Visit the Fish River Canyon in Namibia

  Distinguished by its barren environment and desert landscape, the Fish River Canyon is by far one of the best kept secrets of Namibia. The immensity is breathtaking and should definitely be part of everyone’s trip to Namibia. The Fish River Canyon is definitely...

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35 Photos to inspire you to visit Namibia

Before visiting the country of Namibia, I had no idea what to expect. The only thing I knew was that most of Namibia is covered in desert. I had travelled through deserts before and they always intrigued me. What I discovered in Namibia however was truly breathtaking...

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Top 25 unique things to do in Namibia

Namibia is an amazing country with lots of great, spectacular and countless things to do that are unique to the country. Namibia offers colourful dunes, vast open deserts, spectacular wildlife, local tribes and an endless coastline. When I first visited, I discovered...

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Vintage cars in the desert of Namibia

  Namibia is a vast and beautiful country located in Southern Africa. It is mainly known for its wildlife, stunning natural landscapes, 'skeleton coast' and spectacular red dunes. Around 80% of Namibia is made up of desert, giving it a very important role in the...

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13 Interesting facts about Namibia

  Located in Southern Africa, Namibia is a sparsely populated yet fascinating country to visit. Vast open landscapes interspersed with red coloured dunes where wildlife can still roam free in their natural habitat make Namibia a country to visit again and...

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Top 10 Highlights of Southern Namibia

  Namibia is a country which has by far some of the most spectacular scenery in Africa. It’s a country of superlatives, with vast unspoiled landscapes, diverse wildlife, unique landmarks and interesting cultures. The name of the country is derived from the Namib...

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Kolmanskop Ghost Town – From Diamonds to Dust

  Not a whole lot can be said about the abandoned ghost town in the south west of the Namib desert in Namibia. Established in the early 1900’s, it reached a peak population of just 1300, before it was eventually abandoned in 1956, to be slowly reclamed by the...

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Etosha – A waterhole safari

  Located in the northern part of Namibia, Etosha is one of Africa’s premier game viewing parks. When it was proclaimed a national game reserve in 1907, Namibia was still under German rule and known as German South West Africa. Currently the national park covers...

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The Himba people of Namibia

  The Himba tribe in the north of Namibia, with an estimated 50.000 people, are still living the way their ancestors did. Not many cultures have managed to withstand the ever-growing technological world like the Himba tribe have. Dressed in nothing more than a...

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