The timeless country of Namibia is a land of contrasts. Home to 13 distinct cultural groups still enriched with ancient traditions, Namibia’s rich and colourful culture is the result of the fusion of German, European and South African traditions, customs and architecture. With rough seascapes, remote deserts, jagged mountains, spectacular wildlife, colonial cities and a striking assortment of cultures, Namibia is fast becoming one of Africa’s hottest destinations.
The best time to visit is during the winter dry season from May to October when you can expect clear, warm and sunny days and cold, clear nights. During the rainy season between January and March, temperatures can become hot and roads may be difficult to negotiate, but you can witness the impressive desert bloom into flower.