Emergency services in Namibia

If you aren’t able to get to a nearby hospital, then call E-Med Rescue 24, a private emergency evacuation company that runs ground ambulances and aircraft. If you’re in a remote location they will be able to arrange transport for you to hospital.


Our Recommended Itinerary

Namibia Safari on Board the Rovos Rail (9 days)

day 1

All aboard!

day 2

Kimberley and the Karoo

day 3

Upington

day 4

Fish River Canyon | Keetmanshoop

day 5

Windhoek | Sossusvlei Lodge

day 6

Sossusvlei Lodge | Windhoek

day 7

Etosha National Park | Namutoni rest camp

day 8

Etosha National Park | Atlantic Coast

day 9

Namib Desert | Walvis Bay

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Popular Namibia Safaris

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