Namibia “Land of the Brave” – a country that is every adventure seeker’s delight.
Landscapes that are juxtaposed between harsh sandy deserts, cool Atlantic oceans, grand Salt pans and lost cities. It’s the stuff that Mad Max was made off.
Anyone that comes to this country does not leave untouched by its beauty. From its ever-changing landscapes due to the shifting soft, fine, red sand of Sossusvlei to the lonely Ibex slowly traveling across the barren drought ridden salt plains of Etosha, to the gushing Epupa waterfalls full of life … almost every vista is one to behold, unlike anything you have ever experienced before. Its diversified wildlife in a world where life would seem impossible will leave you speechless…
and then you ride past a small tribe of indigenous people – The Himba, clad in their traditional garb, walking past you in the middle of nowhere, branded with the true African trademark of luminous white smiles, waving to you as you go past. WHAT?!
Motorcycling in this country is truly a one-of-a-kind experience, full of pure pleasure. Namibia is a compendium of Africa, but an Africa where everything rolls, where the roads and tracks are incredible, you can open throttle on the never-ending black tar roads and almost ride off into its glorious African sunset.
Are you ready to experience the great motorcycle adventure in the middle of a grandiose nature and vast open spaces with infinite allure?
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No or almost no restrictions on entry into Namibia for travellers with a tourist approach.
For short stays, no need for a visa! This is valid for French, Belgian, Swiss and Canadian nationals.
However, make sure that you meet these few criteria:
You can reach Namibia by plane. Windhoek International Airport is the country's main airport.
Please note, that there are no direct flights from France yet.
Namibia has some of the best maintained accommodation in Southern Africa. The possibilities are multiple: hotels, rest camps, agro-tourism farms, B&Bs, pensions and lodges, campgrounds, youth hostels...
You will often stay in accommodation in exceptional surroundings.
Meat has a big place in the Namibian diet. In the form of biltong, strips or dried and spicy pieces .
Inherited from the German colonial past, it is quite possible to eat a good sauerkraut and frankfurter in the middle of the country.
Windhoek Lager*, the national beer, reputed to be 100% natural, will perfectly accompany your taste adventures in Namibia.
Be careful, Namibians usually dine early, and you won't be served after 9:30 pm in most restaurants.
Money and budget:
Namibia uses the Namibian Dollar.
A pint of beer costs about $1.83 and a liter of petrol $1.05 (2019).
The Namib Desert, Windhoek, Swakopmund, the Sossusvlei dunes, the Atlantic coast, Etosha National Park, Kaokaland...
Incredible natural sites, typical African villages and cities with German colonial architectural influence.
Be careful, we drive on the left in Namibia.
English is the official language of Namibia although it is the mother tongue of less than 1% of the population.
80% of Namibians are Christians and 20% animists.
Namibia is in the top 5 least densely populated countries in the world.
Republic of Namibia
Namibian Dollar (NAD)
2 485 000
Total Area :
825 418 km²
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International telephone code :