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sossuslvei
SOSSUSLVEI AND NAMIRAND

Red dunes
Famous for having the highest sand dunes in the world, Sossusvlei’s beauty is ever-changing as the winds constantly reshape and reform the sandy environment. This is one of Africa’s largest parks and incorporates the dunes, river courses and mountains of the Namib desert, said to be the world's oldest. In the northern gravel plains of the park, to the south of Swakopmund, the strange and ancient welwitschia mirabilis plants are found.
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Desert Elephant
DAMARALAND AND KAOKOLAND

Northern of Namibia
Situated on the northern face of the Huab River valley and looking south towards the imposing Brandberg Mountains. A fantastic self-drive destination, the region is famous for its unique landscapes, incredible sunsets and remarkable desert elephants that have adapted to life in the harsh desert conditions.
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caprivi
CAPRIVI - KUNENE
Zambezi Region
Northern - East of Namibia
The Caprivi is a particularly unique strip of Namibia. It is located at the convergence of four rivers – the Kwando, Linyanti, Chobe and Zambezi. The result is a lush, verdant paradise unlike anywhere else in Namibia. The floodplains draw a wealth of wildlife, and river cruises, bush walks and tiger fishing are amongst the most popular activities available.
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etosha
ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK

Northen - West of Namibia
Etosha National Park is sometimes known is dominated by a huge salt pan which is part of the Kalahari Basin, the floor of which was formed around 1000 million years ago. Is known to be one of the best game reserves in Africa for observing a diverse range of animal and bird life. Game viewing in Etosha is excellent, as wildlife is forced to congregate around the park's water holes for much of the year and there is little vegetation to obstruct one's view.
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canyon
FISH RIVER CANYON

South of Namibia
The south of Namibia is a vast, arid region that is sparsely populated with some superb desert scenery. On your way from Windhoek to the Fish River Canyon you may want to stop over at a game ranch to experience the red sand dunes and wildlife of the Kalahari and, near Keetmanshoop, a dense stand of aloes known as the Quiver Tree Forest is a popular attraction. On the west coast is the town of Luderitz, built on the diamond trade and still an important port for the mining and fishing industries. Close by is Kolmanskop, an abandoned mining town from the diamond boom of the early twentieth century.
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swakop
SWAKOPMUND

West - Coast of Namibia
Swakopmund was originally founded as the main harbor for German South-West Africa. Lying between the popular regions of Sossusvlei to the south and Damarland to the north, Swakopmund is the perfect place to stop off between the two. On the edge of the wild Atlantic Ocean and surrounded by the Namib desert, Swakopmund is a charming coastal town full of German colonial history and buildings with much to see and do. The town is relatively small and a stroll around its streets enjoying the splendidly preserved colonial architecture, museums and art galleries is a pleasant way to explore.
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swakop
SKELETON COAST

South - West of Namibia
The Skeleton Coast, which extends north of Swakopmund all the way to the Angola border, is a vast, desolate stretch of coastline where the Atlantic meets the desert. Many of the shipwrecks that gave the area its name are eroding and disappearing due to the relentless action of the wind and waves but the sense of wilderness remains. Self drivers can access the southern section of the coast including the cape fur seal colony of the Cape Cross but to explore the more remote northern stretches and inland desert take a fly in safari with Skeleton Coast Safaris or stay at Wilderness Safaris’ Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp.
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windhoek
WINDHOEK AND CENTRAL

Center - Capital of Namibia
Windhoek, Namibia's capital city, is situated in the middle of the country and, for a capital city, it is relatively small and quiet with a interesting mix of Africa and Europe. As the main gateway for Namibia, most travellers will visit Windhoek at the start or end of their trip, usually just for an overnight stay before moving on the next day. For those who have a little time here there are a number of interesting museums and art galleries to visit and examples of German colonial architecture including Christus Kirche, an early twentieth century Lutheran Church with stained glass windows donated by Kaiser Wilhelm II and the Old Fort - Alte Feste - is now is part of the National Musuem.
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