Safari tents, luxury lodges and family campsites : where to stay in Namibia

Where in the world can you wheel your bed out onto your wide veranda and go to sleep, in perfect comfort, beneath a sky dotted with what seems like a gazillion stars?  In Namibia this is not only possible, but life is so in tune with nature here that it’s considered normal…who would want to miss a minute of being outside in this incredible, pristine environment?!

Of course, if this isn’t for you, you can stay inside the luxury of your room, wonderfully cocooned in a mosquito net.  This is what’s so great about our holidays to Namibia, you’ll be embraced like an old friend from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave, and there really is something for everyone.

Namibia Holidays - Doro Nawas

If you like to travel in style and comfort, you’ll love the elegant tents and unique lodges of Ongava, Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp and Wolwedans we’ve hand picked for you in our Namibia Luxury Fly in Safari holiday.  Here your every comfort has been thought of so that at the end of a hot, dusty day exploring, more pleasure awaits in the form of sundowners, hot showers, soft towels, locally made natural soaps and delicious candlelit dinners of homegrown organic produce (as much as possible) and carefully selected wines from South Africa and Namibia.

If you’re after more of a family holiday or adventurous experience, perhaps with some nights camping, you’ll love our Namibia self-drive holidays. Here you’ll stay in spectacular locations in the combination of lodges, tents and campsites that suits you.  Wake up to a day full of elephants, lion and giraffe at Etosha Heights Mountain Lodge; sleep in a tent with a view perched atop a mountain covered in crystals at Etendeka Mountain Camp; or camp in the tent on top of your vehicle at Okonjima and listen to the cackles of the hyaena the lodge strive to protect as part of their AfriCat conservation project.

Namibia Holidays - Mountain camp Etendeka

You might have heard Namibia described as ‘the country god made in anger’ but to us, and many who visit, it’s quite the opposite!  Namibia offers the vast opens spaces, spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife and ancient cultures that, rather than bringing loneliness and isolation, instill a deep sense of place and perspective that renews and refreshes the soul.  Why not see it for yourself and plan a trip to Namibia with us.

To find out more, call Emma and Susanne, who’ve visited themselves, on 01768 721040.

 

 

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