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Oranjemund, Namibia

The unique town of Oranjemund is located in the deep south of Namibia and has a population of about 4000 people. Located within the Sperrgebiet National Park and only 3 km’s from Alexander Bay and on the northern bank of the Orange River it has an interesting history.

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Sandwich Harbour 4×4 Trips

Sandwich Harbour is located approximately 80 km’s south of Walvis Bay and is part of the Erongo Region. Excursions to Sandwich Harbour are a very popular activity for those holidaying in Swakopmund or Walvis Bay. Half-day tours (full day tours are also available) to Sandwich Harbour are available via a number of professional and experienced activity operators and is an ideal outing for the whole family.

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Twyfelfontein – Namibia’s first World Heritage Site

Twyfelfontein (which means ‘uncertain spring’ in Afrikaans) was first proclaimed a National Monument in 1952 and in 2007 UNESCO awarded Twyfelfontein World Heritage Status. Twyfelfontein is not a town, it is a place. It is situated in the Huab valley of Mount Etjo in the Kunene Region of North Western Namibia (formerly known as Damaraland). …

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Namib Desert

The Namib stretches for over 2000 kilometers along the Atlantic coasts of South Africa, Namibia & Angola. It covers an area of approximately 81000 km².

Sossusvlei, Namibia

Sossusvlei is the Southern Regions’ most popular tourist attraction and forms part of the Namib Sand Sea World Heritage Site and is located in the Namib Naukluft Park.

Waterberg Plateau National Park, Namibia

The Waterberg National Park is one of Namibia’s national parks and is located near the town of Otjiwarongo. Many travelers choose to stay in this area as it is ideally situated either on route to Etosha or the City of Windhoek. The park itself is situated on a plateau and rises up to over 400 meters in some places. The park itself is 405 square kilometers. The name ‘Waterberg’ can be translated into ‘Water mountain’ and derives its name from the natural springs which surface on the lower slopes…

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