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The sublime sunsets are only one of many natural wonders that draw adventurers and nature lovers into arid Namibia. Namibia isn’t pleasant; it is overwhelming. The silent beauty of its landscapes will penetrate your heart and soul. Behind a hot, dry and sparsely populated façade lies a treasure trove of wildlife, geological wonders, cultural diversity and famously picturesque landscapes.

This comprehensive guide opens up a surprisingly colourful African country that stretches from the icy waters of the Atlantic to the rivers of the Caprivi Strip; from the mighty Fish River Canyon to the wildlife of Etosha National Park. Sandwiched by the Kalahari and the Namib Desert Namibia is a destination for the rough adventurer as well as the most discerning traveller. NamibiaTourism.org covers every inch of this vast country. Your exploration starts here!

/Ai-/Ais Richtersveld Tranfrontier Park

Namibia’s first Transfrontier Conservation area covers a stark landscape with an otherworldly feel. The naked ground is arid with curious geological formations of which the Fish River Canyon is the most famous.Read more

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Bwabwata National Park

Bwabwata National Park covers the skinny arm of the Caprivi Strip. Formerly known as the Caprivi Game Park the park now includes the Kwando, the buffalo and Mahango core areas. Today BwabwataRead more

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Daan Viljoen Game Park

Set west of Windhoek in the Khomas Hochland the Daan Viljoen Game Park is a popular getaway for the capital s residents. At 40 km Daan Viljoen is a comparatively small parkRead more

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Dorob National Park

Dorob National Park is a huge playground for anglers and 4×4 drivers. The rugged coastline is a prime location for rock and surf angling. The Benguela Current washes up against the NamibianRead more

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Hardap Game Reserve

Namibia s largest dam lies close to the origin of the Fish River. Close to Mariental and about 250 km south of Windhoek Hardarp Game Reserve wraps around the 25 km HardapRead more

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Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area

The KaZa Treaty legally and formally established the world’s largest conservation area on 18 August 2011. The milestone in nature conservation allows many species especially elephants to take up their ancient migrationRead more

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