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Itinerary Inspiration

Namibia is a unique and magnificent desert country full of rich history, contrasting landscapes and friendly locals. Here you'll discover giant sand dunes, abandoned coastline and mountains surrounded by grasslands and diverse wildlife. You can see a local seal reserve or travel to Namib Desert — a vast, coastal desert in southern Africa said to be the oldest in the world. Wherever you go, indulge in the excitement of adventure!

Things You Should Know

Time Zone: UTC +1 hour (no DST)
Language: English
Currency: Namibian Dollar
Banks: Available in most towns and open 24 hours per day (traveler's checks are widely accepted)
Entry Requirements: Valid passport
Best Times to Visit: May through October

Namibia Honeymoons

Famous for its breathtaking scenery and romantic hideaways, Namibia is full of unforgettable adventures. Experience stunning sunsets, delicious dining and romantic moments. Spend your days exploring safari game parks and wildlife reserves. Go on a horseback ride or take a river rafting or canoe trip, there's something new for every couple to try together.

Destination Weddings in Namibia

Discover the natural beauty and timeless elegance of Namibia while exchanging your vows. There are many outdoor and indoor venues to choose from, so you can tie the knot among the expansive sand dunes or beneath a star-studded sky. Destination wedding packages and wedding coordinators are also available to help you organize, plan and pull off the wedding of your dreams.

Climate & Weather

Namibia experiences 300 days of sunshine a year with hot days and cool nights. Coastal regions tend to be cooler because the cold Benguela Current causes fog and creates rainfall. During the summer months, November to February, rain and heavy thunderstorms do occur. Winter, spanning from May to September, offers warm days but extremely cold nights.