Situated along the southwestern coast of the African continent, Namibia is truly a remarkable contrast. With a land surface four times the size of Great Britain, it is one of the most sparsely populated countries in Africa, with an estimated populationof about 2.2 million people. The north-central part of the country is the most densely populated area with an average population density of 26 people per square kilometre, more than ten times the national average.
The small population is largely due to the fact that Namibia is the most arid country south of the Sahara. Namibia is a country of clear blue skies and pleasant warm climate.
The country’s landscape is an ever changing kaleidoscope – changing from the Namib dunes along the coastline in thewest, to teak woodlands and waterways in the northeast. Namibia has two dersets thatinclude the Namib Desert in the west and the Kalahari Desert in the east.
Explore Sossusvlei with Vulkan Ruine Tours, where the apricot dunes rise 1000m high and the night sky sparkles with stars, comets and satellites.
Fish River Canyon
Enjoy the magnificent Fish River Canyon, the natural phenomenon of the second largest of its kind on earth, with its awesome splendour and adapted fauna and flora with Vulkan Ruine Tours.
Etosha National Park
Visit Etosha National Park which, at one time was the largest game reserve in the world, but has been reduced to its present size of 22.270 square kilometres. However, it is still classified as one of the largest reserves in Africa.
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