Namibia

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Photos of Kaokoland

Photos of Kaokoland which lies in the NW corner of Namibia’s Kunene Region. Today it remains the most “untouched” and remote part of the country, much of it still only accessible by 4×4 on hardcore tracks – not for the faint-hearted! Puros is particularly well-known for its desert elephants which are commonly to be found […]

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Photos of Brandberg

Photos of Brandberg, it is Namibia’s highest mountain. Brandberg Mountain is located in Damaraland, in the northwestern Namib Desert, near the coast, and covers an area of approximately 650 km². The name Brandberg is Afrikaans, Dutch and German for Fire Mountain, which comes from its glowing color which is sometimes seen in the setting sun.

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Photos of Skeleton Coast

Photos of Skeleton Coast, Namibia’s wildest desert is one of the finest and most unusual coastal wildernesses in the world. Driving in the Park is forbidden although there is a hidden way, it’s not a road and not even a track but it worths doing it.

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Photos of Swakopmund

Photos of Swakopmund, known as Swakop in Namibia is the country’s biggest coastal town and a mecca for Namibians on holiday. The city’s German origins are quite pronounced in beautiful old German Colonial buildings throughout the city, making an even starker contrast for this town sitting at the edge of the Namib Desert.

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Photos of Sossusvlei

Photos of Sossusvlei, a salt and clay pan surrounded by the worlds highest dunes, located in the southern part of the Namib Desert, in the Namib-Naukluft National Park of Namibia. Sossusvlei is a common tourist destination in the southern part of the Namib Desert.

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Photos of Quiver Tree Forest

Photos of Quiver Tree Forest, a forest and a well-known tourist attraction of southern Namibia. It is located about 14 km north of Keetmanshoop, on the road to Koës, in the Gariganus farm. It comprises about 250 specimens of Aloe dichotoma, a species of aloe that is also locally known as “quiver tree” because bushmen […]

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