Things to Do in Namibia
With an eerie coast, a never-ending desert and a ghost town almost completely engulfed by a sea of sand, Namibia is the perfect destination to embrace Africa's wealth of activities beyond the traditional safari game drive.
Climbing the dunes of Sossusvlei, flying over the dramatic shores of the Skeleton Coast and encountering the desert-adapted wildlife in Etosha will give you a completely unique safari experience, compared to other safari destinations. Namibia is so remote and wondrously off the well worn tourist trail and you can take part in rhino tracking, dune walking, and quad-biking without encountering any kind of mass tourism.
As we are safari-specialists, we recommend exploring the wildlife and breathtaking scenery of Namibia national parks and wildlife areas, including Etosha, the Skeleton Coast, and Damaraland, but if you are feeling serious adventurous or looking to add something to the bucket list, then consider the extraordinary experience of a flying safari with the Schoeman Family (also known as Skeleton Coast Safaris).
Safari Parks in Namibia
From abundant Big Five viewing to breathtaking sights of desert rhino amidst spectacular sand dunes, Namibia’s safari parks are beyond compare.
Home to both the breathtaking shipwreck-strewn beaches of the Skeleton Coast and the sky-skimming orange dunes of Sossusvlei, Namibia never fails to amaze even the most seasoned explorers.