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Book your accommodation in Namibia’s National Parks (owned and operated by Namibia Wildlife Resorts), including the Etosha National Park and Sossusvlei for your Namibia Travel through the offices of Namibia Reservations!
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Overnight safaris on the houseboats will take you down the Zambezi and/or Chobe Rivers to enjoy, with the river as your platform, the fascinating array of fauna and flora this region has to offer. Travel at a leisurely pace down the expanse of these mighty rivers with its endless floodplains and breathtaking sunsets.
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Botswana Sunset

Botswana is a premier safari destination in Africa offering some of the best wildlife viewing on the planet, especially in and around the Chobe and Okavango Delta region.

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SEN Travel is one of the popular travel agencies on the Czech market which organises trips to Namibia. From the year 2012 until now  They have had more than 5000 clients who choose SEN Travel Agency for their trips to many countries around the world.

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Namibia Accommodation by Region

There is a large variety of Namibia Accommodation Establishments in Namibia. They range from the formal Hotel to the more personal Guesthouses & Guestfarms.
The majority of Rest Camps situated in Namibia's National Parks are run by Namibia Wildlife Resorts. Most of these camps have restaurants, fuel stations, swimming pool and shop.

NAMIBIA RESERVATIONS offers a number of selected Namibia Accommodation Establishments on its website, but does not limit itself to the ones displayed.

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Ariamsvlei is a small border post between Namibia and South Africa, located 70 km east of Karasburg on the national road B3.


Aus lies on the line of three different desert Biomes. It has several interesting historical buildings and other traces of crucial historical events. The wild horses as well as karakul farmers are in these surroundings.


The Petrified Forest, where a cataclysmic event millions of years ago deposited giant tree trunks which subsequently turned to stone. Today the Namib's living fossil plant, Welwitschia mirabilis, grows among these prostrate fossilised trunks. Twyfelfontein .....

Zambezi Region (East Caprivi)

A complex network of rivers and relatively high summer rainfall have created a fertile wilderness of riverine forests, flood plains, swamps and open woodland in the Kavango and Caprivi.

East Namibia / Gobabis / Botswana Border

The largest town east of Windhoek is Gobabis, an important cattle-ranching centre. A monument of a bull welcomes visitors at the entrance to the town. Gobabis is the gateway to the Trans Kalahari High- way, linking Namibia to Botswana and South Africa. The completion of this high- way resulted in the development of several new tourist lodges in the surroundings.

Epupa Falls

This is one of Namibia's last remaining wilderness areas, with off-the-beaten track destinations such as the expansive Marienfluss and Hartmann valleys, the splendid Epupa Falls, the wild and beautiful Khowarib Schlucht and Witbooisdrift, site of a Dorslandtrekker monument.


Etosha owes its unique landscape to the Etosha Pan, a vast shallow depression of approximately 5 000 km2. A series of waterholes along the southern edge of the pan guarantee rewarding and often spectacular game viewing.

Etosha East

Accommodation can be found near the eastern Von Lindequist Gate

Etosha West

Dolomite Camp is the entrance to the Etosha National Park from the western side of the Etosha National Park.

Etosha South

The Andersson gate is the entrance to the western part of the Etosha National Park towards the Okaukuejo Resort.

Fish River Canyon

Fish River Canyon, one of Namibia's most spectacular geological phenomena and, on the African continent, second in size only to the Blue Nile Gorge in Ethiopia.

Gamsberg Area

Dominating the landscape by its quartzite sandstone, a large table topped mountain that rises some 500m above the surrounding Khomas Hochland.


The small town of Grootfontein, which serves the surrounding cattle-ranching community, is the last centre on the road to Rundu and the far north east.

Grünau area

Offering a scenery of grand acacia parks, bordering rocky mountains and interesting variety of animals, plants and bird life that thrive in this arid environment.


The tiny settlement of Helmeringhausen in southern Namibia was founded during the German colonial era as a farm by a member of the Schutztruppe. Later it became famous for its Karakul sheep breeding.


Henties Bay is situated about 440 km from Windhoek, 70 km north of Swakopmund and 60 km south of the Cape Cross Seal Reserve. It is a small town with an extended stretch of beach ideal for long walks, sunbathing and picnicking.


Although tourism development in Namibia's south-eastern region slowed down in 1990 following the closure of the Mata Mata gate leading into South Africa's Kalahari Gemsbok Park, it is nevertheless an area well worth visiting to experience ...


Entrance to Kaokoveld, Damaralad and Kunene.


The northern Kunene Region is home to the Himba people, a nomadic tribe of Herero origin that still lives and dresses according to ancient customs and traditions.


Karasburg is a town of 4,000 inhabitants in the Karas Region of southern Namibia and the district capital of the Karasburg electoral constituency. It lies at the heart of the southern Namibian sheep farming industry.


En route to Walvis Bay and Swakopmund is Karibib, a small town known for the marble produced at a nearby quarry. The marble is used commercially for tombstones and to enhance public buildings and private homes in Namibia.

Katima Mulilo

Katima Mulilo is the largest town in the Caprivi. it lies at the crossroads of Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Angola.

Khaudum National Park

Situated in the north east of the country bordering on Botswana, the Khaudum Game Park is the only conservation area in Namibia that protects the northern Kalahari sandveld biome


Main centre and focal point of the scenic and historic attractions in the south is Keetmanshoop. Founded in 1860 by the Rhenish Mission Society, the town still retains vestiges of its original German buildings, as well as a number dating back to the arrival of the first Europeans


Khorixas, unofficial capital of the former Damaraland!


Situated on the edge of the Schwarzrand Plateau. It is within easy reach from the Duwisib Castle and is a convenient stop over between Lüderitz and Swakopmund.


Mariental is the admministrative hub of the Hardap region and an important agricultural centre.

Namib Naukluft

Home to several of Namibia's top tourist destinations including Sossusvlei, the Namib-Naukluft Park is a vast wilderness reserve with a surface area of almost 50 000 km2.

!Nami≠Nüs (Lüderitz)

The sheer isolation of !Nami#Nüs, the curious way in which its colonial-style buildings cling to the rocks overlooking the bay, on some days a deep iridescent blue, ...


Directly north of Windhoek lies Okahandja, a town of great significance to the Herero people because it was once the seat of Chief Samuel Maharero. Every year on August 26 - referred to as Heroes' Day - thousands of Hereros converge in the town to pay homage at the graves of their great chiefs.


Like many towns in Namibia, Omaruru originated as a mission station. The missionary Hugo Hahn was the first European to set foot in the area.

Orange River

The Garieb (Orange) River forms a natural frontier with Namibia’s southern neighbor South Africa.


Owambo's two main centres, Oshakati and Ondangwa, are in the Oshana Region. These two bustling towns have the same informality and happy-go-lucky nature of urban centres throughout the rest of Africa.


The small town of Otavi, with Grootfontein and Tsumeb, is part of the so- called Triangle, a relatively high-rainfall area prosperous in agriculture, mainly maize and lucerne, some under irrigation. While the town itself doesn't have much in terms of tourist attractions, the surroundings have.


The town of Otjiwarongo, a Herero word meaning "a good place", is an important centre for cattle ranching. It is situated about 250 km north of Windhoek, on a slope amid undulating plains.


Located in a cluster of low hills is the town of Outjo, an important cattle-ranching centre. The history of the town and surroundings is depicted in the Outjo Museum, where the focus is on gemstones and wildlife.

Popa Falls/Mahango National Park

The Mahango Game Park borders on the perennial Okavango River. Characterised by riverine forests, a broad flood plain, magnificent baobabs and large herds of elephant and red lechwe, the Mahango is one of Namibia's most diverse and interesting conservation areas.


A visit to the Rehoboth Museum will depict the history of this small town and the Baster community.


The Ruacana Falls is almost dry most of the year, but after good rains the Kunene becomes a mass of water that thumbles into the 120m gorge.


The riverside town of Rundu, on the banks of the Okavango River, is situated in Kavango, the home of Namibia's well- known Kavango woodcarvers



The top destination in the Southern Region is Sossusvlei with its monumental dunes, up to 325 m when measured from the base. These star-shaped dunes are a sought-after topic for artists and photographers.


On the left of the road, a few kilometres before reaching Namibia's top coastal resort, visitors are greeted by a curious sight - the Martin Luther "steam-ox" imported from Germany in 1896 to transport goods between the town and the interior.

Tiras Mountains

This area has four different ecosystems coming together to form a very unique and interesting route in any tour.


From 1905 the town of Tsumeb was closely linked to the mining industry, but mining operations have since been scaled down considerably.


Representing the one of Africa’s largest and most important rock-art concentrations. This area was awarded the World Heritage status.


The small sun-baked town of Usakos, nestled in the valley of the Khan River, developed around a station on the old narrow-gauge railway built in 1900. Beyond Usakos is the Trekkopje Battlefield, site of one of the most important battles fought during the short-lived 1915 campaign involving South African and German forces

Walvis Bay

While Walvis Bay is Namibia's major harbour town, it is fast developing into a soughtafter haven for spending a holiday at the sea. Attractions are the lagoon with its prolific bird life and variety of recreational possibilities, a desert golf course, modern and comfortable hotels and a choice of restaurants, activities such as sightseeing from a donkey cart and kayaking on the lagoon at sunrise.

Waterberg Plateau

Because of its elevated position, considerably higher rainfall and dense sub- tropical vegetation, the Waterberg Plateau Park forms a stark contrast with Etosha.

West Coast Recreational Area

This stretch of the Coast line is a fishermans paradise.


Windhoek is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Namibia. It is located in central Namibia in the Khomas Highland plateau area.

Victoria Falls


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