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Namibia Campsites

Land of contrasting landscapes, from the desolate Skeleton Coast and the unforgiving Namib desert to the superb wildlife experiences at Etosha National Park and the Caprivi Strip. Blessed with rich natural resources, a modern infrastructure, amazing caravan parks and campsites and diverse traditional cultures, Namibia never fails to enthrall visitors.

Sophia Dale Base Camp - Campsite in Namiba

Latest Resort Rating
Lake Oanob Resort
Hardap, Rehoboth
1
Total Ratings: 1
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Rated: 03 Jul 2024
Type of Resort:
Family with children: 1
Party and youth: 0
Quiet and mature without children: 0
Naukluft National Park, Sesriem Camp
Hardap, Sesriem
4
Total Ratings: 4
4   
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Rated: 15 Nov 2023
Type of Resort:
Family with children: 1
Party and youth: 0
Quiet and mature without children: 0
/Ai-/Ais Richtersveld Transfrontier Park, /Ai-/Ais Hotsprings Spa - NWR
Erongo, Omaruru
3
Total Ratings: 3
3   
0
Rated: 18 Oct 2023
Type of Resort:
Family with children: 2
Party and youth: 0
Quiet and mature without children: 0
Popa Falls Resort
Otjozondjupa, Otjiwarongo
3
Total Ratings: 3
2   
1
Rated: 03 Oct 2023
Type of Resort:
Family with children: 0
Party and youth: 0
Quiet and mature without children: 1
Kupferquelle Resort
Oshikoto, Tsumeb
3
Total Ratings: 3
3   
0
Rated: 03 Oct 2023
Type of Resort:
Family with children: 1
Party and youth: 0
Quiet and mature without children: 0

Wedged between the Kalahari and the chilly South Atlantic, Namibia’s charms are well known in neighbouring South Africa, but travellers have only recently discovered it’s deserts, seascapes, bushwalking and boundlessness. Blessed with rich natural resources, a solid modern infrastructure and diverse traditional cultures, Namibia is a beautiful country of vast potential.

The desolate Namib desert is said to be the oldest in the world, with its high dunes and awe-inspiring sense of space. This feeling of tranquillity and stillness combines with a landscape which is singular in it’s colours, full of contrasting light and shade. In addition, the diversity if it’s people creates a rich blend of cultures and traditions. Namibia never fails to enthral it’s visitors.

Namibia Attractions

Central Region: Windhoek, Katutura, Spitzkoppe, Gamsberg Pass, Kuiseb Canyon, Windhoek National Botanical Gardens, Daan Viljoen Nature Reserve, Gross Barman Hot Springs, Zoo Park, Hero's Acre, Reiterdenkmal, Windhoek National Art Gallery.

Namib Region: Skeleton Coast, Swakopmund, Namib Desert, Luderitz, Shipwrecks, Spencer Bay, Brandberg Massif, Walvis Bay, Cape Cross Seal Reserve, Klinghardt
Mountians, Hata Angu-Swakop Township Tours.

Northern Region: Caprivi Strip, Okavango River, Kwando River, Chobe River, Zambezi River, Bushmanland, Damaraland, Kaokaland, Etosha National Park, Ruacana Falls, Epupa Falls, Ugab River Valley, Khaudum Game Reserve.

Southern Region: Namib-Naukluft Park, Sossus Vlei, Sesriem Canyon, Ais Ais Hot Springs, Fishriver Canyon, Kolmanskoppe, Duwisweb Castle, Quiver Tree Forests.

Travelling Tips

Entry Requirements
A Passport valid six months after date of entry; contact your nearest travel agent or embassy for up-to-date information.

Currency
The Namibian Dollar, SA Rand, Visa and MasterCard are accepted.  No credit cards are accepted at petrol stations.

Tax
All goods and services are priced to include value added tax of 15%.  Visitors may reclaim VAT at the Hosea Kutako International Airport, Eros- and Walvis Bay Airport.

What to bring
Summer: bring cool cotton clothing and loads of sunblock.  Winter: bring light clothing with a sweater or jacket for cool mornings and evenings.