Health insurance for Namibia

It’s advisable to get full travel insurance that includes medical coverage for your Namibia vacation. Make sure that your medical insurance covers you for medical evacuation, as well as any adventure activities you may want to do, such as skydiving, hiking, mountain climbing, sand boarding and quad biking. It’s a good idea to get comprehensive insurance on your rental car too.


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Exciting Family Safari in Botswana and Namibia (11 days)

day 1 to 2

day 3 to 4

Off to the Okavango Delta

day 5 to 6

Cruising the Waterways of the Okavango Delta

day 7 to 8

day 9 to 11

Explore the Caprivi Strip

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A blockbuster combination of sublime landscapes that will make you feel like you’re on another planet, some of the best wildlife viewing on the continent, a host of fascinating desert-adapted plants and animals and jaw-dropping natural wonders make Namibia a country you’ll never forget. Namibia’s scenery and sights are as astonishing as they are varied, ranging from the Namib…

Namibia in July

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