Luxury Namibia Safaris and Tours
Namibia is one of the world’s true wildernesses. One of the least densely population nations on earth, it is a land of limitless horizons, endless sand dunes, oases of fascinating wildlife and ancient culture.
As a luxury safari destination, Namibia can boast all the ‘Big Five’ animals: Etosha National Park in the north is one of the great African game parks. To the south, Namibia is dominated by the enormous and empty Namib Desert and the towering red dunes of Sossusvlei, whilst the remote Skeleton Coast National Park is littered with mysterious shipwrecks and rugged Damaraland is home to herd of desert elephants.
There is an emphasis is on small, remote and environmentally sensitive lodges, so the sense of being in the wild remains alluringly intact. Given the vast distances – and spectacular landscapes best seen from above – our flying safaris and fully guided tours of Namibia will get you to the farthest flung corners. Overlanding between the main sites in a loop from the capital, Windhoek, is also an option for those that love a road trip.
Get inspired by browsing through some of our most popular example trips below. Then call one of our expert Namibia Travel Designers to start planning the journey of a lifetime.
Our Top Example Trips to Namibia
Starting with the first email, our experience with Jacada was great! Tessa and her team were professional and informative. They tailored an amazing trip to Namibia that I will never forget.The trip went off seamlessly. We simply relaxed and enjoyed the beautiful scenery, wonderful experiences, and truly amazing animal sightings. The lodges were comfortable with friendly and hospitable staff. We enjoyed getting to know our guides, who have so much knowledge to share.I highly recommend Jacada, specifically Tessa and her team. They made my dream of traveling to Africa a reality that I will never forget!I hope to go back again someday, with Jacada's help of course, to see more.
Need to Know
When to go
Namibia rarely receives rain, except for in the far east of the country. Between December and March is the humid, rainy season with chances of afternoon thunderstorms. Wildlife viewing in all parks, but especially in Etosha, is best in the dry season from June to October.