Namibia Safari, Holiday & Travel Information
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Cross Border Times & Charges

Tourists entering Namibia via one of its border posts and driving a foreign registered vehicle are expected to pay entry fees in cash either in South African Rand or Namibian Dollars.  For tourists that plan to combine a visit to a neighbouring country (Angola, Botswana, Zambia or South Africa) must confirm with their car rental company what documentation and insurances are required.

Namibia / Angola: Ruacana:  07h00–18h00 / Omahenene: 08h00–18h00 / Oshikango / St. Clara: 08h00–18h00 / Rundu:    08h00–18h00

Namibia / Botswana: Impalila Island: 07h00–18h00 / Ngoma Bridge: 07h00–18h00 / Mohembo/Shakawe:  06h00-18h00 / BuitePos/Mamuno: 07h00-24h00

Namibia / South Africa: Kl. Menasse/Rietfontein:  07h00–18h00 / Hohlweg – Closed / Ariamsvlei/Nakop: 24hours / Velloorsdrift/Onseepkans: 08h00-17h00 / Sendelingsdrif: 08h00-17h00 / Mata Mata: 08h00-16h30 / Noordoewer/Vioolsdrif: 24 hours / Oranjemund/Alexander Bay: 06h00-22h00

Namibia / Zambia: Welena / Sesheke: 06h00-22h00

 

Cross Border Charges:

Each and every foreign registered vehicle entering Namibia must pay a cross border fee.

TypeDescription (Petrol & diesel driven)Entry Fee N$
1Motor cycles, motor tricycle, motor
quadru-cycle, caravans, & light trailers drawn by Type 2 vehicles.
188.00
2Motor cars, single and double 242.00
cab goods vehicles (bakkies), 2x4 and 4x4 goods vehicles (bakkies), minibuses (less than 25 passengers).
295.00
3Light goods vehicles/delivery vehicles (GVM<3,500 kg)617.00