With its unique geography and geology, Namibia offers the traveller a wide range of activities. This is reflected in an eclectic choice of hotels, lodges and camps. The Uyaphi team has selected a portfolio of properties which represent the best quality of their type within their geographic areas. One point which is common to all these establishments is the overwhelming hospitality with which you will be met.
The genuine warmth and curiosity by the local people will enhance your holiday and guarantee your return.
Typically, the best months for travel are during the winter months from May to November which is also the prime safari season.
Our specialist consultants will be able to guide you and arrange for you a bespoke itinerary incorporating many of the stunning lodges and camps we offer, from the Etosha National Park and Damaraland in the north, through the main towns of Windhoek and Swakopmund to Sossusvlei and the Fish River canyon in the south.
Namib Desert Lodges
Together with its huge open areas, imposing sand dunes and salt pans, the Namib Naukluft Park is actually ranked the fourth most significant conservation region on earth. The renowned Sossusvlei sand dunes at over three hundred metres are the highest on earth. You will find three primary sightseeing attractions in the area: Sossusvlei, Sesriem and Naukluft.
Etosha Park Lodges
Etosha which means 'great white place' is dominated by an enormous, glistening white salt pan surrounded by grasslands and bushveld.
Etosha is Namibia's key wildlife sanctuary as well as one of southern Africa's very best and most environmentally valuable game reserves.
Damaraland is recognized as being one of Africa's last true remaining wildernesses as well as being one of the most picturesque safari destinations.
The main attractions are the Spitzkoppe and Brandberg, the rock art, and the fascinating organ pipes and petrified forest at Twyfelfontein.
Fish River Lodges
The Fish River Canyon is spectacular and awe-inspiring in its size. The second biggest canyon in the world created by the eponymous river coursing through a desert ecosystem over millions of years;
the scenery is desolate, dusty and rocky with deep chasms.
After the culture shock of being in a German town transplanted 8000 kilometres to African coastal sunshine, you will actually find yourself in Namibia’s second largest town and it’s leading holiday destination. The attractive heritage buildings add character and incorporate many restaurants, pubs and clubs which enable you to escape the desert heat.
Windhoek's appeal is partly based on the mixture of African and European cultures and the friendliness of her people.
Namibia’s capital city is a city of vibrant contrasts surrounded by the beautiful Auas, Eros and Khomas Hochland mountains.