These Trip Ideas featuring Lüderitz offer a chance to potter around this quirky and fascinating old German town, on the southern part of Namibia’s coastline. Sandwiched between two vast mining areas, there is only one road to Lüderitz; past the famous herd of desert horses, and across the sands of the Namib Desert.
Take in the interesting architecture and colourful buildings; visit the eerie and photographically spectacular ghost town of Kolmanskop, go on a boat trip to see the African penguin colon, or explore the spectacular peninsular of beaches and bays – there’s plenty to do on your holiday to Lüderitz.
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Eland Self-drive Safari
| 20 days|Individual trip
This extensive and excellent value self-drive trip spends 19 nights on safari, taking in the varied highlights of both northern and southern Namibia. Relish the freedom of Namibia's endless landscapes along often empty roads as you discover the scale of Fish River ... More about Eland Self-drive Safari
Ostrich Self-drive Safari
| 17 days|Individual trip
Leave the rat race behind on this 16 night self-drive safari, taking an offbeat route through the vast, varied and dramatic desert landscapes of Southern Namibia and Northern Cape. From Windhoek you travel through Southern Kalahari and cross the border into Kgalagadi ... More about Ostrich Self-drive Safari
Springbok Self-drive Safari
| 16 days|Individual trip
Created specifically with keen walkers in mind, this varied and scenic self-drive safari spends 15 nights in Namibia taking in the magical desert landscapes of the south and the rugged mountain scenery of the Central Highlands. Discover remarkable highlights such ... More about Springbok Self-drive Safari
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