The breath-taking landscapes and endless horizons are what define Namibia. But despite its beautiful vast open deserts it is also a great place to encounter wildlife in national parks such as the iconic Etosha national park and our favourites Bwabwata and Mahango. But the jewel in Namibia’s crown is certainly the bronze hues of the Namibdesert and the star dunes of Sossusvlei.

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Dunes in Sossusvlei
Namibia Grootberg lodge view
Grootberg lodge - A community run lodge in Namibia with stunning views

The accommodation is just as varied as its landscapes, from cute guest houses to 5 star lodges, there is something for every budget. No matter the price you paid, you can expect excellent service as Namibians are the friendliest people we have ever met. They always greet you with a smile and are happy and proud to welcome tourists into their country. We particularly love taking guests to community run lodges as it gives great opportunities to give back to the local community and encourage conversations between locals and tourists.

You will certainly need a good nights rest after the long days on the road. A trip in Namibia will inevitably involve many hours on the road. Follow our tips for driving in Namibia and you will be fine though. Or to make things easier, just get in touch with us for a guided tour and all the planning and driving will be done by us.

One of our favourite regions to take guests is the often ignored Caprivi strip. Surrounded by rivers and full of luscious vegetation, in stark contrast to the rest of the country, it is the only area where you can find naturally occurring buffalo, hippo and crocodiles yet the locals have learned to live in close proximity with these animals without any barriers separating them.

As we have chosen Namibia as our home base we continue to discover every corner of this large scale country and we will share all the details with you.

Divava Okovango Lodge and Spa in the Caprivi strip

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