Damaraland, Namibia

Twyfelfontein World Heritage Site Namibia

This is a stunning semi-desert area of beautiful landscapes, with characteristic table top hills.

Highlights of the area include the Brandberg, Namibia’s highest mountain which is also home to the ‘White Lady’ Bushman Painting.

You’ll also find Twyfelfontein, a rocky outcrop with some of the best examples of bushman paintings and engravings in Southern Africa.

Then there is Spitzkoppe, a large dramatic group of rocky outcrops, sacred to the San people.

Interesting rock formations and the remains of prehistoric volcanic action can also be seen in the Organ Pipes, Burnt Mountain, Doros Crater and the Petrified Forest.

Etosha National Park, Namibia

Zebra Etosha Namibia

Etosha National Park is undoubtedly the wildlife highlight of Namibia.

The wildlife is varied and plentiful, including lion, giraffe, elephant, leopard and rhino, and over 330 bird species.

The landscapes of Etosha makes it a unique environment with some thorn and Mopane trees, grasslands, and a large salt pan.

You will never tire of driving into the park to view the animals, or sitting quietly by the camp spot lit waterholes as rhino, lion and other animals come to drink after dark.

It is situated in the northwest of the country and is easily accessible by road.

Swakopmund, Namibia

Sand boarding Namibia

This pleasant coastal town of palm lined streets, seaside promenade and some good beaches also offers many wildlife and adventure activities.

Sandboarding, dune carting, parachuting, hot air ballooning,  bird watching and wildlife cruises are available in Swakopmund and near by Walvis bay.

Swakopmund has a holiday feel about it and is very popular with Namibians who flock there during the summer and at weekends.

The cooler coastal climate offer relief from the intense heat of the interior.

Windhoek, Namibia

Children in Namibia

Windhoek is the capital of Namibia, right in the centre of the country, with a population of 350,00 approximately  and at 1,680m (2,230ft) above sea level.

It is where almost all tours start and finish. The city centre is clean and well supplied with cafes, shops, malls, souvenir stalls.

The town also has private hospitals, a state run hospital, doctors surgeries, banks, (with 24hr ATM’s) pharmacies, supermarkets, bakeries etc.

There is an obvious German influence in the buildings and food, and for night life you’ll find a variety of restaurants, bars and night clubs in the town centre.

The town is a pleasant place to spend a few days and offers a variety of accommodation in town and in near by lodges. You can pick up a hire car here, too.

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