Luxury Safaris

Namibia Luxury Safaris

Secret Namibia Luxury Safaris is the best way to experience the wonders of Namibia. With privacy, remoteness, comfort and sustainability at the forefront, these safaris are designed around you, the luxury traveller.
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Sossusvlei, Skeleton Coast, Etosha


7 days from NAD 64,000 pps *
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Kalahari, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Damaraland


7 days from NAD 68,900 pps *
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Sossusvlei, Damaraland, Etosha


7 days from NAD 78,700 pps *
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Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Damaraland, Kaokoland, Etosha, Waterberg


16 days from NAD 92,100 pps *
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Sossusvlei, Skeleton Coast, Kunene, Etosha


9 days from NAD 92,800 pps *
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Kalahari, Fish River Canyon, Luderitz, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Damaraland, Kaokoland, Etosha, Waterberg


19 days from NAD 108,750 pps *
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Destinations:

Namibrand, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Kaokoland, Etosha


11 days from NAD 173,200 pps *
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7 Fantastic Reasons to Travel Namibia in Style

When you think of visiting Namibia, visions of camping or roughing it in general probably come to mind. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, there are so many luxurious accommodations throughout Namibia that you don’t have to sacrifice your comfort level at all. From lavish hotels that feel like a private home to a safari camp with impeccable service and spacious luxury tents, there are some truly amazing places to stay in Namibia. If you’re planning on visiting this unique country soon, here are seven fantastic reasons why you should do so in style.

Travel in luxury while supporting local communities

One of the best reasons to travel Namibia in style is the fact that by staying at luxury lodges and tented camps, you’ll be able to support the local communities and economies in the area. The tourism industry in Namibia is growing at a rapid rate, and many Namibians have developed various businesses that cater to travellers. In places like Windhoek, Swakopmund, and Walvis Bay you’ll find luxury hotels, as well as other tourist-friendly services and products. However, the majority of these places are owned and operated by larger groups of companies, not locals. In order to support the local communities, many travellers choose to include some of Namibia’s many luxury lodges. By staying at these places, you’ll not only be receiving some of the best service in the country but also contributing to the local economy and supporting development. All of the rates at the luxury lodges include various tourism and community development levies that are used to support and uplift these communities. Many of the rates also include conservation levies that contribute to the conservation and protection of wildlife.

Discover Africa’s last great wilderness

If you’re looking to truly get away from it all and discover some of the planet’s last remaining wilderness areas, then you should make plans to visit Namibia. There are only 17 remaining wilderness areas in Africa, and the Namib Desert is one of them. If you’re lucky enough to visit in the springtime, you’ll be treated to a truly fascinating phenomenon known as the “turning of the sand” or “sailing of the sand.” Throughout the Namib Desert, millions of red and black ants create anthills that appear as if they’re sailing across the desert on the winds. Additionally, if you visit Namibia during the “green season,” which usually takes place between December and March, you’ll be able to experience some of the most diverse and prolific plant growth on the planet when the seemingly lifeless desert comes to life

Witness key wildlife sightings

If you’re a nature lover, then you should make it your mission to visit the Etosha National Park during your stay in Namibia. Etosha National Park is the country’s largest and most well-known park, and it’s home to a plethora of wildlife, including lions, cheetahs, zebras, and elephants. There are also many species of birds and reptiles found within the park, including ostriches and cobras. In addition to Etosha National Park, there are several other wildlife destinations throughout Namibia where you’re likely to see some of Africa’s most iconic species.

Escape the crowds and enjoy exclusive access to attractions

One of the best reasons to travel Namibia in style is that you can avoid the crowds and enjoy exclusive access to attractions that are often swarmed with tourists. Places like the Sossusvlei, Skeleton Coast, and Fish River Canyon are some of Namibia’s most popular attractions. While these places are certainly worth visiting, they’re often packed with tourists, which can make for an unpleasant experience. Instead of navigating through a large group of people, you can easily enjoy these attractions in a more peaceful and quiet manner while on a private luxury safari

Explore unique landscapes in the Namib Desert

The Namib Desert is a truly fascinating place that features some of the most unique landscapes on the planet. The desert is covered in sand dunes that are as high as 750 feet tall, and it’s the world’s oldest desert. If you’re lucky enough to visit the Namib Desert during a sandstorm, you’ll be able to see the desert’s sand dunes transform into an actual river of sand. In the early morning hours, you’ll be able to witness some of the most spectacular sunrises on the planet. Visiting the Namib Desert is truly a one-of-a-kind experience, and it’s one that you can’t miss out on if you’re visiting Namibia.

Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites

If you’re a lover of history, architecture, and world architecture, there are several UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Namibia that you can visit during your stay. There are various fortresses, churches, and plantations that were built during colonial times, and many of these architectural wonders are still standing today. There are also many indigenous settlements and villages where you can learn about the history of the Herero and Nama people. These places are truly fascinating to visit, and they’re a must-see for any history buffs visiting Namibia.

Conclusion

If you’re looking for a completely unique travel experience, then Namibia is the perfect place for you. This country is unlike any other place in the world, and it offers something for everyone. Whether you’re a history buff or you enjoy wildlife or nature, you can find something fascinating to do in Namibia. In order to truly make the most out of your visit, you should make plans to travel to Namibia in style.

What Our Clients Say

Well worth the time and money, we are already looking forward to doing it again. Namibia's diversity makes it a fantastic safari destination.

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Faye Pearson
Johannesburg
Namibia Highlights Safari

Our trip to Namibia was one of our greatest holidays to date. We left the country revitalised and our minds filled with great memories. Thank you Secret Namibia for guiding us in creating an amazing safari holiday.

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Ray Phillips
Greater London
Best Of Namibia Guided Safari

What an amazing time we had. Everyone should try this trip at least once in their life. I'll be recommending this to all my friends!

JS

Absolutely amazing country and holiday!

MülF

What a holiday we had! We visited Namibia during Winter 2021, and we were spoilt by the amount of wildlife we saw. Secret Namibia went out of their way to make our trip memorable

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Dr. Richard Anderson
Oregon
Extravagant Namibia Fly-In Safari

Namibia is a fascinating country, so much wide open space, but still plenty to see. Your eyes will be permanently entertained. Thank you for all your suggestions

SA