Stunning Safari & Tour Destinations in Namibia

Safari & Tour Destinations in Namibia

As experienced tour operators in Namibia, we know the best Destinations to explore for an exciting safari adventure

Namib Desert / Sossusvlei Area

Namib Desert at 80 million years, it is believed to be the world’s oldest desert. Home to the world’s famous, and most beautiful dune field of Sossusvlei.

Quiver Tree Forest

The quiver tree or’ Kokerboom’ is indigenous to the hot and dry condition of the southern part of Namibia. The quiver trees are so named because the ancient Bushmen used to manufacture quivers from the bark of the trees, in which to carry their arrows

Kalahari Desert

It runs along its south eastern border with Botswana, with its reddish/apricot colour. The Kalahari Desert often surprises people when they first see it. It is very different from the Namib. First of all, remember that the Kalahari is not a desert. It receives more rain than a true desert should. The Kalahari is a fossil desert. The Kalahari’s dunes are very different, they are usually greener and less stark – and with this vegetation comes its ability to support more flora and fauna than a true desert.

Fish River Canyon

The Fish River Canyon in Namibia is (allegedly) the 2nd largest canyon in the world after the Grand Canyon. The immensity of this magnificent landscape is truly breath taking. The towering rock faces and deep ravines were formed by water erosion and the collapse of the valley due to movements in the earth's crust over 500 million years ago. Today the canyon measures 160km long up to 27km wide and almost 550m at its deepest. It is fair to say that when you arrive at the canyon though, its exact location is a bit of a mystery as the 500m vertical drop from the flat dry plateau is completely out of view.


It is a ghost town in the Namib Desert near the port town of Luderitz, were diamond were first discovered in the early 1900. It was named after a transport driver named Johnny Coleman who, during a sand storm, abandoned his ox wagon on a small incline the settlement. Kolmanskop is popular with photographers for its settings of the desert sands' reclaiming this once this thriving town.


Swakopmund is Namibia’s premier holiday resort with its good beaches and hotels along the Atlantic Ocean. It offers many activities both for adventure and relaxation. Founded in 1892 by captain Curt von Francois as the main harbor for the German colony, while the natural deep-sea harbor at Walvisbay belonged to the British at that time.


Namibia’s major harbour town, with its’ Ramsar site’ and birder Paradise the WalvisBay Lagoon, its regarded as the most important wetland for coastal birds in Southern Africa. Activities in Walvisbay ranging from Kayaking, angling from the boat, 4x4 trips in the dunes, Ocean board cruises or a day visit to sandwich harbour to see how the hot Namib desert meet the cold Atlantic ocean.

Cape Cross / Skeleton coast

Cape Fur colony at Cape cross is the seal reserve situated north of Swakopmun. It is home to more than 100’000 breeding seals at some times of the year, and has the biggest population of cape fur seals that breed along the coast of Namibia.

Etosha National park

Etosha National Park was declared a national park in 1967. It spans an area of 22,270km (8600 sq mi). The park got its name from the large Etosha pan which is within the park and covers 23% of the park. The park is home to about 114 mammals, 340 bird species, it boasts some of Africa’s best wildlife viewing opportunities and also house four of the Africa’s big five such as Lions, Leopards, Elephants and Rhinos, and many other species of antelopes.

Twyfelfontein / Damaraland

The Unesco World Heritage Site & Unique Ancient Rocks Engravings. The valley was declared a National monument in 1952, and heritage site in 2007 by Unesco. with more than 2500 rocks art and few paintings. The site is believed to have the largest concentration of rocks art in Africa.

Palmwag Concession

The concession supports the largest free roaming population of black rhinos and desert adapted Elephats. The predator population is the largest outside of the Etosha National park, lions, leopards, cheetahs, brown and spotted hyena are also roaming this area.

Waterberg Plateau

Waterberg is a national park in central Namibia, it boasts an area of about 405 square kilometers and was declared a nature reserve in 1972. The Plateau and the National park are named after the prominent Table Mountain that rises from the plateau, The Waterberg (Afrikaans - water mountain). As the plateau is largely inaccessible from beneath several of Namibia’s endangered species were relocated there to protect them from predators and poaching.

Hoba Meteorite

The world’s largest meteorite found on earth lies in Namibia at Hoba farm, about 20 km west of Grootfontein. The 50 tonnes mass of nickel and iron is about 300 million years old. It crashed to earth some 30 000 to 80 000 years ago.

Kaokoland / Kaokoveld

The Himba are a tribe of nomadic people and inhabitant of Kaokoland North West of Namibia. You will have an opportunity to visit and mingle with Himba people at their villages and also learn about their culture.

© All rights reserved, , Mannor Safaris & Tour Operator in Namibia,
Developed & Hosted by Miniwebs
(Whatsapp us for a faster response) Facebook
Call us now