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The ageless land of Namibia is a Gem to those in search of wildlife and wilderness, a land of contrasts with spectacular desert scenery and abundant wildlife. Namibia has a diversity of natural habitats: the rugged coastline and haunting beauty of the Skeleton Coast, the endless stretch of undulating ochre-coloured sand dunes at Sossusvlei, the impressive gorge of the Fish River Canyon winding through the arid landscape of the great plateau, and the vast salt pan of Etosha National Park, one of the world's greatest wildlife viewing venues. These are the attractions that draw travelers to one of Africa's more intriguing destinations, the unspoilt wilderness of Namibia.

Home to 13 distinct cultural groups which all maintain their ancient traditions, the country’s Germanic colonial past is reflected in the architecture of most major towns.

It boasts lots of sunshine, vast open spaces, a sparse population, an interesting variety of flora and fauna and an extensive choice of parks and accommodation.

There is a variety of activities that can be experienced in Namibia including dune biking, game viewing, white-river rafting, coastal and freshwater angling.


Situated on the southwestern Atlantic Coast of the African continent, Namibia derived its name from the Namib Desert, renowned for the pristine and haunting quality of its landscape. The country shares borders with Angola and ZambiaSouth Africa in the south and BotswanaNamibia has an estimated population of 1.8 million Namibia’s population density is one of the lowest in the world. Bountiful sunshine, awesome landscapes combined with an abundance of wildlife and a feeling of unconfined space make it a very special destination.

The country is liberating in its harsh natural beauty, which will inspire your senses and captivate your soul. Like a rough diamond waiting to be discovered in its ethereal magnificence,waits for its travelers or explorers to uncover its haunting beauty. Read more...


Rainfall occurs exclusively in the summer months, between November and February, when heavy thunderstorms can be expected. Summer is very hot and the Namib Desert should be avoided at this time as temperatures are often above 104°F (40°C). The coast is cooler and often foggy. The best time to visit is during the winter months from March to October (April and June are preferable) as days are warm and dry, and wildlife easier to spot as they tend to congregate at waterholes. Nights can be very cold with frost.