There is no shortage of camping sites in Namibia. Even when you go deep into the country in the hinterland there are some very decent camping sites out there that offer you a chance to enjoy an adventurous and enjoyable stay. If you are planning to explore Namibia on a self drive tour, then camping would be an exciting adventure for you.
The campsites are very strategically located close to major attractions, nature reserves as well as farmsteads and conservancies. They are also well managed and are neat and clean as well as sparsely crowded. The young and the young at heart will really enjoy camping as at times, you really need to forget the usual city and just sleep in a tent, and spent some time at a fire place.
Groups are welcome, and most campsites can accommodate up to 15 adults at a time. You might want to travel with a partner or a small group of like-minded travellers and experience the best of this fascinating country from the vast deserts, to abundant wildlife, and spectacular landscapes.
It pays to make your campsite your base from where you can set out to explore the diverse and very exciting landscapes, which are home to some very interesting wildlife.
Camping trips are what an explorer on a budget needs for accommodation, and their reservation teams can be of great assistance to you, and feel free to contact them directly for bookings.