Namibia Parks and Reserves


The largest area covered by Namibia’s parks and reserves is along the coast – the Namib-Naukluft Park to the south, and the Skeleton Coast Park, which hugs the coast all the way up to the Angolan border in the north.

Within these parks you’ll find some interestingly adapted desert plants and animals and the inland desert areas are home to Namibia’s legendary desert elephants. For Big Game viewing, the Etosha National Park in northern Namibia is host to a diverse range of large mammals and is particularly good for predators.

If you’re more interested in bird-watching in Nambia’s parks and reserves, then besides the 340 species of Etosha, you’ll find masses of bird species in the lush wetlands of the Caprivi Game Park and the Caprivi’s tiny Mahango Game Reserve boasts a staggering 420 species.

Here is a complete list of the Namibia National Parks and Reserves:

Brandberg Nature Reserve
Bwabwata National Park
Daan Viljoen Game Reserve
Etosha National Park
Fish River Canyon Park
Khaudom Game Reserve
Mahango Game Reserve
Mamili National Park
Mudumu National Park
Namib-Naukluft Park
Namibrand Nature Reserve
Skeleton Coast Park
Waterberg Plateau Park