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Namibia Tourism Walking northern Namibia, travelers can discover the natural wealth of the country, the Namibian desert enigmas and most genuine villages of Africa. Etosha National Park is one of the most desirable places on the continent for wildlife observation, made by giraffes, lions and zebras. By nightfall, with a bit of luck, we will sight a few meters rhino or elephant herds. Bogged boats, a thick fog and miles of desert make the Skeleton Coast one of the most inhospitable places on earth.

After crossing the coast reach one of the favorite destinations for travelers Namibia Germans, Swakopmund. But this route would not be complete without visiting the most authentic villages Namibia, such as the Himba and Damara communities. Living with them, sharing their customs and traditions, is an unforgettable experience for travelers visiting this country. The good infrastructures allow road travel safely and quickly, as most of the roads are paved. Those that are not, since they are gravel, are in good condition.

It's best to rent a car to get to Windhoek, the capital, in one of the many specialized agencies of the city. For travelling these tourist places of Namibia, hire a car from Visit Website. Ideally you also have a camper, allowing us to reduce the costs of accommodation and will give us the ability to add a touch of adventure to our trip. This also will have a greater chance of living with the communities in the area. In all destinations, including the most popular, there is the option of camping at prices significantly cheaper than the usual African lodges.

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