Namibia Travel Guide

Namibia shares its borders with Angola, Zambia, South Africa and Botswana

Namibia is a premier safari destination.
The people are friendly and you will enjoy a kaleidoscope of experiences –
bountiful sunshine – rugged mountains and canyons –

geological formations and phenomena – of extensive parks, resorts and accommodation venues.

Northern Namibia

Damaraland : semi desert – spectacular vistas
Etosha National Park: premier wildlife destination
Epupa Falls : waterfalls bordering Angola
Kaokoland : home to the Himba


Swakopmund : Namibia’s major holiday town
Walvis Bay : water sports, major harbour
Skeleton Coast: renowned for its shipwrecks
Cape Cross : Cape Fur Seal colony
Kolmanskop : near Luderitz, ghost town
Luderitz: small harbour town


Fish River Canyon : world’s 2nd largest canyon
NamibRand : private reserve in the Namib
Sossusvlei : some of the world’s highest sand dunes
Namib Naukluft Park: huge park
Ai-Ais Richtersveld : transfrontier park – mineral springs

Zambezi Region (Caprivi)

small strip of land bordering Zimbabwe and Zambia – characterised by numerous game parks – excellent fishing and birding spots
Katima Mulilo : important safari hub – airport
Mahango Game Park : on the Kavango river
Mudumu Park: good for birding and seeing predators


Windhoek: Namibia’s capital city
Twyfelfontein: world heritage site – rock art paintings
Kalahari deset : small dunes
Spitzkoppe : stunning granite mountains – rock art
Waterberg Plateau : important game reserve with endangered species

In Namibia experience

abseiling birding canoeing canyons
catamaran tours deserts dolphin cruises
dune adventures European cafe culture
fishing (coastal , freshwater and fly)
German style buildings ghost towns
golfing hiking horse and camel riding
hot air ballooning kayaking meterorites
mineral springs mountaineering and rock climbing
paragliding quad biking seal colonies shipwrecks
skydiving scuba diving stargazing waterfalls
white water rafting 4×4 trails

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