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Namibia

Namibia unwrapped

Namibia unwrapped

An insider’s overview from the experts at Steppes Travel Why Visit? Namibia is an exciting place to visit: it is wild and inaccessible and, despite being the size of Spain and Germany combined, it has a population of just...

Treasures of the Namib

Treasures of the Namib

The Namib Desert harbours some extraordinary creatures that have developed fascinating adaptations to cope with the challenges of desert life. We give you seven to look out for Desert lion Probably the single biggest difference between the desert lion...

Another Namibia

Another Namibia

This southern African country usually conjures up images of arid deserts, so a visit to its Zambezi Region will come as a surprise. Here, at the junction of the Zambezi and Chobe rivers, lies a watery wonderland — with...

Must-do Windhoek

Must-do Windhoek

Wondering what to do in Namibia’s capital? Follow Margo Bishop’s top tips and you’ll be set for a fun few days... What to do:  A city and township tour offers insight to Namibia’s chequered past, from the pre-colonial era...

Times are a-changin’

Times are a-changin’

Tony Park encountered members of the Himba tribe on a rafting adventure along the Kunene River. Here, he reflects on these people’s way of life, survival skills, beliefs and how they are coping in a modern world Water. You...

Going it alone

Going it alone

Andrew St Pierre White tells us why Namibia is such a brilliant place for a road trip, regardless of your past experience — and how you can make the most of it It’s Etosha National Park in December. A...

Sands of time

Sands of time

This portfolio of captivating images explores the mystical ghost town of Kolmanskop, displaying it from every angle. This haunting place, half-buried in the Namib Desert, offers a singular glimpse into colonial times and demonstrates the supreme power that nature...

Desert bounty

Desert bounty

Julie Edwards is spellbound by the macro- and micro-fauna of the Namib Desert, a photographer’s dream We had three choices: the gorgeous Skeleton Coast, the iconic Etosha National Park or the Namib Desert. For us, lovers of deserts of...

16 Namibian adventures

16 Namibian adventures

There’s more than one way to enjoy all that Namibia has to offer, so why not transform your trip from a run-of-the-mill holiday into an unforgettable adventure? By Lizzie Williams. 1 Skydiving Skydiving with Ground Rush Adventures (www.skydiveswakopmund.com.na) is...

Namibia – what to pack

Namibia – what to pack

From camera lenses to sunblock, here’s our guide to your suitcase essentials... Photography Kit Namibia is a photographer’s dream – particularly at sunrise and sunset. Always have plenty of film or digital storage with you as you’ll be amazed...

25 Reasons to visit Namibia

25 Reasons to visit Namibia

Happy Birthday Namibia! The country gained its independence from South Africa in 1990, a quarter of a century ago. To celebrate we asked guidebook writer Lizzie Williams to pick her top things to do in a country rich in...

Namibia: Secret stars

Madagascar: A delightfully dirty detour

The Kalahari region of southeast Namibia is home to none of the country’s major tourist hotspots. Its greatest claim to fame used to be a spectacular sandstone masterpiece known as God’s Finger; but this geological anomaly collapsed way back...

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