Namibia is one of Africa’s most tempting destinations, a country of immense horizons, with spectacular sand dunes with a tough but beautiful coastal region and with reserves where you can watch elephants, black rhinos and giraffes.
Name: Republic of Namibia
Location: South Africa, the Atlantic Ocean, between Angola and South Africa
Currency: Namibian Dollar – NAD
Timezone: UTC +1 / UTC +2
Situated between the Kalahari depression and the South Atlantic, Namibia enjoys a vast tourist potential. In addition to stunning cultural diversity, Namibia is the dream of any photographer, who gets spellbound by landscapes of wild beaches, scenic mountains, endless deserts, stunning wildlife, and glamorous colonial cities. You must visit the following:
To discover and admire wildlife in their natural habitat, we recommend a Game Viewing in the park. Game Viewing is the standard way of observing wildlife in African National Parks, inside the vehicles, where rules in parks and safety considerations restrict exploration on foot. The conditions are ideal for safari cars and you will have the opportunity to see the famous African savannahs in the safety and comfort of safari vehicles.
The Namib desert (in the nama dialect meaning “plain field”) covers an area of about 40,000 ha from the Carunjamba river in Angola through Namibia to the Olifants river in Western Cape, South Africa and the Atlantic Ocean ) to the Namib plateau in the east. The dunes of the Namib Desert have the record of being the longest (up to 32 km) but also the highest reaching the heights of up to 300 meters.