Explore Namibia’s Unique Landscapes and Rich Wildlife
Namibia's Untamed Beauty Awaits Your Exploration.
Another African country with a great deal to serve in tourism is Namibia. Blessed with different kinds of terrain makes it simply captivating. Desert, savannah, wildlife, water bodies, ephemeral and perennial rivers, rock formations and coast- a lot to see one could be spoiled for choice.
Fish River Canyon
The second largest canyon in the world with the Fish river cutting through a plateau is a wonder of nature with wildlife and water activities to observe alongside its magnificence. You may also choose to make a stop at the canyon road house that imitates a road
Ai-ais Hot Spring
Lying at the end of the Fish river canyon, the hotspring, containing minerals is an attraction with its waters piped to jacuzzis and pools around it as the water in the hot spring itself is too hot.
A historical site that was inhabited by hunters and gatherers for over 6,000 years and was also used as a place of worship. Ancient rock art and engravings give an insight to their way of life and experiences then.
Etosha National Park
With an abundance of wildlife and a really large salt pan, Etosha is a must visit, attracting wildlife nearly throughout the year with its consistent water holes. Lots of birdlife too- including the ostrich.
Home to one of the world’s largest populations of fur seals, Cape cross at the skeleton coast is a place of interest to visit while in Namibia.
Kaokoveld also known as Kaokoland, it is a remote, rugged region in northwest Namibia. It comprises stunning landscapes; rocky mountains, vast desert expanses, rocky mountains and dry river beds. It is dominantly inhabited by the Himbawho are known for their distinct culture, distinct hairstyle and traditional lifestyle. Namib-Naukluft national park