Search
Hotel Deals
date_range
date_range

Map &
Directions
mode_edit
Write a Tip
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
Namib Desert Tour from Swakopmund
"This enlightening journey takes you through the ancient canyons of the Moon Valley one of the most fascinating areas of the Namib Desert. Let us take you back millions of years to when these badlands were formed. Learn the intrinsic value of the desert flora to the indigenous people who once roamed Southern Africa. Discover the medicin and delve into the secrets of the Welwitschia mirabilis.We learn of the Desert adapted of flora and fauna in order to survive under these harsh conditions by unfolding many hidden secrets.This informative tour also looks into what we call “the fu as we inform our guests about planned future industrial activities as well as existing ones in the area due to the growth of Uranium mining and other related industry.This spectacular area is also home to some wildlife and we might just spot Springbok Ostrich
From $41.00
 
3-Hour Quad Biking and Sand-Boarding Combo from Swakopmund
"Quad biking is all about experiencing the sheer thrill of riding a bike through the Namib Desert’s boundless shifting sand dunes and sandboarding is just fun. Depending on the time you would like to go a local guide will make sure to pick everyone then give everyone a safety briefing as well as your very own safety gear. The guide will then lead you towards the dune belt and he will tell you about the famous plants in the Namib Desert few stops on the way are made.After being on top of the Devils Dip for a while we ride the berms spirals and slope as you cruise towards the table top for one hour once you reach the top you will the do the sandboarding for another hour and enjoy the best feeling going down the dune especially you’re an adrenaline junky. Quad tour on top of the dune"""A great experience one can encounter while exhilarating the beautiful surroundings of Namibia’s dunes. This is the most popular tours were you will ride for your life on the dunes for an hour and explore the different plants and animals in the Namib Desert
From $68.00
 
Namib Desert 4x4 Tour from Swakopmund
"This adventurous tour starts from your hotel or guesthouse in the town of Swakopmund. After your pickup travel out into the surrounding Namib Desert to see how life in all its forms survives in this barren and unforgiving yet beautiful landscape.Hop into your 4x4 vehicle and allow your guide to whisk you off into the wilderness to discover all manner of plant and animal life. Your guide is experienced in tracking and locating the many different species of sand-dwelling creature as you travel out through the dunes a myriad of different animals and insects abound. As you travel look out for sidewinders (venomous snakes)
From ZAR885.00

Most Viewed Transportation in Namibia

Transportation

International Buses

The ticket office and departure/arrival for Intercape buses to Cape Town (every day 10 am), Johannesburg, Livingstone (friday and monday 15 pm), Swapokmund (most days at 9am) and Oshikango (Angola...
View More
Transportation

Bus to Windhoek

Intercape goes monday, wednesday, friday and sunday to Windhoek, 5 hours from 210 Namibian $. Monday and friday conects with the bus to Livingstone. Several Minibuses go daily at 7 am, 11 am, 5...
View More
Transportation

Taxi to Swapokmund

The Intercape bus is only running in the morning and not every day to Swakopmund (and on to Windhoek) the train takes over 2 hours. But there are informal shared taxis 30 to 35 Namibian $ (€ 3) and 25...
View More
Transportation

Trains in Namibia

Namibia still has a trainline and these are its rails close to Dune 7. Trains are not going very often , but we had been lucky to see a train going there. When you take a closer look at the traintrack...
View More
Transportation

By cruise to Swakopmund

Our cruiseport of call for Svakopmund was Walvisbay in a distance of about 20km from Swakopmund. Walvisbay has quite a large port where also bigger ships with 80.000 GRT and more are able to dock....
View More
Transportation

Driving a car in Namibia

When driving a car in Namibia you should know: Driving is on the left side of the street and the maximum speed is 120km/h, but of course driving that fast is possible only on a very few excellent...
View More
 
 
Sponsored Listings
Tips

Road conditions

Driving in Namibia is not for the faint-hearted: roads are bumpy and dusty, potholes have the size of bathtubs, wild animals suddenly cross the road, terribly long trucks claim huge parts of the road....
View More
Tips

Roads in Namibia

Random tips about the Namibian road system:- always drive on the left- Namibia has about 5000 km of tar road and 40.000 km of gravel road. For the most part, both are in very good condition and well...
View More
Tips

reliable safari tour agent

to travel around Namibia I wouild suggest to book at a reliable Namibian tour agenteitehr if you do selfdrive tours or complete full tailored tours with professional guide/driverwe were lucky with our...
View More
Tips

Salt Road

The most unusual road surface I've ever driven on is the salt road that heads north from Swakopmund along the Skeleton Coast. Yes, the construction material is salt.That being said; the drive itself...
View More
Tips

Flights to Windhoek

Greetings.Fly with Air Namibia,it is the easiest and cheapest way to get to Windhoek.Take the train or S.Bahn from brussels,Air Namibia might even include part of the trip in your ticket.Sure they...
View More
Tips

Extended Range Fuel Tanks

A number of companies rent "extended range" or "double tank" vehicles for trips to out of the way places in Namibia. I can only relate our experience, but it is my understanding that this is common...
View More
Tips

Just Back - Namibian Road Trip May 2011

Our party of three middle-aged women travelled through Namibia in May 2011 on a self-drive, custom trip arranged by ATI Holiday Tours, Windhoek, Namibia (http://www.infotour-africa.com). What a huge...
View More
Tips

Namibian Explorer with African Routes

There are really only two options for visiting the park and Namibia in general. One option is to hire a car which is great because it gives you flexibility and allows you to go where you want when you...
View More

Popular Cities in Namibia

Cities

Windhoek

Khomas
View More
Cities

Swakopmund

Erongo
View More
Cities

Walvisbaai

Erongo
View More
Cities

Katima Mulilo

Caprivi
View More
Cities

Etosha National Park

Namibia
View More
Cities

Namib-Naukluft Park

Namibia
View More

Top Hotels in Namibia

Hotels
129 Independence Avenue, Windhoek, Namibia
Show Prices
Hotels
Show Prices
Hotels
4 Tobias Hainyeko Street, 92000
Show Prices
Hotels
Show Prices
Hotels
3 Hendrik Witbooi St., Swakopmund, 9000, Namibia
Show Prices
Hotels
Show Prices

Top Things to Do in Namibia

Things to Do

German Heritage

The Prinzessin Rupprecht Hotel of nowadays was built in 1901 - 1902 as a military Hospital and named after Marie Gabrielle, the wife of Prince Rupprecht von Bayern, who was the last Bavarian...
View More
Things to Do

Hohenzollernhaus

Art nouveau architecture at its best: the Hohenzollernhaus in central Swakopmund looks completely out of place, but it's one of the town's highlights. Built in 1906, the house started as a hotel, but...
View More
Things to Do

Desert and dunes

The Sossuvlei/Deadvlei area is one of the few accessible parts of the Namib Naukluft National Park. It is a great place to experience the Namib desert and to hike on dunes. After entering the park and...
View More
Things to Do

Desert Explorers Adventure Centre

Want to have an outdoor adventure? This place is really a ‘One Stop Shop’ for outdoor activities in the area. I simply walked in and said I wanted to skydive. 2 hours later I was jumping out of a...
View More
Things to Do

Etosha National Park

The hook-lipped rhinoceros is getting rarer and rarer, but if you are lucky, you can see some in the Etosha NP. We were - and saw two males settling a dispute concerning who can drink where at the...
View More
Things to Do

Swakopmund Museum

The quite good Swakopmund Museum has some reconstruction of colonoal interiors and a lot about tranportation and exhibits about Namibias history and ethnologie. Open daily from 10 am to 1 pm and 2 pm...
View More
diageva's Profile Photo

diageva

"Beautiful Extreme World"
View Member
DAO's Profile Photo

DAO

"SAND, SUN AND SKYDIVING !!!!!"
View Member
Myndo's Profile Photo

Myndo

"Namibia - the dry paradise"
View Member
GillianMcLaughlin's Profile Photo

GillianMcLaughlin

"Namibian Safari"
View Member
toonsarah's Profile Photo

toonsarah

"Namibia"
View Member

Map of Namibia