Are you thinking of visiting Namibia? Yes, but it's a long way away and you've got a zillion questions running round your brain. No worries - the Evaneos.com editorial team is passionate about Namibia and has put together a practical guide that will answer all of your questions. For example, when planning to explore Namibia, you'll want to know what paperwor...Are you thinking of visiting Namibia? Yes, but it's a long way away and you've got a zillion questions running round your brain. No worries - the Evaneos.com editorial team is passionate about Namibia and has put together a practical guide that will answer all of your questions. For example, when planning to explore Namibia, you'll want to know what paperwork needs to be done, what the health risks are (or not) when taking a holiday in Namibia, what the local currency in Namibia is and ideas of the cost of living... you'll find answers to all of these. And, of course, you'll find out the best places to visit during your trip to Namibia including areas that are well off the beaten track... So don't look any further, the practical guide to Nambia is crammed with useful tips, both logistical and cultural - everything you need to know in one place.Continue reading
Here are just some of the natural wonders you'll get to see during a tour of Namibia ... Firstly, there's the Etosha Park, one of the largest game reserves in the world. This is a must for lovers of African wildlife: over 100 species of mammals and 340 species of birds spread across an area covering 22,000 square kilometres ... Further south is the Namib Desert, one of the oldest deserts in the world! Although it's one desert, its landscape is incredibly varied, with huge dunes and contrasting colours. Then there's Sossusvlei, a huge salt bed left by a lake once formed by River Tsauchab. It's surroundeded by some of the highest dunes in the world. Hiking up these sandy mountains is an unforgettable experience... A few kilometres away is the site of Deadvlei - a cemetary of trees, charred and blackened by the scorching Namibian sun over 900 years ago. Their burnt branches resemble outstretched arms reaching up towards the sky. Deadvlei is otherworldly, a place where trees no longer grow, where water no longer flows and the only sound of life is the wind whispering as it brushes the surrounding dunes. Another of the country's famous sites: Fish River Canyon. 168km long and 450-550m deep, depending where you are, the canyon is one of the largest in the world. It's home to some amazing wildlife: wild horses, zebras, kudus, leopards, baboons and springbok. Here, as with the rest of the country, Namibia's splendour is yearning to be explored...
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