Discover Southern Africa


Namibia is blessed with some of the most pristine and beautiful landscapes on earth. Tucked between the Kalahari Desert and the Atlantic Ocean, Namibia lies waiting as an ultimate African adventure.

“Namibia touches your soul. It’s vast and ever-changing landscapes keep you mesmerized as you journey through the country. It’s dramatic, charming and full of surprises… marvel at the desert-adapted wildlife, hot air balloon over the Sossusvlei dunes, wander along the wild Skeleton Coast, interact with wildlife researchers and local communities, float down the Kunene River and stargaze! It’s exhilarating and piques every one of your senses, so take your time exploring this incredible destination.”
Nicki Malherbe Wray – co-founder Mallerby’s Luxury Travel.

Map of Namibia in Africa

God has created lands with lakes and rivers for man to live. And the desert so that he can find his soul.
-African proverb

What Will the Weather Be?



Nambia is a year-round destination and whilst typically it’s a dry country, they do experience a summer rainfall between December to April. From June to October, daytime temperatures warm up but nighttime temperatures drop below freezing; the land dries out and vegetation becomes sparse with no rain, so wildlife sightings are at their best as herds move towards the water sources.


April and May has mild weather, blue skies and the landscapes green. September is an ideal with pleasant days, warm nights and game viewing is very good in Etosha.


January to March is the hot, rainy season, with February being the wettest, hottest and most humid month in Namibia.


January to March is the hot, rainy season, with February being the wettest, hottest and most humid month in Namibia.


December through to March for migratory birds. The flamingoes in Swakopmund are present between November and February.

Let’s Touch Your Imagination


Explore our sample itineraries to spark your imagination. Everyone is unique, so use these samples as an inspirational canvas waiting for your personal aspirations to paint it.

Remember, at Mallerby’s, we believe in tailoring each journey to the individual, ensuring your travel experience is as extraordinary as you are. Let these itineraries be a starting point, a palette of possibilities, waiting for the strokes of your own desires. Your journey is not just a trip; it’s a reflection of your dreams. Let’s craft it together.

Behold the Wonders of Namibia


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namibia Sossusvlei


Sossusvlei is possibly Namibia’s most iconic attraction, characterized by the large red dunes surrounding the white salt and clay pan. Some of the dunes reach almost 400 metres, making them some of the highest in the world! An early morning excursion is an absolute delight and a photographer’s playground!

namibia skeleton Coast

Skeleton Coast

The Skeleton Coast National Park is an exquisite strip of desert bordering the ocean, strikingly beautiful in its own unique desolate and mysterious way. The landscape has shipwrecks and whale skeletons strewn about, and the beaches are often shrouded in fog and hundreds of seals. A 3-night stay at the luxurious Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp ensure a day trip to the Skeleton Coast, ending with a magnificent light aircraft flight back to the lodge.

namibia Etosha National Park


Etosha National Park, Africa’s third-largest national park, is a wildlife-viewing paradise and home to 114 mammals, 340 bird species and the world’s largest concentration of black rhino! At 130 km’s long and up to 50km’s wide in places, Etosha hosts the largest salt pan in Africa and is the park’s most distinctive and dramatic feature, visible even from space.

namibia Serra Cafema

The Kaokoveld

The Kaokoveld is in the northern regions of Namibia, home of the Himba, Namibia’s last semi-nomads. Here lies Serra Cafema, a secluded luxurious oasis set in the Hartmann’s Valley overlooking Angola, and amidst the lush Kunene riverine vegetation – the perfect ending to your Nambian experience.

namibia damaraland


Damaraland is best described as a perfect blend of untamed wilderness, majestic granite mountains, ancient rock art and off-the-beaten-track adventure! It’s the home of Twyfelfontein, where more than 2000 engravings are etched into the rock faces, some thought to be over six million years old.

namibia Swakopmund


Swakopmund is a popular coastal town, sandwiched between the coast and the Namib Desert. It’s the perfect coastal stop-over if on a self-drive experience. This laidback town oozes charm, has a variety of activities on offer and some excellent restaurants.

namibia windhoek


Windhoek will always be the starting and ending point of any Namibia itinerary. This little bustling metropolis is the Capital of Namibia and has deep German roots which can be felt in the architecture, food and beer! The history is fascinating, the people friendly and it’s a perfect overnight stop.  

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