Much of Namibia’s surface area is arid and birds in these dry areas have restricted distribution. The diversity of birds increases as one move towards either northeast or northwest of the country. Around September and October, the Palearctic migrants appear and remain until around April or May. Intra-African migrants are also around this time of the year. The coastal wetlands receive visits from various migrating species, as well as seabird species that are not normally seen inland of southern Africa. In essence, tours including the coast, as well as the country’s interior and riverine borders, make Namibia and excellent destination for birders. Select any one of our tours on a private basis and enjoy birding with our local birding guide, or alternatively talk to our safari consultants to put up a customized birding itinerary for you