Tips for a Self-drive Namibia Adventure - Part 2

23rd of December 2013 06:25

Driving around Namibia is not difficult, but you will need to take note of a few things before you set out on your epic self-drive adventure through the Land of the Brave. This is part two in a series of posts giving you all the information you need to make driving through Namibia as easy, and enjoyable, as possible.  For more useful tips, read part one on tips for a self-drive here. Explore Namibia and get up close and personal with


Tips for a Self-drive Namibia Adventure - Part 1

13th of December 2013 01:07

Travelling through Namibia by car is one of the best ways to explore this extremely vast and beautiful country. The freedom you have to stop anywhere and go anywhere can make driving in Namibia extremely rewarding. This post, the first in a series of two (click here for part two), will give you all the tips you need to make the most of your self drive road trips in Namibia.   Things you should have in your car A Camera. This is somethi


Motorbiking through Namibia

9th of December 2013 01:39

There are few more exhilarating ways to get around a country than by motorbike. Namibia, with its extensive and well-maintained road network, is the perfect place to go on a long and winding ride through its scenic and sweeping landscapes. In this post we have collected the information of several tour operators in Namibia that offer bike riders a chance to explore our country in a unique way. So read on if you have a taste for adventure of the tw


A Guide to Namibia for the First Timer

4th of December 2013 10:56

In a country with so much to do, and so much to see it can be difficult to know what you want to do on your first visit to Namibia. This post is aimed specifically at the traveller visiting our beautiful country for the first time, but even the most seasoned Namibia explorer could benefit from reading on. What to do First, you have to decide what you want to get out of your holiday. If you have a limited amount of time it is probably best to try


Flying over Namibia's Skeleton Coast

29th of November 2013 01:11

The Skeleton Coast is one of Namibia’s most remote locations. It is also one of the most beautiful and unique places in the world. This blog post will give you everything you need to know about going on a once in a lifetime flying safari to this isolated paradise.   Flying high above the dunes(Image courtesy of Natural High Safaris)   The Skeleton Coast can be difficult to get by land, as much of it is restricted and vehicles are sim


What to do in Windhoek

25th of November 2013 06:34

The bustling capital of Namibia is a city that proudly wears its history on its sleeve.  Buildings, monuments and neighborhoods not only weave a narrative of the local histories and cultures, but it also makes for fascinating sightseeing. Welcome to Windhoek! The city is clean, well organized and fairly easy to navigate, making it ideal for walking tours and casual sightseeing.  There are few must-visit sites in Windhoek that are all t


REST: Saving Namibia's Vultures

22nd of November 2013 10:58

The Rare and Endangered Species Trust is an organisation that operates in Central-Northern Namibia near the town of Otjiwarongo and the Okonkjima game reserve. Many of you may remember them from our post on Pangolin conservation, but REST also plays a leading role in the effort to conserve endangered vultures in Namibia. Read on to find out how you can help too. The Cape Griffon vulture, in flight.(Image courtesy of REST) The vultures'


Capture Namibia: Photography Tips from Lizzie Shepherd

19th of November 2013 12:43

Capturing the best of Namibia on film can be as challenging as the land itself, but never fails to reward avid photographers. We asked professional photographer Lizzie Shepherd from the UK to share some of the thrills and spills of her latest expedition to Namibia. "Skeleton Coast Dunes" © www.lizzieshepherd.com   Tell us about your most unforgettable moment while shooting in Namibia. It probably won’t surprise you to know there we


Visit the Edge of Namibia's Namib Desert

14th of November 2013 02:30

Aus is a small village that can be found in Namibia’s south west. It lies on the B4 national road and is a popular site to visit for travellers exploring the deep south of Namibia or those who are making their way to or from the charming harbour town of Luderitz.   Aus, stark and beautiful. How Aus was founded Aus’ origins can be traced back to July 1915 when German forces surrendered to the South African forces who had been p


Namibia's Sesriem Canyon: Just before the dunes of Soussesvlei

12th of November 2013 05:17

Sesriem is often only thought of as just a gateway to the famous and amazing Sossusvlei, but it is also home to the Sesriem Canyon, a natural gorge carved millions of years ago by the once mighty Tsauchab River. If you are heading into the Namib and you find yourself in the Naukluft National Park of Namibia, you will no doubt hear talk of Sesriem, a small settlement with a filling station and general supplies store close to the southern end of th


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