Namibia, with its spectacular landscapes and unspoiled nature, makes for a perfect and widely diverse travel destination. It offers wide open spaces, endless deserts and ocean, a capital city full of German colonial heritage with a modern African twist and amazing wildlife encounters in the northern part of the country. Namibia is an adventure, but one doesn't need to be an adventurer to experience Namibia at it’s best. The well-developed road infrastructure, comfortable hotels, lodges and luxury tented camps and the friendly welcoming people including indigenous tribes will make a visit an experience a lot of people only dream of.
From the white sands and brilliant blue waters of the Skeleton Coast to the red sands of the world’s highest dunes in Sossusvlei, from the wildlife of Etosha National Park and to the desert adapted elephants in Damaraland, the country’s horizons are endless and its terrain ever-changing.
Swakopmund, Walvis Bay, Windhoek, Namib Desert, Sossusvlei & Dead Vlei, Etosha National Park, Caprivi Strip
Windhoek Hosea Kutako International
Walvis Bay Airport
English, German, Afrikaans, Oshiwambo
(+ a number of different indigenous languages. Of these, the most commonly spoken are the Oshiwambo dialects).
Namibian Dollar (NAD)
Namibia enjoys a hot desert climate and is typically dry, sunny and warm with more than 300 days of sunshine per year. It sees a relatively limited amount of rainfall, with the highest precipitation taking place during the summer months (December-March).
The shoulder seasons (April - May and September - October) are typically the most pleasant, with warm, dry days and cool evenings. Game-viewing is at its best during late summer and early spring, when the dry weather forces wildlife to congregate around available water sources.
There are endless possibilities of wide-ranging programs for delegates and accompanying persons.
Throughout the untouched landscapes, visitors will find Namibia offers modern facilities and luxury accommodations.
SALT Concepts will advise on the best locations based on the event brief and also contract hotels and venues to accommodate any size group or any type of background for a product launch at preferential and competitive rates.
Namibia remains a favorite destination for incentive travel and offers a wealth of choice to reward clients and staff or boost team spirit. Whether it is adventure, relaxation, motivation or indulgence -Namibia has it all!
The Namib and Kalahari deserts have some of the tallest sand dunes in the world and there are plenty of high adrenalin activities and pursuits for the guests like driving 4x4 jeeps in the dunes, quad biking and sand boarding.
There are breathtaking sunrises and awe-inspiring sunsets, with evenings spent around the camp fire under the African sky that offer unforgettable encounters with nature like nowhere else. Sleeping under the stars in a luxurious tent puts the cherry on top!
Namibia’s 975-mile coastline is full of possibilities for groups, whether it’s along the beach or out in the ocean. The South Atlantic provides many opportunities to encounter the marine wildlife be it dolphins, seals and, depending on the season, humpback whales and orcas. On board fresh oysters and Champagne will be served abundantly.
Etosha National Park is one of the most unique places in Namibia and matches the likes of Kruger in South Africa, Kenya’s Masaai Mara and Tanzania’s Serengeti. The park’s main characteristic is a salt pan so large it can be seen from space. There is abundant wildlife that congregates around the waterholes, allowing incredible game sightings.
An amazing way to encounter all these highlights in a relatively short time is by plane. A fly-in safari allows breathtaking birds eye views and takes the guests to areas that are virtually impossible to visit overland.