Holidays to Namibia may not be possible on a daily basis, but when they are, it’s a good idea to make sure you pack light and carry some essentials with you. Namibia is an incredibly beautiful country, with stunning scenery and great food. While Namibia doesn’t have a major population of tourists, there are still plenty of places to visit. Here are some of the top attractions in Namibia:
Namibia, a South African country in the south-west Africa, is known for its stunning Namib Desert and the Atlantic Ocean coastline along its southern tip. The country’s capital, Windhoek, has a German colonial-style town called Christuskirche where a huge memorial stone was built in 1903. In the north, Etosha national park boasts an ancient salt pan that attracts game like giraffes and rhinos.
In the beautiful country’s north-eastern region, there is a national park where you can hike along the beautiful Transvaal plateau. You can also visit the Lake Bogoria and the Orange River. In Namibia’s far north-western region, you can visit the Okavango delta which is also a popular tourist attraction.
The world famous Okavango Delta in Namibia is a major draw for tourists who take a helicopter over. This area is one of the most important migratory routes in Africa as millions of birds and mammals make their way here every year. You can enjoy a close look at the wildlife while relaxing in a luxury hotel or enjoying your holiday by scuba diving, swimming or horseback riding around the delta.
The Okavango delta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is one of the most beautiful and diverse ecosystems in Africa. The delta is home to an amazing array of unique wildlife such as giraffe, buffalo, elephants and rhino. You will be amazed at the variety of animals and birdlife in this region of Namibia.
A safari tour through the Great Rift Valley can allow you to view the vastness of this African wilderness and the unique beauty of the landscape in its true form. You can see large herds of animals and gazelle and even the rarer species such as the black rhino. You can also view the stunning wildlife from a helicopter over the Serengeti plains.
If you love horses, then you will want to check out the Okavango Delta area of Namibia where you can experience horse riding on an Indian horse. On a safari tour, you will be able to feed the animals and give them water, hay, and brush up on horsemanship techniques, so that you know how to take care of your own equine friends when you are gone. You will also enjoy horseback riding on the Indian plains, allowing you to witness how the animals run free and enjoy the scenery at the same time.
For those who love adventure and want to visit all of Africa on holiday, you can take a safari to Namibia in South Africa. One popular area of interest is the Karoo desert region, which is renowned for its flora and fauna and wildlife. When you visit this area, you can see zebras, gazelles, giraffes, elephants, leopards and many other animals. in their natural surroundings.
For those who enjoy golfing holidays, a safari to Namibia is the perfect place for you to go on your golf holiday. Not only do you get to experience some of the best courses in Africa but you will also get to learn more about the flora and fauna of the area, and you will be able to enjoy some amazing African hospitality when you come back from your safari holiday.
There are many more areas of interest to choose from when you are planning your holidays to Namibia. With the right guide and knowledge, you will have the chance to explore the country in greater detail, and find your perfect holiday.
As you explore this beautiful country, you will see a new side of it. You will also learn about the history of the area and learn about the life of the people that have lived there for thousands of years.