Epic Destinations, Unforgettable Holidays
Any Namibia holiday is going to be one full of excitement and unforgettable places to see and experience. At Namibia Safaris, we have curated a list of guided safaris and tours that are perfect for first time holiday makers as well as those are returning.
Among our list of tours, we have trips to the Sossusvlei, holidays in Etosha, tours of Swakopmund, drives to the Skeleton Coast, and so much more. Each of our uniquely planned guided Namibia tours are budget friendly and promise to be an experience that you will treasure for the rest of your life.
Frequently Asked Questions about Guided Namibia Tours
- What is the best time to visit Namibia for a Guided Tour?
Travellers agree that the best time to go on a guided Namibia tour is between the months of July and October, when the weather is just perfect. Travelling during this time of year will allow you to avoid the intense summer heat.
- How many days do you need for a guided Namibia tour?
How many days do you have? The more time that you can spend in Namibia, the more you get to see and experience. Ideally, you should set aside at least a week or two for your guided trip, but if you can’t do that, try to book at least 3 days.
- How much does a guided Namibia tour cost?
The costs all depend on the company you are booking your tour with and the type of tour you are planning on going on. For an accurate cost, you should think about contacting various travel companies to find the tour that fits your budget.
- How do you travel around Namibia?
You can book a guided tour, which means you will be driven around, or you can book a self-drive safari, in which case you will drive yourself. If you intend on going on a self-drive trip, try to book an off-road vehicle, just in case you hit a rough and rugged road.
- What do I need to know before I go on a Namibia tour?
Namibia a fairly straight forward destination, but here’s a couple of things to keep in mind:
- 4 wheel drive cars are best.
- Namibia is quite a safe place to travel to.
- There are plenty of luxury accommodation options, so you don’t have to rough it.
- Since Namibia is such a vast destination, you should be prepared to spend quite a lot of time on the road.
Namibia can be expensive.