There's something special about Namibia. Perhaps it's the arid nothingness of the blood-red deserts or the stark beauty of the Skeleton Coast? Maybe it's the endless salt pans, glorious wildlife, or Sossusvlei's towering dunes? Whatever the potion, those who embark on a Namibia safari are changed forever and return again and again.
Visit the star attraction Etosha National Park in the North or self-drive the country's length along the eerie Skeleton Coast. There is so much to do and see; 4 weeks can disappear in no time. Managing your itinerary and expectations is key.
Expect short localised rains at various points of the day. Reap the rewards of low season costs and peaceful travelling.
Similar to January. Expect short rains. Take advantage of low season costs and peaceful travelling.
Temperatures are ideal in March, with little rainfall and less humidity.
The start of the dry season, with nice temperatures and little rain. A lovely time to travel.
For the scenery lovers, arguably the best time to travel as the land is beautiful and green (ish).
The dry season is in full swing with near to no rainfall and low temperatures at night.
A lovely time to travel. Good weather and excellent wildlife viewing. Drier land means the wildlife will congregate more. Cold evenings.
Like July, a lovely time to travel. Excellent wildlife viewing. Cold evenings.
Temperatures starts to pick up. Conditions still perfect.
Temperatures still climbing and the terrain is starting to look very dry.
Still nice and hot with needed rains about to arrive.
Patches of rain combined with glorious weather. A great winter holiday.