The only times you might want to avoid the Namib are between December and February when temperatures can climb to over 50 degrees. Between February and April, you may well see the desert in its summer garb of green grass and wild flowers, pans of water reflecting the highest sand-dunes in the world. The rest of the year is all rich red dunes, warm light and true desert dryness.
When to visit the Namib DesertDate: 19 Sep 2011
We tailor-make your trip so it’s unique to you. Here are some examples of one-off adventures we’ve planned before.South Africa: Malaria-free safari, riding, walking and more
Expect to pay from £2950See this sample trip