Namibia, with its stunning backdrop of expansive desert terrain, is home to hundreds of different wildlife species, conjuring up all the stereotypical images of Africa: lions basking in the sunlight, and animals crowded around the watering hole. While other parts of Africa have been blessed with the same desert landscape and exotic wildlife, Namibia is one of the least populated nations, making its massive expanses of photogenic landscape seem all the more vast and impressive.
Namibia’s average of 300 days of yearly sunshine, is ideal for planning walking trips among the animals and in the foothills, or for relaxing by the coast, hunting in the game parks or exploring the Namib Desert looking for prehistoric fossils. And as a break from the heat and harsh sunlight, many visitors take in the relics of German colonization; the Germanic churches and government buildings allow a unique glimpse into Namibia’s history and the era of colonialism.
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Ten days exploring Namibia and it's natural beauty.
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