Namibia Luxury Holidays

Stark scenery, nomadic tribes & starry skies

Discover this fascinating and unique country

Named after the Namib desert for which it is famed, this country has so much more to offer as well

Namibia is named after the world’s oldest desert, the Namib. Although there are large expanses of desert and dunes, the Southern African country offers much more than just stretches of sand. You’ll find miles of coast, rivers, wetlands and grass plains to explore too.

Azure’s luxury Namibian holidays take you to the heart of the national parks and deserts. On our exclusive tours, you’ll stay in first-class retreats from where you can spot wildlife and enjoy stunning scenery and gourmet meals.


A luxury safari in Namibia is the ideal way to encounter the country’s spectacular wildlife. In the Etosha National Park, you’ll get up-close sightings of elephants, black rhinos and many species of game that roam the plains.

Damaraland is the place to see desert-adapted elephants and free-ranging rhinos, while Hartmann’s valley is where you’ll be able to spot crocodiles swimming in the Kunene River.

Remote wilderness

Head for the barren, sand-swept coastline to experience the remote wilderness, where you may not see another person all day.

Fish River Canyon is a huge natural structure which is 160km long, with the inner canyon reaching a depth of 550km. It’s one of the most popular attractions in the country, and adventure-seekers can enjoy a scenic hike along the plateau and enjoy sweeping views.

There’s also the expansive desert of Sperrgebiet National Park, but unfortunately much of the area is inaccessible to the public despite its national park status.

Food and drink

Meat is celebrated in Namibia and is often cooked outdoors. The local farmers breed cattle that live entirely off the savannah grass and shrubs to produce quality organic beef. Be sure to taste braaivleis, a traditional type of meat barbecue. Venison and lamb are popular too, and there’s also the chance to sample more unusual meats such as ostrich, springbok and crocodile.

Another favourite Namibian dish is Potjiekos - a spicy stew of fish and chicken cooked in a pot over an open fire. The ocean also provides a range of fresh seafood, including the delicious Lüderitz oysters.

If you want to indulge, try Namibian truffles and omajawa, which are large fleshy mushrooms that only grow at the foot of termite hills for a short period after the February rains. The Namibian beer Nambrew has won several international awards and will make a refreshing accompaniment to your meal.

Why Namibia?

where to stay


Our specialists are experts at putting together complex holidays and can help you to tailor-make your perfect trip. Below is a selection of the hotels we love in the region, but it is by no means exhaustive, so do please give us a call on 01244 322770 and we can help you to create the trip of your dreams, complete with the hotels and experiences that are perfect for you.

  1. Zannier Hotels Omaanda

    Zannier Hotels Omaanda

    Somewhat unusually, the story of Omaanda begins with a chance meeting - a conversation with film star and activist Angelina Jolie.
  2. Okonjima Luxury Bush Camp

    Okonjima Luxury Bush Camp

    Okonjima Lodge is a luxurious family-run property that is located below the Omboroko Mountains in Namibia.
  3. Little Ongava

    Little Ongava

    If you dream of rhino tracking and going on safari on the vast African plains, then Little Ongava - a private game reserve situated close to Etosha National Park in Namibia - is the perfect destination.
  4. Etosha Mountain Lodge

    Etosha Mountain Lodge

    If you want to spend time in the Namibian wilderness, then Etosha Mountain Lodge makes a fabulous choice.
  5. Hoanib Valley Camp

    Hoanib Valley Camp

    Hoanib Valley Camp is one of the best places to spot lions, giraffes, elephants, rhino and mountain zebras - not only in Namibia, but in the whole of Africa.
  6. Little Kulala Lodge

    Little Kulala Lodge


    Little Kulala Lodge is in Namibia on the dry Arub riverbed, part of the Kulala Wildlife Reserve. This Lodge offers many ways to explore the Namib Desert, walking, driving, quad biking or soaring high in a hot air balloon.

  7. Shipwreck Lodge, Skeleton Coast

    Shipwreck Lodge, Skeleton Coast

    Located on the staggeringly stark but beautiful Namibian coast, the Skeleton Coast National Park stretches from Swakopmund to the Kunene River. As you drive along the coast road towards the lodge, you are flanked on both sides by the increasingly mysterious and eerie Namib desert.
  8. Shamwari Private Game Reserve

    Shamwari Private Game Reserve

    Luxury and nature combine to magnificent effect at Shamwari Private Game Reserve. Your stay is an experience like no other. Situated in the Eastern Cape, wildlife and fauna exist here in abundance and make for the most wondrous of holidays.

Our Destination Specialists


our destination specialist

Jessica Jones Specialist area: Caribbean & Indian Ocean 26 years in travel industry
Paul Jones Specialist area: Asia & Indo-China 26 years in travel industry
Julie Crump Specialist area: Africa 37 years in travel industry

Have you ever wondered about the team behind your holiday? Our expert team are always on hand and invite you to give them a call to discuss your perfect holiday with Azure.

We are passionate about travel and that passion drives our desire to ensure you have your perfect holiday every time. Our promise to you is your best ever tailor-made holiday

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