Why Safari in Namibia?

Namibia is one of Africa’s more unique safari destinations usually considered by returning travelers, photographers and those seeking dramatic scenery and wide open spaces.

One of the most beautiful places on earth, Namibia is a land of stark and splendid scenery, often breathtaking in proportions, colour, lighting and variety or habitats. Namibia is a destination where one can truly escape into the wilderness to experience the marvellous solitude and grandeur of places like the Namib Desert, Skeleton Coast and Damaraland.

The main wildlife reserve is Etosha National Park - a vast salt pan which miraculously is home to a wide variety of animals, including lion, leopard, cheetah and a large elephant population. A variety of exclusive safari lodges surround Etosha and are the best place to stay when visiting the Pan.

However, Namibia is perhaps best known for the Namib Desert, with its towering red and ochre dunes interspersed with grass lands. Here, one can enjoy the beauty of the desert from a hot air balloon and stay in luxury lodges deep in the heart of the desert.



Pure Safari - Namibia
We can tailor-make Namibia itineraries to meet your needs and budget.
Please contact us to create your perfect trip.


Call: 01227 753 181 or visit our dedicated Namibia site: www.purenamibia.co.uk

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Pure Zanzibar Ltd
Registered in the UK
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Pure Zanzibar was started in 2006 and is still owner run and 100% independent.

We favor smaller more intimate lodges and camps and know the island better than anyone else.


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