Safaris: Namibia (articles)

What Should I Do Before and After Namibia?

Posted on January 15th, 2014 by Stephanie Hunt in Safaris: Namibia (articles).

Namibia borders Angola and Zambia in the north, South Africa in the south and southeast and Botswana in the east.  The eastern extremity of the Caprivi Strip borders Zimbabwe.

Namibia matches perfectly with big game viewing in Botswana’s Okavango Region.  From the excellent airport facilities at Windhoek is only a quick flight to whale-watching, vineyards and history of Cape Town or the grandeur and excitement of Victoria Falls.


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When Should I Go to Namibia?

Posted on January 15th, 2014 by Stephanie Hunt in Safaris: Namibia (articles).

The dry season between May and October is regarded as the best time to visit Namibia for game viewing.  The skies are clear and the animals are concentrated around water sources.

The rains come in the summer, between November and April.  The country turns green and birds flock to the saltpans.  This is also a lovely time to be in Namibia as the desert rains are sporadic and unlikely to get in the way of enjoying your visit.

Of course, the dramatic sand dunes in the Namib desert can be visited at any time, and its worth noting that all of Namibia enjoys an average of 300 days of sunshine each year.


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How Do I Plan My Trip?

Talk to us first.  Together we will consider what you want to see and when you want to go.  We can tell you about the hidden gems we have discovered after over a decade of planning safaris and you can tell us about what you’ve read and what you have your heart set on.  We will then come up with a plan for you to consider.   Once you’re happy with the plan, we lock away all the details so you can concentrate on enjoying the magic.