Namibia, Etosha Park: tips for a top game viewing destination 

Etosha National Park is located in northern Namibia, about a 5 hour’s drive from Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. This famous game park is dominated by the arid Etosha Pan, a lake that dried up millions years ago. Proclaimed in 1907, Etosha […]

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Namibia, Solitaire: an apple pie in the middle of the desert

Many tourists use Solitaire as a stopover en route to or from Sesriem and the Sossusvlei. It is situated in a very sparsely populated area close to the Namib Naukluft Park ( 80 km ) at the crossing of two […]

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Namibia, Spitzkoppe: the Mattherhorn of Africa.

 Spitzkoppe is a spectacular group of boulder granite peaks in Namibia’s Pondok Mountains. The granite is over 700 million years old and the highest outcrop rises about 1,784 meters above sea level. The peaks stand out in the surrounding flat plains […]

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Namibia, Sossusvlei: the highest dunes in the World

Namibia is renowned for its remote areas and during a trip throughout the country one of the place ‘’ not to be missed ’’ is the Namib desert , the oldest in the World. In the Nama language, ‘Namib’ means […]

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Namibia: a dream called “scenic flight” over the desert

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Namibia, Sossusvlei desert When you think about Namibia, the first thing that stuck in your mind are the dunes that touch the ocean with their gold sand . I have always dreamt to have a ride on a plane to […]

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Namibia, the fur seals of Cape Cross

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Namibia, Cape Cross In 1486, Diego Cao was the first european to set foot on the coast of Namibia and he erected a cross in honor of John I of Portugal at the site now know as Cape Cross. In […]

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