Namibia Travel Guide
Plan Your Namibia Vacation
Many countries in Africa boast teeming wildlife and gorgeous scenery, but few, if any, can claim such limitless horizons; such untamed wilderness; such a pleasant climate; so few people (fewer than two per square mile); the oldest desert in the world; a wild, beautiful coastline; one of Africa's greatest game parks; plus—and this is a big bonus—a well-developed infrastructure and tourist facilities that are among the best in Africa. Welcome to Namibia.
Namibia's private camps, lodges, and other accommodations are often up to high international standards. Even deep at tented... read more
You won't find much truly Namibian food (although local venison, seafood, and Namibian oysters are superb); the cuisine is... read more
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
The world's oldest living desert: The Namib is everything you might imagine a "real" desert to be. A memorable drive: The... Read more
Size Namibia covers 824,292 square km (318,259 square miles). Capital Windhoek. Number of National Parks 20:... Read more
The Herero came to Namibia during the 17th century from East Africa. They're traditionally pastoralists, with cattle playing a major... Read more
More than 500 years ago, a daring little band of Portuguese sailors, inspired by the vision of their charismatic leader, Prince Henry the... Read more
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