Namibia is a country in southwestern Africa, known for its striking landscape and diverse wildlife. This vast nation is characterized by its remarkable sand dunes of the Namib Desert, the ancient Fish River Canyon, the abundant wildlife of Etosha National Park, and its rich cultural heritage, including the indigenous Himba and San Bushmen communities.

Where is Namibia?

Namibia is located in southwestern Africa. It shares borders with Angola to the north, Zambia to the north-east, Botswana to the east, and South Africa to the south and south-east. To the west, Namibia has an extensive coastline along the Atlantic Ocean.

Nature, Adventure and Culture

A Country With Unique Charm

This nation offers multiple stunning geographical wonders such as the dramatic dunes of the Namib Desert, the majestic wildlife in Etosha National Park, and the awe-inspiring Fish River Canyon. Connect with ancient cultures by meeting the Himba and San Bushmen communities, and if you fancy city life, enlighten yourself with German colonial architecture in the capital, Windhoek. Whether you're an adventurous traveller, a wildlife enthusiast, a culture vulture or someone seeking tranquillity, Namibia is a destination that never disappoints.

Where Should I Visit in Namibia?

Namib Desert
Kolmanskop Village


Holding a graceful mix of German colonial architecture and vibrant African culture, Lüderitz presents a unique cultural mosaic. Visit historical landmarks such as the iconic Felsenkirche, marvel at the art nouveau architecture, and explore the eerie yet fascinating ghost town of Kolmanskop. Treat your taste buds to the town's fresh seafood, especially the locally caught rock lobster. Lüderitz, with its stunning vistas and rich geological diversity, transports you to an entirely different world. Soak in the desert beauty, compelling history, and diverse marine wildlife of this captivating corner of Namibia.

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