Namibia is located in the southwest of Africa, bordered by South Africa in the south, Angola in the north, the Atlantic Ocean in the west and Botswana in the east, with a land area of 824,269 square kilometers, a population of about 3 million and a coastline of 1,600 kilometers.
There are ancient deserts, red sand dunes, and ancient plant fossils. It is a desert habitat for elephants, rhinoceroses, lions, giraffes and other animals. Not only does the world's most drought-resistant plant grow here, but also the mysterious and ancient people are still preserved.
- Namibia attractions recommended:
Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, is known as the cleanest garden capital in Africa, with the European charm of the Christian church with rounded arches and the Germanic style castles, and the rich continental style in the flower cluster.
There are large supermarket complexes, star hotels, and many local mansion communities ...... Of course, you may encounter homeless people who ask for your belongings, so it is necessary to avoid traveling alone at night and keep an eye on your belongings.
2、Sossusvlei Red Desert
The oldest red desert on earth was formed tens of millions of years ago, with the world's highest sand dunes, brilliantly colored deserts, and the unrealistic Valley of Death. You can bring your own tent, sleep in your car, or pay a little more to stay in a camp hotel with beds and water.
In addition to see the sunrise and sunset places are far apart, see the sunset location near the entrance of the scenic camp, is not beautiful, is not recommended to go, see the sunrise dunes need to get up early to start, but also need to climb up a very high dune, be prepared for the heart.
There is a white desert between the Namib Desert and the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, and this stretch of coastline is jokingly called the "Skeleton Coast" by the Portuguese crew. Under the sunlight, it is exceptionally desolate yet full of fantastical beauty.
4、Etosha National Park
In Etosha National Zoo, the primitive and rustic natural ecology is bleak and magnificent, and flocks of rare and exotic animals are relaxed and at ease. In such a primitive and wild environment, you will feel the magic and magic of nature, especially the children will be an eye-opener and have an important educational significance in raising awareness of wildlife and conservation.
5、Red Mud Tribe Villages
The Simba tribe is the last people in Africa to maintain a primitive ecology, covered with red skin glowing in the sun, strange attire dressing, topless. Some tribes are gradually becoming commercialized, you need to pay for taking photos and will also sell you souvenirs. My advice is that you must be prepared, the primitive appearance does not mean that the ideology is still backward and simple, it is not recommended to give local children sweets and gifts for no reason.
Decadent Fontainebleau is located in Damaraland in northwest Namibia. It is this relatively closed semi-desert area nurtured the entire southern Africa, more than 2,000 open-air rock carving murals scattered in the brick-red canyon is the world's most spectacular rock carving mural site.
7、Arrow Bag Tree Camp
The arrow bag tree is an extremely drought-resistant plant in the desert Gobi. The most beautiful time is dusk and early morning, and the night is full of stars, which is an excellent place to shoot the starry sky.
- Namibia travel precautions:
1, sun protection, the sun is hot here, be sure to do a good job of sun protection and summer hydration.
2, Namibia water shortage, camping in the desert Gobi, remember to save water, do not waste water.
3、Try to choose a camping site managed by someone to avoid encountering wild animals and other dangers at night.
4、Basically, Namibia is a two-lane road with vehicles driving on the left, so do not violate the rules.
5、Many desert and Gobi roads in Namibia are dusty and full of switchbacks, so it is best to have a guide, and many dirt roads are prone to accidents.
6、In the city, take care of your property and do not act alone at night.
7、Obey local laws, respect local people, and protect wild animals.