Southern Africa Explorer

An excellent, value for money trip. My sister was especially impressed, having little previous experience of camping. The office did an excellent job dealing with our booking.

L, Walbran | Melbourne, VIC



Take an adventure holiday to Namibia with World Expeditions, one of the world’s leading travel companies.

Namibia is divided into 3 distinct topographical regions:

Namib Desert: Long narrow coastal desert 50km-140km, extending along the entire coastline and interspersed with dune belts, dry riverbeds and deeply eroded canyons.

Central Plateau: Runs from North to South with an average altitude between 1000-2000 m. This area has breathtaking landscapes, rugged mountain, rocky outcrops, sand filled valleys and endless plains.

Kalahari Desert: Long vegetated dunes of red sand extend through this area. It spans dense bush covered plains north east of the Etosha Pan including the high rainfall areas of Kavango and Caprivi, tropical forest, perennial rivers and woodland savannah. Namibia is the first country in the world to include protection of the environment and sustainable utilisation of wildlife in its constitution.

Namibia has 1 826 million people and a population density that is one of the lowest in the world at less than 2 people per km².

Featured Adventures

African Wilderness in Comfort

A quality overland traverse through South Africa, Namibia and Botswana and ending in Zimbabwe. Highlights include Table Mountain, Augrabies Falls National Park, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Swakopmund, Namibian Desert, Etosha National Park, Okavango River, Chobe River and Victoria Falls.
22 days |
Reviews 7

Botswana Elephant Trail

Explore the diverse ecosystems of the Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park in Bostwana, the semi-arid parks of Namibia and Victoria Falls in Zambia
15 days |
Reviews 1

Desert Rivers and Wildlife in Comfort

Abundant wildlife, scenery and cultural attractions through Namibia and Botswana to the incredible Victoria Falls, in accommodated overland style
15 days |

Experience Etosha

Experience some of Southern Africa's best wildlife viewing at Namibia's renowned Etosha National Park
3 days |

Namibia Family Adventure

A superb family trip combining adventure, wildlife and camping in the desert
10 days |

Namibia to Victoria Falls Explorer

An unforgettable fully serviced scenic camping safari from Namibia to the Okavango Delta and Victoria Falls
15 days |

Okavango and Namibia Explorer

A journey to experience the best of Namibia and the Okavango Delta in Botswana on a limited participation safari
15 days |
Reviews 1

Sossusvlei Experience

A snapshot of the Namib-Naukluft National Park and the giant sand dunes at Sossusvlei
3 days |

Southern Africa Explorer

A classic overland, fully serviced camping traverse through South Africa, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe. Highlights include Okavango Delta, Cape Town, Fish River Canyon, Swakopmund, Namib Desert, Etosha National Park, Victoria Falls and Chobe River.
21 days |

Namibian Experience

An adventure including the best of Namibia's wildlife, wilderness and culture
14 days |
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The Weather in Namibia

Summer (October-April) Average interior temperatures range from 20C-34C during the day. Temperatures above 40C are often recorded in the extreme north and south of the country.

The coast influenced by the cold Benguela current, boasts a relatively stable range of 15C-25C. Heavy fog is fairly common at night. Humidity is generally very low in most parts of Namibia, but can reach as high as 80% in the extreme north during summer.

The rainy season is from October - April. The average annual rainfall varies from less than 50mm along the coast to 350mm in the central interior and 700mm in the Caprivi. 

Winter (May-September) Temperatures in the interior range from 18C-25C during the day. Below freezing temperatures and ground frost are common at night.

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