Desert Bliss
The oldest desert in the world, Namibia, is a place of startling contrasts. It boasts a distinguished desert, wild ocean, dunes, mountains and a fascinating melting pot of diverse cultures, wildlife and scenery.

Desert Bliss

Other than the obvious gigantic sand dunes of the Namib Desert, this Southern African country is a place of peace and surprising contrasts. Sparsely populated and home to dramatic scenery which is so strikingly beautiful it almost looks unreal! Getting there is fairly straight forward with a flight into Windhoek and charter planes to the isolated, key areas.

Visit legendary destinations such as the shipwreck strewn Skeleton Coast, Etosha National Park and the towering Sossusvlei sand dunes, all ruggedly beautiful and brimming with desert-adapted wildlife. 

The desert bliss favourites we like to recommend are Little Ongava Lodge, an inspiring and soulful lodge in the Ongava Game Reserve bordering Etosha National Park; Sossusvlei Desert Lodge, a romantic and luxurious experience and Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp, a remote off-the-beaten-track experience.

Daily scheduled charter flights easily link remote destinations, making Namibia a must-do diverse and noval desert safari!

Caroline's Hot Tips

There’s no better desert experience! Explore the Sossusvlei Dunes, Damaraland, the Skeleton Coast and Etosha, all of which are easily accessed by chartered flights!

Spend three to four nights at each location.

If you prefer to take it slowly and self drive, the roads are flat and easy, and although distances are long you cover more ground!

Spend time star gazing!