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Namibia National Parks

Namibia's National Parks offer abundant wildlife, stunning landscapes, and other natural elements, along with some of the best animal safaris.

Here’s Gazelle Safaris Africa’s list of must-visit Namibia National Parks to help you plan your Namibia Safaris.

Etosha National Park

As one of Africa's oldest national parks, it is home to 114 species of large and small mammals, over 400 documented bird species, several reptiles, and even a species of fish. At waterholes, one can witness black rhino, lions, and elephants during the night.

Dorob National Park

This park has a lot to offer drawing in visitors because of its numerous fishing locations and historic San rock paintings. The park is also a popular destination for birdwatchers, who may see over 270 different bird species.

Cape Cross Seal Reserve

Cape Cross is a well-liked tourist destination with biological and historical significance. With up to 210,000 seals present during the mating season in November and December, this reserve serves as a refuge for the largest breeding colony of South African fur seals in the world.

Skeleton Coast National Park

The main draw of the park is the rusting shipwrecks that line the coast. But it has a lot more to offer with wildlife like lions, rhinos, and mountain ranges for those who love hiking. You can also go on amazing trekking adventures with its resident elephants, rhinos, and rhinos.

Namib-Naukluft National Park

This national park has over 200,000 years' worth of old archaeological monuments, a plethora of diverse fauna, and captivating surreal scenery.

A land of breathtaking natural beauty, there are many amazing sights to explore, and visitors will soon become enthralled with the breathtaking scenery on display in Namibia. With our affordable, custom Namibia safari packages, you may take advantage of the best Namibian safari experiences. To learn more and to receive the finest alternative to discover the Namibia Travel Guide, go to Gazelle Safaris Africa.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Namibia is excellent for safari experiences. It boasts stunning landscapes, diverse wildlife, and vast open spaces, making it a prime destination for safari enthusiasts.

The best time for a safari in Namibia is during the dry season, which typically runs from May to October. During this time, wildlife congregates around water sources, making it easier to spot them. Additionally, the weather is cooler, and there is less vegetation, improving visibility.

To enter Namibia a passport valid for at least 6 months from date of entry is required. Kindly ensure that you have at least 3 blank pages for entry and exit stamps. A valid return ticket is also required. Entry into Namibia will be allowed up to a maximum of 90 days. Extensions can however be applied for from the ministry of home affairs situated in Windhoek.

There are various accommodation options available for safari-goers in Namibia, ranging from luxury lodges to tented camps and self-catering accommodations. Some popular safari destinations in Namibia include Etosha National Park, Sossusvlei, and the Caprivi Strip, each offering a range of lodging choices to suit different preferences and budgets.

The currency used in Namibia is the Namibian Dollar (NAD), which is pegged to the South African Rand (ZAR) at a 1:1 exchange rate. Both Namibian Dollars and South African Rands are widely accepted in Namibia. It's advisable to carry some cash in either NAD or ZAR for small purchases, while credit and debit cards are accepted in larger establishments.

Namibia is generally considered a safe destination for tourists. However, like any other country, it's essential to take precautions to ensure your safety. This includes being aware of your surroundings, avoiding isolated areas at night, and safeguarding your belongings.

Namibia is a multilingual country with several recognized languages. English is the official language and is widely spoken, particularly in urban areas and for business and administrative purposes. Additionally, Afrikaans, German, and various indigenous languages such as Oshiwambo, Herero, and Damara are also spoken by different ethnic groups across the country.

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