User Reviews – Namibia
We have visited many African countries but Namibia is the most elemental - the deserts and dunes are just stunning.
20-35 years of age
Abundant wildlife and feeling like civilization hasn't really hit this country yet are the two things that I love about Namibia and was glad I was able to spend a part of my life (7 months) living in Opuwo. Go to Opuwo.
Email pjrinkel | 20-35 years of age
The wildlife was superb! The landscape and scenery as well.
20-35 years of age
An incredible country, one of my favourite destinations in the world.
35-50 years of age
Namibia - beautiful, safe, packed with wildlife.
In October, 2010 my wife and I traveled through Namibia with Rockjumper Tours on a wildlife watching expedition. This was our first trip to Africa and everything, from seeing hundreds of new birds to close encounters with lions and elephants, was great. We highly recommend this destination, especially if you are considering a first trip to Africa. Our tour company (Rockjumper) was super professional and our guide (Markus Lilje) fantastic.
Some pictures from our trip are available here:
A full report on the expedition is here:
The landscape is spectacular!
This is the only place on earth where I had chills in front of the stunning landscape.
Namibias nature is beautiful, versalite, unspoiled & original
The wilflife and sceneries in Namibia are simply stunning. We rented a 4x4 vehicle with roof tops and travelled from campsite to campsite which were mostly near the national parks. Another option to book lodges there. Our small camp/lodge resorts were very charming and comfortable and could all be booked in advance online.
There is a supermarket offering all main European consumers goods in each village.
Visiting the etosha national park in the dry period makes sense, as there are only a couple of waterholes left and the animals are more concentrated.
Email Jofie Lamprecht | 20-35 years of age
Namibia has a diversity making it unique in Africa and indeed the World. From the World's oldest desert to sub-tropical climates in the Zambezi Region - all brimming with diverse wildlife.
It is an amazing place, so varied in it's landscape.
Namibia is one of my all time favorite countries. The wildlife is spectacular, and the views and nature are simply breathtaking. During December it´s dry and hot, but you´ll feel alone as the tourists are a lot fewer than during the months of May to August. Food wise we loved it as we travelled with a guide and he cooked really good food. We travelled in a small group of five in a huge truck with the South-African company Drifters. Highlights were the desert, Swakopmund, Caprivi and Etosha National Park.