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If you are looking for an enjoyable vacation, select from one of the exciting Namibia Tour Packages with Thrillophilia. Browse through the various packages and select the one that you feel to be apt for your dream holiday. The desert country of Namibia has much on offer and Thrillophilia packages covers them all. Be it visiting the ghost town of Kolmanskop, admiring the cave art at Twyfelfontein, or admiring the view of the places such as The Skeleton Coast, Caprivi Strip, or Fish River Canyon.

Namibia is famous for the Namib desert and you must check out various Namibia holiday packages designed for you to enjoy the beauty of the desert to the fullest. Starting from accommodation, transportation, foods to sightseeing, the packages cover everything. There are also various activities on offer by Thrillophilia with high discounts. You can opt to cross the dunes in a 4X4 vehicle, or go for an ATV ride. If a view from the sky is what you prefer, go for a balloon safari or helicopter ride. If you wish to do star gazing at night in the desert, check out the night camping packages on offer.

Avail our luxury Namibia tours for visiting the exciting national parks of Namibia, such as Etosha National Park, Waterberg Plateau National Park and Namib-Naukluft Park. Be rewarded by being able to spot some rare species at these parks. Avail Thrillophilia packages to make your trip last long in your memories.

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Which are the best places to visit on a Namibia tour?

1. Etosha National Park: One of the must inclusion in all Namibia tour packages is Etosha National Park. Known for being one of Africa’s greatest wildlife reserves, the park is home to a wide range of animals including, the endangered species of the cheetah and black rhino.

Tourists may also be able to spot the rare antelope species such as the black-faced impala, and roan antelope during their visit to this park. Etosha National park is also known for its awe-inspiring salt pan, which is so large that it is visible from space. During the safari, tourists can view abundant wildlife congregating around waterholes and salt pans.

Location:Etosha National Park, Namibia
Timing:Varies depending on sunrise and sunset: Opening at around 6 am and close at around 5 pm to 7 pm
Entry Fee:N$100 per adult, Children under 16 years can enter free.

2. Skeleton Coast: Skeleton Coast, a desert coast, is one of the places that is a must-visited place in all Namibia holiday packages. The park has the historical significance of having several shipwrecks lying on its shore.

Tourists on a safari to this park get a spooky feeling while exploring this place. This is owing to the presence of fog created due to conflicting temperatures between desert and sea. They can also experience the Skeleton Coast with an Audley fly-in safari and view the desert landscape with its wildlife from the sky.

Timing:9am to 8pm(Sat,Mon,Tue closed)
Entry Fee:Children (under 16) no charge; Adults N$ 100 per person

3. Fish River Canyon: Explore Fish River Canyon, the second biggest canyon in the world. Include this place with awe-inspiring scenery and vivid views in the luxury Namibia tours.

Get a glimpse of the surreal landscape of the Canyon that features a 160 km long and 27 km wide ravine with a mind-boggling depth of 550 meters. You may want to get the taste of adventure by going on a Canyon hike on one of the hiking trails.

Timing:24 hours
Entry Fee:N$80 per person and N$10 for vehicle

4. Namib-Naukluft Park: Every one of the Namibia holiday packages are incomplete without a visit to the Namib-Naukluft Park, situated in the oldest desert on the earth, Namib. Tourists feel delighted while visiting the two star attractions of the park: Sossusvlei and Sesriem. Sesriem is known for the deep canyon dug by the Tsauchab River, and Sossusvlei is a salt-clay pan surrounded by dunes.

Bird Lovers would feel an adrenaline rush in anticipation of spotting some beautiful bird species at Sandwich Harbour, which is situated in the north of the park. Visitors also feel mesmerised looking at the magnificent Naukluft Mountains located on the eastern side of the park. But the star attraction of this park is the endless Namib desert itself, which makes visitors feel lost amongst the dunes. Some popular activities tourists indulge in this park are dune boarding, sand-surfing, and 4x4-riding.

Location:Namib-Naukluft Park, Western Namibia
Entry Fee: N$100 per person

5. Sossusvlei: All the Namibia tour packages must include a visit to Sossusvlei, Namibia’s most spectacular attractions, known for housing some of the world’s tallest dunes. The Tsauchab River flowing across the place adds to its beauty.

Tourists visiting this place feel captivated looking at the tall dunes changing color with the change in the sunlight, especially during sunrise and sunset. They also feel fascinating looking at the clay pan with hundreds of camelthorn tree skeletons present in the place. Some tourists also opt to go hiking on the unique hiking trails with a guide.

Location:Namib Naukluft Park, Namibia
Entry Fee:The permit cost is N$80 per person. Children below 17 years can get permits free of cost. There is an additional permit cost per vehicle starting from N$10 (US$0.80).

6. Caprivi: The narrow strip of land between Botswana on the south with Angola and Zambia to the north is known as Caprivi. A visit to this place is worth an inclusion in all Namibia tour packages. The beautiful wetland is a pleasure to visit, especially for wildlife lovers.

Tourists can take a private tour to the Caprivi strip. You will be delighted to spot a variety of wildlife that includes a huge population of elephants and hippos, in one of the parks such as Kwando Game Park, Mudumu National Park, or Mamili National Park. You can also opt to go for a mashi River Safari to enjoy a trip amongst wildlife. Feel fascinated learning about Namibia’s traditional culture at the Mafwe Living Museum.

Location:Caprivi Strip, Namibia
Entry Fee:N$40 per person

7. Luderitz: Feel the glitters of diamond in the diamond town Luderitz, the place which housed the diamond mine of Kolmanskop. Get the essence of history in this town with ancient colonial buildings, which tells the story of how this town has been the first landing point for Europeans to enter Africa.

Some of the top attractions that are worth a visit are Felsenkirche: the church, historical sites Goerke Haus, Old Post Office, Lighthouse, and Luderitz Museum. Tourists should also take a tour of the now abandoned Kolmanskop.

Location:Luderitz, Namibia

8. Waterberg Plateau Park: Most Namibia holiday packages will include visiting Waterberg Plateau Park, a park on the Waterberg Plateau. The park and the plateau have been named after the table mountain that has arisen from the plateau.

Tourists feel excited driving around during their Self-driven safari while they feel the wilderness and spot rare animal species such as the Black Rhino, roan and sable antelope, etc. Some adventurous tourists also go for a hike to the Honeymoon Sundowner to make the tour more exciting.

Location:Waterberg Plateau National Park, Namibia

9. Swakopmund: Visit the beautiful coastal city of Namibia during one of the luxury Namibia tours. The city’s sandy beaches and colonial landmarks of the ancient period delight visitors.

Tourists love exploring places like the Swakopmund Lighthouse, Swakopmund Museum, and the Mole, an old sea wall. The Swakopmund Railway Station, which now has been converted to a hotel, is another popular place tourists delight in visiting. Adventurous tourists feel excited indulging in sports such as ATV rides, skydiving, desert flights, etc.

Location(of Bay):Strand St, Swakopmund, Namibia

10. Cape Cross: Captivating scenic views, beautiful bays, and one of the largest Cape Fur seal colonies across the world: this is what attracts tourists to Cape Cross Reserve. Home to around two lakhs seals, the small headland of Cape Cross is one of the most popular spots that tourists, with an eye to photography, delight in visiting.

Visitors use the raised walkway to get a closer look of the fur seals. Apart from the seals, you may also be able to spot black-backed jackals, brown hyenas, and a few other animals and birds. Those with an interest in history, will love visiting the replica padraos, a stone with inscription, and a small graveyard with historical importance.

Location:Cape Cross, Namibia
Timing:10 am to 5 pm
Price:N$100 per person

What are the best things to do on a Namibia tour?

1. Visit Dune 45: Explore the star dune of the Sossusvlei area of the Namib Desert in Namibia, Dune 45. Named due to its distance of 45 km from the desert entrance, Dune 45 is known to be the world’s highest dune.

Start your day early to watch the breathtaking view of the sun rising from the dune, making the dune glitter with light. Be sure to watch the sunset and its effect on the color of the dune before you leave this place.


2. Go to Moon Landscapes: Feel overwhelmed by the arid Moon Landscape, a place with moon-like topography of eroded hills and valleys, that has been carved by the Swakop River millions of years ago.

Go to the different viewpoints of the badland to enjoy a captivating view of the place from various angles. Enjoy the best view by visiting the place in the early morning or late afternoon.

Location:Welwitschia Drive, Swakopmund,Namibia

3. See ancient cave Paintings: Include a trip to Twyfelfontein, a World Heritage site, in your Namibia tour packages to marvel at the paintings and engraves. These paintings and engraves were found in the Apollo 11 Caves in the Huns Mountains centuries ago and were brought to Twyfelfontein.

Feel entranced, looking at the series of geometric and animal images that are engraved, and painted on seven stone slabs. These exquisite paintings and engravings give a glimpse of the Namibian culture and heritage of an ancient period dating back to 25,500 BCE.

Location:Twyfelfontein, Namibia
Timing:8 am to 5 pm
Entry Free:N$30 for adults and N$25 for children

4. Stargaze in the desert: Spending the night in the desert gazing at the stars in the clear sky in the absence of any artificial lighting around is something that can be enjoyed best in a desert.

In Addition, visitors are invited by the resident astronomer to take a look at the wonders of the sky through a telescope in the art observatory present in the desert. This is the reason this once-in-a-lifetime experience is a must inclusion in all the Namibia tour packages.

Location:Namib Desert,Namibia.
Entry Fee:N$80 per adult and N$10 per vehicle

5. Atv rides in the sand dunes: The undulating dunes of the deserts of Namibia are perfect for an ATV ride and must be included in all Namibia tour packages. Feel your adrenaline rush while you take the ride of your life on the golden dunes and pause to take a look at rare plants and wildlife.

Reach places that are not accessible by car, and get a closer look at the breathtaking view of the faraway places.

Location:Swakopmund and Walvis Bay
Timing:9 am, 11 am, 1 pm & 3 pm
Entry Fee:N$ 450 per person for 1 hour; N$550 per person for 90 minutes; N$650 per person for 2 hours.

6. Explore the Kolmanskop Ghost Town: If you want to have an eerie feeling, pay a visit to the well-known ghost town Kolmanskop. Built in 1908 and currently abandoned, it is now a place for a visit.

Tourists pour in to explore the skeleton structures of the ghost town with much interest. Then they visit the museum to know more about the town and their lifestyle. A knowledgeable guide accompanies them for the whole tour - pointing out, and narrating about the various buildings and making it more interesting.

Location:Near Port side of Luderitz, Southern Namibia
Timing:Sun - Sun 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Mon - Sat 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Entry Fee:N$75 per person. Children below the age of 15 can visit free.

7. Take a Tour of the Namib Desert: Take a tour of the glorious Namib Desert in a 4X4 and enjoy the ride over the undulated topography of dunes. Feel the thrill as you climb up and down a dune. Stop at the important dunes such as the Big Daddy, Big Mama, or the Dune 45. Feel awe-stricken looking at the gigantic dune of 300 meters in front of you.

Start your trip early to be able to see the breathtaking view of the sun rising in the desert. Observe how the dunes change color and start glittering when the sunlight falls on them. Explore the desert till dusk to enjoy another breathtaking view of the sun setting and the darkness falling in the desert.

Location:Namib Desert,Namibia.
Entry Fee:N$80 per adult and N$10 per vehicle

8. Witness the Majestic Epupa Falls: A trip to the Majestic Epupa Falls is a must include in any of the Namibia tour packages. Also known as Monte Negro Fall, Eupa is a series of large waterfalls with white water rapids, that is enchanting to look at.

Feel fascinated looking around the mist-shrouded atmosphere of the falls with fig trees, baobabs, and makhani palms all around. View the enchanting Kunene valley and river from the top of the fall. If you are looking for some adventure, go for white-water rafting upriver in the falls.

Location:43 D 3700 / C, Epupa, Namibia

How is the nightlife in Namibia?

1. Joe’s Beer House: If you are looking for a place where you can drink till the wee hours of the morning, look no further. Enjoy your night at this bar drinking an assortment of Namibian and German beers.

2. Café Balalaika: Cafe Balalaika is a cafe by day and a bar by night. Tourists enjoy live music and karaoke on the terrace at the cool bar with beer on tap.

3. Wine Bar in Windhoek: This historic mansion, which was earlier used to store the town’s water supply, now houses the premium South African wine selection of the city. Sip in a glass of wine with enjoyable snacks and tapas.

4. Boiler Room @ The Warehouse Theatre: Spend a wild night with live music and dance at one of the coolest places in the town.

5. Pharaoh Lounge: Chill out on the lounge chairs with a good cocktail and dance your night away.

6. Club London: Dance to the tunes of Angolan kizomba (fast-paced Portuguese-African music), hip-hop, traditional African, etc., or join a foam party or a glow-stick event.

What Namibia is famous for?

Fascinating Namibia is known for its spectacular array of landscapes ranging from dunes to granite mountains, salt pans, and endless savannahs. The country is also much known for its several wildlife reserves allowing tourists to enjoy safaris and birdwatching.

What is the best time of year to go to Namibia?

The best time to visit Namibia is between July to October. During this time, the temperature is just above 20 degrees centigrade, making it comfortable for traveling. The chances of rain spoiling your trip are also low. This time is also the best for wildlife tours and safaris.

Is Namibia safe for tourists?

Namibia is a safe country for tourists to visit. However, they need to be careful about petty incidences such as bag snatching, mugging, etc., especially during nighttime.

How much does a trip to Namibia cost?

A couple's trip to Namibia for a week should cost around N$15,602, with the daily cost per head coming to N$1,114. While the average hotel price for a couple is N$641 per night, they will need to spend an average of N$ 97 for meals per day and N$200 on local transportation per day.

How much is a safari in Namibia?

Namibia has several safari packages with different destinations and durations along with the choice of accommodation and tour type ( Self-driven, Private, or Shared tour). Accordingly, the cost may vary between N$ 2065 per day to N$ 16,437 per day.

Do you need a visa to go to Namibia?

Yes. A visa, along with a valid passport, is required for going to Namibia. The validity period is for 90 days. Tourists can obtain a single entry visa by paying USD50 as a processing fee.

What are the famous foods to try in Namibia?

Namibia has several mouthwatering traditional dishes. Few must-try ones are:

- Oshifima: a staple food with Mahangu( a porridge)
- Oodhingu: Dried meat
- Omboga: Dried wild Spinach
- Potjiekos: a small pot of food made of meat and vegetables
- Zambezi Bream: A fish dish
- Kapana: Grilled Beef
- Fat Cakes: Sweet brown bread balls
- Boerewors: a type of sausages
- Matangara: Beef or goat tripe

What are the adventurous things to do on a Namibia tour?

1. Hot Air Balloon: Experience a flight in a hot air balloon at dawn to watch the spectacular view of the rising sun over Namib Naukluft National Park.

2. Sand Boarding: Enjoy a thrilling activity of sandboarding in the region of Swakopmund. Feel an adrenaline rush while sliding down the dunes on a board made of hardwood.

3. Desert skydiving: An adventurous activity that should be included in all Namibia holiday packages is desert skydiving. Fly over the desert and feel mesmerized witnessing the beauty of the dunes.

4. Quad Bike Riding: Experience the thrill of riding the quad bike on the dunes and reach the areas which cannot be accessed by vehicle.

5. Horse Riding: Choose an overnight horse trail and feel the excitement of riding through the deserts for one to three days. Pass the dry Swakop riverbed with its unique fauna and flora and feel mesmerized at the view of the desert in the moon-landscape.

Which are the best sand dunes to explore during Namibia tour?

1. Sesriem: The desert outpost of Sesriem is the gateway to Sossusvlei and is the park office for Namib-Naukluft National Park. Enjoy watching the glorious view of the desert dunes from this small town.

2. Sossusvlei: Enjoy exploring some of the highest dunes of the world at Sossusvlei.

3. Deadvlei: Feel captivated looking at the picturesque view of the charcoal black skeleton trees with golden sand mountains behind.

4. Sesriem Canyon: Enjoy a breathtaking view of strange rocky formations amongst masses of sand with secluded pools of water and a mesh of trails while exploring the Sesriem Canyon.

5. Big Daddy: Explore the highest dune of the desert, the beastly Big Daddy, that towers all the other surrounding dunes with it. Brave it to the top or admire it from a distance.}

6. Dune 45: Located at a 45 km mark from the desert entrance, Dune 45 mesmerizes tourists during the sunrise and sunset with its breathtaking view.

7. Big Mama: You can also try climbing another famous dune known as Big Mama that sits opposite Big Daddy.

Which are the famous wildlife parks to explore in the Namibia tour?

1. Etosha National Park: Africa’s biggest wildlife reserve, Etosha National Park, is a must-visit place included in all Namibia tour packages. Tourists feel excited embarking on safari tours to this park known for its abundance of wildlife.

2. Waterberg Plateau National Park: Tourists love going on a self-drive safari to this park. They also stop at places to spot some rare species or to take a walk in the wilderness.

3. Namib-Naukluft Park: Enjoy the desert park situated on the Atlantic coast. Namib-Naukluft Park is famous for watching beautiful colorful birds and rare species of wild animals.It is also the starting point of the Namib desert and The Naukluft mountains form the esatern extension of this park.

4. Okonjima Nature Reserve: Wildlife lovers will love going for a self-guided walk in this wildlife park known for its leopards, cheetahs, and also wild dogs amongst other animals.

5. Kaokoveld: This place, located in the Kunene region, is known as a place for spotting the elephants living in the desert. Tourists also visit this secluded place to see the Epupa Falls, the Ovahimba Living Museum and the traditional villages in this area.

Which are the best places for balloon safari in Namibia?

1. Sossusvlei: Witness the full desert landscape from the sky while on a balloon safari. Feel mesmerized at the view of the mountains, landscapes, and the magnificent golden dunes. Observe the colors of the dunes changed during a sunrise safari and a sunset safari. Learn about the various dunes as you spot them from the sky.

2. Swakopmund: Take 45 minutes to an hour long balloon safari at Swakopmund. Soar up the ground to a height of 3500 feet, and then observe the enchanting beauty below. View the place where desert meets the sea, and admire the natural beauty of this beautiful country. Feel thrilled to be a part of this journey and enjoy helping in inflation of the balloon before take-off and deflating the balloon after reaching the ground.

Which are the best camping places in Namibia?

1. Sesriem Campsite: Delight is staying at the Sesriem Campsite, located near the entrance of the desert. Stay at one of the 24 shaded camps equipped with a fire pit, PowerPoint and tap. Enjoy delicious food at the restaurant and bar and indulge in shopping at the on-site shop.

2. Desert Quiver Camp: Feel enchanted to stay at the self-catering desert chalets all complete with a kitchenette, private terrace area, and an amazing view of the desert landscape.

3. Desert Camp: Located a little further from the park entrance, these luxurious self-contained cabins with a breathtaking view of the desert are sure to make your stay a memorable one.

4. Urban Camp: Located 3km from Windhoek city center, the Urban Camp is one of the most popular camping sites. Enjoy your stay at the tents with a patio and view of the garden.

5. Sossus Oasis Campsite: Feel enchanted staying near the desert at a campsite with its own swimming pool. Guests staying at this place enjoy a barbeque at night. They can enjoy a hot coffee in the evening at the coffee shop on the site.

Which are the best places for safari in Namibia?

1. Etosha: Go for a self-driven or group safari to Africa’s greatest wildlife reserve, Etosha National Park. Feel excited spotting some endangered species and few other animals found only in this part of the world.

2. Skeleton Coast: Enjoy the mysterious foggy atmosphere of the Skeleton Coast while on a safari to this desert coast.

3. Sossusvlei: Experience the most spectacular sites while on a safari to Sossusvlei and the Namib Desert. The magnificent landscape with captivating scenery and unique local settlements will make this safari remain in your memory for years to come.

4. Waterberg Plateau Park: Enjoy a self-drive safari at this park and have fun spotting several endangered species during your ride.

5. Damaraland(Palmwag): If you are keen to spot desert elephants, black rhino, Hartmann’s mountain zebra, greater kudu, gemsbok, eland, springbok, and several such exclusive creatures, you must go for a safari to Damaraland.

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