Best Time To Visit Namibia
The Best Time To Visit Namibia is in the Dry season from June to October, although it can be visited throughout the year. Wildlife viewing in all parks, but especially in Etosha, is best in the Dry season. The climate is generally dry and pleasant. Between December and March, some days will be humid and rain may follow, often in localized, afternoon thunderstorms. In the Wet season, animals move away from the waterholes and scatter around the park.
May to October –Dry Season – winter
November to April –Wet Season – summer
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That depends entirely on what you want to see.
There are three obvious areas in Namibia that all offer epic wildlife experiences.
Namibia’s scenery and sights are as astonishing
as they are varied, ranging from the Namib – the world’s oldest desert
Please consult your personal physician and/or a
travel clinic preferably 6 weeks prior to your departure.
Think of Africa and you might first think of
Tanzania for its incredible safari opportunities or Namibia for its winning combination of wildlife
Namibia is a barren land, as if it were another
world, but it is inviting and strangely familiar. It is a paradise for photographers – a land of
contrasts and clear colours.
Love it or loathe it, packing is an important
part of any holiday – and none more so than a Namibia safari.