Namibia Tourist Attractions
Rugged landscapes of Canyons and Ancient Deserts – Premier Wildlife Parks – diverse Cultures
See and Do in Namibia by Regions
Omaheke & Khomas Regions Gobabis, Okahandja, Rehoboth, Windhoek
Windhoek Equestrian monument • Christuskirch • Alte Feste fort • Tintenpalast • Wecke & Voigts coffee bar • Fountain, without water • Post Mall Street Shopping • Golfing
Windhoek Surrounds Reho-Spa • Oanob Dam • Ombo Ostrich Farm • Rhenish Mission Church • Kavango wood carvings • Annual August Red Flag Herero Procession • Gross Barmen Resort’s thermal hall and pool • Daan Viljoen Game Reserve • Gamsberg mountain • Arnhem Cave
Etosha, Oshana & Otjozondjupa Regions, Epupa falls, Grootfontein, Kamajab, Ondangwa, Opuwa, Otavi, Otjiwarango, Outjo, Ruaccana, Sesfontein, Skeleton Coast, Tsumeb, Twyfelfontein
The Etosha National Park Consisting of saline desert, Savannah and woodlands, the National Park is one of the largest Game Reserves in Africa.
4 x 4 in the Kaokoveld Bushmanland & the San people
Waterberg Plateau Park established to breed rare species such as Sable, Roan, Tsessebee, and Rhino
North Eastern Area
Caprivi and Kavango Region, Rundu, Divundu, Katima Mulilo, Kongola, Impalila Island
Zambezi River Tiger Fishing, Birding, Houseboats, game viewing. The entire Eastern Caprivi is a bird-watchers paradise with over 430 species
Khaudum Game Park is situated in the northeast of the country and consists of a densely wooded wilderness that harbors several big game species and a multitude of bird life.
Mamili National Park – Caprivi Strip
encloses the largest wetland area with conservation status in Namibia. A network of channels, reed-beds, ox-bow lakes and a vast diversity of wildlife characterize the park
Bwabwata National Park This 32km-wide caprivi park of 5 715km² extends for about 180 km from the Okavango River to the Kwando River. The main road goes straight through it
Kavango River: Tiger Fishing, Birding, Houseboats, game viewing, Popa falls
Mudumu Game Park – Caprivi Strip is a vast expanse of dense Savannah and woodland. The Park is home to small populations of sitatunga and red lechwe, while spotted-necked otter, hippo and crocodile inhabit the waterways
Mahango Game Reserve borders on the perennial Okavango River and is characterized by riverine forest, broad flood plains, magnificent baobab trees and large herds of elephant, buffalo and red lechwe to name but a few.
Henties Bay, Swakopmund, Walvis Bay, Skeleton Coast, Luderitz, Cape Cross, Sperrgebiet Park
Swakopmund: German colonial buildings & German delicacies
Adventure Activities; quad-biking, sand-boarding, parasailing
Walvis Bay: Dolphin Cruise • Sandwich Harbour tour
Sandwich Harbour situated near Walvis Bay is a sensitive environment that has gained international importance as a wetland
Angling on the West Coast : Excellent ocean line fishing
Cape Cross Seal Reserve
with its surrounding area was proclaimed a reserve in 1968 to protect the largest and most well known of the 23 Cape Fur Seal colonies that breed along the coast of Southern Africa
The Welwitschia Trail east of Swakopmund offers a closer look at the Welwitschia mirabilis, the oldest living desert plant on earth that is endemic to the Namib Desert. Close by, the Moon landscape with its eroded hills and lifeless features reminds the observer of a surface similar to that of mars!
Hardap and Karas Region, Ais Ais, Fish River Canyon, Aus, Helmeringhausen, Kalkrand, Karasburg, Keetmanshoop, Luderitz, Maltahohe, Mariental, Solitaire, Sossusvlei, Namib
Sossusvlei monumentally high dunes are a sought after topic for photographers. With their warm tints ranging from pale apricot to brick orange and deep red, they contrast vividly with the large white clay pans at their bases.
Sesriem Canyon where the erosion of many centuries has incised a narrow gorge that serves a geological book for the traveler
Duwisib Castle – Nature Drives – Quiver Tree Forest –
The Fish River Canyon is the second largest canyon in the World. It is set in a harsh stony plain dotted with drought resistant succulents and inhabited by a diversity of desert-adapted animals such as the Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra, springbok and oryx
Scenic Canyon Nature Drives
Sun Rise Walks and overnight Trails
Wild Horses of the Namib – Kolmanskuppe ghost town, Luderitz, diamonds – Ballooning in the desert
Namib Naukluft Park
This is one of Namibia’s most versatile conservation areas stretching over some 50 000 sq km with many a key feature and making it Africa’s third largest National Park: