Imformation for traveling in Namibia






D1 Windhoek Country Club**** Standard Room
D2 Keetmanshoop Quarry Tree Manor Standard Chalet
D3 Luederitz Nest Hotel Standard Room
D4 Luederitz Nest Hotel Standard Room
D5 Sossusvlei Red Desert Sossue Dune Lodge Standard Chalet
D6 Sossusvlei Red Desert Sossue Dune Lodge Standard Chalet
D7 Walvis Bay Flamingo Villa**** Standard Room
D8 Walvis Bay Flamingo Villa**** Standard Room
D9 Etosha NP Okaukuejo Camp Double Room
D10 Etosha NP Okaukuejo Camp Double Room
D11 Erindi PGR Old Trader Lodge Double Room
D12 Air Plane Seat


Map of route:

Activities Choice:





Hot Air Balloon Red Sand 4 hours $510/person

Helicopter R1
Route 1: seriem canyon & elim dune

Red Sand 30mins $470/craft (1-3 people)
Helicopter R2
Route 2: sesriem canyon - dune 45 - elim dune
Red Sand 45 mins $740/craft (1-3 people)
Helicopter R3
Route 3: sesriem canyon - dune 45 - sossusvlei & elim dune
Red Sand 1 hour $990/craft (1-3 people)
Helicopter R4
Route 4: sossusvlei - deadvlei - coastal cliffs - seal colony - dune 45
Red Sand 1.5 hours $1720/craft (1-3 people)


Traveling in Namibia


The seaside cities in Namibia are affected by the Benguela cold current, and the temperature is low all year round, generally around 50-70F. When we have the boat ride in the Walvis Bay, the temperature is low, and the sea breeze is strong. It is recommended to bring a thick coat or fleece jacket and scarf. Similarly, when we take a helicopter in the morning, it will be windy, and the temperature is low. Be prepared to keep warm. At noon, the temperature will rise. The same, when we have boad ride on May 27, it will be windy as well. Besides, when we have desert adventure tour in May 27 afternoon, it may be sandy, don't change your lenses in the desert.

In Namibia, the temperature in winter from April to August is relatively low, and the daytime is about 50-70F. It is recommended to have a thin coat and a thick coat. Lightweight and tightly sealed outdoor shoes and sports shoes are recommended. Sometimes it gets to 32F at night.

Personal items: Passport, Covid-19 Vaccination Record Card, some dollar bills for tipping, sunglasses, sunscreen, hats, medicines, power bank, toiletries (some hotels do not provide) slippers, power strips or multi-hole sockets (Namibia voltage 220V, 50hz). For our group, our travel agent will provide a conversion plug in each room where the first hotel we stayed, and we can use it and take with us all the way to the last day and then return it to the travel agency.

Network: No signal most of the time. Some hotels have WIFI

Calling Card: $12/card with 14 days. 700 minutes of calls, 1500 texts and 3GB of data every 7 days

Camera equipment (for reference)

Two cameras (one for spare), mobile phone

Lens: Wide (Night, Landscape) Telephoto (Animals, Birds) Regular 28-105 (Humanities, Portraits, street shots, Landscapes)

Filters: polarizer (PL), Neutral density (ND) (option)

Tripod or monopod

Backup battery, memory card, head light

Drone: Not allows in private reserves and national reserves.