Namibia Wildlife Resorts
Namibia Wildlife Resorts operate some of Namibia’s most popular lodges and activities across Namibia. From the deep south of Namibia to the pristine Skeleton Coast, from the great Etosha National Park all the way across into the green Zambezi Namibia Wildlife Resorts caters for everyone looking for accommodation and adventure activities.
Visiting Etosha National Park or the popular Waterberg Game Resort is a highlight for many visitors on their holiday to Namibia. Game drives are offered in both of these National Parks and you can be assured of seeing a wide range of wildlife whilst being taken on a game drive. Elephant, rhino, giraffes, lions, kudu are just some of the wildli8fe you will get to experience. Game drives are offered at the following Namibia Wildlife Resorts: Etosha, Popa Falls Resort, Waterberg Resort and Hardap Resort.
On the extreme southern borders of Namibia you can experience the mighty Orange River whilst kayaking. Kayaking on the Orange River one can experience the beautiful surrounding mountains and landscape. This desert kayaking experience operates from the /Ai-/Ais Richtersveld Transfrontier Park. The following Namibia Wildlife Resorts offer this worthwhile activity: Hobas Lodge and /Ai-/Ais Hotsprings Spa.
One of the best ways to truly experience Namibia’s beauty is by foot. Hiking allows visitors to Namibia to get up close and personal with the surrounding beauty and spectacular landscapes. The Naukluft mountains in the south of Namibia near Sossusvlei is one of the most popular hiking areas. Numerous walking trails are available both for the not so experienced hiker as well as for the more seasoned hiker. The Fish River Canyon is also very popular for hiking and offers an adventurous hike through the biggest canyon on the African continent. The Fish River Canyon Hike is about 85 km’s long and takes between 4-5 days to complete. A minimum of 3 people is required to book the Fish River Canyon hike. The following resorts offer hiking: Naukluft Camp, Hobas Lodge and /Ai-/Ais Hotsprings Spa.
The Kavango and Zambezi (previously Caprivi Strip) is a network of rivers and teeming with wildlife. A boat cruise is highly recommended and one is able to view wildlife from a different perspective from a boat. Experience the colossal Hippopotamus. Popa Falls is a popular tourist attraction and Namibia Wildlife Resorts offer comfortable accommodation and boat cruises for those that wish to explore this area. Popa Falls forms part of KAZA Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area).
Fishing is a popular activity and the Skeleton Coast is known for it’s rich marine life. Terrace Bay and Torra Bay are well known fishing spots located along the Namibian Coastline in the north west region. If you are planning on visiting Namibia to go fishing then look no further. Please note that Torra Bay is only open in December and January.
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