

 

The Victoria Falls on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe are the largest waterfalls in the world and probably the most famous ones as well. Besides the truly unique landscape and fauna around the falls, the Okavango Delta (Botswana) and the Waterberg this destination offers everything from relaxing boat cruises and visiting traditional villages to bungee jumping and water rafting.

 

Cape Town the second largest city in South Africa, is a melting pot of different people and cultures. This is one of the main reasons why Cape Town is Africa’s most popular tourist destination.
Its numerous historically sites like Robben Island, its various exhibitions, events and its perfect position surrounded by the vineyards of Stellenbosch and the Cape of Good Hope make it one of most exciting cities worldwide.