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Holidays to Namibia with If Only

A country full of captivating contrasts, Namibia’s epic landscape is made for adventure. From the shifting sands of the Namib Desert, where towering dunes are framed by bright, blue sky, to the vast, grassy plains of Etosha National Park, to the stark beauty of the shipwreck-lined coast, the country’s diverse natural beauty is endlessly exciting and undeniably inspiring. Add to this a rich cultural tapestry of colonial influence and indigenous traditions, and you have all the ingredients for a thrilling luxury holiday in Africa. Considering the seemingly inhospitable nature of its environment, visitors might be surprised to see a variety of exciting wildlife living within the breathtaking surrounds, including unique desert-adapted species and your more classic African predators. But then this is a country that goes beyond the ordinary, and the perfect destination for anyone looking for a luxury holiday in Africa with a difference.

 

We currently feature 6 luxury properties in Namibia

 
Canyon Lodge

Canyon Lodge

Fish River Canyon , Namibia

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Down-to-earth rustic charm and characterful comfort greets guests at this welcoming lodge near the Fish River Canyon

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Fish River Lodge

Fish River Lodge

Fish River Canyon , Namibia

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A luxury lodge with a one-of-a-kind location, Fish River Lodge promises breathtaking views of one of Namibia's most striking natural wonders

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Olive Grove Guesthouse

Olive Grove Guesthouse

Windhoek, Namibia

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A stylish oasis a short distance from Windhoek's centre with first-class hospitality and great facilities

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The Olive Exclusive

The Olive Exclusive

Windhoek, Namibia

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A sophisticated bolthole in Windhoek with a handful of chic suites, this boutique hotel is the perfect choice for a comfortable stay in the capital

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The Weinberg

The Weinberg

Windhoek, Namibia

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An enviable blend of traditional elegance and modern comfort with a wealth of facilities, this stylish hotel on a former vineyard is ideal for a relaxing break in Windhoek city

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Zannier Hotels Omaanda

Zannier Hotels Omaanda

Windhoek, Namibia

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A luxury lodge in a pristine conservation reserve offering modern-day luxury with an authentic touch and unforgettable adventures in nature

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Highlights

Luxury holidays to Namibia are full of mesmerising landscapes, amazing wildlife and exciting activities. With so much to see and do, it might be hard to know where to start!

Diverse beauty

Namibia’s remarkable tapestry of landscapes ensures an ever-changing backdrop to adventures across the country. Deserts, salt pans, savanna plains, canyons, wetlands and a sweeping coastline co-exist, showcasing the incredible geographical diversity of its land. With each area home to its own unique attractions, visitors might be on the world’s highest sand dune one day, at Africa’s largest canyon the next, and spotting seals and shipwrecks on the beach before heading home.

Diverse beauty
A photographer’s paradise

A photographer’s paradise

Namibia’s unique, dramatic landscapes make it easy, perhaps unavoidable, to come home with a camera full of exciting images. From Deadvlei’s haunting beauty, to the monumental red sand dunes of Sossusvlei, to the desolate ambience of the Skeleton Coast, there are endless opportunities to frame the view. The amazing scenery makes for an awe-inspiring backdrop to the most quintessential of African imagery, the fantastic wildlife, while capturing the vibrant culture of Namibia’s indigenous tribes offers yet another perspective for budding photographers.

Self-drive tours

With a road network that is generally well-maintained and mostly paved, a self-drive tour in Namibia can be the perfect way to explore the country’s unique attractions at your own pace. Enjoy the freedom, flexibility and comfort of your own vehicle as you take in the best of Namibia’s sights, crafting your own ideal route with the advice of our knowledgeable Reservation Specialists.

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Unique desert-adapted wildlife

Unique desert-adapted wildlife

Namibia is home to some remarkable African species that have evolved to survive in the harsh and challenging landscape. From the modest-sized Web-Footed Gecko right up to the huge Desert Elephants seen wandering across the soft desert sand, and with a whole host of climate-adapted creatures in between, the wildlife in Namibia is truly one of a kind.

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Useful Information

When To Visit

December to February is Namibia's wet season with most of the rain falling at this time. March to May is moving towards winter and the drier season. June to August is the driest time to visit and when daytime temperatures are cool and nights can drop down to freezing. Come September temperatures begin to warm up again, with occasional showers building again in late October and early November.

Location

Namibia is on the southwest Atlantic coast of Africa, bordered by South Africa, Botswana, Zambia and Angola.

Size

825,615 square kilometres

Local Time

GMT +2

Telephone code

+264

Visa

British passport holders can normally travel to Namibia for a period of 90 days without a visa.

Currency

Namibian Dollar (NAD)

Tipping

A 10% tip is acceptable for good service – or more if you consider the service to have been exceptional.

Vaccinations

At least 8 weeks before your trip, check the latest country-specific health advice from the National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC) on the TravelHealthPro website.

Flying time

Approximately 11 hours from London

Electricity

230v/50hz using a three round pin plug so an adaptor is required

Tourist office

Namibia Tourism Board

Language

English is the official language, but with Afrikaans, German and Oshiwambo widely spoken.

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