namib desert

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…

Swakopmund, Namibia

Swakopmund is Namibia’s premier coastal holiday town and is also considered to be the adventure capital of Namibia. Situated between the ever shifting dunes of the Namib Desert and the cold waters of the Atlantic Ocean this charming little town is definitely worth a visit.

Etosha National Park , Namibia

The Northern Region is dominated by the country’s top tourist attraction, namely Etosha National Park. Etosha is the highlight for most travellers visiting Namibia. Etosha is one of the largest game reserves in Africa with a surface area of approximately 23,000 km².

Lüderitz, Namibia

The town of Lüderitz was founded in 1883 and is situated in the south of Namibia and is developed around the harbour on a coastline that is considered by many to be the least hospitable coastline in Africa. It was however first known to Europeans as early as 1487 when Bartolomeu Dias encountered it in his voyages.

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