International Airport is Namibia's primary international hub with
regular and reliable links between Johannesburg and Cape Town, weekly
schedules connect Frankfurt and London. Secondary air links connect
Harare, Lusaka, Maun and Gabarone. Eros Airport just south of Windhoek
is the main hub for all domestic and charter connections. Namibia has
reasonably well serviced air strips throughout the country - our fly-in safaris
operate between private camp strips.
within Namibia are first class by African standards with nearly 4500km
of good tarred roads and an extensive network of gravel roads. Namibia
is second only to South Africa in terms of its road connectivity in the
sub region and is therefore ideally suited for self-drive and mobile safaris.
Sedans can cope with the roads connecting all of the major centres but
there are certain areas that demand 4x4 vehicles and even then only in
convoy. Local advice must be sought for certain wet season excursions in
the Kaokoveld (January to April), portions of the Caprivi are impassable
when the river systems are flooding from April to August.