Namibia is a country of contrasting landscapes and stark natural beauty with a diversity of people and cultures. From game-packed parks to the silence and spectacle of the desert, this incredible country awaits travellers of kinds. Namibia is world famous for the highest dunes in the world at Sossusvlei and for the Etosha National Park, one of world’s greatest conservation areas.
Namibia has a rather large diverse and rich cultural heritage for a country with a small population. The most famous being the nomadic Ova-Himba found in the north west of the country bordering on the Skelton Coast. The principal groups are the Ovambo, Kavango, Herero, Himba, Damara, mixed-race (Coloured and Rehoboth Baster), White Namibians (Afrikaner, German, Swedish, British, and Portuguese), Nama, Caprivian (Lozi), San, and Tswana.
Desert Adapted Wildlife
Namibia is home to the largest free roaming populations of both cheetah and black rhino in the world along with desert adapted species like the Desert Lions, Desert Adapted Elephant and Desert dwelling Angolan Giraffe. Namibia’s parks and reserves range from the open bush of the centre and the north where wildlife is relatively plentiful, to the barren and inhospitable coastal strip with its huge sand dunes. The three main tourist attractions for wildlife in Namibia are Etosha National Park, Waterberg National Park and Cape Cross Seal Reserve.
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