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Imagine your trip to Namibia, designed for lifelong memories
Namibia is the perfect introduction to traveling in Africa. It is tourist-friendly and since english is the official language, it´s easy to get around. The exciting wildlife you´ve seen pictures of, the blue skies all year around and the warmth and openness of the locals will make your Namibian vacation unforgettable.
Once you get to the Namib Desert you will immediately understand why Namibia is one of the most photogenic places on Earth. The nights are as dark as they come. Camping out under the dazzling, starry skies and waking up to the sun rising up over the red Sossusvlei dunes is peaceful and energetic at once.
Namib is the world´s oldest desert and this is the only place on Earth where the desert sand dunes meet the ocean. This beautiful stretch, also referred to as The Skeleton Coast, has beaches and a coastline full of shipwrecks just waiting to be explored.
Next you should check out the Fish River Canyon. This is the second largest canyon in the world and the trail that goes through it is attractive to travelers for many reasons. First of all the scenery. The canyon is up to 27 km wide and in places almost 550 metres deep. The canyon has a rich wildlife consisting of mammals, birds and reptiles that have adapted to the sometimes harsh surroundings. And if you decide to hike this astounding 5 day-trail, you don´t have to worry about water supplies. The Fish River is safe to drink from.
Head north to see animals in the wild. Elephants, rhinos, giraffes, lions, leopards, hyenas, zebras and many more. And a whole range of exotic birds, including ostriches, flamingos and pelicans. There´s lodging and camping accommodation inside the park, all with game-proof fences, so you will probably get to see some of the animals up close and in their natural habitat. This area is one of Southern Africa´s best places to watch wildlife.
If you enjoy your occasional adrenaline rush, Namibia will keep you busy. There´s cave diving, rock climbing and skydiving. River rafting, kife surfing and mountain biking. Or sand boarding, if you haven´t had the chance yet.
There is a lot more to Namibia. Like the Kalahari Desert, the abandoned city of Kolmanskop and the people of the Himba tribe. And they are world-leading in ecotourism, so remember to pick your guides and accommodation accordingly.
This kickass country is waiting for you!