WHY TRAVEL TO NAMIBIA?
The Namib-Naukluft Park is the largest conservation area in Namibia and one of the largest in the world
Over 300 sunny days a year on average
Stargazing in a uniquely clear sky
Quadbiking in the desert
The Namib Desert, the oldest desert in the world
Big Five animals, including rare sub-species like black-faced impala
Over 3 000-year-old rock art at Twyfelfontein
A sea of dunes
Namibia is where the world-weary traveller finds rejuvenation and inspiration. It is home to one of Africa's greatest wildlife reserves, the Etosha National Park as well as the Fish River Canyon, the second largest canyon in the world.
Climb to the top of the world's highest dunes at Sossusvlei for an unforgettable view. After a long day of quadbiking, or game driving or even hot-air ballooning, there is no better way to relax than to sample some of the local beer, said to be the finest in Africa.
Namibia is named after the Namib Desert, which means “open space”
The fascinating desert plant, the Welwitschia mirabilis, which may live for more than a thousand years
Namibia was the first country to include protection of the environment (14% of the land) in its constitution
It’s the second least populated country in the world
- Fairy Circles, barren patches within grassland located on the eastern side of the Namib still remain a mystery to explain
- The Hartman's Mountain Zebra is virtually confined to Namibia
- The Skeleton Coast, Namibia's barren coastline, is so named due to the many shipwrecks that have happened
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