Namibia is a quiet country where time passes slowly. Looking for huge sand dunes, camping in the desert or just enjoying more wildlife? Looking for the oldest desert in the world? Look no further. Sossusvlei, Namib and Etosha answer all your questions. Namibia is a great place to be. Many group tours pass on their way from South Africa to Botswana and Victoria Falls.
Below are our most visited cities, destinations and national parks in Namibia.
Etosha National Park (116)
Etosha is a major national park with wild animals in Namibia. You can find the Big Five here, plus an abundance of desert live.
Swakopmund (and Walvis Bay) is Namibia´s playground, a holiday destination for tourists and locals alike looking to escape the heat of the interior and to have a little adventure. Swakopmund is particulary known for the dunes, where you can slide or ski down from.
Windhoek (´Windy Corner´) is the capital and only major city of Namibia.
Fish River Canyon (79)
The Fish River Canyon is the second largest natural gorge in the world and the largest in Africa. Set in a harsh, stony plain dotted with drought resistant succulents, such as the distinctive quiver tree or ´kokerboom´, the canyon is a spectacular natural phenomenon.
Namib Desert (78)
The Namib is a coastal desert in southern Africa. There is so little rain per year, that this is the only real desert and really not inhabitable.
Kalahari Desert (26)
The Kalahari desert is one of the oldest deserts in the world and a major source of information about the evolution of the planet. There is a whole lot of sand here...
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