Where to go in Namibia
List of regions
Etosha National Park is one of Africa's great reserves with game viewing on par with the Kruger, Serengeti and Masai Mara.
The area around the Fish River Canyon in Namibia's far south is arguably the most desolate yet most impressive in the country.
The Caprivi Strip is a verdant panhandle shaped area of land jutting into the area north of Botswana's famous parks and reserves.
Namibia's Kalahari Desert borders Botswana and South Africa in the south. Technically the Kalahari is not a desert at all, rather the largest continuous stretch of sand.
Namibia's capital city, Windhoek, is located in the central highlands, spread over a series of picturesque valleys.
The towering dunes of Sossuvlei inside the Namib-Naukluft Park - the largest nature reserve in Africa - offer the most evocative landscapes of this dramatic country.
The Skeleton Coast stretches north from Swakopmund to the mouth of the Kunene River, marking the border with Angola.
Namibia's national parks and reserves are epic in stature and a feature of most Namibia holidays. The Namib-Naukluft is the largest nature reserve in Africa, made up of the towering blazing-orange dunes of Sossusvlei and the Sperrgebiet forbidden diamond zone.
Namibia's coastal towns are a highlight of any Namibia holiday. These former colonial outposts on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean have long drawn explorers and chancers with a frontier spirit.