How should I pack clothes for Namibia?
Get ready for a unique photographic adventure in Namibia in September! From sand dunes to safaris, our itinerary offers a variety of stunning landscapes and photographic opportunities. But before packing your bags, make sure to bring the appropriate clothing to comfortably enjoy your trip.
During our days in Sossusvlei, it’s important to wear lightweight and breathable clothing to withstand the heat during excursions to the dunes. Opt for cotton or linen fabrics that allow for ventilation and keep your body cool. Don’t forget to include hats or caps and sunglasses to protect yourself from the intense desert sun rays. Also consider bringing a lightweight sweater for cooler nights.
In Swakopmund, where we’ll enjoy a catamaran ride and a 4×4 dune excursion, it’s important to wear comfortable and weather-appropriate clothing. We recommend closed-toe shoes for the 4×4 excursion and a light jacket for the cool sea breeze.
In Etosha National Park, where we’ll have days of photographic safari, it’s important to wear neutral-colored and lightweight fabrics to blend in with the environment and not disturb the animals. It’s also advisable to bring warm clothing for cooler nights in the park.
During our visit to the Himba village, it’s important to respect their culture and customs, so it’s recommended to wear modest clothing and cover your shoulders and legs.
In general, it’s recommended to pack comfortable and weather-appropriate clothing for Namibia’s warm climate. Don’t forget to include a swimsuit to enjoy the pools in the hotels and sun protection to shield yourself from the intense sun. It’s also useful to bring a small backpack to carry your personal belongings during excursions.
With these clothing tips, you’ll be ready to enjoy an unforgettable photographic adventure in Namibia in September!