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An adventure in Namibia can feel like you’re exploring one of the furthest flung corners of the planet – so it’s the perfect place to get truly off the beaten track and immerse yourself in African culture.
Not only is it a wildlife haven for lions, zebras, giraffes, cheetahs, elephants and countless other creatures that roam the vast plains of the Kalahari or Etosha National Park, but it’s also one of the most strikingly beautiful countries on Earth.
Haunting visions of skeletal shipwrecks along stretches of abandoned Atlantic coastline conjure up an otherworldly feel, whilst a jagged spine of mountains leads to lush grass and wetlands that teem with life.
Throw in the wise, warm locals, an encounter with whom can outshine even Namibia’s jaw-dropping landscapes, and you’re left with a country that will have dreaming of a return from the moment you land back home.
Namibia’s rainy season generally occurs from December through to April. These early months of the year can get very hot and humid, but as May rolls around the skies clear and the daytime weather is mild.
In the driest and most popular time of the year, from June through to September, the nights are chilly and the days are clear, until the temperature begins to soar again in October and the first hints at the return of the rainy season arrive.