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Where to stay in Namibia

Where to stay in Namibia

Namibia offers a bounty of accommodation options in vastly different settings, from along the Skeleton Coast (named after the many shipwrecks in centuries past) to the modern capital city of Windhoek or the wilds of the Caprivi Strip. It really all depends on where you feel most at home.

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Windhoek

Namibia’s laid-back capital city is just the place for safari-goers to clean off the dust and stock up on travel essentials. If you’re wanting a boutique hotel with a stellar view, check yourself into the centrally located Hotel Thule. Looking to splurge? The ultra-luxurious Olive Exclusive should get you oohing and aahing.

Swakopmund

Sandwiched between the desert and the ocean, Namibia’s adventure capital of Swakop offers a wide range of accommodation choices. Want to level up on luxury? Snap up a stay at the Strand Hotel. On a shoestring? Keep it low-key at Skeleton Beach Backpackers.

Etosha National Park

If you’re venturing into Namibia’s famous Etosha, known for its abundant wildlife, there are plenty of lodges and camps to try. Onguma Bush Camp remains a strong favourite, with its open-air lapa and game-rich waterhole. Parents take note: this camp is also child-friendly, should you want to bring the little ones along for the ride.

Skeleton Coast

While Namibia’s iconic Skeleton Coast can be somewhat tough to reach, it’s not impossible. Hiring a 4x4 or taking a tour are good bets. And if you’ve got room in the budget, then there’s only one place to stay, and that’s Shipwreck Lodge. If you’re feeling the pinch but still desperate to experience ‘The land God made in anger’, bed down at Terrace Bay.

Frequently asked questions

We recommend packing a little bit of everything to withstand the African sun but don't forget sunscreen, wide brim hat, your best sunglasses & durable clothing!


Whether it’s the big cats, game drives and wildlife encounters, the awe-inspiring scenery or the enchanting culture that has brought you to Namibia – you’re in for one heck of a holiday.


Life happens - we get it! Contact your Flight Centre Travel Expert here to reorganise your travel plans.


Take advantage of less rainfall when you travel in the dry season: April to October. Less crowds and more chances to get a better seat on your game drive safaris.


No trip to Namibia would be complete without visiting the Namib Desert and exploring some of the highest dunes in the world in the Sossusvlei area.


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