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.
If you are looking for adventure, spectacular scenery and the remotest parts of Africa, then a safari to Namibia should certainly be on your list of things to do. There is something different waiting around every corner and there is no other place quite like it in Africa! There are a few factors that make Namibia so unique:
- Sossusvlei boasts the world’s most easily accessible, well-preserved and striking desert landscape
- Damaraland has the largest population of free-roaming black rhino in Africa
- Central Namibia showcases the country's progressive conservation efforts
- Etosha is a fantastic reserve to spot Namibia’s desert-dwelling elephant wildlife
For more inspiration, take a look at the parks and reserves below:
Namibia’s most iconic region, Sossusvlei draws in photographers and adventurers alike to climb the sand dunes that rise as high as skyscrapers.
Damaraland is a wild and unique landscape that is home to a surprising density of desert-dwelling game, including desert elephant and rhino.
Etosha National Park Safaris
Etosha is Namibia’s most famous safari park. Big game is abundant here, with it being one of the finest places in Africa to view the Big Five.
Skeleton Coast National Park
Stretching up the northern coast for 500 kilometers, the Skeleton Coast is a real contender as the most beautiful part of Namibia.
Kunene River Safaris
The Kunene River region of Namibia is one of our favorite places in Africa. This fly-in destination is home to some of the most amazing scenery in the country, as well as boating safari and cultural experiences with the nomadic Himba tribe.