Namibia has vast dry lands, barren coastlines but a top destination to sightsee conservative wildlife, landscapes and enormous rough land. Namibia gained independence in 1990 after being annexed as a province of South Africa and formerly colonized by Germany. In central Namibia is Windhoek, the largest city and the capital of the country with a population of about 322,500 but the country is steadily growing.
Namibia enjoys a high level of stability and peace compared to many other African countries. The country depends majorly on agriculture for livelihood and has preserved its wildlife which is a major point of tourist attraction. English, German and seven other languages are spoken in Namibia.
Best hotels in Namibia
Moving around in Namibia can be through air, road and railway. The road networking are good but many are untarred. There are several top hotels and lodges in Namibia to accommodate tourists. If you are looking for comfortable and luxury hotels in Namibia, Jumia Travel has got you covered. There are several luxury hotels in Windhoek, Mariental and Swakopmund. Some of the hotels include Melrile Guesthouse And Tours, Villa Moringa Guesthouse, Napwu Boathouse Guesthouse and Zebra Kalahari among others. Lapa Lange Game Lodge and Wolwedans Dunes Lodge are also some of the luxury lodges in Namibia. Camping Namibia is also another accommodation option. You can camp at Hoada Luxury Campsite or at Wolwedans Dunes Camp.
Cheap hotels in Namibia
If you are working on a tight budget, there are hotels in Namibia for you too. Some of the budget hotels in Namibia include African Calabash B & B,
Best Tourist attraction
For spectacle of vast landscape and sand dunes, Namib Desert is the choice destination. Sossusvlei red sand dunes are a delight for photographers, especially as the colour changes with sunset and sunrise. Be sure to waddle through the mass desert of Kolmanskop, looking through the deserted town where diamond was found in 1908. Twyfelfontein in the north-western part of Namibia offers rock engravings which is the largest in Africa. The craving dates back to the time of Bushmen.
Notable attraction points of Namibia are the Fish River Canyon Park, Kalahari Desert, Etosha National Park, and Namib Desert. Wildlife free roaming is huge in Namibia as the government made policies to conserve wildlife. Some of the other fun activities to engage in Namibia include hiking, quad biking and birdwatching. Camping in Namibia is another popular activity which can be done in the national parks or in Sossusvlei.