Namibia Tours & Holidays

Small Group Tours & Tailor-Made Holidays


It has never been a better time to visit Namibia, a country with an abundance of wildlife and rich in extraordinary landscapes, Namibia is guaranteed to capture the imagination of every visitor. Experience one of our Namibia small group tours or tailor-made holidays and embark on an adventure of a lifetime. A Namibia adventure holiday will satisfy your desire ...

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Group tours

Travel to Namibia with like-minded people on one of our small group tours (usually max size 12), featuring knowledgeable local guides and an expert tour leader.


Whether you want to travel on one of our award-winning itineraries or build your own journey from scratch, our expert consultants will help create the perfect tour for your tastes and budget. Below are a few suggestions of the kind of trips we can offer, all of which can be tailored to you.




Be your own safari guide

Be your own safari guide

Etosha National Park covers a huge 20,000 squared km and is home to 4 of the big 5, including the endangered black rhino. The vast majority of roads are in good condition and adequate for self-drivers, so take your own pace as you journey through the park.

Experience a desert dune safari

Experience a desert dune safari

Travel to the heart of the Sossusvlei Desert in your jeep with your guide who will show you around this vast, breathtaking landscape. Challenge yourself with a climb to the top of the massive ‘Big Daddy,’ the tallest dune in the Sossusvlei area at 325 metres.

Explore the coastal shipwrecks

Explore the coastal shipwrecks

Marvel at the shipwrecks that have become synonymous with the Skeleton Coast. Take a 4x4 along the sandy border and visit the famous shipwreck, the Eduard Bohlen, a 100m wreck on the desolate beach, slowly eroding into history.

Meet the Himba

Meet the Himba

The Himba people are pastoralists who have survived years of famine, war and threats of modernisation. Take the day to experience local Himba culture and customs, and some of the most wonderful walks around the compound.

Track rhino on foot

Track rhino on foot

Etosha National Park is home to the endangered black rhinos. Take a research drive where a ranger will explain various conservation efforts and data collection that has been carried out and get you as close as possible to one of these incredible animals.

Trek through the Sossusvlei

Trek through the Sossusvlei

Take a hike up Dune 45; the fine sand does make it a bit of an arduous journey but the views over the dunes to the Deadvlei Sea are incredible. Top tip is to take off your shoes and wear your socks to climb, they create more traction on the fine sand.

Walk through the Okonjima plains

Walk through the Okonjima plains

A safari on foot through the central highlands reserve is a truly authentic experience which gives you a unique view of the life that unfolds in this area. With vast open plains and mountainous rocks, you may spot some cheetahs and hyenas on your way.

Visit the AfriCat foundation

Visit the AfriCat foundation

Visit the AfriCat conservation centre to see what efforts are being made to protect and grow the local cheetah population. You will learn how the centre provides education and training to the youth of Namibia to ensure the conservation lives on in the future.

Experience community tourism

Experience community tourism

Learn about the local Damara people who built the local museum, a UNESCO world heritage site, that their communities are benefiting from by learning about the importance of preserving their cultural heritage for long term benefit and making a profit.

Take A Wildlife Cruise On A Lagoon

Take A Wildlife Cruise On A Lagoon

Walvis Bay is the only deep-water port in Namibia. Onboard a Catamaran, you will have the chance to experience the lagoon in luxury, style, and comfort. You can often see seals, flamingos, pelicans, and cormorants in the lagoon as it is the perfect place for wildlife viewing.



Sossusvlei is one of Namibia’s most iconic visitor attractions and is almost always top of people’s list of things to see and do when planning a trip here. The area is characterised by ...


Where the desert dunes sweep down to the ocean on Namibia's western flank, lies the coastal town of Swakopmund. Namibia's second largest town lies 280 km west of Windhoek and is typical of the German ...


The main observation most visitors to Namibia’s capital city make is that it feels surprisingly European. Colonised by Germany in 1890, it has remained heavily influenced by German style, food ...

Central Highlands & Okonjima

Running down Namibia's spine, the Central Highlands separate the Kalahari from the dunes of the Namib. Here the mountains jut into the sky in earthly magnificence just begging to be explored. The rolling ...

Etosha National Park

Etosha, meaning "Great White Place", is dominated by a massive shimmering salt pan. The national park is one of Africa's finest wildlife reserves offering some of the country’s best wildlife ...

The Skeleton Coast

Stretching from the Kunene River to the Ugab River in the south, the Skeleton Coast National Park is best known for its shipwrecks. A ghostly atmosphere fills the foggy shoreline, where dried-out bones ...


Namibia's first and only World Heritage Site, Twyfelfontein is the site of ancient rock engravings in southern Damaraland. The site has been inhabited for 6,000 years, first by hunter-gatherers and ...


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Camp Kipwe, Twyfelfontein

Nestled between vast granite boulders and looking down the Aba Huab Valley, Camp Kipwe is one of the most dramatically situated camps in all of Namibia, which, given the competition it has, is some…
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Damaraland Camp, Damaraland

Tucked away in Damaraland’s Torra Conservancy in the valley of the Huab River, Damaraland Camp offers guests unrivalled access to one of Namibia’s best wilderness areas with huge open plains, ancient…
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Desert Homestead Outpost, Sossusvlei

Set in the heart of a 7000-hectare Nature Reserve, the impressively styled, impeccably maintained Desert Homestead Outpost is a wonderful spot for guests looking to enjoy the attractions of Sossusvlei…
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Doro Nawas Camp, Damaraland

Tucked away deep in Damaraland and run in conjunction with the local Doro Nawas community, Doro Nawas Camp is a wonderful camp for guests looking to explore the vast expanses of Damaraland and learn…
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Hoodia Desert Lodge, Sossusvlei

This lodge is hidden away in the mountains on the banks of the Tsauchab River, just 20-minutes from the access gate to the dunes. A very small property, Hoodia is comprised of just 11 canvas and…
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Mushara Lodge, Eastern Etosha

Mushara lodge is located 8 km away from the Von Lindequist Gate on the Eastern boundary of Etosha National Park. It has an ideal location for travellers visiting the game reserve on self-drive or…
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Okonjima Villa, Okonjima Private Game Reserve

A truly wonderful bush retreat for groups of friends or families travelling together, Okonjima Villa offers a home away from home feel and is a great base from which to explore the…
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Onguma - The Fort, Eastern Etosha

The Fort has an enviable view that overlooks the beautiful scarceness of the Etosha Pans. Originally part of the greater Etosha Game Reserve, Onguma Game Reserve boasts over 30 different animal species…
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Serra Cafema, Kunene Region

Hidden away on the banks of the Kunene River, Namibia’s border with Angola, Serra Cafema is a uniquely styled property offering a unique and exclusive retreat for those visitors who make the journey up…

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The weather in Namibia can change significantly depending on where you are so it is important to do some good planning if you are doing a tailor made trip. Naturally, our group trips will visit a specific area at the best time we can.

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Clem is our Namibia expert, who has travelled extensively in the region.

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The best way to explore Namibia is on a self-drive adventure – set off with a paper map and old nokia phone in your 4x4. You will be rewarded with rolling red dunes, giant starry skies and epic moonscape like vistas.


Health and Vaccinations 

There are no mandatory immunisations for travellers to Namibia though you should be up-to-date with Typhoid, Tetanus, Polio and Hepatitis A. Malaria is present in most  parts of Namibia so we recommend you seek advice from your local GP or travel centre as to the correct immunisations and preventative treatments. 


In Namibia, the currency is the Namibian Dollar. Please note that the South African Rand is also widely accepted as the Namibian Dollar is pegged to the Rand at the same exchange rate. Please note that changing Namibian Dollars outside of Namibia is almost impossible so try not to exchange too much. 

To check out the latest exchange rate for the places that you are visiting you can go to

Cultural Sensitivity 

On our tours you will frequently interact with local people, each with their own distinct customs and traditions. We therefore ask you to be considerate and to treat them with respect. Your tour-leaders and guides will always be able to advise you accordingly.  

Language & Religion 

English is the official language, but Namibia’s relatively small population is extraordinarily diverse in language and culture. More than 11 languages are indigenous to Namibia but with its cosmopolitan society a number of languages from around the world are spoken in Namibia. People commonly speak two or three languages and more than 50% of the population speaks Oshiwambo. Due to the country’s colonial history Afrikaans, the language of the previous South African occupiers, is still widely spoken and functions as the lingua franca in Namibia. Namibia has two small groups of nomadic groups; the Khoisan speaking people, known as the Bushmen or San and the Ovahimba people, figuratively known as the red people. 

The constitution of Namibia allows for freedom on religion and the country is a secular state. 

It is thought that around 90% of Namibian's are Christian, and a surprisingly large number actively practice their religion with regular church attendance. The largest Christian group is the Lutheran Church which grew out of the work of the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Mission. Next largest are Roman Catholics, while most other Christian denominations can also be found. 


Namibia is 2 hours ahead of GMT. 

A useful website to check the time zone differences is  

Food and drink 

Namibian Food is a blend of traditional German influence mixed with the South African delicacies. The common food in Namibia are game dishes with the popular ones being kudu meat, springbok and gemsbok. 

The national drink of Namibia is the Tafel lager and Windhoek lager. 

Although Namibia is a meat-orientated society and many menu options will feature steaks from one animal or another, vegetarians are readily catered for and all of the lodges and camps provide a good standard of food. 

Travelling Solo In Namibia

All of our group tours in Namibia are designed to cater for solo travellers: the number of solo travellers will vary from tour to tour, but usually over half will be travelling alone. Get all of the excitement of discovering new places combined with the security of travelling with an organised group, with like minded people.