A Namibian honeymoon is certainly one you will never forget, so let Jacada Travel help you experience it in all the style, ease and romance your honeymoon ought to have.
For a couple who enjoy the truly extraordinary and have a taste for adventure, we offer completely bespoke, luxury Namibia honeymoon. Where your dedicated travel designer will help to plan a personalised flying safari itinerary for both you and your fiancee. We know how to make the most of your time in Namibia, as well as which lodges and hotels are best for couples but more importantly, with our long-standing expertise in creating such specialised trips as these, we can help make your honeymoon all about you and your interests.
We can also help you combine Namibia with other African destinations for a cross-country honeymoon trip.
From the soaring copper ‘sand sea’ of the Sossusvlei, big game and safari thrills in the Etosha National Park, to the desolate beauty of the Skeleton Coast, the remarkably remote luxury of the Kunene River and perhaps cultural encounters with the extraordinary Himba people. Namibia is an African adventure unlike any other.
Our Top Example Namibia Honeymoons
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 countries far east. 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.