Safari in Namibian


Treat yourself to an authentic African adventure by experiencing the overland camping safari in Namibia, covering the highlights of the cultural wonders and spectacular beauty of the country.

You’ll get to see Etosha National Park’s diverse flora and fauna, view the canyons and San petroglyphs in Damaraland, enjoy the unique urban atmosphere of Swakopmund, walk at the Sossuvlei dunes, meet the Bushmen and the Himba, and so much more.


Namibia’s varied and diverse flora and fauna is concentrated in the Etosha Region. Here, you’ll see a lot of perennial pans and springs and encounter black rhino, lion, elephant, and leopard.

You’ll enjoy your stay here as it offers a variety of activities like game drives and game walks. Your trip to Namibia won’t be complete without visiting the the world renowned Etosha National Park.


Local Damara guides at Twyfelfontein will take you for a walk to see the San prehistoric rock etchings. Special activities in the Palmwag concession include tracking the desert-adapted black rhino and elephant by vehicle and on foot.

Although flora and fauna is not concentrated in Damaraland, you can spot springbuck, gemsbok (oryx), ostrich and other desert animals and rare succulent plants.

You’ll also see the ephemeral Hoanib Valley River, whose rugged canyons and mountains are home to some of Africa’s most unique ecosystems. It has natural rock pool you can splash in to. To the east is Sesfontein, where morning mists sustain the plants and animals of this desert region. Damaraland is excellent for photography.


The route from Damaraland to Swakopmund is home to one of the most fragile wildlife on the planet. You’ll see here the lichen fields strewn over the gravel plains. This site provides excellent conditions for a picnic lunch.

When you reach the vibrant urban town of Swakopmund, you’ll definitely feel the unique atmosphere, which is a wonderful fusion of Europe and Africa. This town also offers breathtaking views of the red iron-rich beach dunes, the Swakopmund River mouth, and the Atlantic Ocean.


To the south of Swakopmund is Sossuvlei, where you can see the Walvis Bay Lagoon. This lagoon is a protected haven of pelicans, flamingos, and many other waterfowl. Its calm waters are perfect for sea kayaking, allowing you to have close encounter with wild birds.

You can also enjoy access to the Sossusvlei dunes for stargazing, walks, and game drives at the Kulala Adventurer Camp. Early morning provides the best opportunities for taking photos of the dunes.

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