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What You Should Know More About Namibia

  • Q. Travel Advice

    • Do not get involved in fights or brawls with anyone.

    • Do respect the local cultures and traditions.

    • Do not get indulged in drugs of any form.

    • Make sure you do not travel alone in the night.

    • Girls please ensure that you do not get over friendly with someone you barely know.

    • Do not eat street food without checking the quality.

    • Make sure you drink only bottled mineral water.

    • Check for the seal before you buy a water bottle.

    • Do not buy a bottle from the brand you do not know.

    • Before going to a restaurant, make sure you research well about the applicable dress code and dress accordingly.

    • Learn a few words from the local language of the region. It can be a good way to communicate with the locals and understand the local traditions and cultures.

    • Always book a hotel in an area that is centrally located.

    • Avoid staying in any shady area.

    • Keep the vendors at bay.

    • Do not entertain the touts.

    • Do not entertain the beggars.

    • Always carry with you at least one proof of your identity at all times.

    • Do not leave your passport in the hotel room.

    • Book a room in the hotel that has a room safe.

  • Q. Drinking Law

    There are no strict laws in Namibia on alcohol consumption.

  • Q. Our Recommendations: What you can't afford to miss?


    If you are in search for amazing tourist places in Namibia, then do pay a visit to Kolmanskop. It is a well-known ghost town situated in the Namibian desert. Tourists can reach this destination by covering few kilometres inland from the port site of Lüderitz. This town used to be a prime dwelling for Germans, who settled in 1908 after a diamond was found in the vicinity. The residents built Kolmanskop as a classic German architectural town, with the availability of several institutions such as a school, hospital, casino and a ballroom. Moreover, the first tram service in Africa was established in this region. With the deterioration of the diamond-fields, the town was quickly abandoned and left alone by the year 1954. Tourists prefer visiting this area so as to explore the various houses surrounded in a sandy setup.

    The Skeleton Coast

    The Skeleton Coast is an attractive sightseeing spot located in the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean coast of Namibia. In the past, mighty storms, dense fogs and high tides have caused many ships stranded along the Skeleton Coast. This coastline is currently known as the world’s biggest ship graveyard. Tourists visit this area for checking out the hostile coastal desert. One can even locate the coast situated on the north of Terrace Bay that is full of highly elevated sand dunes. This is indeed the most amusing stretch of the Skeleton Coast.

    Caprivi Strip

    Among the top places to see in Namibia, the Caprivi Strip is surely an interesting destination to tour. It is basically a narrow strip of land lying between Botswana on the south with Angola and Zambia to the north. This area is known to be the wettest region in the whole of Namibia. Heavy rainfall along with the presence of major rivers like the Kwando, Okavango and Zambezi makes the Caprivi a sustainable ground for various animals, including a huge population of elephants. There are four different reserves along the strip which preserves a variety of animals. You can visit this exclusive destination by accessing private tours.


    The Spitzkoppe is a group of polished granite peaks located in the Namib Desert. These peaks are also nicknamed as the “Matterhorn of Namibia”. The highest peak ranges up to a height of 700 meter (2,300 ft) above the horizontal desert floor. These granite structures were formed nearly 100 million years ago, which makes them quite fascinating. Travellers can explore the numerous bizarre rock formations along with different San (Bushman) paintings spread out in various parts of Spitzkoppe. Every year a large number of travellers flock to examine this impressive sightseeing location in huge numbers.

    Cape Cross

    In order to reach Cape Cross, tourists have to travel 120 km north of Swakopmund. This place is home to one of the largest Cape Fur Seal colonies found all across the world. In 1968, the surrounding region was declared as a reserve to protect the biggest and popular 23 colonies of seals which dwell across the coast of Namibia and South Africa. Tourists must visit Cape Cross during the month of November / December as it is counted as the breeding season. You will get to see as many as 150,000 seals in this region that is indeed a unique site. Do mark this location in your list of famous resorts in Namibia.

    Fish River Canyon

    The Fish River Canyon situated in southern Namibia is quite similar to the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Tourists prefer visiting this area due to its magnificent scenery and breath-taking views. You can access an adventure-filled tour to the canyon which features an enormous ravine that is 160km (100 miles) long and up to 27 km wide. Moreover, the depth is 550 meters which is truly mind boggling. Do hire a guide for exploring the true beauty of the Fish River Canyon.

    Etosha National Park

    The Etosha National Park is located in the central sections of the vast Etosha salt pan. The pan usually stays dry and is filled with water only during the summer time. You will love this reserve due to the presence of thousands of flamingos which can be easily spotted from a distance. The wildlife in this park consists of herds of zebra, antelope and wildebeest. These animals are mainly found near the waterholes which border the pan. Etosha also possesses three well established rest camps to stay. Apart from this, the availability of self-drive safaris is quite popular among tourists.


    Do not forget to travel to the north-western parts of Namibia which consists of huge rock engravings famous all across Africa. Twyfelfontein consists of interesting rock carvings which dates back to 6,000 years created by the Bushmen. These carvings were made by cutting through the hard surface of sandstone and usually represent animals such as elephants, rhinoceroses, giraffes and ostriches. You can even spot impressive depictions of human as well as animal footprints. Twyfelfontein is surely on the things-to-do list of every traveler who visits Namibia.


    Sossusvleiis located in the Namib Desert and is a vast clay pan surrounded by massive red sand dunes. It is a lovely sightseeing region with the presence of Tsauchab River that flows through the desert. The water from the river helps in sustaining the vegetation which grows in the clay soil. Travellers admire the colours of the sand dunes during the time of sunrise and sunset. What more? The colours constantly change making the whole surrounding appear superbly majestic.

  • Q. What you will like there?

    Hot Air Balloon

    There are several activities which the tourists can access in Namibia. Hot air balloons are available for touring over the Namib Desert. You can access the flight at dawn, watching the sun surge over Namib Naukluft National Park. The lovely experience to fly over the dunes is one exquisite feeling which is cherished by travellers. You can click superb pictures from the balloon to capture the amazing landscape below.

    Sand Boarding

    Unlike snowboarding, sandboarding is filled with adventure and excitement which you cannot miss when in Namibia. The perfect place to access this activity is in the region of Swakopmund. Tourists prefer sliding down the dunes on a specially-made piece of hardwood and later enjoying a cold beer to calm the high-hit adrenaline rush.

    Hot springs at Ai-Ais

    After covering a long drive from Swakopmund, tourists visit the Fish River Canyon so as to view the spectacular sunset. Do not miss an opportunity to visit the NWR’s Ai-Ais Camp. The reason being, this camp site has several hot springs which are perfect for relaxing your body in a natural therapeutic way. You can stay here and taste interesting snacks as well as the famous Namibian micro-brewed beer named Camelthorn. 

  • Q. Recommended reads for destination (govt. websites, travel forum articles)?

    Website: official website

    Forum: Official forum