One of the biggest attractions of Namibia is the Etosha National Park. For many travellers, it is even the main reason to visit the country! The park is almost half the size of our home country the Netherlands, so you can imagine that there is an endless amount of wildlife.
We already wrote an extensive blog about visiting the Sossusvlei. An extensive description of the many highlights in the national park, the pros and cons of the different sleeping places and a description of the route through the Sossusvlei. But are you just looking for the best tips? Then read
On your travel route from Swakopmund to Sossusvlei you will probably drive through the beautiful Namib Park. Do not just drive through it, but take one or two days to explore this park and camp at one of the beautiful basic camping spots. In a rugged desert landscape you will
In the north of Namibia you will find one of the country’s major highlights: Etosha National Park. We decided to fully enjoy this highlight and to spend here four days and three nights. We should be able to spot elephants or a lion during those days, don’t you think? We
Sossusvlei? Check! Etosha? Check! The Fish River Canyon? These places are usually included in a travel itinerary for Namibia. But which places should you visit during your trip besides these big highlights? These are the six most beautiful off the beaten track places in the country. #1 The Brukkaros vulcano
When we were preparing our Namibia trip, we thought about practical things like our itinerary and renting a car with rooftop tent, but some things you can’t prepare for . The warm culture and high level of development in Namibia have surprised us in a very good way. We made
A prosperous town in the middle of the desert that was abandoned overnight. A German town to be exact. In a Namibian desert. The town is now slowly disappearing among the sand dunes of the desert. A unique and spooky place! Fortunately Kolmanskop is nowadays a museum and therefore open
Lüderitz is the much less visited little brother of the coastal city of Swakopmund. Just like big brother Swakopmund, Lüderitz has a lot of German architecture, street names and bratwurst. But only to be found here, are the bizarre ghost town of Kolmanskop and the beautiful peninsula! Lüderitz is located
One of the greatest sights in southern Namibia is the Fish River Canyon, an impressive snake-like canyon in the vast Namibian landscape. Of course, the Fish River Canyon is much visited, but not touristy. The most famous viewpoint is perhaps a bit crowded in high season, but in other places
Skeleton Coast, does that sound impressive? Well, it is! This rugged coastal strip in the north of Namibia is named after the many ships that have stranded on the cliffs over the centuries. If the crew already survived shipwreck, chances were high that they wouln’t survive this rugged area anyways.