Namibia is Southern Africa’s most westerly nation and is home to some of the most beautiful desert plains and sand dunes. This nation has a truly unique landscape; completely unlike Angola, South Africa and Botswana which are its neighbours. Namibia is also one of the largest countries in African, covering 824 000 square kilometres. While it covers a seemingly endless amount of space, at every turn you’ll find yourself facing a truly magnificent sight and rugged beauty.
Although Namibia’s desserts may look lifeless, they’re in fact buzzing with life and activity. Home to the African wildlife that tourists travel miles to observe, as well as their very own wild horses and snakes, Namibia has several game reserves for their visitors to visit. The most popular and established being the Etosha National Park where guests can either choose to camp or stay in luxurious accommodation.
If you’re planning an adventure into this beautiful and inspiring country, make sure you land up in Swakopmund, visit the Fish River Canyon, Damaraland and the Kaokoveld. A trip to the Skeleton Coast will show you the beauty of a desert meeting a coast. The Kalahari however, is one of the most astounding aspects of this nation, as it’s endlessly beautiful terrain and wildlife will take you to a mysterious and enchanting new world.
The capital city of Namibia is Windhoek, a city which is heavily influenced by Namibia’s previous colonial ruler, Germany. Today, however the country has close ties to South Africa; its currency linked to that of the rainbow nation.
Nomad tours will take you on an adventure like no other through the beautiful Namibian terrain, showing you the beautiful desserts, game reserves and cities while enlightening you to the lifestyle of the locals and the history of the country. For an exciting, unforgettable Namibia tour, travel with Nomad Tours.
NAMIBIA FACTS AND FIGURES
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|Highlights of Namibia|
|Etosha National Park||Bushmen Tours||Fish River Canyon|
|Namib Naukluft National Park||Orange River||Lunar Landscape|