A Namibia holiday offers you to travel one of the most fascinating and diverse countries in the world and a number beloved travel destination. It is world famous for the highest dunes in the world at Sossusvlei and for the Etosha National Park. Etosha is one of world’s greatest conservation areas. Namibia holiday offers an unbelievable number of interesting places and attractions for travellers. When you enter Namibia, you will be greeted with a feeling of freedom. Undisturbed, you can let your eyes look into endless expanses, across barren lunar landscapes to the almost limitless horizon.
Visit the Namib Desert during your Namibia holiday, the country’s landmark and namesake. Namib Desert stretches along the entire coastal area on the Atlantic Ocean. As a result, it has an extremely thin settlement with only around 2.1 million inhabitants. In the midst of this desert adventure, an inestimable wealth of species awaits you. Such as lions, elephants, giraffes, cheetahs and rhinos, as well as a wide variety of other wildlife. Take a vacation in Namibia and discover the country during an exciting holiday.
During your Namibia holiday, you wander over the dunes of the Sossusvlei and Deadvlei or through Sesriem Canyon. The beautiful red sand dunes are the largest sand dunes of the world. Furthermore, you can catch a glimps of the Feral Horses of Garub. These can be found in the southern part of the Namib dessert. Visit Kolmanskop, a ghost town that is only a few kilometres outside of Lüderitz. When travelling the southern part of Namibia, don’t miss out to visit the Fish River Canyon. The Fish River Canyon is the worlds second biggest canyon. Be enchanted by the quiver tree forest, near the town of Keetmanshoop. A large forest with thousands of quiver trees.
Travelling in the northern-western part of Namibia, you find some more famous attractions. Drive via Spitzkoppe into Damaraland and visit Twyfelsfontein. An UNESCO World Heritage site, offering unique rock engravings. Some other stunning highlights are the Skeleton Coast and Etosha National Park. The Etosha National Park has the highest density of wildlife in all of Namibia. Including the “Big Five” and more than 130 other mammal species. For example, giraffes, zebras, hippos, various species of monkeys, wildebeests. Also, hyenas and wild dogs are seen in the national park.
How to travel
Namibia holiday is an exciting destination with options for all preferences. There are stunning lodges for the luxury traveller and camps for those with smaller budgets. The adventurous can go on a self-drive and enjoy a combination of lodges and tented camps. Mobile guided safaris are also a great option to get a ‘wild’ feeling. Namibia is a vast country and travelling from one place to another can take time. For this reason, there is a combination of fly & drive tours as well.
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