More than just a trip, a circuit in Namibia is an extraordinary journey through time, a return to the source of life. Eternal, grandiose, immense, captivating, a real kaleidoscope of colors, no word can ever describe Namibia. In these timeless landscapes, a fauna and flora rich in diversity evolve.

Predators, antelopes… meet in the same Etosha national park, but also in very wild lands, such as Palmwag or Puros.

Visiting Namibia with Mobembo Tours, is to experience an unforgettable moment of freedom and change of scenery.

Located in south-west Africa, bordered to the north by Angola, Zambia to the north-east, Botswana to the east, South Africa to the south and the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Namibia covers an area of ​​825,418 km².

The population in Namibia currently amounts to approximately 2.53 million, inhabitants with more than 12 different ethnic groups: Ovambos (50%), Kavangos (9%), Hereros (7%), Damaras (7%)…

Languages: English is the official language of the country, but Afrikaans and locals remain the most familiar to most Namibians.

The seasons in the southern hemisphere are reversed, when it’s summer in Europe, it’s winter in Namibia. There are two seasons: rainy season and dry season.

  • The rainy season is generally hot and takes place from November to April. During this period, light cotton clothes are recommended for the day, but you should bring a jacket for the sometimes cooler evenings.
  • The dry season, which runs from May to October, can be cooler or even colder (between May and August). However, the days remain beautiful and sunny. It is recommended to bring warmer clothes, especially for the night (temperatures can drop to – 5°c) a pair of sunglasses, sunscreen and a hat are necessary in all seasons.

Namibia presents a very varied physical configuration which can be broken down into four sectors: the Namib desert in the west, the central plateau, the Kalahari desert in the east and the wooded bush veld of Kavango and Caprivi in ​​the northeast. The highest point, Mount Brandberg reaches 2573m. The capital, Windhoek is located at an altitude of 1650m.

Namibia is served by a very good quality road network, paved roads and tracks, 2 airports that can accommodate porters, 28 official aerodromes and 2 modern ports.

The water is drinkable everywhere in Namibia. Bottled can be purchased at food shops, gas stations and at all lodges. The voltage is 220/240 volts. Electrical outlets are three-prong (15 amp). Adapters are lent to our customers upon their arrival in Namibia.

Subscription to insurance covering cancellation costs, repatriation, loss of luggage, medical care and hospitalization costs is not included in our prices. It is strongly recommended.

A passport valid for 6 months after the return date is required. Please note that a minimum of 3 blank pages is mandatory (including 2 side by side when the passport is open). No visa is required for French, Belgian, Swiss and Canadian nationals, but Monegasques must obtain a visa before their departure. For other nationalities, inquire at the embassies concerned.

Namibia is served by the following airlines:

  • Air Namibia (via Frankfurt)
  • British Airways (via London and Johannesburg)
  • Lufthansa (via Frankfurt and Johannesburg)
  • Qatar Airways (Windhoek–Doha and Doha–Windhoek)
  • KLM (Amsterdam – Luanda – Windhoek and Windhoek – Luanda – Amsterdam)

We do not issue international air tickets.


Namibia has modern post and telecommunications services. The cell phone works in most of the country. With the exception of certain areas in remote regions (Hartmann valley, puros). It is possible to rent satellite phones.

Driving in Namibia 

Driving in Namibia is on the left and an international license accompanied by the national license is compulsory.


The currency is the Namibian dollar, but the South African rand is still current.


The risk of malaria exists all year round in the north of the country. We recommend that you contact your doctor to consider treatment. Apart from the recommended tetanus vaccination, there is no specific vaccination for a trip to Namibia. A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required from all passengers arriving within 6 days of leaving or transiting through an infected area. Changes in temperature, high temperatures, the proposed walks can be difficult, even dangerous, for people in poor physical condition or with certain medical problems. Customers participating in a tour must be in good enough health and physical condition to complete a tour in Namibia without particular risk.