Namibia, a country in southwest Africa, is distinguished by the Namib Desert along its Atlantic Ocean coast. The country is home to diverse wildlife, including a significant cheetah population. The capital, Windhoek, and coastal town Swakopmund contain German colonial-era buildings such as Windhoek s Christuskirche, built in 1907. In the north, Etosha National Park’s salt pan draws game including rhinos and giraffes.
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Namibia travel – Lonely Planet

“Explore Namibia holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | If Namibia is 'Africa for beginners', as is often said, what a wonderful place to start.”
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What's it Like to Travel in Namibia? – Never Ending Footsteps

“8 May 2017 Not only is Namibia safe and easy to travel through, but it also has just as much to offer as other countries in sub-Saharan Africa. … You can hit up the Namibian Desert for sand dune climbing at sunrise. There are beaches and coastlines full of shipwrecks to explore.”
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Namibia: Trip of a Lifetime – Telegraph – The Telegraph

“15 May 2014 Add to all this efficient infrastructure and you have a recipe for invigorating, trouble-free travels. But where to start? Namibia is so vast and wild – bigger than France, with a population of just 2 million – it's impossible to do it justice in a single trip. Topographically it varies from the dunescapes of the Namib …”
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Namibia – Wikitravel

Namibia is similar to South Africa, and if you're used to travelling in one country, travelling in the other country is quite easy. There are some subtle differences. For example, in South Africa a non-white person may choose to speak English rather than Afrikaans (as a political choice) whereas among Namibia's mixed-race …”
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How to Travel Around Namibia on a Budget – Nomadic Matt

“8 Jun 2017 Prices vary according to the distance traveled: a bus from Windhoek to Livingstone, Zambia, costs roughly $50 USD depending on the exchange rate, while a bus to Springbok, South Africa, from Windhoek costs $31 USD. This is the most popular form of traveling in Namibia.”
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Everything You Need to Know Before Traveling to Namibia

“18 Feb 2016 There are so many things I wish I had known before traveling to Namibia! Is it doable to do a road trip in Namibia? How are the road conditions in Namibia and why do some people say that you cannot do a self-drive tour? Should we start our trip with Etosha or should we end there? Do I need closed shoes …”
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Namibia Tourism Board: Travel Namibia

“the Namibian Tourism board is the Official travel and hospitality governing body of namibia.”
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Namibia Travel Connection: Namibia Safari & Tours

“We are a Namibian tour operator offering a number of safaris and tours within Namibia and bordering countries. Contact us to plan your ideal adventure!”
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Namibia travel advice. Travel like a local in Namibia

Namibia travel advice. Honest & easy to read Namibia travel advice on how to travel like a local from Namibia experts and travellers.”
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Namibia travel advice – GOV.UK

“Latest travel advice for Namibia including safety and security, entry requirements, travel warnings and health.”
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