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Rent a motorhome in Namibia

A great place to begin an African adventure

Camper hire in Namibia allows you to experience the nature and culture of this vast country in the south of Africa. Namibia has grown in popularity in recent years for its unique landscapes and unspoilt beauty.

From towering red sand dunes to the abundant wildlife in Namibia's national parks, there is much to experience in Namibia. It is home to the oldest desert on Earth, one of the largest canyons in the world, and some of the best-preserved cave paintings.

When you book a campervan with, you are free to explore Namibia. We have rental partners throughout the country who can assist you. Here are some reasons to rent a campervan for your trip to Namibia.

Top 5 facts about Namibia

  1. The Namib Desert is the world’s oldest desert and is home to Sossusvlei, the highest sand dunes on earth, and Deadvlei with its preserved, thousand-year-old Acacia trees.
  2. Fish River Canyon is one of the largest canyons in the world, and visitors can explore its hiking trails, hot springs and unique wildlife.
  3. Etosha National Park is Namibia's premier wildlife park and is home to a diverse range of species, including elephants, lions and giraffes.
  4. The Skeleton Coast has been a treacherous stretch of coastline for ships over the centuries, and many shipwrecks from different eras line its shores and dunes.
  5. Kolmanskop is an old mining town that was abandoned in the early 20th century and is now one of the most photographed places in Namibia as the sand dunes reclaim the ghost town’s buildings.

These highlights await you when you visit Namibia with a motorhome

Once you book a motorhome holiday in Namibia, you can begin your adventure in one of the most stunningly beautiful African countries. If you are starting in Windhoek, the capital city of Namibia, you will be able to enjoy plenty of entertainment, dining and cultural experiences before hitting the road. If you are heading to the coast, explore the relaxing coastal town of Swakopmund and maybe take a dolphin cruise in Walvis Bay.

The Namib Desert is the oldest desert on Earth and one of the most popular locations to visit in Namibia. Sossusvlei is home to some of the tallest sand dunes on the planet, and some, such as Dune 45, are freely climbable by visitors, with sandboarding down its slopes being a popular activity. The desert is also home to Deadvlei; a once-fertile marshland now left barren and dry. Deadvlei is famous for its Acacia tree skeletons, dead for over a thousand years but still in a perfect state of preservation due to the dry air.

Namibia is home to a diverse range of scenic locations, like the Fish River Canyon, one of the largest canyons in the world, and the craggy Moon Landscapes and prehistoric petrified footprints located outside Swakopmund. Head to the Skeleton Coast to see the remains of ships that have been wrecked along its shores, or head to Spitzkoppe to see giant stone arches and ancient cave paintings from thousands of years ago. Visit Kolmanskop to see the much-photographed sand-covered houses of this abandoned mining town.

Etosha National Park is one of the best options for those wanting to experience wildlife in its natural habitat. Etosha is Namibia’s premier wildlife park, and visitors can journey to one of its many watering holes to witness giraffes, elephants, lions and rhinoceroses gathered in the same location. Other popular wildlife parks worth seeing include Okonjima Nature Reserve, where you can observe cheetahs, leopards and hyenas, and the forests and wetlands of the Zambezi region, home to buffalo, crocodiles and hippopotamuses.

These camper routes through Namibia are a must

Campervan hire in Namibia offers you the ability to explore many scenic routes in the country. Take the C27 Route from Sossusvlei to explore the Namib Rand Nature Reserve, home to diverse species of springbok, oryx and ostriches, plus beautiful mountainous landscapes. Alternatively, take the Kuiseb Pass Route through Namib Park to explore the area’s canyons and rivers.

The Fish River Canyon Trail will take you to some of the most popular viewpoints along the canyon’s edge, but be warned that not all parts of the trail are suitable for motorhomes and camper vans. There is also the C34 Route to Swakopmund, which will take you past the many shipwrecks and beaches of the Skeleton Coast.

Camper van hire: Useful information for a trip through Namibia

The main airport for Namibia is Hosea Kutako International Airport, located to the east of the capital, Windhoek. There are also regional airports to be found in various towns around the country. When you hire your campervan rental via, you will be able to pick from a variety of rental partners near these airports, regardless of where you begin your adventure.

Namibia has plenty of camping sites available, from the quiet and isolated to ones near popular attractions with modern facilities. Make sure you have warm clothing and bedding as temperatures drop considerably at night. Some recommended campsites include Canyon Roadhouse near Fish River Canyon, Okaukuejo near Etosha National Park and Sossus Oasis near Sossusvlei.

Rent a motorhome now and discover Namibia

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