Visas are easily obtained at any Namibian Embassy in Europe and worldwide.
Helpful links to website of Ministry of Home Affairs & Namibia Tourism Board:
Traveler’s responsibility is to ensure that he/she is in good health and medically fit to undertake safari tour. If the tour passes through the malaria area, precautionary treatment is advised. Consultation with medical practitioner/doctor and obtaining prophylactic and precautionary anti-malaria treatment is necessary.
It is Traveler’s responsibility to obtain and be in possession of the comprehensive travel and cancellation insurance including medical insurance with provision for air evacuation, insurance in case of accidents, sudden sickness, medical expenses or death, before embarking on a tour. Our company is neither responsible nor liable for any claims, damage or loss as a result of Client’s failing to obtain necessary insurance cover.
Euro or US can easily be changed upon arrival in Namibia. Both Namibian dollars and South African Rand are equal in value and SA Rand are accepted as legal tender anywhere in Namibia. When departing Namibia we recommend that any cash you take with you is in South African Rand as Namibian dollars are generally not easily exchanged outside of Namibia.
Visa and Master Card are usually accepted throughout southern Africa, but American Express and Diners Club are not as widely accepted. Most foreign hard currencies (US$, ZAR and CHF) are the most commonly accepted and can be exchanged at bureaus de change and banks.
VAT - 15 % VAT is included on all items and VAT paid on items being exported can be reclaimed at the International Airport on departure (if the total value exceeds N$ 200).
Helpful items for your packing list:
Due to nature of the safari tour, rugged terrain and extremely dusty conditions, we would like to urge to carefully pack all sensitive photographic, electronic and filming equipment, preferably in the dust-proof bags.
Namibia has one of the loveliest climates in the world and it’s fine to visit all year round . Dry, sunny and pleasant most of the year, Namibia provides excellent opportunity to travel without worrying about the weather. Climate is classified as sub-tropical.
Country receives only a fraction of the rain experienced by countries further east or north Africa. Between about mid-November to March some days will be humid and rain may follow, often in localized afternoon thunderstorms.
April and especially May are often lovely months in Namibia. Increasingly dry, with a real freshness in the air, and much greenery in the landscape; at this time the air is clear and largely free from dust. From June to August Namibia cools down and dries out more; nights can become cold, dropping below freezing in some desert areas. As the landscape dries so the game in the north of the country gravitates more to waterholes, and is more easily seen by visitors at the national parks and nature sanctuaries. By September and October it warms up again; game-viewing in most areas is at its best, although there’s often a lot of dust around and the vegetation has lost its vibrancy.
November is a highly variable month. Sometimes the hot, dry weather will continue, at other times the sky will fill with clouds and threaten to rain, but if you’re lucky enough to witness the first rains of the season, you’ll never forget the drama.
On our tours we use:
Toyota Land Cruisers
All our prices are in Namibian Dollars (NAD). All other currencies are estimates only.
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