Namibia offers a wide variety of sights, from a variety of beautiful landscapes to interesting traditional tribes. The diversity makes it a great country to travel for both the adventurous traveler and the traveler who likes comfort.
When you travel through Namibia you have many different places of interest that you can visit, so think carefully about what appeals to you personally. If you contact us, we will be happy to think along with you about compiling your trip.
- In the south of Namibia you can visit the red dunes of the Sossusvlei, but you can also walk the less well-known dunes here in the area.
- You can enjoy views of one of the largest gorges in the world at the Fish river canyon.
- In Etosha National Park you are guaranteed to spot wild animals during safaris. You have a good chance of seeing different antelopes, elephants, zebras, giraffes, rhinos, but perhaps also lions or leopards and much more!
- The oldest fossil desert in the world is clearly visible on the skeleton coast. Along the coast you will find vast plains. Off the coast are old shipwrecks that have come ashore due to the strong current and a cape cross has established a colony of thousands of seals.
- In Bushmanland you can see how the former Bushmen have lived.
- The Kaokoveld is home to various tribes: the Herero where the ladies dress themselves in beautiful Victorian dresses and the Himbas who live entirely in their traditional Nomadic way with their cattle and where the ladies are clearly recognizable by the red clay with which they cover themselves.
- While in the cities of Windhoek and Swazkopmund a more European lifestyle is very common and you can dine in a beer stub (Namibia has been a colony of Germany) and can shop.
- In the extreme north-west of Namibia, the Marienfluss is a fantastic nature reserve that is reserved for the adventurous traveler.
- East of this on the border with Angola, Epupa falls is easily accessible and offers you the chance to enjoy the view of a beautiful waterfall after days of drought.
- In the far north-east of Namibia, the country continues above the border with Botswana in a narrow strip in the so-called Caprivi strip. This is a surprising piece of green and fertile Namibia.
You can easily combine a trip to Namibia with Botswana. This of course depends on how much time you have and what you want to see.
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