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Fishing in Namibia is divided into coastal and fresh water fishing.

At the coast, fishing is a large industry and accounts for a great deal of the annual income of coastal towns. We offer fishing excursions along the Namibian coast, focusing mainly on popular locations surrounding Henties Bay and the Skeleton Coast.

Fish that can be expected at the coast are kabeljou, steenbra, salt water barbel, galjoen, bronze whaler shark, spotted gulley shark, sting ray, St. Joseph’s shark, etc.

Further inland, fishing is mainly done at the various dams in the country, such as the Hardap dam. Common fresh water fish include carp and catfish.

quad bike tours

Quad biking is often seen as the domain of adrenaline junkies but we offer tamer tours that suit any skill level.

Explore the magnificent dunes along Namibia’s west coast on a quad bike to experience the desert from a whole new perspective. Dune expeditions are available around the Swakopmund /Walvis Bay area within designated areas.

West coast. 


The vibrant capital of Namibia offers a cosmopolitan atmosphere where people of all cultures and backgrounds converge.

Colourful and modern with splashes of old-worldly charm, Windhoek is the first stop for most foreign visitors upon arrival in Namibia.

Central Namibia
22.5609° S, 17.0658° E

Main Attractions:
Art galleries   •   Local arts and crafts   •   Museums   •   National monuments   •   Shopping

more about windhoek

Capital of Namibia, Windhoek was founded in 1890 when the area was colonised by the Imperial German Army. Since then the city has grown tremendously and has become the industrial, political and economic centre of the country.

The geographical landscape surrounding most of Windhoek is made up of rocky, mountainous areas, resulting in a very impressive horizon from almost any vantage point.

Despite its industrial bustle, Windhoek is still a worthy destination for tourists and visitors. The Heroe’s Acre, Alte Feste Museum, Schweringsburg Castle, St. Mary’s Cathedral, National Museum of Namibia, Clock Tower and Township Tours are just a few attractions offered by Namibia’s capital, not to mention the multitude of shops and malls throughout the city.


Located in the extreme north-east of Namibia, a small strip of land divides Botswana, Angola and Zambia. Lush in vegetation and rich in wildlife, this narrow stretch of natural beauty has a lot to offer visitors.



North-East Namibia
Various locations


Main Attractions:
Birdwatching, Photography


Spanning an impressive 70 719 hectares, the Erindi Private Game Reserve is a prime destination for lovers of the outdoors. With an amazing variety of wildlife roaming mostly free on the reserve, partnered with the beautiful landscape, Erindi is an excellent location for wildlife- and birdwatching.

Erindi is a veritable paradise where one can fully appreciate the wildlife numbering more than 10 000 animals and 310 species of birds. Opportunities for aspiring and professional photographers are in no short supply.


Central Namibia
21.4640° S, 16.3935° E


Main Attractions:
Birdwatching, Game drives, Photography


One of the most amazing conservation areas on Earth, the Erindi Private Game Reserve offers an authentic, unadulterated and unforgettable game viewing experience.

Erindi Private Game Reserve offers a huge selection of exciting species (in the greatest numbers), the most dynamic and informed guides, the finest cuisine, the best facilities, and the friendliest welcome you could imagine. The reserve comprises of pristine wilderness and presents an amazing array of diverse landscapes – from golden savannah to dense bush with mountains, natural waterholes, grasslands and pans.

Get ready to experience the ultimate bush luxury in an environment geared up for relaxed game viewing.

Etosha National Park

A large national park characterised by its salt pan and wide expanses of savannah, the Etosha National Park is one of the top destinations for tourists visiting Namibia.

With a wealth of free-roaming game and large number of bird species, it offers something for everyone. A truly unforgettable experience, exploring Etosha should be part of every itinerary.


Northern Namibia
18.8556° S, 16.3293° E


Main Attractions:
Birdwatching, Game drives, Photography


The Etosha National Park is one of the most popular and accessible nature reserves in Namibia and Southern Africa, offering well-maintained roads. Within the borders of the park visitors will find the Etosha Salt Pan, spanning around 4731km, and have the opportunity to spot an incredible 114 species of mammal, including 4 of the Big Five.

Animals that can be found living in the park include lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, giraffe, wildebeest, cheetah, hyena, zebra, springbok, kudu, gemsbok and eland as well as a large number of smaller mammals such as the bat-eared fox, jackal, warthog and honey badger to name but a few.

The Park offers a wide variety of activities and is a favourite location for wildlife- and birdwatching. There are also shops for those who would like to have a memento of their time there.


A world heritage site situated in the center of the Namib.

Witness unforgettable, spectacular sunrises and sunsets over the Dead Vlei while having a glass of champagne.

Southern Namibia
24.7299° S, 15.3318° E

Main Attractions: 
Photography   •   Scenic flights   •   World Heritage Site

more about sossusvlei

Located in the Namib Desert and more specifically the Namib-Naukluft Park, Sossusvlei is a salt and clay pan surrounded by red dunes.

Although the origin of the name “Sossusvlei” which translates to “Dead-End Marsh” can sound somewhat sinister, the area is one of the most beautiful and captivating in Namibia.

In order to reach Sossusvlei one must travel through the Sesriem Gate, located in the Sesriem Canyon, which is a worthy destination in itself. Sossusvlei is among the most popular tourist destinations in the country and with good reason. With its high red dunes (eg. Big Daddy which is measured at about 325m in height), Deadvlei, Hiddenvlei and the petrified dunes, the Sossusvlei area has no shortage in breathtaking sights.

The Sossusvlei Lodge is located at the entrance gate to the Sesriem Canyon and offers a wide variety of exciting activities including hot-air ballooning, quad-biking, helicopter flights and nature walks to name a few.


The vibrant coastal town of Swakopmund enchants and delights with its beautiful architecture and long stretches of beach.

Spectacular sunsets over the Atlantic Ocean on clear days make for unforgettable sundowners and photos.


West Coast
22.6467° S, 14.6005° E


Main Attractions:
Adventure sports, Local arts and crafts, Photography, Shopping


One of the largest coastal towns in Namibia, Swakopmund was founded in 1892. It derives its name from the nearby Swakop river and literally translates to “Swakop Mouth” in German. Swakopmund still bears much of its German heritage which is noticeable in its architecture and large number of German-speaking residents.

Some of the town’s main attractions are the Swakopmund Museum, the National Marine Aquarium, the Crystal Gallery, the Jetty and the beautiful German architecture. There are also a large number of curio shops, lovely cafés and restaurants. Fishing, swimming, surfing, quad biking and camel rides are also a favourite pastime of locals and visitors alike.


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