Tours & Safaris - Namibia
Browse the Namibia tours and safaris below, that African Travel Gateway has designed and that emphasizes the country’s wild beauty, vast open spaces and desert landscapes and focuses on the best features each region has to offer. Namibia’s capital city, Windhoek, is a short flight from Johannesburg in South Africa and can also be accessed directly. Whether you choose a fully guided or self-drive tour, your experience of this captivating country will be unforgettable. If you would prefer us to tailor-make a Namibia tour or safari for you, please give us a call.
Situated on the west coast of Southern Africa, Namibia is a nation of contrasts offering striking desert landscapes, towering sand dunes, rugged mountains and 1570 kilometres (975 miles) of magnificent Atlantic coastline. Although a predominantly dry & sunny climate, it is a good idea to learn when the best time to visit Namibia really is.
Namibia is well known for its stunning Namib Desert which stretches along the entire coast of the country extending north into Angola and south into South Africa. Namibia can be divided into 10 main regions of interest, each with its own unique and fascinating features to explore:
The Fish River Canyon – the largest canyon in Africa with breathtaking views.
Sossusvlei – a salt and clay pan surrounded by soaring dunes in the southern Namib Desert.
Windhoek – Namibia’s centrally located capital is an ideal starting point to explore the country.
Swakopmund – one of Namibia’s leading seaside holiday destinations.
The Skeleton Coast – the northern section of Namibia’s coastline, well known for its shipwrecks.
Central and Waterberg areas – the beautiful Waterberg Plateau offers some phenomenal vistas.
Damaraland – home to The Brandberg, Namibia’s highest mountain.
Etosha – world-renowned Etosha National Park offers amazing game viewing experiences.
The Caprivi Strip – a narrow panhandle of land in the north eastern Zambezi region of Namibia.
The Owamboland – the northern region of Namibia, home to the majority of the country’s sparse population.