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I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave [man] is not [he] who does not feel afraid, but [he] who conquers that fear.

- Nelson Mandela -

Explore the land of many faces

Adventure! The freedom to roam through uncharted territories, unfamiliar locations, and unforgettable landscapes. It’s in the DNA of every Land Rover, and in the heart of everyone who’s ever wanted to journey beyond the beaten track.

For those adventurers who love to explore, V&J teamed up with Land Rover to provide you and your family with an unforgettable adventure through the Namibian wilderness. Set out and journey through a breathtaking environment behind the wheel of some of the world’s most capable SUVs. Not only will you see sights that will remain engraved in your memories forever, but you will also develop serious driving skills and deepen your bond and adventurous spirits.

Namibia’s wild, windswept landscapes are bold and dramatic, almost otherworldly. Within moments, its foreground can transform from a dune-speckled desert to an emerald oasis, cleverly concealing herds of feasting elephants and troops of rambunctious baboons. It isn’t out of the ordinary to find sprawling grasslands suddenly interrupted by craggy rock formations fused with layers of sandstone and blackened volcanic basalt. Namibia has undeniably earned its nickname as “the land of many faces”.

Namibia lies on the western coast of the African continent and it is a truly unique nation. Few other locations can boast such a range of wildlife, environments, or experiences. Embodying Namibia’s rich heritage are the OvaHimba, a fascinating people whose history stretches back for hundreds of years. Abundant in cultural diversity, majestic wildlife and extreme landscapes serve as the setting for our Namibian adventures. The most famous of Africa’s beasts, including the “big five”, can all be found wandering the wilderness of this untamed land. With patience and skills, you may get the chance to see lions, leopards, elephants, and rhino.

Split in half by the Tropic of Capricorn, Namibia enjoys a varied climate. No matter where you will go in Namibia, you’ll experience soaring temperatures found only in the world’s deserts. Even away from the sands, Windhoek, the nation’s bustling capital, regularly records temperatures of over 40°C. By contrast, chilly evenings provide the perfect environment for the activities of thousands of species. The Namibian desert night sky, free from light pollution, is famous all over the world for its clear views and stunning scenes.

Best Time to Go:
July to October
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