Namibia is a dry, rocky land full of differences; nevertheless, it is captivating and very accessible. Being one of the most uninhabited countries in the world, it’s definitely the worst place to get lost in the crowd. It is, however, a compelling site for people who love nature, splendid sand dunes, theatrical landscapes, and the best view of wildlife who will do well to enjoy the Namibia safari.
This large rocky country has four major regions: the Northern region containing the world’s famous Etosha National Park, the Central region where the capital city Windhoek is found, the Namib region which houses the Skeleton Coast, Swakopmund and Walvis Bay and the Southern region which has the Sossusvlei and Naukluft Mountains. Namibia is the best place for aspiring photographers and those who love nature.
Windhoek is a distinct city with an evolving culture and is the capital of Namibia and at the same time its largest city. Here you can find natural plants and museums. Windhoek is a good place to tour by trekking around, and it also gives you the best day trip all over Namibia.