Weather at the moment
Weather all year round
Namibia has three types of climate: desert, semi-arid and subtropical. From December to April, very hot summer and rainy season (although quite short); from May to September, winter (pleasant weather in Namibia during the day and cold at night, up to -10°C at night in July in altitude or in the desert) and dry season; from October to December, hot and dry season (best times to observe wildlife in Namibia)
Namibia is a fairly expensive destination. To save money, it is worth travelling with several people. Namibia's hotel standards are in line with international standards. We pay in both Namibian dollars and South African rand. Payment by credit card is common and tips are not mandatory.
Entry to the parks remains accessible, $40 or $80 N depending on the park and per person + $10 N$ per car
No visas are required for travellers from the European Union, the United Kingdom, the United States, Japan and Australia to travel to Namibia. The 90-day tourist residence permit is issued at the border control, for example at Windhoek International Airport. A valid passport at least 6 months after the end of the stay in Namibia is required. Finally, it is recommended to have at least 2 empty pages for entry and exit visas.
By having your vaccines up to date in Namibia, you generally don't have any health problems. However, caution should be exercised in the lower regions of Namibia where there is malaria; appropriate treatments are available by prescription. Intestinal problems are common, but if you wash your hands often and pay attention to what you eat by focusing on well-cooked foods, you can save yourself a lot of hassle. In Namibia, tap water is drinkable.