Namibia is a great unknown for most travelers, but it’s a country with great potential. A place of contrasts where you will find the Namibian Desert, the oldest desert in the world which reaches the shores of the Atlantic Ocean.
One of the things that will surprise travelers are the German colonial footprints left in most of Namibia cities. Swakopmund, Luderitz and Windhoek, are German colonial cities to name a few.
Windhoek is situated in the center of Namibia. It’s also the hub of trade and the starting point of main travel routes. As you stroll through its bustling streets, you will appreciate the multiracial identity that dominates the country.
During your trip through Namibia you can see the “Skeleton Coast” an area of sand dunes linked to stories of shipwrecks. Etosha National Park, the perfect place to enjoy wildlife is combined with a variety of breathtaking landscapes.
In the central region, Damarlanda, you will discover cave paintings of the indigenous Bushmen.
In Kaokoland you can learn about the customs of the semi nomads Himba and visit the whaling town Walvisbay, one of the most important wetlands in Africa.