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Namibia is immense, approximately 824,000 square kilometres, filled with rugged, beautiful landscapes of every kind creating an environment from which an amazing wealth of wildlife has adapted and thrived. 

In 1884, South West Africa, the future Namibia, was declared a German Protectorate.  By 1907 Swakopmund had the largest European...

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The Mushara Lodge

Namibia
10 Spacious chalets, 1 family unit, 1 triple room and 2 single rooms

Mushara Lodge forms just one part of the gorgeous Mushara Collection and its claim to fame being that it was the original establishment. Conveniently located 8 km from the...


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The Mushara Bush Camp

Namibia
16 tents

A part of the fabulous Mushara Collection, Mushara Bush Camp joins The Mushara Outpost, Mushara Villa and The Mushara Lodge to bring you a memorable African bush experience....


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The Mushara Outpost

Namibia
8 Tents

Modelled on the welcoming stylishness of an African homestead, Mushara Outpost is a superb mix of luxury accommodation, delectable cuisine and personal service, appealing to...


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The Olive Exclusive All-Suite Hotel

Windhoek
7 Suites

The Olive Exclusive is the first ultra-luxurious sanctuary of its kind in Windhoek. It’s cool, contemporary and stylish but with an authentic African soul. Sleek, modern lines...


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Africa Safari Lodge

Windhoek
20 on-suite private chalets

Africa Safari Lodge will ensure that your safari experience will be an absolutely memorable one.We offer unique food, excellent wine and great company. For the ultimate...


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Lapa Lange Game Lodge

Namibia
23 Suites

An oasis in the diverse, stark landscape of Southern Namibia, Lapa Lange offers accommodation options for couples and groups in chalets, luxury suites or a peaceful campsite....


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Nambwa Lodge

Windhoek
10 Safari Tents

Nambwa Lodge is located in the Zambezi Region of Namibia, on the banks of the Kwando River, within Bwabwata National Park. It provides a sanctuary for more than 35 large and...


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The Elegant Guesthouse

Windhoek
6 Bedrooms

This modern, up-market Guesthouse consists of 6 en-suite double rooms and a fully equipped boardroom. Guests can indulge in the contemporary flair and stylish surroundings of...


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The Village Courtyard Suites & Executive Apartments

Windhoek
7 Suites, Self-Catering Options

Situated at the very core of Windhoek's business and financial heart, The Village Courtyard Suites and Executive Apartments offers a soothing, modern and welcoming environment...


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Erongo Wilderness Lodge

Namibia
10 Luxury tented chalets

There is a special wilderness area, encircled by the Erongo Mountains, where the desert, mountain, and bushveld ecosystems combine. Here, in a secluded valley, you will find...


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Etendeka Mountain Camp

Windhoek
10 en-suite meru tents

In the foothills of the Grootberg massif, set amidst magnificent scenery and the ancient Etendeka lavas of northern Damaraland, the ten new en-suite Meru tents have been...


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River Crossing Lodge

Windhoek
18 Bedrooms, 2 Honeymoon Rooms

Feel the pulse from the city from the heart of the bushveld. Close to Windhoek, River Crossing offers stylish chalets with spectacular views of the Auas Mountains. The reserve...


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Sun Karros Daan Viljoen

Windhoek

Sun Karros at Daan Viljoen is the perfect getaway for nature lovers. Explore the Namibian landscape on self-drive game drives, walks and hikes. The 6.5km game route requires a...


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The Elegant Farmstead

Okahandja
1 Family unit, 2 Triple rooms, 9 Double rooms

The Elegant Farmstead in Namibia offers accommodation in 11 tastefully furnished rooms with en-suite bathrooms. The stylish and modern rooms invite you to relax in the unique...


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Villa Mushara

Namibia
2 Villas

Villa Mushara forms part of the exquisite Mushara Collection alongside Mushara Lodge, Mushara Bush Camp, and Mushara Outpost. Located just 8km from the Von Lindequist gate,...


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Olive Grove Guest House

Windhoek
5 Standard en-suite (downstairs), 5 Luxury en-suite rooms (upstairs) and 1 Executive Suite

Olive Grove is a small upmarket accommodation establishment situated close to the city centre in a quiet, peaceful area. Big Sky’s first property in Windhoek the guesthouse...


Belhaven House Museum
Belhaven, built in 1904, is an example of a...

Iziko South African National Gallery
Situated in the Company’s Garden is South Africa’s...

Mandela House Museum
Mandela House Museum, on historic Vilakazi Street in...

Iziko Rust en Vreugd
Rust en Vreugd was built as a home for a high-ranking...

Rastafarian Township Tour, Knysna
The tour takes place along the Garden Route and...

Namibia travel guide

Namibia is immense, approximately 824,000 square kilometres, filled with rugged, beautiful landscapes of every kind creating an environment from which an amazing wealth of wildlife has adapted and thrived. 

In 1884, South West Africa, the future Namibia, was declared a German Protectorate.  By 1907 Swakopmund had the largest European population of any German colony in Africa. 

Today this curious desert town, nestled between the dunes and the ocean is ideal to spend a few days browsing through the galleries, bookshops, craft markets, jewellers and admiring the beautiful architecture.  View the dunes from balloon, aircraft or parachute; get close up to the marine life – on foot, by boat or kayak. 
 

One of the largest savannah conservation areas in Africa, Etosha National Park is world-renowned for its spectacular wildlife: elephant, black and white rhinoceros, lion, leopard, cheetah, large herds of springbok, zebra, wildebeest, giraffe and a multitude of other fascinating species, big and small, interacting in their natural environment.  The massive mineral pan, covering an area of approximately 4 500 square kilometres or about 20% of the surface of the park, gave rise to the name Etosha, which means Great White Place.

The Namibian Dollar (N$) and South African Rand are the only legal tender in Namibia and can be used to purchase goods and services. The exchanger rate 1N$ = 1SA Rand. 

Cell phone reception is very limited outside of main towns.

 

(Image: Erindi Private Game Reserve)