Information on tourism destination for Namibia
Information on the Safari Regions of Botswana
Namibia is one of Africa's dry countries, and with the Namib and Kalahari deserts dominating the landscape, it has some of the most spectacular desert ecosystems in the world. Namibia has 5 permanent rivers forming borders with neighbouring countries. Orange River in the south divides Namibia from South Africa, while Kunene in the north forms a border with Angola. The Kavango, Kwando, Linyanti, and Chobe rivers divide the country with Botswana, while the Zambezi River separates it from Zimbabwe and Zambia. Etosha National Park and reserves in Caprivi offer exceptional game viewing all year round due to the desert habitat, but Namibia is at its best during the dry season, from May to November. Namibia has a multitude of destinations to explore and is incredibly well-equipped for a self-drive adventure. Swakopmund, Etosha National Park, Damaraland, Walvis Bay, Chobe River Front, Kwando River and Katima Mulilo are just a few destinations which offer a wide range of lodges and camps. There are 4x4 vehicles available for rental allowing guests to tailor-make their itinerary; alternatively, there are set or scheduled departure tours available.