Namibia :: Central Namibia
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Namibia is a beautiful unspoilt country of extremes. This scarcely populated country (2,1 million people) with its vast open spaces and clear, starry skies is the ideal place for beginners who want to discover the beauty and richness of the African continent.
Located in South-West Africa, Namibia is a gem for those in search of wilderness. It has a great number of national parks, game reserves and conservation areas where a big variation in landscape, vegetation and animals can be seen.
You do not need to stick to these protected areas to experience the beauty of the country. Namibia is the ideal self-drive country. It has a good infrastructure and the people are friendly and welcoming.
Namibia is essentially a desert land with wide horizons crying out for exploration. Because Namibia has so much to offer, you can keep your itinerary flexible and just enjoy your road trip! It has an excellent road network that enables you to reach the varied sights and attractions that are spread all over the country. In remote areas you can drive for days without seeing people, and in some places the awe inspiring beauty of the surreal landscapes will simply give you goose-flesh.
Namibia offers comfortable accommodation, varying from basic campsites to well-equipped and comfortable camps, backpackers, tented camps, guest houses and lodges to the most luxurious hotels. However, if you venture into remote areas, you need to be a self-sufficient camper.
Windhoek is the capital of Namibia. It is the social, economic and cultural centre of the country and incidentally more or less in the middle of the country. It is a modern city, well worth a visit. For more important travel information on Namibia, please consult the Tracks4Africa self-guide travel book, available on our online shop or in selected retail stores.
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