Namibia has long been a landlocked, sparsely populated and relatively poor country located between South Africa and the Atlantic Ocean. This aspect, along with its location to get the best sea views and shores, have combined to make Namibia one of the most favored holiday destinations in Africa. In fact, it is one of the most popular, if not the most popular holiday destination in Africa today.
Where Namibia, the country, is concerned, the beaches here are very different from those on the coastlines of the other African countries. Here, the water is as much a part of life as the sand and that means Namibians want to swim, sunbathe and do whatever they want to do on the beach. It is for this reason that many people take the boat tours from Durban to Namibia and back again, in order to escape the heat and dust of the city and get a tan.
Namibia has beautiful beaches all around the country. From the beautifully white sand dunes of the remote desert town of Shema Bay to the sandy stretches of the Tugela Beach in Gojjam, these beaches bring many tourists to the shores every year. Of course, many tourists come in the autumn when the weather is nice and the temperatures are cool and the sweltering heat has been stopped, which also provides the perfect opportunity to swim and sunbathe on the beaches.
As well as the famous Namibia beaches, there are also many lakes and ponds which are easily accessible from most towns and cities. Here you can take your bath and swim or go fishing and catch big fish. Many people like to spend their vacations at these lakes because it gives them a chance to do things they would not normally do on a normal day at the office.
Fishing on the lakes is also very popular. There are many lakes in Namibia where you can get a good catch. In many cases, the catch of a particular lake or pond will be unique because it will not be found anywhere else.
The most popular lake for fishing in Namibia is Lake Nakuru, which is located about an hour’s drive from the centre of Windhoek. This lake is home to many magnificent sharks, which are caught for their tasty meat. These fishing trips are popular with tourists because they are relatively inexpensive and the trip allows the fishermen to go fishing without having to fight the crowds of people waiting for the same thing.
The many lakes and ponds of Namibia are a great place to enjoy the different kinds of wildlife, including leopards, lions, cheetahs, elephants, hippos, crocodiles and many more. Of course, all these animals also require fresh water, which is something that can be scarce on Namibia beaches. For this reason, Namibians rely on the water provided by the many dams built to supply water to the many towns and villages in the country.
At times, getting to places such as Lake Nakuru and Tugela Beach is difficult. If you are coming in the summer, you may find it difficult to get to the Namibia beach because of the heat and humidity. You may have to travel to the nearby town of Mafeking, which will offer better facilities and access to the beach. However, if you arrive during the rainy season and do not have any trouble getting to the Namibia beach, then it is well worth the effort.
On some days, the Namibia beach may be covered in a thick layer of mud. It is common to see Namibians trying to walk their dogs, but it is important to take care when you are out in the mud because it can cause you to slip and hurt yourself. While walking, remember to walk in groups to avoid straying too far apart. It is also important to wear shoes that can handle the mud.
On those days when the sun is just too much for Namibia, tourists can visit the various thermal pools that are located in the area, which may not be so popular but are a good way to relax with a drink in hand. The swimming is quite fun, if you can resist the temptation to get out of the pool in your birthday suit.
Before leaving for Namibia, it is important to consider what you would like to do in the local area. This will help you find accommodation and give you a good idea of what you will see on your holidays. in Namibia.