Mufasa Car Rental & Safaris welcomes you to explore our beautiful country, Namibia, home to one of the oldest and largest deserts in the world. Namibia prides itself in one of a kind spectacular views over the vast open landscapes with boundless horizons. Experience nature in it's truest form while driving off road and seeing wild animals roaming freely and be able to witness never seen before roseate sun sets over the horizon, you have to be here to really experience what nature is all about. We are outdoor, nature, off road, 4x4 and camping enthusiasts helping you to have the true Namibian adventure. We are based in Windhoek and here to assist you with 4x4 Car Rentals, camping equipment, accommodation, route planning and more.
Tour independently in one of our 4x4 vehicles. Mufasa Car Rental Namibia offer a number of services to make your self drive tour easier, including one of our 4x4 vehicles, camping equipment, itineraries, accommodation bookings. SEE MORE.
Discover the beauty and magnificence of Namibia or Botswana with our self drive guided safaris. Drive your own vehicle in a group of vehicles and a guide vehicle.
Namibia can be visited throughout the year. The climate is generally dry and pleasant. Best time to view wildlife is in the non-rainy seasons. This is between late March up to October, there will then be little water and the vegetation decreases so the wildlife is more likely to rely on water holes left behind. From December to March you can expect some rainfall which can make off road driving tricky, and difficult to view the wildlife but never the less will be a great and beautiful experience of Namibia.
Will you be visiting the Kaokoland? See if you can spot any of these almost life-size stone sculptures which are mysteriously appearing all over the area. They are made with the rocks which prevail here, held within a metal frame. Each one is unique, striking a different pose in this beautiful, stark landscape. The sculptures have been spotted along the road on the routes between Puros in the south, Van Zyl's Pass in the east, Otjinungua in the north and the Skeleton Coast Park in the west.