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A stirring desert realm with dramatic landscapes ranging from otherworldly sand dunes and glorious mountains to shimmering salt pans, wetlands and endless grass plains.


Namibia is a vibrant and diverse country with its history reflecting in its sand, cities, architecture, cuisine and the people. It is home to at least 11 major ethnic groups including the San people, the Owambo, Herero, Kavango, Tswana, Himba, Caprivians, Nama, Damara and the Coloured people. English is the official language, but the country’s diverse population speaks a variety of languages, from Bantu to Khoisan and Afrikaans.

Namibia Culture

Country Information

  • Capital city
  • Nationality
  • Language
  • Climate
  • Currency
  • Time Zone
  • Calling Code
  • Windhoek
  • Namibian(s)
  • English
  • Sub-Tropical
  • Namibia Dollar (NAD), South African Rand (ZAR)
  • UTC+2
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Explore Namibia

Skeleton Coast

The Skeleton Coast is located at the northern part of the Atlantic coast of Namibia. It got its name for being the largest ship cemetery in the world. Occasionally a tourist attraction for its beautifully haunting scenes, the natives of the area call it “The land God made in anger.”


Namibia holds the largest Cheetah conservation in the world. This endangered animal faces many threats from poachers and human conflicts from farmers. The government of Namibia is putting all its efforts into preserving the majestic animal by providing a healthy and safe environment.

Fish River Canyon

The Fish River Canyon is the largest Canyon in Africa. It resides in the south of Namibia and is the second biggest tourist attraction. The river is usually a dry pool throughout the year except in summer when it gets flooded. The Canyon has a hiking trail, making it a great outdoor activity site with amazing scenery.


Sossusvlei which is a salt and clay pan created by the Tsauchab river, is situated in what is considered the oldest desert in the world, the Namib Desert. Sossusvlei, surrounded with high red dunes and Rocky Mountains is one of Namibia’s major tourist attractions.

Naukluft Mountains

The Naukluft Mountains are a spectacle considering their beauty and history. The mountains which are divided between private farms and The Namib-Naukluft National Park were once occupied by early stone-age inhabitants due to an abundance of water, now however, the only wildlife on the mountains are the mountain zebras and leopards.

High Dunes of Namib

Namibia is known for many exciting places, but most mentioned is the high dunes of the Namib Desert. The beautiful red dunes can go as high as 383 meters and because of its enormous sizes, the locals have named a few. The most famously climbed would be 'Big daddy' which is a dune reaching a whopping 325 meters!

Gibeon meteorites

Since it was first discovered in 1836, more than 25 tons of Gibeon meteorites have been recovered in Namibia. They are mostly composed of iron, nickel and small amounts of cobalt. Until recent years, most meteorites that were recovered weighed between 90 and 500kgs. One of the largest masses ever found weighed over 635kg!

Nightlife in Windhoek

The capital city of Windhoek is a quite fascinating and compact place, making it easy for tourists, expats and locals to do their usual bar hopping. Whether into a relaxing ambiance of beer and wine or a crazy memorable outing, Windhoek nightlife accommodates to both.

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