- Capital: Windhoek
- Area: 824,292 km²
- Languages: German, English & Oshiwambo
- Where to visit: Chobe, Okavango, Kalahari.
- Wildlife to spot: elephant, leopard, wild dog & pels fishing owl.
The famous sights of Namibia are remarkable: the oldest desert in the world, the highest sand dunes in the world, one of the world’s most ancient plants, and one of the world’s largest game reserves.
Immerse yourself into unspoilt landscapes and wide horizons with clear, unpolluted skies.
The striking scenery is a superb backdrop for Namibia’s diverse wildlife ranging from the smallest busiest desert beetle to the largest imposing elephant, it is a photographers utopia.
Namibia is an excellent self-drive destination, ideal for those looking for a sense of freedom and adventure and where the environmentally aware lodges blend into the landscape creating a natural and tranquil ambience. The perfect destination for bespoke and compassionate holidays.
Namibia is a paradise for those who want to experience the natural surroundings, agoraphobics are advised to stay away!