Namibia is vast. The distances between many of the major attractions is huge. While there is a good network of roads and self-drive safaris are popular, some of the best Namibia safaris use a combination of road transfers and flights.

One of the best ways to experience Namibia is by private guided safari, tailored to your interests and budget.

In a country this large, which has many diverse attractions, it's often best to try and do less, but do it better. We strongly advise you to rather focus on a few core destinations that have captured your imagination and really enjoy them to the full, rather than trying to cram too many stops into an over-stretched itinerary.

If the safaris below do not tick your boxes, please talk to us about your Namibian bucket-list. We'll be happy to help you craft an unforgettable safari - whether a luxury fly-in safari, a longer overland trip or a budget-friendly self-drive safari.

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Fly-in Namibian safari
7 Day Namibia Fly-in Safari
7 days
From
$4,376
£3,626
€4,052
R76,314
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This seven-day luxury fly-in safari covers most of Namibia's best and most iconic safari destinations – the distinctive ochre dunes of Sossusvlei, the twisted, desolate landscape of Damaraland and the Kaokoveld where you're likely to spot the legendary desert-adapted elephant and Etosha, Namibia's ancient national park. Flying over this vast country, you'll also get an insight into its fascinating detail and incredible landscapes.

Feature 10 Day Best of Namibia Safari Wild Wings Safaris Eric Ward
10 Day Best of Namibia Safari
10 days
From
$3,795
£3,145
€3,514
R66,182
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Explore some of Namibia's most iconic destinations in the company of a highly experienced personal guide. Our 10-Day Best of Namibia Safari takes you from the towering red dunes of Sossusvlei and lonely stretches of beach along the Skeleton Coast to the quaint seaside town of Swakopmund and Damaraland with its startling geographical features. We round our trip off with a safari in Etosha National Park with its ancient salt pan in search of Namibia's famous desert-adapted elephants and lions.

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