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Brandberg Mountain Range

Namibia's highest mountain the Brandberg Mountain Range is situated in the Erongo region in the western part of Namibia, ninety kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean and covers an area of 760 square kilometres. 

The Range gets its name from an almost black appearance and the bright colours that the setting sun paints onto the mountains as if the whole area was on fire.   

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Bwabwata National Park

Bwabwata situated on an old dune system runs north west-south east across the whole length of the park. Discover buffalo, hordes of elephants, lions and leopard, African wild dogs, sable, roan, giraffe as well as the usual impala, kudu and zebra. Large concentrations of Elephant and Buffalo roam freely in the park. Bwabwata is one of the last refuges of the renowned wild dogs of Namibia.

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Cape Cross Seal Reserve

Cape Cross has both historical and biological significance with its rocky bay, sandy beaches and salt pan. Tourism enhancing viewing of the seals, includes information signs along the walkway, renovated picnic areas, five campsites with fireplaces, and timber-plastic windshields. 

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Etosha National Park

Etosha is one of Africa’s largest and oldest National Parks. The vast, salt pan that is visible from space, covers 2 270 000 hectares (5 500 000 acres) and is home to an abundance of wildlife. There are a number of waterholes, including both natural springs and fountains and others fed by man-made bore holes.

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Fish River Canyon Park

Known for its outstanding natural scenery with panoramic views out over the Great Fish River, the Great Fish River Nature Reserve is home to one of South Africa's largest populations of Black Rhinoceros, located 200 kilometres from Port Elizabeth.

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Kolmanskop

Kolmanskop’s history is short and in a span of forty years the town had lived, flourished and died.

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Luderitz

Sandwiched between the barren Namib Desert and the windswept South Atlantic coast,  this harbour town is situated on one of the least hospitable coasts in Africa.

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Messum Crater

Messum Crater is not a meteorite or asteroid impact crater, it is part of an igneous ring complex and a once active volcano. regarded as among the wealthiest stone age sites to have been found in extreme arid landscape with average precipitation rates lower than fifty mm per annum, the centre part of Messum ‘volcano’ has collapsed into an area of eighteen kilometres in diameter.

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Mudumu National Park

Mudumu National Park is richly rewarding. The Natural features of the Kwando River floodplain and lush grasslands, and riparian woodlands enhance the completely flat area. The main attraction is the riverine habitat of the Kwando River, while inland the Mudumu Mulapo fossilised river course and the dense mopane woodland shelter numerous species.

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Nkasa Rupara National Park

Some refer to the area of Nkasa Lupala Park when describing the two dominant islands in the park.  Most of the park consists of channels of reedbeds, lagoons and termitaria islands. The Kwando River forms the western boundary and the Linyanti River the south-eastern border, but its Mamili which provides the ultimate wilderness experience.

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Richtersveld Transfrontier Park

Richtersveld Transfrontier Park straddles the border between South Africa and Namibia, and I is rich in plant and animal species all carefully adapted to survive in a seemingly barren desert landscape. 

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Skeleton Coast National Park

The ‘Skeleton Coast’ is renowned for being isolated, inhospitable and steeped in a spooky history. Over the years, many ships have run aground on this coast and these ships or ‘skeletons’ can still be seen lying deserted and corroding along the beaches forming a dramatic landscape.

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Sossusvlei

Sossusvlei, located in the red dunes of the Namib Desert, is formed where the natural course of the transient Tsauchab River is blocked by a mass of sand. 

This mass of sand stretches for 400kms South of Walvis Bay, sandwiched between the cold Benguela current of the west coast and the escarpment that runs parallel more than 100km inland. 

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Spitzkoppe

Spitzkoppe from the German for the pointed dome is a group of bald granite peaks or inselbergs located between Usakos and Swakopmund in the Namib desert.

The granite is more than 120 million years old, and the highest outcrop rises about 1,728 metres above sea level. 

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Swakopmund

Swakopmund is a charming and intriguing coastal town, complete with German architecture, monuments, historic buildings, well-maintained gardens, palm tree-lined avenues, coffee bars and great seafood restaurants. Temperatures are pleasant throughout the year, rarely dropping below 15C. It almost never rains, however, the town is subjected to 9 months of morning fog each year. 

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Twyfelfontein

Twyfelfontein has one of the largest concentrations of rock engravings in Africa. Most of these well-preserved engravings represent rhinoceros, Twyfelfontein is located close to a freshwater spring in a remote semi-arid area at the head of a valley in Damaraland.  

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Vingerklip

Situated halfway between the little town of Outjo and Khorixas, the Vingerklip is one of Namibia’s most famous and remarkable rocks. Described as a huge rock finger it protrudes vertically into the air. Standing on a hilltop the Rock Finger and a height of 929 metres above sea level, the rock itself is 35 metres high.

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Walvis Bay

Called the Bay of Whales, Walvis Bay is situated on the Atlantic coast. The largest deep-sea harbour in Namibia was discovered by the Portuguese sailor Diaz, who explored the West African coast from 1482 to 1489 and sailed into the bay for the first time in 1487. 

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Waterberg National Park

Towering sandstone cliffs, dinosaur footprints, mysterious rock engravings and some of Namibia’s most rare and valuable game species are synonymous with the Waterberg Plateau Park.

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Windhoek

In the midst of the ever-changing dunes, barren salt pans, isolated watering holes and ocean-side oases, Windhoek is the master link that holds them all together. While it serves as the gateway to a diverse array of scenic settings, the city itself can be a delightful attraction in itself.

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Cultural, Historic or World Heritage Site

Cape Cross Seal Reserve

Cape Cross has both historical and biological significance with its rocky bay, sandy beaches and salt pan. Tourism enhancing viewing of the seals, includes information signs along the walkway, renovated picnic areas, five campsites with fireplaces, and timber-plastic windshields. 

Learn More »

Fish River Canyon Park

Known for its outstanding natural scenery with panoramic views out over the Great Fish River, the Great Fish River Nature Reserve is home to one of South Africa's largest populations of Black Rhinoceros, located 200 kilometres from Port Elizabeth.

Learn More »

Luderitz

Sandwiched between the barren Namib Desert and the windswept South Atlantic coast,  this harbour town is situated on one of the least hospitable coasts in Africa.

Learn More »

Messum Crater

Messum Crater is not a meteorite or asteroid impact crater, it is part of an igneous ring complex and a once active volcano. regarded as among the wealthiest stone age sites to have been found in extreme arid landscape with average precipitation rates lower than fifty mm per annum, the centre part of Messum ‘volcano’ has collapsed into an area of eighteen kilometres in diameter.

Learn More »

Namib-Naukluft National Park

Namibia’s largest conservation area contains some of the country’s most iconic attractions: towering sand dunes at Sossusvlei, the imposing canyon at Sesriem, forgotten shipwrecks and ghost towns along the icy Atlantic coast, stark inselbergs and mountain ranges, and lichen-encrusted gravel plains.

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NamibRand Nature Reserve

NamibRand Nature Reserve, a vast privately owned reserve covering 200,000 hectares and bordering the Namib-Naukluft Park, is situated near Sossusvlei in southwestern Namibia. Visit this area for a glimpse of the majestic landscapes of red Namib sand dunes, golden grass savannah and impressive purple mountain ranges. 

Learn More »

Skeleton Coast National Park

The ‘Skeleton Coast’ is renowned for being isolated, inhospitable and steeped in a spooky history. Over the years, many ships have run aground on this coast and these ships or ‘skeletons’ can still be seen lying deserted and corroding along the beaches forming a dramatic landscape.

Learn More »

Sossusvlei

Sossusvlei, located in the red dunes of the Namib Desert, is formed where the natural course of the transient Tsauchab River is blocked by a mass of sand. 

This mass of sand stretches for 400kms South of Walvis Bay, sandwiched between the cold Benguela current of the west coast and the escarpment that runs parallel more than 100km inland. 

Learn More »

Spitzkoppe

Spitzkoppe from the German for the pointed dome is a group of bald granite peaks or inselbergs located between Usakos and Swakopmund in the Namib desert.

The granite is more than 120 million years old, and the highest outcrop rises about 1,728 metres above sea level. 

Learn More »

Swakopmund

Swakopmund is a charming and intriguing coastal town, complete with German architecture, monuments, historic buildings, well-maintained gardens, palm tree-lined avenues, coffee bars and great seafood restaurants. Temperatures are pleasant throughout the year, rarely dropping below 15C. It almost never rains, however, the town is subjected to 9 months of morning fog each year. 

Learn More »

Walvis Bay

Called the Bay of Whales, Walvis Bay is situated on the Atlantic coast. The largest deep-sea harbour in Namibia was discovered by the Portuguese sailor Diaz, who explored the West African coast from 1482 to 1489 and sailed into the bay for the first time in 1487. 

Learn More »

Waterberg National Park

Towering sandstone cliffs, dinosaur footprints, mysterious rock engravings and some of Namibia’s most rare and valuable game species are synonymous with the Waterberg Plateau Park.

Learn More »

Windhoek

In the midst of the ever-changing dunes, barren salt pans, isolated watering holes and ocean-side oases, Windhoek is the master link that holds them all together. While it serves as the gateway to a diverse array of scenic settings, the city itself can be a delightful attraction in itself.

Learn More »

Somewhere completely different

Brandberg Mountain Range

Namibia's highest mountain the Brandberg Mountain Range is situated in the Erongo region in the western part of Namibia, ninety kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean and covers an area of 760 square kilometres. 

The Range gets its name from an almost black appearance and the bright colours that the setting sun paints onto the mountains as if the whole area was on fire.   

Learn More »

Fish River Canyon Park

Known for its outstanding natural scenery with panoramic views out over the Great Fish River, the Great Fish River Nature Reserve is home to one of South Africa's largest populations of Black Rhinoceros, located 200 kilometres from Port Elizabeth.

Learn More »

Kolmanskop

Kolmanskop’s history is short and in a span of forty years the town had lived, flourished and died.

Learn More »

Messum Crater

Messum Crater is not a meteorite or asteroid impact crater, it is part of an igneous ring complex and a once active volcano. regarded as among the wealthiest stone age sites to have been found in extreme arid landscape with average precipitation rates lower than fifty mm per annum, the centre part of Messum ‘volcano’ has collapsed into an area of eighteen kilometres in diameter.

Learn More »

Swakopmund

Swakopmund is a charming and intriguing coastal town, complete with German architecture, monuments, historic buildings, well-maintained gardens, palm tree-lined avenues, coffee bars and great seafood restaurants. Temperatures are pleasant throughout the year, rarely dropping below 15C. It almost never rains, however, the town is subjected to 9 months of morning fog each year. 

Learn More »

Twyfelfontein

Twyfelfontein has one of the largest concentrations of rock engravings in Africa. Most of these well-preserved engravings represent rhinoceros, Twyfelfontein is located close to a freshwater spring in a remote semi-arid area at the head of a valley in Damaraland.  

Learn More »

Vingerklip

Situated halfway between the little town of Outjo and Khorixas, the Vingerklip is one of Namibia’s most famous and remarkable rocks. Described as a huge rock finger it protrudes vertically into the air. Standing on a hilltop the Rock Finger and a height of 929 metres above sea level, the rock itself is 35 metres high.

Learn More »

Undiscovered Beaches

Skeleton Coast National Park

The ‘Skeleton Coast’ is renowned for being isolated, inhospitable and steeped in a spooky history. Over the years, many ships have run aground on this coast and these ships or ‘skeletons’ can still be seen lying deserted and corroding along the beaches forming a dramatic landscape.

Learn More »

Walvis Bay

Called the Bay of Whales, Walvis Bay is situated on the Atlantic coast. The largest deep-sea harbour in Namibia was discovered by the Portuguese sailor Diaz, who explored the West African coast from 1482 to 1489 and sailed into the bay for the first time in 1487. 

Learn More »

Waterberg National Park

Towering sandstone cliffs, dinosaur footprints, mysterious rock engravings and some of Namibia’s most rare and valuable game species are synonymous with the Waterberg Plateau Park.

Learn More »

Wildlife

Brandberg Mountain Range

Namibia's highest mountain the Brandberg Mountain Range is situated in the Erongo region in the western part of Namibia, ninety kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean and covers an area of 760 square kilometres. 

The Range gets its name from an almost black appearance and the bright colours that the setting sun paints onto the mountains as if the whole area was on fire.   

Learn More »

Cape Cross Seal Reserve

Cape Cross has both historical and biological significance with its rocky bay, sandy beaches and salt pan. Tourism enhancing viewing of the seals, includes information signs along the walkway, renovated picnic areas, five campsites with fireplaces, and timber-plastic windshields. 

Learn More »

Etosha National Park

Etosha is one of Africa’s largest and oldest National Parks. The vast, salt pan that is visible from space, covers 2 270 000 hectares (5 500 000 acres) and is home to an abundance of wildlife. There are a number of waterholes, including both natural springs and fountains and others fed by man-made bore holes.

Learn More »

Fish River Canyon Park

Known for its outstanding natural scenery with panoramic views out over the Great Fish River, the Great Fish River Nature Reserve is home to one of South Africa's largest populations of Black Rhinoceros, located 200 kilometres from Port Elizabeth.

Learn More »

Luderitz

Sandwiched between the barren Namib Desert and the windswept South Atlantic coast,  this harbour town is situated on one of the least hospitable coasts in Africa.

Learn More »

Messum Crater

Messum Crater is not a meteorite or asteroid impact crater, it is part of an igneous ring complex and a once active volcano. regarded as among the wealthiest stone age sites to have been found in extreme arid landscape with average precipitation rates lower than fifty mm per annum, the centre part of Messum ‘volcano’ has collapsed into an area of eighteen kilometres in diameter.

Learn More »

Namib-Naukluft National Park

Namibia’s largest conservation area contains some of the country’s most iconic attractions: towering sand dunes at Sossusvlei, the imposing canyon at Sesriem, forgotten shipwrecks and ghost towns along the icy Atlantic coast, stark inselbergs and mountain ranges, and lichen-encrusted gravel plains.

Learn More »

NamibRand Nature Reserve

NamibRand Nature Reserve, a vast privately owned reserve covering 200,000 hectares and bordering the Namib-Naukluft Park, is situated near Sossusvlei in southwestern Namibia. Visit this area for a glimpse of the majestic landscapes of red Namib sand dunes, golden grass savannah and impressive purple mountain ranges. 

Learn More »

Richtersveld Transfrontier Park

Richtersveld Transfrontier Park straddles the border between South Africa and Namibia, and I is rich in plant and animal species all carefully adapted to survive in a seemingly barren desert landscape. 

Learn More »

Skeleton Coast National Park

The ‘Skeleton Coast’ is renowned for being isolated, inhospitable and steeped in a spooky history. Over the years, many ships have run aground on this coast and these ships or ‘skeletons’ can still be seen lying deserted and corroding along the beaches forming a dramatic landscape.

Learn More »

Spitzkoppe

Spitzkoppe from the German for the pointed dome is a group of bald granite peaks or inselbergs located between Usakos and Swakopmund in the Namib desert.

The granite is more than 120 million years old, and the highest outcrop rises about 1,728 metres above sea level. 

Learn More »

Twyfelfontein

Twyfelfontein has one of the largest concentrations of rock engravings in Africa. Most of these well-preserved engravings represent rhinoceros, Twyfelfontein is located close to a freshwater spring in a remote semi-arid area at the head of a valley in Damaraland.  

Learn More »

Vingerklip

Situated halfway between the little town of Outjo and Khorixas, the Vingerklip is one of Namibia’s most famous and remarkable rocks. Described as a huge rock finger it protrudes vertically into the air. Standing on a hilltop the Rock Finger and a height of 929 metres above sea level, the rock itself is 35 metres high.

Learn More »

Walvis Bay

Called the Bay of Whales, Walvis Bay is situated on the Atlantic coast. The largest deep-sea harbour in Namibia was discovered by the Portuguese sailor Diaz, who explored the West African coast from 1482 to 1489 and sailed into the bay for the first time in 1487. 

Learn More »

Waterberg National Park

Towering sandstone cliffs, dinosaur footprints, mysterious rock engravings and some of Namibia’s most rare and valuable game species are synonymous with the Waterberg Plateau Park.

Learn More »