The home of self-drive safaris
It's not limited to anyone; that's the beauty. However, generally those who seek adventure and enjoy their own independence love it most.
We have access to all of types of self-drive safari vehicles with partners who we have worked with for years.
Given how big Namibia is, we recommend travelling for 2-3 weeks (or more). The key is not to rush and to take it all in.
Namibia is known for being the perfect self-drive safari destination. In fact, most travellers tend to opt for this mode of transport here. The road infrastructure is very good, the people are super friendly and navigating yourself is surprisingly straight forward. On top of this Namibia has an incredible selection of stunning tented camps and exciting lodges for you to choose from.
As Namibia is a desert country with little rainfall and thus it is less seasonal than your typical safari destination. There really is no bad time to travel but do discuss this with us in detail as there are small pro's and con's throughout the year.
At first thought, it might sound a bit much to have children on this type of trip. However, it is actually the perfect trip for children! Children often prefer being driven by their parents over sitting in transfer, and there's a wealth of activities on offer; they'll be kept well entertained - as will the adults.
It's amazing fun and the level of adventure can be dialled from 1 to 10 depending on what you're after. The key is knowing where to go, how to book and knowing who to call if you need support. That's where we step in. Whether you're driving remote in corners of the country or get stuck in sandy tracks, know you're never alone and we're just a call away.
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