Namibia - The Pride of South Africa

Formerly under Germany, Namibia has only recently achieved its independence in the 1990. Located in the southern Africa, there are many forms of tourist attractions in this country. The people are friendly and speak over nine different languages. The wide spread Namib and the Kalahari desert span through a huge distance and offer many scenic attractions. The country is famous all over the world as it produces some of the highest quality diamonds in the world. Famous for its Wildlife Safaris, it offers to its visitors a chance to see some exotic animals and the unique wildlife in the heart of Africa. It attracts a large number of tourists interested in adventure and thrill.
Namibia
You can pick the adventure you want from trekking and hiking through dense and beautiful locations to safaris and anima, watching in zoos and sanctuaries. The country has found a way to preserve its culture and offers tourists a deep insight into its authentic beliefs and culture.


Getting there

The entry into the country requires a valid passport and an address of the place you are visiting. Apart from some selected countries, foreigners are required to obtain a valid visa before visiting it. You can choose to enter the country by air, road and by train using its convenient transport facilities.

Places of Interest

1. Namib desert
Namib desert

Stretching for over 1000 km in the Atlantic coast, it is one of the oldest deserts in the world and the country is named after it. Having some of the highest sand dunes in the world, it offers scenic views and places in the desert. The sand has a unique and a rusty color to it.

2. Fish River Canyon
Located deeper in South Africa, it is one of the biggest canyons in the world. Stretching for nearly 160 kms, it is near 27 km at its widest and 550m at its deepest.

3. Etosha National Park
Etosha National Park

The national park placed in South Africa is famous all over the world and offers a unique peek into the rich and diverse wildlife found in the Africa.

4. German Influenced Hotels
Some hotels in the country influenced by the Germans still make their presence felt.

5. Skeleton Coast National Park
Skeleton Coast National Park

In the northern part of the county is the inaccessible and barren expanse of stones and sand. The coast is laden with many shipwrecks.

This is the perfect location for people looking for adventure and thrill. Offering a peek into the African culture and history, it has become a popular tourist destination.