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Luxury Vacation To NAMIBIA

Luxury Vacation To Namibia – It’s life and death. And never has the battle been so beautifully fought. One look at the Namibian landscape and you will understand. Nowhere in the world is such visual splendour matched with such unmerciful harshness – if anything is to survive here, in the sea of dunes, within the rocky canyons, or along the Skeleton Coast, it has to be equally extraordinary. Thankfully, nature has provided just such a cast. Its members include desert-adapted elephants, rhinos and lions, fog-basking beetles, great white sharks, rare mountain zebra, cartwheeling spiders and some of the most intriguing people you’ll meet on the planet.

Best time to visit in Namibia

May to September (the dry season)

Best time to visit in Namibia

May to September (the dry season)

Places to visit in Namibia

  • Classic safari wildlife emerging from the heat haze on Etosha Pan.
  • The hungary sands of the Skeleton Coast consuming the massive rusty relics that ran aground on this mist-shrouded shore.
  • The earth opening up before you as you approach the edge of the gapping Fish River Canyon.
  • Spitzkoppe, the ‘Matterhorn of Africa’, rising boldly from the Damaraland plains.The wild horses of the Namib.

Places to visit in Namibia

  • Classic safari wildlife emerging from the heat haze on Etosha Pan.
  • The hungary sands of the Skeleton Coast consuming the massive rusty relics that ran aground on this mist-shrouded shore.
  • The earth opening up before you as you approach the edge of the gapping Fish River Canyon.
  • Spitzkoppe , the ‘Matterhorn of Africa’ , rising boldly from the Damaraland plains.The wild horses of the Namib.

Top things to do in Namibia

  • Cruise the Caprivi Strip and embrace the wet and wild life on the banks of the Choke River
  • Skydive over the extraordinary meeting place of two great seas, the Namib Desert and the Atlantic Ocean
  • Hike along the serpentine spine of a dune at Sossusvlei at sunrise
  • Track endangered black rhinos through the parched landscape of the Kaokoveld
  • Slide down the garnet-laced dunesnear Terrace Bay to hear (and feel!) them roar

Top things to do in Namibia

  • Cruise the Caprivi Strip and embrace the wet and wild life on the banks of the Choke River
  • Skydive over the extraordinary meeting place of two great seas , the Namib Desert and the Atlantic Ocean
  • Hike along the serpentine spine of a dune at Sossusvlei at sunrise
  • Track endangered black rhinos through the parched landscape of the Kaokoveld
  • Slide down the garnet-laced dunesnear Terrace Bay to hear (and feel!) them roar

Discover Namibia

  • Read Born of the Sun, which follows the coming of age and political awakening of author Joseph Diescho.
  • Listen to the vibrant voices of the Mascato Coastal Youth Choir.
  • Watch Namibia, The Struggle of Liberation, a story about the nation’s first president and his fight for independence.
  • Eat oshiwambo (a memorable mixture of spinach and beef).
  • Drinkk prickly-pear-cactus schnapps.

Discover Namibia

  • Read Born of the Sun , which follows the coming of age and political awakening of author Joseph Diescho.
  • Listen to the vibrant voices of the Mascato Coastal Youth Choir.
  • Watch Namibia , The Struggle of Liberation , a story about the nation’s first president and his fight for independence.
  • Eat oshiwambo (a memorable mixture of spinach and beef).
  • Drinkk prickly-pear-cactus schnapps.

Namibia Highlights

Mountainous to have been slowed by skipping along the atmosphere, ‘Forbidden Zone’ (aka Diamond Area 1), the Skeleton Coast, sandboarding

Namibia Highlights

Mountainous to have been slowed by skipping along the atmosphere , ‘Forbidden Zone’ (aka Diamond Area 1) , the Skeleton Coast , sandboarding

One word for Namibia Tourism

Geogaandit?/Matisa?/Kora? (How are you? in Afrikaans/Damara/Herero)

One word for Namibia Tourism

Geogaandit?/Matisa?/Kora? (How are you? in Afrikaans/Damara/Herero)
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